Tagged Gareth Roberts

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The Silurian Gift Presented in 2013

The second Quick Reads book to feature the Eleventh Doctor will be published in February 2013. The Silurian Gift will follow the tradition of the previous six books in using an established enemy of the Doctor, this time featuring the creatures that were reintroduced to the show in 2010’s The Hungry Earth/ Cold Blood. The…

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“The Lodger” Trilogy?

You know from time to time we call it wrong – and back in 2010 we were less than impressed to find that James Corden had been cast in an Earth-bound episode of Doctor Who based on a cartoon strip from DWM. In those days the Gavin and Stacey writer and actor was becoming something…

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Have You Signed Up Yet?

The Kasterborous Newsletter is now into its second month, with an amazing 805 loyal recipients ready to receive our weekly update of news, archive articles, exclusive material and competitions! Over the past 4 weeks, we’ve shared: An interview exclusive: When Anneke Wills Introduced the Beatles to America… A review of Keith Miller’s The Official Doctor…

Tom Baker as the Doctor in Shada
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A PodKast in the Shada

One of the key elements of our Shada month here at Kasterborous is the podKast (with a “K”) in which we discuss the release of the new adaptation by Gareth Roberts, the original abandoned production, the attempts to remount with other Doctors, John Nathan-Turner’s clever use of Tom Baker to narrate it in the mid…

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Grab a Shada Bargain!

Here’s a great way to kick-off our March coverage of Shada: we tell you where to find the book for a ridiculously unmissable low price! Amazingly the hardcover version of Shada – out this week on the 15th – is available for a super low £7.64 – a 55% discount and almost as cheap as…

Shada, the lost Doctor Who adventure by Douglas Adams
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March is Shada Month!

Back in 1979 the Doctor Who team failed to fully produce a serial by Douglas Adams called Shada. As a result of this – caused by repeated industrial action at the BBC – the series ran a few weeks shorter than normal, and most people didn’t notice. However, the people that mattered did notice. Producer…

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