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Reaction of the Terraphiles

Now that the much-reported Michael Moorcock foray into the Doctor Who world with his novel The Coming of the Terraphiles has been released, it’s to be expected that people have started reading it.  And while people have been reading it, they’ve naturally begun to develop opinions about the book as well.  The people at Den…

Win Doctor Who Live Tickets!

Tickets to one of the Glasgow performances of Doctor Who Live can be won from our friends at www.outpostskaro.com! Doctor Who Live arrives in Glasgow this weekend, and Outpost Skaro have tickets in groups of 4 for the performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Daleks, Cybermen, Weeping Angels, Silurians, Nigel Planer and Nicholas Briggs will…

Immortality Blues

Lucky previewers of The Sarah Jane Adventures story Death of the Doctor at the BFI on Monday were greeted with news that the Doctor is immortal… The episode – which reunites the Doctor with Sarah Jane Smith and Jo Grant (former Third Doctor companion played by Katy Manning) – features a moment in which Clyde…

The Conquest of France

Les French Whovians will soon finally get to see our favourite Time Lord Victorious in The Waters of Mars, or, to be language-specific, La conquête de Mars.  Having taken six years of French in a four-year high school (figure that out) in my younger years, I can personally tell you that “conquête” does not translate…

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