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Tagged Matthew Graham

The Almost People

“Would you like a jelly baby?” In normal circumstances, hearing the Eleventh Doctor utter these oh-so-precious words would give Doctor Who fans a small thrill of delight. At the start of The Almost People, we hear the Fourth Doctor’s voice spoken by the Eleventh Doctor’s doppelganger, and it’s distinctly unnerving. This sets the tone for…

Wenger Gets a Transfer!

Arsenal Doctor Who chief Arsene Piers Wenger is to leave the BBC, it has been announced, in order to take up a new position at Film4. Clearly this is disappointing for the series, as Wenger has been involved in some key purchases projects, such as Doctor Who: The Adventure Games, and oversees Doctor Who Confidential;…

The PodKast’s Flesh

It’s that time of the week again, esteemed Kasterborous readers, where James McLean, Brian A. Terranova and Christian Cawley get together to discuss the week’s happening’s in the PodKast (with a “K”)! Naturally this time around we share our thoughts on The Rebel Flesh as well as speculate on how we think it might conclude…

Avatar, The Thing, & Fear Her

If you watched The Rebel Flesh last Saturday, you may have noticed a very strong connection to James Cameron’s Avatar, with humans plugging themselves into a machine and operating via disposable pre-grown bodies. Writer Matthew Graham (seen here with his Life on Mars stars John Simm and Philip Glenister) recently confirmed that the link to…

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