Tagged Neil Gaiman

Totter’s Lane Revisited

It seems fantastically mundane that Doctor Who, a programme that spans galaxies and centuries, began its fantastic voyage in a darkened corner of a London scrapyard, but back in 1963 An Unearthly Child crept alongside a working bobby towards a strangely placed policeman’s box in I. M. Foreman’s yard. But it’s these two elements that…

Doctor Who Magazine 434

Doctor Who Magazine talks exclusively to acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman, who reveals secrets about his script for one of the most eagerly-anticipated Doctor Who adventures ever – The Doctor’s Wife! But who on earth is she…? “If this episode works like it’s meant to work,” Neil tells DWM, “you will go from curiosity, thinking ‘who…

An Ood Presence

That’s right: everyone’s favourite singing man-servants are back to soothsay and do that glowy eye thing for Neil Gaiman’s hotly anticipated episode The Doctor’s Wife – and the storyteller extraordinaire  has been speaking to SFX about them, budgets and just what is lost inside the TARDIS. Giving us a sneak peak of whats in store…

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