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Tagged Radio Times

Daleks Exterminated?

Poor Daleks. They’ve been beaten so many times by the Doctor they’re official the universes wiping boys. So in order to protect their reputation amongst the chattering classes of Sontarans, Zygons and Cybermen (who are particularly catty) Steven Moffat has decided to give them ‘a rest’ for awhile. Speaking to the Radio Times Moffat believes…

WOW! What a Cliffhanger!

So, the Doctor as a Ganger! Who would have guessed that one coming? Other than the many readers of the Daily Mail, that is, who abused their position as a (somehow) top-selling daily newspaper to give away the cliffhanger of The Rebel Flesh! Isn’t it time someone made a stand? The thing is, The Grand…

Who’s on the Radio Times Cover?

This week’s Radio Times which goes on sale today, Tuesday 12th April, has an exclusive preview of the new season of Doctor Who and includes an interview with Matt Smith as well as Steven Moffat’s exclusive episode guide to the thrill-packed new series! Beyond these details we know very little right now, but one thing…

Who Writers in Radio Times

Doctor Who Series 6 writers Toby Whithouse and Mark Gatiss appear in the new edition of the Radio Times this week, discussing TV’s love of horror. More and more new TV series feature a horror element, with the popular ITV series Marchlands recently doing a fine job of capturing the spirit of many older movies…

Isherwood in the Radio Times

In this week’s Radio Times, on sale today (Tuesday, March 15th) you can find out more about the forthcoming drama Christopher and His Kind, which stars Matt Smith, who graces the cover in character as writer Christopher Isherwood. In an interview with Radio Times, Matt Smith compares Christopher Isherwood’s experiences in 1930s Berlin to those…

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