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Reviewed: The Legacy Collection

Shada and More Than Thirty Years In The TARDIS; hardly inspiring contents for a DVD boxset in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary year, right? Well, actually: wrong. When these discs arrived I admit I was underwhelmed at the prospect of sitting through what was left of Shada and the embarrassment of Toyah Wilcox’s Cybermen PVC fetish,…

Shada, the lost Doctor Who adventure by Douglas Adams
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When Shada Was Lost… Again!

Kasterborous contributor Joe Siegler casts his mind back over 25 years to recall the moment he was one of the lucky few to see the only recorded scenes from Shada at an American Doctor Who convention… I used to attend conventions in the Philadelphia area quite frequently in the 80’s. Back then, it would take…

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…

Invasion of E-Space

Coming back to the writing fold this month is Andrew Smith, who last wrote for Doctor Who in the 1980’s with his opening story for the E-Space trilogy, Full Circle. The story was considered fresh and exciting by many fans and sees the beginning of a somewhat epic journey for the Doctor and Romana as…

Doctor Who Companion Poll Results

My my, those good people at Radio Times have been busy recently haven’t they? Not only has the publication created a special edition one off magazine dedicated to the Doctor’s companions over the series entire run, it’s also done a special poll to find out who is, the Ultimate Companion! First things first, the limited…

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