Tagged Russell T Davies

Hardcore Doctor Who fans are learning Circular Gallifreyan!
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Time to Learn Circular Gallifreyan

Written Gallifreyan; an aesthetically pleasing design rather than a coherent language or a bewildering combination of a Noel Harrison song (‘round like a circle in a spiral’) and the family board game Downfall made into a fantastic communication device for those of a geeky persuasion? Whatever your view; the Time Turners of the TARDIS writer…

Doctor Who chief writer Steven Moffat
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Moffat to Accept BAFTA Special Award

With a career in television spanning over 20 years, Steven Moffat’s is a name that only seems to be hitting the mainstream thanks to Doctor Who and Sherlock. Fortunately next weekend’s BAFTA awards ceremony will show viewers that he’s been responsible for some marvellous television for children and adults for a long time. To recognise…

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Lesley Sharp: Not the First Female Doctor

So far we’ve had tabloid conjecture (Dame Helen!), alternate universe counterparts (Arabella Weir!) and Joanna Lumley (non-canonical!) Is it about time we had a female Doctor? Of course rumours are just that, unfounded statements based on conjecture and until an actress gives the best audition (or is even considered for an audition) we’ll never know…

A Slitheen creature from Doctor Who
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PodKast with a Slitheen

This week’s Kasterborous (podKast with a “K”) takes a look at one of the most controversial elements of Doctor Who in recent years: the Slitheen. Brian Terranova and James McLean discuss the Aliens of London/World War Three two parter from way back in 2005, along with Boom Town and the Slitheen’s subsequent appearances in The…

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Targeting Retro Love

Ever wanted to see new episodes of Doctor Who transformed into the style of classic Target novelisation covers? Well want no more as Gallifrey Base forum user Old Type 40 has been busy re-imagining the Russell T. Davies era through theses magnificent covers via the Doctor Who Reprint Society. Like the novels that inspired these…

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