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More Doctor’s Wife Trailers!

Things are about to get crazy (or perhaps that should be “crazier”) in the current series of Doctor Who with The Doctor’s Wife, the much-anticipated episode by Neil Gaiman which guest stars Suranne Jones. We’ve pulled together a collection of trailers that you might not have seen to accompany the gallery we brought you earlier…

The Doctor’s Wife Gallery

Vampires? TARDISes? Or just utter madness from Neil Gaiman? The rumours continue to fly around but The Doctor’s Wife looks utterly compelling, particularly based on the photos below… This week, the Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the…

Yo-No-Oh…!

In the past few days we’ve worried about just what its like to be scared, confused child watching Doctor Who, while simultaneously being reduced to scared, confused children by the events of Day of the Moon – it’s no wonder The Curse of the Black Spot felt like to most critics to be little more…

The Curse of the Black Spot

After the high-octane drama of the trail-blazing opener, Whovians will bring a weight of expectation to the first standalone episode of the series, Pirate’s tale “The Curse of the Black Spot”. The story makes a break from the events of The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon to send the TARDIS, investigating a distress…

New Turn to Amy’s Journey?

There’s a lot happening in Amy Pond’s world right now. From what seems like a lifetime ago when the girl met the Doctor in her back garden, becoming Mrs Rory Williams to more recently watching a future version of her best friend die, finding a very strange picture of herself in an abandoned children’s home…

Day of the PodKast

Later than intended, it’s time for the latest Kasterborous PodKast (with a K)! This week, Brian A Terranova and Christian Cawley discuss Day of the Moon and some of the remarkable implications of the episode, as well as looking forward to The Curse of the Black Spot!

Sadly, this podKast isn’t as topical as…

The Mail’s Campaign Against Scary

Sometimes to see the full picture you have to dig a little deeper. Go beyond what seems contentious or firmly held so that, in pleasing your own inquisitive sense of injustice, you can connect something that seemed arbitrary to a wider, like minded audience. So that after time others can see that, thanks to your…

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