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Flesh and Stone Review

Last week’s fantastic opener to this two-parter brought us an even scarier interpretation of the Weeping Angels (if that’s possible!) and more layers of mystery to the story of River Song’s relationship with the Doctor. Who or WHAT is River Song? Can The Doctor trust her? How the heck will they escape from certain death…

Flesh and Stone Reaction

An average audience of 6.9 million viewers tuned in for Flesh and Stone according to overnight figures, with Doctor Who securing 34.5% of the available audience, reports GallifreyNewsBase. Split across 6.53 million watching on BBC One, (the most watched programme of the evening on the network), and 0.34 million watching on BBC HD, final figures…

Gaiman Script Update

Fantasy creator legend Neil Gaiman has revealed to Twitter followers that he has completed a draft version of his Doctor Who script, expected to be produced as part of Season 32/Series 6. With Matt Smith expected to remain as the star of the show for at least another year, we can at the very least…

Flesh and Stone – WOW!

Well, if you enjoyed The Time of Angels, you must have loved the gripping 45 minutes that was Flesh and Stone, the latest episode of Doctor Who! If you haven’t seen Flesh and Stone yet, you might care to look away now – this article may contain some mild spoilers… Steven Moffat certainly seems to…

Amy’s Who-ters?

Spoiler warning – although the content of this news item references reports in two national newspapers, it also features spoiler details for the closing stages of the next episode of Doctor Who, Flesh and Stone. Therefore, consider before clicking, and if you have already clicked, consider before reading on… According to both the Telegraph and…

Charlie Brooker on Nortongate

TV critic and Doctor Who fan Charlie Brooker had a great rant on his topical TV quiz show You Have Been Watching this week – directed at the whole concept of IPPs (in programme prompts) of the type that marred the end of The Time of Angels last weekend. Featuring Brooker, Lauren Laverne, Chris Addison…

Flesh and Stone Clips

Whoah there! Don’t go rushing into watching these Doctor Who clips unless you’re absolutely certain you want to watch 3 minutes of Flesh and Stone! Featuring Matt Smith as the Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, Alex Kingston as River Song and Iain Glen as Father Octavian, these 3 clips cover several distinct scenes throughout…

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