Tagged Terry Nation

Rugrats Vs the Daleks

Winning a million retroactive cool points this week is toddler-a-thon the animated series, the Rugrats for a sneaky, blink and you’ll miss it Doctor Who reference. The Saturday morning mainstay (along with Trev & Simon and hangovers) which ran from 1991 to 2004 revolved around Tommy (E. G Daily), a toddler with an eye for adventure…

The Strange Worlds of Terry Nation

Scheduled for Spring 2011, Alwyn W. Turner’s The Man Who Invented the Daleks: The Strange Worlds of Terry Nation is a biography of the Dalek creator and prolific TV adventure series writer. Cardiff-born Terry Nation was one of the most successful, prolific and celebrated writers for popular television that Britain has ever produced. His science…

Over-Who-sed?

io9.com has written an article to fill the gap of “no Nu-who” on BBC America this week by listing plot devices that they don’t like being overused in Steven Moffat episodes of Doctor Who. It’s an interesting and quite frankly accurate look at what keeps recurring in the world of Doctor Who but at the same…

Survivors Returns

Based on the novel by Daleks creator Terry Nation, Survivors returned for a second series in January following the success of its first run in late 2008. With a double-whammy cliffhanger – Greg shot and Abby kidnapped by a pharmaceutical research team – the series has been edging ever closer to revealing just what caused…

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