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The Gelth-controlled grandma in 2005's The Unquiet Dead
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Being Scared

My daughter is deathly afraid of the house two doors down. Not the people in it, no, the house itself. Why? Because flanking the front door are what she thinks are two Weeping Angels. Since Doctor Who returned in 2005, I’ve been watching Doctor Who with my daughter, who’s now 10. We watched Blink together,…

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Wirrn Isle

Wirrn Isle brings to an end the first trilogy of adventures to feature the dynamic due that is the Sixth Doctor and his new friend Flip. Over the course of three stories we’ve got to know this plucky girl and seen her prove her worthiness to travel aboard the TARDIS but as with everything that’s…

Veteran Costume Designer Returns

Velvet smoking jackets, scarf’s that could conceivable cover an entire human body,  crickety cricket wear; Barbara Kidd has taken the Doctor down some usual sartorial routes and now she’s returning to the series for the Christmas special and the next series. Kidd worked on Doctor Who at the beginning of her career creating costumes for…

Doctor Who Story Guide

Pensioner favourite and all round Doctor Who champion the Radio Times is to continue its online Doctor Who Story guide. Radio Times journalists Mark Braxton and Patrick Mulkern with the assistance of Radio Times historian Ralph Montagu are compiling an in-depth analysis of every transmitted Doctor Who story. So far the project covers every episode…

Influenced By, Influence On…

“They don’t call it plagiarism anymore, they call it homage” – Tom Baker Doctor Who has a fine heritage of pilfering from literary sources. The Frankenstein episodes and The Prisoner of Zenda knock-off are famous for being just that. But Doctor Who isn’t literature. It doesn’t even feel literary in the aforementioned stories. So what…

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