Tagged The Edge of Destruction

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Introducing: An Unearthly Child (Part Two)

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we’ve looked back at some of the important, fan-favourite tales of all of time and space, taking on one Doctor each month, including Wirrn Dawn, Mawdryn Undead and The Unicorn and the Wasp. And it all concludes with this month’s An Unearthly Child… (Don’t forget to check out…

It's not just in The Snowmen where the Doctor has encountered lots of snow...
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Snowy Doctor Who Treats to Enjoy

It’s that time of year when the weather reaches absolute freezing and most of us decide to hibernate for three to five months. Even though the winter landscapes across the country can look stunning, it doesn’t mean that we all want to be outside during this gruesomely cold time. So while you’re staying in and…

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003 The Edge of Destruction

Most of us who are regular readers of this or similar Doctor Who sites have at one point or another wanted to write our own on-screen adventure or two about the Doctor and his companions.  I for one have conjured up numerous tales in my head over the last few years.  Of all the baffling…

Doctor Who Live! Well, Sort Of…

Hartnell-era Doctor Who was given a mention today in the Independent by television writer Mark Ravenhill as part of a campaign to pull in viewers for tonight’s broadcast of his live drama, Ghost Story, on Sky Arts 2.  Referring to the minimally-edited programmes of the early 1960s, Ravenhill muses, “A few months ago, I got…

Short Stories are Not Fish From Space…

… because the Saturnynians were rendered extinct in The Vampires of Venice, remember? An interview conducted by BBC News primarily designed to promote Stories (a soon-to-be-available compilation of short stories by various authors that was co-edited by Stardust, Coraline, and Season-32-Episode-3 (?) writer Neil Gaiman) addressed the issue of whether short stories are dead by…

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