Tagged The Horns of Nimon

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Hallowe’en Week: Wolves, Witches & Giants

HALLOWE’EN WEEK: It’s a time for scares and surprises and things that go bump in the night. Doctor Who should be watched from behind the sofa, swamped in darkness. But how does the show deal with familiar horror tropes? Today, we take a look at modern fairytales: of men who turn into animals, of towering…

New Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi in Midsomer Murders
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The PodKast Talks Lego Doctor Who and Even More Horns Of Nimon!

Brian Terranova returns to the podKast this week as we find ourselves – for the third week running – discussing the many pitfalls of watching Doctor Who “classic” The Horns of Nimon… If you’re not keen on the Nimon, worry not. We’ve got plenty else to talk about, from Matt Smith’s surprise Australian convention withdrawal to…

Doctor Who continues: Peter Capaldi is the Twelfth Doctor
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PodKast Talks Capaldi “One Season” & Marco Polo Rumours!

Hey podKast fans! It’s that time of the week when we ask you to grab a coffee or start your journey into work and settle down to listen to our weekly Doctor Who chat. In this week’s podKast (with a “K”) Christian Cawley and James McLean guide you through the latest big stories in the…

Thank You, Amazon!

It doesn’t matter that you only got into Doctor Who because your dad used to watch it in the seventies, you fancy Karen Gillan or you liked Russell T. Davies’ writing in the past. There’s no excuse not to indulge in Classic Who. Classic DVDs burst onto shelves every month, but money is tight. There’s…

Graham Crowden

Kasterborous is sad to relate the passing of distinguished character actor Graham Crowden, who died on aged 87 on October 19th. Crowden was best known to Doctor Who fans for his appearance opposite Tom Baker in the  unforgettable 1979 serial The Horns of Nimon. With a long career stage and screen career, Crowden first appeared…

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