Tagged The Parting of the Ways

Rumours You Should Disregard #1

IMDB.com, the website behind such accurate Doctor Who exclusives as Norman Lovett’s much lauded appearance in The Parting of the Ways, have again let accredited nobodies write the cast list that nobody checks  for the grand finale of Series Six. Don’t so much take this with a pinch of salt rather use the salt for…

A Nightmare Future

According to reports, Dr Robin Bunce – a Cambridge University academic – believes that the reason most people are scared of the Daleks is because they are “the nightmare future that we dread”. Bunce apparently suggests that as viewers we fear them because one day we could become them (something that is near enough true…

Doctor Who Insider #2

Doctor Who Insider issue 2 is set for release in the USA on May 5th, timed to coincide with Doctor Who Series 6 on BBC America! “I would like to take up sword fighting as a hobby. I really, really loved it.” – Karen Gillan on being a pirate in Episode Three of the new…

The Lost Doctor in The Lost Stories

He’s baaaaaack!  It seems Paterson Joseph just can’t keep away from the Whoniverse!  We don’t blame him, of course.  Big Finish has recently revealed that the Almost-Eleventh-Doctor will make a guest appearance alongside Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor and Sophie Aldred’s Ace in Earth Aid, as a bloke named Victor Espinoza! This final story in the…

No Daleks for Moff?

Information on the  2011 series of Doctor Who has started to surface more and more and show runner Steven Moffat has revealed another juicy titbit about what may (or may not) be in store for the Doctor. According to Moffat, the Daleks will not be appearing in the new series. In a report run by…

Finale Poll

With The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang now resolved, the time has come for you to tell us how you would rate it in relation to the other season finales. You’ll notice that we’ve intentionally left out The End of Time – we’ll declare this an “end of era” as opposed to an “end of season”…

Doctor Who Gothic

Doctor Who is a genre show. But there is no such thing as a pure, homogenous genre: genre reinforces and reinvents itself constantly. Doctor Who has survived by adapting and incorporating elements from other genres to become its own unique hybrid. An impression of the fluidity of the show can be made by focusing on…

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