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The Master’s Top Ten Disguises

When devising his evil schemes the Master liked nothing better than including himself in a hastily assembled, then quickly abandoned disguise as he attempted immortality, world destruction or just a bit of mucking about with democracy. So here is Kasterborous’ list of the top ten disguises used by batty Time Lord the Master! Before we…

H.G. Wells and Doctor Who

A Gentleman, dressed appropriately for his title, walks back to his magnificent machine. A machine which at his very will can take him to any point in our civilisation’s past, present or future. This aged man, turn of the century coat hanging just above his knees, bears more than a passing resemblance to another gentleman…

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”…

The Thatcher Patrol

Anti-Thatcher characters inserted in 1980s Doctor Who? Left wing scriptwriters incorporating policitally subversive messages? They call this NEWS?! Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy has apparently “revealed” that Doctor Who in the 1980s was staffed by socialists wanting to give 1980s Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The fact that this was entirely obvious to any of the 4…

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