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Over-Who-sed?

io9.com has written an article to fill the gap of “no Nu-who” on BBC America this week by listing plot devices that they don’t like being overused in Steven Moffat episodes of Doctor Who. It’s an interesting and quite frankly accurate look at what keeps recurring in the world of Doctor Who but at the same…

Geroni-meh…!

Matt Nida looks back at Series 5… It all started so well. Expectations – fan and public alike – were high for Doctor Who’s return in 2010. With The Eleventh Hour, the new team confidently delivered the best season opener since the show was revived in 2005. Better still, the opening twenty minutes – where…

The Big Bang Ties The End of Time

As further proof that the 31st season of Doctor Who went from brilliant to downright awe-inspiring, Digital Spy has reported that the climactic thirteenth episode, The Big Bang, received an Appreciation Index score of 89! The Appreciation Index is a measure of how much an audience fancies a programme, where any score between 80 and…

So What did You Think?

Doctor Who is over – well, until Christmas – and the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory have gone travelling off into time and space. Before I go on – a massive well done to the stars, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, regular guests such as Arthur Darvill and Alex Kingston and to all the one-off…

Stop Moving Who

Den of Geek has expressed concerns at the “here and there” timeslots that this years Doctor Who episodes have been given. Taking on board the fact that this is also a world cup year, the website has listed the varying times that the show has aired over the last twelve weeks: The Eleventh Hour: 6.25pm…

Doctor Who Series 5 Volume 2

After what can only be described as a bit of a dream start the new series settles down a tad and heads towards its first two-part story without a second thought for viewers trying to catch their breath. This review is culled from the previews I wrote earlier for Kasterborous. I have not changed my…

Independent’s & Equity’s TV-Scape Woes

Just when nearly everyone had forgotten about the Nortongate scandal, The Independent gave its opinion today on irrelevant advertising during the credits of the BBC’s and competing networks’ programmes. Mentioning both the Doctor’s interrupted “Trap” speech by an animated Irish “comedian” and the distracting commentated credits that followed Rory’s wipe from history, writer Nick Hasted…

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