Tagged The Time of Angels

Nortongate Revenge

TV presenter and serial invader of Doctor Who, Graham Norton, plans to get his own back on criticism from fans – by commissioning a new banner that shows the Irish comic being exterminated by a Dalek If you’re unaware of Nortongate, it is the term given by Doctor Who fans to the second encroachment by…

Charlie Brooker on Nortongate

TV critic and Doctor Who fan Charlie Brooker had a great rant on his topical TV quiz show You Have Been Watching this week – directed at the whole concept of IPPs (in programme prompts) of the type that marred the end of The Time of Angels last weekend. Featuring Brooker, Lauren Laverne, Chris Addison…

Flesh and Stone Clips

Whoah there! Don’t go rushing into watching these Doctor Who clips unless you’re absolutely certain you want to watch 3 minutes of Flesh and Stone! Featuring Matt Smith as the Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, Alex Kingston as River Song and Iain Glen as Father Octavian, these 3 clips cover several distinct scenes throughout…

The Reaction of Angels

Slightly earlier than last week, we’ve got a round up of the critical reaction to the latest episode of Doctor Who. The Time of Angels – starring Matt Smith, Karen Gilland and Alex Kingston – seems to have gone down a treat, with Steven Moffat’s returning Weeping Angels displaying even greater powers than we saw…

St John, Be Cool

It has been several months since the new look TARDIS exterior was first seen on location as Matt Smith recorded his first Doctor Who scenes for The Time of Angels. The redesign of the police box exterior harked back to the time machine seen in the Dalek movies of the 1960s, which featured the human…

River Song’s Radio Times

This weeks Radio Times features an interview with actress Alex Kingston about her return to Doctor Who in the episodes The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone… Alex Kingston last appeared as the beguiling River Song in Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead in 2008 – in which she perished to…

Is This the End?

The BBC have issued a formal response to the interruption that took place in the closing minutes of the Doctor Who episode The Time of Angels on Saturday, 24th April. It seems that the broadcaster has finally recognised (3 days later) that this sort of trail is unacceptable. However the statement falls short of an…

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