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Tagged The Time of Angels

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…

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…

6.6m View Angels

6.6m viewers tuned in to watch Doctor Who on Saturday evening, with The Time of Angels taking a 35.3% share of the available audience, according to overnight figures Around 200,000 more viewers tuned in to catch the return of the Weeping Angels, River Song and Graham Norton than made the effort to watch Victory of…

BBC Respond to Criticism

A BBC spokesman said: “We apologise for the timing of Saturday night’s trail.” That should pretty much be the end of the so-called Nortongate – however whether you reckon the apology for an IPP during Doctor Who is enough, or it’s all a storm in a teacup, the fact remains that the BBC have attempted…

Writer Criticises Banner

The BBC has apparently endured a barrage of complaints following the cynical “Next on BBC One” graphical banner displayed in the closing moments of Doctor Who on Saturday night. As The Time of Angels reached its cliffhanger ending, all tension was wrenched from rooms across the country as a computerised Graham Norton appeared at the…

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