Tagged The Unicorn and the Wasp

The Lazarus Experiment
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Friday News: Awards, Deductions And Abuse

Harassment allegations, Award nominations, Sherlock expectations, Ratings oscillations, Critics admirations, Actress Aspirations, and Squirrel transformations – this is the news! Is it blasted? It’s practically singed. Not Something to Kid About Kidulthood actor Adam Deacon has appeared in court charged with posting abusive and threatening messages on social media relating to Doctor Who star and…

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Doctor Who Magazine #475 Out Now!

This month’s Doctor Who Magazine stars that wonderful trio of sword-wielding, grenade-loving, leather-clad loveliness: the Paternoster Gang! In the six-page feature, editor, Tom Spilsbury catches up with Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey and Catrin Stewart, aka. Vastra, Strax and Jenny! Catrin, in particular, praises Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith, and remembers when she fought alongside him in last year’s The…

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Christmas Ideas: The Talons of Weng-Chiang

With Christmas coming up, you might be looking for suggestions for those Whovians in your life – and we recommend the Target book reading of fan-favourite adventure, The Talons of Weng-Chiang. The unabridged reading of Terrance Dicks’s Target novelisation is performed by Christopher Benjamin; depending on how far your love of Doctor Who goes you’ll either…

Brighter than Sunflowers
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Historicals: A Thing of the Past?

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we’re looking back at some of the pivotal tales of all of time and space, taking on one Doctor each month, running up to November – and An Unearthly Child… Concluding this month’s examination of 2008’s The Unicorn and the Wasp, we look at a rarely-mined treasure trove…

Unicorn and the Wasp - feat
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Introducing: The Unicorn and the Wasp

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we’re looking back at some of the pivotal tales of all of time and space, taking on one Doctor each month, running up to November – and An Unearthly Child… There’s a murder, a mystery and Agatha Christie. Doctor Who’s been playing with the idea of pseudohistoricals since…

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