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A Journal For Who Lovers

Kick the Internet and chances are, like cockroaches in a rotten skirting board, some fan fiction will tumble out and scuttle across your screen.  Pages and pages are devoted to potential mash ups, fantasy stories and explicit sexual fantasies involving the Slitheen and Harriet Jones, PM. So its no surprise that Rock and Rollers, who…

Doctor Wired

If you’ve ever manically tried to write your own Doctor Who script, spare a thought for poor old Nicky Wire of once-fashionable Welsh rockers Manic Street Preachers who has been playing with a few ideas of his own recently. Whether there is some form of Motorcycle Emptiness at the root of his attempts, or he’s…

iSay!

Doctor Who has conquered the BBC’s iPlayer for a third consecutive month. June’s figures show that the final four episodes of the season dominated the listings despite a live and catch-up  TV service boost from the 2010 World Cup. Top of the list was The Pandorica Opens with 1.3 million requests followed by The Lodger, Vincent and the Doctor and…

Reviewer’s Roundtable

New series, new Doctor, new production team. Following Matt Nida’s 2010 series critique (Geroni-Meh!), the reviewers of the individual episodes got together to provide their own thoughts on season 31 (aka Series 5 and Series Fnarg) as a whole. (We really did get together. There was cake.) Christian Time… time…TIME? Future jackets vs continuity errors,…

SFX Gets Spurious

Picking at the internal logic of the series past, SFX have honoured Doctor Who with a Spurious Awards special – looking at the great, the poor and the most baffling moments of New Who. It’s good to see that the most divisive episode of Who received the most praise. Vincent and the Doctor received plaudits…

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…

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