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We’ve already recorded Episode 7 which looks at the early works of Steven Moffat (The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances) and Robert Holmes. ( 65 more words

He Who Moans: Review of Doctor Who: The End of Time

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ALL FOOTAGE USED IS OWNED BY THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS, DOCTOR WHO IS A TRADEMARK OF THE BBC

Note: Yes I probably fucked up a few of my facts in this one. 64 more words

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Difference of opinion

It’s a bit ironic that today on my WordPress newsfeed, I was presented with two different articles, one saying how much writer prefers the RTD and the Tenth Doctor, and the other saying how much the writer prefers Moffat and the Eleventh Doctor. 520 more words

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I do not love Steven Moffat, is that a problem?

I’m a whovian, I like everything Doctor Who related! Eleven is not my Doctor, is that a problem? So why do people get ticked off when I point out that I really don’t like Steven Moffat as a showrunner?!  359 more words

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Russell T Davies talks to Mark Lawson about....

There are four parts to this.
I’ve found it brilliant, both as a writer, and getting an insight into the great big brain that was behind my dissertation. 43 more words

999: "You need a Doctor..." Nine of the Ninth Doctor's Best

Nine of the Ninth Doctor’s best moments on the ninth anniversary  of his arrival… Yes, the anniversary was on Wednesday the 26th, but new Doctor Who’s all about Saturdays, just as it should be… 1,837 more words

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When Is a Face Not ‘Just’ a Face? When It’s on DOCTOR WHO!

When Peter Capaldi was announced as the face of the 12th Doctor last summer, his reception was almost universally hailed as brilliant.

There was, however, one teeny-tiny little potential fly in the ointment: The actor had already appeared on the series in a significant guest role — as Caecilius in “The Fires of Pompeii.” And, not only that, he had also shown up in all five episodes of the TORCHWOOD story “Children of Earth,” as John Frobisher. 469 more words

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