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Episode 87 - Stitch This Mate - Camille Coduri

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Gerri and Eugenia continue their homage to the fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who! In this episode they discuss the companions of the new series, from the Christopher Eccleston episodes to Matt Smith’s. 127 more words

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Random Musings: A look back at Doctor Who season 27/series 1, a decade later.

In 2005, Doctor Who returned to TV screens after 16 years (save a one-off TV movie in 1996). Starring Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor and Billie Piper as his companion, Rose Tyler, it proved to be a massive hit for the BBC. 1,517 more words

The Famous Five 90s Style: Five on a Hike Together

So as you’re aware we’ve had a bit of a shift about with the blogs this week, it will come as no surprise to you that its left to me to entertain you this Sunday. 886 more words

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Emotional nuance in Doctor Who started in a classroom, not a council estate

Stephen Wood
Why not start a new article with a bit of fighting talk, eh? ;-) Don’t worry, if there was a possibility of anything within striking distance of dethroning my love of Hartnell, it would undoubtedly only be found somewhere within the Russell T Davies era of Doctor Who. 740 more words

Russell T Davies

Doctor Who: Rose (2005)

It’s been a funny few weeks in Doctor Who fandom! First we had some long-awaited trailers finally hit the airwaves, then the “leaks” happened. It seems somebody figured out how to access BBC worldwide servers in Florida, and discovered scripts and a few “screener” episodes left unsecured. 1,897 more words

Doctor Who

Review - Him & Her: The Wedding; Episode 1

BBC Three’s best-loved couple are back on our screens for their final stint as Him & Her, as the sitcom begins its final series. 362 more words

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"Love & Monsters" - Review: Redux

Elton “And if there’s one thing I really, really love, then it’s Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra. ‘Cause you can’t beat a bit of ELO.”

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