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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

Review

"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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Episode Review

"The Christmas Invasion" - Review: Redux

Jackie Tyler “I’m going to be killed by a Christmas Tree”

It was not the start to David Tennant’s era that I had imagined after our introduction at the end of “Parting of the Ways”.

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Episode Review

ITV stands on Edge of Heaven

ITV has found the setting for its latest comedy drama – a bed and breakfast hotel in 1980s Margate.

Edge of Heaven (6×60′), produced by Hartswood Films, will follow the lives of the family that run the seaside guesthouse. 84 more words

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Him and Her (Season 3) TV Review

Because I review a whole tv series rather than individual episodes, there is a chance of spoilers, so if you haven’t watched the whole series yet, stop reading now! 784 more words

Review