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The Beast Below

Meanwhile in the TARDIS: The Series 5 DVD/Bluray contains a couple of additional scenes that slot in between episodes. The first is a prequel to… 657 more words

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The Eleventh Hour

* This is hands down one of my favourite episodes ever. I have such fond memories of its debut – a big group of us all watching together for the first time in ages, and it was one of the last times as it happens, as work and families and geography started getting in the way. 729 more words

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Moffat Era Marathon #5 – “It’s a long story, Doctor. It can’t be told. It has to be lived.”

Okay where do we pick up from last time. The Angels are now living ideas, they are ideas that think for themselves.

In The Time of Angels… 1,228 more words

Moffat Era Marathon #4 – “What if we had ideas that could think for themselves?”

Okay, I’ll start with saying that this one is genius.

This is our first distinct break from the Russell T Davies era, I think. Moffat concepts are coming together, in a way they haven’t done so far – the Weeping Angels, of course, and River Song. 1,262 more words

GIVEAWAY TIME! [Closed]

Hey guys, Daniel here! Summer is upon us, Series 10 is over, and now we have to wait until Christmas. Last week, I reached 500 Twitter followers, and to celebrate, I’ve decided to hold not one, but two giveaways! 178 more words

Book Review- Doctor Who: Nothing O'Clock

  • Title: Nothing O’Clock
  • Series: Doctor Who Novelette Collection
  • Author: Neil Gaiman
  • Characters: Eleventh Doctor, Amy
  • Date Reviewed on GoodReads: 07/08/2016

Doctor Who Nothing O’Clock is one of the short booklets found in the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary 12 Doctors 12 Stories collection. 358 more words

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Have I Got Whos For You (part 76)

There is no God Is In The Detail post this week, folks. I’m sorry. I really can’t spare the time.

However, here’s some alternative artwork for episode 11, ‘World Enough And Time’ – and yes, the BBC acknowledged that it was a deliberate homage to ‘Day of the Doctor’, but I wondered what would happen if you combined them: 64 more words

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