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TDWP Stories Going Out-of-Print

Fans of The Doctor Who Project take note.  Beginning February 18 2018 a large portion of our back catalogue will being be going out-of-print, and will no longer be available for download.  160 more words


Christopher Eccleston Owes Whovians Nothing, and That's Okay

The leading role in the BBC’s decades-spanning science fiction series Doctor Who has been passed around to over a dozen actors since it started in 1963. 1,279 more words


Boom Town

Sandwiched between two exciting two-part stories, Boom Town is a chance to pause for breath and tie up a few loose ends.  Necessity is the mother of invention, and this is the cheap episode, utilising an existing monster costume and locations close to the studios in Cardiff.  1,876 more words

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The Empty Child

This review covers the Doctor Who episodes The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances, which together form a single story.

Mauve Alert!  Mauve Alert!  This is an important one, and for reasons we had no idea about at the time.  2,078 more words

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The Dichotomy of the Doctor

I was inspired by our recent study of fanfiction, I started to think about why I loved the movies and shows that I love. After I began thinking about this, I determined that I loved the show due to the character that provided me the most comic relief parts but also allowed me to comfortably “feel” the sad or serious parts, and these shows were mainly action/adventure movies and shows. 419 more words

Father's Day

Instances of the Doctor or his companions crossing their own time-streams are very rare in Doctor Who up to this point. The First Doctor and his companions encountered themselves in glass cases in a museum, the Third Doctor and Jo met themselves when a fault occurred in the TARDIS, and the Brigadier caused a big explosion when he met his younger self. 1,874 more words

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Reviewed: Rose

Writer: Russell T Davies

Director: Keith Boak

Starring: Christopher Eccleston (Ninth Doctor), Billie Piper (Rose Tyler), Camille Coduri (Jackie Tyler), Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith), Mark Benton (Clive) and Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Nestene Consciousness) 863 more words

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