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Doctor Who-Rose: Eight to Nine Edit [Fanedit]

Cast your mind back to 2005…simpler times and simple pleasures. Russel T. Davies re awoken the sleeping giant of science-fiction with a modest and whirl wind reinvention of Doctor Who starring Christopher Eccelston as the Ninth Doctor and Billie Piper as Rose Tyler, who became essentially the show’s quintessential answer to Gwen Stacy…only without the satisfaction of a bridging. 516 more words


Editorial: Big Finish's New Ninth Doctor Chronicles

Big Finish is a great part of Doctor Who’s “expanded universe”. It helps “fill the void” between series, when no new Doctor Who is on. I like that they’re even publishing stories featuring the Tenth Doctor, River Song, and more. 380 more words

Your Daily Nerd Thing: The Empty Child

Welcome to Your Daily Nerd Thing where every weekday we bring you a different nerdy thing we found on the internet.  It’s October so Halloween will be here soon.  173 more words


Quick Book Reviews – 'Doctor Who and the World of Hargreaves' (September 2017)

Hello everyone! :)

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

Back in April 2017, I purchased the four brand-new books of ‘Doctor Who’ 792 more words


SCARVES AND CELERY - Crossing the Threshold: Looking Back at "Rose"

He already had, and would go on to, write better episodes of television, but “Rose” is RTD’s greatest ever achievement as a writer. Against all the odds, he successfully relaunched an old cult sci-fi show that hadn’t been regularly on air for 16 years, and according to all industry experts and media commentators, was out of place in the 21st century. 1,374 more words

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Have I Got Whos For You (part 8.5 or 9, depending on how you count)

In the news this last fortnight, National Photograph Your Child In Front Of A Door Day reaches as far as the TARDIS.

Elsewhere, in the wake of the Bradley Walsh rumour, a BBC source leaks an exclusive set of unreleased screen tests for the next Doctor Who companion. 8 more words

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