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God is in the detail (10-05)

Space. It’ll kill you if you don’t tread carefully. Lucky you’ve got me on hand, eh? Come with me now, because we’re going to explore the murky and sinister world of ‘Oxygen’ – a tale of corporate greed and sentient workwear, but also replete with IMPORTANT CLUES AND SIGNS that indicate the delights (and the horrors) that still await us. 1,068 more words

Doctor Who

Doctor Who S10 E03: 'Thin Ice'

We’re running through the standard Doctor Who companion introductory course with Bill Potts. We’ve had an adventure on Earth, and we’ve been to the future, now it’s time to go into the past. 912 more words

Television

Picture of the Day: Into the Dalek (Literally)

From 1965: William Hartnell is all laughs while hiding inside his mortal enemy during the Space Museum

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Doctor Who: 10 things you didn't know about the First Doctor

When Canadian TV producer Sydney Newman first pitched the idea of a science fiction adventure show for kids, he probably had no idea what he’d started. 1,028 more words

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Doctor Who? The First Doctor

There is a new series of Doctor Who starting on Saturday. You have no idea how excited I am about this. Doctor Who is my favourite TV show and my absolute number #1 fandom (followed closely by Marvel Comics). 979 more words

Sounds Familiar

“We are not of this race. We are not of this earth. We are wanderers in the fourth dimension of space and time, cut off from our own planet and our own people by eons and universes that are far beyond the reach of your most advanced sciences.” – The Doctor (William Hartnell), Doctor Who (“An Unearthly Child”)

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