Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke's new book is the first in a series that takes a deep look at every Doctor Who episode from 1963 through 2009, beginning with the Hartnell and Troughton years. If you have any curiosity about the classic series at all, no matter how many stories you've actually seen, you […]
Three topics for you today: A potential bonus for the U.S. thanks to the split 2011 season, new comics from Tony Lee and Paul Cornell, and a look at the curious case of classic-series nostalgia among new-series fans.
Shall we take a moment to revel in, or even squee over, the news that we're getting accelerated and synchronized classic Doctor Who DVD releases in North America, Australia and New Zealand? Indeed we shall.
We interrupt my normal stream of thought to bring you this message: I have a deep and abiding love of "Remembrance of the Daleks."
PLUS: A message from THE Tony Gallichan about a signing event for THE Colin Baker at Waterstone's Lakeside in the U.K. Podcasters will be present, with a sample DVD from the […]
I genuinely believe that it will be a good sign for Doctor Who if Steven Moffat's reign is wildly popular AND manages to really upset some folks. Just like Russell T. Davies's reign.
(Not that I want to be upset, nor do I want you to be upset! Oh, just give a listen….)
On December 6, 1989, "Survival, Part Three" aired: the last premiere of a classic-series Doctor Who episode. For many fans, it was the beginning of long years in the wilderness. It was a different experience for me.
There's enough separation between the 1.0 and 2.0 versions of Doctor Who to make a classic series companion's return a risky venture. For a mass audience, the "companion's return" story has simply been done, already. And even for a hardcore fan audience, nostalgia can only carry you so far. But under certain circumstances, it just […]
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