Category Archives: Doctor Who
Someone at the Herts and Essex Observer appears to have a sense of humour. (This may or may not be obvious after Saturday, should you be reading this then) (And yes, I appear to have been memed by Mr Graham – answers soonish, hopefully)
‘Son of the manse’ is one of those stock phrases that crops up in profiles of Gordon Brown, the assumption being that his ‘dour nature’ (another profile-writers cliche) and all sorts of things about him can be explained by the fact that his father was a minister in the Church of Scotland. While that description [...]
For those of you interested in a night out with Doctor Who writers Paul Cornell (Father’s Day and far too many novels to list here),Â Steven Moffat (The Curse Of Fatal Death, The Empty Child, The Girl In The Fireplace and also Coupling and Press Gang) and ‘whoever else they can drag along’ see here [...]
I discovered how to make videos on the computer, so now I’m having a world of fun while I should be doing other things. Anyway, if you want to see what I can do with a Mercury Rev song and a Doctor Who episode then click here. (More information and download options here.)
I’m just like the Doctor, me – going off and looking at shiny things and being captivated by them and only doing what I was meant to be doing at the last minute. In other words, thoughts on New Earth can be found after the cut.
OK, so it’s a bit late, but I’ve finally got round to writing about The Christmas Invasion, with just a few hours to spare before it’s no longer the most recent Doctor Who episode. Of course, I could always backdate this review and make it look like it appeared on time, but where’s the fun [...]