Articles by Andrew Reynolds

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William’s Perseverance

William Hartnell’s deteriorating health sadly made The Three Doctors his final on screen appearance. At the point where the show first began to celebrate its long past and looked forward to a future where the Doctor could finally travel outside of Earth again its a shame that at this exciting time that William Hartnell couldn’t…

Former Doctor Who star Paul McGann

Chatting With Paul McGann

Fabulous socialites Club Geek Chic (run by the equally fabulous Gemma Aldcroft and Karen Podesta) blessed the good people of Liverpool with their seventh annual In Conversation With event featuring the life and works of the Eighth Doctor himself Paul McGann. In Conversation With is a series that looks back on a particular performers career…

Former Doctor Who David Tennant

Tennant Helps the Homeless

David Tennant has helped raised £50,000 for young persons’ homeless charity Centrepoint by taking part in the third annual Ultimate Pub Quiz – where teams representing London Businesses could bid for the help of a knowledgeable celebrity. As Contact Music reports, Tennant was auctioned off as part of a selection of famous faces including Hollyoaks…

Doctor Who chief writer Steven Moffat

Symphonic Spoilers?

With the baton beating a steady rhythm at the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular this weekend in Melbourne Steven Moffat has been leading his own orchestra after letting slip a few Series Seven details in the Spectaculars equally spectacular program. Blogtor Who reader Jason Murray has very kindly shared this information concerning the identity of the…


Barrowman’s Hollow Earth

Rather than lying in a broken Xanadu like mansion, babbling between shots of Bourbon about how ‘the Angelo episode wasn’t that bad’ to a cast of haunted teddy bears, John Barrowman has been busy collaborating with his sister Carole E. Barrowman on Young Adult novel Hollow Earth reports Popmatters. Mixing that lamented genre’s potent combination…

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