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Regenerations Coverage

Saturday 19th to Sunday 20th September saw the Regenerations event held in Swansea – a huge beast of a Doctor Who convention with a myriad of guests including ex-Doctors, companions and crew, not to mention those involved with various spin-off media such as some of the chaps from Big Finish, Over 200 people turned up…

Paper Cuts

Look out! This months installment from the Big Finish universe is sharp! Paper Cuts is here and so are some old faces from the 70’s, but after the events of Patient Zero the only missing element is Charley Pollard herself. Will the Doctor figure out that there is a doppelganger in his mist? Or will…

Code of the Krillitanes

Set for release on 4th March 2010 is Code of the Krillitanes, a Doctor Who book from Justin Richards which is released as part of the Quick Reads series – and as such priced just £1.99. Described as “a short, sharp shot of adventure” is features the Tenth Doctor as played by David Tennant. “I…

Doctor Who Lost Stories Covers

Big Finish have very kindly let us get our hands early on the two latest covers from the Lost Stories season of Doctor Who audio productions starring Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant. Built around the “season that never was” in 1985, The Lost Stories features new versions of scripts planned to be filmed for television…

Doctor Who Adventures 133

REVEALED: The ultimate shape-changer. Doctor Who Adventures runs down the top 10 shape-changers, but who will come top? Flash back to the 1920s for a monster murder mystery with this week’s story guide: The Unicorn and the Wasp. A murder investigation, a beastly bug and best-selling author Agatha Christie, the perfect combination for a great…

BFS Award for Doctor Who

At Nottingham’s Britannia Hotel, Doctor Who was named best TV programme by the British Fantasy Society as part of FantasyCon over the weekend – and the award was received by none other than Dalek scriptwriter Rob Shearman. Interestingly, the writer paid tribute to head writer Russell T. Davies and executive producer Julie Gardner, as well…

Local Council of Time Lords

Many homes are deceptively large, appearing small on the outside and very spacious within – but great-grandmother Joan Cooksey of Poole in Dorset’s bungalow is a pretty average affair – and yet her local council sent a letter to her house, addressing it The TARDIS! Curiously Mrs Cooksey has no interest in Doctor Who, and…

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