Those of you who have been following this summer's crop of Doctor Who books may have noticed something of a theme running through them.
New Doctor Who novel ‘Paradox Lost’ is a fine representation of the series' recent fascination with the more puzzling consequences of time travel.
Let's get this out of the way first: the Weeping Angels, though arguably Steven Moffat's greatest creation, are perhaps the least suitable new Doctor Who monster for use in a novel.
Have a trawl on YouTube and you’ll find an old clip of Jon Pertwee taking umbrage with the answer of a competition question, namely ‘Who invented the Daleks?’ While the usual names fly around, it comes as something of a surprise to learn that if anyone has a claim, it may as well be Tony Hancock.
We think of ourselves as being fully-qualified film geeks here, so were very excited when a copy of Taschen's 100 All-Time Favorite Movies arrived in the post this morning...
‘Genesis Of The Daleks’, that perennial Doctor Who fan favourite, is here released yet again, this time with a vintage look to encourage the completists to shell out once more.