‘Doctor Who’ book reviews: Christmas 2015 round-up

Aimed squarely at the Christmas market for younger fans, BBC Children’s Books have released a few Doctor Who related stocking fillers, in addition to October’s entertaining volume The Time Lord Letters and the stunning Impossible Worlds art book. Being young at heart, we decided to dive in and connect with our inner child…   Doctor … >

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Liked ‘The Girl Who Died’? Watch these ‘Doctor Who’ stories

Vikings! We all love those warrior Norsemen, don’t we? Except when the Doctor is not in the mood for them, with or without their historically inaccurate but amusing horned helmets. ‘The Girl Who Died’ was one of this season’s most anticipated episodes, primary for the much trumpeted casting announcement of Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and the … >

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6 new things every ‘Doctor Who’ fan needs this month

Each month we’re picking out the best of the latest Doctor Who products on sale! Check out October’s goodies…   Doctor Who: Impossible Worlds book Published on Thursday 29 October, this book sees the Doctor Who Art Department open their doors to reveal a unique, behind-the-scenes look at one of the most loved series on … >

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‘Doctor Who’ book review: ‘The Drosten’s Curse’

A.L. Kennedy’s novel, featuring a lone Fourth Doctor, is an expanded version of ‘The Death Pit’, first published as an eBook in 2013 and then again as part of this year’s ‘Time Trips’ short story collection. To be honest, the original rather failed to grab our attention in a collection alongside rather smart tales from … >

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5 theories on why the ‘Sherlock’ special is set in 1895

It’s not long now until the much-anticipated tenth instalment of Sherlock arrives on our screens! Earlier this year the official promo pic of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Victorian era Holmes and Watson sent the internet into a frenzy, while the first footage from the special itself caused something of a meltdown. > Buy … >

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Sapphire & Steel

Sapphire & Steel rewind: A look back at the ’70s British sci-fi fantasy series

“All irregularities will be handled by the forces controlling each dimension. Transuranic heavy elements may not be used where there is life. Medium atomic weights are available: Gold, Lead, Copper, Jet, Diamond, Radium, Sapphire, Silver and Steel. Sapphire and Steel have been assigned.” In an exciting development reported last month, Luther creator and Doctor Who … >

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Peter Davison

Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ interview: Peter Davison chats about the ‘Symphonic Spectacular’ concerts

Since Doctor Who’s return to our televisions in 2005, composer Murray Gold has brought a whole universe of new music to each season. Next weekend the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular – a live performance of music from the show – begins touring the UK, featuring over 100 performers including the BBC National Orchestra of Wales … >

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