Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1963-64 publication now available

A lavish 116-page publication from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine, Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1963-1964, looks at the stories, people, events and news of this formative period – a time when William Hartnell played the Doctor, and the world was introduced to the Daleks, the TARDIS and an incredible adventure in space and time. The bookazine … >

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Doctor Who Season 2: The Collection Blu-ray announced

The second season of Doctor Who starring William Hartnell is available for pre-order on Blu-ray. The release date for Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 2 Blu-ray, which consists of 37 episodes and many special features has not yet been announced. Billed as the biggest release yet, Season 2 is a limited edition nine-disc box … >

Missing Doctor Who adventure ‘Galaxy Four’ to be animated

Galaxy 4, the mostly-missing serial starring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, will be released as a fully-animated recreation in November. Only the third episode of the four-part adventure released in 1965, Air Lock, and clips from the first episode, Four Hundred Dawns, are known to exist. An animated recreation by Big Finish Creative is … >

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Jackie Lane, Doctor Who’s Dodo Chaplet, dies at 79

Doctor Who actress Jackie Lane has sadly passed away on 23 June, 2021, a few weeks shy of her 80th birthday. It is with deep regret that we announce that actress and friend Jackie Lane has sadly passed away. We pass on our sympathies to her family and friends. Jackie was best known to Doctor … >

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Classic Doctor Who available free on Pluto TV

Classic Doctor Who, featuring the first through the seventh Doctor, is available for streaming on Pluto TV. Pluto TV is a 100 percent free streaming service and the channel, like the rest of the channels on Pluto TV, is ad-supported. Viewers can watch classic Doctor Who featuring William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, … >

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Doctor Who, Twitch, and why are we surprised younger viewers love classic Who?

There is a theory in the Philosophy of Science called the ‘Pessimistic Meta-Induction Argument’. Simplified, it states ‘Well, we’ve been wrong before, so we’ll probably be wrong again’. In related news, you cannot accurately predict how people will react when viewing pre-1989 Doctor Who stories for the first time. One person’s treasure is another person’s … >

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