Perhaps the ultimate tribute that can be paid to Doctor Who on its 50th birthday is all the activities and friends that have been made through being fans.
As we continue our chats with our Who Watching authors, Kevin S. Decker hopes the programme returns to emphasising the writing and acting of individual episodes, focusing less on story arcs.
Is ‘Day of the Doctor’ a way of testing the waters for a film project? We caught up with Matt Hills ahead of Saturday’s episode.
From Peter Cushing’s dotty-professor to the virtues of The Web of Fear, we continue our chatter about Doctor Who‘s 50th with James Chapman, author of Inside the Tardis.
Ahead of the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who we have caught up with our Who Watching authors to ask a few questions about the significance of the milestone, as well as exploring their love for series.
Torchwood has followed a complex trajectory from its beginnings on BBC3, through to its most recent incarnation as a cross-production between the BBC and the US network Starz.
So what made Peter Capaldi the ideal choice to become the new Doctor?
Since Doctor Who’s return in 2005, the special Christmas Day episode has established itself as a major festive treat, but back in the ’70s or ’80s, if you wanted new Doctor Who on Christmas Day, you had to turn to the man with the big sack.
Graham Sleight investigates how The Sycorax traversed the fine line between magic and the magical in the post-regeneration 2005 Christmas special.
It may not officially be part of our Who Watching series, but we are still very excited to announce that this spring we will be publishing a brand new study on Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood.