A series of comedy sketches based on history, obsessed with the gorier details and especially anything flatulent. Each episode has a parody song too.
In conversation with a number of BBC folk, I have an official statement from the BBC. It regards the recent rumours of the return of large number of missing, presumed wiped episodes of Doctor Who, as well as Dad’s Army, …
I think I’ve admitted here before to being “just” a casual Doctor Who fan, having grown up watching old eps here on PBS during an era when that and Star Trek TOS reruns were the only science fiction TV we …
Last week, Bleeding Cool ran this article, reporting rumours rampaging around the highest echelons of the BBC that a lot of missing episodes of Doctor Who had been found, and were planning to be released later this year. We then …
I have entered into, however briefly, a Doctor Who cabal made up of superfans, Doctor Who writers and producers. And then been kicked to the kerb.
Plus: does an Action Comics story from a couple of years back prefigure this new direction for the Man of Steel sequel?
Bleeding Cool ran a story the other day, what we regard as well-sourced rumours that the BBC have been stockpiling a number of presumed-wiped episodes of Doctor Who. There were some entertaining responses.
How many episodes of Doctor Who would you like to see this year?
This morning, one of the sunday papers announced that Rory Kinnear was offered the lead role in Doctor Who. But was he?
After some conflicting signals over the past couple days, this morning comes a new post from Brendon that maybe the New Doctor Who has been signed on after all. I suspect we’ll find out a little more on that throughout …
Much to my surprise, one of the Sunday papers actually is claiming a casting scoop for the new Doctor Who.
Steven Moffat says that there’s a long way to go yet. Of course, we honestly believe that Moffat does know who the new Doctor is. And has done since the actor was cast. Months ago.
ESIO TROT, ESIO TROT, TEG REGGIB REGGIB! EMOC NO, ESIO TROT, WORG PU, FFUP PU, TOOHS PU!
Have a newspaper forced the BBC into an early announcement of the new Doctor Who?
“There’s no telling where this is going to end.”
This is what happens in Britain when we hear the lead in Doctor Who is stepping down and the BBC are looking for a replacement. Everyone goes mad.