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5 New Who Monsters in Need of a Return

Guest contributor Tomas Edwards picks out five who deserve another shot. Continue reading

Piper Up for Rose/Meta-Crisis Ten Spin-Off

Plus her thoughts on playing the Moment rather than Rose Tyler. Continue reading

How could a New Doctor Who Movie Work?

Guest contributor Brayde Wikaira explores some ideas. Continue reading

New Writer for Series 8?

The writer of BBC's adaptation of Jonathan Strange looks to be working on script. Continue reading

Midnight in Perspective

Guest contributor Samuel Brown takes another look at the 2008 episode by Russell T Davies. Continue reading

Suranne Jones on Bringing Idris Back

Suranne Jones would like to see Idris to have an adventure with Capaldi. Continue reading

Series 1-7 Face-Off Results: Everything Else (Episodes 9-13, Specials)

The results of the Face-Off series conclude. Continue reading

Matt Smith: I’ll happily come back

"Doctors in the same room is just magic isn't it!" Continue reading

Weird and Wonderful

Weeping Time Lords, More Capaldi Fan Titles, All Davison Stories, Who Tunes and more. Continue reading

Series 1-7 Face-Off Results: Everything Else (Episodes 1-8)

The results of the Face-Off series continue with everything inbetween. Continue reading

Do you want to live forever? The Lazarus Experiment In Perspective

Guest contributor Tomas Edwards looks back over the 2007 story - an under-appreciated gem? Continue reading

Moffat Battles The Five(ish) Doctors Again

As well as An Adventure in Space and Time, Game of Thrones and Orphan Black in the 2014 Hugo Awards. Continue reading

Series 1-7 Face-Off Results: Dream Run (Episodes 9-13, Specials)

The results of the Face-Off series continue with the episodes that came out on top. Continue reading

Barrowman on Jack’s Future: There’s a lot more to tell

John Barrowman is still wondering how Jack becomes the Face of Boe and his missing memories. Continue reading

Remembering Elisabeth Sladen: Three Years On

Guest contributor Liam Duke pays tribute to the one and only Sarah Jane Smith. Continue reading