Over on The Doctor Who Companion they’re having an Eighth Doctor week, and as part of that I was asked to contribute a guide for new listeners on audio, suggesting which Big Finish Paul McGann titles they might start with.
If fashion is an angle of Doctor Who you’d like to see better explored, have a look at The Ultimate Guide to the fashion of Doctor Who. It turns out there’s a lot of fashion angles to the show, as I found with a quick search.
It’s a return to Devil’s End and more trials for Olive Hawthorne in my Halloween story The Rites of Mabon. Thanks to the team at The Doctor Who Companion for the opportunity. I hope you enjoy it, and happy Halloween! +++ Message Ends +++
Over on The Doctor Who Companion, a group of us are celebrating this year’s Halloween with some new stories. Set in the Doctor Who universe, they don’t feature the Doctor him/herself. I’m taking part, but there’s a whole range of stories to look forward to. The news piece is: INTRODUCING THE DWC’S HALLOWEEN FICTION PROJECT. !!! Message Ends !!!
A quick mention for the Joshua N Stevens blog Pure Historical. As the name suggests, it’s a blog dedicated to the idea of exploring world history through Doctor Who. It’s a different idea and if you’re interested in some more serious essays, why not take a look? Joshua is also trying to crowdfund his costs (maybe I…
Well done Den of Geek for their amusing post 50 things for Doctor Who fans to do before they die. If nothing else, it’s an excuse to watch Colin Baker at al in Doctor in Distress. Brilliant! ^^^ Message Ends ^^^
A group of us on the Doctor Who Companion pooled thoughts on The Lie of the Land. Very mixed reactions, and for a change I’m at the positive end of the crowd! The results are: HERE’S WHAT THE DOCTOR WHO COMPANION THOUGHT OF THE LIE OF THE LAND! +++ Message Ends +++