Something exciting from Penguin Books: 100 Illustrated Adventures. What makes this notable is it’s 100 episodes chosen across Doctor Who, from the First to the Twelfth Doctors, with each illustrated by either a fan or professional artist and also including facts about the episode.
As part of this year’s BBC Charity marathon Red Nose Day, there is a chance to have breakfast with not one, not two but seven Doctors! Yes, you can start the day with Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi!
The Doctor Who Appreciation Society has released as free Celestia Toyroom Annual 2017 in pdf format. It centres on the Seventh Doctor and Ace. The annual can be downloaded from the DWAS website. ]]] Message Ends [[[
After a bit of a break, Stuart Manning has posted a new poster for a classic Doctor Who story; this time The Happiness Patrol. A much derided (for its costumes / props) this is actually one of my favourite Seventh Doctor stories (see my review). Fingers crossed more soon! (*) Message Ends (*)
I reviewed the rather delightful Time Lord Letters over on Starburst. This is a brilliantly simple idea brought to Doctor Who fans thanks to Justin Richards. If you want to more, the review is TIME LORD LETTERS. ::: Message Ends :::
The Mirror is reporting details from season nine: Doctor Who to fight tallest ever Briton who plays alien living in Loch Ness. The feature leads on Neil Fingleton, a very tall actor who plays an alien called The Fisher King living in Loch Ness. The piece also mentions the Fourth Doctor story, (Terror of the Zygons) and the Sixth Doctor story Timelash (in…
I know the latest Doctor Who Magazine (DWM) is only just out, and I have yet to read mine but some snippets are already being widely reported. From the cover we see Sylvester will be talking Seventh Doctor, and the Radio Times on DWM 486 mention Moffat talking about where Missy might sit in the Master’s timeline (before Simms?)…