Who-ology regenerates

The rather splendid Who-ology by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright is regenerating! It was already a very good book, but as it was out for the 50th anniversary, is now more than four years old! [Where does the time go?] We are promised an update covering all the Twelfth Doctor and I wonder if we will get…

The almost Day of the Doctor

Full marks to Bleeding Cool for their article How Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary Looked When Christopher Eccleston Was Still In It – And Billie Piper Wasn’t. Drawn from the recent release by storyboard creator Andrew Wildman of sketches from Day of the Doctor it gives a fascinating glimpse of the anniversary show we could have had.

Cornell scientists and Traversable Achronal Retrograde Domains In Spacetime

In an attempt to move this blog to a more highbrow, or at least academic status, I’d like to point out a research paper by two Cornell University scientists, Benjamin K Tippett and David Tsang. Titled[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””] Traversable Achronal Retrograde Domains In Spacetime[/inlinetweet], it is a fascinating contemplation of some spacetime geometries that could be…

The return of You and Who

As part of the show’s 50th anniversary, JR Southall edited a fan sourced collection of Doctor Who essays called You and Who. If you don’t remember (or weren’t a visitor to this blog in 2013), I reviewed it here. There were also two follow on books and all three have a special place in my memory…