You could write about the Second Doctor for the DWAS

The Doctor Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) is planning the 2020 Christmas special edition of The Celestial Toyroom Annual. This year the theme is the Second Doctor. They are asking for writers, including those new to DWAS so why not take a look at their post on the DWAS site here: Celestial Toyroom Annual 2021. ***…

The Kroton Annual 1969

On the assumption we’d all like a little distraction at the moment, here’s the cover for the 1969 Robert Holmes Kroton Annual. Not mine, it’s the work of Paul Cooke. Enjoy! __= Message Ends =__

See The Faceless Ones at the BFI this February

February 29, 2020 the British Film Institute (BFI) will show the reconstructed / animated The Faceless Ones. This missing Second Doctor story will be shown at 12 pm and there’s a Q&A with Anneke Wills. Tickets on sale from 14 January from the BFI. The DVD is released later this year! *** Message Ends ***

Doctor Who on Boxing Day?!

Good news, there will be Doctor Who on Boxing Day this year (2019). The (perhaps) less good news – it’s every available classic episode streamed on new service BritBox as reported on The Doctor Who Companion: EVERY SURVIVING EPISODE OF CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO COMING TO BRITBOX ON BOXING DAY. Enjoy! *** Message Ends ***

The DWC reaches Season 10!

Time flies (if that means anything when dealing with Doctor Who!) and the DWC is already up to Season 10 in its scrutiny of the show. It’s Rick Lundeen who guides us through the events of this solid season’s entertainment. It’s all here: REVIEWED: DOCTOR WHO SEASON 10 – RETURNS AND FAREWELLS.

The DWC looks at seasons 3, 4 and 5!

The Doctor Who Companion is gathering pace with its voyage through the show’s television history. They’ve looked at Season 3, said farewell to Hartnell’s First Doctor, welcomed Troughton’s Second Doctor, met many a companion, said farewell to many more and introduced many alien races along the way. Seen in such breadth and at such pace,…

One final step for the Doctor?

Fifty years ago (July 21, 1969, at 02:56:15 UTC) Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon. It’s an important event (see NASA), and, conspiracy theories aside, marked a step change in the human psyche. It also could well have marked the end of Doctor Who…

The Faceless Ones to be animated

Lots of reports today on the news of the animation of The Faceless Ones, one of many part-missing Doctor Who adventures for the Second Doctor. Among other things it’s the final outing for Ben and Polly as companions.