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February 2010


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"Doctor Who" - The revolutionary.

This week we have seen several stories about the show trying to stir up opposition against Margaret Thatcher in the '80's. How much of this is true is unknow but the stories have hit several of the UK nespaper websites.

 

Here is one from Digital Spy:

'Who' tried to exterminate Thatcher in '80s?

 

The Guardian:

'Doctor Who tried to exterminate Thatcher'

 

The Mirror (Daily Mirror):

Doctor Who's revolution flopped

 

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Matt kisses a ...guy?

http://mattsmith.freewebsites.com/stage.htm

 

That's Matt Smith in a play called Citizenship which was shown with two other short plays in a feature called Burn/Chatroom/Citizenship

Citizenship
a new play by Mark Ravenhill
A bittersweet comedy about growing up, following a boy's frank and messy search to discover his sexual identity.
'One of his very best plays. Ravenhill captures excellently the sexual insecurity of adolescence as well as the infinite curiosity.'

Here's more info, if you'd like...

Should DW just end already?

Looking at the inane comments Moffat make in the past two DW Magazines and continuing to listen to and read the audios and comics and novels, I have to ask, controversially: should DW just end?

I mean the bulk of all of it is reallym, truly boring an truly disabling to the good stuff. ANY  of us can write a standard DW plot: there are only about fiveof them and even that is narrowed down by the new show which always has to include an alien of some sort.

Invasion: there's a base under siege or the entire world and there's bog standard military people running around, there's death(S) first, then a monster. The Doctor kills it.

THE FUGITIVE

Okay this tv series is without a doubt, the best show ever made. I tend to think that of its genre it is the best but honestly even out of its genre, it's still the best.

It SAYS something about people, law, humanity, good vs bad, bad vs good, conformity, etc. It just is so good and no movie, no matter how good could capture those 120 episodes of greatness. No new series could do that either. The movie is just slightly okay compared to the original show and as for theTim Daly remake show, pfffttt, pass it up. There will never be another David Jansen, just as there will never be another Richard Basehart or Guy Williams or Jonathan Harris. Or Martin Landau and Darren McGavin. Or Carol O Conner.

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Alien Invasion Week

The Website UKTV is holding an Alien Invasion Week at the Moment.  To which They have put up an New Online Torchwood Comic.  Also available is an older very Stilized Torchwood comic too.

Also available is an Interview with John Barrowman,  And links to The Upcomming Re-showing of Torchwood: Children of Earth staring Monday the 15th at 9pm on Sky Channel 109 and Virgin Media Channel 124.  Also being shown on the Same Channels is the Doctor Who TV Movie Staring Slyvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook and Eric Roberts.  And this is being shown Thursday 18th February, at 10.20pm. follow the Link below to get to the UKTV website. http://uktv.co.uk/watch/homepage/sid/7305

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 183

"I'm not suprised. They gave up teaching that some two thousand years ago, even on Gallifrey."

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 183
Running Time: 1:44:12

Our annual Gallifrey One preview show previewing Gallifrey 21, plus Who Party Toronto update, the Germany Report with Graeme Sheridan, and more.

Hosted by Louis Trapani, James Naughton, Ken Deep, and Mike Doran

Doctor Who: Podshock 183 Cover

Doctor Who: Podshock 183 Cover

Cover art for Doctor Who: Podshock 183 - our annual preview show for Gallifrey One. We preview Gallifrey 21 in this episode.

Graeme Sheridan

Graeme Sheridan, "The Germany Report" Guy

Graeme was born in Lanark, Scotland in 1972 and has been a Doctor Who fan for as long as he can Remember, his first memory being Tom Baker in Genesis of the Daleks.

After serving in the British Army for 13 years, serving in places such as Kosovo, Bosnia, Germany, and Canada. He settled in Germany due to slightly better job prospects, and squeezes in podcasting between security duties. He is responsible for "The Germany Report" section of Doctor Who: Podshock, and heads up two podcasts of his own, Professor How the "Doctor Who Parody" Podcast and B-movie invasion "The Classic Sci-fi Podcast" both available on iTunes.

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Correspondent Graeme Sheridan

Correspondent Graeme Sheridan

"The Germany Report" guy - Correspondent for Doctor Who: Podshock, Graeme Sheridan

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