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RE: Doctor Who - 13/2/2015 12:41:44 PM   
spark1

 

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a bit of s9 news-


http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/02/block-two-gets-underway.html



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RE: Doctor Who - 17/2/2015 1:14:38 PM   
spark1

 

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study 'who'-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/02/study-doctor-who.html

http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2015-02-16/doctor-who-incredible-fan-made-video-shows-the-tardis-dematerialising-in-a-whole-new-way

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RE: Doctor Who - 19/2/2015 12:14:28 PM   
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spoiler-















http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/02/missy-190215100008.html

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RE: Doctor Who - 5/3/2015 1:27:42 PM   
spark1

 

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this month's DWM with a moff interview-


http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/DWM484-0503151200008.html


seems clara was written out of the show last year but ms colman changed her mind with 'last xmas'.



http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2015-03-05/doctor-whos-missy-reveals-her-evil-book-of-choice-for-world-book-day

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RE: Doctor Who - 6/3/2015 2:21:45 PM   
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http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2015-03-05/jenna-coleman-was-originally-going-to-leave-doctor-who-at-the-end-of-series-8

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RE: Doctor Who - 8/3/2015 11:31:36 AM   
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new 'who' s sisters of space/time-

http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2015-03-08/doctor-who-marks-international-womens-day-with-a-special-tardis-picture

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RE: Doctor Who - 9/3/2015 12:00:51 PM   
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40 years since 'genesis'-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/moments-in-time-081315113008.html


a gamechanger and maybe the first act in the time wars too?

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RE: Doctor Who - 9/3/2015 2:16:39 PM   
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horror channel coming to freeview soon. I hope classic 'who' is still on rotation there.

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RE: Doctor Who - 9/3/2015 5:47:43 PM   
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Guys, where do you watch the show?

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RE: Doctor Who - 9/3/2015 7:08:41 PM   
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RE: Doctor Who - 10/3/2015 11:29:58 AM   
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update-

horror channel freeview will start this friday on channel no.70-

http://www.horrorchannel.co.uk/doctorwho/shows.php




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RE: Doctor Who - 17/3/2015 11:35:30 AM   
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mark gatiss is back writing for s9.

'blink' wins RT's poll of the best of new 'who'-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/radiotimes-170315101508.html

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RE: Doctor Who - 19/3/2015 3:14:54 PM   
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was classic 'who' doomed by 1988?-

http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/doctor-who/34411/doctor-who-the-1988-report-that-sounded-its-death-knell

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RE: Doctor Who - 20/3/2015 10:46:44 AM   
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DWM's special edition on the master out now-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/the-essential-doctor-who-master.html

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RE: Doctor Who - 26/3/2015 1:37:23 PM   
spark1

 

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'a trip of a lifetime' started this day 10 years ago-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/ten-years-on-trip-of-lifetime.html

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s7/doctor-who/feature/a637926/doctor-who-looking-back-on-2005s-rose-10-years-on.html#~p82PfKBKe8A3Gi


still going strong........

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RE: Doctor Who - 27/3/2015 11:16:20 AM   
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lots of great new 'who' anniversary bits at www.radiotimes.com

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/happy-birthday260315180008.html

next month's DWM 10th anniversary special-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/dwm485-260315224508.html


I know some have reservations about the show, especially with the moff in charge, but for me the show is still one of the best and still capable of surprising and entertaining viewers.


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RE: Doctor Who - 28/3/2015 10:50:14 AM   
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more 'who, news'-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/big-finish-licence-extended-to-2020.html

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/03/new-bus-named-after-john-nathan-turner.html

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RE: Doctor Who - 30/3/2015 3:13:31 PM   
spark1

 

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GoT star cast in a s9 two parter-

http://www.gamesradar.com/maisie-williams-joins-doctor-who-series-9-cast/

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RE: Doctor Who - 30/3/2015 3:33:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: spark1

GoT star cast in a s9 two parter-

http://www.gamesradar.com/maisie-williams-joins-doctor-who-series-9-cast/


Woo! And indeed..Hoo!

Had to happen sooner or later but that's great news. Really pleased with that.

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RE: Doctor Who - 1/4/2015 11:31:42 AM   
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forget any stuff about a crossover and just check out this brilliant new 'who' anniversary clip included-

http://www.darkhorizons.com/news/36402/will-we-get-a-sherlock-doctor-who-crossover

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RE: Doctor Who - 2/4/2015 5:37:46 AM   
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When is Moffat gonna do the Whovians a big favour and walk away. The biggest problem with his tenure is that the scripts bar the odd few are terrible and it's been a huge waste of the talents of Smith and Capaldi in the role. Let somebody else get behind the console and maybe then we can get rid of the god awful Missy.

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RE: Doctor Who - 2/4/2015 2:14:13 PM   
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When is Moffat gonna do the Whovians a big favour and walk away. The biggest problem with his tenure is that the scripts bar the odd few are terrible and it's been a huge waste of the talents of Smith and Capaldi in the role. Let somebody else get behind the console and maybe then we can get rid of the god awful Missy.


You heard the man Tubbs, get undressed...



Taking fan speculation to new heights, here's a whimsical article on who The Doctor might vote for in the coming GE...

http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2015/04/who-would-doctor-who-vote


I've had a lot of fun thinking about this on my lunch break and I think ultimately he'd cast his vote in the favour of the Greens.

Conservatives: By their very nature Time Lords are the quintessential "One Nation Tory" party. Aware of their elevated intellect they feel a Patriarchal duty to the welfare of all...but not necessarily comitted to the elevation of all. The Doctor of course is pure renegade, rebel Time Lord. ALWAYS suspicious of big business (no corporation in DW was ever benign) he'd place education above prosperity as a priority. He might think Michael Gove had an idea with his love of Academies... but's that so last year and Guardian reading Comp-teaching Clara would have bollocked him out of any good from that quarter a long time ago.

Labour: In civilisations where the Doctor has witnessed a division between elites and an underclass he ALWAYS sides with the dirty-faced bearskin wearers. He's facilitated many a revolution on the side of the proletariat but strangely enough has never revisited those planets to see how the executive branch are getting along. In the same way he can be neither Old Tory or New Tory the Doctor would be naturally suspicious of Old Labour's "big state" expansion and New Labour's regulatory abandon. Can he trust Ed Miliband's party to represent only the best facets of Old and New? Maybe. Maybe he'd think Ed was looking tired...

Liberal Democrats: The LD's are pretty much the Shadow Proclamation of an alliance. I'm sure he appreciates their principles and attempts at fairness in social justice but they're proved themselves too willing to default on promises and go along with the bad guys if they happen to sound authoritative enough. Wasted vote.

UKIP: The Doctor has seen his fair share of aliens, coming over here...taking our jobs, taking our wimmin, the inert souls of plastic shop dummies. And while a conscious defender of Little England and British capitals, (specific from defending a wider-Europe or Earth-based policy) The Doctor has never been jaded by a few bad 'uns not to place the diversity of life and cultures as *the* highest pinnacle of existence. No chance would he encourage these jokers.

The Green Party: It's survival of planets innit? But far from being a one-issue party the Greens are big promoters of equality, all types of equality but mainly on economic equality where they will build social housing on a plywood budget. Fans of the classic series will know this is very much how the diverse worlds The Doctor visited were all constructed, from this cost effective semi-precious material.

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RE: Doctor Who - 4/4/2015 11:17:52 AM   
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Guys, where do you watch the show?



http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/04/doctor-who-on-bit-torrent-legally.html




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RE: Doctor Who - 7/4/2015 11:06:05 AM   
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5 more years of new 'who'?-

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s7/doctor-who/news/a639979/steven-moffat-doctor-who-will-last-for-a-minimum-of-5-more-years.html#~p9agRApYZpm8ki, DEBUG : ISO-8859-1:

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RE: Doctor Who - 15/4/2015 11:27:15 AM   
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the moff should stand down by next year while breaking in a replacement showrunner, companion and dr by 2017.

http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/doctor-who/34980/doctor-who-is-it-time-for-a-new-companion-in-the-tardis

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/4/2015 11:18:06 AM   
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a new DWM special out now-

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2015/04/art-of-doctor-who-160415194508.html

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