by Beth Axford The discovery of a world like Doctor Who tends to start a personal journey that many usually do not forget. Whether you discovered it as a child … Continue reading Doctor Who and Mental Health: Why does it have such a positive effect on ours?
By Beth Axford Doctor Who has always been known for wading in on things going on in the real world. From it’s very beginning in 1963, the show has been … Continue reading Is Doctor Who doing enough to create awareness about our environment?
The big news this month is the release of The Macra Terror – a second Doctor story currently missing from the BBC archives. All four parts were wiped to save space … Continue reading The Macra Terror review – everything you need to know about the animation
By Beth Axford Whether you celebrate it or not, Christmas is a special holiday for many. It’s a time of rest and giving, for spending with family and loved ones… … Continue reading Christmas without Who
There is no doubt that the Punjab of 1947 was populated with far more than its fair share of demons, and did not need any alien assassins to help with … Continue reading Demonology and The Doctor: Demons of the Punjab review by Diksha Bhugra
Now that The Tsuranga Conundrum has hit our screens, we’re officially half way through series 11 of Doctor Who. We’ve been from Sheffield 2018 to the 67th century – with spiders, spaceships and … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 11: Our Half-way Verdict
“I have a duty of care.” These words spoken so often by the 12th Doctor are what immediately spring to mind when I reflect over this week’s episode of Who. … Continue reading The Spirit of Rosa by Samantha Harden
From the moment I happened upon Matt Smith dipping fish fingers into custard on an iTunes promotion, I knew I would love Doctor Who. But I wasn’t prepared for how … Continue reading Companions in Color by Samantha Harden