Using the classic role-playing-game grid of good-to-evil, lawful-to-chaotic, we see how Doctor Who characters past and present align themselves…or fail to be so defined.
If you had just one shot (daresay, one opportunity) to catch the attention of a new viewer with a single episode of Doctor Who based only on their preferred TV genre…could you name it?
With a virtually limitless interior space, you’d think we’d see a lot more of the extraneous TARDIS rooms on the program by now. So what might we find?
If you were to attribute a drink to each iteration of The Doctor, what might it be? We each come up with a list of beverages that we feel matches every regeneration’s persona.
This week, we reflect on 400 podcast episodes, hear from some lovely listeners, and have a brilliant conversation with The Sevateem about their new project “Resurrection Part Two”.
This week, we take a glance at the non-news items (listicles, opinion articles, etc.) that tend to dominate our feed during those times when actual Doctor Who news is rather thin.
As the GPR signal winds its way into an eighth year on the Internet, Jay and Keir “discover” an early conversation (we write this in the ‘Sarcastica’ font) from the 2012 planning stages.
From the superfans, to the casual viewer, to the brand-new to the program, there are challenges in keeping interest in the Doctor Who franchise strong during an indeterminate filming hiatus, and an ever-changing set of access points to aired content.
It wasn’t anything like what we expected, and even less what we predicted, but with Series 12 now behind us we reflect on the wild ten-week ride we just experienced.
When official word on the progress, production, or even pulse of Series 12 development is far and few between, even the most devoted fans start wondering what’s going on behind the curtain.