Showing posts from November, 2011

Issue 8 - OUT NOW!!!

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ISSUE IS NOW SOLD OUT The final Issue of 2011 - and if the death threats I've been receiving are to be believed - it is the last Issue EVER! (So we've pulled out all the stops!) In This Issue Series 6 (Part 2) Reviews Convention reports from London and Sydney! It's Been A Wonderful Adventure - Was The Sarah Jane Adventures a success? The Other Season 12 - What would it be like if Jon Pertwee had have stayed on? Dress Karen Gillan - YOUR chance to finger her knick-knacks And Much More (honest) To order this 44-page bundle of joy, simply send the below payments to us via paypal UK: £2.00 Rest of The World: £3.00 (prices include P+P) Please send the payment as a gift (along with your name and address) to If you don't have PayPal, you can pay via one of the methods below.  The payment is undertaken by PayPal, but you won't need to sign up for anything.  Please note that the extra 20p is to c

Happy 48th Birthday Doctor Who!

It's this point of the year where Doctor Who fans all over the world dig out their old episodes and celebrate the birthday of our favourite programme.  Not many television programmes can have such an hold over their viewers, which just shows how successful it is.  Who would have thought that 8-episode children's show would last 48 years and be so loved all around the world? Like last year, we've done some digging around and are proud to present a interview with Tom Baker, Mary Tamm and Carole Ann Ford, on Nationwide in 1978 - Doctor Who's 15th anniversary.  Tom is on top form and its well worth checking out! Enjoy and make sure you watch an episode later!

Cash Cows Go To Cardiff!

As I write this, the BBC (or BBC Worldwide) have dropped a bollock by announcing an official convention, with Matt Smith and Steven Moffat. Great news! Well, not really. To get into the convention, you have to part with £99 which doesn’t include autographs ( £20/25 per signature, depending on whichever person you want to sign) and photographs at the same price.  All that is before you have to think about travel to and from Cardiff, food, drink and all mounts up. I’m not for one minute saying that you shouldn’t go, as that’s up to you, but surely you can see that this is just a blatant rip-off? Using Doctor Who as a tool to rake in money in the most obscene way possible – by ripping off the very people who love it. And I’ve not even mentioned the best bit yet – Children aren’t really welcome... You heard me right, Children and Families - the very people the show is made for, are NOT advised to attend. What does the convention contain? Lapdancers with Cybermen mask