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Otherstide is a Gallifreyan holiday which celebrates the “founding fathers” of Gallifrey: Rassilon, Omega, and mainly, the Other. Coincidentally, or not, the Doctor’s naming day occurred on Otherstide. Anywho, celebrating a 2010 Christmas came twelve articles, one for each Doctor, analyzing their characters, putting the times into context. Written by awesome fans and writers such as Paul Cornell (Human Nature, Father’s Day). [link] Review [link] [link]
Two stories: The Girl Who Waited and The Wedding of River Song. Praise for both. Interesting for those who didn’t like these stories (or did). Analyzing the Doctor in relation to The Girl Who Waited: [link] Music Video [link] [link] [link] [link] [link]
The first two celebrating the entire show, the third drawing parallels across incarnations, a new Who tribute, and a death count for RTD Who. The Show [link] [link] [link] [link]
Pointing out features of a funny 7th Doctor scene, celebrating the Cybermen, brilliant moments of new Who, and a Project Manager’s guide to Castrovalva, a 5th Doctor story in which the Master fails. Utterly. Gallifrey [link] [link]
Educate yourself on Time Lord history. There was more than one Time War and speculation on Gallifreyan geography. (There was also a Time War involving vampires, thanks to Rassilon.) Impact [link] [link] [link]
Twelve ways the Doctor changed history, and an interview with Christopher Eccleston before Rose aired. This was when Doctor Who hadn’t been on the air in 16 years, everybody was afraid that they would screw it up and ruin the show forever. And then Doctor Who in relation to politics and how it made one man a liberal. Psychic Cube [link]
Is here to deliver an important message all hardcore Whovians might need reminder of from time to time. Plus observations about the Doctor Who fandom in general. Audio Dramas [link]
Big Finish isn’t the only one who loves to make them about the Doctor. Full on fan productions take their own crack at it. The first fanproduction is by BrokenSea, and the latter is a special production called The Minister of Chance, a podcast series of episodes. Featuring our own Paul McGann (8) and Sylvester McCoy (7), Julian Wadham (The Iron Lady) and Lauren Crace (EastEnders). The best part about these productions? They’re free. It’s a good way to get into the medium of audio dramas without the prices of Big Finish. Though Big Finish outstrips the first link in quality by far. More
The Ginger Doctor and regular bloke John Smith: [link]
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Dalek: On Coke [link] In Snow: [link]
Time Lords: [link]
Another big update for you guys. I’m making up for it all.
Yes, that's right, you're going. You've been gone for ages. You're already gone. You're still here. You've just arrived. I haven't even met you yet. It all depends on who you are and how you look at it. Strange business, time.7th Doctor, Dragonfire