❉ What is it about The Invasion that makes it a quintessential Doctor Who? Derrick Sherwin’s influence on the series cannot be underestimated, writes Michael Seely.
❉ As the Doctor, Jodie Whittaker continues to surprise and entertain, writes Robert Fairclough in our latest new series review.
❉ The first 3 volumes of Obverse Books’s new range covers the entire run of one of the oddest, creepiest, most cerebral series of them all…
❉ ‘The defiantly humanist, brilliantly written series I fell in love with all those years ago is well and truly back’, writes Rob Fairclough.
❉ The Black Archive’s twenty-fourth release makes for a thorough and far-reaching thesis that cannot fail to impress.
❉ Jodie Whittaker continues to shine and banish further into the misogynistic past the suggestion that only a man can play the Doctor.
❉ We Are Cult’s Kara Dennison reviews the Thirteenth Doctor’s debut. Let’s get a shift on!
❉ An appreciation of the six segments that make up Doctor Who’s first season ‘arc’, broadcast Autumn 1978.
❉ At eight hour long episodes, this is a slow burner of a serial and needs commitment to reach to the end but it is worth sticking at.
❉ Doctor who? Doctor Omega! We chat with writer John Peel about the new series of books based on Arnould Galopin’s 1906 novel.