Twitch is streaming all of classic Doctor Who, but sorting out Australian streaming times could be tricky. I got bored, so I sorted out times and dates. Warning: Contains traces of terrible time puns.
So we have a new Doctor, and the internet is predictably up in arms about the casting choice being female. Here’s why that doesn’t matter.
Some thoughts in no particular order about the latest episode of Doctor Who, and season 10 in general. Contains spoilers.
If reading that headline didn’t get your head humming the theme tune, then there’s no hope for you. Everyone else, let’s go: Diddly dum, diddly dum, diddly dum dooooo…
Streaming services like Netflix are lauded for their wide library and ease of use, but we’re all too happy to turn on them when we don’t get what we want.
Because Who needs sleep?* I certainly don’t, given that the ABC’s confirmed it’s going to be fast-tracking the new season of Doctor Who for iView access on September 20th.
Series 9 of Doctor Who will air on the ABC on Sunday 20th of September, but there’s still no word on whether we’ll see simulcast or early iView access this year.
Mmm.. fresh hype. The Doctor Who Festival is coming down under, bringing twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi and current showrunner Steven Moffat along with it.
The BBC is experimenting with offering a 10 episode “box set” of Doctor Who episodes via BitTorrent. Hurrah for experimentation — but don’t expect it to change much in the way of pirate behaviour.
Murray Gold’s music for Doctor Who has been one of the more divisive aspects of “new” Doctor Who ever since the series reappeared in 2005. When it’s performed live, however, it really gets time to breathe.