Mega-spoiler-warning, obviously. But, blimey…
Before I analyse, let me say this: that was absolutely spectacular.
I have to say that first simply because for the last 20 minutes I was absolutely riveted by the action on screen and I found myself near the point of crying out at the tv for Noble Donna to do what needed to be done.
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This episode is a very strange one because I do believe I liked it, and it told some interesting concepts is a very tight manner.
We begin on the leisure planet of â€˜Midnight.â€™ Itâ€™s an isolated location because the planet is found in orbit of an extonic star which emits a radiation type that prevents any form of life as we know it from existing outside of sheltered habitat. Also, thereâ€™s no kind of atmosphere so that prevents the whole breathing process quite handily.Read More…
According to the Telegraph, Doctor Who actor David Tennant is currently seeing his co-star Georgia Moffett, who plays his on-screen daughter. Yes, although its none of our business, the relationship between Tennant, 37, and Moffett, 23, is raising some eyebrows. […]
Itâ€™s very hard being in love with a television show, because you absolutely want to love it all and give it the best possible score you can. Except that wouldnâ€™t be fair.
That said, â€˜Silence in the Libraryâ€™ is another winner this year for Doctor Who.
After leading Doctor Who‘s revival, executive producer and head writer Russel T. Davies is to step down from the show, according to an announcement by the BBC today. Davies will remain in charge for the four specials set to air […]
In-depth: And weâ€™re back on form again! Quite simply, this episode was firing on all cylinders from the onset. I donâ€™t know if itâ€™s the period setting, the writersâ€™ strength, the familiarity with the central historical figure, or just damn good comic timing, but this episode is another example of how Iâ€™ll be able to quite happily just watch one episode after another of this series when it is released on DVD.