If you read any of my previous posts on the subject, you will see that I wasn't in favour of a female Doctor Who. Not for any sexist reasons, just to reiterate (and to save you from having to look up ancient posts). My objection was from the point of view of consistency of character, … Continue reading Who’s Good
And now - and at long last - my final post (at least for now) concerning Doctor Who and the awkward numbering situation of all his/her incarnations. So: the order established as of the current date: William Hartnell Patrick Troughton Jon Pertwee Tom Baker Peter Davison Colin Baker Sylvester McCoy Paul McGann John Hurt Christopher … Continue reading Who’s Last
Oops. Silly comment in my post this morning. It was, of course, the mixed doubles that happened after the men's final today. Never mind - might have been appropriate, I suppose. Anyway, now we know. We have a female Doctor. Not a move I'm in favour of, I have to admit. Not for any sexist … Continue reading Who’s Next
So. Apparently, we will be learning the identity of the new Doctor after the men's singles final at Wimbledon today. I'm hoping it's a good omen that it's not going to be announced after the ladies doubles. Narmean?
Looking forward like mad to tomorrow's (nearly today's) 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who - surely one of the greatest TV programmes ever created! It has, though, thrown up a bit of a conundrum to us Who fans. Or rather, the very brief mini-episode that's currently airing on a time-loop on the BBC Red Button … Continue reading Now Who’s Who?