10 Year Anniversary Of Carlisle Floods!

As the 10-year anniversary of the devastating Tsunami floods, comes around. Which wiped out half of Thailand in 2004. Cumbrian thoughts turn to another flood event, on a much smaller and local scale; the 10 year anniversary of the Carlisle … Continue reading

NEW DR WHO REVIEW : “An Adventure In Space And Time” & “Night Of The Doctor” – 50th Anniversary Special – (Spoilers!)

If Saturday’s ‘Day Of The Doctor’ – 50th anniversary special fails to live upto the hype, then we will always have tonights BBC 2 drama – ‘An Adventure In Space And Time’ to reach back for. A definite high point … Continue reading

NEW DR WHO REVIEW : “The Name Of The Doctor” – S7 – E14/16 – 50th Anniversary Special – (Spoilers!)

So we finally get to the endgame for this season of Who. Hot topic on everyones lips was; the Doctor’s ‘real’ name and who or what is Clara? The episode began with a clever montage of Clara appearing at intervals … Continue reading

NEW DR WHO REVIEW : “Nightmare In Silver” – S7 – E13/16 – (Spoilers!)

Another filler epi tonight, before next weeks season wrap up and hopefully some Clara origin related answers will be forthcoming. Before then the Doctor took Clara and the two annoying children Clara babysits – Angie & Artie, into the far … Continue reading

New Series Of Doctor Who/50th Anniversary In 3D

A newly released promotional image for Doctor Who, gives away more potential clues about whats coming in the (second half) of the latest series – than at first glance. The image, which features Matt Smith and new assistant Jenna-Louise Coleman … Continue reading

50th Anniversary Of The Genesis Of Doctor Who

BBC are currently producing a drama about the beginnings of Doctor Who entitled ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’, as part of a tribute to the 50th anniversary. Most interestingly, actor David Bradley (Filch – the Hogwarts caretaker from Harry … Continue reading

Titanic 100th Anniversary

The 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic came and went yesterday (15 April). With James Cameron’s Titanic movie pointlessly bastardized into 3D at the Cinema, a new lower (than low) budget ITV drama and re-repeats of every … Continue reading