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Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Revisited – Last Christmas

It’s Christmas Eve! Each day, in the build up to Christmas, TGT writers have been taking a look back at the Doctor’s previous festive adventures. We conclude here with a look at the most recent Special, Last Christmas. The move to autumn has often been attributed as a large reason for the recent drop in…

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Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Revisited – The Snowmen

Each day leading up to Christmas, we will be looking back at the Doctor’s previous festive adventures, with a different TGT writer reviewing each episode. In this review, killer snowmen are abound and an impossible girl returns… ‘The Snowmen’ is a particularly intriguing addition to the run of Doctor Who Christmas specials, as it takes…

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Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Revisited – The Next Doctor

A quick history lesson. The year is 2008. A brilliant fourth series of new Doctor Who has concluded on television with the wonderful combination of David Tennant and Catherine Tate delighting viewers throughout their 13 episode run. That October Tennant is playing Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford Upon Avon and so is…

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Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Revisited – The Runaway Bride

Each day leading up to Christmas and ‘The Husbands of River Song’, we will be looking back at the Doctor’s previous festive adventures with a different TGT writer reviewing each episode. Today, we have a bride on the run… As is always the way with Doctor Who when one story ends, the next one begins. With…

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Doctor Who: Christmas Specials Revisited – The Christmas Invasion

Each day leading up to Christmas, we will be looking back at the Doctor’s previous festive adventures, with a different TGT writer reviewing each episode. Kicking off our Christmas episode countdown, Ben reviews the first Christmas Special, 2005’s The Christmas Invasion. There was something I had to tell you, something important. What was it? No,…

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