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Review of Doctor Who Infinity The Orphans of the Polyoptra

Doctor Who Infinity The Orphans of the Polyoptra

Review by Suzanne Tiny Rebel Games has finally released their highly anticipated Doctor Who Infinity game on Steam. The Orphans of the Polyoptra is the second of three stories available for purchase and features the Third Doctor and Jo Grant, who find themselves during WWII bombings in 1942. I was really looking forward to play the…

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William Russell to appear at Time Eddy III

William Russell, who played companion Ian Chesterton; Eric Roberts, who played the Master; Matthew Waterhouse, who played companion Adric; and Katy Manning, who played companion Jo Grant, are all appearing at this year’s Time Eddy III convention in Wichita Kansas, USA. Wichita’s Time Eddy convention wanted to end its three year run with a bang…

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Doctor Who Magazine #508 Out Now

The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine (#508) – available now – is a special issue taking a look back at the show during the 1970s. For this month’s issue the magazine brought together Jo Grant actress Katy Manning with one of her biggest fans, Doctor Who writer and actor Mark Gatiss. In this excerpt…

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Doctor Who – The Companion Chronicles: The Scorchies (March 2013) Review

Big Finish March 2013 Release Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles 7.09 The ScorchiesCast: Katy Manning (Jo / Scorchies), Melvyn Hayes (Scorchies) Written by: James Goss Directed by: Ken Bentley Songs composed by: Richard Fox and Lauren Yason Reviewed by Neil Matthews for The Gallifrey Times This review may contain spoilers. Plenty of people have made…

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Doctor Who Convention Set To Invade Swansea

One of the best-known UK conventions celebrating Doctor Who is returning to Swansea – just down the road from Cardiff where the TV programme is now made. ‘Regenerations’ takes place on 22-23 September at The Village Hotel, Swansea.  Guest stars include Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy (6th and 7th Doctors), Sir Derek Jacobi and Geoffrey Beevers…

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