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Doctor Who: Twelve For Twelve- The Eleventh Hour (Eleventh Doctor)

The Tenth Doctor has regenerated into a feisty, fun and fabulous Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith. He takes his first trip into the unknown in The Eleventh Hour. The highly undiscovered actor trusts us into believing he is The Doctor, following from the steps of the incredibly popular Doctor, David Tennant. Although the episode may not…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve – Rose Review (Ninth Doctor)

Looking back on last year’s tremendous 50th anniversary celebrations, it may be hard to imagine Doctor Who being anything other than a roaring success. However, rewind ten years to 2003 and the 40th anniversary was a different story… Doctor Who hadn’t aired since 1989 and the 1996 Paul McGann TV Movie had failed to pique…

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Doctor Who: Twelve For Twelve – The War Doctor

On today’s Twelve for Twelve, we’re taking a look at John Hurt’s War Doctor, introduced in last year’s The Name of the Doctor. “I’ve had many faces, many lives. I don’t admit to all of them and there’s one life I’ve tried very hard to forget.” The 11th Doctor viewing and remembering the painting known…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve – TV Movie (Eighth Doctor)

Reviewed by TGT writer Andrew Newby. This movie gives us the onscreen debut of the 8th Doctor as played by the multi talented Paul McGann – known to Whovians for this film, and more widely, for 8th Doctor enthusiasts, his audio portrayal of the Doctor in many Big Finish dramas where the 8th Doctor is…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve – The Twin Dilemma Review (Sixth Doctor)

“Whatever else happens, I am the Doctor, whether you like it or not.”  Many would think I’ve drawn the short straw with reviewing this story, but you know what… I kind of like it. Although Colin Baker’s era gets a lot of criticism, there are some real gems in the episodes, especially in his performance…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve – Castrovalva Review (Fifth Doctor)

The beginning of 1982 was something of a watershed moment for Doctor Who. The show had just faced the departure of its long-time star, Tom Baker, whose toothy grin, wild curls and trademark long scarf had impressed themselves upon a whole generation of fans. However, Baker’s seven years in the TARDIS proved to be both…

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Doctor Who: Twelve for Twelve – Robot (Fourth Doctor)

You may be ‘a’ Doctor, but I’m ‘the’ Doctor. The definite article, you might say. By the 1970s, people had gotten used to the fact that the Doctor regenerates. The anticipation for the next Doctor was growing, but nobody could have expected what was to come. Robot starts with the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee) regenerating…

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