To celebrate Christopher Eccleston’s return to Doctor Who, Seth and Mark watch the classic episode Dalek. Arguably the best episode of Eccleston’s season, Dalek not only introduces The Doctor’s greatest enemy to a modern audience, but it also gives the first hints into The Doctor’s past with The Time War.Continue reading Examining The Doctor #78: Dalek
Seth flies solo to talk the return of Christopher Eccleston to the role of Doctor Who after 15 years. Plus he gives hints about what is in store for future commentary episodes.
Christopher Eccleston is returning to the role of Doctor Who for the first time in 15 years, according to Radio Times.Continue reading Christopher Eccleston Returning to Doctor Who
BBC Studios has announced an all-new Doctor Who story featuring multiple Doctors that will be released this Fall. Time Lord Victorious will be released across multiple platforms, including audio, comics, and books.Continue reading Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious coming in Fall 2020
The second part of The Empty Child has Christopher Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor in a position where he must save the world from nanogenes during early WWII. Mark and Seth bring their usual blend of classic knowledge and satirical humor to provide commentary for what is widely regarded as one of the best stories not only in the modern era but in all Doctor Who, as it is rated in the Top 10 via Doctor Who Magazine fan votes.
One of the shining moments of Christopher Eccleston’s lone season was the two part story The Empty Child/The DoctorDances by Stephen Moffat. The story has Eccleston’s Ninth Doctor in World War II Era London encountering a wandering child in a gas mask. The eerie phrase “Are you my mummy” has become iconic in Modern Who lore.
Join Mark and Seth as they provide their unique blend of knowledge and humor as they examine the history and presentation of this modern classic!
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