Posts Tagged ‘Doctor Who 50th Anniversary’
How do you begin to explain to someone that you are infatuated with a fictional being? I don’t really think you can. Throughout the years I have become seriously obsessed with my fandoms. Doctor Who is one of them. My first experience was with the new revamped series that aired in 2005. At first I […]
Brian Cox is Professor Who for one night only, and in his new capacity he’s been called upon to help a doctor. But not just any doctor – the Doctor – played by Matt Smith himself… The new trailer for ‘The Science of Doctor Who’ sees Professor Cox pay a visit to the TARDIS after he is summoned by the […]
Adventuring through time and space is exciting, dangerous and all wibbly wobbly. At over 900 years old, it is inevitable that our Timelord’s two hearts have been broken, and that he has also broken quite a few. Let’s take a look at those heart-breaking moments that have us quietly snivelling to ourselves hoping that the […]
Today has been a good day for Whovians. After the seemingly accidental leaking of the first trailer this morning; the BBC have treated us to a second, longer one. Highlights are more of everyone, some 10 and 11 banter and a ‘mine’s better than yours’ sonic off. Why BBC with all these trailers you are […]
Today it has been announced that brilliantly gifted and best selling author Neil Gaiman is the writer of the eleventh and final short story in Puffin’s series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Each story in the series is written by a celebrated children’s author including the likes of Eoin Colfer, Charlie Higson and […]
Fifty years ago this month the first episodes of Doctor Who were aired. It’s a rare thing for a series to last the years so well and appeal just as much to us today as it did back then. So this month some of the writers at Geek Pride will be writing retrospect’s on all of […]
Numbers are fun, Doctor Who is fun, merge the two and you have 50 years worth of statistics to drool over. Check it: by jonathanorjack. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.