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Companion Tropes 36 We have arrived at the person who I consider to be the most important ever Doctor Who companion, and she is such an unusual character that there isn’t really an existing trope that will fit the bill. … Continue reading
Question: who is the audience identification figure or figures in classic Star Trek? Who is the pudding-brain who has to ask all the inane questions to help the audience along? Answer: everyone. Trek had a clever format: everyone was a … Continue reading
This is not so much a historical Doctor Who story as a mythical one. Donald Cotton’s approach is to look for the entertaining narrative within history, irrespective of any underlying facts or the lack thereof, and as such he accepts … Continue reading
On a couple of lovely summer evenings in Nineteen-ninety-something I read the script of Galaxy 4, published by Titan Books. This was my first experience of the story, and it was an immediate favourite of mine. I still love the … Continue reading
The classic series has been enjoyed as individual stories on VHS or DVD for so many years now that it is easy to forget that there were actually season finales right from the start. Just like a modern series of … Continue reading
When the Doctor switches on the Time-Space Visualiser, it displays some historical characters, a performance by the Beatles, and then a group of Daleks on their way to kill the Doctor. This extraordinary coincidence really sets the scene for the … Continue reading
So far the second season of Doctor Who has shrunk the Doctor and his companions, taken them to Dalek-occupied London, dumped the Doctor’s granddaughter and picked up a girl from the future who has become his best friend and changed … Continue reading
Has there ever been such a contrast between two adjacent stories? We have had six weeks without seeing a human face apart from the regulars, and all of a sudden we are thrown into the middle of a Shakespearean costume … Continue reading
The TARDIS is nearly always a safe haven. Up until this point, only The Edge of Destruction has been the exception to that rule, and that was because it was malfunctioning rather than any outside influence. We have never yet … Continue reading