Which is the Most Significant Clue in Recent Episodes of Doctor Who?

The following two quotes are obvious candidates. Which would you pick from the two – or would you propose a different one altogether? [Read more...]

Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited (for the Providence of a Time-Travelling God)

Today’s episode of Doctor Who was not merely a great one but a beautiful one. What a brilliant use of time travel to explore the people we are and the people we become, and what might happen if the time stream of the person we want to spend our life with gets out of sync [Read More...]

Rod is Reviewing Religion and Science Fiction

Rod of Alexandria has begun reading and reviewing <i>Religion and Science Fiction</i>. He is already finding that the works explicitly mention could be substituted with countless other works of sci-fi too numerous to mention and the points made would still be relevant. That was one of the aims in putting the volume together: to make [Read More...]

What Captain Picard Always Orders at Chinese Restaurants

Via Blastr (If you don’t get it immediately, look at the sign on the wall behind him). [Read more...]

God in Our Own Image…and in Little Green Flesh

This one is from Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal: But as a sci-fi fan, and as someone who doubts the sentience of octopuses, I find this one more meaningful: [Read more...]

Science Fiction and Religion around the Blogosphere

Here are some sci-fi posts from around the blogosphere which are likely to be of interest to readers: Cheese-Wearing Theology continues reviewing Religion and Science Fiction, reaching Fuji Lozada’s chapter on sci-fi in China. The Sci-Fi Catholic responded to an earlier post by his evil twin about the relationship between religion and science fiction. Religion [Read More...]

Darth Vader in “Yes Man”

There has been a lot of discussion of George Lucas’ addition of Vader’s “Noooooo” to Return of the Jedi on Blu-Ray. But here is a very different spoof perspective on the matter: Darth Vader starring in “Yes Man”: HT Jeff Carter on Facebook [Read more...]

Classic Doctor Who: Four to Doomsday

I rewatched the episode “Four to Doomsday” this weekend. This episode from early in Peter Davison’s stint as the Doctor has a special significance for me. It is the first episode of Doctor Who that I ever saw. I was quite young at the time – I’m not sure exactly what age, but single digits [Read More...]

Muppet Who

Via IO9 and TOR, this delightful mash-up of the Muppets and Doctor Who by Amy Mebberson. [Read more...]

Doctor Who and the Night Terrors

Today’s episode of Doctor Who, “Night Terrors,” is one of the more genuinely spooky and scary there has been for a while. The typical banter of the Doctor and his companions lightens things up. But the episode delves into the roots of human (and alien) fears. Spoilers (and terrors) lie ahead in this post, so [Read More...]

Doctor Who: Animating the Lost Episodes

I watched an old episode of Doctor Who tonight – part 2 from the episode “The Moonbase” from season 4, early in Patrick Troughton’s era. Episode 1 has been lost, although the audio survives. A great many episodes from the early years of Doctor Who – and in particular from Patrick Troughton’s time as the [Read More...]


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