An Amusing Anthem for New Doctor Who

Via Maggie Dawn I learned of this hilarious reworking of a classic song, updated to tell the story of the revival of Doctor Who by Julie Gardner and Russell T. Davies, and performed by John Barrowman, Catherine Tate, and David Tennant (perhaps better known to some as Capt. Jack Harkness, Donna Noble and the Tenth Doctor).

Elsewhere around the blogosphere, Geeks of Christ has a reflection on the first episode of the revived Doctor Who series, “Rose.” Philip K. Dick and Religion has posts on looking forward to reading his Exegesis, and his having second thoughts about including religion in his sci-fi writing.

And via Brad Matthies, things to do when the internet is down:

If all of the above is not as strange as what you were hoping for, then SF Signal has a video about Corsican musicians who have set poetry by H. P. Lovecraft to bluegrass music. No, seriously!

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  • Just Sayin’

    You forgot the 18+ warning for sexual vulgarity on the Doctor Who video.

    Sigh . . . this used to be a good show, for several decades . . .