• TV Review: Doctor Who – Series 11

    Even in its 55th year, Doctor Who proves that it still possesses the magic formula to keep things fresh, exciting and extremely watchable. With a vibe that’s equal parts classic and modern, this is everything Doctor Who should be. “I can safely say I am in no way disappointed”...
  • Doctor Who’s Feminist Agenda

    Doctor Who revealed their casting of a female Doctor in July last year. I’m sure, Whovian or not, you’ll join me in my reaction: “about time”. Finally, the BBC show has broken the metaphorical glass TARDIS. Jodie Whittaker stepped into the time-traveller’s shoes after Peter Capaldi bowed out of...
  • Doctor Who. . . Who’s Who?

    With Jodie Whittaker taking the helm of the TARDIS and a new era of Who imminent, Impact magazine takes a journey back through space and time to explore the history of TV’s most beloved – and enigmatic – character. The First Doctor – William Hartnell/Richard Hurndall/David Bradley New Who...
  • TV Review – Doctor Who Series 9

    *Potential Series 9 Spoilers Ahead* Daleks & Davros. Zygons & Osgood. The death of Clara & the return of Gallifrey. Series 9 of Doctor Who has been a whirlwind of twelve weeks that seemed to have flown past. Though Series 8 may have been Peter Capaldi’s first as The...
  • Trailer Watch – Paddington

    Based on the beloved book series by Michael Bond, and from the producers of Harry Potter, there are high expectations for the newest adaptation of Bond’s books, Paddington. From the trailer it definitely seems to be meeting these expectations, capturing the charm of this bear from deepest, darkest Peru. The...
  • TV Review – Doctor Who, Series 8

    Warning: Season spoilers follow! Another series has come to a thrilling end. A new Doctor has well and truly landed, with the fantastic Peter Capaldi portraying a darker, less sympathetic Doctor than Matt Smith’s childish incarnation. It’s been a great series, with huge surprises and twists that have kept...
  • Next on Netflix #16

    This week in Next on Netflix, Tom recommends three very different shows currently available on Netflix. BoJack Horseman Couple Archer’s machine-gun wit with Alan Partridge’s outdated-celebrity-with-misjudged-sense-of-importance and you’ve got the latest, animated Netflix Original, BoJack Horseman. Set in a world where humans and anthropomorphised animals coexist, washed-up star of 90’s family...