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Audio Drama Review: Doctor Who - The Well-Mannered War / Damaged Goods

 

“There is still the possibility of you winning the election. We recommend a vigorous program of disinformation, scandal mongering and general besmirching of the opposition. We predict a landslide victory, with you gaining over 80% of the vote.” 974 more words

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Christopher Eccleston reveals more about his departure from Doctor Who

The exact circumstances behind Christopher Eccleston’s departure from Doctor Who​ after just one series remain unknown. From various interviews he’s given over the last decade it seems clear that there was a clash between himself and members of the production team over the working ethos of the programme that left him uncomfortable and not prepared to carry on. 357 more words

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Christopher Eccleston Revealed Why He Left 'Doctor Who'

Christopher Eccleston played The Doctor for only 13 episodes of Doctor Who in 2005. Despite fan support, he left for reasons that weren’t clearly explained; he’s only… 341 more words

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An Audience with Russell T. Davies feat. Lewis & Paulo

Russell T. Davies (Stephen Russell Davies OBE) began his television career as a graphic artist in 1985 after a friend recommended he chat to the producer of BBC’s children’s show… 622 more words

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The Trip of a Lifetime

As has been pointed out by numerous commentators, it would be rather silly to celebrate a programme’s tenth anniversary two years after its fiftieth, so… 1,090 more words

TV Review: Logo's 'Cucumber' and 'Banana'

Viacom’s Logo TV has turned to Russell T. Davies, a partnership that makes such creative sense it’s a wonder that the network – devoted to LGBT issues – hasn’t relied on him more. 398 more words

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TV Review: Cucumber and Banana

I am not usually into movies or TV shows about sex. Not that I am a prude or anything but the movies that I have seen that discusses about sex has been about “LET’S GET FUCKED!!!” and it’s very swallow and clearly dumb minded. 200 more words

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