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77 millions de téléspectateurs ont vu l’épisode spécial de Doctor Who
Admit it, Billie there's something going on with you and Dr Who
Afterword: The Hope of the Doctor
And whosoever knoweth just cause or impediment
Antirationalist critique or fifth column of scientism? Challenges from Doctor Who to the mad scientist trope
As We See, So We Learn: Doctor Who as Religious Education
Augmenting fan/academic dialogue: New directions in fan research
The Boys' Brigade
Bringing Doctor Who back for the masses: regenerating cult, commodifying class
Bring on those nightmares!
Closed Circuits and Monitored Lives: Television as Power in Doctor Who
The crack of doom: The uncanny echoes of Steven Moffat's Doctor Who
A critical examination of the mythological and symbolic elements of two modern science fiction series: "Star Trek" and "Doctor Who"
Dalek, you were wonderful
The dispersible television text: theorising moments of the new Doctor Who
The Doctor’s Original Face: Watching Doctor Who Episodes as Buddhist Koans
The Doctor Challenges You!
Doctor Who: televized science fiction as contemporary melodrama
Doctor Who 50th ’versary special viewed by 10.2m Brits
Doctor Who and Immortality: Influence of Christian and Buddhist Ethics
Doctor Who and Race: Reflections on the Change of Britain’s Status in the International System
Doctor Who and the Convergence of Media
Doctor Who and the Iconographic Search for an Ecstatic Human Religious Experience
Doctor Who is way over my head
Doctor Who meets Vladimir Propp: A comparative narrative analysis of myth/folktale and the television science fiction genre
Doctor writes a prescription for patience
Dr Who: Similarity and Difference
Dr Who and arch rival the Daleks drop in on Haverfordwest Carnival on Saturday
England Looks to the Future: The Cultural Forum Model and "Doctor Who"
Exhausted and Exhausting: Television Studies and British Soap Opera
Explicit and Implicit Religion in Doctor Who and Star Trek
Fifty Years in the TARDIS: The Historical Moments of Doctor Who
Fifty Years of Science Fiction Television
The flight from history: from H G Wells to Doctor Who – and back again
From Balaclavas to Jumpsuits: The Multiple Histories and Identities of "Doctor Who's" Cybermen
The Gendered Culture of Scientific Competence: A Study of Scientist Characters in Doctor Who 1963–2013
The Girls Who Waited? Female Companions and Gender in Doctor Who
History Meets Fiction in Doctor Who, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’
I'll catch those blasted kids at it, one day!
I'm afraid it's going to be a huge wedding guest list!
Implicit Religion in Popular Culture: The Case of Doctor Who
The Impossible Pit: Satan, Hell, and Teaching with Doctor Who
Interview with Kate Orman: Dr Who Author
Into the Arms of Dr Who: Implicit Religion and a Cowboy’s Redemption
In Thrall to the Archives of Empire: Torchwood -- "Children of Earth"
Is Doctor Who Political?
Jenna's red hot
Join the time lords: they don't miss a minute
Listening from behind the sofa? The (un)earthly roles of sound in BBC Wales' Doctor Who
Living with my VCR
London on Film and Underground
Male and Female Archetypes in Doctor Who
The many Doctors symposium
Maybe that's what happens if you touch the Doctor, even for a second: Trauma in Doctor Who
More than a Companion: "The Doctor's Wife" and Representations of Women in Doctor Who
Mum! It works! -- Come and ask Dad!
The nation’s favourite Doctor finds that his time has come
National Film Theatre October/November 1983
Never mind the doctor, just exterminate Bonnie Langford
Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again: Exploring Faith, Doubt, and the Disciple Journey of a Companion to the Doctor
Old SF, New FX: Exploring the Reception of Replacement Special Effects for Older Episodes of Doctor Who and Star Trek
Paradise is a little too green for me: Discourses of environmental disaster in Doctor Who 1963-2010
Periodising Doctor Who
Peter Capaldi begins his run as The Doctor in this year’s “Doctor Who” Christmas special
Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor Who
Proto-electronica vs. martial marches: Doctor Who, Stingray, Thunderbirds and the music of 1960s' British sf television
Reifying the Fan: Inspector Spacetime as Fan Practice
Revenge of the Geeks: Fifty Years of Doctor Who
Rose Tyler: The ethics of care and the limit of agency
Running out of time
Screening Wales: Portrayal, Representation and Identity: A Case Study
Screenwriters as Theologians: Doctor Who’s Scope for Theological Exploration
Shaping Fantasies: Responses to Shakespeare’s Magic in Popular Culture
Sherlock Holmes and the Leap of Faith: The Forces of Fandom and Convergence in Adaptations of the Holmes and Watson Stories
A Short History of Doctor Who
Sociopathetic Abscess or Yawning Chasm? The Absent Postcolonial Transition in Doctor Who
Successful Dr. Who series is Verity's first assignment
Texts, readers and contexts of reading: developments in the study of media audiences
Time and relative dimensions on line: Doctor Who, wikis and the production of narrative/history
Travel with a Time Lord: using media to enhance literacy
War without End?: Utopia, the Family, and the Post-9/11 World in Russell T. Davies's "Doctor Who"
Way Out - Of This World! Delia Derbyshire, Doctor Who and the British Public's Awareness of Electronic Music in the 1960s
The Web planet: How the changing Internet divided "Doctor Who" fan fiction writers
Week-end Broadcasting Programmes
Well, this certainly buggers our plan to conquer the Universe
When Doctor Who Enters Its Own Timeline: The Database Aesthetics and Hyperdiegesis of Multi-Doctor Stories
Who Was Dr Who's Father?
Why the Cybermen Stomp: Sound in the New Doctor Who
Worst thing we ever did-- giving them legs
The year of the Doctor
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