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  1. Guide to local sic-fi sources‏‎ (8 categories)
  2. Unsuitable for children‏‎ (6 categories)
  3. Way Out - Of This World! Delia Derbyshire, Doctor Who and the British Public's Awareness of Electronic Music in the 1960s‏‎ (6 categories)
  4. The Girls Who Waited? Female Companions and Gender in Doctor Who‏‎ (6 categories)
  5. Power of the Prime Time Lord‏‎ (6 categories)
  6. More than a Companion: "The Doctor's Wife" and Representations of Women in Doctor Who‏‎ (6 categories)
  7. What's what on Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  8. Texts, readers and contexts of reading: developments in the study of media audiences‏‎ (5 categories)
  9. Implicit Religion in Popular Culture: The Case of Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  10. A critical examination of the mythological and symbolic elements of two modern science fiction series: "Star Trek" and "Doctor Who"‏‎ (5 categories)
  11. Interview with Kate Orman: Dr Who Author‏‎ (5 categories)
  12. Dr Who: Similarity and Difference‏‎ (5 categories)
  13. The New Adventures: Witch Mark‏‎ (5 categories)
  14. Money to be made in science fantasy is fact, not fiction‏‎ (5 categories)
  15. Doctor Who and Race: Reflections on the Change of Britain’s Status in the International System‏‎ (5 categories)
  16. History Meets Fiction in Doctor Who, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’‏‎ (5 categories)
  17. Maybe that's what happens if you touch the Doctor, even for a second: Trauma in Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  18. The many Doctors symposium‏‎ (5 categories)
  19. Torch song‏‎ (5 categories)
  20. Old SF, New FX: Exploring the Reception of Replacement Special Effects for Older Episodes of Doctor Who and Star Trek‏‎ (5 categories)
  21. Augmenting fan/academic dialogue: New directions in fan research‏‎ (5 categories)
  22. Into the Arms of Dr Who: Implicit Religion and a Cowboy’s Redemption‏‎ (5 categories)
  23. Revenge of the Geeks: Fifty Years of Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  24. Periodising Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  25. Closed Circuits and Monitored Lives: Television as Power in Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  26. Screening Wales: Portrayal, Representation and Identity: A Case Study‏‎ (5 categories)
  27. Dr. Who Bombed‏‎ (5 categories)
  28. Who's Who next?‏‎ (5 categories)
  29. Proto-electronica vs. martial marches: Doctor Who, Stingray, Thunderbirds and the music of 1960s' British sf television‏‎ (5 categories)
  30. Who's Party Is It? The Doctor's‏‎ (5 categories)
  31. Exhausted and Exhausting: Television Studies and British Soap Opera‏‎ (5 categories)
  32. Who, did you say?‏‎ (5 categories)
  33. List of Week's TV Ratings, May 13-19, 1996‏‎ (5 categories)
  34. Screenwriters as Theologians: Doctor Who’s Scope for Theological Exploration‏‎ (5 categories)
  35. Time and relative dimensions on line: Doctor Who, wikis and the production of narrative/history‏‎ (5 categories)
  36. Who Was Dr Who's Father?‏‎ (5 categories)
  37. The Doctor’s Original Face: Watching Doctor Who Episodes as Buddhist Koans‏‎ (5 categories)
  38. The Gendered Culture of Scientific Competence: A Study of Scientist Characters in Doctor Who 1963–2013‏‎ (5 categories)
  39. As We See, So We Learn: Doctor Who as Religious Education‏‎ (5 categories)
  40. Kylie hears a Who: Minogue with Tennant‏‎ (5 categories)
  41. Why the Cybermen Stomp: Sound in the New Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  42. Listening from behind the sofa? The (un)earthly roles of sound in BBC Wales' Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  43. The year of the Doctor‏‎ (5 categories)
  44. Bringing Doctor Who back for the masses: regenerating cult, commodifying class‏‎ (5 categories)
  45. More spin-offs predicted after Doctor Who captures viewers‏‎ (5 categories)
  46. Fifty Years in the TARDIS: The Historical Moments of Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)
  47. The Web planet: How the changing Internet divided "Doctor Who" fan fiction writers‏‎ (5 categories)
  48. Shaping Fantasies: Responses to Shakespeare’s Magic in Popular Culture‏‎ (5 categories)
  49. Doctor Who and the Convergence of Media‏‎ (5 categories)
  50. Sociopathetic Abscess or Yawning Chasm? The Absent Postcolonial Transition in Doctor Who‏‎ (5 categories)

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