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Appointment TV (Radio Times)

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coverage of series 2, 2006

  1. All aboard the TARDIS (15 April)
  2. Bad wolf? | Royal prey (22 April)
  3. Friends reunited (29 April)
  4. Tick tock! | Letters (6 May)
  5. Heavy metal (13 May)
  6. The Mick of Time | Letters (20 May)
  7. Do not adjust... | Letters (27 May)
  8. Ood ... you are awful (3 June)
  9. Talk of the devil | Letters (10 June)
  10. Careful what you wish for ... (17 June)
  11. Unearthly child (24 June)
  12. Time to move on | Letters (1 July)
  13. On the set with ... David Tennant (8 July) |
    Letters (July 22)
  14. The Claus of doom (23 December) | Letters (14 January)

coverage of other series
S1 | S2 | S3 | S4 | Specials | S5 | S6 | S7 | S8 | S9 | S10

2006-05-06 Radio Times p144.jpg

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I was eagerly anticipating the first episode in the new series of Doctor Who, but was disappointed by the over-the-top "humour" and the naffest zombies I'd ever seen. But episode two (22 April) was-edge-of-the-seat stuff. Move over, Judi Dench — Pauline Collins gave the feistiest portrayal of Queen Victoria I've seen, and the werewolf special effects were the equal of anything in movies.

I read that our current Queen watches Doctor Who, so I'd love to know what she made of the Doctor's theory that [because the werewolf bit Queen Victoria and "infected" her] the whole royal family now plan their trips around full moons!

A Musgrave

Leicester


In RT (29 April), Doctor Who model man Mike Tucker said K-9's interior workings "should look a bit more as if they'd been designed by a Time Lord and less like radio spares!"

I have to point out that K-9 was built not by the Doctor, but by an Earth scientist called Professor Marius (on Titan) who gave K-9 to him as the professor was returning to Earth and weight restrictions prevented him taking K-9 with him.

Brian Hulme

Stafford

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  • APA 6th ed.: (2006-05-06). Appointment TV (Radio Times). Radio Times p. 144.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Appointment TV (Radio Times)." Radio Times [add city] 2006-05-06, 144. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Appointment TV (Radio Times)." Radio Times, edition, sec., 2006-05-06
  • Turabian: "Appointment TV (Radio Times)." Radio Times, 2006-05-06, section, 144 edition.
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