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HighlightsRadio Times1963-11-21
Week-end Broadcasting ProgrammesThe Daily Telegraph1963-11-23
Kennedy AssassinatedThe Mirror1963-11-23
Mum! It works! -- Come and ask Dad!Daily Mail1964-12-19
The thing on the left just ate Dr. Who!London Evening Standard1965-01-07
The Boys' BrigadeSteadfast Magazine1965-02-01
Successful Dr. Who series is Verity's first assignmentThe Yorkshire Evening Press1965-02-05
Doctor OohMad (UK)1975-09-01
Doctor PooMonster Fun1976-03-01
Terror TVMonster Fun1976-08-01
Building a time machineNew Scientist1980-08-28
And whosoever knoweth just cause or impedimentDaily Mail1980-11-21
I'm afraid it's going to be a huge wedding guest list!Birmingham Mail1980-11-21
Well, this certainly buggers our plan to conquer the UniversePunch1981-05-08
Worzel who?New Scientist1982-01-28
Who Was Dr Who's Father?Synthese1982-06-01
Dr Who: Similarity and DifferenceAustralian Journal of Screen Theory1982-11-15
National Film Theatre October/November 1983National Film Theatre1983-10-01
Living with my VCRThe New York Times1984-12-23
Dalek, you were wonderfulThe Times1985-03-01
I'll catch those blasted kids at it, one day!Punch1986-05-07
The Dr Who convention: Who? Sometimes specialty conventions are just plain silly - on purposeBusiness First (Columbus, OH)1986-09-08
Never mind the doctor, just exterminate Bonnie LangfordThe Mirror1986-12-22
A critical examination of the mythological and symbolic elements of two modern science fiction series: "Star Trek" and "Doctor Who"Louisiana State University thesis1987-12-01
Doctor Who: televized science fiction as contemporary melodramaExtrapolation1989-04-15
Texts, readers and contexts of reading: developments in the study of media audiencesMedia, Culture & Society1990-01-15
Doctor Who meets Vladimir Propp: A comparative narrative analysis of myth/folktale and the television science fiction genreNorthwestern University thesis1990-12-01
Closed Circuits and Monitored Lives: Television as Power in Doctor WhoExtrapolation1994-09-01
Dr Who and arch rival the Daleks drop in on Haverfordwest Carnival on SaturdayThe Mercury1996-07-26
England Looks to the Future: The Cultural Forum Model and "Doctor Who"The Journal of Popular Culture2004-04-07
Is Doctor Who Political?European Journal of Cultural Studies2004-05-01
Worst thing we ever did-- giving them legsThe Sun2004-08-09
Admit it, Billie there's something going on with you and Dr WhoThe Sun2004-09-27
Interview with Kate Orman: Dr Who AuthorContinuum2005-03-01
Bring on those nightmares!Radio Times2005-03-26
Join the time lords: they don't miss a minuteThe Sunday Times2006-10-15
Doctor Who and the Convergence of MediaConvergence2008-01-01
The dispersible television text: theorising moments of the new Doctor WhoScience Fiction Film and Television2008-03-01
Catherine Tate has ruined Dr WhoYour Shepway2008-04-16
From Balaclavas to Jumpsuits: The Multiple Histories and Identities of "Doctor Who's" CybermenAtlantis2008-06-01
Rose Tyler: The ethics of care and the limit of agencyScience Fiction Film and Television2008-10-01
War without End?: Utopia, the Family, and the Post-9/11 World in Russell T. Davies's "Doctor Who"Science Fiction Studies2008-11-01
The Web planet: How the changing Internet divided "Doctor Who" fan fiction writersTransformative Works and Cultures2009-01-01
Why the Cybermen Stomp: Sound in the New Doctor WhoMosaic2009-06-01
Shaping Fantasies: Responses to Shakespeare’s Magic in Popular CultureShakespeare2009-06-01
The flight from history: from H G Wells to Doctor Who – and back againColloquy2009-08-01
Time and relative dimensions on line: Doctor Who, wikis and the production of narrative/historyInteractions2009-09-01
History Meets Fiction in Doctor Who, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’Greece & Rome2009-10-01
Travel with a Time Lord: using media to enhance literacyLiteracy2009-11-01
Sociopathetic Abscess or Yawning Chasm? The Absent Postcolonial Transition in Doctor WhoThe Journal of Commonwealth Literature2010-06-01
Exhausted and Exhausting: Television Studies and British Soap OperaCritical Studies in Television2010-07-27
Male and Female Archetypes in Doctor WhoConsciousness, Literature and the Arts2010-08-01
Proto-electronica vs. martial marches: Doctor Who, Stingray, Thunderbirds and the music of 1960s' British sf televisionScience Fiction Film and Television2010-09-01
Political Satire and British-American Relations in Five Decades of Doctor WhoThe Journal of Popular Culture2010-09-28
Listening from behind the sofa? The (un)earthly roles of sound in BBC Wales' Doctor WhoNew Review of Film and Television Studies2011-01-26
The crack of doom: The uncanny echoes of Steven Moffat's Doctor WhoScience Fiction Film and Television2011-03-15
In Thrall to the Archives of Empire: Torchwood -- "Children of Earth"Journal of British Cinema and Television2011-04-01
Antirationalist critique or fifth column of scientism? Challenges from Doctor Who to the mad scientist tropePublic Understanding of Science2011-07-01
Screening Wales: Portrayal, Representation and Identity: A Case StudyCritical Studies in Television2011-10-01
Paradise is a little too green for me: Discourses of environmental disaster in Doctor Who 1963-2010Colloquy2011-11-01
Doctor Who and Race: Reflections on the Change of Britain’s Status in the International SystemThe Round Table2013-02-01
Revenge of the Geeks: Fifty Years of Doctor WhoScreen Education2013-03-01
Reifying the Fan: Inspector Spacetime as Fan PracticePopular Communication2013-04-29
Sherlock Holmes and the Leap of Faith: The Forces of Fandom and Convergence in Adaptations of the Holmes and Watson StoriesAdaptation2013-08-01
More than a Companion: "The Doctor's Wife" and Representations of Women in Doctor WhoStudies in Popular Culture2013-09-12
Augmenting fan/academic dialogue: New directions in fan researchJournal of Fandom Studies2013-10-01
Maybe that's what happens if you touch the Doctor, even for a second: Trauma in Doctor WhoThe Journal of Popular Culture2013-10-23
London on Film and UndergroundThe London Journal2013-11-01
The nation’s favourite Doctor finds that his time has comeThe Guardian2013-11-15
Terrifically TimelessChattanooga Times Free Press2013-11-21
Doctor writes a prescription for patienceEvening Telegraph2013-11-22
Dr. WhooplaSan Jose Mercury News2013-11-22
77 millions de téléspectateurs ont vu l’épisode spécial de Doctor WhoLe Journal de Québec2013-11-27
A Short History of Doctor WhoSouth Waikato News2013-11-27
Peter Capaldi begins his run as The Doctor in this year’s “Doctor Who” Christmas specialThe Citizens' Voice2013-11-30
The Doctor Challenges You!Irish Daily Mail2013-11-30
Old SF, New FX: Exploring the Reception of Replacement Special Effects for Older Episodes of Doctor Who and Star TrekCritical Studies in Television2013-12-13
Jenna's red hotDaily Star2014-04-17
Whovians and Directionares: Challenging the Fangirl IdentityColumbia College (Chicago) thesis2014-05-01
The Girls Who Waited? Female Companions and Gender in Doctor WhoCritical Studies in Television2014-06-06
Way Out - Of This World! Delia Derbyshire, Doctor Who and the British Public's Awareness of Electronic Music in the 1960sCritical Studies in Television2014-06-06
Fifty Years in the TARDIS: The Historical Moments of Doctor WhoCritical Studies in Television2014-06-06
When Doctor Who Enters Its Own Timeline: The Database Aesthetics and Hyperdiegesis of Multi-Doctor StoriesCritical Studies in Television2014-06-06
Insufficient evidenceScience Fiction Film and Television2014-07-01
The many Doctors symposiumScience Fiction Film and Television2014-07-01
The year of the DoctorScience Fiction Film and Television2014-07-01
Periodising Doctor WhoScience Fiction Film and Television2014-07-01
Fifty Years of Science Fiction TelevisionAdministrative Theory & Praxis2014-09-01
Running out of timeNew Statesman2014-11-07
Doctor Who and the Creation of a Non-Gendered Hero ArchetypeIllinois State University thesis2014-12-01
Delia Derbyshire : sound and music for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, 1962-1973University of York thesis2015-06-01
It’s the Master! (Step in Time): Hearts of Darkness and Postcolonial Paradoxes in Doctor WhoThe Journal of Popular Culture2015-06-20
The Encoding and Decoding of Gendered Heroic Quests in Doctor Who, Blake’s 7, Red Dwarf, and TorchwoodIndiana University of Pennsylvania thesis2015-08-01
Girls in time and space: a feminist analysis of the companions of Doctor Who from 1963-1975Tarleton State University thesis2015-08-01
Doctor Who and the Iconographic Search for an Ecstatic Human Religious ExperienceImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Explicit and Implicit Religion in Doctor Who and Star TrekImplicit Religion2015-10-15
As We See, So We Learn: Doctor Who as Religious EducationImplicit Religion2015-10-15
The Doctor’s Original Face: Watching Doctor Who Episodes as Buddhist KoansImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Into the Arms of Dr Who: Implicit Religion and a Cowboy’s RedemptionImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Nothing Will Ever Be The Same Again: Exploring Faith, Doubt, and the Disciple Journey of a Companion to the DoctorImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Screenwriters as Theologians: Doctor Who’s Scope for Theological ExplorationImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Implicit Religion in Popular Culture: The Case of Doctor WhoImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Doctor Who and Immortality: Influence of Christian and Buddhist EthicsImplicit Religion2015-10-15
Afterword: The Hope of the DoctorImplicit Religion2015-10-15
The Impossible Pit: Satan, Hell, and Teaching with Doctor WhoImplicit Religion2015-10-15
John Cura: Pioneer of the Television ArchiveJournal of British Cinema and Television2016-01-01
The Gendered Culture of Scientific Competence: A Study of Scientist Characters in Doctor Who 1963–2013Sex Roles2016-03-02
Bringing Doctor Who back for the masses: regenerating cult, commodifying classScience Fiction Film and Television2016-06-01
Bravo! City tycoon with hearing trouble gives £1m to build woodland opera houseThe Sunday Times2017-02-12
The one you watched when you were twelve: regenerations of Doctor Who and enduring fandom's 'life-transitional objects'Journal of British Cinema and Television2017-04-01
I don't want Doctor Who asking about my sexuality!The Sunday Times2017-10-15
Reconstructing the Author for a Wide Audience: Dickens in Doctor Who (2005) and Assassin's Creed (2015)Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines2018-06-01
Watch the Blood-Soaked Old General in Action: Blochian Atheism, Exodus, and Utopia in Doctor WhoThe Journal of Religion and Popular Culture2018-06-15
Time Can Be Rewritten:The Doctor, the Book, and the DatabaseThe Journal of Popular Culture2018-09-16
Fan ArtTV Guide2018-10-15
TV's Stickiest ShowsBroadcasting & Cable2019-01-21
An Enemy Within: The London Underground and Doctor Who's "The Web of Fear"Journal of Popular Film & Television2019-09-01
Essentialism Is Dead! Long Live EssentialismFemspec2020-03-15
Dominant Narratives and Historical Perspective in Time Travel Stories: A Case Study of Doctor WhoThe Social Studies2020-10-09

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