Categorised | Doctor Who

Tags | None

Doctor Who: An Adventure in Space and Time

Posted on November 15, 2013 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

There will probably come a day when everything that happens in the world, big or small, gets dramatised on TV – remember that time you took the cat out and it pulled a funny face? Britain’s top actor will be playing you, doing that, in 754 years’ time. So have a care how you do things.

One thing that definitely does warrant a biopic, though, is the creation of Doctor Who, a TV show that might well still be airing in 754 years’ time, too. Coming to BBC2 on 21st November, actors playing the likes of Verity Lambert, William Hartnell and Sydney Newman will be in An Adventure in Space and Time by long-time fan and Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss, demonstrating (with some licence) how those people made the show the TV titan that it still is. I wonder if they could have guessed this was going to happen and if they had, would they have done things differently?

Related entries

  • July 15, 2014: Review: The Strain 1x1 (FX/Watch)
    A review of the first episode of FX’s The Strain

Allowable comments

You can leave just about any kind of comment you like. You can argue, suggest I am (or anyone else is) wrong, leaving general messages of love – anything. However, you absolutely can't leave messages that attack other commenters (or me), are simple variations of "your review sucks" or that are misogynistic, racist, homophobic, etc: your comment will either be edited or deleted and you'll be barred from leaving any further comments. We want to keep it civil here.


You can hide a spoiler by putting <spoiler> before it and </spoiler> after it. Hover over a spoiler to reveal it!

Featured Articles

Twin Peaks

Lynch at his best in years