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Peter Harness talks to Eddie McGuigan about Zygon Invasions, Bringing back Osgood and Killing the Moon

Before he took a temporary hiatus Eddie took the chance to talk to Kill the Moon writer Peter Harness about his upcoming S9 Zygon two parter.

Zygon Invasion!

How did you go from being someone who wrote to a professional writer? (more…)

Sixteen Legs – A documentary about prehistoric spiders!

Neil Gaiman is a patron of the Bookend Trust science education program in Australia, and together they are producing a documentary project called SIXTEEN LEGS, about the love-lives of still-living, giant prehistoric spiders the size of a dinner-plate that hide in the caves of Tasmania. This is a creepily fantastic natural history project, and DOCTOR WHO fans may think of Planet of the Spiders and Kill the Moon – but there’s even more to it than that.

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The Skaro Review: Kill The Moon, reviewed by Eddie McGuigan

Kill The Moon

Review by Eddie McGuigan

 There is a train of thought, it has to be said, that Steven Moffat’s tenure as showrunner, compared with any others, particularly Russell T Davies, doesn’t have the same uniformity. It can be argued that Moffat allows his writers a much more loose creative atmosphere in which to work, and, as a result, there’s not the same absolute feel to the stories than there has been in the past.

Kill The Moon

Web of Fear?

It’s true that, by its very nature, Doctor Who is a programme that thrives on change and differences, that relies on each week or so being different from the one before, and that the only constants are, for a time, the Doctor and that old blue box. (more…)

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