"It's the end. But the moment has been prepared for."
Doctor Who has been the back bone of British science fiction for over 40 years. The story of a Timelord that can go anywhere in time and space in his trusted TARDIS really captured the publics imagination. The show really hit when at the end of episode five the world was introduced to The Daleks. Seven actors played the title role on television until the show was finally cancelled in 1989. But the show never seems to die. It returned for charity specials in 1993 and 2001 and was resurrected in 1996 for a failed US/UK co-production. The show came back in 2005 in what seems to be the most disastrous incarnation yet. Many critics believe the show pasted it's sell by date in the mid eighties and modern interpretation have no bearing on the original show. It is wonderful that once again the BBC are investing money in what is still a great concept, it just seems that some very unfortunate choices have been made. The episode guides contains all incarnations of the show, but some believe productions after 1986 should be titles "Miscellaneous"
On this site we exclusively talk to some of the stars of the show, reviews the disastrous new series, bring you up to date with all the latest news and have all the latest information about forthcoming DVD's, Videos, CDs and Books. Hopefully one day Doctor Who will return to it past glory for a new generation of adults and children alike. And lets face it. It's about time.
Cult TV exclusive interview!
Cult TV has an exclusive chat with 3 of Doctor Who's leading ladies. Katy Manning, Liz Sladen & Jacqueline Pearce who was also played Servalan in Blakes 7.
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