REVIEW: Doctor Who - Flatline Hey all.REVIEW: Doctor Who - Flatline2 days ago in Personal More Like This
So, 'Flatline' was last nights episode of Doctor Who, and wow, I think it was the best episode of series 8 since 'Into the Dalek'.
Before I go into my review of last nights episode, I just want to make a quick mention of something regarding my review for last weeks episode 'Mummy on the Orient Express'.
I mentioned on the review that 'the device being held by the Doctor that was inside the Mummy reminded me of Arnold Rimmers Light Bee that hovers inside him and projects his holographic body in 'Red Dwarf'.
Well it turns out, it was a deliberate reference to Red Dwarf according to website 'Tardis Data Core, the Doctor Who Wiki' which had said it was a reference to the Sci-Fi comedy, but having checked the website again, the mention of Red Dwarf has been removed for some reason [for Smeg sake !! ].
So anyway, now time for the review of 'Flatline'.
This episode was written by Jamie Mathieson, who wrote last weeks episode which I found to be abs
Gallifrey - Ignored by Doctor Who - Series 8 ? Hey all,Gallifrey - Ignored by Doctor Who - Series 8 ?1 day ago in Personal More Like This
Series 8 of Doctor Who is soon coming to an end with the final two stories yet to be broadcast, next weekends 'In the Forest of the Night' and the two part finale 'Dark Water / Death in Heaven', and it seems to me that Gallifrey is sadly being ignored now during this current 8th series.
It's like 'The Day of the Doctor' just never happened, and that the Doctor is still the last of the Time Lords when he actually now knows that he is not, or rather, he never really was the last of the Time Lords as he'd been believing since the shows return in 2005.
Before series 8 began, I was under the assumption that after the events of last years 'Day' and 'Time of the Doctor', the Doctor would continue his search for Gallifrey as the new Doctor while having brand new adventures in the mean time, making the search for Gallifrey the running theme of series 8, or at least a running theme that could continue for like two series, but instead, it feels like the 'search
NEW Dr. Who online game- The Doctor and the DalekThe following information is copied from the BBC's Official Doctor Who website http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doctorwho/articles/BBC-to-Launch-The-Doctor-and-the-Dalek-Game-for-KidsNEW Dr. Who online game- The Doctor and the Dalek9 hours ago in Personal More Like This
A brand new game will introduce computing skills to children as they help the Doctor on his latest adventure.
The BBC has today announced The Doctor and the Dalek, a new online game for CBBC audiences voiced by Peter Capaldi. The game sees the newly regenerated Twelfth Doctor thrown into a dangerous quest with his most devious of enemies in a new, standalone, story from Doctor Who and Wizards vs Aliens TV writer, Phil Ford.
The Doctor and the Dalek – which has been specially released to be part of the BBC's Make it Digital initiative to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, digital technology and programming – will be available freely at bbc.co.uk/cbbc from Wednesday 22nd October.
The Doctor and the Dalek