MA Media and Communication graduate from the University of Portsmouth - Massive Doctor Who Fan.
How 'Dear Evan Hansen' Helped Me Find My Inner Self as Someone Who Struggles
Dear Lewis Jefferies, today is going to be a good day because you've accepted that having social anxiety is okay. The pain I've endured in the past of declining invitations to go out with people because I couldn't bring myself to going is unimaginable.
Russell T Davies to Reintroduce 'Doctor Who' Christmas Specials Ahead of 60th Anniversary
Christmas; a time of giving, a time of joy, a time of... alien invasions. Since Doctor Who was brought back onto our screens in 2005 by Russell T Davies [Years and Years, It's A Sin], it has always been a tradition for aliens to invade planet Earth on Christmas Day.
Are 'Doctor Who' About To Show the TARDIS Regenerating On Screen for the First Time?
Warning: This article will contain spoilers from Doctor Who: Flux - Read at your own risk It was announced earlier this year that Jodie Whittaker will be passing the Sonic Screwdriver onto someone new, as she and current showrunner, Chris Chibnall will be leaving the hit BBC sci-fi show in the autumn of 2022.
Is Aisling Bea A Lost Regeneration of the Doctor?
This article WILL contain spoilers from the latest series of Doctor Who - Continue reading at your own risk. Everything was built on the lie of the Timeless Child, the Master [Sacha Dhawan] once said, and today that mystery continues on in the latest series of Doctor Who. Series 13, titled Doctor Who: Flux saw British comedian, John Bishop, join the Thirteenth Doctor [Jodie Whittaker] and Yaz [Mandip Gill] for their biggest adventure yet.
Davros to Make Epic 'Doctor Who' Return in Blockbuster Series 13 and Easter Special Revealed
Doctor Who has been all about change from the day it began in 1963, and since then we’ve welcomed plenty of new Doctors, new TARDIS’, new Master’s and new enemies. Once again, it’s time for change as Jodie Whittaker is stepping down as the Thirteenth Doctor after a trio of specials in 2022. Current showrunner, Chris Chibnall, will also be leaving the show, making room for a new Doctor and headwriter.
Thank You, Jodie Whittaker, for being the Doctor, Who Healed my Mental Health
I don’t like endings, the Doctor doesn’t like endings, no one likes endings; the time has come around once again where the Doctor’s face changes. Regeneration, it’s like a lottery. You don’t know what you’ll end up with. It has been announced that Jodie Whittaker – the Thirteenth Doctor – will be stepping down from the top role in autumn 2022, followed by showrunner, Chris Chibnall.
A Release for the 'Doctor Who' Series 10 Soundtrack Looks Slim With No License Issued
Doctor Who: a show that takes us through time and space, many adventures, scary creatures. Some people love the show for the actors who play the Doctor and the companions, others for eras themselves, some, the iconic music that accompanies each story.
Pixar’s ‘Luca’ Is A Heart-Warming Tale to Teach Children During Pride Month to be Confident in Who You Are
- This article contains spoilers for Disney Pixar’s Luca – Read at your own risk - “We can go anywhere, do anything. We just gotta stick together!” as Luca so rightly put; with June being Pride Month, there’s no doubt that Disney deliberately planned to drop Luca on Disney+ during the middle of Pride. A topic like Pride is something that requires a fair amount of education to ensure everyone is accepted for who they are. Unfortunately, the message still isn’t getting across to people. Luca has just landed on Disney+ and teaches not just children, but adults too, that it’s important to understand everyone is not the same.
John Bishop's 'Doctor Who' Character to be Revealed as a Relation to Former Companion?
She’s back, and with a new companion! It’s been half a year since Graham (Bradley Walsh) and Ryan (Tosin Cole) departed the TARDIS in “Revolution of the Daleks” and since then, we’ve yet to learn anything new about the new companion, Dan, played by comedian John Bishop.
'I refuse to see a suicide attempt as something to be ashamed of' - How my mental health survived the pandemic
“In a world where you can be anything, be kind” as Caroline Flack so rightly put; being kind to others is important to secure a happier world, being kind to yourself is just as crucial. Many people out there, I included, like to put others before themselves and it’s at that point where you don’t realise how much you’re actually falling apart inside. Slowly, piece by piece, everything you have built up begins to crumble before your eyes, but it’s too late to recover from that.
Paddy's Journal: The Lady of Ophilia
Winter. 22nd December 1990. 6:55pm. Illinois. Paddy, aged fourteen, sits at his desk gazing out of the window. The biggest blizzard Illinois has seen in decades; roads are nowhere to be seen, the golden rays of light from the streetlamps beam across the street, creating a warm, homey, wintery scene. The cheer of children outside launching snowballs at each other like cannonballs is heard. Paddy lets off a sigh.
How Music By The Newton Brothers Helps Calm My Mental Health
Mental health: a topic that isn’t spoken about enough. The coronavirus pandemic: something is so widely spoken about. It is there when you go to sleep. It is there when you close your eyes. It is there when you wake up. What do you get when you combine mental health and a pandemic ripped to a million pieces by the media? A great big crushing war with yourself.