Isolation; it can seem like a scary word, and it becomes even more terrifying when it’s the current reality. The ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 is with no doubt making the entire population of the globe anxious and worried. It’s a distressing time, but we will get through it.
Doctor Who Series 12 has been filled with many shocks and surprises. A leap up from Series 11 as a whole. So far this series we’ve been treated to a number of familiar faces, including the Master (now played by Sacha Dhawan), the Judoon and the long-awaited reappearance of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman).
Jodie Whittaker’s second series [Series 12] is well underway and we’ve already been treated to a number of shocks and surprises. Working backwards through the series, there have been three massive shocks and surprises.
There comes a time in your life where you’re feeling down at least one. No matter the circumstances, you need that shoulder to cry on. For me, suffering with my mental health on a severe scale in the last fifteen months has been my biggest challenge, but I’ve been inspired to live my best life from the moment I’ve hit restart.
Doctor Who; a loved show by millions of fans. When it was announced in 2017 that Peter Capaldi would be stepping down as the Doctor, the question of who will replace him was raised. During the Wimbledon final, it was revealed Peter Capaldi will regenerate into Jodie Whittaker – the show’s first ever female Doctor.