Actress Pearl Mackie has been officially announced as the next companion to join Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor on long running BBC science fiction Doctor Who. The announcement was made live during the FA Cup semi-final on Match of the Day Live on BBC One. Mackie, whos character is known only as Bill, follows on from […]
With a growing number of comic and film adaptations, today’s comic book readers are spoilt for choice. So why can’t I seem to muster enthusiasm?
I would never admit to being a super fan. I know that my knowledge is limited and flawed. I’ve never seen any episodes that didn’t star Eccleston, Tennant, or Smith, and I haven’t even finished the 11th, but I do know that what the Doctor represents is an entertainment dynasty that has stretched across six decades and enchanted millions of fans.
We caught up with Ian McNeice for a wee chat to see how he was enjoying MCM Scotland.
On Saturday 23rd August a new Doctor exploded onto our screens, with vigour, darkness and a dinosaur. Peter Capaldi became his very own Doctor before our eyes, and over the course of the next 12 weeks, we at the Big Glasgow Comic Page will offer up both a review and this eccentric analysis. Full Spoiler […]
Capaldi has landed and his first full episode as The Doctor has finally hit our screens. I will preface this review with full disclosure that I am one of the many people who were left incredibly disappointed and decidedly unimpressed by the announcement of Peter Capaldi taking on the role of The Doctor. However as […]
Following on from The Day of the Doctor‘s successful cinema release, BBC Worldwide have now begun selling tickets to watch Peter Capaldi’s first episode (Deep Breath) on the big screen. The episode is directed by Director Ben Wheatley, is written by Steven Moffat, and stars Peter Capaldi as the twelfth Doctor, and Jenna Coleman as […]
Alice Obiefune has just lost her mother when the Doctor explodes into her life.
When I was a kid, Doctor Who was a dead show. Yet, despite this, I have been watching the series for as long as I can remember (it has always been part of my life). I watched old repeats on UKTV Gold, I bought the bulky VHS tapes that were sold in Forbidden Planet, and […]