Saturday, 21 January 2012

Making Our Own Whoness: Because Someone Has To

With Doctor Who away till autumn (not even an Easter special!) and Torchwood inconsistent and The Sarah Jane Adventures sadly retired, there's a gap for something Whovian on the tellybox. Being Human is back in a few weeks, and we're still waiting on the rest of Primeval, so it's not like we're entirely lacking in genre stuff, but nothing where it might turn out to be Sontarans. And RTD's new Aliens Vs Wizards CBBC show is a long way off, and Sherlock's off too.

So what would we tune in for?

(Well, I'd tune in for Wilfred Mott Tells Off Alien Invaders but I acknowledge the concept might wear thin.)

Of course, I've been thinking about this since week one of this blog thingy.

And... who'd like A Series-Ful Of Spinoff Show?


  1. A Quatermass series, modern or retro, wouldn't go amiss.

    1. Indeed. Maybe on BBC4 where the live remake of The Quatermass Experiment was shown, complete with David Tennant being greeted "hello, Doctor".

      Although, of course, Nigel Kneale hated Doctor Who, so he would not approve of such things.