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The Untitled Leisure Project: <i>Doctor Who</i>

The Untitled Leisure Project: Doctor Who

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07/10/2017

In this episode of the Untitled Leisure Project, Graham Piro and Noah Buyon discuss the television series Doctor Who. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Doctor-Who-Podcast-7717-7.38-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

<i>Doctor Who</i>: Doctor, Davros, and a Dalek

Doctor Who: Doctor, Davros, and a Dalek

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09/23/2015

Series premieres have always been a strength for Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat. Moffat rises to the occasion to produce some of his strongest episodes, especially series five’s The Eleventh Hour and series six’s explosive two-parter The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon. Peter Capaldi’s first episode as the Doctor, series eight’s Deep Breath, was a…

Doctor Who Ramps Up To An Exciting Finale

Doctor Who Ramps Up To An Exciting Finale

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11/04/2014

In the age of the Internet, it’s tough to pull off a legitimately surprising plot twist. Everything that writers try to hide from audiences will eventually get revealed, whether it’s through leaked scripts or photos from the set. That’s why it’s too bad that the big reveal at the end of the latest Doctor Who…

Latest Who, "Kill the Moon," Tries a Little Too Hard

Latest Who, "Kill the Moon," Tries a Little Too Hard

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10/08/2014

Doctor Who has proven in the past that it can be a scary show. Despite its origin as a program for children, the show has evolved significantly over the course of its 51 year history. Series 8’s latest offering, titled Kill The Moon, does everything it can to scare the viewer; however, the end result…

Latest Doctor Who Successfully Draws on Roots

Latest Doctor Who Successfully Draws on Roots

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09/23/2014

Following last week’s rather unconventional Listen, it was probably a smart thing for Who-showrunner Stephen Moffat to return the series to its more formulaic roots. Time Heist, written by longtime Moffat cohort Steve Thompson, is an engaging, twisty, and, best of all, exciting addition to Series Eight, and it is easily Thompson’s best contribution to…

Latest Doctor Who is Refreshing

Latest Doctor Who is Refreshing

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09/15/2014

If there’s one thing Whovians know about longtime Doctor Who showrunner Stephen Moffat, it’s that he loves a good, scary twist. It started early in his career, with villains like the famous “Weeping Angels” playing off the primal fears of the viewers. His other villains, like Series Four’s “Vashta Nerada” or Series Six’s “The Silence”…

Latest Doctor Who is a Pleasure

Latest Doctor Who is a Pleasure

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09/08/2014

The third episode of Season Eight of Doctor Who, The Robots of Sherwood, pits one English legend against another. It’s a lighthearted romp penned by longtime Who and Sherlock scribe Mark Gatiss, who relishes the opportunity for another Doctor-meets-historical-figure episode. His script is light on plot and logic, but heavy on humor. And it’s just…

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