Enjoy this guest post from our friend Philip Bates, editor of The Doctor Who Companion... They say that all good quotes come from Oscar Wilde or William Shakespeare. I think there's a third candidate. … [Read more...] about Douglas Adams quotes: The Quotable Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Are you in need of a Douglas Adams fix? His contributions to Doctor Who may be slight, and we've probably all watched The Pirate Planet more times than is healthy. But how many times have you read The Pirate Planet book? And is it any good? … [Read more...] about The Pirate Planet book: Is it any good?
The Pirate Planet was Douglas Adams' first official contribution to the Doctor Who universe. Originally outlined in 1976, it took two years for this quirky Tom Baker story to make it to the screen, undergoing a number of radical changes. Who knew that The Pirate Planet was originally about a renegade Time Lord?! … [Read more...] about So you think you know The Pirate Planet?
Enjoy this guest post from our friend Philip Bates, editor of The Doctor Who Companion... Funny things happen to time in Douglas Adams' much-lauded Doctor Who classic, City of Death. Thanks to Count Scarlioni's experiments, the Doctor and Romana experience a time loop, whereby the fourth dimension slips from underneath them and they revisit immediate events. Funny … [Read more...] about Doctor Who episode guide: 10 great time loop stories
When it comes to Douglas Adams and Doctor Who, surely one of the first stories people think of is City of Death. Written in the midst of a strike-riddled UK in the late 1970s, the adventure is notable for achieving the highest viewing figures of any Doctor Who story in the programme's history. … [Read more...] about Douglas Adams and Doctor Who: Why we love City of Death