Watch the Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman Panel at Awesome Con


Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman appeared together on stage yesterday at Washington DC’s Awesome Con, the biggest annual comic and pop culture convention in the U.S capital.

Highlights of the panel can be watched below via YouTuber attackoneyebrows (who apologises for the quality!)

Ever wonder if the duo took anything home from the set? what their first day was like? or hope Peter would drop a massive spoiler? then check out the panel!

[su_quote cite=”Peter Capaldi”]I can’t thank Matt Smith enough for giving me a big hug and handing over the keys to the TARDIS[/su_quote]


Awesome Con 2016 was held June 3 – 5 at the Washington Convention Center. Stay tuned to DWW for all the info on plans for next years event in the coming months.


Kickstarter Highlight: The GallifreyArchive Book


We take another one of our regular looks at the world of crowdfunding, highlighting the projects we see as the most deserving. This week, Daniel Whitaker is looking to fund his book…


Whether you’re a long time fan of the work that Big Finish does, or if you’re just looking to get into the world of audio dramas; The GallifreyArchive Book is the book for you! Consisting of the reviews of the first 50 Doctor Who Monthly Range audios, from The Sirens of Time up to Zagreus, The GallifreyArchive Book is the comprehensive guide as to which stories you should purchase and why, including contributions from some of the most well renowned WhoTubers and personalities from the fan world of Doctor Who.

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[su_note note_color=”#46a6dd” text_color=”#ffffff”]At the time of writing the project has received £345 of the requested £600. To contribute to this worthy project, please visit Kickstarter and donate today![/su_note]

New Episode of the 42 to Doomsday Podcast Out Now


The latest edition of the 42 to Doomsday podcast is available now.

[su_note note_color=”#46a6dd” text_color=”#ffffff”]Episode #55 – Blake’s Heaven[/su_note]

“We are back and in this episode we go all ‘non-canon’ and gather some of fandom’s sharpest minds (plus our’s) and raise a glass, or seven, to the memory of Gareth Thomas and Blake’s 7.

Joining us for a good old pub style ramble through Terry Nation’s second most famous creation are fan favourites Tom, Richard and Dave were we spend a good chunk of time talking all things Blake’s 7, it’s genesis, it’s impact and its legacy. We point out the great episodes, the poor episodes, the characters that worked, those that didn’t, dive deep into some interesting fan theories and essentially geek out at 70’s BBC science fiction.

All that, plus the occasional comment or two about Doctor Who we almost don’t mention the omnirumour and have a chinwag about Bill, the Doctor’s newest inner city London 20 something spunky female companion! Who said Moffat couldn’t innovate…”

You can find the podcast by following this link:

Fanzine Round-Up: New Issues of Whotopia and Fish Fingers and Custard Available


Two new online fanzines are available now, the very different Whotopia and Fish Fingers and Custard.

Now in it’s 29th issue, the Canadian Whotopia Magazine presents an array of articles and opinion, including from one time DWW contributors Matthew Kresal and Dan Tessier! This month’s theme is reboots and restarts…

[su_note note_color=”#46a6dd” text_color=”#ffffff”]Whotopia #29[/su_note]

issue29An Unnecessary War Doctor?
Matthew kresal considers whether this incarnation was needed after all

Innes Lloyd: An Unwilling Warrior
David P. May examines the critical influence of producer innes lloyd

What’s All the Fuss About?
Jez strickley reviews the introductory guide to Doctor Who by Will Hadcroft & Ian Wheeler

The Doctor Who Scholar
Jeremy Remy’s ongoing academic perspectives on Doctor Who – this issue music.

Who You Build
David Etches guides us through his full-scale Dalek model making

Logopolis 6
Michael S. Collins & Jon Arnold go head-to-head in this conversation review of the Fourth Doctor’s finale

Master Who
Dan Tessier’s thoughts on the decaying renegade of the Deadly Assassin & the Keeper of Traken

Target Trawl
Nick Mellish’s quest to read every Target novel continues

Replay: Terror of the Zygons
Thomas Spychalski puts this classic adventure under the spotlight

Series Nine review: Part Two
Matthew Kresal concludes his thoughts on the most recent series

The Stories That Might Have Been: The Colin Baker Era
Bob Furnell continues his exploration into the scripts which never made it into production

The Curate’s Egg: Meglos
Defending yet another controversial subject, Richard Michael ways in with a prickly word or two

The Audio Archives: Storm Warning
Andrew Screen continues his look at the works of Big Finish

A Tribute to Anthony Read
Bob Furnell pays tribute to former script editor and series writer, Anthony Read

All this and more in the latest issue with can be downloaded at

[su_note note_color=”#46a6dd” text_color=”#ffffff”]Fish Fingers and Custard #17[/su_note]

[su_quote cite=”Fish Fingers and Custard” url=””%5DAfter a tough few months doing absolutely nothing, we’re back with a new issue to inform/disgust you. Coming in at 44 pages, this issue of Fish Custard is certainly worth a read. WARNING: There is PLENTY of writing[/su_quote]

previewcover17In this Issue:

  • Series 9 reviews – we review every single episode from Series 9 and question whether this was Moffat’s finest work on Doctor Who
  • Build-a-Companion – Forget who should be next, what sort of person should accompany The Doctor on his travels throughout time and space for Series 10?
  • Tim Gambrell chats to Caroline Boulton, who played ‘The Habrian Woman’ in Face The Raven
  • A look at The Fourth Doctor Past Adventure books. Which one is the best? Which ones are terrible? Which ones would have made a great Doctor Who episode?
  • And much more!

To download this Issue, please click this link (click/save) and please visit