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THE SERIES IS OVER AND THERE’S NO QUESTION WHO’S THE MAN So the Doctor has once again fled in his Tardis, leaving his two closest companions behind…

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Doctor Who Kettle on, feet up… half of series seven of Doctor Who has come to a close and needs a good reviewing! According to writer and producer Steven Moffat ‘this was the most monster-y series yet!’ After Doctor Who’s 49-year history, they returned once again for a five-part run. It all began with the Time Lord (Matt Smith), Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darville) having to face a variety of old and new adversaries. Beginning with their visit to the Asylum of the Daleks.

portrayed to be slightly less sinister than they truthfully are, so this time the dark and menacing territory has been revisited. ‘When you talk about the Daleks some people just go, “Oh they’re only moving pepper pots”. And I say no, no they’re not, they’re aliens in tanks! Psychopathic aliens locked in a tank!” The Daleks really strike a chord with the Doctor, that idea of being trapped inside a casing is his worst fear’ says Matt. The series involved chilling story lines involving Daleks, Dinosaurs, Cyborgs, Black Cubes and of course, the return of the Weeping Angels!

The Dalek saw its first screen action in 1967 and who would’ve thought they’d still be around 45 years later looking scary as ever. It’s been said by Matt Smith, The way the series was introduced was a current actor of the Doctor, that in bit of a long shot, as Daleks have been a previous series’ the Daleks were main part of the drama several times

CheerUp Issue 10  

This issue we have a chat with Andy Burrows, cross the ocean to talk to Seahaven, not to mention a deep chat with Ankit Love and last but by...

CheerUp Issue 10  

This issue we have a chat with Andy Burrows, cross the ocean to talk to Seahaven, not to mention a deep chat with Ankit Love and last but by...

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