|By:||David J. Howe|
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|Released: ||December 2017|
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Note: Follow-up to Then & Now 1.
Doctor Who is one of the most reviewed and talked about shows that the BBC has ever broadcast. It has enjoyed over fifty years of popularity, and continues to thrill children and adults all over the world. Now, noted Doctor Who historian and writer David J Howe, presents his own views and thoughts on the Smith and Capaldi eras of the show. Following the upswing of popularity during David Tennant's tenure, the programme focussed more on internal continuity, and presented a mercurial, unpredictable Doctor in Matt Smith, before introducing an unhappy older Doctor with Peter Capaldi.
Every episode, including some of the special mini-episodes, are analysed and reviewed, and the path of the Doctor's adventures through the series is charted. From the highlights to the low points, David J Howe considers the show against its broad history both as a viewer at the time, and also with the benefit of hindsight, with a current re-watch of the episodes.
A marvellous romp through seven years of time travel ... come along and enjoy the ride!