Tag Archives: Doctor Who

Dear Professor Cox, No thanks – but thanks

The universe. All existing things. The whole creation. The cosmos. That’s what ‘universe’ meant to me, as a schoolgirl. And where did nine-year-old me live? I scrawled it on the packet which holds the pinking shears I still have in … Continue reading

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Weeping angels and speaking hearts

Since the age of eight I’ve been a fan of Doctor Who, a children’s TV programme in which an anonymous Doctor (who?) travels through time and space, battling evil. The Doctor’s also a Time Lord, which means he ‘regenerates’ rather … Continue reading

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Travelling through time and space – with a crache

I watched Doctor Who last night. ‘I don’t know where I am!’ Such a  familiar feeling. So now it’s Sunday morning and the wretched clocks have gone forward – depriving me of yet another hour’s sleep. But I’m ready for … Continue reading

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