DrewBackWhen summarises why a more respectful, inclusive, and expansive dialogue between science and religion on Doctor Who benefits everyone.
Richard Tarrant explores an important and often overlooked subject
DrewBackWhen delves into The Rings Of Akhaten and finds its critique of cults and religion doesn’t quite land.
Kyle Rath deep-dives into what it means to be a Doctor Who fan with hopes and expectations when time is a scarce commodity.
DrewBackWhen continues his religious reading of Doctor Who with a broader look at the Doctor’s ethics and thoughts on gun control.
Behold! I stand at the door and knock!
Papa can you hear me?
Do you want to build a snowman?
Awww, everyone’s a critic….
It’s about time, it’s about space. It’s about strange people in the strangest place
It’s about time, it’s about flight. Travelin’ faster than the speed of light
-Sherwood Schwartz, probably