The latest episode of Doctor Who, by Rona Munro, has aired, and it was, erm, all right. Not bad, but nothing special.
Unfortunately that’s as much reviewing you’re going to get from me for now. I’m doing almost nothing other than studying for my exams at the moment, which leaves no time for writing out Doctor Who reviews–at least to a standard I’d be happy with. So I haven’t had the chance to do my review of Mark Gatiss’s Victoro-Martian baroque piece last week, and I won’t be able to do that or my review of this week’s episode until I finish my last exam on Wednesday.
So, yeah, just letting you all know what I’m doing. For now, I’ll just say that that next-time trailer had me SHOOK.
Greetings, and welcome to my blog. I have created this blog with the intention of its being a repository for my disjointed thoughts and commentary on culture and “lighter” matters, in contrast with my more serious politically-oriented blog. With that in mind, as the title of this blog, Gallifreyan Ramblings, suggests, I foresee the content of this blog to be primarily or heavily concerned with my musings on Doctor Who, my favourite television series, although doubtless I shall be offering my detestable opinions on other series, aspects of culture, and whatever takes my fancy. My first post on this blog (to be published momentarily), will, fittingly, be a very boring introduction to my journey with Doctor Who, as a relatively new Whovian. Thank you for reading, and enjoy!