First off, thanks to everyone who voted on the poll this week, here are the results.
It was a tie for the majority of the time, but in the end the option to have me continue reviewing Series 7 Part 2 won. This means my current review schedule for the rest of January will be:
  • 17th: Cold War
  • 18th: Hide
  • 19th: Journey to the Center of the TARDIS
  • 20th: The Crimson Horror 
  • 21st: Name of the Doctor
  • 25th: Day of the Doctor
  • 26th: Time of the Doctor
  • 31st: Series 7 Part 2 Retrospective 

The reviews for February have already been planned, but won't be revealed until the 31st. One again, thanks for voting guys. Hope you all enjoy the reviews that are on their way. 

DWPAS is an audio series created and written by me and some friends. It's the single most important, non-school related project that I am currently working on (besides this site of course), and I'd love it if you guys could check it out at dwpas.weebly.com. We're currently in the process of casting roles, so if you are willing to read a couple lines, contact us when you want to. Thanks guys :)
Pyramids of Mars, The Doctor's Wife, The Caves of Androzani, The Waters of Mars and Vincent and the Doctor are common answers when you ask fans what their favorite story is from Doctor Who. But there are some stories which you'll only here one or two people say is their favorite, such as the 5 I'll talk about in this blog post. The episodes which deserve so much more recognition then they get. 

The name's Gus. I'm a Doctor Who fan, a Hitchikers fan, and a fan of books. I am currently studying and hoping to be in the film business, whether it's a film director or film editor. I've been watching Doctor Who for close to ten years now, and it's probably my favorite show. Other shows I like include the IT Crowd, the Wrong Mans and Sherlock. 

My favorite films are probably the Cornetto Trilogy, specifically Hot Fuzz. I enjoy almost all superhero films, and I'm an all round pretty nerdy person. I'm currently working on a  Doctor Who Parody Audio Series with some people, but that's for another blog post.

Anyway, live long and lobster.