The Almost 500-year Diary. Part V

Since it’s relaunch in 2005, Doctor Who has been big in America and even set a few stories there. But what was it like for fans of the classic show? Doctor Who in History editor and contributor Carey Fleiner remembers her first appointment with the Doctor and her struggle to get a regular dose of the strange British show. […]

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The Almost 500-year Diary. Part IV

Since it’s relaunch in 2005, Doctor Who has been big in America and even set a few stories there. But what was it like for fans of the classic show? Doctor Who in History editor and contributor Carey Fleiner remembers her first appointment with the Doctor and her struggle to get a regular dose of the strange British show. […]

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The Almost 500-year Diary. Part II

Since it’s relaunch in 2005, Doctor Who has been big in America and even set a few stories there. But what was it like for fans of the classic show? Doctor Who in History editor and contributor Carey Fleiner remembers her first appointment with the Doctor and her struggle to get a regular dose of the strange British show. […]

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The Almost 500-year Diary. Part I

Since it’s relaunch in 2005, Doctor Who has been big in America and even set a few stories there. But what was it like for fans of the classic show? Doctor Who in History editor and contributor Carey Fleiner remembers her first appointment with the Doctor and her struggle to get a regular dose of the strange British show. […]

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Karen Hellekson’s TARDIS key

  Karen Hellekson’s TARDIS key The contributors to Doctor Who and History are academics by day and fans by night, or something along those lines. This often entails stacks of citations on top of which sits one of those cuddly Kawaii Daleks, and a framed pair of Tom Baker underpants right next to their PhD certificate. So […]

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