This is the 62nd monthly Down Under Feminists Carnival. This edition of the carnival gathers together June 2013 feminist posts from writers living in Australia and New Zealand.
Quicklink: Doctor Who Season 6B Episode 1 review
SPOILERS for Let’s Kill Hitler: Very interesting review, which clarifies several points that have been bothering me about Moff-era who, although I don’t agree with all of it.
Whoydensday: MOFF TIEM NAO
This year, Australia is only two weeks behind the UK for Doctor Who — “The Eleventh Hour” — the first episode of the fifth series of New Who will be airing on ABC at 7:30pm this Sunday April 18th, BUT… Read More ›
Whoydensday: Karen Gillan (plus, new Torchwood trailer!)
This week it was revealed that Karen Gillan (who appeared as a soothsayer in “The Fires of Pompeii”) will be joining Matt Smith in 2010 as the Doctor’s Companion. We know nothing yet about the character she will play —… Read More ›
Whoydensday: Marry, Shag or Cliff? (Writers Edition)
As usual, you may match one and only one of the people below to each fate. So, who shall it be? Russell T. Davies, who masterminded the return of Doctor Who to our screens in 2005? Steven Moffat, who has… Read More ›
Whoydensday: movie speculation
I suppose the rumours had to start. From GallifreyOne: Doctor Who has been named the show that people would most like to see adapted for the cinema. A Radio Times online poll in July and August saw some 2,300 readers… Read More ›
Whoydensday: Hugohugohugo! Moffmoffmoff!
Can’t believe that we didn’t mention/celebrate this news last week. Steven Moffat won his third consecutive Hugo for his work on Doctor Who, this time for the Season 3 episodeBlink (previously he won for Season 1’s The Empty Child/The Doctor… Read More ›
Mary Sues & Doctor Who
I posted an open Whoverse thread over at LP, for those who like such things, in which I mentioned the upcoming Season 4 character of Jenny, and whether she is indeed the biggest Mary Sue ever. I’m not sure though… Read More ›
Gratuitous James Nesbitt blogging
The Hibernian charmer James Nesbitt has been cast as a supremely dangerous character in his latest work to hit the Australian small screen. From a press release: Starring James Nesbitt, Jekyll is a brand-new re-working of the infamous 19th century… Read More ›