I am that small child who hid behind the sofa from the Daleks. I remember it vividly. I associate it with being allowed to stay up late and having red sauce sandwiches for supper.
But since William Hartnell, no Doctor has ever charmed me. I’ve appreciated the effort and attempted humour in all of them. Some have become iconic, like Tom Baker with his long scarf but none of them ever made the show compulsive viewing for me. In fact as time went on it bored me.
Jodie Whittaker, the first female doctor, is a revelation. It was only on in the background but the writing and her perfomance are spellbinding and it captured me. That elusive humour is achieved, the wit is right on point. It is delightful.
And never has Dr Who moved me so deeply. With an elegant and perfectly judged time travel satire on the…
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