Category Archives: Girl in the Fireplace

“My lonely angel, stuck on the slow path with me.”

For a series based around time travel there are few stories that actually revolve around it. For the most part the TARDIS is simply used to get the main characters to the heart of the action. ‘Girl in the Fireplace’ … Continue reading

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“France. It’s a different planet.”

In ‘The Girl in the fireplace’ we are presented with two eras, 17th and 51st century. The Doctor’s comment illustrates that both are equally exotic and alien to his 21st century companions. A little research can provide you will a … Continue reading

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“What’s Pre-Revolutionary France doing on a spaceship? Get a little perspective!”

We leave Classic Who for the moment, leaping into New Who and a story written by one of my favourite writers, Steven Moffat. I’m talking about  ‘The Girl in the Fireplace.’ The plot is what I like to call a … Continue reading

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