Mark’s September 5 Reddit AMA. Complete Q&A under the cut.
Mark Gatiss, writer of today’s Doctor Who episode, Robot of Sherwood, did an AMA yesterday! Check it out here or under the cut if you missed it!
Thanks for following Mark Gatiss’ Reddit AMA with us. In case you missed it, here’s some highlights!
Hey Redditor Whovians! Mark Gatiss (co-creator of Sherlock, writer for Doctor Who including this week’s episode, ‘Robot of Sherwood’) is doing an AMA in a few minutes.
Karen Gillan did an AMA over on Reddit which you can check out in full over here or at the link above!
Here’s the class description: “This class focuses on the popular British television program Doctor Who, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. We will look at the early episodes along with those since the 2005 relaunch. We will explore the program from a number of perspectives including the ethics of time-travel, the nature of humanity, concepts of morality and justice, the Doctor as a mythological figure, the changing role and archetypes of companions, the fan culture surrounding the series, the transmedia media elements which have been created over the decades and much more. Finally we will try to answer the question Doctor Who?” and the Required Textbooks: Chicks Dig Timelords - Thomas, Doctor Who and Philosophy - Lewis, Triumph of a Timelord - Hills
No spoilers, sweetie :-)
[Last night’s] Doctor Who - The Bells of St John - revolves around mysterious WiFi signals.
Alien SSIDs which, if you connect to them…. well, watch the episode to find out!
So, can we do the same thing for our home WiFi network? Yup! (Thanks to Nsurgnie on Reddit for figuring it out.)
Yo dawg, I heard you liked Time and Relative Dimensions in Space…
This girl on Reddit ran into Neil Gaiman and got her phone case signed. How cool!
David Tennant is finished! Yay!
Here are photos from the redditors responsible for this ultimate act of human kindness.
Here’s the sub-reddit where all the donations and updates were made as the TARDIS took shape.