Apparently one of the most reviled seasons of Doctor Who, season 24 actually marked the arrival of script editor Andrew Cartmel, who often clashed with producer John Nathan-Turner on the direction of the show, but Cartmel was able to start laying the groundwork for the next two seasons, which made the 7th Doctor darker, more[...]
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Once again, the templates of the current version of the show are established here in story editor Andrew Cartmel's era Munro's naturalistic style makes the story one of the most grounded in its contemporary setting than most Doctor Who stories The current version of the show chooses that approach as often as possible Munro was[...]
I guess the BBC has decided to tease fans horrible and force them to buy the boxset of Season 26, the most thematically and conceptually ambitious season of the show under story editor Andrew Cartmel and his unfinished Masterplan. "Ghost Light" now has a half-hour supercut on the official Doctor Who YouTube Channel It is[...]
I would love to have a story where The Doctor went to Imperial China and met the Empress Dowager in a tale of court intrigue involving warring kingdoms and alien assassins, trying to take over China and use it as a stronghold to conquer the rest of the Earth. Bring Back Andrew Cartmel and Ben Aaronovitch[...]
Now you can see the cut-down "For Dummies" version. DoctorWho" "Battlefield", BBC Studios Then Story Editor Andrew Cartmel, who was sort of the showrunner but had to take orders from producer John Nathan-Turner, had grand plans for the story and the show Architect of the so-called "Cartmel Masterplan", Cartmel was in the process of overhauling the mythology[...]
The Cartmel Masterplan is Now the Chibnall Masterplan – 19 Questions (And Some Answers) From Doctor Who Finale
Something else, from far beyond., and there are many more of her out there in the timestream… Is Chris Chibnall Redoing A Version of The Cartmel Masterplan? Chris Chibnall is an old school Doctor Who fan, and was prominent when Andrew Cartmel was the producer of Doctor Who, in the final days of the original series[...]
Contributors include Peter Davison and Colin Baker. Making 'The Curse of Fenric'– a brand new documentary featuring Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Tomek Bork, Nicholas Parsons, Cory Pulman, Marek Anton, Ian Briggs, Andrew Cartmel, Mark Ayres and Ian Collins featuring unseen behind-the-scenes footage and photographs. In Conversation– Matthew Sweet chats to companion Sophie Aldred. The Writers' Room– Ben Aaronovitch,[...]
Rivers of London: Water Weed finds Olympia and Chelsea get themselves and their family in trouble with a drug cartel. Is it a good read?
The Seventh Doctor Who and Ace are called to investigate a massive alien ship in the Australian Outback. Is it a good read?
Anything you can do to entertain them will also be welcomed. The London Film And Comic-Con will be at the Olympia exhibition hall near Earl's Court and Brompton Park. Joining me at the show are Marv Wolfman, Tommy Yune, Andy Diggle, Geoff Senior, Rantz Hoseley, Simon Furman, Jessica Martin, Ben Templesmith, Will Simpson, Amrit Birdi, Paul Cornell,[...]
The book will hit stores on March 16th and is written by Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel with art by Lee Sullivan It features covers by Paul McCaffery, Alex Ronald and Lee Sullivan as well as a blank cover variant. RIVERS OF LONDON: NIGHT WITCH #1 Writers: Ben Aaronovitch & Andrew Cartmel Artist: Lee Sullivan A police vehicle on[...]
Written by Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel (Doctor Who), with art from Lee Sullivan (Doctor Who Comics), Rivers of London will be releasing in five parts. For those of you who don't know, the novels follow the adventures of Peter Grant, a young officer in the London Metropolitan Police who is recruited into a special branch of[...]