Welcome to Who New and review, a podcast from the Galactic Network
This year's Doctor Who Christmas special.
So Who is this this mysterious super hero?
Creepy new teaser for Class.
As for Class at the Cons.
We have to thank BBC America for releasing the full Q&A session
The Science Behind Who
A causal loop, in the context of time travel or retrocausality, is a sequence of in which an event is among the causes of another event, which in turn is among the causes of the first-mentioned event.[ Such causally-looped events then exist in spacetime, but their origin cannot be determined. A hypothetical example of a causality loop is given of a billiard ball striking its past self: the billiard ball moves in a path towards a time machine, and the future self of the billiard ball emerges from the time machine before its past self enters it, giving its past self a glancing blow, altering the past ball's path and causing it to enter the time machine at an angle that would cause its future self to strike its past self the very glancing blow that altered its path
Doctor Who star Pearl Mackie
If you miss Matt Smith in the TARDIS
A to Z
Monster – The Host
Episode – Tooth and Claw
Planet of Origin – Earth
Technology - None -
The Brethren took the boy away from his homestead in the night and allowed him to be bitten by the Lupine Wavelength Haemovariform they worshipped. He became infected by the Haemovariform that "carved out his soul and sat in his heart". The Host was given all-black eyes and was entirely controlled by the Haemovariform, which could access the Host's memories and use some basic telepathy. Every full moon, he would transform into a true Haemovariform, the process of which was incredibly painful. The real boy was long dead. When the Tenth Doctor used the Torchwood House light chamber with the Koh-i-Noor to destroy the Haemovariform, the Host began to live again. He asked the Doctor to increase the effect and destroy him, which he did. The Host died sacrificing his life to save the world