Doctor Who Fans and Change- A Ramble

I really wish I didn’t have to write this article. Or, if I did write this article, it would have the same title yet be constructed and feature totally different aspects of the fandom. I’m aware this is an incredibly sensitive topic in the Doctor Who fandom at the moment; and what better way to come back after a few weeks off, than with my hot take?
This is what I think of the “controversy” surrounding Doctor Who lately, mainly regarding Doctor Who Magazine and the new Time Team.

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GallifreyArchive On Patreon

Hey guys, just a quick update to let you know that I’ve decided to open a Patreon page. The reason behind it is that I love writing posts for you guys, but at the moment, I have to dedicate 80% of my life to working so I can earn money, which means the other 20% is left for sleeping, socialising, eating, and writing content for you guys.

I’m not going to stop writing for GallifreyArchive, nor will I force you to pay me to see my content, however, if you would be kind enough to donate any money you can, I’d be eternally grateful. The more I make each month, the less hours I have to do at work to live, the less hours I have to do at work, the more time I can spend writing articles and reviews for you guys.

Pledges start from as low as $1 a month, with the most generous offer I’m willing to accept being $25 from a single person. Each tier (and there’s a lot of them) has perks, like an exclusive article or think piece every month, to having birthday cards, to exclusive prints and shirts.

As I’ve said, if I don’t raise a lot of money, I’m not going to stop writing for GallifreyArchive, so please don’t feel pressured into supporting me, but any regular patronage would be truly appreciated.

(Also, if you read the perks, there’s a hint of something that’s yet to come…)

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Thirteen Years Ago

On Saturday 26th March 2005, an eight year old boy in Wakefield, West Yorkshire sat down in front of his TV to watch this new but old show on BBC One. Thirteen years later, on the 26th March 2018, a twenty-one year old man from Wakefield, West Yorkshire sat down in front of his laptop and wrote this article. This is a reflection of Series One of Doctor Who.

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