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Top 10 heartbreaking moments in Steven Moffat’s ‘Doctor Who’ era

Now we all know RTD’s era was the king of the huge, heartbreaking Doctor Who scene. But it turns out Steven Moffat is no slouch either when it comes to moments that would make even the most heartless viewer choke back a tear. Here we take a look at ten of the most heartbreaking moments...

‘Inside No. 9′ star Reece Shearsmith’s favourite TV anthology episodes

Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s anthology series Inside No. 9 returned to BBC Two earlier this year for a thrilling second season. Guest starring the likes of Sheridan Smith (Mrs Biggs) and Tom Riley (Da Vinci’s Demons), Claire Skinner (Outnumbered), David Warner (Wallander), Jack Whitehall (Bad Education) and Jane Horrocks (Trollied), Season 2’s stories ranged...

‘Doctor Who’ Season 9 news summary: Everything we know so far

Doctor Who will return for a new season this autumn. This news summary will be updated regularly as more details are revealed, with the latest updates at the top of each section. Rumours and unconfirmed reports will be marked with a *. > Buy Season 8 on DVD on Amazon. > Buy Season 8 on...

Top 5 returning classic monsters in ‘Doctor Who’

The Doctor has a habit of bumping into old enemies. With an Ice Warrior back for this weekend’s ‘Cold War’, CultBox looks back at our favourite foes from the classic years, all of which have been given the BBC Wales 21st century polish.

James Bond rewatch: ‘A View to a Kill’ at 30

It’s 30 years since the release of Roger Moore’s seventh and final appearance as James Bond in 1985’s A View to A Kill!   001. The story Veteran (and that’s putting it mildly; Roger Moore turned 57 during the shooting of the film, making him older than co-star Tanya Roberts’ mother) secret agent James Bond...

The 5 best British game shows

Ever since the exciting arrival of the incredibly popular and successful Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on British television in the late 90’s, Brits have always gone above and beyond when it comes to creating new and stimulating game show concepts. From picking the least popular answers, to being constantly belittled by an angry...

Britain’s finest comic screen-writers

Contemporary British comedy scribes find themselves preceded by a long-standing tradition of great British comedy screen-writers. With a very identifiable sarcastic undertone and dry connotation, British comedy has its own unique identity, not just in the English speaking world, but further afield. We take a look at 5 great British screen-writers…   Ford Kiernan and...

10 things we learned from the ‘Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell’ launch

Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell’s title is a very clever one. Mr Norrel’s name suggests an element of period drama – all costumes and propriety – but the name Jonathan Strange implies a sort of superhero, or some element of the otherworldly. And that’s because that’s exactly what Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell is –...

5 of Matt Smith’s best roles outside ‘Doctor Who’

Although presented as an unknown by the press, the young Matt Smith had a fair track record our screens before taking the role of the Eleventh Doctor. Post-Doctor Who, Smith has already started to make waves in Hollywood. He has scored a key role in the upcoming rebooted Terminator trilogy next to Emilia Clarke (Game...