There’s a decent little interview with Steven Moffat here about the fifth season of Doctor Who and how his writing style will change.
Meanwhile I recently came across something from my childhood that I just had to share.
You see, when I was young in the 1970s everyone liked Doctor Who and Davros was a scary villain. I know, obviously that’s impossible to imagine today.
This is one of the Doctor Who game cards you used to get in packets of Weetabix. The back of each cereal box had a game board, and when you had all four game boards you could also add them together to make one really huge game board with the Tardis console in the middle. The cards were slotted in around the board, and then it was just a case of rolling dice and moving around the board, randomly landing on hazards. Sadly I no longer have the boards, but there are pictures here: 1, 2, 3, 4. Total nostalgia rush.
I have loads more of the things. As I recall they were traded in the playground at School and rare ones had the approximate market value of gold bullion. Ah, them were the days.