About Time vol. 7 continues an examination of the real-world
social-political context in which each Doctor Who story was made,
this time focusing on Series 1 and 2 of the revamped series (2005
to 2006) starring Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant. Essays
in this volume include: Why Now? Why Wales?; RT Phone Home?; Is the
New Series More Xenophobic?; Why is Trinity Wells on Jackie's
Telly?; He Remembers This How?; What's Happened to the Daleks?; Why
Doesn't Anyone Read Any More?; Reapers - Err, What?; What's So
Great About the 51st Century?; Gay Agenda? What Gay Agenda?; Does
Being Made in Wales Matter?; Did He Fall or Was He Pushed?; Bad
Wolf - What, How and Why?: What's a 'Story' Now?; How Long is
Harriet in No. 10?; Has All the Puff 'Totally' Changed Things?;
Stunt Casting: What Are the Dos and the Dont's?; The Great Powell
Estate Debate; Is Arthur the Horse a Companion?; Are Credited
Authors Just Hired Hands?; How Many Cyber-Races Are There?; and
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