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Doctor Who - The Eleventh Hour


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List of Figures Terminology Acknowledgements List of contributors Introduction Andrew O'Day PART ONE: Performance, Genre and Gender 1.Who is Matt Smith?: Performing the Doctor Richard Hewett 2.Monsters under the bed: Gothic and fairy-tale storytelling in Steven Moffat's Doctor Who Frank Collins 3.Genealogies across time: History and storytelling in Steven Moffat's Doctor Who Matthew Kilburn 4.Amy's Boys, River's Man: Generation, Gender and Sexuality in the Moffat Whoniverse Dee Amy-Chinn PART TWO: Wider Broadcasting Contexts 5.'Halfway Out of the Dark': Steven Moffat's Doctor Who Christmas Specials David Budgen 6.The Transatlantic Dimensions of the Time Lord: Doctor Who and the Relationships between British and North American Television Simone Knox PART THREE: Sights and Sounds 7.The Look: Style, Technology and Televisuality in the New Who Jonathan Bignell 8.'It's All-New Doctor Who': Authorising New Design and Redesign in the Steven Moffat era Piers Britton 9.Silence Won't Fall: Murray Gold's music in the Steven Moffat era Vasco Hexel PART FOUR: Beyond the Episodes 10.Hyping Who and Marketing the Steven Moffat Era: The Role of 'Prior Paratexts' Matt Hills 11.'Oh, no, that won't do at all...It's ridiculous!': Observations on the Doctor Who audience Brigid Cherry 12.'I am the Doctor!' Transmedia Adventures in Time and Space Neil Perryman 13.Friends Reunited?: Authorship Discourses and Brand Management for The Sarah Jane Adventures 'Death of the Doctor' Ross P. Garner List of episodes List of Figures 1. Jacksons Department Store, Reading: display for Harris Tweed 2. Model of Signification in Television 3. Musical annotation: Amy's Theme 4. Musical annotation: The Mad Man With a Box 5. Musical annotation: I Am the Doctor 6. Musical annotation: River's theme A 7. Musical annotation: River's theme B (regenerating in New York) 8. Audience Reach for Series 5, 6 and 7 9. Audience Share for Series 5, 6 and 7 10. Audience Appreciation Index for series 5, 6 and 7

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During 2013, Doctor Who, the world's longest running science fiction show, celebrates its 50th birthday. Published to celebrate the Doctor's anniversary, this book provides a valuable record of the Matt Smith Doctor, who arrived in 2010 and is set to bow out in this year's Christmas special.

About the Author

Andrew O'Day is co-author, with Jonathan Bignell, of Terry Nation (2004). He received his PhD in Television Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London and has contributed chapters on 'classic' and 'new Who' to a range of edited collections.

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