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Saturday, February 13 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Colour Separation Overlay II: More Colour, Less Separation

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Picking up where we left off on the similarly-named panel at Gallifrey One 25. We can all trot out examples of when Doctor Who got it wrong (Talons of Weng Chiang, anyone?), but how about when the Doctor got it right… not just in recent years, but in the past as well? Let’s talk about those moments when Doctor Who pushed the boundaries of diversity and showed us that yes, we CAN be bigger on the inside.

Guests
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Robert Smith?

Robert Smith? is a professor of disease modelling at the University of Ottawa. Using mathematics, he studies infectious diseases such as HIV, malaria, human papillomavirus, neglected tropical diseases and zombies. He has published 13 books on academia and pop culture (including "Who's... Read More →

Panelists
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Earl Baylon

Actor/Voice Actor/Improviser
Improv. TV. Film. Video Games. Dragons and Tacos. Writer at www.agentsofguard.com. I own an ukulele.
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Abie Ekenezar

BabsEk Productions
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Joy Piedmont

Co-Producer, Reality Bomb
Joy's a librarian and technology integrator at a Manhattan independent school. She has written for Entertainment Weekly’s PopWatch and reviewed YA literature for School Library Journal. In 2018 she became the co-producer of the Doctor Who podcast, Reality Bomb, and along with Rachel... Read More →
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Justin Quizon

writer/editor, Agents of GUARD
Movies first, comics an VERY VERY close second.
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Dennis Slade

Manager, Software Engineering, Scholastic Inc
A Whovian since 1982, Dennis has been intrigued with the intersection of race, class, and gender in Doctor Who since at least the Sylvester McCoy era, so he's happy to once again panel on the subject at this year's Gally. Outside Gally he's known for his bisexual activism, tennis... Read More →

Saturday February 13, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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