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Sunday, February 14 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
New Perspectives on Classic Doctors

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Let’s face it, we all know we have different outlooks toward the Doctors of yesteryear depending upon the era we view them. What changes in the critical narrative (not to mention, the reexaminations many of them have received through their audio adventures) have changed the way we look at the Doctors from the classic series?

Guests
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Paul Cornell

Writer, Doctor Who
Cricket, matters Fortean, walking, Kate Bush.
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Andy Lane

Science Fiction Author and Journalist

Panelists
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Sean Homrig

Raised by wolves after his parents lost him on a camping trip at the age of six, Sean schooled himself on reading and science by absorbing the Target novelizations. Nowadays he practices collection law and runs Murder for Hire, a company which hosts private and corporate murder mysteries... Read More →
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Risa Romano

Writer Type Thing/Podcast Creator, Co-host, A Disused Yeti Vodcast/Podcast
Screenwriter, vodcaster, blogger, geek, and short form educational writer (that last one's my pay-the-bills job). And a Whovian, of course, New Who , Classic Who, I like 'em both. My blog, Ramble On: Nerdy Poderings, is in the website link. | | My Vodcast/Podcast, A Disused Yeti... Read More →
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Alan Siler

kOZMIC Press
Alan is a life-long geek and musician. He’s the author of Doctor Who’s Greatest Hits: A Guide to the Best Stories From Time and Space (kOZMIC Press, 2015) and Star Trek's Greatest Hits: A Guide to the Best Stories From the Final Frontier (kOZMIC Press, 2017). He's a contributing... Read More →
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Riley Silverman

Writer/Comedian, SYFY Fangrrls, International Waters
I'm a writer for SYFY Fangrrls and the International Waters podcast, I've appeared on WhoHaHa, Comedy Central, and I'm right behind you right now. Don't turn around, it's already too late.

Sunday February 14, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
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