May 28, 2017

Doctor Who: The First Doctor – The Keys of Marinus

The Keys of Marinus  from 1964 is a block of Doctor Who  episodes produced by BBC that takes 2 hours and 25 minutes to watch in entirety. Originally the Doctor Who  televised series ran about 30 minutes per episode. The Keys of Marinus  episode block comprises of 6 episodes. The Keys of Marinus  is in […]


Proper etiquette in the news media: Where is it? – Part 3

Adults acting inappropriately in national broadcasts were not always shown. Not long ago, in the twentieth century, the Entertainment Industry used to be more particular and did not air an adult losing their temper in public during the hours a minor could be watching television. The producers in the beginning of television history feared public […]


Proper etiquette in the news media: Where is it? – Part 2

Etiquette is becoming a lost art in television programs. The television stations seem to believe the populace is anesthetized toward bad manners and loose moral conduct. The television stations no longer take into account the hard work parents have to do while teaching their children proper decorum, a solid moral code to follow and good […]


Doctor Who: Matt Smith as the Doctor

By the time Matt Smith had been chosen to become the eleventh Doctor for the television Science Fiction series Doctor Who, this beloved Gallifreyan Time Lord character had regenerated ten times. All long-term viewers by 2009, like me, had their favorite Doctors. The majority of these were comfortable with David Tennant as the tenth Doctor. […]


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