The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 15 November 1989

Amy Watching

‘Love Letter’ – Marc Almond

Amy constantly stares at me across the Common Room.  She is apparently still into me.  I think she has it in for Gemma because she’s seeing me.

DOCTOR WHO: THE CURSE OF FENRIC episode four – loved by many non-WHO fans – was just incredible. 



It had an injection of something that I think Flash and I realised was missing from the series when we discussed it a few years ago.  This story was full of emotion and that gave it a real strength and power.  It had an unusually adult appeal.




Sophie Aldred was incredible and the final moments of the story had me in tears, I’ll admit.  Beautiful and cathartic.


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