Time's Hero: A Thinking Fan's Guide to Doctor Who
Time's Hero explores the story of Doctor Who from 1963 to 2013, asks why it is loved so much by so many and explores the recurring themes and ideas that underpin this most intelligent of shows. What can Doctor Who...
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Time's Hero explores the story of Doctor Who from 1963 to 2013, asks why it is loved so much by so many and explores the recurring themes and ideas that underpin this most intelligent of shows. What can Doctor Who really tell us about God, the universe and what it means to be human.
Tony Watkins is a speaker, trainer and workshop leader for the Damaris Trust, an organization that helps people relate contemporary culture and Christian faith. He serves as managing editor for Damaris's CultureWatch website and frequently reviews and writes about film, music, books and other media. He is based in Southampton, England.
Peter Williams is an internationally renowned Bach scholar and performer. He was Professor of Performance Practice and the first Director of the Russell Collection of Harpsichords at the University of Edinburgh, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor at Duke University N. C., and is currently John Bird Professor at the University of Wales, Cardiff. He has written numerous books on the organ, organ history and organ repertoire. The first edition of The Organ Music of J. S. Bach was published in 1980 (vols I and II) and 1984 (vol. III).
Steve spent ten years as a church youth worker and writer in a variety of places, before joining the Damaris team. He is currently Managing Editor of RE Lessons Online, Editor of Talks To Go, and a Commissioning Editor for Damaris Publishing. Steve lives in Bournemouth with his wife Ann and their son Peter.