Thursday, 31 January 2013

Got the (Tardis) Blues...

Hi everyone, I'm currently snowed under with a Doctor Who Dissertation Project... wait a minute... a DOCTOR WHO dissertation project?!

That's right, I've gone completely stark crazy. I'm jeopardising my love for Doctor Who for a blimmin' University project.

You see, life with my Doctor Who dissertation is like this...



...Whereas my old life, was like this... 



 So I'm currently about to start the literature review for my project (Eeekk!). And have re-watched hours of the Science Fiction drama to analyse a few of the characters I have chosen to focus on... along with the writers, producers, directors... etc. I think its pretty fitting to be investigating into Doctor Who during its 50th year anniversary, and lets face it, would I rather be studying anything else?!

 Please feel free to comment with any motivational words of wisdom and who knows, you may even make it into my acknowledgement page ;-)

 I'm on the final stretch of University life now, with just over 3 months left in lectures until I delve into the big bad world! I'm currently juggling my Dissertation with all of my huge pile of planned assignments, plus I am also trying to find time to write out applications for work experience placements in the media sector. 

 I'm also thinking of volunteering at my local animal shelter in the near future - probably after University as it will be a big commitment - and was wondering whether any of you had any experience of this or anything similar and could pass over some friendly thoughts or advice? 

 I'm off out and about over the coming weeks, starting with watching some of the live Britain's Got Talent Auditions next week, a weekend in Wales (where I'll hopefully do some location hunting), and I have lots of pre-paid concerts and gigs lined up over the coming months! 

Please don't hesitate to use any of the methods on the contact me page to get in touch and share your views.


 Don't forget - Doctor Who is back on our screens on Saturday 30th March - BBC One. 


Thanks for reading, blog to you soon :-)