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Gallifrey One: 28 Years Later has ended
Saturday, February 18 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Taking Our Kids to the Doctor

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Younger and younger viewers are expressing interest in seeing and learning more about Doctor Who, much to our fan parents’ pride and enthusiasm. But where are the safe entry points into the series based on each child’s age and temperament when it comes to potentially complex or at times scary science fiction? Using personal anecdotes and audience input, the panel will discuss their ideas on how to introduce young children to the show.

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avatar for Justin Daube

Justin Daube

Master of Time and Space, Mad Science
I am the very model of a Cartoon Individual. My animation's Comical, Unusual, and Whimsical. I'm quite adept at funny gags, comedic theory I have read. From wicked puns and stupid jokes to anvils that drop on your head.
avatar for Heather Berberet, Psy.D.

Heather Berberet, Psy.D.

Psychologist, Doctor Who: On The Couch
I'm a relative late comer to Doctor Who, but am a die-hard fan. I love talking about this show from a psychological perspective and a creative one. Professionally, I help adults, couples, and adolescents heal from trauma.
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Stephen Webb

Writer / Podcaster
Stephen is a columnist for The Sartorial Geek and co-editor of "Why I Geek: An Anthology of Fandom Origin Stories", contributor to "Children of Time:The Companions of Doctor Who", and the "Outside In" series. He has co-hosted the Podcast Award nominated "Sunset & 42nd" and "The Coal... Read More →

Saturday February 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Program D

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