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The Rings of Akhaten was a reference book published by Obverse Books in 2020. The book covered the Doctor Who episode The Rings of Akhaten.

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'The most important leaf in human history.'

The Rings of Akhaten (2013) is a subtle and sophisticated engagement with the contemporary New Atheist movement, critiquing its more imperialist and patriarchal assumptions alongside those of Doctor Who itself.

Broadcast in the series’ 50th year, it offers a feminised vision of the future with the potential for another 50 years’ worth of places to see. This Black Archive includes an interview with, and additional material by, director Farren Blackburn.

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