Panel: A History of Who

Are you New to Who? Do you want to know more about the history of the series, but don't have time to watch several months' worth of episodes and interviews? We're here to help.

Who: A History is a comprehensive course in the origin and evolution of television's longest-running sci-fi series, from its early days in the BBC's lowest- end studio to the international phenomenon it has now become. Presented by (Re)Generation Who blogger and host Kara Dennison, it features behind-the-scenes information unavailable anywhere else and videos from interviews conducted by Dennison with the creatives behind all eras of the show.

The panel is appropriate for all ages, but will likely resonate most with audiences teen and up. The panel is presented solo, with time for questions at the end.

Previously Presented At:

Time: 50 minutes (can be lengthened to 80 minutes)
Requirements: HDMI hook-up, projector, screen.

If you would like Kara to present this panel at your event, please contact with more information, dates, and budget.

Kara Dennison is a writer, editor, and presenter in Newport News, VA. She is one of the co-founders and senior staff of (Re)Generation Who, the mid-Atlantic's premiere Doctor Who convention. Her work within the Whoniverse includes published work in the You and Who anthology line, and short stories in The Perennial Miss Wildthyme, City of the Saved: Tales of the Civil War, and the charity anthology A Target for Tommy, all from Obvsere Books.