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     BBC Kids Series Two Tie-in  View Printable Version  
     Author:  MikeD
     Dated:  Wednesday, August 16 2006 @ 11:07 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,119 times  
    Doctor Who News In advance of the CBC broadcasting Series Two of Doctor Who Canadian digital cable channel BBC Kids is planning a special schedule of special weekend tie-in broadcasts. On Saturdays and Sundays between September and November BBC Kids weekend broadcasts will feature stories with Sarah Jane Smith, K9 or the Cybermen.

    Sarah and/or K9: "The Time Warrior" (Sep 30th), "The Ark In Space" (Oct 1st), "Terror Of The Zygons" (Oct 7th), "Pyramids of Mars" (Oct 8th), "The Android Invasion" (Oct 14th), "The Hand of Fear" (Oct 15th), "The Invisible Enemy" (Oct 21st) "K9 & Company" (Oct 22nd BBCK Premiere).

    The Cybermen: "Revenge of the Cybermen" (Oct 28th) "Earthshock" (Oct 29th - BBCK Premiere), "Attack of the Cybermen" (Nov 4th) Sunday, "Silver Nemesis" (Nov 5th).

    Regular weekeday Doctor Who broadcasts (currently showing Jon Pertwee episodes) on BBC Kids will continue as normal.

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 50  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Wednesday, August 16 2006 @ 04:31 AM EDT
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    DW: Podshock

    Episode 50 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Like Alice, I try to believe three impossible things before breakfast."

    Note: This episode was recorded on Sunday, 6 August, 2006 prior to the announcement by the Sci-Fi Channel that they will be running the 2006 series this autumn.




    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 50
    For the Week of the 7th of August 2006

    Running Time: 1:36:43

    In this episode:

    News - 2006 Series coming to the Sci-Fi Channel (this episode was recorded prior to their announcement), Another Spin-Off Series, Mark Strickson at United Fan Con, Nicholas Courtney on the DW Sea Cruise, Games on the BBC Site, Rani Rumours, Big Beginnings at Big Finish, Canadian Update, and more.

    Feedback - Tiggs Panther in the UK, Christian in Germany, Scott (x3) in the US, Kenneth in the UK.

    Promos - Doctor Who Sea Cruise promo.

    Guest - Canadian Corespondent Mike Doran.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same show.

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    Most Recent Post: 08/21 04:47AM by Linquel

     Big Finish 084 – The Nowhere Place:  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, August 12 2006 @ 08:14 PM EDT
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    DW Reviews Colin Baker as the 6th Doctor with Maggie Stables as Evelyn Smythe.

    Before I put my thoughts to (electronic paper) on this story I should tell you that this arrived one week ago today and I have listened to it everyday since for reasons that will become apparent later.

    The story opens on January 16th 2197 on the edge of our solar system near the planet Pluto. The space carrier Valiant holding squadrons of "Damocles" fighter ships is on patrol ready to fight off “Endosian raiders” which have been raiding the system. Without warning Armstrong; one of the pilots hears a bell in his mind and almost immediately suffers a breakdown.

    The Doctor meanwhile has abandoned a landing on Earth in the far future and admits to Evelyn that he has become scared of what he saw when he tried to land. He has set the Tardis to drift backwards through time on the edge of the solar system when suddenly he and Evelyn hear a bell chiming. The bell is from Earth in the 1950’s but the year is 2197. Deciding to find answers to this mystery the Doctor materialises the Tardis on the Valiant and very swiftly gets both Evelyn and himself captured by the crew.

    (continues below)

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    Most Recent Post: 08/29 10:44PM by BadWolf

     SciFi (US) Makes Series 2 Official  View Printable Version  
     Author:  mad4plaid
     Dated:  Thursday, August 10 2006 @ 03:07 PM EDT
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    Doctor Who NewsCopied from SciFi.com's SciFi Wire:

    SCI FI Channel and BBC Worldwide Americas announced a major licensing agreement for SCI FI to air the second season of the hit British SF series Doctor Who in the United States. The series will return to SCI FI on Sept. 29, kicking off with a two-hour premiere that will include the "Christmas Invasion" special in which David Tennant is introduced as the 10th Time Lord.

    Billie Piper returns as the Doctor's feisty young companion, Rose Tyler, and together they will travel through time and space battling new and returning aliens and monsters.

    Chris Regina, vice president of programming, SCI FI Channel, said in a statement: "Our audience has clearly embraced Doctor Who, and it has delivered a significant increase in viewers in the time period. We are looking forward to keeping the momentum going with David Tennant as the new Doctor."

    Executive producer and lead writer Russell T Davies said in a separate statement: "We were delighted by the first season's success in the U.S. and can promise new thrills, new laughs, new heartbreak and some terrifying new aliens in season two."

    Executive-produced by Davies and Julie Gardner, the second season of Doctor Who was the most popular program on Saturday nights when it aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom to critical acclaim.

    http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/index.php?category=2&id=37456

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    Most Recent Post: 09/08 01:25PM by DarthSkeptical

     Runaway Bride Origins Revealed!  View Printable Version  
     Author:  mad4plaid
     Dated:  Tuesday, August 08 2006 @ 06:25 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,200 times  
    Doctor Who NewsFrom the BEEB online

    Russell T Davies has explained the genesis of this year's Christmas Special in the pages of Doctor Who Magazine's Series Two Companion.

    "The Runaway Bride was another of those ideas I'd had for ages, ever since the return of Doctor Who was first announced," he said.

    "Then, at the BAFTA screening of The Parting of the Ways, Jane Tranter announced not just the 2005 Christmas Special, but another for 2006 as well (I swear, Julie Gardner had forgotten to tell me about the 2006 one - as Jane was on the microphone, Julie was watching my head explode. 'Oh yes, sorry, I knew there was something I meant to tell you...')

    "And since we all knew that Billie would be leaving at the end of Series Two, and that I didn't want to introduce the new companion until the start of Series Three, then suddenly The Runaway Bride took on a whole new lease of life," he added.

    "So the story was taken out of Series Two, elevated to Christmas, and the gap was filled by Tooth and Claw, which was bumped up to the second slot..."

    More of Russell's behind-the-scenes scoops, plus a comprehensive guide to all of the last series can be found in the Doctor Who Series Two Companion, on sale Thursday 10 August, priced £5.99

     North American Premiere of Series Two - August 29th, 2006  View Printable Version  
     Author:  MikeD
     Dated:  Tuesday, August 08 2006 @ 08:14 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,374 times  
    Doctor Who NewsThe winner is...not the CBC and not the Sci-Fi Channel but Ztélé the french language sci-fi specialty channel from Quebec.

    First Ztélé will air "L'invasion de Noël" ("The Christmas Invasion") on Tuesday August 22nd, 2006 at 8:00pm EDT. With repeats on Thursday at 5pm, Friday at 10pm, Saturday at 8am, Sunday at 4pm and Tuesday at 2pm. "The Christmas Invasion" previously aired in Canada in Engligh on the CBC on December 26th, 2005.

    Then on Tuesday August 29th, 2006 at 8:00pm "Une nouvelle Terre" ("New Earth") will air with the same schedule of repeat broadcasts.

    Une nouvelle Terre
    [ mardi 29 août 20h ]

    "La destruction de la Terre entraîne une vague de nostalgie, encourageant la création d'une nouvelle Terre, une planète qui ressemble en tous points à l'original. Pendant ce temps, le Docteur et Rose répondent à un appel à l'aide et visite un hôpital tenu par une sororité de chats humanoïdes. Cet établissement aurait trouvé un remède à toutes les maladies... mais à quel prix ? C'est ce que le Docteur et Rose tenteront de savoir."

    Episodes two and three of the new series are titled 2-02 "Un loup-garou royal" ("Tooth and Claw") and "A l'ecole des retrouvailles" ("School Reunion").

    http://www.ztele.com/grille/episode.jsp?broadcastId=995282


     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 49  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, August 05 2006 @ 04:39 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,367 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 49 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Are you sitting comfortably? Good. Then we'll begin."

    Note: We break away from our usual format in this episode for a special roundtable discussion with invited guests from other podcasts and radio shows. Due to the length, we broke this episode into two parts. SPOILER ALERT for those that have not seen the complete 2006 series.




    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 49 - Part 1 & Part 2
    For the Week of the 31st of July 2006

    Running Time: 2:02:04 (Part 1) / 0:40:23 (Part 2)

    In this episode:

    Roundtable Discussion on the 2006 Series with guests Chris Rattray and Ashlee "TripleB" from (Cool) Shite on the Tube, Trevor G from MMM Commentaries, and Paul Wilson from The Whocast join Louis Trapani and Ken Deep for an in depth discussion on the 2006 series of Doctor Who. Plus a recorded segment by Russel Hale from Ramble with Russel.

    In part one of this two part podcast, we summarize our reviews of each episode of the 2006 series including: New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen, The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, and Fear Her. We pick up from there with Army of Ghosts and Doomsday in part 2 of this podcast (now available).

    What were the highs and lows of this series? How could it have been better? How does it compare to the 2005 series? Our hopes for the 2007 series, etc.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same show.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 49 - Part 1 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 58.3 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 49 - Part 2 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 19.5 MB)


    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 49 - Part 1 (MP3 format, 55.9 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 49 - Part 2 (MP3 format, 18.5 MB)

    If you are subscribing to our podcast via one of the feeds, you will get it automatically. If not, you can also grab it manually using the links above. Available in both Enhanced Podcast format and MP3 format.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below ((coming soon - (we hope)) Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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    Most Recent Post: 09/19 03:57PM by seanhuxter

     Big Beginning  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Saturday, August 05 2006 @ 01:10 AM EDT
     Viewed:  708 times  
    Doctor Who News

    Big Finish has finally updated their website and have released the latest instalment in the Doctor Who series: The Nowhere Place with Colin Baker as the 6th Doctor and Maggie Stables as Evelyn.

    They are also announcing the launch of a new four part miniseries in September; I, Davros. The miniseries which begins with the episode “Innocence” tells the story of Davros before he created the Daleks. Rory Jennings (The Idiot's Lantern) plays the young Davros and Terry Malloy reprises his role as the evil genius from episode 2 onwards.

    Visit the Big Finish site for more information.


     Mark Strickson to Appear at United Fan Con  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Wednesday, August 02 2006 @ 04:30 PM EDT
     Viewed:  997 times  
    Doctor Who News

    New England's premiere science fiction, rock & roll, fantasy, and comic book convention, United Fan Con taking place on November 10th -12th, 2006 has announced that Mark Strickson (Vislor Turlogh of Doctor Who) along with William Shatner are slated as guests for this year's annual convention in Springfield, Massachusetts.

    For more information see the United Fan Con web site.


     BBC Audio: The Stone Rose: The Resurrection Casket: The Feast Of The Drowned.  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Sunday, July 30 2006 @ 10:00 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,363 times  
    DW Reviews

    Read by David Tennant.

    Three Enjoyable romps for the Doctor; Rose and extended family released by B.B.C. Audio: One past; one present day and one set (sort of) future.

    The Stone Rose by Jacqueline Raynor is mainly set in the past but starts in the present when Micky finds a statue in the British Museum from the Roman Empire which bears a remarkable resemblance to Rose. Of course you know what is coming next... The Doctor and Rose travel back to ancient Rome to resolve this mystery.

    The Resurrection Casket by Justin Richards would be the future. The Tardis lands in a section of the galaxy where electricity is useless and everything is powered by steam including spaceships. So it really is no surprise when the Tardis refuses to work and the Doctor and Rose find themselves locked out. This begins an old fashioned pirates and buried treasure tale.

    The Feast of the Drowned by Stephen Cole is the present. A British warship is lost with all hands in mysterious circumstances and one of the lost sailors is an old crush of Rose's. Then the sailors begin to come back in a ghostly form to invite their relatives to commit suicide and join them. Of course the Doctor and Rose investigate and find that some things are a little more than classified.

    These stories are all read brilliantly by David Tennant who mimics the characteristics of the regular cast in an almost uncanny style. The stories are all extremely entertaining although they require a little concentration from the listener. Fair play to B.B.C. Audio who have kept the prices reasonable and as such they provide excellent value. The interviews with the authors at the end of each disc are somewhat redundant as each is asked the same basic questions but I am guessing that 99% of the listening audience will not bother with them anyway. If you are looking at these on a web page and wavering on whether they are worth your hard earned... Waver no more... They are!


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    Most Recent Post: 08/02 07:18PM by BadWolf

     It's Bigger on the Inside  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Friday, July 28 2006 @ 11:26 PM EDT
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    Doctor Who NewsThe BBC has built new studios in South Wales especially for our favourite Time Lord and our favourite Captain.

    After filming the last two series of Doctor Who in various cramped locations (including I.T.V. Wales studios) BBC Wales has officially cut the ribbon on the new location which should be large enough to hold all of the sets used in a series (so they don't have to be torn down before filming can restart) and can even hold the Tochwood sets.

    The new property sited three miles outside of Pontypridd is 86,000 sqft has six sound stages; onsite video editing and workshops. It is 10 times larger than the current BBC Wales facilty in Cardff.

    Welsh Enterprise Minister, Andrew Davies attended the official opening and David Tennant actually managed to land the Tardis in the right time space co ordinates to join the festivities.

    Such an investment can only bode well for a forth series.

    Details here:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/wales/5222610.stm

     Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 48  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Friday, July 28 2006 @ 06:08 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,410 times  
    DW: Podshock

    Episode 48 of Doctor Who: Podshock is now available.

    "Daleks have no concept of elegance!" -- "This is obvious..."

    Note: This episode was recorded on Sunday, 23 July, 2006. The Murray Gold interview was recorded prior to the BBC announcement of the new Doctor Who soundtrack.





    Doctor Who: Podshock
    Episode 48
    For the Week of the 24th of July 2006

    Running Time: 2:08:06

    In this episode:

    News - Director David Malonie Dies, Original Dalek voice artist Peter Hawkins dies, New Soundtrack Announced, The Ark comes to CD.

    Features - Interview with Doctor Who composer Murray Gold -- An in depth interview with Mr. Gold in which he speaks of the new soundtrack, even before the announcement was made recently by the BBC. Also, Australian corespondents Chris Rattray and Ashlee (AKA "Triple B") report on Doomsday from the land down under.

    Feedback - James calls in with his thoughts on Doomsday, Scott, Mystery Caller, Leighton in Chicago, and West from Geek Week GA.

    Promos - 'MMM Commentaries' podcast, 'Cinemaslave' podcast, and 'Ramble with Russel' podcast.

    Guest - Canadian Corespondent Russel Hale.

    Doctor Who: Podshock features the latest Doctor Who news and discussions from both US and UK perspectives. Hosted by Ken Deep and Louis Trapani in the US and James Naughton in the UK, with segments by correspondents in Australia and Canada.

    Below are links to both the Enhanced Podcast format AAC version of the show as well as the MP3 format version of the same show.

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 48 (AAC Enhanced Podcast format, 61.1 MB)

    -> Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 48 (MP3 format, 58.6 MB)

    If you are subscribing to our podcast via one of the feeds, you will get it automatically. If not, you can also grab it manually using the links above. Available in both Enhanced Podcast format and MP3 format.

    For extended show notes (with links) click the "read more" below ((coming soon - (we hope)) Remember all the links mentioned in this podcast are embedded in the Enhanced Podcast format version of our podcast).


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    Most Recent Post: 08/04 03:24PM by James

     Big Finish 001 – The Sirens Of Time:  View Printable Version  
     Author:  BadWolf
     Dated:  Sunday, July 23 2006 @ 01:52 AM EDT
     Viewed:  1,202 times  
    DW Reviews Peter Davison as the 5th Doctor Colin Baker as the 6th Doctor and Sylvester McCoy as the 7th Doctor.

    Believe it or not July is the 7th anniversary of this Big Finish Debut so it is probably appropriate to go back and look at where it all started. For fairly obvious reasons Big Finish wanted to trumpet their arrival on the Doctor Who scene so we have a multiple Doctor story with the 5th 6th and 7th Doctors (Paul McGann signed up much later). The first three episodes feature each of the Doctors in a separate scenario and each ends in a (sort of) cliff-hanger.

    Episode one with the 7th Doctor arriving on a shielded planet and finding himself rescuing a woman called Elenya from quicksand before ending up in the middle of an assassination attempt on Sancroff; one of the Knights of Velyshaa. This episode contains some hints of actors and stories to come; Maggie Stables who plays a cackling crone called Ruthy will go on from here to become the 6th Doctors companion Dr Evelyn Smythe Sarah Mowat who plays 5 incarnations of the same being will become Susan Mendez and take memories of Sancroff to the Dalek Wars along with the Knights Of Velyshaa.

    (Continues below)

     Torchwood Sections Added to Site  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Saturday, July 22 2006 @ 07:14 PM EDT
     Viewed:  1,448 times  
    Embassy News

    With the new Doctor Who spin-off series, Torchwood just a few months away from premiering on the BBC, what better time to add a new Topic for article postings and Forum category dedicated to the new series. Although we have been covering Torchwood since it's first announcement in October 2005, the new sectioins on our site will allow visitors to navigate to areas of interest concerning the new series more easily now.

    -> Torchwood Topic
    -> Torchwood Forum Category


     Director David Maloney Dies  View Printable Version  
     Author:  Louis
     Dated:  Friday, July 21 2006 @ 11:53 AM EDT
     Viewed:  990 times  
    Doctor Who News

    The BBC is reporting that Doctor Who director, David Maloney has passed away on the 18th of July.

    It was in 1965 for the story, The Time Meddler when he first worked in the series as a production assistant. As a director, he was responsible for some of the classics such as The Mind Robber, The Krotons, The War Games, Planet of the Daleks, Genesis of the Daleks, Planet of Evil, The Deadly Assassin, and The Talons of Weng-Chiang.

    He was also producer for the first two series of Blake's 7 and 1981's Day of the Triffids.

    He can be heard in the commentaries in the recent DVD release of Genesis of the Daleks as well as previously released DVDs of Talons of Weng-Chiang and The Mind Robber. With a respectable body of work, he has left his mark on Doctor Who without a doubt.

    Read more about it here: BBC - Horror master Maloney dies.


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    Most Recent Post: 07/23 09:11PM by Louis

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