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Day of the Doctor Nominated as the Best of British

BBC - Doctor Who - Fri, 04/11/2014 - 5:00am

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor has been nominated in the ‘Best of British’ category in the Freesat Free TV Awards. This latest accolade makes it a great month for the 50th anniversary special which received a BAFTA TV nomination earlier this week! The Freesat Awards’ ‘Best of British’ category exists to celebrate ‘the absolute best programme or series on the UK’s free-to-air TV channels’. The winner will be decided by a panel of industry experts and announced at a ceremony on the 17 June, 2014. Good luck to everybody involved!

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor has been nominated in the ‘Best of British’ category in the Freesat Free TV Awards. This latest accolade makes it a great month for the 50th anniversary special which received a BAFTA TV nomination earlier this week!

The Freesat Awards’ ‘Best of British’ category exists to celebrate ‘the absolute best programme or series on the UK’s free-to-air TV channels’. The winner will be decided by a panel of industry experts and announced at a ceremony on the 17 June, 2014.

Good luck to everybody involved!

Categories: Doctor Who

We review 'The Mark of the Rani' Plus News and More in Doctor Who: Podshock 301

Art Trap Productions - Thu, 04/10/2014 - 2:19pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 301
Running Time: 2:05:17

In memory of Kate O'Mara we review the Doctor Who story, 'The Mark of the Rani' starring Colin Baker as the Doctor, plus news, your feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper and Ian Bisset

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301 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Thu, 04/10/2014 - 1:50pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 301
Running time: 2:05:17

In memory of Kate O'Mara we review the Doctor Who story, 'The Mark of the Rani' starring Colin Baker as the Doctor, plus news, your feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper and Ian Bisset.

Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

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Categories: Doctor Who, Podcasts

Ben Miller to Guest Star in Doctor Who

BBC - Doctor Who - Tue, 04/08/2014 - 3:57am

Ben Miller is set to guest star opposite Peter Capaldi when the new series of Doctor Who returns this autumn.

Commenting on his role, Ben Miller said: ‘As a committed Whovian I cannot believe my luck in joining the Twelfth Doctor for one of his inaugural adventures. My only worry is that they'll make me leave the set when I'm not filming.’

Miller achieved fame as half of comedy duo Armstrong and Miller before success in dramas, including Primeval and more recently, as DI Richard Poole, the central character in the first two series of the BBC’s Death in Paradise.

Miller’s partner in comedy, Alexander Armstrong, appeared in Doctor Who’s 2011 Christmas Special, playing Reg Arwell, but it’s Miller’s first time on the show and he’ll be starring in an episode written by Mark Gatiss.

Steven Moffat, lead writer and executive producer, added: ‘Mark Gatiss has written us a storming villain for his new episode, and with Capaldi in the TARDIS, we knew we needed somebody special to send everybody behind the sofa. And quite frankly, it's about time Ben Miller was in Doctor Who!’

Other familiar faces confirmed to join Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman in the new series, which will TX on BBC One later this year, include Tom Riley and Keeley Hawes.

Categories: Doctor Who

Doctor Who Nominated for Public Vote BAFTA

BBC - Doctor Who - Mon, 04/07/2014 - 7:17am

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor has been nominated for a BAFTA Television Award. The nomination comes in the Radio Times Audience Award category meaning you get to decide who wins…

The Radio Times Audience Award is the only prize at the 2014 BAFTA TV Awards chosen by the public and voting has already begun so you can select the show you’d like to see scoop the award straightaway!

To find out more and to cast your vote, visit the Radio Times Audience Award site. Voting closes at midday on Thursday, 15 May, 2014 with the winners announced at the annual ceremony, three days later on Sunday, 18 May.

And congratulation to Mark Gatiss and the whole team behind An Adventure in Space and Time. The one-off drama about the origins of Doctor Who has been nominated in the Single Drama category, so good luck to everybody involved!

Finally, you can remind yourself of why Doctor Who received the nomination with clips, a fact file, galleries and more for the 50th special at The Day of the Doctor.

Categories: Doctor Who

Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 04 April 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Fri, 04/04/2014 - 9:06am

Another round-up of the latest news and tidbits from the world of Doctor Who, including the sad news of the death of Kate O'Mara (the Rani)....


[View the story "Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 04 April 2014" on Storify]Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 04 April 2014Another round-up of the latest news and tidbits from the world of Doctor Who, including the sad news of the death of Kate O'Mara (the Rani)....

Storified by David Lewis· Fri, Apr 04 2014 07:05:16

Farewell to the RaniVery sad news. Doctor Who and Dynasty actress Kate O'Mara has died aged 74 http://dspy.me/1hnViW5 "A shining star has gone out, and Kate will be dearly missed by all who knew and have worked with her."Digital SpyDynasty and Doctor Who actress Kate O'Mara dies aged 74She was best known for her role as the scheming Caress Morell, the sister of Alexis Colby on Eighties American soap opera Dynasty. She also had roles in television shows, including Howards' Way, Triangle and long-running Science Fiction series Doctor Who.Classic Doctor Who 1963 to 1989Kate O'Mara reflects on Dr Who roleFormer Dynasty star Kate O'Mara has died at the age of 74, her agent said. The British actress was best known for her role as sister to Joan Collins' Alexis Colby in the US soap. She also starred in Doctor Who in the 1980s.We're sorry to hear that Kate O'Mara, former star of Doctor Who, has died at the age of 74 http://t.co/9Ax2B0P9Lz http://t.co/o4qEvGOyRqDavid Tennant News Doctor Who and Dynasty actress Kate O'Mara dies, aged 74Kate O'Mara , who starred in Doctor Who and Dynasty, has died. The 74-year-old actress's agent announced the news this afternoon (March 30). O'Mara's spokesperson confirmed that she passed away this morning in a Sussex nursing home following a short illness.We are terribly sad to report that #DoctorWho actress, Kate O'Mara has died, aged 74 - http://t.co/JVDH7VdvyC http://t.co/Mbk7tEqSsfClassicDoctorWho24/7Remembering Kate O'Mara 1939 -2014Actress Kate O'Mara has died in a Sussex nursing home after a short illness, the performer was 74. She'll be best remembered for her roles in shows such as Dynasty, Howard's Way and Doctor Who. O'Mara was born on the 10th of August 1939, first setting into the footlights in 1963 in a production of The Merchant of Venice.I always try to be professional when I meet Doctor Who stars, but I'm so glad I made this one exception. #kateomara http://t.co/WGmvuROnfYEdward RussellHere are two clips of the late, great Kate O'Mara in action as the wonderfully villainous foe, the Rani: http://t.co/vbkZ9eK5JMDoctor Who OfficialPaul GeeOh my goodness. Kate O'Mara is no longer with us. Sad sad news. A delightful, committed and talented lady and actress. We are the poorerColin BakerWe’re very sad to post that the brilliant Kate O'Mara passed away yesterday. In her honour, we’re dedicating our #MonsterMonday to the Rani - the unforgettable renegade Time Lord that Kate played alongside the Sixth and Seventh Doctors. An amazing character played by an amazing actress.Doctor WhoKate O'Mara was great in Doctor Who. Shame about the scripts.Most of the bulletins on Sunday reporting the sad news of the death of Kate O'Mara at the age of 74 mentioned her connection with Doctor Who. Not only did she find millions of fans in Dynasty and Howard's Way but she also played the despicable rogue Time Lord the Rani three times in the eighties and nineties.Just heard that Kate O'Mara has died......a lovely lady.Frazer HinesRIP Kate O'Mara: Five Of Her Best MomentsThe sad news came in over the weekend that Kate O'Mara-the actress Doctor Who fans know as the Rani, and Dynasty fans remember as Caress Morrell-has died, after suffering from a short illness.Such sad news:Kate O'Mara is no longer with us. A charismatic, courageous, & caring soul; a wonderful actor & a friend. May she finally RIP.Nicola BryantJoan Collins leads O'Mara tributesFormer Dynasty actress Joan Collins has described the death of her late co-star Kate O'Mara as "tragic news", adding "we had great fun on Dynasty when she played my sister Caress... RIP". O'Mara died aged 74 in a Sussex nursing home on Sunday following a short illness, her agent said.Farewell to the much underrated & glorious Kate O'Mara. Had the pleasure of working with her on 'Nebulous'. Deft, funny & delightful. RIPMark GatissFunk's House of GeekeryYesterday we received word that the actress Kate O'Mara has passed away at the age of 74 following a short illness. O'Mara has been a staple on cinema and television screens since the early 60s and has literally dozens of theatre credits, but unless you're a fan of Dynasty her name may not immediately ring a bell....Sad that Kate O'Mara has died: despite poor health at the 50th she still came dressed as a glamourpuss space dominatrix & I loved her for itToby HadokeKate O'Mara: An AppreciationThere's no argument about how much of a brilliant and awe-inspiring role Kate O'Mara had to play in Doctor Who in the late 1980s. She's the esteemed actress who graced our screens as the Rani, one of the fandom's all-time favourite antagonists, who transformed a fairly rusty pair of serials into two wonderful pieces of Who history.Kate O'Mara, favourite TV appearance Casualty Sketch for Children In Need when run over by a steam roller. http://t.co/5XGcX5InhE.!Simon Fisher-BeckerMy encounters with Doctor Who and Dynasty's Kate O'MaraA great beauty... A consummate actress who loved acting for acting's sake... Whatever tags are attached to her - and "camp" and "vamp" readily are - Kate O'Mara brought a lot of joy to millions. I first noticed her in the 1970s.Kate O'Mara dies - http://t.co/k7ThwRDjjYDWAS ONLINEVerityPodcast.comThis week's Extra is somewhat melancholy. Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, Liz, and Lynne as we remember the Rani and pay tribute to the contribution of the late Kate O'Mara. Cold, sharp, stylish, snarky, and oh-so-delightful, the Rani is one of the Verities' most beloved Gallifreyan villains. Why do we love her?Dear Kate O ' Mara has gone on her awfully big adventure .the wonderful legacy of her work is with us forever . Thank u Kate . XxxKatyManning OfficialVery sad to hear that Kate O'Mara has passed away. She was always so fantastic to work with. Thoughts go out to her family and friends.Fantom TweetsR.I.P. Kate O'Mara. 10 August 1939 - 30 March 2014. The Rani. ~ To her credit she made the Rani much more… https://t.co/LPvwQxYTkCTerry LightfootKate O'Mara, who has died at 74, gave her final interview about Doctor Who in November, during the 50th celebrations: http://t.co/OECZX47rXjDoctor Who MagazineObituary: Kate O'Mara (1939-2014) http://t.co/e0UGPnxCQh via @DrWhoOnlineDoctor Who OnlineR.I.P. Kate O'Mara. 10 August 1939 - 30 March 2014. The Rani. A lovely lady who'll be sadly missed. #doctorwho … https://t.co/oh4Cu6YzTODirty WhoersRIP Kate O'Mara #DoctorWhoDuncan DayKate O'Mara 1939-2014: Actress Kate O'Mara, forever known to Doctor Who fans as The Rani, has died at the age ... http://t.co/rOKdf2Sq9BDoctor Who NewsHow wonderful to hear the words "Leave the girl, it's the man I want!" on the Ten O'Clock News; but what sad circumstances. RIP Kate O'Mara.Tom SpilsburyWe’re very sad to hear that the legendary Kate O’Mara has died. A sensational Rani who will be greatly missed http://t.co/nH2CYDpcqODoctorWhoExperienceWhovian NewsWe’re delighted to confirm that Trevor Cooper (far right in the pic below) appears in the new series! http://t.co/Q341RtzS1WDoctor Who OfficialBBC - Blogs - Doctor Who - Tom Riley to star in an episode written by Mark GatissThe Doctor Who Team We can confirm that Tom Riley will appear in the new series of Doctor Who, starring in an adventure written by Mark Gatiss. Tom's previous credits include Inspector Lewis, the hit comedy Twenty Twelve and Monroe.New Doctor Who Peter Capaldi was "very kind" to Jon Pertwee's family, reveals son Sean PertweeFrom promo photos to their costumes, eagle-eyed fans have long been noticing certain similarities between new Doctor Peter Capaldi and the third incarnation of the Time Lord, Jon Pertwee. Well now his son, actor Sean Pertwee, has revealed that the two were friends.Doctor Who's Keeley Hawes talks her role and Line Of Duty's endingIt's been a busy year for Keeley Hawes. After appearing in the criticality-acclaimed Line Of Duty, she's now just finished up on filming her role as a villain in Doctor Who. As announced last month, Hawes will play Ms Delphox: a "powerful" banker with a "dark secret."Moffat explains why the Doctor didn't die at Trenzalore (with a little help from the Doctor himself!)The Time of the Doctor contradicted Who continuity from only two episodes prior. So what gives? Remember that time the Doctor went to Trenzalore and there was this giant version of his TARDIS there? And then remember how the giant TARDIS had a tomb inside it where the Doctor himself is supposed to be buried?Series 8: Episode 3 & 6 Writers & Guest StarsMark Gatiss and Gareth Roberts' episode slots confirmed.Paul McGann: I don't ever expect to be involved in Doctor Who againEver since making his sensational return in the 50th anniversary minisode The Night Of The Doctor, fans have been desperate for more from Paul McGann's eighth incarnation of the Time Lord. The man himself, however, is not that optimistic that he'll ever be asked to appear again.Sonic Screwdriver - Android Apps on Google PlayA gadget which emulates the Sonic Screwdriver from the BBC show 'Dr. Who'. If you don't like Dr.Who, its not the App for you. Ad Free Donate Version N...Whovian ExtrasDoctor Who fan proposes to his girlfriend during photo with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan at the Wizard World convention in LouisvilleOnce upon a time they were teaming up on-screen on a weekly basis but nowadays a public appearance by Matt Smith AND Karen Gillan is a rare thing.The Doctor Who TARDIS tourThey may not actually be able to time travel, but these original blue police call boxes are as close as you'll get to a real Tardis... In 1963, when Doctor Who began, hundreds of blue police phone boxes were scattered all over the UK.Town's 'Tardis' police box arrivesA police box, similar to that made famous in the television series Doctor Who, has been positioned in a town. The steel-framed Tardis-like box was craned into Boscombe's precinct on Christchurch Road, Dorset, ahead of its official opening.In Print Comic: THE INFINITES Strip 24We now know that John Hurt played the real, official 9th Doctor, but that Christopher Eccleston is still referred to as the 9th according to Steven Moffat (and I can't fault his reasoning). But before this most recent confusion there were still other contenders for the office of the 9th Doctor.Why "Time" was the Perfect Summary of Smith's EraGuest contributor Connor Johnston gives his opinion on Smith's swan song.Doctor Who: 5 Reasons We Really Don't Want a Prequel on GallifreyRecently, 3 Stags, the same group that made the news by sending a replica of the Tardis into low orbit, attempted to put together a series that would deal with the lives of The Doctor and The Master before either left Gallifrey.Moffat Explains Doctor's Timey TombSteven Moffat has addressed some timey-wimey confusion following events in The Time of the Doctor. In his production notes in the latest DWM a reader asks that if the Doctor in fact prevented his own death how could his tomb be there in The Name of the Doctor?Unused Doctor Who Monsters (part three)Here we go. I'm by no means the first to make this joke, as Google will testify, but it really was too good an opportunity to miss. --- A significant proportion of my audience is American, and may have never heard of the Wurzels, in which case this might help.Smith's Regeneration Was Originally More Brutal & TroublingMatt Smith has said that the regeneration fans saw in The Time of the Doctor was very different to other versions he shot. Speaking at the WonderCon Q&A he said: "It's very interesting the Christmas episode and particularly the regeneration. We shot so many versions of that."DAVID TENNANT NEWS UPDATES: COMPETITION: Win A Pure Silver David Tennant / Doctor Who CoinTorchwood Children of Earth: In PerspectiveIt is difficult to believe that it has almost been five years now since Torchwood: Children of Earth first graced our television screens. Budget cuts had necessitated a change from the traditional 'story of the week' format, with creator Russell T Davies instead opting for a single narrative drawn out over five episodes.Make a TARDIS Dress and Become a Time MachineIt's not easy to dress like a spaceship. Even the TARDIS from Doctor Who is too big and boxy to wear around for any length of time. You definitely could make one from cardboard, but there's another way - turn the time machine into a dress!Could the TARDIS Become a Permanent Companion?The TARDIS has been there from the start. Truly it is a staple of the show, and a character in its own right. But what if it could become more? What if 'she' could have a voice, a face, a body... permanently?The Consulting DetectiveThis time last year I was in the midst of my so-called Sixth Doctor Challenge as I tackled every Doctor Who story which featured the Sixth Doctor as played by Colin Baker. One year on, my opinion of the Sixth Doctor has not dramatically altered.WhoTubeSTONE - A Doctor Who POV Short FilmjohnsmithvfxDoctor Who: Series 8 Opening Scene [Series 5 Style: Fan-made]gsEfd_tfW3E1vUnFn1V85ABabelcolour Tribute - The CompanionsbabelcolourDWO 50 Years Of The Title Spoken In The EpisodedrwhoonlineThe Time Lord victorious is wrong! - Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars - BBCdoctorwhoMatt Smith sings the Doctor Who theme songpoppehtartMeeting PAUL McGANN - Memorabilia 2014 (Birmingham - 22nd March 2014)thejaznetworkPeter Capaldi signing for young fan (02/04/14)ambblouuA Human Farm - Doctor Who - New Earth - BBCdoctorwhoFinal Production Proof of the 11th/12th Doctor sonic screwdriver replicacelestialtoystoreThe Doctor Is In! - Doctor Who - New Earth - BBCdoctorwhoAsk the Doctor — Episode Peter Capaldi — SEASON FINALE!notliterallyDoctor Who: Legacy - Facebook preview!theadiposetvThe Official Doctor Who Figurine Collection - USA TV CommercialeaglemossltdDoctor Who: Legacy - Full Perk System DetailstheadiposetvBBC iPlayerDoctor Who: Series 5: The Big BangThe Stone Dalek closes in on the Doctor, and reality's last hope is a little girl who still believes in stars. ( R) The Stone Dalek closes in on the Doctor, and reality's last hope is a little girl who still believes in stars. ( R)Doctor Who: Cobwebs: Episode 2The time travellers learn more about the base's crew and the planet's only species. But which is deadlier? Stars Peter Davison. The time travellers learn more about the base's crew and the planet's only species. But which is deadlier? Stars Peter Davison.Whovian Art, Craft and WhomourThe 11th DoctorspeedportraitsThe Eleventh DoctorKingatGuardianA different type of GallifreyTitanbastJenna ColemanChrisHernandez215Doctor Who: Box Full of StarsRisachantagHello Sweetie WIP VIIPhoenix-CryTARDIS in SpaceElfyTay1213the eleventh doctorFanartittudeEleventh doctor And AmyFanartittudeDoctor WhoovesMLP: Doctor WhoovesNamiAneThe first encounterPrincessPurplePieBreaking His HeartsBiosonic100Family OutingBiosonic100Whovian MerchandiseDWM Issue 472Doctor Who MagazineDoctor Who Magazine 472 | Doctor Who MagazineCatch up with Paul McGann, as he discussed life after Eight - in Doctor Who Magazine 472! "You know what? I don't expect to ever to be involved again," the Eighth Doctor actor tells DWM. "But I expect I'll be surprised one day by something. That's what Doctor Who's about.Introducing ‘The Essential #DoctorWho: Cybermen’ from the team that brings you Doctor Who Magazine. Everything you could need to know about the metal menaces in a limited edition 116 page guide – full of interviews and features on comics, audio stories, novels and the unmade serial 'The Genesis of the Cybermen'. Find out more here >> http://bit.ly/EssentialCybermenDoctor WhoDoctor Who: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Bust: 9th DoctorAfter nine years off the air, Doctor Who relaunched in 2005 with Christopher Eccleston's no-frills, tough-as-nails, energetic Ninth Doctor. This incredibly-detailed maxi-bust perfectly replicates the straightforward, heroic genius of Eccleston's unforgettable performance as the leather-jacketed man-of-the-people Doctor!Doctor Who: T-Shirts: 12th Doctor Costume"No frills, no scarf, no messing, just 100% Rebel Time Lord" Dress yourself as the accessory free, totally punk rock 12th Doctor as portrayed by Peter Capaldi. Gone are the bowtie, scarf, badges and question mark lapels - in are plain white shirts, simple cardigans and jackets with a rather flashy lining!Doctor Who T-Shirts: Vector Line UpRelated Products Product Description Cat No. S: 3075722, M: 3075739, L: 3075746, XL: 3075753, XXL: 3075760 Colour Grey Genre Cult TV Manufacturer Titan Merchandise Material cotton Series Doctor Who Types Clothing T-Shirts 'Allons-y', 'Geronimo' and, er, 'Kidneys' From 3D glasses, to bowties, to a rather intimidating pair of eyebrows - the 10th, 11th and 12th Doctors are represented as cool vector images in this great tee!Doctor Who: T-Shirts: Vector Full (Blue)Featuring the 12th Doctor in all his Rebel Time Lord Glory!Doctor Who: T-Shirts: 100% Rebel Time LordThis cool vector image of the 12th Doctor and his simple, yet stylish costume features the phrase that sums up the new incarnation of the Time Lord - "No frills, no scarf, no messing"Doctor Who: T-Shirts: Vector Closeup (Black)Featuring the 12th Doctor in all his Rebel Time Lord Glory!Two new covers today. First, it's @ManningOfficial in #DoctorWho Companion Chronicle The Elixir of Doom! Order now! http://t.co/mwFZzytK9LBig FinishJago and Litefoot Series 7 and 8 Covers - News - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Cover 2: #DoctorWho: Destroy the Infinite, starring Tom Baker, @Lou_Jameson and The Eminence! http://t.co/PYcRvk2rF8 http://t.co/7LJfWu9ALgBig FinishNewsToday we release the shiny new covers for two upcoming Doctor Who releases: May Companion Chronicle The Elixir of Doom, and June Fourth Doctor Adventure Destroy the Infinite! We complete the covers for Doctor Who's Companion Chronicles range with its penultimate instalment, The Elixir of Doom .Fourth Doctor 1:6 Scale Collector Figure 50th Anniversary EditionHome Products 1:6 Scale Collector Figures Fourth Doctor Limited Edition 1:6 Scale Limited Edition Collector Figure Edition Size - 1000 Availability - In Stock Est. Shipping Cost: UK £8.00 / EU £15.00 / US £22.00 / RotW £27.00 Walking through eternity in his outlandish and eccentric attire, his trademark long scarf trailing his footsteps, the Fourth Doctor cuts a striking figure.For US #DoctorWho fans: An Adventure in Space and Time US release date is 27th of May-Digital OnlySilva Screen RecordsIssue 62 - Vortex - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.2014 Doctor Who Monsters Coin Depicts CybermanNow available is the 2014 Cybermen 1/2 oz Silver Proof Coin. This release is the third issue from the Perth Mint of Australia's Doctor Who Monsters series. Colored reverse designs in the series showcase some of the most memorable foes encountered in the Doctor Who television program.NewsTom Baker, Louise Jameson and John Leeson are returning as the Doctor, Leela and K9 in the fourth series of Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor Adventures, which starts in January 2015. The series of eight one-hour audio adventures is released by Big Finish Productions.Whovian ReviewsSiskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #859: The Vault of Secrets Part 2"I want you to know. This is not in my job description." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Oct.19 2010. IN THIS ONE... Androvax makes off with his people's cryo-ship, but doesn't blow up the Earth thanks to Mr. Dread's help. REVIEW: I'm thinking the way Season 4 was broadcast may have had an effect on the writing.Life on Magrs'What the Shakespeare is going on here..?' Can the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? Can the Doctor and Rose inspire Charles Dickens to cheer himself up, plus foil an invasion of disembodied bodysnatchers all in one night? Best moment for Old School Who?Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #860: Death of the Doctor Part 1"Think of all the lives he touched. The whole planet should be in mourning, but no one knows." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Oct.25 2010. IN THIS ONE... According to UNIT, the Doctor is dead, but Sarah Jane, Jo Grant and the kids discover the alien undertakers aren't on the up and up.Philip Sandifer: Writer: The Alchemists of the Middle Ages Made Transmutation Their Main Aim in Life (The Beast Below)It's April 10, 2010. Scouting for Girls are at number one with "This Ain't a Love Song," with Plan B, Delirious, Tinie Tempah, and Inna also charting, as well as most of the crowd from last week. Including Bieber, yes.Life on MagrsCan the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? What was missing from every Aliens-invade-Earth Doctor Who story of the 1970s? Best moment for Old School Who? Glimpsing elements from the 1970s UNIT stories, but watching them being played out in this new version of Doctor Who is wonderful, surreal and exciting.Philip Sandifer: Writer: I Don't Like The Colour (Victory of the Daleks)It's April 17, 2010. Scouting for Girls are still at number one with "This Ain't a Love Song," with Plan B, Tinie Tempah, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Usher also charting, the latter working with will.i.am on "OMG."Life on Magrs'You're about as far from the stars as you can get.' Can the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? Can the fan-collecting gene go too far? Best moment for Old School Who? The wonderful intensity of Doctor Who confronting the last surviving member of the race that his people were at war with.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #861: Death of the Doctor Part 2"The coffin was the trap. The coffin was the solution. That's so neat, I could write a thesis." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Oct.26 2010. IN THIS ONE... The Shansheeth try to create a TARDIS key, but Jo and Sarah's memories overload their machine. Featuring the 11th Doctor!Life on MagrsCan the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? Once the novelty of The Show's return has worn off a little, and we start to get used to it being on every Saturday, can it pull off a standard, old-fashioned rooms-in-a-space station type story? Best moment for Old School Who?Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #862: The Empty Planet Part 1"What if aliens have decided to start the human race again, just beginning with you and me?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Nov.1 2010. IN THIS ONE... Everyone on Earth is gone except Clyde, Rani and this kid Gavin. REVIEW: Another Sarah Jane-lite story, but I tend to like these a great deal.Life on Magrs'I'll get it right next time, I promise.' Can the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? When was Doctor Who ever really about time travel, and what happens when it is? Best moment for Old School Who?Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #863: The Empty Planet Part 2"I don't like countdowns. There's never anything good at the end of a countdown, except New Year's and even that's rubbish." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Nov.2 2010. IN THIS ONE... Clyde and Rani must help cool robots find an alien prince before the Earth gets zapped.If you're into the Clyde-Rani relationship, all the good stuff from Part 1 is also in Part 2.Life on MagrsWhat Happens if They Touch Us? Can the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? When a mysterious ship crash lands on Earth and there's a seeping, creeping thing that infects the human population and turns them into zombies, is it always because someone's got an evil plan, or have they just made an awful mistake?Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #864: Lost in Time Part 1"The tapestry of time is a fragile thing. Apply the slightest pressure, and the threads of history can unravel." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Nov.8 2010. IN THIS ONE... Everyone is taken to the past separately - Rani to Jane Grey's court, Clyde to WWII, and Sarah Jane to a haunted house in the 19th century.DOCTOR WHO-My Own Little TimestreamThe TARDIS materializes underneath a giant glacial layer to find where the Doctor,Jamie and Victoria discover a huge plastic bio dome that-once they enter after two apparent scavengers exit the building encloses a building that even Victoria remarks resembles something from her own 19th century.Doctor Who: A Handful of Stardust reviewCould A Handful of Stardust be the best of the Time Trips ebooks to date? Here's Andrew's review...TARDIS MusingsIn which the Doctor and Romana head for Earth in search of the third segment of the Key to Time. The locator brings the TARDIS to the tranquil Cornish countryside - Boscombe Moor, not far from the Nine Travellers stone circle. The wand seems to point to the circle, but the signal is slightly confused.Hello TweetieThere are only a few days to go until the release of Jago and Litefoot – Series 7! In the meantime SEASON 8 artwork! http://t.co/KWDyAz5GgHBig FinishTo clarify. I've been commissioned to write two episodes of 'Doctor Who'. That doesn't mean they'll both necessarily be in this season.Mark GatissMe and my tiny Titan chum. Thank you @TitanMech http://t.co/clSV7qMLpYColin BakerHa ha cool @ThePoke: #TVmagazines http://t.co/VOegZzbEtC (via @lemora) #DoctorWhoLaraJust been told "Web of Fear" biggest selling Dr Who DVD.!!! Classic rocksFrazer Hines#boscombepolicebox countdown is on! 8 days to go until grand opening, 11.30am, Tues 8 April, Boscombe Precinct. http://t.co/yUIMpdRU6ADorset PoliceWe've been to see the #boscombepolicebox today. The yellow phone is in. 6 days until opening ceremony at 11.30am. http://t.co/ZOxF2Pg5qtDorset Police#boscombepolicebox is moved into position in the precinct this morning. 5 days until launch day on 8 April at11.30am. http://t.co/UCDxZtgJXUDorset PoliceGreat two days at @bigfinish with the cream of Scottish actors & a brilliant script. Also in the story are ....Aaaaargh gerroff Nick BriggsColin Baker"That's the exciting thing. No one in the universe can do what we're doing." @classicdw 2nd Doctor coming #DWLegacy! http://t.co/PFjTbAnwHSDoctor Who LegacyThe Masters are coming, yes, that's a plural. Check out the art for Roger Delgado! #DWLegacy @classicdw http://t.co/yMN9Ww5oL6Doctor Who LegacyCheck out the work-in-prog art for the 'crispy' Master from Deadly Assassin! #DWLegacy @classicdw #s5update http://t.co/qYGLApGrnYDoctor Who LegacyOuterspace Facebook~KatSongWhovians CafeIllustration for @dwmtweets Issue 472. Peter Capaldi dressing up doll!App Update: The Official #DoctorWho Sonic Screwdriver App is now available on Android! Download now here >> http://bit.ly/1m9g8sS Or download for iOS here >> http://bit.ly/1jrCnufDoctor WhoThe new police box for Boscombe is on the move ...FacebookThe Time Lords AcademyWibbly-wobbly, timey-wimeyDoctor Who FansThe Daily DalekHis Masters Voice, by http://madaigual.deviantart.com/Doctor Who and the Tardis ~ The Classic YearsCITIZEN CAANThe Daily DalekThe Tardis is built all ready for the Gold Coast Supanova Pop Culture Expo - Stand 15, Evocca College - hope to see you all there Hire a Tardis (Australia)Doctor Who Cos PlayOCCPDay2 - Cosplay-02 | Whoogle Images | PinterestPinterestWhovian Events@dorsetpolice @boscombecic “@SovCentBoscombe: Tue 8/4 #boscombepolicebox launch & family fun day by @creativekidsuk http://t.co/80J9KKx3hC”Sarah BedfordThe Doctor Who Experience, Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay, CardiffEaster Holiday Activities - confirmed! Posted: Wednesday, 2nd April 2014 This Easter the Doctor Who Experience has an exciting array of activities for you to enjoy! Monster Family Day Out - Wednesday 16th April On Wednesday 16th April the Doctor Who Experience will be hosting its annual ''Monster Family Day Out'.The Radiophonic Workshop are delighted to be appearing @GlastoFest http://t.co/LNJDMlNxHI http://t.co/Jr85eP5SgqRadiophonic WorkshopDoctor Who theme tune creators to play special gigDoctor Who theme tune creators to play special gig 6:00am Wednesday 2nd April 2014 in News Doctor Who theme tune creators to play special gig The creators of the iconic Doctor Who soundtrack are to reform for a special one-off performance. British electronic group Radiophonic Workshop will play at the University of Chichester on April 11.Myth Makers: The Making of Doctor WhoOver the last 51 years the Doctor has travelled through time and space on a never ending voyage of discovery. Similarly, the making of the show itself has undertaken its own journey. Today 'Doctor Who' is a colour, HD, CGI, surround sound spectacle - a far cry from its humble beginnings as a studio bound production made for monochrome 405 line televisions.Colin Baker and Mike Tucker will be guests at our Myth Makers event. June 1st at Riverside Studios. http://t.co/V3CLyQroLnDWAS ONLINEMonsters and aliens will invade Chippenham town hallMonsters and aliens will invade Chippenham town hall 8:00am Friday 4th April 2014 in Chippenham By Julie Armstrong, Senior reporter Anthony Milner, left, and Martin Coates, right, who are settting up Chippenham's first sci-fi event Chippenham's first sci-fi event is taking place in October this year and actors from Doctor Who, Star Wars and Farscape are already confirmed to attend.Are you ready for the Big Bang? Pandorica returns in 2014Pandorica will be returning on the weekend of 26th - 28th September 2014 at our new home of Future Inn (Cabots Circus, Bristol).New guest for Time of Angels: Arthur Darvill, Rory Williams, will be attending on the Sunday. http://t.co/AQvyIeGrGNStarfury ConventionsMy Dalek has a Puncture | Gordon Craig TheatreThe ExterminatorsOutside the TARDISDoctor Who: Peter Capaldi to make uncredited cameo in BBC drama ShetlandIf you're a Doctor Who fan, then you might want to listen carefully to next week's episode of BBC crime drama Shetland. Episode seven of the whodunit?, starring Douglas Henshall as Detective Inspector Jimmy Perez, is set to feature a sneaky uncredited audio-cameo from the twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi; who will be treating viewers to the unmistakable sound of his voice via a radio weather forecast.Former Doctor Who stars Karen Gillan and Matt Smith reunite at Oculus premiereThe pair, who starred alongside one another in in the hit sci-fi series from 2009 until 2011, were all smiles as they cosied up at a VIP screening of Gillan's new film, Oculus, where Smith had arrived to support his close friend.John Barrowman to star as Buttons in Cinderella GlasgowJohn Barrowman will return to the stage later this year to star as Buttons in Cinderella , at the SECC's Clyde Auditorium. The pantomime will play the Glasgow venue 13th December 2014 through to 4th January 2015. John Barrowman will play the role of Buttons, and will be joined by The Krankies.Whovians in Second LifeSecond Life is a virtual role playing world, and has lots of fan based regions including Doctor Who, plus I have my own sim called Paradox Island.In memory of the RaniThe Dark Tower has a condolance table for Kate O'Mara, a place to post your messages and memories to the great Timelady.News team on the moveThese reporters get everywhereNew Quest - Mummy TombThe evil Osirian, Sutekh is trying to escape his prison, to contain him find the four canopic jars, to reinforce his cell, to start the quest wear your combat hud and weapon of choice, then click Cassiopeia to get the first part of your orders, when completed return and click her again to see how you've done.Podcast and Audio Round-upWarning some podcast may not be suitable for children.
Doctor Who - The Fifth Doctor Series (trailer) by big-finishShortly after surviving the perils of Logopolis, Castrovalva and the machinations of the Master, the new Doctor and his new crew could be forgiven for wanting to take a breather from their tour of the galaxy. But when the TARDIS lands in a strange and unsettling environment, the urge to explore is irresistible...Doctor Who - The Flashing Blade VidiProg 1-13aqaW5R7Dwn9kcnrLFXCYQgWelcome to the DWPA - The Doctor Who Podcast AllianceThe directory and loose grouping of every Doctor Who Podcast in the world (hopefully!)Doctor Who: Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 54 (April #02) - Podcasts - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Whovian Spoilers, Set Reports and SpeculationsBeware of spoilers and rumours ahead that may ruin your enjoyment of the new series.Doctor Who Filming Series 8 - Caretaker Doctorauton710'Doctor Who' writer Mark Gatiss hints at Jane Austen storyMark Gatiss has hinted that English novelist Jane Austen could appear in an upcoming Doctor Who episode. The Sherlock co-creator has previously written six episodes for Doctor Who, including last year's 'Cold War' and 'The Crimson Horror'. His first Doctor Who episode, 2005?s 'The Unquiet Dead', featured Charles Dickens.

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Tom Riley to star in an episode written by Mark Gatiss

BBC - Doctor Who - Wed, 04/02/2014 - 4:07am

We can confirm that Tom Riley will appear in the new series of Doctor Who, starring in an adventure written by Mark Gatiss.

Tom’s previous credits include Inspector Lewis, the hit comedy Twenty Twelve and Monroe. He played Dave Beethoven in the BBC’s Freezing (above), starred opposite David Tennant in St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold and recently won plaudits for his portrayal of Leonardo Da Vinci in Da Vinci’s Demons. Filming on his Doctor Who episode begins soon.

Mark Gatiss needs no introduction to Doctor Who fans having written many previous episodes including The Unquiet Dead, Cold War and The Crimson Horror. He also wrote and was an executive producer on the acclaimed one-off drama, An Adventure in Space and Time.

The new series of Doctor Who introduces Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor alongside Jenna Coleman who returns as Clara. It begins later this year on BBC One!

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The Passing of Kate O'Mara and Interviews with Mary Tamm & Janet Fielding in Doctor Who: Podshock 300

Art Trap Productions - Tue, 04/01/2014 - 4:19pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 300
Running Time: 1:14:21

We reflect back on powerful women in Doctor Who with the passing of Kate O'Mara, interviews with Mary Tamm and Janet Fielding, plus news, your feedback and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani. Interviews courtesy of Chuck Rabb.

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300 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Tue, 04/01/2014 - 5:28am

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 300
Running time: 1:14:21

We reflect back at powerful women in Doctor Who with the passing of Kate O'Mara, interviews with Mary Tamm and Janet Fielding, plus news, your feedback and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani. Interviews courtesy of Chuck Rabb.

Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

This podcast is made possible in part by and is brought to you by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

Get the DWP Podcast Companion App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Whovian News and Extras for Saturday, 29 March 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Sat, 03/29/2014 - 6:14am

A mega round-up of news, reviews, pictures, podcasts and videos from the world of Doctor Who for the discerning Whovian...

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We review 'The Web of Fear' Plus News and More in Doctor Who: Podshock 299

Art Trap Productions - Tue, 03/25/2014 - 4:31am

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 299
Running Time: 1:30:46

Celebrate Patrick Troughton's birthday with this episode of Doctor Who: Podshock! The once missing Doctor Who story, 'The Web of Fear' starring Patrick Troughton is reviewed, plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani and Dave Cooper.

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299 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Tue, 03/25/2014 - 3:49am

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 299
Running time: 1:30:46

Celebrate Patrick Troughton's birthday with this episode of Doctor Who: Podshock! The once missing Doctor Who story, 'The Web of Fear' starring Patrick Troughton is reviewed, plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani and Dave Cooper.

Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

This podcast is made possible in part by and is brought to you by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.

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Doctor Who and An Adventure in Space and Time receive BAFTA Nominations

BBC - Doctor Who - Mon, 03/24/2014 - 10:40am

We're delighted to announce that Doctor Who and An Adventure in Space and Time have been nominated in five categories for the 2014 BAFTA Television Craft Awards.

The British Academy Television Craft Awards celebrate the best of TV’s production talent and the winners will be announced on Sunday, April 27. Milk VFX, Real SFX and The Model Unit have been nominated in the Special, Visual and Graphic Effects category for their incredible work on The Day of the Doctor. Bernie Davis, Eryl Ellis, Huw Thomas and Keith Ware have been nominated in the Entertainment Craft Team category for their work on Doctor Who at the Proms.

An Adventure in Space and Time has been nominated in three categories; Philip Kloss for Editing Fiction, Vickie Lang for Make Up and Hair Design and Suzanne Cave for Costume Design.

Good luck to everyone involved!

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Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 21 March 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Fri, 03/21/2014 - 10:31am


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Storified by David Lewis· Fri, Mar 21 2014 08:30:27

Today's Featured PictureKamelionLeda74Whovian NewsDoctor Who Matt Smith to play in Soccer Aid 2014 charity football matchMatt Smith has already shown Doctor Who fans what he can do on the football pitch in series five episode The Lodger, when he was the star player on a local pub team. This summer he'll be doing it again but this time for charity event Soccer Aid.Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi's Doctor is "radical" "wonderful" "dangerous" and "crazy" says writer Mark GatissWhat kind of Doctor will Peter Capaldi be? It's one of the big questions on fans' lips as they await their first proper look at the new Time Lord in action. Well, Mark Gatiss has already been treated to a glimpse and his verdict, summed up in three words, is "wonderful", "dangerous" and "crazy".Town's police 'Tardis' excites fansDoctor Who fans are getting excited about a Tardis-style police box due to open this Spring in Boscombe, Dorset. The idea is for a more visible police presence to tackle crime, but a TV show fan site said the box's "celebrity status" would outweigh that service.Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi will bring back the "mercurial, unknowable, frightening" side of DoctorChris Addison says he is "beyond excited" to see his former The Thick of It co-star Peter Capaldi take on the role of Doctor Who. The pair worked together on four series of the award-winning political comedy, as well as for the 2009 movie spin-off In the Loop and Addison thinks Capaldi will bring back some qualities that have been missing from the modern-day incarnations of the Doctor.BBC - Blogs - Doctor Who - The Sound of Doctor WhoDelia Derbyshire, who arranged Doctor Who's original theme tune, is featured in episode 2 of 'In Their Own Words: 20th Century Composers' which you can catch on BBC Four, tonight (21 March) at 8pm. Following its broadcast it will be available on BBC iPlayer for a limited period.Doctor Who TARDIS LEGO Set Up For Voting | GeekologieHey guys I am having some personal health problems, so bear with me. This is the Doctor Who TARDIS LEGO set currently up for voting on the LEGO Cuuso website. Of all the sets I've seen on the site recently, I feel like this one might actually stand a chance.Whovian ExtrasImage of the Day: Peter Capaldi gets Peter Davison's companionThat time the 12th Doctor hung out with the 5th Doctor's loudest companion.Doctor Who News: Fan RoundupTo celebrate Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, CultBox.co.uk asked fans to re-enact their favourite Doctor Who moment. Hundreds of fans from over 30 countries sent in their videos. Here are some of their favourite entries. Fanfilm: That Time of Night The team behind the Spanish fanfilm The Imperfect World is following up with a series of shorts.Springfield Punx: Doctor Who's ClaraClara Oswald (from new season of Doctor Who) An updated Clara for you today, and a "fresh regeneration" Capaldi 12th Doctor as a bonus. Also today, Niquolas did a great job drawing a Simpsons style Kevin Durant, check it out!In Print Comic: IN PRINT - Place holderDoctor Who News: Doctor DoodleA doodle by Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker , is being auctioned for charity as part of National Doodle Day 2014. The event is to raise money for Epilepsy Action with celebrities donating doodles to be auctioned on ebay. The auction is open until Sunday. Bids can me made via the website.In Print Comic: THE INFINITES Strip 22It's the Other(s) again. We last saw them in the conclusion of ' Paradox Now'. They're appearing here as the 7th Doctor was more in tune to his possible past selves than the other Doctors, as detailed at various points during the 'New Adventures'.TARDIS MusingsI decided to make the most of the lovely weather today by taking a leisurely walk along the Thames through Central London. It's a walk I've enjoyed many times, and have previously noted that it passes a number of locations that have been seen in Doctor Who.Dogtor Who: All the Time Lords - as dogsToday just got a whole lot better with the discovery that someone has re-imagined all 13 incarnations of the Time Lords from Doctor Who - as dogs.Doctor Who News: UNIT fannual is in the pipelineThe publishers behind the unofficial Peter Cushing Dr. Who fannual are seeking story pitches for a similar follow-up volume - this time centring on UNIT. Entitled The U.N.I.T Fannual 1974, the setting will be "the near future" following the end of the Doctor's exile on Earth, with the stories showing how the organisation is coping without his help as scientific adviser.Doctor Who: 5 Types Of Male Companions (And Where Danny Pink Might Fit)Let's face it - the ratio of male-to-female companions on Doctor Who has always leaned heavily in the females' favour. This really is a shame because a male companion has just as much to offer as a female one, and is it really fair to deny guys their chance to travel through time and space as well?FANNUAL: U.N.I.T Writer's GuidlelinesThe setting is 'the near future' in terms of the original airdate of the early-mid 1970s but no specifics, please. Britain has a space programme ( Ambassadors of Death) and is still seen as a prime mover in global politics ( The Mind of Evil/Day of the Daleks etc).Doctor Who's popularity over five yearsIf there were any doubts over what a slick machine Doctor Who has become under Steven Moffat and his revolving-door production team, have a gander at this graph of search terms over the last five years, tracking the relative popularity (in Google search frequency) of Chris Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.Doctor Who's Best & Worst CharactersFans of the BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who are famously obsessive regarding their likes and dislikes about the series, which has been on the air for more than half a century.Interview: Roger Limb of The Radiophonic WorkshopThe iconic BBC music ensemble behind the Doctor Who theme is back on tour The BBC's Radiophonic Workshop was an early pioneer of electronic music. Originally set up by Desmond Briscoe and Daphne Oram in 1958 to produce music and sound effects for radio, it soon became a hub for musical experimentation, producing hundreds of theme tunes and soundtracks for television.Dr Who fan exterminates the competitionA Doctor Who fan welcomed an unusual visitor to his Morecambe home when a life-size red, white and blue Dalek was delivered. Len Simpson won the one-of-a-kind Dalek in a nationwide competition. He said: "It was a complete shock to see the size of it, so at the moment it lives in the garage as it's too big to fit in the house!DOCTOR WHO ALIEN MOVEMENTS AT PQA OXFORDActor David Sullivan who played a Sontaran in Doctor Who delivered an Alien Movement Masterclass. David trained in musical theatre at The Arts Educational Schools, London. Since then, David has established himself as a versatile physical character actor on stage and TV working most notably with CBBC, Cbeebies, The Royal Opera, Dr Who, The National Theatre and numerous television adverts.Doctor Who: 8 Past Roles Proving Keeley Hawes' Casting Is AwesomeEver since last August when Peter Capaldi was revealed as the newest incarnation of everyone's favourite Time Lord, more news about the eighth series of Doctor Who has been leaking steadily into the public domain as we curse Steven Moffat for making us wait so long for everything.Doctor Who thing: another TARDIS little free library9 Flares Twitter 3 Facebook 3 Google+ 3 StumbleUpon 0 Email -- 9 Flares × A while back I highlighted a project by Jennifer in Florida who was looking to raise funds for a leave a book/take a book library in the shape of a TARDIS.Doctor Who: We're Catching Up to "The Future" Rapidly, And It's Not That WrongGeorge Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1948, giving humanity almost four decades to make his dystopia come true. That's sort of the sweet spot of science fiction a lot of the time. You want to set your story far enough in the future to make fantastic new elements not seem out of place, but not so far as to alienate the readers of today.WhoTubeEscape from the Water Zombies - Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars - BBCdoctorwhoClose Encounter With a Dalek - Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars - BBCdoctorwhoCold on Mars - Doctor Who Confidential - The Waters of Mars - BBCdoctorwhoYou Die Today - Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars - BBCdoctorwhoDoctor Who : Besieged - Dimensions (EXTENDED)gr8filmThe Matrix of GallifreythehistorynerdsGeorgia Moffet - Doctor Who Q&AgeorgiamoffettwebTARDIS sound and light driver unit demonstrationmegawaynedProfessor What #10 - Part 1 HDprofessorwhatProfessor What #10 - Part 2 HDprofessorwhatDoctor who demo for HorrorgoldmisterAsk the Doctor — Episode David TennantnotliterallyBBC iPlayerDoctor Who: Series 5: Amy's ChoiceA pregnant Amy Pond faces a terrible choice. Or does she? All is not as it seems in this chilling adventure... ( R) A pregnant Amy Pond faces a terrible choice. Or does she? All is not as it seems in this chilling adventure... ( R)Doctor Who: Series 5: The Hungry EarthThe reptilian Silurians are the former rulers of Earth. A drilling project awakens them - and now they want their planet back! ( R) The reptilian Silurians are the former rulers of Earth. A drilling project awakens them - and now they want their planet back! ( R)The Sarah Jane Adventures: Series 4: The Nightmare Man: Part 2Children's sci-fi series. With Luke, Clyde and Rani trapped in a bizarre dreamscape, Sarah Jane must fight alone as the Nightmare Man grows stronger. With Luke, Clyde and Rani trapped in a bizarre dreamscape, Sarah Jane must fight alone. As the Nightmare Man grows stronger, only K-9 might hold the key.The Sarah Jane Adventures: Series 4: Death of the Doctor: Part 2Children's science fiction drama. Old friends fight together - but is it too late to stop the sinister Shansheeth? Children's science fiction drama. Old friends fight together - but is it too late to stop the sinister Shansheeth?Whovian Art, Craft and WhomourThe War Doctor (Doctor Who)DOCTORWHOQUOTESWar Doctortee-kyrinFrozen in Time and Spacekhallion10th Doctortee-kyrinBring-me-his-heartsSwanStarDesigns11th Doctortee-kyrinHere Lies The DoctorSwanStarDesignsTrouble At TrenzaloreSwanStarDesignsDoctor WhoovesMoon RocksPurpleAmharicCoffeeWhovian MerchandisewhoschangingWHO'S CHANGING is the new documentary from Capital City Entertainment about the changing face of fans of Doctor Who, the hit BBC science fiction drama series.NewsOut in June, you can now enjoy the cover for Doctor Who main range title Masquerade, starring Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton as the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa. concludes a trilogy which begins next month in , and sends the Doctor and Nyssa on journeys to Earth of the 1920s, a deadly in space, and eighteenth century France.Boy who kicked pigs | Tom Baker novel | David Roberts illustrationsThis is Tom'sNewsWe've been waiting to reveal this information for a little while, but the time is right to say: Lady Louisa Pollard is back! Anneke Wills returns as Charley's mother in the upcoming Charlotte Pollard box set, and you can also meet her father, played by none other than Terrence Hardiman!Doctor Who Soundtrack Official Online Store : Merch, Music, Downloads & ClothingThe highly anticipated soundtrack to Doctor Who Series 7, the last to feature Matt Smith as the Doctor, is now released as a double CD.Whovian ReviewsDOCTOR WHO Clara Oswald 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07Doctor Who The Web of Fear DVD ReviewThe Web of Fear Review by Paul Bowler Following Salamander's demise and narrowly escaping from a giant web in space, the TARDIS materialises in the London Underground, where the tunnels have become infested with pulsating webs and the Great Intelligence's fearsome robotic Yeti. The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), Jamie, (Frazer Hines), and Victoria (Deborah Watling) are...DOCTOR WHO Weeping Angel (Screaming) 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07Book Review: DOCTOR WHO - STING OF THE ZYGONSWritten by Tony Jones Saturday, 15 March 2014 Review: Doctor Who - Sting of the Zygons / Author: Stephen Cole / Publisher: BBC Books / Release Date: Out Now is a Tenth Doctor (plus Martha) story set in the Lake District in 1909.DOCTOR WHO Zygon 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #844: The Beast Below"So is this how it works, Doctor? You never interfere in the affairs of other peoples or planets, unless there's children crying?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Apr.10 2010. IN THIS ONE... Starship UK, where every 5 years, you forget it's sitting on top of a Star Whale. REVIEW: How strange.DOCTOR WHO Imperial Guard Dalek & Assault Dalek 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Reviews | Votesaxon07votesaxon07Book Review: DOCTOR WHO - PRISONER OF THE DALEKSWritten by Paul Mount Saturday, 15 March 2014 Review: Doctor Who - Prisoner of the Daleks / Author: Trevor Baxendale / Publisher: BBC Books / Release Date: Out Now The Doctor, travelling alone, jumps a time-track (he does that sort of thing, you know) and finds himself at a point in history before the Time War wiped out the Daleks and the Time Lords.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #845: Victory of the DaleksTECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Apr.17 2010. IN THIS ONE... Winston Churchill vs. the Daleks. REVIEW: The episode initially holds some promise. Ian McNeice makes a fine iconic (as opposed to revisionist) Winston Churchill, the "Ironside" Dalek in camo paint looks great, and the servile Dalek plot pleasantly evokes Power of the Daleks.Who's Changing: An Adventure in Time with FansI've been eager to get my hands on new Doctor Who documentary Who's Changing: An Adventure in Time with Fans since I first stumbled upon the Kickstarter for it.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #846: The Time of Angels"Didn't anyone every tell you there's one thing you never put in a trap? If you're smart, if you value your continued existence, if you have any plans about seeing tomorrow, there is one thing you never, ever put in a trap." "And what would that be, sir?" "Me."Philip Sandifer: Writer: A Woman (The End of Time, Part One)It's December 25, 2009. Rage Against the Machine are at number one with "Killing in the Name," a feat of countercultural rebellion cooked up by people who got tired of the crown of the Christmas #1 being dominated year after year by The X Factor and who thus decided to try to send a different single to number one.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #847: Flesh and Stone"It's a long story. Doctor. It can't be told, it has to be lived. No sneak previews. Well, except for this one. You'll see me again quite soon, when the Pandorica opens." "The Pandorica. Ha! That's a fairy tale." "Doctor, aren't we all?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 1 2010.Philip Sandifer: Writer: A Split in the Skin of the World (The End of Time, Part Two)A bombed out husk of imagined Londons, all the dead and abandoned futures piled up alongside each other. All the things that could have been, united by their shared experience of a moment where it became obvious that they actually never could be.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #848: The Vampires of Venice"You know what's dangerous about you? It's not that you make people take risks, it's that you make them want to impress you." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 8 2010. IN THIS ONE... Rory's bachelor party becomes a trip to the Renaissance to fight fishy vampires.TARDIS MusingsIn which the Doctor's planned holiday is going to have to wait - after he is given an important mission by the White Guardian of Time. The Guardian diverts the TARDIS from its course. He appears as a white-haired old man, dressed like a Southern plantation owner.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #849: Amy's Choice"My boys. My poncho boys. If we're going to die, let's die looking like a Peruvian folk band." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 15 2010. IN THIS ONE... Either we're in the TARDIS freezing to death, or we're pregnant in Leadworth. Which is the dream?Doctor Who Serial 051 - Spearhead From SpaceSynopsis: The Doctor, having just regenerated, finds himself on exiled on Earth helping UNIT. Strange objects have fallen from the sky, as a forerunner for the Nestines to conquer Earth. Hello Jon Pertwee. Though most of episode one has The Doctor unconscious, we quickly get a good idea of who The Doctor is now.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #850: The Hungry Earth"Come to relive past glories, I'd imagine. Humans, you're so nostalgic." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 22 2010. IN THIS ONE... The new Silurians make their first appearance. REVIEW: Given his uneven track record on Torchwood, I'm surprised Moffat gave Chris Chibnall a shot on his Doctor Who (and by uneven, I mean his episodes swung between intense but fun drivel, and god-awful).Hello TweetieNow what are we up to? Only Time will tell... http://t.co/qCnxbRoGwBJanet FieldingArtwork that shows how the Ninth and Tenth Doctor’s sonic screwdriver developed… Here are ideas from 2004… http://t.co/VqfA0IO1TxDoctor Who OfficialOuterspace Facebookjean by:http://shewolf294.deviantart.com/jean by:http://meganlara.deviantart.com/Paul McGann at Newcastle Film & Comic Con in March 2014. (Source: http://villain-lover.tumblr.com/post/79309122617/photo-of-paul-in-newcastle-posing-by-a-replica-of)Doctor Who and the Tardis ~ The Classic YearsDoctor Who - A New Who ==> www.etsy.com/listing/182682518/doctor-who-a-new-whoThe Daily DalekThe original, you might say. Art by Richard Jennings.Lee SullivanPaul McGann as Andrew Undershaft in "Major Barbara" at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in August 2013. Photo courtesy: http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/Doctor Who and the Tardis ~ The Classic YearsR.I.P. Steve Moore - the comics scriptwriter who gave us the Dalek Killer Abslom Daak as well as Kroton the Cyberman among his amazing work. He has died at the age of 64.Doctor Who Cos PlayKevin... "Some time travelers just do not know how to drive!" - Ken SpiveyDoctor Who CosplayersHello PondMichael Davis, Unofficial Tenth Doctor ImpersonatorDoctor Who - TimelineSchantraWhovian EventsDoctor Who star from the 1960s will time travel to LowestoftDr Who star Sophie Aldred visited the Dawn Of Time coffee shop in Lowestoft, Anthony Carroll Tuesday, March 18, 2014 2:33 PM Doctor Who fans can meet one the programme's most popular characters when he materialises in Lowestoft on Saturday.Doctor Who writer in ChichesterAuthor, playwright and Doctor Who scriptwriter Robert Shearman is the next guest at the University of Chichester as part of a series of events organised by the media and English departments. Robert will be in conversation for the departments' Presents series, with Alison Macleod and Adam Locks, on Wednesday, April 2 at Bishop Otter campus.Outside the TARDISTHE REAL HISTORY OF SCI FI w/ David Tennant, Nathan Fillion & More - Sat APR 19 BBC AMERICAbbcamericatvNew Doctor Who villain Keeley Hawes acst alongside past and present Time Lords Paul McGann and Peter Capaldi in Channel 5's Hotel! - videoThis morning the internet buzzed with the news that an in-demand Keeley Hawes was to play a brand new villain in the next series of Doctor Who, uniting her with the latest Time Lord, Peter Capaldi. But this isn't the first time the pair have shared the screen, although we reckon they're probably hoping their previous collaboration on Channel 5's 2001 comedy spoof Hotel!Doctor Who Narrates Kinect Sports RivalsignentertainmentPaul McGann in all-star Three Sisters | Entertainment FocusHome " Theatre Section " Theatre News " Paul McGann in all-star Three Sisters Paul McGann, best-known for playing one half of Withnail & I, Percy Toplis in Alan Bleasdale's The Monocled Mutineer, Doctor Who and Durian in our sonic movie favourite The Minister of Chance, is set to return to the stage to play Vershinin in a production of Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters.Doctor Who News: People RoundupActor Olaf Pooley has been talking to on the occasion of his 100th birthday. The centenarian told the station the secret of a long life. A Facebook fan page for the actor has been set up here. A two-part, fully illustrated & extensive interview with Doctor Who companion actressKaty Manning has just been released online.Doctor Who News: Arthur Darvill Opens in OnceArthur Darvill has taken over the role of Guy in the West End production of Once the Musical . The actor, who played Rory Williams in Doctor Who, took over the role on Monday when the production celebrated its first birthday in London's Phoenix Theatre.Whovians in Second LifeSecond Life is a virtual role playing world, and has lots of fan based regions including Doctor Who, plus I have my own sim called Paradox Island.Paradox IslandPodcast and Audio Round-upWarning some podcast may not be suitable for children.Doctor Who: Tin Dog Podcast : TDP 374: Destiny of the Doctor 11 - The Time MachineThe Top Rated Doctor Who Podcast. One fan, One mic and an opinion. What more does anyone need? Daleks, TARDIS, Cybermen, Sontarans, Ood, Classic Series, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Smith and New Who. Home of Whostrology and the Big Finish Retrospective.Episode 88 : The RomansThe Ides of March are upon us, so to celebrate we'll be joining The First Doctor, Vicki, Ian and Barbara as they take a vacation near Rome around 64 A.D. For once the vacation goes off without much of a hitch and a month on there is no signs of any sort of adventures.Doctor Who: Radio Free SkaroWith a new podcast almost every week, Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most prolific, irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcas...The Oncoming Storm Ep 95: BF #38 - Double VisionIt's Our Inaugural ESO episode! Engarde! Wei, Wei zhis weeeek, Zee Oncoming Storm iz goings to France, so everyone iz speeking in zee zilly Frrench accentz! Wait, what? No one is doing that? Really? The American story get Foghorn Leghorn and the France story nothing? Alright then.Doctor Who: The Sonic Toolbox : Episode 125: Down The Rabbit HoleEDIT_HEREWanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who : Episode 5: The Keys of MarinusWanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor WhoStaggering Stories Podcast " Blog Archive " Staggering Stories Podcast #180: Busting Makes Us Feel GoodPodcast: Download (Duration: 1:18:35 - 45.0MB) Summary: Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Jean Riddler, Keith Dunn and Scott Fuller review the 1984 classic film 'Ghostbusters', play a Doctor Who trivia game, talk about the events 'The Third Surrey Steampunk Convivial' and 'Brighton Modelworld', find some general news and a variety of other stuff, specifically: 00:00 - Intro and theme tune.Doctor Who: Time Signatures : Episode 003 - The War MachinesA podcast dedicated to the music and sound of Doctor Who. Hosted by Emily K.Side Trip 13 - SYLVESTER MCCOY at Planet Comicon 2014 - Traveling the VortexTraveling the Vortex - Side Trip 13 - SYLVESTER MCCOY at Planet Comicon 2014Episode 42 - You Don't Look Like a Killer to MeEpisodes discussed: Doctor Who 3x13 Last of the Time Lords and Buffy 3x7 Revelations Last of the Time Lords Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Colin Teague It's up to Martha to save the world as the Doctor, Jack, and the Joneses are all held prisoner by the Master.Episode #212Simon Fisher-Becker aka Dorium Maldovar is our special guest this week....Reality Bomb - a Doctor Who podcast : Reality Bomb Episode 009EDIT_HEREEpisode 168 - We Lost the Doctor - Traveling the VortexA long one this week, but with the crammed packed weekend of this year's Planet Comicon in Kansas City, we had a lot to talk about. 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Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we talk about the rabbit holes we've disappeared down because of Doctor Who. Which actors and creators have we followed from Who? What other shows have we watched because of them? Are we embarrassed by these properties?Stories From The Vortex: A Doctor Who Audio Adventures PodcastThis episode finds Matthew Kresal, Mary Lang and Robert Haynes reviewing Sympathy For The Devil and Masters Of War, two stories from Big Finish's Doctor Who Unbound range starring David Warner as an alternative third Doctor.Doctor Who: The Krynoid PodCast : 054: The Reign of Terror70 Doctor Who - Genesis of the DaleksSpring-time for Davros! A disabled electrician with a massive ego invents a wheelchair with a bad attitude and a passion for unblocking toilets. Unable to leave the house, he orders his weekly shop online but the Thal supermarket delivers some bad clams so he blows them all to shit.Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who : Episode 6: The AztecsWanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor WhoDoctor Who: The Memory Cheats : The Memory Cheats #106A Doctor Who review podcast featuring Josh (Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway) and Steven (Radio Free Skaro) and their immediate reactions to randomly selected Doctor Who stories.Article 75: Giant Angry Robot " Articles of the Shadow ProclamationThis time around, we're looking at the Fourth Doctor's first episode: Robot. This episode features a most entertaining outfit choosing scene, someone with amazing scientist hair, and the threat of nuclear annihilation. You know. The usual. So, make yourself comfortable and join us for a discussion of Tom Baker's debut as The Doctor.2MTL 340: ReMasteredhttp://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-340.mp3 Download it! | Open Player in New Window We made it through the Matt Smith era without the return of the Doctor's arch-nemesis, the Master. A couple of weeks ago, the rumors started to circulate. Is he back to face Peter Capaldi? And should he wear a new face?Playing Doctor: A Doctor Who PodcastPodcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:09:30 - 23.9MB) When the TARDIS crash lands-again-the Doctor and crew find themselves in an alternate universe where Jackie and Pete Tyler are still together, Mickey really is Rickey, and of course, people travel in zeppelins.The Oncoming Storm : The Oncoming Storm EP 96: BF # 39 - BANG BANG, You're Dead!A Doctor Who Spinoff Media Podcast. 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Some fans have suggested that the creature bears similarities to classic Minotaur-influenced creatures the Nimon, and while it wouldn't be the first time a Doctor Who foe had been given a radical makeover, on closer examination the resemblance between them seems vague at most.Meet the latest Doctor Who monster (not actually a giant cow)Filming for Episode 4 continued today, with our first proper glimpse at one of the new monsters being introduced in series 8, who seems to have wandered straight off the set of a Guillermo Del Toro flick.Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi films new series in Cardiff's Bute ParkThe new doctor Peter Capaldi and his companion Jenna Coleman are spotted filming new series in the beautiful surroundings of Bute Park Surrounded by magnolia blossom in Cardiff's stunning Bute Park, the new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi and his companion Jenna Coleman looked delighted with the surroundings as filming continues in the latest series.

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The Sound of Doctor Who

BBC - Doctor Who - Fri, 03/21/2014 - 6:41am

Update! The programme detailed below is currently available on BBC iPlayer!

Delia Derbyshire, who arranged Doctor Who’s original theme tune, is featured in episode 2 of ‘In Their Own Words: 20th Century Composers’ which you can catch on BBC Four, tonight (21 March) at 8pm. Following its broadcast it will be available on BBC iPlayer for a limited period.

As well as realising Doctor Who’s theme tune over 50 years ago, Delia worked with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop who created much of the show’s distinctive music and sound fx throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s.

There’s another aural treat for Doctor Who fans as BBC Radio 4 Extra continues to repeat audio adventures featuring former Doctors. You can listen to these as they’re broadcast or catch up using BBC iPlayer. Just visit BBC Radio 4 Extra’s site for more details! 

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298 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Tue, 03/18/2014 - 7:05pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 298
Running time: 1:40:10

The once missing Doctor Who story, 'The Enemy of the World' starring Patrick Troughton is reviewed, plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani and Dave Cooper.

Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

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297 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 9:36pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 297
Running time: 1:10:31

We have a classic interview with Colin Baker from July 1985 in New Orleans (courtesy Chuck Rabb), plus the latest Doctor Who news, your feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani.

Presented to you by the Gallifreyan Embassy and is a production of Art Trap Productions.

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