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Help the Doctor defeat the Daleks in a special BBC Live Lesson

Thu, 03/23/2017 - 6:00am

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The Doctor needs your help… The Daleks have engineered a supernova of epic proportions that has damaged the TARDIS, and now the devastating shock wave is heading to Earth. Only the combined power of a million micro:bits can save the TARDIS, the Doctor and the world!

On Tuesday 28th March at 11am, you can help the Doctor and join the UK's biggest classroom with our special live and interactive Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson.

BBC Live Lessons support teachers and bring curriculum content to life. These broadcasts are streamed live from location to classrooms across the UK through the Live Lessons website. Please note the live stream will only be available in the UK.

Using their BBC micro:bit, students will be challenged to help the Doctor defeat the Daleks and save Earth in this epic 50 minute adventure. This lesson is aimed at 11-13 year olds and is devised around computational thinking skills, with guest experts from the fields of web search and computer gaming.

Find out more about the Doctor Who and the micro:bit Live Lesson and get your micro:bits ready… The Doctor needs you!

Here's a short taster of what BBC Live Lessons are all about and another date for the diary is Monday 24th April, as the adventure will continue with lots more great new Doctor Who curriculum linked projects and another mission set by the Doctor… Watch this space (and time)!

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Let’s Talk Trailer!

Mon, 03/13/2017 - 4:05pm

What did the latest trailer tell us about the new series..? What were our fave bits and what questions did it have us asking..?

1. The new series is going to rock. Yep, we’re getting that one out of the way from the get go. It’s packed with humour, action and all the usual Doctor-y goodness we expect from our favourite Time Lord!

2. Bill likes to get involved, ask questions… But will it be a non-stop fun ride? In an earlier trailer we heard the Doctor’s new companion say, ‘I wouldn't miss it for the world, even if it kills me.’ And here we see her having the time of her life, but judging from the shot of her looking all teary, there’s also sadness in store…

3. We already knew the Daleks were back but in a teasery twist we see a female humanoid saying, ‘Exterminate!’ What’s that about?

4. Missy = so fine. We got our first glimpse of Michelle Gomez as Missy in the new series and yes, it was a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment but yes, it’s got us amped for the return of the ‘Queen of Evil’!

5. Nardole… We love Matt Lucas’ character and we were over the moon(base) when it was announced he was a big part of the new series. Inevitably, his bits in the trailer brought smiles to our faces…

6. Talking of smiles… Well, sort of. Smilies. Emoticons… It’s a new robot! Bill claims it speaks emoji. Intriguing…

7. And how cool is this new look Ice Warrior? (Pun intended.)

8. We knew the Mondasian Cybermen were returning but every time we see them they get creepier. This latest look at the Doctor’s old foes was a great reminder of just how chilling they can be…

9. The Doctor seems to be having a high old time! This makes us happy. Just does. To quote his words from the trailer: ‘Bring it!’

10. Bill and Nardole’s excellent adventure with the Doctor begins on Saturday, April 15th with ‘The Pilot’, the opening episode of the new series. Cannot. Wait!

What were your fave bits of the trailer and what questions did it have you asking? Join the debate on Twitter using #TimeForHeroes to get involved!

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New Series News!

Mon, 03/13/2017 - 7:30am

A new image for Doctor Who series 10 is released, ahead of a 60-second trailer for the series premiering on BBC One tonight (Monday, 13th March) during half-time of the FA Cup quarter final match between Chelsea and Manchester United.

The image features Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, with Pearl Mackie as his new companion Bill Potts, and Matt Lucas as Nardole. Doctor Who returns to BBC One on Saturday 15 April with episode 1, The Pilot.

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Original Mondasian Cybermen return to Doctor Who!

Mon, 03/06/2017 - 12:28pm

The original Mondasian Cybermen return to Doctor Who as filming begins on the final block of the forthcoming series…

Filming has begun on the final two episodes of Doctor Who series 10, with this first look image revealing the return of a much-feared classic foe.

The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is pictured with the Mondasian Cybermen – the original version of the Doctor’s deadly enemies who hail from the planet Mondas and have not been seen in Doctor Who for over fifty years.

The Mondasian Cybermen - Peter Capaldi’s long-time favourite foe - will return in episodes 11 and 12 of the series, alongside Capaldi as the Doctor, Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts, Matt Lucas as Nardole and Michelle Gomez as Missy. The episodes, written by Steven Moffat and directed by Rachel Talalay, are now filming in Cardiff.

The new series of Doctor Who begins on BBC One on Saturday 15 April - watch the latest trailer!

You can keep up with the latest news by following the official Doctor Who Twitter account, and go behind the scenes with the official access-all-areas Doctor Who Instagram account.

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Sssssix Cool Facts about the Ice Warriors!

Wed, 02/01/2017 - 6:37am

The Ice Warriors are back in the new season Doctor Who – hurrah! To celebrate their return we’ve pulled together 6 facts about the menacing Martians…

Face Time
The Ice Warriors’ 2017 return is written by Mark Gatiss, who also wrote their comeback adventure, Cold War, back in 2013. In that story Mark was keen to explore the mysteries of the Martians and more than 40 years after they first appeared, the episode featured the first full reveal of an Ice Warrior’s face!

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Above: Bernard Bresslaw becoming the first Ice Warrior!

Carry On Doctor Who!
The first Ice Warrior to feature in Doctor Who was played by Bernard Bresslaw, better known as one of the Carry On gang. Ironically, just before working on The Ice Warriors he’d starred in Carry On Doctor!

The cold never bothered them, anyway…
The Tenth Doctor never faced the Ice Warriors but he was obviously a big fan. In The Waters of Mars he described them as ‘a fine and noble race who built an empire out of snow’.

Above: Neighbour from hell? It's the sinister Sutekh, from Pyramids of Mars.

Mars Attacks!
The Ice Warriors aren’t the only sinister species from the Red Planet… Other aliens from Mars (either natives of the planet or just visiting) include the Flood from The Waters of Mars and the wonderfully named ‘Ambassadors of Death’ who gave the Doctor problems in the adventure of that name in 1971. Finally, although the diabolical Sutekh was actually an Osiran, he travelled to Mars during his attempt to destroy Earth… No wonder the planet is sometimes known as the ‘Bringer of War’.

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Handy Changes
The Ice Warrior that appeared in Cold War had a number of changes from the original design - most notably he had hands instead of clamps. Mark Gatiss recalled seeing the latest versions on set: ‘I was knocked out when I saw the result. Lots of the crew didn’t know they were a famous returning baddie… they just reacted to them as a really cool, scary monster. Perfect!’

Above: Skaldak gets a chilly reception from the crew of the Firebird in Cold War.

Debuts with the Doctor…
The Ice Warriors first appeared in the fifth season of Doctor Who which proved a bumper run for debuts! As well as the mighty Martians, the 67/68 season saw introductions for the sonic screwdriver, Cybermats, the Great Intelligence, Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart (who later became known as the Brigadier) and the terrifying Yeti.

The Ice Warriorssss return in 2017… Find out more about the new sssseries of Doctor Who, now!

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Peter Capaldi announces he will stand down as Doctor Who at the end of the year

Mon, 01/30/2017 - 5:24pm

Peter Capaldi first stepped into the TARDIS in 2013, and will leave the iconic role in the 2017 Christmas Special after three incredible series of the BBC's global hit sci-fi drama.

He made the announcement on Jo Whiley's BBC Radio 2 show tonight; speaking about the upcoming series this Spring he exclusively revealed the next series of the world's longest running sci-fi show will be his last.

Peter Capaldi said:

"One of the greatest privileges of being Doctor Who is to see the world at its best. From our brilliant crew and creative team working for the best broadcaster on the planet, to the viewers and fans whose endless creativity, generosity and inclusiveness points to a brighter future ahead. I can’t thank everyone enough. It’s been cosmic."

Capaldi was unveiled to the nation as the Twelfth Doctor during a special live television event on BBC One. Peter’s Time Lord has been much loved and critically acclaimed, with Series 9 featuring some of the best reviewed performances and episodes of recent series. In particular, his anti-war speech in The Zygon Inversion, and his solo appearance in the one-hander, Heaven Sent, have been widely acclaimed as among the finest performances by anyone in the role of the Doctor. Under his reign the show has expanded globally, he took the series on a World Tour and has drawn record ratings in BBC America, Canada, and Latin America. The highly anticipated 10th series returns to screens on Easter Saturday after a year's break.

Peter Capaldi's final series also marks writer and executive producer Steven Moffat's last so promises to be unmissable event television.

Steven Moffat, writer and executive producer said:

“For years before I ever imagined being involved in Doctor Who, or had ever met the man, I wanted to work with Peter Capaldi. I could not have imagined that one day we’d be standing on the TARDIS together. Like Peter, I’m facing up to leaving the best job I’ll ever have, but knowing I do so in the company of the best, and kindest and cleverest of men, makes the saddest of endings a little sweeter. But hey, it’s a long way from over. Peter’s amazing, fiery, turbulent Doctor is still fighting the good fight, and his greatest adventures are yet to come. Monsters of the universe, be on your guard - Capaldi’s not done with you yet!”

Peter will be joined in Series 10 by new companion Pearl Mackie (Bill), and Matt Lucas (Nardole) with guest appearances to come from David Suchet and Michelle Gomez. He has starred alongside Jenna Coleman as his companion Clara Oswald, Alex Kingston as River Song, Ingrid Oliver as Osgood, as well as Keeley Hawes, Tom Riley, Frank Skinner, Maisie Williams, Joivan Wade and many more. Peter's Doctor has fought Daleks and Davros, Cybermen, Zygons, new monsters like the Veil and old foes the Time Lords.

Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content said:

"Peter Capaldi will always be a very special Doctor to me; his adventures through time and space started just as I arrived on BBC One. He has been a tremendous Doctor who has brought his own unique wisdom and charisma to the role. But, it's not over yet - I know the next series is going to be spectacular. He's a fine actor who I hope we work with again when he leaves the TARDIS".

Brian Minchin, Executive Producer, said:

"Peter Capaldi is an extraordinary Doctor and has taken the show to amazing places. Although I'm sad he has decided to move on in 2018 I'm delighted that we have one final series with Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat. I know what they're planning and it's going to be incredible."

Capaldi will return in the next series for 12 episodes in April, followed by the Christmas Special when the regeneration will take place.

He replaced Matt Smith as the Twelfth Doctor. He first appeared in Doctor Who in 2008, playing Caecilius in the episode, "The Fires of Pompeii".

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Sir John Hurt: 1940 – 2017

Sat, 01/28/2017 - 5:53am

We’re sad to report the death of the legendary Sir John Hurt who so brilliantly played the War Doctor.

Sir John first appeared in Doctor Who at the close of The Name of the Doctor and featured very briefly in The Night of the Doctor. He then starred alongside Matt Smith and David Tennant in the 50th anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor. His portrayal of a battle-weary Time Lord – ‘the Doctor on the day it wasn’t possible to get it right’ – made him an instant favourite with fans of the show who quickly warmed to his charismatic and nuanced approach to the role.

John Hurt was born on 22 January, 1940 in Chesterfield in Derbyshire and in a career spanning over half a century he appeared in more than 120 films as well as many stage and television productions. He will be forever remembered for numerous iconic roles in movies and TV dramas such as Alien, The Elephant Man, The Naked Civil Servant and I, Claudius. And after playing the War Doctor onscreen in 2013 he reprised the part for a number of audio adventures which followed his character’s struggles during the Time War.

On Twitter, Mark Gatiss expressed the feelings of many when he wrote, ‘The crumpled grandeur of John Hurt was always a joy to behold. That voice, those eyes - an almost painful sensitivity. So many wonders. RIP.’

Sir John’s obituary.
A look at the making of The Day of the Doctor, including an interview with Sir John.
John Hurt as the War Doctor.

Sir John Hurt with Steven Moffat (left) and fellow Doctor Who cast members in 2013.

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Doctor Who and Sherlock: The Six Cross-Overs

Sun, 01/01/2017 - 5:00am

Yes, we know there are more than half a dozen links between Who and Holmes but in honour of the Great Detective’s return in The Six Thatchers, we thought we’d limit ourselves to six of the best! So, here are some of our favourite cross-overs (sort of!) between the Time Lord and the detective…

Peter Capaldi played Sherlock Holmes!

Back in the mid-90s Peter was a regular on The All New Alexei Sayle Show and - as we can deduce from the pic above - in one sketch he played Sherlock Holmes opposite Alexei’s Doctor Watson!

The Doctor once pretended to be Sherlock Holmes!

Okay, he never expected the evil Simeon to take him seriously, but in a hilarious scene in The Snowmen the Doctor swans into his enemy’s HQ dressed in a deerstalker, claiming to be Holmes and firing off wild deductions… ‘I see from your collar stud you have an apple tree and a wife with a limp! Am I right?’ When Simeon snaps back that he doesn’t even have a wife, the exasperated Doctor replies, ‘Bit of a tree? Bit of a wife? Some apples? Come on, work with me here!’

Was Holmes based on Madame Vastra?

The Doctor’s old friend, Madame Vastra, has been called ‘the Great Detective’ – a name normally associated with Sherlock Holmes, and she’s been known to do a bit of sleuthing around the streets of Victorian London… In fact in The Snowmen, Simeon told her, ‘You realise Doctor Doyle [Arthur Conan Doyle – the creator of Sherlock Holmes] is almost certainly basing his fantastical tales on your own exploits? With a few choice alterations, of course. I doubt the readers of The Strand magazine would accept that the great detective is, in reality, a woman…’

Tom Baker Street

The mighty Tom Baker (the Fourth Doctor) left Doctor Who in 1981 and the following year played Sherlock in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Other actors who’ve played Holmes include the brilliant Nicholas Briggs (the ‘voice of the monsters’), Richard Hurndall (who played the First Doctor in The Five Doctors) and Richard E. Grant (Doctor Simeon). Gemma Chan (Mia, pictured below in The Waters of Mars) starred in the second episode of Sherlock, Caroline John (70s companion Liz Shaw) appeared in Tom Baker’s Hound and Frances Barbour (Kovarian) was fabulous as Madame Schirmer in the movie, Mr Holmes!

Once you have eliminated the impossible…

Sherlock Holmes has been mentioned quite a bit in Doctor Who… The Third Doctor insulted the Brigadier’s powers of deduction, scathingly noting the military man was ‘not exactly a little Sherlock Holmes’ and the character’s creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, was referenced in Ghost Light. He’s even been quoted during The Hungry Earth when Elliot told Rory, ‘Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.’

And, of course…

The award-winning BBC drama, Sherlock, has more Doctor Who links than you can shake a deerstalker at. Its co-creators are Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (I don’t think we need to list their Doctor Who credentials…) and Stephen Thompson (The Curse of the Black Spot and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS) has written two episodes of the show and co-written a third.

Directors Euros Lyn, Toby Haynes, Nick Hurran, Colm McCarthy and Douglas Mackinnon have all helmed episodes of both Doctor Who and Sherlock and if that wasn’t enough, The Six Thatchers was directed by the brilliant Rachel Talalay whose previous credits include Dark Water / Death in Heaven and Heaven Sent / Hell Bent.

Want a final connection between the two shows? Well, both Sherlock and the Doctor are back in 2017… They’ve both been missed and we can’t wait for their return!

BBC iPlayer users can watch the latest episode of Doctor Who and The Six Thatchers premieres on BBC One on New Year’s Day at 8.30pm. Find out more about the new series of Sherlock now!

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Ten Things We Know About Bill

Mon, 12/26/2016 - 5:01am

She’s in for some incredible adventures…

Okay. Let’s get the obvious one out of the way. She’s hopping aboard the TARDIS with the Doctor which means her life is about to become more fun, more dangerous and more amazing than she could ever have imagined. Buckle up, Bill!

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Bill is ‘…funny and geeky and vulnerable. There’s a goofiness to her and a big heart.’ How do we know that? Simple – that’s what Pearl Mackie (who plays Bill) told us!

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So the Doctor works at a university now? What? And she serves chips there? Well, whenever the Doctor spends time at a school or uni or academy, it turns out to be holding some pretty dark secret. Think Daleks, Skovox Blitzer, Krillitanes… So we reckon Bill will be plunged into adventure from the moment she starts hanging with the Time Lord…

She asks questions… A LOT of questions…

Well, wouldn’t you? But we love the fact she asks the questions we’d ask if we were right there by the Doctor’s side. Like why do Daleks screech EXTERMINATE when – as Bill pointed out – saying KILL would save a lot of time!? Showrunner Steven Moffat said, ‘Bill is someone who asks the questions that nobody has asked for 53 years!’

Just what the Doctor ordered…

Bill is gonna shake it up! As Peter Capaldi revealed, the new companion ‘…will bring a universe of exciting new possibilities to the Doctor’s adventures!’

She’s got a temper on her…

Considering Doctor Who can be a bit bonkers at times, Pearl Mackie was struck by how human and ‘relatable to’ Bill will be. She’s said Bill has a temper and can make mistakes and we’re looking forward to seeing how that plays with the Doctor. Can’t help remembering that Sarah Jane Smith could really fly off the handle and she worked out pretty well!

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Even when evading the Time Lord’s mortal enemies she’s still got time for a joke or two. ‘Is there a Dalek at the back with two suckers and no gun…’ she asked the Doctor, ‘and he’s really hacked off?’

If you think you know the Doctor, Bill will make you think again!

In 2016, Steven Moffat revealed, ‘If I gave you one tone word for this series it’s new. It's brand new. You’re getting to see the Doctor all over again through a very different pair of eyes. In fact, we went to particular pains to make sure that episode one is really episode one. It could be the first episode you ever see. It explains the entire mythos of Doctor Who — in the two minutes it takes — and you can start there!’

She’s now!

Early rumours suggested that Bill would be from Earth’s recent history, but Steven Moffat confirmed that was not the case. Bill’s right now and because of that, she’s the perfect person to be our eyes and ears on the Doctor’s adventures!

The wonders of time and space await!

As Bill says in the trailer, ‘Now we go everywhere! Any space! Any time!’ In short, Bill is about to see the universe anew… and through her, so are we!

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Behind the Scenes of The Return of Doctor Mysterio

Mon, 12/26/2016 - 5:00am

The 2016 Christmas Special was one of the most spectacular to date and we take a peek behind the scenes to look at the making of The Return of Doctor Mysterio…

The Return of Doctor Mysterio was Peter’s third Christmas Special. Or his fourth if we’re counting his brief appearance at the close of The Time of the Doctor!

It wasn’t just the return of Doctor Mysterio, Matt Lucas was also back in the famous duffel coat playing Nardole!

Scenes featuring the streets of New York were shot at the Nu Boyana Film Studios in Sofia, Bulgaria which have specially created sets designed to recreate the Big Apple. But Lucy’s apartment and its rooftop terrace were created in the BBC’s Roath Lock Studios in Wales.

Peter prepares for his next scene… The episode was directed by Ed Bazalgette who previously helmed The Girl Who Died and The Woman Who Lived.

Justin Chatwin gets to grips with another action scene… And Aleksandar Jovanovic (Dr Sim)!

Charity Wakefield (Lucy) described the role as ‘an early Christmas present’!

Finishing touches being applied to this detail from Harmony Shoal’s New York office.

Shooting on the Special began on 5 September and wrapped on 4 October, 2016. Want more? Check out a bunch of great extras for The Return of Doctor Mysterio!

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Make your own personalised Doctor Who video message!

Wed, 12/21/2016 - 11:50am

Thanks to magic of Time Lord technology you can now appear in a Doctor Who themed video message, or give one of your friends a starring role! You can also add your own text and then share the whole thing on social media or email it directly to someone special!

It’s super simple to do and only takes two shakes of a sonic screwdriver to complete. Just remember, before you upload your pic, make sure you’ve got the permission of everyone in the photo to use it!

You can also make messages that have a Sherlock theme or an EastEnders theme and there’s no limit to the number of videos you can make and send, so nobody needs to feel left out!

Find out more and start making your own personalised Doctor Who video message now!

Please note, you must be 16 years old or older to use ‘Your Festive Message’. T&Cs apply which you can find at the link above.

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Doctor Who emoji quiz: Festive edition!

Wed, 12/21/2016 - 6:00am

Test your Doctor Who knowledge by deciphering these festive emoji plots and guessing the Christmas episode!

If you're stuck, answers are at the bottom of the page…

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1. The Husbands of River Song  2. The Runaway Bride  3. The Snowmen

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Ask Peter Capaldi!

Mon, 12/12/2016 - 11:17am

Update! The event we talked about in the feature below has taken place! You can watch the videos of Peter Capaldi replying to your questions now!

We’ve all got a million things we’d like to ask Peter Capaldi… and now’s your chance! Okay, not to ask him a million things, but to at least pose that one burning question you have for him!

On Wednesday (14th December) we’ll put your questions to Peter. His answers will be filmed and immediately released on the official Doctor Who twitter feed. Yes! It’s as though Christmas has come early!

So, how do you get involved? Simply tweet your question using #AskPeterCapaldi and we’ll select a whole bunch of our faves and put them to him. You can follow the fun and catch all his replies on our twitter feed from 3.45pm (UK time) on Wednesday.

You can ask about The Return of Doctor Mysterio or anything that relates to Peter and Doctor Who but it goes without saying we won’t be giving away any spoilers!

So, get your thinking caps on and tweet us your most imaginative questions, and don’t forget to follow the feed on Wednesday afternoon!

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