Well this is my first post on the new site and I have a possible doozy for you.
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Digital Spy reports that there will be three weddings in the Doctor Who universe. The story reports that Martha Jones, Rose Tyler, and Sarah Jane Smith are getting married.
I don't know how true this story is but Digital spy has been pretty fair about upcoming storylines.
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EDIT: I've also checked The Sun's website and they report a similar story.
Here's the link:
Who else wants Kinda to come out on DVD ASAP?
It's absolutely one of my favourites and its lack of DVD release is a tragedy.
Mind you, they'll probably do a Mara boxset or something.
Anyway, absolutely one of the scariest and best stories in the shows history IMO.
Well, admittedly I've not been a member for long but one thing I don't think has been made hugely clear so far unfortunately is the stance this website has on sausages.
Personally I see sausages as only a positive thing, they are tasty, have a high protein content and generally spead nothing but joy through all age groups.
Come to think of it I've never seen The Doctor have a sausage either. I remember when Jon Pertwee ate gorgonzola in Day of The Daleks. Were there sausages? No! Not a weiner or a wurst in sight!
So within these few sentences I feel I have discovered that there is in fact a huge gap in our knowledge of The Doctor's perspective on things.
We know he stands for what is right but how does he stand on a Bratwurst.
If you've not discovered my podcast yet take a look at http://web.me.com/backintheussr6/The_Minute_Doctor_Who_Podcast/
It started off as a video podcast when I lived in Russia and now has some audio content. The idea is to produce short Doctor Who related slices of entertainment for your enjoyment. I don't tend to follow any particular pattern and am not in the business of keeping up with current news and events (though that doesn't stop me from doing so).
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As you may have learned, Outpost Gallifrey and the Doctor Who Forum on the same site will be closing come the 31st of July 2009 (see Shaun Lyon's statement here: Outpost Gallifrey & the Doctor Who Forum to Close July 31). The gallifreyone.com site, will stay dedicated to the annual Gallifrey One conventions.
For some 14 years, Outpost Gallifrey has served as the hub of Doctor Who fandom around the world. A rich community has developed around the site and we are ever so grateful to Shaun and the entire web staff there for all their hard work in making it happen.