Den of Geek publishes this image from Doctor Who: The End of Time:
The Den of Geek website has published this photo from Doctor Who: The End of Time which depicts Bernard Cribbins (Wilf) and David Tennant (The Doctor). For details on the book the Doctor is holding, see the article here: Doctor Who: brand new picture from The End Of Time - Den of Geek
According to an article in scotsman.com, Caitlin Blackwood, a Scottish schoolgirl from Highland beat out hundreds of other hopefuls for a role in Doctor Who.
Without any formal acting experience, Caitlin will be joining her cousin Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) in the new series shooting in Cardiff.
Her role is not being revealed by the BBC to avoid spoilers.
"We are so proud of the way she has taken to working on a major film set in her stride," stated St. Joseph's head-teacher, Christine Cameron.
David Tennant and Russell T Davies talk about the magic of the TARDIS in an all-new Doctor Who Inside Look.
ETERNAL SUMMER is a 4/5 audio, continuing the good quality started by CASTLE OF FEAR. Again, I'm not a big Nyssa alone with Doctor 5 fan. For many reasons I won't go into. Here, Jonathan Morris, not my fav writer of DW spinoff stuff, for reasons I won't go into, excells here. Part one is his greatest writing and it keeps a sense of fun, mystery, and has a solid emotional core. While his characters and plot tend to go toward the depressing Joe Lidster death and finality with no hope of afterlife, he never pores it on so thick that one is left with a dark despair that some DW spinoffs (TW included) try to pass off on us and make us think that's adult rather than some morbid outlook on misery and life as if they're synonimous. There's a great deal of time paradoxes in part one that are well done and in some way it all fits together and makes sense.
MERLIN season two is off to a dvd start and it's just as good as season one thus far. I'd give each ep a 4 out of 5 or a 9 out of 10. The first episode has a great guest star and once he turns into an ancient risen from the dead sorcerer, things heat up a lot. At the same time, the interpersonal relationships grow and exceed last season but...for some bits they seem the same. The plots require the great Anthony Head's Uther to be pigheaded, stubborn, prejudice, rude, arrogant, and almost deadly to anyone that is against magic. He's also stupid in not listening to Gaius and then later tends to say he's right that magic is evil! He annoys me no end and once this character is dead...rejoice...one can almost see how Morgana wants to,later, kill him. At the same time, I give kudos to the show for putting Gaius, an old man, at the center. If it weren't for him, would Merlin really want to stay at this prejudice castle working for a royal prat pole?
Good God, these are unwatchable. Therefore...I didn't except for a few moments. Geeze. Can anyone sit through the GIFT?
The Happiness Patrol is a new show hosted by Lewis Bailey. In episode two, he has a frank (who is Frank?) and fun conversation with Ken. It covers Ken's first time he saw Tom Baker as the Doctor on PBS to podcasting and even hockey.
"It's taken me all these years to realise the laws of time are mine!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 171
Running Time: 2:01:39
Live show reviewing The Waters of Mars with live feedback, Dave AC's birthday and Doctor Who's 46th Anniversary, and more.