A special Announcment from the BBC.
A special, one-off mini-episode of Doctor Who starring Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith will be shown on BBC Three this Autumn.
BBC America is coming to Cablevision, the New York area cable service provider, just in time for this weekend's new episode.
BBC America - Channel 101
BBC America HD - Channel 770
We Review Torchwood: Miracle Day - Ep. 5 "Categories of Life" in the Latest Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi
If you are following the new Torchwood series, Miracle Day, we review episode 5, 'Categories of Life' in the latest episode of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and join us each Sunday as we review each new episode after it is transmitted on the BBC. We will be reviewing 'The Middle Men' this Sunday. Let us know what you think of this episode or the new series as a whole so far by joining in on our live recording.
Also this weekend, on Saturday it is our seasonal Doctor Who: Podshock / Gallifreyan Embassy Meet Up. We hope you can join us on Second Life for it.
Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Episode 15
Running Time: 1:26:06
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Episode 5 - "Categories of Life" reviewed live over the net with your live feedback including Robert Carrie-King.
Today (Aug 16th) the BBC Press Office has released a press pack for the remainder of this series. The return date will be the same as the US Aug. 27.
With the press pack there is a video (that is already posted on this website) and an introduction from Steven Moffat.
You can get the content here:
Doctor Who returns on Saturday, 27 August 2011 both on the BBC in the UK and BBC America in the USA. Executive Producer and Lead Writer for the series, Steven Moffat had the following to say about the resumption of the 2011 series in the latest from the BBC Press Office. Some may consider some of this to be a little "spoilery" — so be warned if you rather not know any details about the upcoming episodes for 2011.
What do you think of the Doctor's long coat in the promo image?
I'm not sure how long this will remain watchable but enjoy while it does.
I have been buying the classic series DVD's since they started releasing them back in 2000. I have all of the US releases. There are still several that have not been released yet but now they're starting to reissue a few such as "The Five Doctors", "Talons of Weng Chiang", "Carnival of Monsters", and "Resurrection of the Daleks." What is the point? These DVD's have been available for years. There are still a few I'm waiting on some such as "Nightmare of Eden," "Face of Evil," "Invasion of the Dionsaurs" and "Mind of Evil." Frustrating for a collector such as myself.