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According to various (unconfirmed) reports on the net, the new 4th series of The Sarah Jane Adventures will be returning to the BBC and CBBC on Monday, 11 October 2010 (with part 1 of The Nightmare Man by Joseph Lidster).
It is unclear whether the new series is back to one episode a week or will it be similar to last year which transmitted two episodes a week. Remember, each story takes two half-hour episodes to tell in The Sarah Jane Adventures. The BBC had commissioned two new series (24 x 30-minutes episodes), this is the first of the two (12 episodes telling six stories). No details as of yet pertaining to this series outside of the UK.
Doctor Who: Podshock - Aftershock 20100903
Running Time: 0:08:23
James Naughton is once again attending Whooverville this year and in this brief Aftershock episode of Doctor Who: Podshock he tells us what to expect.
"I eat the celery. If nothing else, I'm sure it's good for my teeth."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 220 EXTRA Edition
Running Time: 0:46:10
In this Extra Edition of Doctor Who: Podshock we feature another interview with a legendary Doctor Who director, Graeme Harper, plus news and more!
Another Doctor Who related music video from Ed Stockham and features the music of the band, Chameleon Circuit, the same folks that brought you An Awful Lot of Running. I still prefer the latter, but this is interesting nonetheless.
Thanks to @AdricAntfarm for bringing it to my attention.
We are pleased to exclusively reveal the cover artwork for the upcoming new reissued DVD, Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani.
The Caves of Androzani will be included in Doctor Who: Revisitation Box Set - Volume 1 (Amazon UK link) being released in the UK in 4 October 2010. Other revisited titles in this set include, The Talons of Weng-Chiang, and the 1996 Doctor Who Movie with Paul McGann.
Watch the full session from the Edinburgh International Television Festival with Doctor Who Executive Producer and Lead Writer, Steven Moffat and Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) from 29 August 2010 chaired by Richard Bacon.
Follow the link below and then click the right sidebar for Doctor Who: A Masterclass. Special thanks to @terrylightfoot for the heads up on it.
More news coming out concerning the 2011 Doctor Who series (or set of series as it is now) is that we may get a reprieve from the Daleks stories. This according to what executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat hinted at the Edinburgh TV Festival:
"Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival, the Who showrunner admitted that there are currently no plans for the famous aliens to reappear, although work on the 2011 series is not yet complete.
Steven Moffat announced at the Edinburgh International Television Festival that the next season of Doctor Who will be split. But not like we think of spilt, according to Steven,