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The BBC Press Office announced the line up for the annual BBC Children in Need televised fundraiser which will return this year on the Friday, the 20th of November 2009 at 7pm on BBC One.
Among the highlights of the seven hour live show is similar last year, there will be a preview of this year's Doctor Who Christmas special. As you may recall last year, the Doctor Who Christmas special, The Next Doctor was previewed during the BBC Children in Need show by showing the first two minutes of the special.
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The Sonic Newsdriver 20091023
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Friday, the 23rd of Oct. 2009
A Glimpse of the New TARDIS Interior, David Tennant Up for BAFTA Scotland Award, RTD Calls for Champion Children's TV, Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3 Underway, Tennant and Sladen Dumped From Radio Times Cover, Blue Peter Says Design Your Own TARDIS Console, BBC iPlayer Goes International at a Price, Catch Doctor Who: Podshock 165, and Get Your Sonic Gear, plus more!
Hosted by Louis Trapani
One can glean a little of what the new TARDIS interior will look like through these shots taken on location while shooting at the Llanwonno Church today (21 October 2009) for upcoming Doctor Who story starring Matt Smith. The photos taken by "Scootyboy" are available on his Photobucket page here (slight spoiler warnings).
Ian throws out his standard fare of unusual questions at Louis and he supplies some daft answers in this 9 minute episode. They cover ice cream inventions, Life on Mars, Ashes and Ashes, soda, aliens, and much more.
Just a newspaper report on the Hyde Fundraisers Doctor Who Charity event that I posted a couple of YouTube videos on (dac100) and pictures at dac100 PhotoBucket.
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David Tennant has been nominated for the 2009 BAFTA Scotland Awards. British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Scotland director Helen Anderson announced the nominees today for the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2009 taking place at the Glasgow's Science Centre on Sunday, the 8th of November 2009. It celebrates the best in Scottish TV, film, and multimedia.
For his work playing the lead role in Doctor Who, David Tennant has been nominated in the male acting in TV category along with other nominees, Robert Carlyle (The Unloved) and Bill Paterson (Spanish Flu - The Forgotten Fallen).
The latest trailer promo video for series 3 of The Sarah Jane Adventures starring Elisabeth Sladen features the 10th Doctor, David Tennant.
Series 3 is set to begin this Thursday, the 15th of October 2009. Episodes will be shown on Thursday and Friday of each week leading into mid-November.
"It's the end, but the moment has been prepared for…"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 165
Running Time: 1:47:14
Thoughts on the passing of Barry Letts, News, Logopolis (final Tom Baker story) Review, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse #5, Jarrod Cooper updates us on Hurricane Who.
Best known for being a member of the Irish pop group, Boyzone, Stephen Gately may be known more so to Doctor Who fans for his role as Tommy Tomorrow in the BBC Radio/Big Finish story, Horror of Glam Rock has died.
The singer/actor was found dead at the age of 33 while on holiday in Majorca according to news reports such as in the Times Online.
Rest in peace, Barry Letts.
This Week In Doctor Who
October 10/17, 2009 - Vol 12, No 39
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The new animated Doctor Who story Dreamland (starring David Tennant and Georgia Moffett) does not have a premiere date yet. We are still waiting. Should be soon. Reports are now saying that this story is set between The Waters Of Mars and the 2 part finale, so soon could be more November/December.
While it was a beautiful fall day in Broomfield, I spent most of it inside.
Alright, I did take the dog to the dogpark.
But the rest of it, I spent working on Ken's Scarf.
Alright, that's not technically true.
I spent about four hours on Ken's Scarf today, but I did finish it!
Now, before everyone gets all worried about how short Ken's Scarf looks, let me explain that once a Doctor Who Scarf is knitted, it must be blocked.
So, right now, it's wet from being washed and is hanging to dry on my scarf rack.
Tomorrow it'll be a good two to three feet longer than it is now.
And it'll be exactly the right length to wrap once around the neck, and dangle to the floor on both ends.
So, the final knitting stats are:
Total knitting time: 37 hours