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daveac vblog 052 is up on blip.tv
I won't normally 'blog' on this page about individual vblog episodes - the links are elsewhere on this blog - but since I've reached 1 full year of vblogging I though a post here would be nice.
'One small vblog for a man, one giant entertainment for mankind'
I've now been doing these vblogs for 1 year! Blimey!
Slightly dis-organised as I've been watching the British Open Golf :-)
Doctor Who included - 'Revelation of the Daleks' DVD
The wine thie week - Millstone Shiraz 2008 14% Western Cape (South Africa)
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Gallifrey One has announced a date change for the Gallifrey 2010 convention in Los Angeles next year. Due to a hotel booking error, the annual premier North American Doctor Who convention has had to move the date of next year's Gallifrey One: Blackjack 21 back one week to February 26 - 28, 2010.
The Los Angeles Airport Marriott where the convention is being held had essentially accidentally double-booked another event in the same space. Gallifrey One agreed to move the event back a week and by doing so the hotel has reduced the cost of hotel rooms from $114 per night to $100 per night for not only the 2010 convention, but it is locked in for that price through 2013 now to $114 per night for 2010 and further down to $100 per night for 2011-2013. Thus saving money for not only 2010 convention goers, but for those attending for the next few years.
The Sonic Newsdriver 20090717
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Friday the 17th of July 2009
In this episode: Mars is the Place to Be, Torchwood Week in America, Russell T Davis is Coming to America, Look Closely at the Torchwood Ratings, One of These Days Alice, A Fabulous Idea, McCoy Lends His Support, Doctor Who: Podshock 156 Coming Soon, and Get Your Sonic Gear, plus more!
Hosted by Louis Trapani
Well the decision has been made, the podcast is called……
The Cultdom Collective
What does all this mean I hear you ask… oh you didn’t… well I’ll tell you anyway
There is a structure to this Kingdom we are building, as you may have noticed there are
several different appearances around the Internet, Our Blog, Twitter, Facebook, and of course the Podcast.
Dave and I Decided to create separate names for these and they are as follows:
Go to The Cultdom Chroniles Blog to continue reading please... http://cultdom.com/
Cheers, Dave Ian
UK News is reporting Russell T Davies is leaving for America. The article is proclaiming uncertainty over the Doctor Who spin-off shows he had spearheaded with his relocating to Hollywood, CA. Russell T Davies says in the article:
"I haven’t planned anything, all my furniture is now there and I’m just going to start writing."
"It will take years to get anything made out there. It’s going to be difficult, so new and so brilliant. I will learn from people and bring it back here one day. It’s a big adventure and a lot of fun."
This Week In Doctor Who
July 11, 2009 - Vol 12, No 28
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The original test post of This Week In Doctor Who went out on July 13, 1998. Happy 11th to the column as of Monday.
Upcoming Premiere Broadcasts:
Help - my daveac YouTube site 'dac100' has been taken over by Aliens!
'We are Coming' is the message! They will land on Talkshoe on Sunday 2nd August at 3.30 pm EDT - their call ID is 54821
I'm determined to be there to see what they have to say - I hope you will too!
Their video signal was captured and can be watched here!
Amidst the unraveling of the Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood: Children of Earth, the BBC has released more information on the upcoming Doctor Who special, The Waters of Mars.
The BBC Press Office has released information on their Autumn 2009 line up on BBC One, including Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars:
Torchwood: Children of Earth (episode 1) Day One saw a jump in the ratings for the show. Reportedly 5.9 million viewers in the UK is said to have watched this first episode of the third series of Torchwood according to the BBC.
Compared to between 2.5 and 4.2 million average audience of series 2 of Torchwood, it is clear that the anticipation for the return of the series has been fairly strong. This marks the highest ratings recorded for the Doctor Who spin-off show since it first came on to the scene in 2007. At that time when it was on BBC Three, it peaked at just under 1 million for its highest viewed episode.
Source: Torchwood move sees ratings boost (BBC News)
According to an article by The Press Association, David Tennant has been cast as the villain "Pomfrey" in a sequel to the 2007 movie, St Trinian's. The article states that 27 year old, Sarah Harding (Girls Aloud singer) along with Tennant will be joining Rupert Evertt (who starred in the original film) and Colin Firth for this sequel named, St Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold.
It also states that Tennant's character will have "sidekicks from a women-hating secret society."
Additionally, Montserrat Lombard of Ashes to Ashes will also be appearing in the film.