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Here is a new video with actor James Corden (Gavin & Stacey) giving us the lowdown on his character Craig Owens, who appears in 'The Lodger,' Episode 11 of the new series of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who - Cold Blood
Deep in the bowels of the Earth, the Doctor and Nasreen (guest star Meera Syal) face captivity under the Silurians.
BBC America preview video for Doctor Who - The Hungry Earth
An ambitious drilling project into the Earth's crust has begun, but now the ground is fighting back, and Amy has been snatched into its recesses. What dangers lie beneath? Meera Syal (Kumars at No. 42) guest stars.
BBCAMERICA.com sat down with Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) for an interview at Thom Bar in NYC. She talks about her personal style, her love of Elvis, and her first time in New York City. And she shows us her really fabulous Alexander McQueen bag!
Doctor Who: The New TARDIS Tour - Production designer Edward Thomas lets us in on the secrets of the brand-new TARDIS.
One of the questions we are asked often is how to watch the new (2010) episodes of Doctor Who. As one might guess, these questions for the most part come from outside of the UK. Obviously for those in the UK, one just has to check the Radio Times listings to see where and when they can watch new episodes of Doctor Who on the various BBC channels and/or the BBC iPlayer.
Outside of the UK though, it is trickier, but there are various choices. It comes down to the digital medium, be it digital downloads, streaming, or on a physical disc or transmission/broadcast medium (which today is digital as well, but we get too technical here).
Doctor Who crew and cast at the Paley Center for Media in April 2010. We were there covering the event for Doctor Who: Podshock.
(L-R) Executive Producers Beth Willis and Piers Wenger, Matt Smith (11th Doctor), Executive Producer and Lead Writer Steven Moffat, and Karen Gillan (Amy Pond).
Photo by Louis Trapani
Rory, Amy Pond’s boyfriend, is a straightforward guy whose life changes dramatically when he meets the Doctor. Actor Arthur Darvill discusses his character.
The Doctor takes Amy and Rory for a romantic mini-break. But 17th Century Venice is not as it should be. The city has been sealed to protect it from the plague - or does Rosanna Calvierri have other plans?
Actress Alex Kingston explains what makes Doctor Who such an enduring fan favorite and why fans and new viewers should watch the new season.
BBC America presents a clip from Saturday's Doctor Who episode, Flesh and Stone.
The Doctor has an intense confrontation with the Weeping Angels. Meanwhile, Amy collapses in the forest…
Actress Alex Kingston explains the character of River Song, whom she describes as a "female Indiana Jones."
Don't blink! Lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and star Matt Smith explain the treachery of the Weeping Angels, the Doctor’s returning foes.
In this episode, the Doctor encounters two familiar presences - River Song and the Weeping Angels.
Check out this exclusive video from BBC America of Matt Smith in Thom Bar after the NYC Apple Store event. He talks about his love for rap music, his Broadway dreams, what he thinks about NYC, etc.
Doctor Who: The Beast Below – Protest or Forget? Amy receives a troubling message about the starship she and the Doctor have boarded.
Be sure to catch the next episode of Doctor Who on BBC America this Saturday night at 9/8c. In the episode titled "The Beast Below," The Doctor takes Amy to the distant future, where she finds all of Britain on a giant spaceship:
"Hello. I'm the Doctor. Basically… run!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 192
Running Time: 0:50:05
We interview Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat, Piers Wenger, Beth Willis and others in NYC (part 1 of our coverage of the New York Doctor Who events of April 2010 at the Paley Center for Media, the Apple SoHo store, and the East Village Cinema), plus Paul Castle at Gallifrey 21 discusses his book, Shooty Dog Thing.
BBC America had its ratings records broken with the premiere of Doctor Who this past Saturday, the 17th of April, 2010. It delivered 1.2 million viewers (live and same day viewers) making it the highest rated telecast ever for BBC America! Doctor Who is also the currently the number 1 TV series in the Apple iTunes store (see links below).
Here is a breakdown of the ratings for Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour on BBC America:
|•||The Doctor Who premiere on Saturday, April 17 was BBC AMERICA's best Live + Same Day P2+ rating (.68) and delivery ever (1,196,000).|
|•||The Doctor Who premiere on Saturday, April 17 was BBC AMERICA's best Live + Same Day A25-54 rating (.89) and delivery ever (682,000).|
|•||In Live + Same Day coverage rating, BBC AMERICA premiere beat SYFY's season premieres for Doctor Who seasons 2-4 in P2+ and P25-54.|
|•||The .89 in P25-54 coverage rating for the Doctor Who premiere on Saturday, April 17 ranked #2 among all ad supported cable nets in its time period (9-10:10PM).|
On Tuesday, 13 April 2010, Doctor Who: Podshock went to the Apple SoHo store to cover the Doctor Who Q&A event there in New York City. Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Steven Moffat were there in person taking questions from the audience.
Originally we were going to record a show there until we learned that Apple themselves were going to release it as a podcast in their Meet the Filmmaker series. It is available now (link below), see the episode titled "Meet "Doctor Who"" released on 4/16/2010 on the feed.
You may hear a familiar voice in it aside from Matt, Karen, and Steven.