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Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the second episode of the new series, The Beast Below.
He's back… and it's about time! We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the 2nd episode of the new series starring Matt Smith as the Doctor premiering on BBC One this Saturday (coming to BBC America on the 24th). We will be reviewing The Beast Below.
Fresh from BBC America. Be sure to catch "The Eleventh Hour" broadcast premiere on Saturday, April 17 on BBC America.
Doctor Who: Steven Moffat on the New Series - Clip #3
Lead Writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat describes why he sees the show as a modern fairytale and the role of fairytales in our culture.
So now that the 11th Hour has Aired on British TV, the first points are in.
8.3 million: is the initial number of People who watched Who on the overnights. That's the Overnight figures from the BBC for BBC1 and BBC HD, this does not include DVR recordings for those not able to watch live, or the Number of views on the iPlayer. Though quite interestingly enough, the quality of Video for the Confidential on the BBC iPlayer was Higher than for the actual 11th Hour programme its self.
The 3d Trailer that was released on UK Cinema's showing before Alice In wonderland. Has now managed to find it's way on to YouTube. It can be Watched in all formats up to 1080p, and you require the Chromatek Chromadepth 3D Glasses to enjoy the Trailer. Enjoy.
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the first episode of the new series, The Eleventh Hour.
It is the first full length episode starring Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor premiering on BBC One this Saturday (coming to BBC America on the 17th). We will taking one hour to review The Eleventh Hour with you the day after.
BBC AMERICA announced today the stars of its new Doctor Who series will make their first U.S. visit together to New York the week of April 12, ahead of the broadcast premiere on Saturday, April 17.
Launching the new era of the iconic series from BAFTA-winning writer Steven Moffat (Steven Spielberg's upcoming Tintin, Jekyll, Coupling), Matt Smith (The Doctor) and Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) will join Steven in New York for press interviews and a series of events. The launch kicks off on April 12, with a Paley Center for Media and BAFTA East Coast member screening and discussion moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s senior writer Clark Collis. On April 14, fans can join Matt, Karen and Steven at the Village East Cinema for the official premiere screening followed immediately by a Q&A moderated by USA Today’s pop culture columnist Whitney Matheson, author of the Pop Candy blog.
Wednesday, April 14
7:00 PM: A special premiere screening event of the new Doctor Who series, immediately followed by a Q&A with actors Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat at the Village East Cinema. The Q&A session will be moderated by USA Today’s Pop Culture Columnist Whitney Matheson, author of the Pop Candy blog (popcandy.usatoday.com). The event is open to the public and seating is on a first-come, first served basis on the day of the event. Facebook Event Page.
The newly regenerated Doctor, Matt Smith, is plummeting to Earth while he hangs on to the out-of-control TARDIS. Don't miss the new season of Doctor Who April 17th, 9/8c on BBC America. Visit http://www.bbcamerica.com/doctorwho
From BBC America: Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat, and Piers Wenger discuss the importance and meaning of Doctor Who, and all the adventure, excitement, and magic the show embodies.
Heres's Matt Smith on Today's Blue Peter. A BBC Childrens Show.
The Radio Times has unveiled the new TARDIS interior with a series of images posted on their site.
Tell us what you think of the regenerated TARDIS interior. Since the series debuted in 1963, we have seen many versions of it. What's your take on this one?
The 11th Doctor Matt Smith made an appearance on the late night "Jonathan Ross" Show, Showing his new Sonic Screwdriver among things. He alaso tried to give a Discription of the interior of the Tardis with out giving anything away. See Clip below
Also Two clips are a vailable through DWO. The First is an Small exerpt from "The Vampires of Venice" and the other is the new Amy Pond Extended Trailer. follow the link for Details.
From BBC America - Doctor Who: Cast & Crew Interview: The Daleks
Matt Smith, Alex Kingston, Steven Moffat and Piers Wenger talk about the Doctors mortal enemy and why the Daleks continue to menace the galaxies.
Promo for the 2010 series currently running on SPACE in Canada.
Matt Smith gives his take on Doctor Who. A BBC America video for Wired.com
The Sonic Newsdriver 20100324
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Wednesday, the 24th of Mar. 2010
Two Promo Trailers, A Date with the Doctor, Rumoured Christmas Special and Series 32, What's Up Doc?, Down with the Government, Easter Plans, I-CON 29, and more.
Hosted by Louis Trapani
Doctor Who: The TARDIS. In this BBC America interview video clip, actor Matt Smith and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat explain the wonders of the TARDIS.
I got another Birthday Treat as Series 6 has been confirmed for next year, Speaking at Thursday's Press Launch, New Series Producer, Piers Wenger, has confirmed that Series Six of Doctor Who has been commissioned and that Matt Smith will return as The Doctor, as well as starring in a Christmas Special later in the year. There is currently no confirmation whether the new companion, Amy Pond (Karen Gillan), will return or not.
Series Five Press Pack
This is part of the Information released to the press as part of the usual Programme launch press pack. It includes two interviews one with Matt Smith and one with Karen Gillan.
BBC America starts airing the new series a couple weeks after BBC One starting on April 17th. Here is the promo trailer for it.
The latest promo trailer for Doctor Who, the new series starting Saturday 3 April 2010 on BBC One.