We are just days away from Torchwood: Miracle Day here in the States and another week for the UK. This is the BBC One promo trailer video for it in the UK.
Today (June 18, 2011) was the 26th anniversary of the Gallifreyan Embassy. Today we also recorded a Doctor Who: Podshock episode live over the net reviewing the spring 2011 series of Doctor Who. In the show we briefly touched upon the anniversary of the Gallifreyan Embassy and we were privileged enough to have a long time member and now a Podshock Supporting Subscriber call into the show, Stuart Natelson to share some of his memories with the organization.
From BBC America - Time runs out, in this exclusive new tease at new episodes of Doctor Who, premiering late-summer 2011 to BBC America.
From BBC America - An exclusive, never-before-seen interview with Doctor Who star Matt Smith and Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat, about getting to finally show the Doctor being "properly cross" and the events of the end of the episode that change Amy & Rory's lives forever!
An exclusive, never-before-seen interview with Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and Arthur Darvill, plus Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat, about Amy Pond's surprising ties to the evil of the Universe.
Finally after a long wait the winner of the Blue Peter competition to design a TARDIS console gets her prize.
If you seen 'A Good Man Goes to War' and haven't seen the 'prequel' yet (perhaps to avoid possible spoilers), here it is below. If you haven't seen the episode yet, well the prologue video ('prequel') is below (no real spoilers are in it… depending on what you may consider a spoiler though).
The trailer is only 30 seconds, and contains spoilers. Click on the article if you are absolutely sure you want to see this.
Adam Savage @donttrythis of Mythbusters dances in a Faraday cage to the Doctor Who theme played by ArcAttack's Singing Tesla Coils at Makers Faire 2011.
Thanks to @24k for the heads up on this one.
This video features Colin Baker narrating the history of the police box in the UK. The shape that the TARDIS has been stuck in since The Unearthly Chid premiered in 1963. This feature was originally transmitted in 1993, part of the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who celebration by the BBC.
Thanks to @tvkirby for bringing this video to my attention.