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Producer John Nathan-Turner addressing a crowd of fans while in New York. He had been in the WLIW studios the day before on Long Island, and the next day he was in Manhattan for a convention taking place in March 1985.
We interviewed JNT on several occasions, listen to one of our first in Doctor Who: Podshock 168 (Extra).
Photo by Louis Trapani
BBC Worldwide today announced a series of dates for the very first production of Doctor Who Live.
The shows promise to deliver spectacular special effects accompanying a new storyline and a full orchestra. Taking in nine cities and 25 dates, Doctor Who Live kicks off in London at Wembley Arena on October 8, and will visit Sheffield, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, Cardiff , Liverpool and Belfast. The Full dates are below and how you can get hold of Tickets.
This Week In Doctor Who - Section A
May 15, 2010 - Vol 13, Number 17
by Benjamin F. Elliott
Welcome to the ORIGINAL This Week In Doctor Who. All the known broadcasts of Doctor Who covered weekly since 1998. With the spinoffs too.
"I like the bit when someone says "It's bigger on the inside!" I always look forward to that."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 201
Running Time: 1:32:58
Doctor Who: 'The Vampires of Venice' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback. Plus a message from Lewis Bailey of The Happiness Patrol, announcements, and more. (If you haven't seen The Vampires of Venice yet, wait until you have before listening).
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday (16 May 2010) for a live-over-the-net show reviewing the seventh episode of the new series, Amy's Choice.
He's back… and it's about time! We return with our live-over-the-net review series this time talking about the 7th episode of the new series starring Matt Smith as the Doctor premiering on BBC One this Saturday (coming to BBC America on May 29th). We will be reviewing Amy's Choice.
This is the second if two interviews available on the BBC's Doctor Who website, the First was Karen Gillan Interviews Matt Smith and this second one swaps roles.
It can be seen that fun was had by both and how much fun they have. Thanks to Blogtor Who for this re-editioning.
"Would you like a jelly baby?"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 200
Running Time: 1:50:51
Tom Baker (The 4th Doctor), MyAnna Buring (Scooti in The Impossible Planet), and 'Victor1st Mornington' (The Doctor Who Experience on SL) interviewed. The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who reviewed by Graeme Sheridan, The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who Book Giveaway, Our Second Life Meet Up for May, 200th episode greetings from The Cultdom Collective and Tin Dog Podcast, and more!
The Eighth Doctor returns to BBC Radio 7 Sunday 16th may when the station
begins airing selected stories from the third series of the Big Finish
Eighth Doctor Adventures.
Four out of eight stories will be broadcast, from the series first released by Big Finish in 2009. Radio Seven has previously broadcast the first two series of the Eighth Doctor Adventures.
The series starts on BBC Radio 7 on Sunday 16th May at 6pm with a repeat at midnight BST.
Radio 7 can be heard around the world via the BBC Website.
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…
Unofficial overnight figures for The Vampires of Venice was
watched by 6.2 million viewers with a share of 30.6% of
5.90 million watched on BBC One, where it was again the most watched programme of the evening, with an additional 0.24 million watching on BBC HD.
The rating was down slightly on the previous week, most probably due to the earlier time slot. On ITV1, Funniest Ever You've Been Framed! had 4.4 million watching.
This is now showing a few parallels with Doctor Who of old, that constantly shifting the times of transmission will mean that viewing figures will drop.
As heard in Doctor Who: Podshock 192, here is our video interview with Paul Castle talking about his book, Shooty Dog Thing. This interview was recorded at the Gallifrey One convention, Gallifrey 21 in Los Angeles, CA in February 2010. Ken Deep and Louis Trapani (off camera) sit down with Paul during his first time attending a Gallifrey One convention.
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