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.
I can finally announce our 3rd Who York event! We will be welcoming none other than the 7th Doctor - Sylvester McCoy - to NYC at Cafe 50 West on Sunday May 16, 2010 from 6.30pm.
Sylvester played the Doctor on BBC1 from 1987-1989 and reprised the role in the 1996 TV movie, when he regenerated into the 8th Doctor, played by Paul McGann! Sylvester is a fabulous entertainer and always full of wonderful stories, so the evening should be a lot of fun! We'll have interviews, signings and more!
Tickets are $20 and are available now at http://whoyork.com. Sylvester will also be signing, your item or ours, for $20.
Hope to see you there!
The Who York Team
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?
Formatting failure - back to the drawing board.
This Week In Doctor Who
March 27, 2010 - Vol 13, Number 12
by Benjamin F. Elliott
Note - I am working on some major adjustments to the column. Pardon the dust. PBS stations are in the section marked This Week In Doctor Who PBS (the Sarah Jane listings are moving in with PBS next week - expect a name change). Today Sarah Jane and K-9 listings are together as This Week In Doctor Who Spinoffs - next week that section becomes This Week In Doctor Who - Unlicensed, covering the K-9 listings and the long awaited return of the podcasting section. Torchwood listings are in Torchwood This Week.
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.
This Easter, in celebration of the launch of the brand new Eleventh
Doctor action figure, Toys R Us in Brent Cross will be hosting a Doctor
Who extravaganza and will be offering guests an exclusive first look at
the new generation TARDIS.
The Toys R Us store at Brent Cross at 9am on Monday 5th April and be the first to get your hands on the new Eleventh Doctor action figure and Sonic Screwdriver which will go on general sale that day.
As part of the event, fans will be treated to an exclusive first look at the legendary TARDIS which has been completely re-designed for the latest series. The TARDIS will be taking time out from the set so fans can enjoy a closer look at the Doctor’s living and breathing, time-travelling machine.
Today would have been Patrick Troughton's 90th Birthday, But still I say Happy Birthday Patrick. Gone but most definately not forgotton.
Promo for the 2010 series currently running on SPACE in Canada.
Canada's SPACE channel is running this promo for the upcoming Doctor Who series. Via @TobiasVaughn
Actress Karen Gillan describes her character in Doctor Who, Amy Pond in the upcoming new series launching in April. See video below (Warning: The embedded video may take to their site without asking when it is completed).
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