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Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 165
Running Time: 1:47:14
Thoughts on the passing of Barry Letts, News, Logopolis (final Tom Baker story) Review, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Whoverse #5, Jarrod Cooper updates us on Hurricane Who.
DWIN is pleased to present an evening with Steve Roberts. Steve is a founding member of the Doctor Who Restoration Team, which produces the classic series Doctor Who DVDs. Cost is a donation of $10 to the Who Party fund. Space is limited! Register now!
The Sonic Newsdriver 20091006
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Tuesday, the 6th of Oct. 2009
Special quick episode announcing the new Doctor Who logo and location photos, Catch Doctor Who: Podshock 163 and soon 164, and Get Your Sonic Gear, plus more!
Hosted by Louis Trapani
The BBC has revealed the latest incarnation of the Doctor Who logo on the official website ushering in a new era of Doctor Who with Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor and Steven Moffat as Executive Producer and Lead Writer.
A new Doctor Who logo is to be revealed on Tuesday at 8am BST (UK time) on the BBC Doctor Who website. We had been expecting this to come with the new series starring Matt Smith. Internally the new series is being reset to series 1. It is a fresh new start for Doctor Who once again, a new logo seemed only natural.
The logo has changed numerous times over the last 46 years. We seen changes from the Hartnell era to Troughton to Pertwee (first time in colour and instead of just standard type, it uses a custom font). The final season of Jon Pertwee introduced the diamond logo which was used through Tom Baker's era until John-Nathan Turner refreshed it with a neon style logo. It was updated once again several years later when Sylvester McCoy took the role.
This Week In Doctor Who
October 3, 2009 - Vol 12, No 38
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The new animated Doctor Who story Dreamland (starring David Tennant and Georgia Moffett) does not have a premiere date yet. We are still waiting. Should be soon. Reports are now saying that this story is set between The Waters Of Mars and the 2 part finale, so soon could be more November/December.
A few months ago, you may have read my post regarding Who York, and some of DWNY's exciting plans to create Doctor Who events and conventions in New York City. Well, the first of those plans has now come to fruition, with the announcement of the first Who York Event - A Who York Evening with..... Louise Jameson, who played Leela with the 4th Doctor.
SARAH-JANE.tv, the website blog all about the latest news on The Sarah Jane Adventures have posted screenshots from the new trailer for Series 3 (trailer video is locked down to the UK only on the BBC site). The trailer features some other familiar faces.
The site also reports on an article from Digital Spy featuring shots of the Doctor on Sarah Jane Adventures. Here are a couple from the trailer below a couple featuring the Doctor from Digital Spy, see more here: SARAH-JANE.tv - And We Have A Trailer…! and Digital Spy: First Look: The Doctor in 'Sarah Jane'
CBBC has confirmed that the animated Doctor Who adventure Dreamland starring David Tennant as the Doctor along with Georgia Moffet playing companion Cassie Rice and with David Warner playing the villainous leader of the Viperox will be premiering on the BBC One red button interactive service and the Doctor Who website first.
Absolute Radio (UK) has announced that David Tennant will be joining Christian O'Connell this autumn for "a run of breakfast shows" leading up to his final Doctor Who specials.
The Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show runs from 6am to 10am on Absolute Radio and David Tennant wants to be there for all of it as opposed to just doing an hour here and there. He has even offered to come in early at 5:15 prior to O'Connell to be part of the pre-show brain storming.
Source: David Tennant - Absolute Radio