L.I. Who guest Daphne Ashbrook on the big screen in Manhattan this Saturday at 1pm! The 1996 Doctor Who TV Movie with Paul McGann, Sylvester McCoy, Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, and Eric Roberts at the Paley Center For Media.
Items are again up for auction, the picture above is the one I want but have no money for. It's the Rehearsal script for Episode seven from the War Games. It's not the only very interesting piece either, a Original Tardis Model, THe Mona Lisa from "City of Death" and even The Seventh Doctors Tardis Key.
The links follow after the break.
Sam Hodges the Head of Communications confirmed that Series 7 of Doctor Who has been comissioned, with Matt Smith returning as the Doctor.
Later in the day Steven Moffat also confirmed it via Twitter with the following statement.
"14 eps + Matt DEFINITELY. I've got a plan and I'm NOT TELLING YOU WHAT IT IS.
Now hush or River shoots you with her Spoiler Gun."
Even though Pt.1 of this series has not concluded there is a rather disturbing Trailer for Pt.2 of the season. Click for the full article to view the Trailer. *Possible Spoilers*
So after all the big newspaper ranting that Doctor Who is unpopular in the UK, the official Viewing figures have been released by BARB.
8.86 Million people watched the episode with an Audience appreciation Index of 88 and it was the 6th most watched programme in the week. Now as far as fans are concerned the last bit is the one that counts. The competition are Soap Opera's and reality shows who in all fairness have multiple episodes in a week. It's going to be another week wefore we know what the final figures for "Day of the Moon" are.
Thanks to DWTV.
And with one day to go BBCA releases a Fourth Doctor Who Insider. Minor spoilers, and very Teasing.
BBC America are flooding us with Videos at the moment. These two are with Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvil, and it's basically starting up a new BBCA Campaign "If I had a Time Machine" Both Video's have instructions on what's required so What would you do if you had a Time Machine?
BBC America has released another Trailer but this is at least very short.
I'm afraid the Quality isn't that good but you'll get the Idea. When A better quality version of the Trailer becomes available I'll post it here, in it's place.
It's offical not only does Series 6 start on the 23rd of April (Easter Saturday) in the UK, but also on BBC America in the US a few hours later. That's right hours not days or weeks hours.
It just waits to bee seen how the rest of the World gets it's Doctor Who S6 fix, but this also means that the Episodes should be on the US iTunes the very next day, for those of you who don't have BBC America.
"Spoilers" if you want to have a look at the promo video's then follow th link Below.