Published on March 14th, 2006 | by Christian Cawley0
John Barrowman – aka Jack Harkness of Doctor Who and the upcoming Torchwood – is to act as stand-in host on the ITV flagship daytime magazine This Morning.
From April 10th, Barrowman will take the reins for a week, standing in for usual co-host Phillip Schofield. He will accompany Fern Britton as host, reports The Daily Record:
He said: “It’s the best British daytime show.
“I always wake up and watch Fern who I think is fantastic and the sexiest woman on television.”
Is Doctor Who worth a BAFTA? Drop into the Voting Site of this years’ TV BAFTA awards, sponsored by eletronics giant Pioneer, and vote for Doctor Who as “The Pioneer Audience Award for Best Programme of 2005″. Voting online also gives you the chance to win tickets to the event!
Theme tune composer Ron Grainer – who was also responsible for the tunes of “The Prisoner” and “Tales of The Unexpected” – has been given a special part of the web dedicated to him. Visit www.rongrainer.knowingthescore.org.uk to learn more about this most revolutionary of composers, and the guys running the site would like any assistance that you may be able to give with providing information about Grainers’ career.
Eyeofhorus.org.uk have informed us of a couple of tidbits. There’s an upcoming CD audiobook release entitled Doctor Who at the BBC: The Plays available via Amazon, and featuring the recent BBC7 production “Dalek I Love You” by Colin Sharpe, as well as “Regenerations” by Daragh Carville and “Blue Veils and Golden Sands”, about Delia Derbyshire who arranged the original recording of the Doctor Who theme. You can find out more at Amazon via the link above.