The figures of Martha Jones (first revealed on FreemaAgyeman.com), the Judoon leader, Earth Defender Mickey Smith and cat nun Haim will soon be available as 12 inch toys, labelled according to which season they appeared in.
Big Finish, producers of superb Doctor Who audio dramas, have recently updated their website with notice of two new “Short Trips” books sue for a June release. Complete sample stories from “Destination Prague” and “Snapshots” are available to read at the Big Finish Doctor Who pages.
Actress Helen Griffin (‘Mrs Moore’ in Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel) has launched an initiative to encourage more parents to become foster carers, reports icwales.co.uk, as well as becoming a foster carer herself, offering short breaks to children from a variety of backgrounds due to the nature of her career. Excellent news, and best of luck to her with that.
The People has featured an article about the increase in tourism that Wales is currently enjoying, attributing it in part to the success of Doctor Who and the Doctor Who Up Close exhibition.
Finally, Anthony Stewart Head – best known to Doctor Who fans as the Headmast Mr Finch in School Reunion – is opening the Mayhew Animal Home’s new Community Veterinary Clinic this Thursday May 17th at 12.30, reports K9 Magazine.