Articles by Meredith Burdett

What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!


Tom at Collectormania

Living legend and popular actor Tom Baker is appearing at Collectormania in Milton Keynes on May 31st for photo opportunities. The former Doctor Who star famously gave up on public appearances a cuple of years ago – but since then has returned to action, even starring once again as the Fourth Doctor in Paul Magrs…

Storm in a Dalek Teapot

We’ve all been there, surfing the Doctor Who page on Amazon or looking at the diorama section in Forbidden Planet. Suddenly a magnificent figurine catches the eye and we must have it. That amazing mini statue of the Fourth Doctor fighting with Davros, that Cyberman box set with four different figures displaying their varied look…

Adventure Game Minisite

The BBC has launched a mini site for the upcoming Doctor Who: The Adventure Games installment, City of the Daleks. Looking absolutely glorious, the site contains mini interviews with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and the creators of the game itself. Also featured is some truly mind blowing concept art with drawings of Skaro, home planet…

Smith Starts Shooting

Hot off the heels of his success in Doctor Who, Matt Smith has started filming a new drama, Christopher and His Kind, 4RFV.co.uk has reported. Weeks after Smith appeared in Belfast for the BBC’s Doctor Who pre-broadcast tour, he returned to Northern Ireland to play an entirely different part, that of Christopher Isherwood, a popular…

BBC Worldwide’s Record

Doctor Who has helped BBC Worldwide hit a record profit this year for the corporation, with overseas sales at £140 million. The significant figure, is heralded as “indicative guidance” and shows a vast improvement on 2009’s £103 million. Sold in more than fifty territories, Doctor Who continues to be one of the company’s biggest money-spinners….

Doctor Who at the MGEITF

The MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival has started gearing up for its ninth annual Channel of the Year awards and to get the ball rolling, they’ve announced the nominees – and Doctor Who is included. BBC One is up for terrestrial channel of the year whilst BBC Three is in the non terrestrial category. Doctor Who itself…

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