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All the latest Doctor Who news collected from around the web. Our sources include Twitter, Facebook, Google Alerts and Doctor Who Magazine, press releases from the BBC, Big Finish, AudioGo and others, as well as our readers! If you have a news story, please let us know!

News is compiled and edited by Christian Cawley, with help from Philip Bates. Our news team consists of Christian, Philip, Andrew Reynolds and Meredith Burnett.

BAFTA Nominations 2009

Doctor Who has been nominated under the category of Best Drama Series at the 2009 BAFTA Awards, with the Andy Serkis and David Tennant-starring Einstein and Eddington also nominated. Doctor Who is listed under the Best Drama Series category alongside some interesting opposition: Doctor Who (BBC One) Shameless (Channel 4) Spooks (BBC One) Wallander (BBC…

Did the 4th Doctor Ring Your Bell?

Scottish writer Simon Farquhar is researching the legendary incident when Tom Baker stopped off at an unsuspecting family’s house in Preston, Lancashire to catch an episode of Doctor Who during his reign as the Fourth Doctor. Farquhar hopes to find the family concerned for a new production he is scripting for the BBC entitled Teatime…

No Room for Racnoss

The Doctor Who Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum opens next weekend – and it seems there is no room for the biggest Doctor Who monster that has been built, the Empress of Racnoss. Experience Design are managing the exhibition which opens on Saturday 28th March and is already sold out for the first…

Can Science Fiction Keep Up?

The BBC spoke recently with 4 prominent science fiction writers as part of National Science and Engineering Week to answer the question: Can science fiction keep up with modern science? Among those asked was Doctor Who scriptwriter, Captain Britain writer and novelist Paul Cornell… Alongside Iain Banks, Ken MacLeod and Ian Watson, Cornell offers his…

Monsters Required

John Barrowman is beginning his gradual and well-planned return to television ubiquity with his new show Tonight’s the Night – a sort of talent show combined with Jim’ll Fix It, from all accounts. He’s also after your help – should you be an alien, or have an original home-made alien outfit. That’s right – there’s…

Glasgow Exhibition Preview

The Doctor Who Exhibition at Glasgow opens next weekend (Saturday, 28th March) and it looks set to bring thousands of visitors to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum as the only venue in Scotland holding a Doctor Who event. Visitors can look forward to Autons, Judoon and Sycorax, not to mention costumes worn by companion…

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