Doctor Who News

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.

20 Years of Who

In the manner reminiscent of a great leader or religious icon, Russell T Davies has suggested that we could have TWENTY YEARS OF DOCTOR WHO! He was speaking to SFX (and giving a better speech than the British Chancellor of the Exchequer or the Prime Minister on a terrible Budget Day) and believes that his…

Congratulations BBC.co.uk/DoctorWho

The team behind the BBC’s Official Doctor Who website have been nominated for International Interactive Emmy Award. The award recognises innovation in media beyond broadcast television – for instance the Web, the Interactive TV services, TARDISODES on mobile phones, etc. “The Doctor Who television series has always been at the forefront of creative innovation, and…

Doctor Who Adventures Issue 54

Doctor Who Adventures ask this week – “Who’s the worst villain in Doctor Who?” The Doctor has encountered so many brilliant villains on his travels – and sometimes they look just like us, making them even more scary than usual. Remember scheming Margaret Slitheen and the absorbing Victor Kennedy? Innocent enough at first – they…

Now This is What I Call News

I’ll tell you what – there’s no finer thing in the cosmos than the mixture that we see in Doctor Who between fantastic sci fi and foxy ladies. Pinchbottom Review is a wonderful-looking burlesque review with a sci fi theme. Why no one else has thought of this, I don’t know. It also seems that…

Amazing Technology Brings New Life to B&W

OK you need to read this carefully; a new process called “colour recovery” is being tested, and could provide us with colour versions of original Doctor Who adventures. This is a separate process to colourization, and depends on information hidden in telerecordings (the shooting, on 16mm film, of a programme displayed on a high clarity…

Companions Chat

You can’t keep companions quiet, especially when they’re chatterboxes Noel Clarke and Freema Agyeman, who between them have separately bent the ears of Doctor Who Magazine and Digital Spy. Freema told DWM this month of how she was very critical of her own performance after seeing her companion-debut episode Smith and Jones. “When I watched…

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