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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.

Ultimate Guide?

Is this the ultimate beginners guide to Doctor Who? Available via TheVine.com.au and written by Paul Verhoeven, what must be the best guide for newcomers to the series has recently been published. Featuring briefs on the first ten Doctors, explanations of the TARDIS, regeneration, mortal enemies and the Time Lord’s penchant for young travelling companions,…

Pratchett on Who

Wildly successful fantasy author Terry Pratchett has spoken out on the subject of Doctor Who in a recent guest blog on the SFX website, describing the show as “ludicrous”. Promoting his “guest edit” of SFX #196, Pratchett – whose most recent Discworld book Unseen Academicals is hilarious – points out various failings of Doctor Who,…

River Song Talks

Thanks to BBC America, we’ve got footage of actress Alex Kingston talking about her role in Doctor Who as River Song. Kingston returns to Doctor Who in BBC America’s next episode The Time of Angels, and here explains the character of River Song, whom she describes as a “female Indiana Jones.” You can also view…

Early Scares?

Well, this one was signposted as soon as the rescheduling of The Vampires of Venice was announced, placing Doctor Who at its earliest start time for 30+ years – the Daily Mail are already doing a bad impersonation of Mary Whitehouse. Declaring that: During the 1970s terrified children would hide behind the sofa in a…

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