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Tennant Tackles Torture

Former Doctor Who star David Tennant is set to star in a new radio drama as human rights campaigner Craig Murray. Adapted by David Hare, the play concerns a foreign office official who uncovered cases of torture in 2003, and was produced following the failure of a big screen production set to be directed by…

Vworp Vworp! Launch Night

Vworp Vworp! begins shipping this week – and to celebrate the release of the new fanzine that pays tribute to the wonderful world of Doctor Who Magazine, a launch party has been arranged! Main man Gareth Kavanagh has arranged a little launch party at the monthly Doctor Who meet at the Fitzroy Tavern in London…

Eve Out-Banks Tennant

If you thought David Tennant was paid too much for starring as Doctor Who, you will be amazed by this revelation from The Sun. Waking the Dead star Trevor Eve apparently earns more than the former Doctor Who – with Eve picking up £1 million a series to Tennant’s £600,000. Most astonishing of all however…

Shooty Dog Thing

From Hirst Books comes Shooty Dog Thing by Paul Castle – a compilation of the popular Doctor Who fanzine. Since the 1970s, Doctor Who fans have written and produced fanzines. Some of the most quirky, passionate and subversive writing is still to be found in the pages of lovingly crafted, home-spun, desktop-published fanzines, and Shooty…

Look Who’s Talking

Hirst Books have announced the release of Look Who’s Talking, a compilation of former Doctor Who star Colin baker’s weekly column in the Bucks Free Press. To many, Colin Baker is the sixth Doctor Who; to some, he is the villainous Paul Merroney in the classic BBC drama The Brothers. But to the residents of…

Bill Nighy to Guest

Big news today is the guest casting of the acclaimed veteran actor Bill Nighy in an episode of Doctor Who later this year. Nighy – whose credits include Still Crazy, the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy movie, Love, Actually and the Underworld series – is unsurprisingly appearing in the episode written by Love, Actually writer…

Dalek Politics

Are living room objet d’art a secret passage way into the mind of the owner of the home? New EU foreign “minister” Baroness Cathy Ashton has a Dalek in her home apparently. It isn’t clear however if the never-elected-in-her-life official (who has the responsibility of conducting foreign relations with the rest of the world on…

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