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Dalton as Who Villain?

According to rumours in a newspaper we don’t link to, former James Bond actor Timothy Dalton (The Living Daylights, Licence to Kill) is in the UK filming scenes as a villain in the final David Tennant episodes of Doctor Who. If true, it’s a superb piece of casting. “Timothy Dalton is a big coup for…

McCoy Incenses Greek Police

It seems that Greek Police officers guarding the Greek hotel where a selection of the world’s richest aren’t meeting to discuss international foreign policy this week aren’t fans of the Seventh Doctor Who. Writing for the Guardian, comedian Charlie Skelton is in the Greek capital of Athens keeping tabs on the shadowy Bilderberg meeting that…

Torchwood Radio Play Update

BroadcastNow.co.uk reports that the upcoming series of Torchwood radio plays will air before the premier of Torchwood: Children of Earth this summer. As previously reported, the three 45 minute plays starring John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd will air in BBC Radio 4’s Afternoon Play slot, supposedly ahead of the show’s return “later this…

Tennant’s Masterpiece

News from the US reports that David Tennant is set to become the host of PBS’ Masterpiece Contemporary, the angliphiliac “bookend” to various British drama serials and one-offs. As host Tennant would follow in the footsteps of X Men star Alan Cumming and X Files‘ Gillian Anderson. It’s not stated whether or not David Tennant…

Doctor Who Nightmares

A so-called “study” of 3000 parents with children under 7 has concluded that 70% of these children experience bad dreams from watching TV shows, and that Doctor Who and ITV’s Primeval should be shown after the watershed! It was with utter disbelief that I read the article in The Telegraph, who say that some parents…

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