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Patrick Stewart to Guest?

Web-bound rumours persist this week, suggesting that David Tennant’s Hamlet co-star and major name of two Hollywood franchises Patrick Stewart wants to appear in Doctor Who. This is of course nothing more than a repeat of Stewart’s earlier indication that he fancies a part in the show. Now though, it seems that Stewart is interested…

Tennant Time Out Award

David Tennant has won an award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series thanks to the readers of Time Out magazine. Time Out New York’s second annual "Shadow Emmys", are reader awards recognizing the outstanding actors and programs that for whatever reason failed to receive actual Emmy nominations. Also notable in the awards is…

Delia Derbyshire Festival

This weekend a festival is taking place across the Coventry area to mark the work of the electro/synth pioneer and composer Delia Derbyshire, the lady behind the Doctor Who theme tune that was arranged by Ron Grainger. Among the venues taking part in the festival are the 13th Century crypt at St Mary’s Guildhall, a…

RTD Talks Sarah Jane

With The Sarah Jane Adventures returning to our screens tomorrow (BBC One, 4.35pm), The Times have chatted with Russell T Davies about the series, and reinvigorating a companion from the 1970s. The quick Q&A takes in issues such as target audience and darkness (the tone, not the camp rock screamers) as well as the subject…

This Ends Now

In one eye, I’ve got Gary Gillatt in Doctor Who Magazine #400 telling me why Doctor Who needs to be produced in the USA in order for it to go mainstream there. In the other, I’ve got the news that Jane Tranter’s move to the US is to do just that. The self same issue…

Albert Finney to Guest?

British veteran actor Albert Finney has joined the cast of one of 2009’s specials, reports Blogtor Who – reprising his remarkable interpretation of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Finney – who came to prominence following 1960’s kitchen sink drama Saturday Night and Sunday Morning – has had a long and successful career, portraying popes, Ernest…

What? What?! WHAT?!

The last scene of Journey’s End was sad, wasn’t it? There was the Doctor, friendless and alone, sad at having no choice but to wipe Donna’s mind, drifting away in the TARDIS with tired, sad eyes. Run Christmas 2008 trailer. However, it may not have been originally planned that way – after all, on two…

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