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Torchwood in Need

According to Torchwood Magazine (via Blogtor Who) this year will see yet another Children in Need meets Doctor Who event. And this time, Torchwood is getting in on the act! On its way to being rebranded as a family show – and let’s face it, it’ll work better that way – Torchwood has already had…

Toby Hadoke Chats

Funny man Toby Hadoke chatted to free paper Metro recently about his Doctor Who themed show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf, and how it has developed over time… Hadoke talks about how the story has been compared to Nick Hornby’s Fever Pitch, as well as taking the showe to the US, and a possible…

Doctor Who Stars in Autumn Lineup

Doctor Who’s enduring popularity among actors has seen the BBC Autumn lineup become scattered with actors associated with the series in some way or another. Most obviously at present is the Marc Warren-starring Mutual Friends, which features the Love & Monsters co-star alongside the voice of Mr Smith, Alexander Armstrong. Of highest profile among Doctor…

Russell T wants Catherine Z

Unlikely as it may seem, Russell T Davies wants Welsh beauty and vocal Help the Aged supporter Catherine Zeta Jones to appear in a Doctor Who movie, should it ever occur. You may recall that back in late August, both Jane Tranter and Steven Moffat commented on the suggested movie, with Grand Moff noting that…

Gongs for Tate and Tennant

Well done to Doctor Who stars David Tennant and Catherine Tate, winners of Best Drama Actor and Best Drama Actress at the TV Quick and TV Choice Awards ceremony last night. Doctor Who itself was named Best Loved Drama, and the plaudits for genre programming continued with Life on Mars sequel Ashes to Ashes being…

Martha’s Law

Doctor Who costar and superbly lovely lady Freema Agyeman has been cast as one of the lead characters in a UK version of the US hit drama Law & Order. Agyeman – whose credits prior to Doctor Who (when she made her first appearance ion Army of Ghosts) included soap operas – will be starring…

Cam Back?

Cambridge University are attempting to revise their stuffy, elitist image – by promoting their ancient colleges as shooting locations perfect for shows like Doctor Who. The Univerity – home to the troubled Shada production in 1979 which was never completed due to BBC strikes – have been encouraging students to formulate plots for soap operas…

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