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Tegan Returns to Big Finish!

You may have recently heard a rumour – supposedly courtesy of 1980s Doctor Who companion Janet Fielding at last weekend’s Bad Wolf convention – that Tegan Jovanka would be returning to our screens in 2010. There has been a lot of confusion about this, but thankfully Big Finish’s David Richardson has stepped in to clarify:…

Torchwood: The Undertaker’s Gift

A new trio of Torchwood novels are due out in October, with Trevor Baxendale’s The Undertaker’s Gift among them. This is Baxendale’s second Torchwood novel – the regular Doctor Who Adventures contributor previously wrote 2008’s Something in the Water. The Hokrala Corp lawyers are back. They’re suing planet Earth for mishandling the twenty-first century, and…

Kai On Who

Torchwood star Kai Owen (Gwen Cooper’s bloke Rhys Williams) might not know where the next beer is coming from, but he’s not afraid for the future of Doctor Who under incoming program chief Steven Moffat. Kai certainly seems excited about the prospect of Matt Smith teaming with new showrunner Moffat – and why shouldn’t he…

BBC Moon Landing Tie-In

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of man “setting foot” on the Moon, the BBC Official Doctor Who website has announced a 4 part short story s tarring the Tenth Doctor, slap-bang in the middle of the historical event. Written by Oli Stone, Blue Moon is set over the days of 16th, 17th and 20th July,…

80s Companion Returns?

EDITORS NOTE: This story has now been debunked by a very reliable contact. Seems as though the source of this tale might have misheard or misunderstood… OK this is a sensitive one – you really don’t want to read the rest of this item unless you are totally certain you don’t mind certain key news…

Britain Goes Torchwood Mad!

It’s crazy to say it, but Torchwood: Children of Earth has changed from a slightly bewildering drama with pretensions of being “adult” into a week long phenomenon, if audience figures are anything to go by. Overnight figures following Friday’s concluding Day Five revealed that around 6 million people had tuned in each night – these…

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