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Fires of Pompeii Reaction

8.1 million viewers tuned into episode 2 of the 2008 series of Doctor Who, according to overnight figures, with up to another 1.5 million expected courtesy of delayed viewings. The Stage review of the episode draws attention to Catherine Tate’s performance as Donna, and underlined her attempts to get the Doctor to prevent widespread death….

Planet of the Ood Preview

Alien Planets Ahoy! Doctor Who returns at 6.20pm again next week, as Planet of the Ood sees the TARDIS deliver the Doctor and Donna to the home planet of the red-eyed, squid-faced Ood. Directed by Graema Harper, the episode also features a guest appearance by Tim McInnerny (best known as Captain Darling/Lord Percy of Blackadder)….

Witty Little Knitters…

If you have time to kill, and an entire legion of Daleks to build, you budding Dave Ross wannabes could do far worse that employing wool to build your Daleks from – they’ll certainly last longer than those in Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways And as luck would have it, a colleague has sent…

The Fires of Pompeii

The Fires of Pompeii had potential to become first purely historical episode in the new series. It would have been fantastic. But sadly, either the new production team has no faith in their abilities to do historical episodes, or they are just not yet ready to make that leap. With that said I couldn’t say…

Gethin’s Back in Who

Departing Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones – who previously played a Cyberman in 2006’s Rise of the Cybermen is returning to Doctor Who for season 30. Naturally of course, he isn’t letting anything slip about this role this time around. “One of my last Blue Peter jobs will be appearing in one of the last…

Who at the Proms

The BBC have announced that the Proms – recently criticised as being too exclusive to some sections of the public – are to hold a special Doctor Who-themed night, to be hosted by gorgeous Freema Agyeman. Due to take place this July, The Doctor Who Prom will celebrate music from the show as well as…

Doctor Wii

Despite concerns from ISPs that the BBC iPlayer is using too much bandwidth which the BBC should be paying for, the video streaming on demand service continues to march, with the Nintendo Wii joining desktop computers and the Apple iPhone in being able to view content. According to C+VG Nintendo have already gone live with…

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