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Moonbase at the BFI

The British Film Institute presents 1967’s Doctor Who adventure The Moonbase (presumably episodes 2 and/or 4) as part of its One Giant Leap season to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first manned moon landing. On 20 July 1969, BFI Southbank is collaborating with the Science Museum in hosting a season of documentaries, feature films,…

Jago and Litefoot Return!

The Mahogany Murderers is a new play from Big Finish, one of the leading lights of their Companion Chronicles series, featuring as it does the much anticipated reunion of Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter reprising their roles from 1977’s Doctor Who adventure the Talons of Weng Chiang! That’s right – Henry Gordon Jago and Professor…

Future of 2Entertain to be Decided

A High Court hearing involving BBC Worldwide and their stake in Doctor Who DVD publishing business 2Entertain took place on Friday as administrators attempt to tidy up the collapse of Woolworths which also had a stake in 2Entertain. BBCW claims that following the Woolworth’s collapse in November 2009, a contractual clause was triggered which reverted…

Free Torchwood Event

On Friday July 3rd the British Fantasy Society and BBC Books present a free Torchwood event at The George pub on London’s historic Fleet Street, a short walk from Temple Tube Station, kicking off at 19.30. Authors of the latest Torchwood novels from BBC Books, Mark Morris, Sarah Pinborough and Guy Adams are joined by…

Bed Wetting Spoiler

OK – the grainy picture is enough for you, don’t you think? You better run along home to your momma and stay away from this hardcore Doctor Who spoiler brought to you in videocamnocolour all the way from South Wales. Seriously, this is the spoiler to top them all – this is the one that…

Hamlet Filming Underway

He’s not quite post-Who as yet – there’s more than likely a lot of publicity to come in the backend of 2010 – but David Tennant is certainly moving in with his career. Although he is doing it by popping back to Hamlet. It seems that recording of the recent RSC production is underway, something…

Exterminate Market Researchers!

Exterminate! – the cry of Doctor Who villains the Daleks – is the third most popular TV catchphrase among children, a poll of adults has revealed. Hang on – a poll of adults? Adults, not children have reported that childrens favourite catchphrase is Homer Simpson’s “D’oh!”, while Fred Flintstone – not exactly contemporary – hurtles…

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