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SJA Series 4 Titles

Episode titles for the fourth season of The Sarah Jane Adventures have been revealed by Doctor Who Magazine. The following six two-part episodes will air this autumn on BBC One and the CBBC channel. * S04E01/E02: The Nightmare Man by Joseph Lidster * S04E03/E04: The Vault of Secrets by Phil Ford * S04E05/E06: Death of…

Doctor Who @ SDCC 2010

The San Diego ComicCon event is taking place this month and on the 22nd of July, with a few Doctor Who related talks to enjoy. There will be one seminar entitled “From screen to comics” in which several talented comic writers talk about how they convert popular TV shows into a 32 page extravaganza, writers include…

The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who

A brand new book is out in September that celebrates the rebirth of the UK’s number one family drama series – Doctor Who. The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who is a lavish hardback, containing everything you need to know about the Eleventh Doctor’s first year. (See The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who cover in hi…

SFX Take the Scripts

SFX.com has published an article which breaks down the main plot of Series 5/season 31 of Doctor Who. Past Doctor Who related publications by SFX have had fantastic episode breakdowns for series one to three and this article also manages to raise a few smiles. If you’ve ever read Total Film magazine, you may (or may…

“Matt Stood Out”

Angel Coulby, who stars in BBC’s  Merlin (and was also in 2006’s The Girl in the Fireplace) has given her opinion on Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith. In an article published by Digital Spy she commented: “I was really impressed…I actually saw Matt Smith… a long, long time ago… in a play in Manchester. He had…

New Torchwood Writer?

A recent Kodak moment sprang up among former Who producers Russell T. Davies and Julie Gardner, a Dalek, and American television writer Bryan Fuller, all of whom happen to be across the Amy Pond right now. Fuller, who is linked with such stateside hits as Dead Like Me, Heroes, and Pushing Daisies (all of which,…

Over-Who-sed?

io9.com has written an article to fill the gap of “no Nu-who” on BBC America this week by listing plot devices that they don’t like being overused in Steven Moffat episodes of Doctor Who. It’s an interesting and quite frankly accurate look at what keeps recurring in the world of Doctor Who but at the same…

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