Moffat and Gattis Tweet

How do the general public keep up with their favourite celebrities and what’s going on in their day to day lives? Social network website Twitter off course! And how do Sci-Fi fans keep up with their favourite Sci-Fi actors and writers? Um…exactly the same way actually… SFX.com has highlighted some Twitter updates from the last…

Vworp 3 – a Recollection

Back in July, I travelled to Manchester to take part in Vworp 3, the latest Doctor Who “mini-con” to take place at the Lass O’Gowrie pub. The third event in a series of “pubcons”, Vworp 3 followed Vworp 2 – NovelCon in October 2009 and Vworp 1 in 2008. Each of the previous events had…

Specials Soundtrack Preview

Doctor Who: Series 4 – The Specials is out soon (September 20th) and features the superb Murray Gold score from The Next Doctor through to The End of Time, Part 2. Released by Silva Screen (who have made something of a niche market in Doctor Who soundtrack releases) the much-anticipated double CD is (currently) number…

Here’s Some Clues…

Platform Online, the website for a student magazine run at Nottingham Trent University, recently had the privilege of an interview with Charles Cecil, who with the team at Sumo Digital developed Doctor Who: The Adventure Games! After playing the games you may have wondered if Matt Smith and Karen Gillan enjoyed providing the voice acting…

Cobwebs Reviewed

Companions of the Doctor, it seems, are just like buses. You wait for one to come along and then…well you know the rest. This month is one of those moments as not only do we have the return of Vislor Turlough but also Aussie loudmouth Tegan Jovanka! In a landmark trilogy that Doctor Who fans…

Torchwood Smile Time Happy Hour!

Sex! Death! Murder! But lets not forget the laughs. Everyone’s favourite knock-a-bout laugh riot Torchwood will continue to provide japes and guffaws for the news series according to His Mightiness Russell T. Davies. After previously announcing that the series titled Torchwood: The New World would be ‘very dark’ Davies told USA Today: “I sit there in…

Singer Tweets the End!

Warbling superstar Katherine Jenkins has finished filming her role in this years Doctor Who Christmas Special. The Welsh Opera star, who calls herself a ‘classical crossover singer’ (which i think means she sings to the dead) tweeted: “I’ve finished filming all my scenes for Dr Who now… Feel really sad as I enjoyed it way more…

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