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Series 6 Trailer for CBBC

Younger Doctor Who viewers have been treated to a slightly different Series 6 trailer this week as a new edit of the trailer appeared on CBBC. Much shorter than the trailers you might already be familiar with, various “disturbing” elements have been cut out. What this might been to the episodes themselves isn’t clear. Perhaps…

Take a Spanish Sylvester!

Doctor Who fans in Spain – most of who we suspect may be expats – will be delighted to learn that the Seventh Doctor himseld Sylvester McCoy is confirmed to be attending the upcoming WEEKENDTREK-CIFICON 2011 Convention, which will take place in Hotel NH Rally, Barcelona on 17, 18 and 19 of June 2011! Alongside…

Doctor Who on Xbox 360!

Doctor Who has hit the Xbox 360! Not quite in the way fans might want, however. While there are no games set to be announced (as far as we’re aware) fans logging into Xbox LIVE this weekend will be able to catch promotional content for the new series of Doctor Who! There is plenty of…

From Temp to Manager?

With the impending departure of Steve Carrell on the American version of The Office this month, someone’s going to need to step in as the Regional Manager of Dunder Mifflin in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and who better to do it than former Doctor Who companion Catherine Tate? According to BBC America’s Anglophenia, Tate is set to…

Who Writers in Radio Times

Doctor Who Series 6 writers Toby Whithouse and Mark Gatiss appear in the new edition of the Radio Times this week, discussing TV’s love of horror. More and more new TV series feature a horror element, with the popular ITV series Marchlands recently doing a fine job of capturing the spirit of many older movies…

Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 – 2011

Here’s a rare treat for Aficionados of the comic strip adventures of the Doctor – London’s Cartoon Museum has announced an exhibition of artwork from the Time Lord’s comics starting with the first appearances in TV Comic back in 1964 right through to 2011. While many of you might be more familiar with the comic…

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