The Other Doctor Who Games

You might well be gearing up for Doctor Who: The Adventure Games, which launches this weekend with the first installment, City of the Daleks – but do you recall any of the previous games starring our favourite Time Lord? Destiny of the Doctors – 1997 Beyond a slightly redundant Top Trumps release for Nintendo Wii…

The Bloodless Soldier

Following their superb return to the world of Doctor Who in The Mahogany Murderers, Henry Gordon Jago and Professor Litefoot have been reunited in a series of four full cast audio adventures from Big Finish. Starring Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter as the eponymous Jago & Litefoot, The Bloodless Soldier kicks off with more of…

Doctor Who Magazine 422

Doctor Who Magazine scales new heights in issue 422 – the award-winning Richard Curtis, writer of Vincent and the Doctor, talks exclusively about his forthcoming episode in DWM 422… “It was a joy working on something my kids love,” says Richard. “During the summer I was writing it, we had lots of prints of Van…

Cold Blood Reaction

According to overnight figure reports, Doctor Who drew an audience of 5.46m (26.3% audience share) to BBC One on Saturday as Cold Blood concluded the two-part adventure begun with The Hungry Earth. It also seems a good chunk of viewers tuned in to BBC HD – total overnight figures indicate an audience of 5.7m, 27.2%…

Doctor Who at Develop

The makers of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games will be seen among the likes of game designers from legendary companies such as Rare and Bioware as speakers at a keynote during the Develop in Brighton Conference this summer.  A panel of three voices from various positions within the games’ productions will comprise the BBC’s Simon…

Pandorica Pictures

Tread carefully….the following contains spoilers about a picture that could make your mouth water but also reveal a lot about the new series finale The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang. If you don’t want to know, look away now (or just don’t reveal the text). The image contains the Doctor being dragged away to an alien…

Doctor Who and the Flying Bonsai

Oh fame, fame, fatal fame. Imagine having the whole world hanging on your every movement- sounds horrible, right? Well imagine no more because thanks to obsessive media types we can live vicariously through our Doctor Who heroes Matt Smith and Karen Gillan. Hurrah! So what’s Matt been up to? Well according to the People, he’s…

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