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Euros Lyn Talks Torchwood

"It was a 16-week shoot for the Torchwood season — longer than most feature films. But the intensity keeps you focused on the work." Euros Lyn quoted on Wired.com about the intensity of shooting 5 episodes of Torchwood in one block, which he describes as an "endurance test." Certainly with the plot appearing to be…

Flying Doctor

Former soap star Peter O’Brien (whose credits include Neighbours, The Flying Doctors and Casualty, not to mention Queer As Folk) is reportedly recording scenes for an upcoming Doctor Who special later this month. Referring to the Sydney Daily Telegraph, Den of Geek (whose hit rate took a tumble recently when they paid too much attention…

Julie Gardner Moves On

As announced some months ago now, Julie Gardner has finally stepped down from her role at BBC Wales, leaving behind a range of BBC drama successes including Doctor Who and Torchwood. "Her with the glasses" as she has been described on countless occasions is moving to a very similar position within BBC Worldwide, based in…

The Darksmith Legacy Giveaway!

The Darksmith Legacy kicked off in February with the release of The Dust of Ages and The Graves of Mordane – and we have 5 pairs of copies to giveaway! The Dust of Ages (by Justin Richards) and The Graves of Mordane (by Colin Brake) are the first 2 parts of a ten-part series of…

University Challenge

The Doctor Who Effect has been touted as a reason for the remarkable increase in tourism and industry in general in the South Wales area – and now a study by academics at the University of Glamorgan will set about exactly what the extent of recording Doctor Who, Torchwood and THe Sarah Jane Adventures has…

Dalek Emerges From Pond

Like a scene from Dalek Invasion of Earth, this Dalek was found submerged in a pond in Hampshire and brought to the surface in all its menace! Marc Oakland was among a group of volunteers clearing out the junk-filled pond near Beaulieu, Hants and was taken totally by surprise by the Dalek, pulling it out…

Faker Comes Clean

Twitter is a great, useful tool – those of you that follow me might well agree – but it does have its fair share of nefarious uses, not least extending the internet-old aspect of identity massage. As we’ve seen in recent weeks there are a fair few Doctor Who fakers out there, one of whom…

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