Carey Mulligan Oscar Nomination

We’re big fans of Sally Sparrow here on Kasterborous, so it’s with a sense of pride that we report that Carey Mulligan, the actress playing the heroine in the Steven Moffat classic Blink in 2007, has received an Academy Award nomination! Mulligan – who starred in 2009’s An Education – is up against some considerable…

New Series Casting Update

While there is yet to be any official confirmation, rumours of an appearance by respected actress Sophie Okonedo in the new series of Doctor Who have been reported in the press today, namely redtop The Sun. Okonedo has recently been seen as Winnie Mandela in a BBC drama which co-starred David Harewood (The End of…

Tenth Doctor Tribute

There’s a great tribute to the Tenth Doctor courtesy of Tony Lee on MTV.com, where the writer of IDW’s Doctor Who series discusses how he can play with the toys, but not throw them all over the floor. Lee has taken the Tenth Doctor on many new travels over the past couple of years, all…

Tennant Tackles Torture

Former Doctor Who star David Tennant is set to star in a new radio drama as human rights campaigner Craig Murray. Adapted by David Hare, the play concerns a foreign office official who uncovered cases of torture in 2003, and was produced following the failure of a big screen production set to be directed by…

The Masque Of Mandragora DVD

Created to form part of Doctor Who’s gothic period, The Masque Of Mandragora hits DVD with a wonderful splash of colour and melodrama. It also gave one of the show’s most iconic props a bit of a face-lift, sort of! After an encounter with the deadly Mandragora Helix, the Doctor and Sarah Jane land in…

Vworp Vworp! Launch Night

Vworp Vworp! begins shipping this week – and to celebrate the release of the new fanzine that pays tribute to the wonderful world of Doctor Who Magazine, a launch party has been arranged! Main man Gareth Kavanagh has arranged a little launch party at the monthly Doctor Who meet at the Fitzroy Tavern in London…

Eve Out-Banks Tennant

If you thought David Tennant was paid too much for starring as Doctor Who, you will be amazed by this revelation from The Sun. Waking the Dead star Trevor Eve apparently earns more than the former Doctor Who – with Eve picking up £1 million a series to Tennant’s £600,000. Most astonishing of all however…

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