A Happy Christmas!

Well ladies and gentlemen, any Doctor Who news items you find on Kasterborous today will be prewritten as we’re all off enjoying the run up to The End of Time with our families and loved ones. For that personal touch, however, we’ve got this little bit of Doctor Who Christmas cheer – it’s a clip…

5 Minute Cribbins

Top man Bernard Cribbins has appeared in a 5 minute interview in the Chester Chronicle and other papers, as part of promotion for The End of Time on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Cribbins is asked all the usual questions and regales the interviewer with tales about meeting Barry Letts while the Doctor Who…

Make that Judgement

David Tennant’s on-screen departure draws eye-wettingly nearer, and a really massive feature in the Observer (reproduced on the Guardian website) helpfully reminds the reader that after The End of Time, Part One there is only The End of Time, Part Two. There is a lot to recommend the article – so many quotes and interest…

Survey Silliness

GoCompare – you know the one, it has an annoying advert – has published the results of a Doctor Who themed survey, with some unusual results. Curiously members of the public would prefer Hollywood star Ewan McGregor as the Eleventh Doctor over Matt Smith, largely we imagine without any of those asked having seen much…

Christmas Project Complete!

WhovianNet’s superbly conceived “goodbye” present to departing Doctor Who star David Tennant – The Christmas Project – has been unveiled! Announced late summer, WhovianNet.co.uk rightly believed it would be a great idea to ask fans around the world to send in material for a huge scrapbook that would then be send to David Tennant as…

Doctor Who Marathon

Fancy a 44 hour Doctor Who marathon? BBC America viewers are in for the time of their lives from 12AM (Eastern Time) on New Year’s Day as the US subscriber channel kicks off with The Christmas Invasion in order to finish off with The End of Time, Part Two on January 2nd. Whether this is…

Tweed Outfit Range?

Legendary Scots fabric tweed – handwoven on the Isles of Harris, Lewis, Uist and Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, using local wool – is the material of choice for the Eleventh Doctor Who. So it makes sense that the Harris Tweed Authority should be interested in striking up a deal with the BBC…

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