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Series 6 Shooting Begins!

Shooting has commenced this morning in Cardiff for the 2011 series of Doctor Who, reports GallifreyNewsBase. Apparently the first episodes to be produced will be 3 and 4 – these are directed by Richard Clark who previously directed 2007’s Gridlock and The Lazarus Experiment, and include the much-anticipated episode by fantasy author Neil Gaiman, as…

Stop the Press!

The Mail Online has covered the fascinating scoop story of Karen Gillan out and about and how she spectacularly… dropped her phone in the road. Gillan was spotted on her phone when she saw a friend and went over to speak to her but dropped her phone in the excitement. Wow, with news like that-who…

Doctor Who Adventures 182

The latest issue of Doctor Who Adventures is out now, with a great cover featuring Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith and Amy Pond actress Karen Gillan This week’s issue of Doctor Who Adventures comes with a free Doctor Who notebook and pencil set, as well as an extra gift – a set of Top Gear Turbo…

Mark Gatiss Script in 2011?

It seems that the next series of Doctor Who will feature an episode written by Mark Gatiss, if director Richard Clark’s tweets are anything to go by. Clark – who previously directed 2007’s Gridlock and The Lazarus Experiment (in which Gatiss starred as the eponymous professor) – recently updated his Twitter feed (@rclarkie) with the…

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