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La Pandorica s’ouvre!

Series 5 of Doctor Who comes to a close on France 4 this Saturday night, with “La Pandorica s’ouvre” (The Pandorica Opens) broadcast with The Big Bang to round things off. Kicking off at 8.35 pm, France 4 will be following it with repeats of “La bête des bas-fonds” (The Beast Below) and “La victoire…

Doctor Who, April 23rd, BBC One?

According to the latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine, the sixth series of Doctor Who since the show’s resurrection in 2005 is extremely likely to begin on Saturday, April 23rd – the same day as the show airs on BBC America! Sandwiched between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, we commonly know the day as “Easter…

Doctor Who Magazine 432

In the new mag there’s news of a special Red Nose-themed mini adventure for our current TARDIS crew, plus DAVID TENNANT, the Tenth Doctor, reveals how he’s getting funny for money in an exclusive new interview. PLUS, there are all these treats to be found inside the new magazine… WAITING FOR GOD TOBY WHITHOUSE, writer…

Who’s Funny for Money?

March 18th looks set to be a good night for fans of comedy and of Doctor Who alike! As part of Comic relief this year, the night-known as Funny for Money, will include Miranda Hart (from comedy Miranda) take part in a “cook off” alongside Ruby Wax and Claudia Winkleman. Steve Coogan (of Alan Partridge…

Much Gaiman Love

Unless you’ve been living in a box at the bottom of the sea with only a dwindling amount of air and a copy of Philip Roth’s The Breast for company, you would have heard that unknown fantasy writer and Dresden Doll groupie Neil Gaiman (just look on your bookshelves and DVD collection) has written an…

Lynda Baron Back in Who

The big news making the rounds from the past couple of days is that James Corden is back on the set of Doctor Who filming scenes alongside Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. The BBC have confirmed that he’ll be reprising his role as Craig Owens but that could all be a massive deception……

Doctor Who France: Slight Increase

Following the last few weeks of disappointing broadcast figures for the weekly multi-episode broadcasts of Doctor Who on France 4 over the channel, a slight increase in the audience has been recorded. Last night, “Vincent et le Docteur” and “Le colocataire” (Vincent and the Doctor and The Lodger to non-Francophiles) were viewed by 303,000 people;…

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