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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……

Trouble Ahead For The Newlyweds?

WARNING! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SCENES OF A SPOILERIFIC NATURE, MILD PERIL, FULL FRONTAL NUDITY AND A LACKS ATTITUDE TOWARDS GRAMMAR (see wot we did there? – Ed). IT SHOULD NOT BE VIEWED BY ANYONE WHOSE NAME BEGINS WITH A ‘G’ OR ON A THURSDAY IF THE WEATHER IS A BIT RUBBISH. With the honeymoon over, it…

Grand Moff’s Comic Relief

Doctor Who Executive Steven “The Grand Moff” Moffat has decided that for Comic Relief we’re going to see Amy Pond flirt with herself. Steady on! Type PHWOARTY and all that aside, Moffat’s interview with the SFX website reveals that there are two episodes on the Comic Relief: Funny For Money telethon on Red Nose Day…

Preorder A Christmas Carol Soundtrack

Silva Screen Records have announced that the forthcoming Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol soundtrack CD will also be available to purchase from iTunes! The 2010 Christmas special – which guest starred Harry Potter co-star Michael Gambon and Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins – featured a marvellous selection of tunes including a remarkable piece sung by Jenkins….

David Walliams Confirmed

Details of comedy actor David Walliams’ upcoming role have been released by the official BBC Doctor Who website. He’s be playing “Gibbis” who according to some sources will resemble Mole from Wind in the Willows, although whether this resemblance is purely physical, purely character or both is something we will have to wait and see……

Free Doctor Who Audiobooks

Readers of the Guardian and Observer newspapers will get a couple of nice free gifts this weekend (Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th February) in the shape of two Doctor Who audiobooks! The Hounds of Artemis (by James Goss) is narrated by Matt Smith while The Rings of Steel (Stephen Cole) is told by Rory Williams…

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