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Doctor Who Hits the Cover of Entertainment Weekly!
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Doctor Who Hits Entertainment Weekly!

Doctor Who once again makes history this week when on Friday 27th July the world’s longest running sci-fi television show features on the cover of influential US entertainment magazine, Entertainment Weekly! Incredibly, it is the first time a British TV show has commanded a spot on the cover, further highlighting Doctor Who’s growing U.S. fan-base….

The Whovian SDCC Itinerary

Itineraries at the ready Whovians – it’s San Diego Comic Con time! Yes, it’s that time of year again when the great and the geeky descend upon San Diego to indulge their pass times, meet some of their favourite stars and artists behind some the most geek friendly entertainment, and bag themselves some exclusive merchandise…

A Whovian’s Fantasy Christmas?

Opinions are like lips, everyone’s got some. But now and then, it’s good to hear what people have to say and that’s exactly what BBC America want from the wonderful collection of Doctor Who fans all over the world-your opinions. To coincide with a documentary that the overseas channel is making called Doctor Who: Best…

The Ladies of the TARDIS Kick Ass!

Karen Gillan smacking ten bells out of Keira Knightley? Helena Bonham Carter landing blow after blow on the cranium of Freema Agyeman? Alex Kingston snapping the stems of English Rose Kate Winslet? This ain’t no game – it’s war! Voting has just closed on BBC America’s Anglophenia contest – Anglo Fan Favourites: The Women of…

Selling Motion Comics

While BBC America viewers can see a world exclusive Doctor Who Motion Comic – starring Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) designed to bridge the ad break and tonight’s episode Let’s Kill Hitler – there’s a price to pay for it. According to AdAge.com The 60 second clip, sponsored by telecommunications giant AT&T, will…

The Invisible Time Lord?

As the BBC reveal their listings for ‘Week 35’ (or 27th August- 2nd September, as normal people may call it), there’s something missing. While there’s promises of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the ‘Comedy Prom’ and a new crime drama called The Field of Blood, there’s something old, new, borrowed and blue missing… Even searching…

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