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A Dalek self-destructs in Doctor Who Series 7 opener Asylum of the Daleks
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Asylum of the Daleks: Worldwide Smash!

Steven Moffat has spoken this year about wanting Series 7 to have a “blockbuster”-like feeling, something exemplified by the various movie-style posters for each episode. But nothing says “blockbuster” better than respectable audience figures. Fans will be thrilled to know, therefore, that the world’s longest running sci-fi television series attracted large audiences in America, Canada…

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…

What Cohen Really Said

You don’t need another recap, do you? Basically, the presence of Doctor Who in the BBC One schedules during 2012 is an unknown entity at present, thanks to station controller Danny Cohen’s “interesting” responses at a Q&A session at the Church and Media conference on Tuesday. We’re not going to go over the bones again;…

No Full Series in 2012

We reported earlier that BBC One Controller Danny Cohen revealed at the Church and Media conference this afternoon that there will be no series of Doctor Who in 2012, with just a single Christmas special commissioned in advance of the 50th anniversary 2013 series. It seems that this wasn’t entirely accurate – our apologies for…

Karen on Twists & Pranks

Karen Gillan has joined Matt Smith in the practice of sharing memories from and teasing the next seven episodes of Doctor Who with the BBC Press Office. For instance, it can be inferred from the following anecdote that the much-hyped chasm-dangling conclusion of A Good Man Goes to War may come as a surprise even…

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