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Is the BBC Slow to Recommission?

A recent article published on The Guardian website has commented on the BBC’s output in terms of drama and how there simply isn’t enough of it due to budget. Maggie Brown commentates on how the BBC seems to be putting out quality shows but with shorter runs to their name. The newest imagining of Just…

Doctor Who Experience Photos!

Seven new pictures from the soon-to-be-opened Doctor Who Experience exhibition have found their way onto the CBBC Newsround site! Included in the gallery are two photos from the highly-anticipated Eleventh Doctor’s TARDIS interior (right), and disappointingly, from what we can see, it doesn’t appear to be a spot-on replica.  Is it just our perception or…

More Pirate Episode Casting

Casting news today directly from Auntie Beeb herself! Yet another tall hot redhead has found her way into Doctor Who; supermodel Lily Cole who will portray “a mysterious creature that haunts a pirate ship,” according to the BBC’s official Doctor Who website.  Considering that everyone’s favourite longest-running-science-fiction-show-in-the-world has a lot to do with aliens, we…

iSay! iPlayer coming to the iPad?

The BBC have moved quick to address speculation and reaffirm it’s position on making BBC Online more accessible to mobile devices. Daniel Danker, General Manager of Future Media & Technology, commented on the BBC Internet Blog that auntie beeb would be offering the iPlayer app for both Android and iPad OS by as early as…

Ultimate Regeneration – eBook Offer!

It has been some time since we launched our initial pre-order purchase offer, and we are finally delighted to reveal that following the finalization of the cover (thanks to our perfectionist designer Anthony Dry) and some frankly bizarre revelations about our initial printers, the saga that has become known as Ultimate Regeneration is nearing completion!…

Children’s TV in Crisis?

We’ve long stated that Doctor Who is family viewing – but The Sarah Jane Adventures is most definitely aimed primarily at children, and stands as a solitary beacon of the best in television for the younger members of the viewing public. So it makes sense that someone with considerable experience in both children’s TV and…

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