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Tagged Bernard Cribbins

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Cleaning Up at Portal

Airlock Alpha’s 2010 Portal Awards have taken place and Doctor Who has come up trumps in terms of awards, after being nominated in many categories. A breakdown of the shows winning categories is as follows: -David Tennant earned Best Actor as the Doctor -Russell T Davies won the Gene Roddenberry Lifetime Achievement Award -Bernard Cribbins…

Cribbins’ Classics

I think we’re all pretty much agreed on the fact that your can’t beat a bit of Bernard Cribbins; although I think any decision on badly-researched hacks can wait. Recently the Cribster was at the first night of The Railway Children at Waterloo station (no, really) and was asked by the press what made his…

Whoniverse Floods the Portal Awards

The nominees for the Portal Awards, an annual ceremony designed to recognize excellence in science fiction entertainment, have been announced, and you’ll never guess Who’s on it! Actually, you probably will: David Tennant. He’s up for the Best Actor/Television prize against Torchwood‘s John Barrowman, and Lost‘s Matthew Fox, among others.  It may prove to be…

BAFTA TARDIS

As reported by the official BAFTA Twitter feed today, a police box has been snapped on the red carpet at the television awards event in London. Broadcast on BBC One this evening, the event is intended to honour those that have made a positive contribution to television over the past 12 months – although for…

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