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Doctor Who Live Kicks Off!

Doctor Who Live has started its UK run and it’s looking absolutely brilliant! If you’ve managed to get tickets to one of the shows the congratulations, you’re going to have a great time. If you didn’t manage to get any never fear, the DVD release (there’s bound to be one) will be just as good!…

Living the Live!

Doctor Who Live is no longer just an exciting concept we’ve been awaiting for months; it’s now officially a traveling show that has revealed itself to the public!  As such, the first reviews are beginning to trickle in, and the majority of them have nice things to say about The Greatest Show in the Galaxy……

Sally Sparrow Sings!

Remember Blink (2007)? Remember that the Doctor and Martha were stuck in the wrong time zone without the TARDIS and only one plucky lady could help them? Namely Sally Sparrow? If you can’t, go and crack open the Series 3 box set of Doctor Who and watch episode ten right now. Go on. For those…

Waters of Mars wins Hugo!

Doctor Who has struck awards gold again this weekend, as Russell T Davies and Phil Ford’s The Waters of Mars picked up the prize of Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form! The Waters of Mars follows previous winners Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead (directed by Euros Lyn), Blink (directed by Hettie McDonald) and The…

The Big Bang is Coming…

So – what’s it all about, really? We know very little about how the finale of the current series of Doctor Who will turn out – but that doesn’t mean we cannot speculate. There are no spoilers here – only speculation. Matt Smith has already referred to a “returning element” in a recent interview –…

Short Stories are Not Fish From Space…

… because the Saturnynians were rendered extinct in The Vampires of Venice, remember? An interview conducted by BBC News primarily designed to promote Stories (a soon-to-be-available compilation of short stories by various authors that was co-edited by Stardust, Coraline, and Season-32-Episode-3 (?) writer Neil Gaiman) addressed the issue of whether short stories are dead by…

Croatia is Like a Soap Opera

A less busy, more elegant featurette from the BFI premiere allows the viewer a chance to listen to some of Richard Curtis’ reasons for writing Vincent and the Doctor and his opinion of the Doctor’s character, and Karen Gillan’s point-of-view on what it was like to film in Croatia: “[We were in a] tiny little…

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