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The Song of Megaptera

The Song of Megaptera is the latest from Big Finish’s series of Lost Stories from the cancelled 1985 series of Doctor Who. Previously known as “The Song of the Space Whale”, the story is by Pat Mills, based on his original Fifth Doctor era pitch, with John Wagner. After failing to become the story that…

Time of Angels USA

The Time of Angels airs on BBC America this weekend – in this episode, the Doctor encounters two familiar presences – River Song and the Weeping Angels. This episode stars Matt Smith as the Doctor, Karen Gillan as Amy Pond and Alex Kingston as River Song View the clip below if you’re based in North…

Karen Gillan on Graham Norton

Karen Gillan appeared on the Graham Norton Show on Monday evening, to talk about Doctor Who – not to mention ruining the closing moments of The Time of Angels… The clip below sees Gillan looking absolutely delicious as she speaks to Norton, alongside Alan Davies and Jennifer Lopez. However, the clip opens with Graham Norton…

Jago and Litefoot Trailer

A trailer is online at the Big Finish website promoting the upcoming Doctor Who spinoff series Jago and Litefoot! Following on from the success of the 2009 Companions Chronicles tale The Mahogany Murderers, the Jago and Litefoot series series reunites Christopher Benjamin and Trevor Baxter as the reluctant Victorian sleuths, who are investigating monsters, a…

River Song Talks

Thanks to BBC America, we’ve got footage of actress Alex Kingston talking about her role in Doctor Who as River Song. Kingston returns to Doctor Who in BBC America’s next episode The Time of Angels, and here explains the character of River Song, whom she describes as a “female Indiana Jones.” You can also view…

Doctor of Comedy

Former Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston has spoken of his ambition to do comedy. The Ninth Doctor actor – who starred as the last of the Time Lords in 2005 – told the Belfast Telegraph that he hasn’t worked since December, is slapdash in his choice of film roles but takes more care in accepting…

Flesh and Stone Review

Last week’s fantastic opener to this two-parter brought us an even scarier interpretation of the Weeping Angels (if that’s possible!) and more layers of mystery to the story of River Song’s relationship with the Doctor. Who or WHAT is River Song? Can The Doctor trust her? How the heck will they escape from certain death…

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