Tagged France

French & Varosian Revolutions!

If you haven’t already heard, 2|entertain recently added two more Doctor Who stories to their list of upcoming DVD releases: The Reign of Vengeance and Terror on Varos (or was it the other way around?). The Reign of Terror, infamous in the Whoniverse for being a complete ripoff of The Girl in the Fireplace, saw…

Like David Tennant? Try David Manet!

Ever wonder what it’s like being a French voice actor dubbing over an English-speaking Doctor Who performer?  If you happen to understand French, now’s your chance to find out! Our wonderful Whovian friends over at Beans on Toast have recorded a 44-minute interview with Belgian voice artist David Manet, who was responsible for speaking French…

Téléportez-vous?

Fifth Series Fever is being felt in France, where Doctor Who appreciation has been sweeping the nation! Advertisers working for France 4 have revved up their promotional campaign and are hitting the streets with posters including the one at this bus stop photographed by our irreplaceable French news source Aurélie, and trailers (placed on YouTube…

The End of Time for France

Francophiles and French Doctor Who fans might be interested in this reminder! La prophétie de Noël (The End of Time) has been made available on the France 4 website on streaming (both parts) starting this Saturday, until the screening on Christmas day (8:35PM). Meanwhile, a repeat of the wonderfully named Cyber-Noel (The Next Doctor) will…

La Conquête de Mars Online!

“La Conquête de Mars” has been made available to French viewers on the France 4 website, for a duration of 7 days prior to next Saturday’s broadcast. Those of you who don’t live in France, probably can’t access the page, so thankfully we’ve got a screencap! The lucky few who live in France and who…

The Conquest of France

Les French Whovians will soon finally get to see our favourite Time Lord Victorious in The Waters of Mars, or, to be language-specific, La conquête de Mars.  Having taken six years of French in a four-year high school (figure that out) in my younger years, I can personally tell you that “conquête” does not translate…

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