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Tagged James Moran

Sci Fi Celebration!

Coming up on March 19th and 20th is a celebration of all things science fiction at the Leicester National Space Centre and it’s going to have some pretty special guests as well. Appearing will be mastermind Gerry Anderson, responsible for such shows as Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet. But that’s not why you’d really want to…

Catch 22’s 27

Gallifrey One, the wildly popular North American Doctor Who convention, will… er, convene for the twenty-second time in Los Angeles this weekend, being formally titled Gallifrey One’s Catch-22: Islands of Mystery. Fans present at the big event may find themselves fainting twenty-seven times, as there are twenty-seven big (many of them HUGE) names scheduled to…

TARDIS Promo Image

The latest installment of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games is live on the BBC website right now – TARDIS is written by James Moran (The Fires of Pompeii, Torchwood: Children of Earth) and features the voices of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan as the Doctor and Amy Pond. TARDIS follows the successful City of the…

Explore the TARDIS!

The BBC has today unveiled official details of the third episode from its pioneering series of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games – released on August 27th, 2010, it gives you the chance to explore the world behind the inner doors of the TARDIS! Executive produced by Steven Moffat, and written by James Moran (Torchwood, The…

Kneel Before Ursa!

While avoiding Cybermats in an indifferent arctic landscape it may have passed you by but a sci-fi luminary was quietly working her way onto the Who radar. Ursa herself Sarah Douglas (Superman: The Movie and Superman II) lent her vocals to the role of Professor Meadows in Blood of the Cybermen, the middling second episode…

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