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Exit Beth Willis

Beth Willis has apparently moved on from BBC Wales, according to reports, where she was co-executive producer on Doctor Who Series 5 and Series 6 with Piers Wenger and Steven Moffat. C21Media has been told by the BBC that it “expects to replace Willis before filming of the Doctor Who Christmas special begins in September.”…

Sherlock Series Two Details

Cult Box has published a easy to read guide for the known details for Sherlock series two, including most of the principal cast and crew for the three installments: Returning cast: Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes, Martin Freeman as Dr John Watson, Rupert Graves as Inspector Lestrade and Una Stubbs as Mrs Hudson. Executive producers:…

Who’s Secure?

Recently, there has been a lot of gossip going on regarding the future of Doctor Who. Announcements have been made regarding the show’s future and things are shaping up to be nice and stable, Doctor Who has been renewed up until at least 2013! The BBC recently announced that it had ordered 13 more episodes…

The Twittering Classes

Twitter is a great politicising body that give the account holder 140 characters or less to hold not only corporations to account but also individuals. Throughout events leading up to and including the Arab Spring uprisings there were two kinds of response on Twitter: those that sought to broadcast from ground zero, giving detailed accounts…

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