Tagged The Lodger

Regeneration
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The Sun’s Got it All Wrong!

You might say they had it coming. After all, it was a list based on the flimsiest of pretenses – but nonetheless The Sun, presenting the tallied and collated version of an indifferent shrug has announced the results of its poll to choose the next Doctor. With just 4,738 votes in total (unlike say, the 88,000 supporters…

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“The Lodger” Trilogy?

You know from time to time we call it wrong – and back in 2010 we were less than impressed to find that James Corden had been cast in an Earth-bound episode of Doctor Who based on a cartoon strip from DWM. In those days the Gavin and Stacey writer and actor was becoming something…

Matt Smith auditioned for Footballers' Wives, reveals his sister
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Who’s Injury?

The Eleventh Doctor can play a mean game of football. We’ve seen it in The Lodger; the fella certainly knows how to get the ball connecting with the net. And it’s funny to think that Matt Smith was going to be a professional footballer if it wasn’t for an injury that set him back and…

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Congratulations, Corden!

Anyone who has caught the news today cannot help but be touched and impressed by James Corden’s acceptance speech yesterday evening as the Doctor Who guest star won the award for best leading actor at the Tony Awards in New York! In his emotional speech, the actor – known to Whovians as Craig Owens in…

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Roberts Discusses Adapting Shada

Shada. You’re probably thinking there’s nothing left to say. You’re probably well up to speed with the series of events that kept this Douglas Adams script from being broadcast. You have your unofficial fan novelisations, the VHS set and you’ve already watched the McGann/Eighth Doctor adaptation. So what’s left to say? Even with the Gareth…

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Roberts Signs Shada

In a few weeks time, collectors of Doctor Who novels can breathe a sigh of relief and indulge in what is surely an important release. Finally Shada, the untelevised Douglas Adams-penned Doctor Who serial from 1979, will be released as a full novel. This is something that we Doctor Who fans have been waiting for…

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