Tagged The Sarah Jane Adventures

Vote for Sarah Jane!

It’s award time again and this year, it’s The Sarah Jane Adventures that is in the limelight. The Doctor Who spin off is in the running to receive a Children’s BAFTA award and it needs you to make sure that it wins! The competition it faces includes Horrible Histories, Horrid Henry and Tracy Beaker Returns….

The Empty Planet Gallery

They’ve survived the supposed Death of the Doctor – but next week The Sarah Jane Adventures team encounter The Empty Planet! We’ll give you a full preview later on – in the meantime, how about a gallery? [nggallery id=27] (Images courtesy of the BBC) This two-part adventure premieres on CBBC on Monday 1st and Tuesday…

Deck the Halls with Ranis

Russell T Davies has always been a man of ambition when it comes to writing his scripts, especially when it comes to the worlds of Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. He’s written event episodes with multiple Doctors and companions, millions of returning enemies and laid waste to entire species while he’s been…

Doctor Who Flashback!

Get set for what may as well be an anniversary story as The Sarah Jane Adventures heads into very special territory this week with Death of the Doctor. Written by Russell T Davies, the story features a number of firsts, the first on screen meeting of Sarah Jane and Jo Grant and also their first…

Doctor Who Companion Poll

Ah, the good old Radio Times is again offering Doctor Who fans more tantlising details and previously unheard stories from past and present cast/crew members. The magazine has been at it again- in the current issue Matt Smith has been discussing who his favourite companion in Doctor Who, plus a run-down on the Doctor’s former…

Torchwood Character Updates

Remember that one show, Torchwood?  It’s easy to forget about these days, what with the new series of The Sarah Jane Adventures and the buildup to the next Doctor Who Christmas special and season.  But next summer is closer than we think, and we shouldn’t forget that somewhere in North America, a writers’ room captained…

The Vault Of Secrets

One of the better aspects of being a fan of speculative fiction in any format is the ability of the medium to take on ideas brought out by myth and urban legend and weave them into the fictional world created, adding a bit of spectacle and familiarity which can spice up a story quite quickly…

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