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Waters of Mars wins Hugo!

Doctor Who has struck awards gold again this weekend, as Russell T Davies and Phil Ford’s The Waters of Mars picked up the prize of Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form! The Waters of Mars follows previous winners Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead (directed by Euros Lyn), Blink (directed by Hettie McDonald) and The…

Specials Soundtrack Preview

Doctor Who: Series 4 – The Specials is out soon (September 20th) and features the superb Murray Gold score from The Next Doctor through to The End of Time, Part 2. Released by Silva Screen (who have made something of a niche market in Doctor Who soundtrack releases) the much-anticipated double CD is (currently) number…

Graeme Harper @ Vworp 3

Highly respected director Graeme Harper is among the guests at Vworp 3 this weekend, where he will be regaling the audience with stories of his 6 favourite moments in Doctor Who. After moving into directing following a career as a child actor via production assistant on Doctor Who, Harper has built an impressive list of Doctor Who…

It’s a Kind of Matt Smith

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith in hot man on man action! Sorry, came over all Daily Star there. Now, where was I? Ah yes, Matt Smith will soon be seen locking lips with his male co-stars in a heartfelt look at the life of author Christopher Isherwood, in the BBC’s Christopher and his Kind. As reported…

Matt Smith Naked Again?!

Well, not quite – but then the Doctor Who star wasn’t all that naked in The Lodger, either, was he? As you can see from the accompanying image, Matt Smith appeared on stage with Lindsay Duncan in That Face wearing naught but a towel a couple of years ago, something that should prove interesting to…

The Big Bang Reviewed

I love being right. Remember when Russell T Davies and David Tennant gave us the double whammy of bad news back in 2008 – that there would only be five episodes of Doctor Who in 2009 (a numerical claim that later changed, as we know) and that the Tenth Doctor would then be no more?…

Moffat Praises Game

Doctor Who boss Steven Moffat has praised the performances of his two stars, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in their digitised form in Doctor Who: The Adventure Games first installment City of the Daleks. Moffat believes Smith & Gillan’s on-screen chemistry is part of the reason why families up and down the country are taking…

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