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Friday, 21 March 2014
Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 21 March 2014
A mega round-up of news, reviews, pictures, podcasts and videos from the world of Doctor Who...
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Whovian News and Extras for Friday, 21 March 2014
A mega round-up of news, reviews, pictures, podcasts and videos from the world of Doctor Who...
· Fri, Mar 21 2014 08:30:27
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Doctor Who Matt Smith to play in Soccer Aid 2014 charity football matchMatt Smith has already shown Doctor Who fans what he can do on the football pitch in series five episode The Lodger, when he was the star player on a local pub team. This summer he'll be doing it again but this time for charity event Soccer Aid.
Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi's Doctor is "radical" "wonderful" "dangerous" and "crazy" says writer Mark GatissWhat kind of Doctor will Peter Capaldi be? It's one of the big questions on fans' lips as they await their first proper look at the new Time Lord in action. Well, Mark Gatiss has already been treated to a glimpse and his verdict, summed up in three words, is "wonderful", "dangerous" and "crazy".
Town's police 'Tardis' excites fansDoctor Who fans are getting excited about a Tardis-style police box due to open this Spring in Boscombe, Dorset. The idea is for a more visible police presence to tackle crime, but a TV show fan site said the box's "celebrity status" would outweigh that service.
Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi will bring back the "mercurial, unknowable, frightening" side of DoctorChris Addison says he is "beyond excited" to see his former The Thick of It co-star Peter Capaldi take on the role of Doctor Who. The pair worked together on four series of the award-winning political comedy, as well as for the 2009 movie spin-off In the Loop and Addison thinks Capaldi will bring back some qualities that have been missing from the modern-day incarnations of the Doctor.
BBC - Blogs - Doctor Who - The Sound of Doctor WhoDelia Derbyshire, who arranged Doctor Who's original theme tune, is featured in episode 2 of 'In Their Own Words: 20th Century Composers' which you can catch on BBC Four, tonight (21 March) at 8pm. Following its broadcast it will be available on BBC iPlayer for a limited period.
Doctor Who TARDIS LEGO Set Up For Voting | GeekologieHey guys I am having some personal health problems, so bear with me. This is the Doctor Who TARDIS LEGO set currently up for voting on the LEGO Cuuso website. Of all the sets I've seen on the site recently, I feel like this one might actually stand a chance.
Image of the Day: Peter Capaldi gets Peter Davison's companionThat time the 12th Doctor hung out with the 5th Doctor's loudest companion.
Doctor Who News: Fan RoundupTo celebrate Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, CultBox.co.uk asked fans to re-enact their favourite Doctor Who moment. Hundreds of fans from over 30 countries sent in their videos. Here are some of their favourite entries. Fanfilm: That Time of Night The team behind the Spanish fanfilm The Imperfect World is following up with a series of shorts.
Springfield Punx: Doctor Who's ClaraClara Oswald (from new season of Doctor Who) An updated Clara for you today, and a "fresh regeneration" Capaldi 12th Doctor as a bonus. Also today, Niquolas did a great job drawing a Simpsons style Kevin Durant, check it out!
In Print Comic: IN PRINT - Place holder
Doctor Who News: Doctor DoodleA doodle by Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker , is being auctioned for charity as part of National Doodle Day 2014. The event is to raise money for Epilepsy Action with celebrities donating doodles to be auctioned on ebay. The auction is open until Sunday. Bids can me made via the website.
In Print Comic: THE INFINITES Strip 22It's the Other(s) again. We last saw them in the conclusion of ' Paradox Now'. They're appearing here as the 7th Doctor was more in tune to his possible past selves than the other Doctors, as detailed at various points during the 'New Adventures'.
TARDIS MusingsI decided to make the most of the lovely weather today by taking a leisurely walk along the Thames through Central London. It's a walk I've enjoyed many times, and have previously noted that it passes a number of locations that have been seen in Doctor Who.
Dogtor Who: All the Time Lords - as dogsToday just got a whole lot better with the discovery that someone has re-imagined all 13 incarnations of the Time Lords from Doctor Who - as dogs.
Doctor Who News: UNIT fannual is in the pipelineThe publishers behind the unofficial Peter Cushing Dr. Who fannual are seeking story pitches for a similar follow-up volume - this time centring on UNIT. Entitled The U.N.I.T Fannual 1974, the setting will be "the near future" following the end of the Doctor's exile on Earth, with the stories showing how the organisation is coping without his help as scientific adviser.
Doctor Who: 5 Types Of Male Companions (And Where Danny Pink Might Fit)Let's face it - the ratio of male-to-female companions on Doctor Who has always leaned heavily in the females' favour. This really is a shame because a male companion has just as much to offer as a female one, and is it really fair to deny guys their chance to travel through time and space as well?
FANNUAL: U.N.I.T Writer's GuidlelinesThe setting is 'the near future' in terms of the original airdate of the early-mid 1970s but no specifics, please. Britain has a space programme ( Ambassadors of Death) and is still seen as a prime mover in global politics ( The Mind of Evil/Day of the Daleks etc).
Doctor Who's popularity over five yearsIf there were any doubts over what a slick machine Doctor Who has become under Steven Moffat and his revolving-door production team, have a gander at this graph of search terms over the last five years, tracking the relative popularity (in Google search frequency) of Chris Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.
Doctor Who's Best & Worst CharactersFans of the BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who are famously obsessive regarding their likes and dislikes about the series, which has been on the air for more than half a century.
Interview: Roger Limb of The Radiophonic WorkshopThe iconic BBC music ensemble behind the Doctor Who theme is back on tour The BBC's Radiophonic Workshop was an early pioneer of electronic music. Originally set up by Desmond Briscoe and Daphne Oram in 1958 to produce music and sound effects for radio, it soon became a hub for musical experimentation, producing hundreds of theme tunes and soundtracks for television.
Dr Who fan exterminates the competitionA Doctor Who fan welcomed an unusual visitor to his Morecambe home when a life-size red, white and blue Dalek was delivered. Len Simpson won the one-of-a-kind Dalek in a nationwide competition. He said: "It was a complete shock to see the size of it, so at the moment it lives in the garage as it's too big to fit in the house!
DOCTOR WHO ALIEN MOVEMENTS AT PQA OXFORDActor David Sullivan who played a Sontaran in Doctor Who delivered an Alien Movement Masterclass. David trained in musical theatre at The Arts Educational Schools, London. Since then, David has established himself as a versatile physical character actor on stage and TV working most notably with CBBC, Cbeebies, The Royal Opera, Dr Who, The National Theatre and numerous television adverts.
Doctor Who: 8 Past Roles Proving Keeley Hawes' Casting Is AwesomeEver since last August when Peter Capaldi was revealed as the newest incarnation of everyone's favourite Time Lord, more news about the eighth series of Doctor Who has been leaking steadily into the public domain as we curse Steven Moffat for making us wait so long for everything.
Doctor Who thing: another TARDIS little free library9 Flares Twitter 3 Facebook 3 Google+ 3 StumbleUpon 0 Email -- 9 Flares × A while back I highlighted a project by Jennifer in Florida who was looking to raise funds for a leave a book/take a book library in the shape of a TARDIS.
Doctor Who: We're Catching Up to "The Future" Rapidly, And It's Not That WrongGeorge Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1948, giving humanity almost four decades to make his dystopia come true. That's sort of the sweet spot of science fiction a lot of the time. You want to set your story far enough in the future to make fantastic new elements not seem out of place, but not so far as to alienate the readers of today.
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Doctor Who : Besieged - Dimensions (EXTENDED)gr8film
The Matrix of Gallifreythehistorynerds
Georgia Moffet - Doctor Who Q&Ageorgiamoffettweb
TARDIS sound and light driver unit demonstrationmegawayned
Professor What #10 - Part 1 HDprofessorwhat
Professor What #10 - Part 2 HDprofessorwhat
Doctor who demo for Horrorgoldmister
Ask the Doctor — Episode David Tennantnotliterally
Doctor Who: Series 5: Amy's ChoiceA pregnant Amy Pond faces a terrible choice. Or does she? All is not as it seems in this chilling adventure... ( R) A pregnant Amy Pond faces a terrible choice. Or does she? All is not as it seems in this chilling adventure... ( R)
Doctor Who: Series 5: The Hungry EarthThe reptilian Silurians are the former rulers of Earth. A drilling project awakens them - and now they want their planet back! ( R) The reptilian Silurians are the former rulers of Earth. A drilling project awakens them - and now they want their planet back! ( R)
The Sarah Jane Adventures: Series 4: The Nightmare Man: Part 2Children's sci-fi series. With Luke, Clyde and Rani trapped in a bizarre dreamscape, Sarah Jane must fight alone as the Nightmare Man grows stronger. With Luke, Clyde and Rani trapped in a bizarre dreamscape, Sarah Jane must fight alone. As the Nightmare Man grows stronger, only K-9 might hold the key.
The Sarah Jane Adventures: Series 4: Death of the Doctor: Part 2Children's science fiction drama. Old friends fight together - but is it too late to stop the sinister Shansheeth? Children's science fiction drama. Old friends fight together - but is it too late to stop the sinister Shansheeth?
Whovian Art, Craft and Whomour
The War Doctor (Doctor Who)DOCTORWHOQUOTES
Frozen in Time and Spacekhallion
Here Lies The DoctorSwanStarDesigns
Trouble At TrenzaloreSwanStarDesigns
whoschangingWHO'S CHANGING is the new documentary from Capital City Entertainment about the changing face of fans of Doctor Who, the hit BBC science fiction drama series.
NewsOut in June, you can now enjoy the cover for Doctor Who main range title Masquerade, starring Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton as the Fifth Doctor and Nyssa. concludes a trilogy which begins next month in , and sends the Doctor and Nyssa on journeys to Earth of the 1920s, a deadly in space, and eighteenth century France.
Boy who kicked pigs | Tom Baker novel | David Roberts illustrationsThis is Tom's
NewsWe've been waiting to reveal this information for a little while, but the time is right to say: Lady Louisa Pollard is back! Anneke Wills returns as Charley's mother in the upcoming Charlotte Pollard box set, and you can also meet her father, played by none other than Terrence Hardiman!
Doctor Who Soundtrack Official Online Store : Merch, Music, Downloads & ClothingThe highly anticipated soundtrack to Doctor Who Series 7, the last to feature Matt Smith as the Doctor, is now released as a double CD.
DOCTOR WHO Clara Oswald 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07
Doctor Who The Web of Fear DVD ReviewThe Web of Fear Review by Paul Bowler Following Salamander's demise and narrowly escaping from a giant web in space, the TARDIS materialises in the London Underground, where the tunnels have become infested with pulsating webs and the Great Intelligence's fearsome robotic Yeti. The Doctor (Patrick Troughton), Jamie, (Frazer Hines), and Victoria (Deborah Watling) are...
DOCTOR WHO Weeping Angel (Screaming) 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07
Book Review: DOCTOR WHO - STING OF THE ZYGONSWritten by Tony Jones Saturday, 15 March 2014 Review: Doctor Who - Sting of the Zygons / Author: Stephen Cole / Publisher: BBC Books / Release Date: Out Now is a Tenth Doctor (plus Martha) story set in the Lake District in 1909.
DOCTOR WHO Zygon 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #844: The Beast Below"So is this how it works, Doctor? You never interfere in the affairs of other peoples or planets, unless there's children crying?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Apr.10 2010. IN THIS ONE... Starship UK, where every 5 years, you forget it's sitting on top of a Star Whale. REVIEW: How strange.
DOCTOR WHO Imperial Guard Dalek & Assault Dalek 3.75" Wave 2 Figure Reviews | Votesaxon07votesaxon07
Book Review: DOCTOR WHO - PRISONER OF THE DALEKSWritten by Paul Mount Saturday, 15 March 2014 Review: Doctor Who - Prisoner of the Daleks / Author: Trevor Baxendale / Publisher: BBC Books / Release Date: Out Now The Doctor, travelling alone, jumps a time-track (he does that sort of thing, you know) and finds himself at a point in history before the Time War wiped out the Daleks and the Time Lords.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #845: Victory of the DaleksTECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Apr.17 2010. IN THIS ONE... Winston Churchill vs. the Daleks. REVIEW: The episode initially holds some promise. Ian McNeice makes a fine iconic (as opposed to revisionist) Winston Churchill, the "Ironside" Dalek in camo paint looks great, and the servile Dalek plot pleasantly evokes Power of the Daleks.
Who's Changing: An Adventure in Time with FansI've been eager to get my hands on new Doctor Who documentary Who's Changing: An Adventure in Time with Fans since I first stumbled upon the Kickstarter for it.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #846: The Time of Angels"Didn't anyone every tell you there's one thing you never put in a trap? If you're smart, if you value your continued existence, if you have any plans about seeing tomorrow, there is one thing you never, ever put in a trap." "And what would that be, sir?" "Me."
Philip Sandifer: Writer: A Woman (The End of Time, Part One)It's December 25, 2009. Rage Against the Machine are at number one with "Killing in the Name," a feat of countercultural rebellion cooked up by people who got tired of the crown of the Christmas #1 being dominated year after year by The X Factor and who thus decided to try to send a different single to number one.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #847: Flesh and Stone"It's a long story. Doctor. It can't be told, it has to be lived. No sneak previews. Well, except for this one. You'll see me again quite soon, when the Pandorica opens." "The Pandorica. Ha! That's a fairy tale." "Doctor, aren't we all?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 1 2010.
Philip Sandifer: Writer: A Split in the Skin of the World (The End of Time, Part Two)A bombed out husk of imagined Londons, all the dead and abandoned futures piled up alongside each other. All the things that could have been, united by their shared experience of a moment where it became obvious that they actually never could be.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #848: The Vampires of Venice"You know what's dangerous about you? It's not that you make people take risks, it's that you make them want to impress you." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 8 2010. IN THIS ONE... Rory's bachelor party becomes a trip to the Renaissance to fight fishy vampires.
TARDIS MusingsIn which the Doctor's planned holiday is going to have to wait - after he is given an important mission by the White Guardian of Time. The Guardian diverts the TARDIS from its course. He appears as a white-haired old man, dressed like a Southern plantation owner.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #849: Amy's Choice"My boys. My poncho boys. If we're going to die, let's die looking like a Peruvian folk band." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 15 2010. IN THIS ONE... Either we're in the TARDIS freezing to death, or we're pregnant in Leadworth. Which is the dream?
Doctor Who Serial 051 - Spearhead From SpaceSynopsis: The Doctor, having just regenerated, finds himself on exiled on Earth helping UNIT. Strange objects have fallen from the sky, as a forerunner for the Nestines to conquer Earth. Hello Jon Pertwee. Though most of episode one has The Doctor unconscious, we quickly get a good idea of who The Doctor is now.
Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #850: The Hungry Earth"Come to relive past glories, I'd imagine. Humans, you're so nostalgic." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 22 2010. IN THIS ONE... The new Silurians make their first appearance. REVIEW: Given his uneven track record on Torchwood, I'm surprised Moffat gave Chris Chibnall a shot on his Doctor Who (and by uneven, I mean his episodes swung between intense but fun drivel, and god-awful).
Now what are we up to? Only Time will tell... http://t.co/qCnxbRoGwBJanet Fielding
Artwork that shows how the Ninth and Tenth Doctor’s sonic screwdriver developed… Here are ideas from 2004… http://t.co/VqfA0IO1TxDoctor Who Official
Paul McGann at Newcastle Film & Comic Con in March 2014. (Source: http://villain-lover.tumblr.com/post/79309122617/photo-of-paul-in-newcastle-posing-by-a-replica-of)Doctor Who and the Tardis ~ The Classic Years
Doctor Who - A New Who ==> www.etsy.com/listing/182682518/doctor-who-a-new-whoThe Daily Dalek
The original, you might say. Art by Richard Jennings.Lee Sullivan
Paul McGann as Andrew Undershaft in "Major Barbara" at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in August 2013. Photo courtesy: http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/Doctor Who and the Tardis ~ The Classic Years
R.I.P. Steve Moore - the comics scriptwriter who gave us the Dalek Killer Abslom Daak as well as Kroton the Cyberman among his amazing work. He has died at the age of 64.
Doctor Who Cos Play
Kevin... "Some time travelers just do not know how to drive!" - Ken SpiveyDoctor Who Cosplayers
Hello PondMichael Davis, Unofficial Tenth Doctor Impersonator
Doctor Who - TimelineSchantra
Doctor Who star from the 1960s will time travel to LowestoftDr Who star Sophie Aldred visited the Dawn Of Time coffee shop in Lowestoft, Anthony Carroll Tuesday, March 18, 2014 2:33 PM Doctor Who fans can meet one the programme's most popular characters when he materialises in Lowestoft on Saturday.
Doctor Who writer in ChichesterAuthor, playwright and Doctor Who scriptwriter Robert Shearman is the next guest at the University of Chichester as part of a series of events organised by the media and English departments. Robert will be in conversation for the departments' Presents series, with Alison Macleod and Adam Locks, on Wednesday, April 2 at Bishop Otter campus.
Outside the TARDIS
THE REAL HISTORY OF SCI FI w/ David Tennant, Nathan Fillion & More - Sat APR 19 BBC AMERICAbbcamericatv
New Doctor Who villain Keeley Hawes acst alongside past and present Time Lords Paul McGann and Peter Capaldi in Channel 5's Hotel! - videoThis morning the internet buzzed with the news that an in-demand Keeley Hawes was to play a brand new villain in the next series of Doctor Who, uniting her with the latest Time Lord, Peter Capaldi. But this isn't the first time the pair have shared the screen, although we reckon they're probably hoping their previous collaboration on Channel 5's 2001 comedy spoof Hotel!
Doctor Who Narrates Kinect Sports Rivalsignentertainment
Paul McGann in all-star Three Sisters | Entertainment FocusHome " Theatre Section " Theatre News " Paul McGann in all-star Three Sisters Paul McGann, best-known for playing one half of Withnail & I, Percy Toplis in Alan Bleasdale's The Monocled Mutineer, Doctor Who and Durian in our sonic movie favourite The Minister of Chance, is set to return to the stage to play Vershinin in a production of Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters.
Doctor Who News: People RoundupActor Olaf Pooley has been talking to on the occasion of his 100th birthday. The centenarian told the station the secret of a long life. A Facebook fan page for the actor has been set up here. A two-part, fully illustrated & extensive interview with Doctor Who companion actressKaty Manning has just been released online.
Doctor Who News: Arthur Darvill Opens in OnceArthur Darvill has taken over the role of Guy in the West End production of Once the Musical . The actor, who played Rory Williams in Doctor Who, took over the role on Monday when the production celebrated its first birthday in London's Phoenix Theatre.
Whovians in Second Life
Second Life is a virtual role playing world, and has lots of fan based regions including Doctor Who, plus I have my own sim called Paradox Island.
Podcast and Audio Round-up
Warning some podcast may not be suitable for children.
Doctor Who: Tin Dog Podcast : TDP 374: Destiny of the Doctor 11 - The Time MachineThe Top Rated Doctor Who Podcast. One fan, One mic and an opinion. What more does anyone need? Daleks, TARDIS, Cybermen, Sontarans, Ood, Classic Series, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Smith and New Who. Home of Whostrology and the Big Finish Retrospective.
Episode 88 : The RomansThe Ides of March are upon us, so to celebrate we'll be joining The First Doctor, Vicki, Ian and Barbara as they take a vacation near Rome around 64 A.D. For once the vacation goes off without much of a hitch and a month on there is no signs of any sort of adventures.
Doctor Who: Radio Free SkaroWith a new podcast almost every week, Radio Free Skaro is possibly the most prolific, irreverent (but never irrelevant) Doctor Who podcas...
The Oncoming Storm Ep 95: BF #38 - Double VisionIt's Our Inaugural ESO episode! Engarde! Wei, Wei zhis weeeek, Zee Oncoming Storm iz goings to France, so everyone iz speeking in zee zilly Frrench accentz! Wait, what? No one is doing that? Really? The American story get Foghorn Leghorn and the France story nothing? Alright then.
Doctor Who: The Sonic Toolbox : Episode 125: Down The Rabbit HoleEDIT_HERE
Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who : Episode 5: The Keys of MarinusWanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who
Staggering Stories Podcast " Blog Archive " Staggering Stories Podcast #180: Busting Makes Us Feel GoodPodcast: Download (Duration: 1:18:35 - 45.0MB) Summary: Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Jean Riddler, Keith Dunn and Scott Fuller review the 1984 classic film 'Ghostbusters', play a Doctor Who trivia game, talk about the events 'The Third Surrey Steampunk Convivial' and 'Brighton Modelworld', find some general news and a variety of other stuff, specifically: 00:00 - Intro and theme tune.
Doctor Who: Time Signatures : Episode 003 - The War MachinesA podcast dedicated to the music and sound of Doctor Who. Hosted by Emily K.
Side Trip 13 - SYLVESTER MCCOY at Planet Comicon 2014 - Traveling the VortexTraveling the Vortex - Side Trip 13 - SYLVESTER MCCOY at Planet Comicon 2014
Episode 42 - You Don't Look Like a Killer to MeEpisodes discussed: Doctor Who 3x13 Last of the Time Lords and Buffy 3x7 Revelations Last of the Time Lords Written by Russell T. Davies; Directed by Colin Teague It's up to Martha to save the world as the Doctor, Jack, and the Joneses are all held prisoner by the Master.
Episode #212Simon Fisher-Becker aka Dorium Maldovar is our special guest this week....
Reality Bomb - a Doctor Who podcast : Reality Bomb Episode 009EDIT_HERE
Episode 168 - We Lost the Doctor - Traveling the VortexA long one this week, but with the crammed packed weekend of this year's Planet Comicon in Kansas City, we had a lot to talk about. We'll discuss all the Doctor Who related events that went on this weekend, as well as much of the other sci-fi and pop culture programming that make the con a joy and success.
Doctor Who: Tin Dog Podcast : TDP 375: Dark Eyes 1.1 The Great WarThe Top Rated Doctor Who Podcast. One fan, One mic and an opinion. What more does anyone need? Daleks, TARDIS, Cybermen, Sontarans, Ood, Classic Series, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Smith and New Who. Home of Whostrology and the Big Finish Retrospective.
Doctor Who: Podshock 298 - 'The Enemy of the World' Reviewed, News, and MoreDoctor Who: Podshock - Episode 298 Running Time: 1:40:10 The once missing Doctor Who story, 'The Enemy of the World' starring Patrick Troughton is reviewed, plus news and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani and Dave Cooper . This podcast is made possible in part by Podshock Supporting Subscribers and from donations from listeners like you.
VerityPodcast.comThis week's Extra! is another fun one. Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Liz as we talk about the rabbit holes we've disappeared down because of Doctor Who. Which actors and creators have we followed from Who? What other shows have we watched because of them? Are we embarrassed by these properties?
Stories From The Vortex: A Doctor Who Audio Adventures PodcastThis episode finds Matthew Kresal, Mary Lang and Robert Haynes reviewing Sympathy For The Devil and Masters Of War, two stories from Big Finish's Doctor Who Unbound range starring David Warner as an alternative third Doctor.
Doctor Who: The Krynoid PodCast : 054: The Reign of Terror
70 Doctor Who - Genesis of the DaleksSpring-time for Davros! A disabled electrician with a massive ego invents a wheelchair with a bad attitude and a passion for unblocking toilets. Unable to leave the house, he orders his weekly shop online but the Thal supermarket delivers some bad clams so he blows them all to shit.
Wanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who : Episode 6: The AztecsWanderers in the 4th Dimension: A Journey Through Doctor Who
Doctor Who: The Memory Cheats : The Memory Cheats #106A Doctor Who review podcast featuring Josh (Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway) and Steven (Radio Free Skaro) and their immediate reactions to randomly selected Doctor Who stories.
Article 75: Giant Angry Robot " Articles of the Shadow ProclamationThis time around, we're looking at the Fourth Doctor's first episode: Robot. This episode features a most entertaining outfit choosing scene, someone with amazing scientist hair, and the threat of nuclear annihilation. You know. The usual. So, make yourself comfortable and join us for a discussion of Tom Baker's debut as The Doctor.
2MTL 340: ReMasteredhttp://twominutetimelord.com/podcasts/2mtl-340.mp3 Download it! | Open Player in New Window We made it through the Matt Smith era without the return of the Doctor's arch-nemesis, the Master. A couple of weeks ago, the rumors started to circulate. Is he back to face Peter Capaldi? And should he wear a new face?
Playing Doctor: A Doctor Who PodcastPodcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:09:30 - 23.9MB) When the TARDIS crash lands-again-the Doctor and crew find themselves in an alternate universe where Jackie and Pete Tyler are still together, Mickey really is Rickey, and of course, people travel in zeppelins.
The Oncoming Storm : The Oncoming Storm EP 96: BF # 39 - BANG BANG, You're Dead!A Doctor Who Spinoff Media Podcast. Brought to you by Mad Norwegian's Josh Wilson and Timegate's Ashley Raburn, along with Sacha Dzuba and Rachel Stewart, The Oncoming Storm exists to inform you about the best and brightest books, audios, comics, and etc from the Doctor Who universe!
The Doctor Who Podcast Episode #250 - Paul McGann interviewJoin us for a landmark Episode of The Doctor Who Podcast! 250 DWPs eh?! Who'd have thought?! Well, this time we have a treat for you as Ian gets to spend some chatting to the Eight Doctor himself, Mr Paul McGann at this year's Big Finish Day 4.
Whovian Spoilers, Set Reports and Speculations
Beware of spoilers and rumours ahead that may ruin your enjoyment of the new series.
DWSR Peter Capaldi back in Cardiff for Doctor Who. ~dwsr http://t.co/a2EcnNfxkf http://t.co/VjeeDW2YyRDWSR tweets
Is Keeley Hawes set to play The Master?Mark Gatiss has spoken on a possible return of The Master in Doctor Who Series 8. Speaking to Adoro Cinema, Gatiss said: "I think anything is possible, but with this new Doctor, I think it's important not to get stuck on old preferences."
DWSR “@IzzehRahim: @sabrinaaiini Jenna!! http://t.co/yhlawhMCy6” ~dwsr http://t.co/7jP6dxFJdfDWSR tweets
Doctor Who: Pictures of Peter Capaldi filming latest scenes in CardiffThe new Doctor Who has been filming in one of Cardiff University's most prestigious academic buildings, which has also been used in an episode of Sherlock New Doctor Who Peter Capaldi has taken time out from filming the eighth series of the sci-fi drama to pose with fans.
Sharply dressed Peter Capaldi wears mystery ringBy Jason Chester PUBLISHED: 11:52 EST, 18 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:27 EST, 18 March 2014 He's currently filming the eighth series of Doctor Who on location in Cardiff, but while new Time Lord Peter Capaldi's presence on set was hard to miss as he chatted to extras - it was the distinctive ring on his wedding finger that caught the eye.
Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman film with new monsterIntriguing photos from the set of Doctor Who series eight show what appears to be a brand new monster. Some fans have suggested that the creature bears similarities to classic Minotaur-influenced creatures the Nimon, and while it wouldn't be the first time a Doctor Who foe had been given a radical makeover, on closer examination the resemblance between them seems vague at most.
Meet the latest Doctor Who monster (not actually a giant cow)Filming for Episode 4 continued today, with our first proper glimpse at one of the new monsters being introduced in series 8, who seems to have wandered straight off the set of a Guillermo Del Toro flick.
Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi films new series in Cardiff's Bute ParkThe new doctor Peter Capaldi and his companion Jenna Coleman are spotted filming new series in the beautiful surroundings of Bute Park Surrounded by magnolia blossom in Cardiff's stunning Bute Park, the new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi and his companion Jenna Coleman looked delighted with the surroundings as filming continues in the latest series.
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