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Whoogle Roundup for Friday, 2nd May, 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Fri, 05/02/2014 - 9:52am

Another roundup of all the best Doctor Who news, videos, reviews and other Whovian goodies....

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Doctor Who Double at the BAFTA Television Craft Awards!

BBC - Doctor Who - Mon, 04/28/2014 - 9:43am

The BAFTA Television Craft Awards took place last night (27 April) in London with the world of Doctor Who winning in two categories.

The Day of the Doctor triumphed in the ‘Special, Visual & Graphic Effects’ category whilst An Adventure in Space and Time was given the award for best ‘Make Up and Hair Design’.

The annual BAFTA Television Craft Awards seek to recognise the behind-the-scenes professionals in TV production and new media, with categories covering make-up, editing, lighting and special effects. Big congratulations to all last night’s winners and nominees!

Doctor Who has also been nominated for a BAFTA Television Award with The Day of the Doctor in the running for the Radio Times Audience Award category, meaning you get to decide who wins… You can find out more about those awards, including how to vote!

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Whoogle Roundup for Friday, 25 April 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Fri, 04/25/2014 - 10:07am

A round-up of all the latest Doctor Who news, reviews and tidbits of interest from the Whoniverse.

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Storified by David Lewis· Fri, Apr 25 2014 08:04:49

Today's Featured PictureA Day at the BeachLeda74Whovian NewsBBC - Blogs - Doctor Who - Multiple Hugo Award Nominations for the Doctor!The Doctor Who Team The Name of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor and The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot have all been nominated for this year's Hugo Awards. All three have been nominated in the 'Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form' category and the winners will be announced on 17 August at the 2014 Hugo Awards ceremony.Doctor Who: Matt Smith reveals he'd be delighted to return to hit BBC seriesFormer Doctor Who Matt Smith says he would be happy to follow in the footsteps of David Tennant and return to the show at some point Former Doctor Who Matt Smith has revealed he would love to step into the Tardis once more and return to the show one day.Doctor Who: Tom Baker didn't like K-9K-9 was supposed to be a Time Lord's best friend but Tom Baker has admitted he was not a fan of the robot dog for much of his Doctor Who tenure. "I didn't like K-9 at all," said the Fourth Doctor.Doctor Who's Comic adventures to introduce Black and Hispanic companionsS Titan's new runs of comics for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors are starting up in a few months time, and the BBC have now revealed two new companions to join the Time Lords on their adventures - meet Gabby and Alice!Exclusive first look: Meet Alice Obiefune - the Eleventh Doctor's new companionBy Christopher Allen on | Permalink Tags: Comics, Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor, Featured The Eleventh Doctor will be joined by "a grieving young woman" in a new series of comic book adventures from Titan Comics. Alice Obiefune has just lost her mother when the Doctor explodes into her life - heralding the start of a stunning new chapter of adventures for Matt Smith's Doctor.Doctor Who: Legacy receives big update, adds Perk System and more " 148Apps " iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch App Reviews and NewsPosted by Tre Lawrence on April 22nd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Tiny Rebel Games (with Seed Studio and the BBC) has just updated puzzle RPG Doctor Who: Legacy with new content and features.Whovian ExtrasDoctor Who in London - Things To Do - visitlondon.comLondon is packed with thrills for Doctor Who fans. See the iconic locations from your favourite show and shop for DaleksVote Doctor Who in the Radio Times Audience Award at the Bafta Television Awards 2014Where did you see the 50th birthday episode? In a cinema. The audience included Sylvester McCoy, John Hurt, Matt Smith and Steven Moffat - and me feeling like I was in heaven. What was your favourite scene? I got tearful when all the Doctors appeared together - remembering it now I feel a bit tingly.In Print Comic: IN PRINT - LEGACYSo it would seem that the Doctor is just as addicted to 'Doctor Who Legacy' as the rest of us. Not a surprise really. Today's strip is brought to you entirely by Jesse Lax who wrote and drew this strip before leaving it in out shared Dropbox folder where it took me two months to spot it.Doctor Who Custom Weeping Angel CostumeThis custom Weeping Angel costume depicts one of the terrifying creatures from the Doctor Who series. And you can have a costume version made of your very own.Doctor Who News: Doctor Who newsreels among thousands of films released by British PathéArchival footage relating to Doctor Who is among thousands of films now available to view on the British Pathé YouTube channel, after the organisation decided to upload its entire catalogue in high resolution to the video-sharing website.Blue Box Cafe: Elgin's Hangout for Hungry WhoviansDo you love Doctor Who? So does Christopher Mau, owner of the Blue Box Cafe in Elgin. This coffee and sandwich shop opened its doors officially on March 1st. It's the perfect place for suburban Whovians, or just people who dig sandwiches. Yum yum~ I visited the Blue Box Cafe at the end of March.Round walls to oval officeCHRIS GARDNER When Frazer Hines signed up to appear in the fourth series Doctor Who story The Highlanders in 1966 he didn't expect a Tardis ride that would last to this day. Jamie McCrimmon, played by Hines, met Patrick Troughton's second Doctor in the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden in 1746 and ended up joining the Tardis crew.Suranne Jones on Bringing Idris BackSuranne Jones, better known to Whovians as Idris in fan favourite episode The Doctor's Wife, has said she would be interested in reprising the role. Speaking to Toby Hadoke on his Big Finish podcast [ via], she said: "Wouldn't it be nice if Peter Capaldi walked into one of his rooms in the TARDIS and found Idris' body there, plugged her in and had a little adventure with her?"What The Church Can Learn From Doctor Who and WhoviansI want to point out that when I am talking about mainline churches, I am of course talking in general terms. I cannot speak for every single mainline church, there are probably plenty that are growing and thriving, so needless to say this is based on my experiences and personal context.Sci-Fi Contest Roundup: Doctor WhoWhat's a Sci-Fi contest without entries from the longest running sci-fi TV show, Doctor Who? Ah yes, the iconic Sonic Screwdriver, able to get the Doctor out of almost any jam - with style. Started this project over a year ago, [Daniel] figured a Sci-Fi contest was a good enough excuse to get around to finishing it.5 Women Who Need To Write For Doctor WhoSince its revival nine years ago, Doctor Who has accumulated a great many things in high numbers. Ratings figures, action figure sales, it has even dominated a host of award ceremonies. Eight seasons (with several specials in between) and counting however, the unfamiliar name of Helen Raynor still stands alone as the show's one and only female writer.Doctor Who writer meets Chichester studentsSTUDENTS enjoyed a visit from a Doctor Who scriptwriter. Writer and playwright Robert Shearman visited the University of Chichester earlier this month to share his experiences. The talk was led by Prof Alison MacLeod and Dr Adam Locks.WhoTubeDoes age matter to The Doctor? - Regenerations Panel - Doctor Who 50th CelebrationdoctorwhoJelly Baby -Take me to Your Leader - Doctor Who - The Face of Evil - BBCdoctorwhoDay of the Daleks - Dr Who Tribute Song by Jupiter JoyguymilnesTARDIS TRAVEL MUG!thehistorynerdsDoctor Who Legacy - V2.0 and Season 5!theadiposetvExpelliarmus! William Shakespeare Vs The Carrionites - Doctor Who - The Shakespeare Code - BBCdoctorwhoDoctor Who: Legacy - Topping the Toclafane - Season 5theadiposetvThe Student's Dalek Aka Robot Book Seller (1964)britishpatheDoctor Who: "The Madman With a Box" - Ultimate New Who Trailer [HD]samman23456Billie Piper Q&A Awesome Con DC 2014dLTvZIRO584fjUZr8Sh1QwThe Great Winter Stock AppealbarnardosukA-Bit of Doctor WhojammyjohTeasercyberrobWhovian Art, Craft and Whomour'..The Flood..'gazzatrekPutter Putter PutterLibrarian-bot10th Doctor ~ MinimalistSoneksLeafSunbathingLeda74The DoctorcecilepellerinfranceThe SinkSleeNdesignsTime Vortex PerspectiveOkuriKudaThe Eleventh DoctorKarimTDr Who DesertBenokilDoctor WhoovesBad Timberwolf Limited Color DesignChrisWithATaTwelve Likes PoniesJameytheHedgehogWhovian MerchandiseThe Voord are back! New #DoctorWho range launches in September and here's the cover! Finish2015 Doctor Who Diary To Offer Fans A New Look At The Doctor's History | Comicbook.comFans will have an opportunity to delve in the Doctor's history with the 2014 Doctor Who Diary from Mallon Publishers, available exclusively through Previews. The Diary goes through the timeline of the various characters who have been the Doctor, showing how they step into their new roles traveling through time to come to the aid [...]Doctor Who Tokyo TARDIS Tote BagThis Doctor Who Tokyo TARDIS Tote Bag is stylish and practical. Have you ever seen a bag that looks this good? I don't think so. Now you can take the TARDIS with you when you go shopping. This Doctor Who Tokyo TARDIS Tote Bag features a cool Japanese city artwork and the phrase: TARDIS Industries-Moving you forward when you go back.Doctor Who Soundtrack - DOCTOR WHO: THE TARDIS EDITION - TM StoresThis unprecedented collection of seminal music from the BBC TV series, Doctor Who, is being produced as a one-off limited release. DOCTOR WHO: THE TARDIS EDITION is a boxed set of eleven CDs collecting Original Soundtrack music from 50 years of Doctor Who and housing them in a specially constructed TARDIS.Doctor Who Soundtrack - DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVEN DISC EDITION - TM StoresIn addition to DOCTOR WHO: THE TARDIS EDITION, Silva Screen are pleased to announce DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVEN DISC EDITION. This has all the musical content of THE TARDIS EDITION, but the eleven CDs are packaged in a standard clamshell format and not in the TARDIS model, with a reduced booklet and packaging.Doctor Who News: DWA offers free digital taster of magazineA free taster of the fortnightly magazine Doctor Who Adventures has been made available online. The sample comprises 11 pages including highlights from the latest edition - issue 344, which is out today - followed by an invitation to try the current and next editions of the magazine free.NewsHere's a first look at the cover for upcoming Doctor Who main range release Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories, starring Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant. The cover and details can now be found on the product page for July release Doctor Who: Breaking Bubbles and Other Stories .NewsWe're delighted to show off the first cover for the brand new Doctor Who: The Early Adventures range, starting in September. Check out Domain of the Voord. Doctor Who - The Early Adventures: Domain of the Voord is the first release in a new line which will be taking a more full-cast approach to adventures featuring the First and Second Doctors.Whovian ReviewsDOCTOR WHO Laser Screwdriver (International Re-Release) Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07Doctor Who News - Reviews: Horror Channel 'Who on Horror' Press Launch with Tom BakerOn Monday April 14th, the day was uncertain for one of the main attractions. Tom Baker was to appear at The Ivy in Leicester Square, but days before, an illness seemed ready to put a stop to his attendance, having already cancelled a signing the Saturday before.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #879: Dead of Night"Stay where you are, or stand up tall and stride across the skin of the world." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Jul.22 2011. IN THIS ONE... The Oswald cult springs up. Rex and Jack have sex (with other people). Vera gets Gwen into the PhiCorp building because they've been stockpiling drugs.Do you want to live forever? The Lazarus Experiment In PerspectiveThe Lazarus Experiment, I feel, is an unnoticed gem. In fact, I would go so far to say that it is one of the best Doctor Who episodes of all time. Why then, is it swept aside by so many fans?My Geeky Geeky Ways: Doctor Who: Players - A Book Review1915. Major Winston Churchill is attacked by renegades in No Man's Land. After the death of his driver and bodyguard, The Major thinks he's found salvation twice - once when he is rescued by a funny little man named Dr. John Smith and once again when they find a nearby chateau at which to take refuge.Doctor Who News - Reviews: White Ghosts (Big Finish)An atmospheric, knowing tale that ultimately delivers a number of smart twists, this adventure opens by building neatly on the concluding events of 'The King of Sontar'. Dwelling on the emotional fall-out of Leela's earlier decision and the Doctor's displeasure, we witness Leela's ongoing development as she reads a series of fairytales in order to escape from the Doctor's apparently scolding silence.Classic Doctor Who Season 17I'm watching all the classic Doctor Who episodes. I began with the first season, from 1963. I'm not up to Season 17, which aired in late 1979 into 1980. The season is a milestone of sorts. With this season, Tom Baker began his sixth season as The Doctor, exceeding the number of seasons Jon Pertwee played the character.Philip Sandifer: Writer: The Pleasure of Smelling a Flower (Vincent and the Doctor)It's June 5, 2010. Dizzee Rascal is at number one with "Dirtee Disco," with Iyaz, Eminem, N-Dubz, and Aggro also charting. In news, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is finally capped, which reduces the spill without actually stopping it. And twelve people die in a killing spree in Cubria.Doctor Who: Is Tom Baker Finally Done With Doctor Who?This month I finally got a chance to tap into the return of Tom Baker to the role of the Fourth Doctor in his Big Finish audio drama "The Evil One". The radio plays have offered pre-2005 Doctors a chance to continue their adventures, sometimes even in ways that are better than they had on-screen.Doctor Who (Classic): "The Moonbase""The Moonbase" (Season 4, episodes 23-26. Originally broadcast Feb. 11-March 4, 1967.)Whatever flaws it may have, and it's far from perfect, "The Moonbase" has more than enough going for it to earn a place as one of the must-see serials of the Second Doctor era.Doux Reviews: Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll (The Key to Time Part Five)"I tried to persuade Ranquin that only Rohm-Dutt deserved to be punished by the seventh ritual, that you others should die by the first. That's very easy, they just throw you down the pit and drop rocks on you."Midnight in PerspectiveGuest contributor Samuel Brown takes another look at the 2008 episode by Russell T Davies.The Blog of Delights: Audio: Doctor Who - The Haunting of Thomas BrewsterPhilip Sandifer: Writer: People and Cars and Concrete (The Lodger)It's June 12, 2010. David Guetta is at number one with "Gettin' Over You," with Eminem, Alicia Keys, and a duet between Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber also charting. Chris Brown postpones a UK leg of his tour because he can't get a visa due to the fact that he's a domestic abuser.Life on MagrsNew Earth / Tooth and Claw Can the best Doctor Who stories be summed up in a question? Can you guess the thing and the other thing mentioned during the episode that will need to be united at the end in order to defeat the monsters? Best moment for Old School Who?Hello TweetieTARDIS PREORDER NOW LIVE! Screen RecordsOne of the best #DoctorWho episode titles ever? The Screaming Jungle aired 50 years ago today! See a clip from it @ Who OfficialTwo new guests announced for Myth Makers. Legendary Producer Philip Hinchcliffe and musical marvel Dominic Glynn. ONLINEOur special #DoctorWho Walking tours return this weekend! Who’s coming? Day of the Doctor was featured as a BAFTA nominee on The One Show… You can see the item at Starts 11.5 mins in!Doctor Who OfficialA whole generation of Dr Who fans don't know the unique pleasure of the Genesis of the Daleks LP played at 45rpm. And they call it progress.Gary GillattWe love the choice of #DoctorWho pic our World Service colleagues used to illustrate a show called Anxiety… See it @ Who OfficialThe latest issues of DWM – and Special Editions – are available to download for your iPad! Check them out now... Who MagazineThe brilliant The Night of the Doctor is no longer available on BBC iPlayer but you can still watch it in full at Who OfficialOuterspace FacebookAn illustration for the short story "Beautiful ...FacebookThe cover of Doctor Who: The Companions, writtenFacebookDoctor Who Cos PlayTARDIS CosplayKarasCosplayWhovian EventsPaul McGann and Sylvester McCoy to speak at Cambridge University UnionFormer Doctor Who stars are to open and close this year's season of celebrity speakers at the Cambridge Union, the university's historic debating society. Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy will kick off the series of talks on 7pm on 4 May while his successor, Eighth Doctor Paul McGann, will bring the series to a close at 3pm on 19 June.50 Years of Doctor Who comics to be celebrated at Lakes Festival in OctoberGrab your sonic screwdriver and set the time-space co-ordinates on your TARDIS for Kendal, 17th October 2014! The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has just announced a number of events to celebrate 50 years of in comics, the world's longest-running science fiction TV-inspired tie-in strip.Doctor Who star to visit Beccles for an evening of chat about her careerLouise Jameson By Louisa Lay Saturday, April 19, 2014 6:30 AM The Waveney Centre in Beccles is looking forward to welcoming award-winning actress Louise Jameson on May 2, for an evening of chat and conversation about her life and career.Winchester welcomes Doctor Who crew at charity eventWinchester welcomes Doctor Who crew at charity event 10:00am Sunday 20th April 2014 in News By Lauren Howard, Reporter The sixth incarnation of the Doctor, Colin Baker, joined with former technicians and other crew members at an event.Matt Smith and Karen Gillan To Attend Wizard World MinneapolisMatt Smith, who recently completed an acclaimed four-year run as the 11th incarnation of the Doctor in the landmark British television series "Doctor Who," and Karen Gillan, who portrayed "Amy Pond," will appear at the inaugural Wizard World Minneapolis Comic Con.Outside the TARDISUnlock Art: Exploring the SurrealtateTom Burke reveals what will happen to Peter Capaldi's Cardinal Richelieu in The Musketeers series twoWhen Peter Capaldi was named as the new Doctor, it meant he had to abandon all his other acting commitments, which left the BBC's Musketeers without a villain.Sherlock: Matt Smith says he won't be making the move from Doctor Who to Sherlock alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin FreemanFans hoping for a Sherlock/ Doctor Who crossover in the near future have seen their hopes dealt a new blow after Matt Smith announced he has no immediate intention of appearing in Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss's detective drama opposite Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. "Listen, there's no room for me on Sherlock!"Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi and Arsene Wenger wearing the same outfitHe's known in footballing circles as The Professor, but maybe we should start calling Arsene Wenger The Doctor instead... Exactly Who is inspiring Who is not completely clear but the sartorial similarity between the Arsenal boss and Peter Capaldi's new Time Lord is uncanny.Will The Thick of It ever come back?The Thick of It will not be coming back, co-writer Simon Blackwell has confirmed. Blackwell told that the production team will not bring back the political satire, which ended on BBC2 in October 2012 with Peter Capaldi's central character, sweary spin-doctor Malcolm Tucker, facing jail.Movie director Bill Forsyth looks back on giving Peter Capaldi his big break and the remastering of Gregory's GirlFORSYTH reckons Capaldi, who he first spotted in a band on stage in Glasgow, will make a wonderful Doctor and admits he doesn't have a clue about the latest film technology despite his 1981 film Gregory's Girl preparing to go on Blu-ray fo the first time.Whovians in Second LifeSecond 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.Paradox IslandFor all the latest Doctor Who news, Whoogle is now represented at ParadoxIsland The Dark Tower has a condolance table for Kate O'Mara, a place to post yourmessages and memories to the great Timelady. These reporters get everywhereParadox IslandNeed a companion for those time travelling adventures? the Dark Tower now has a 'Friends Zone', click the 'Wait for a Companion' board to add your name (or remove it, when you have finished) and see who else is waiting to role-play, also for those lonely hearts, there's a blind date system nearby to help you find a soul mate in Second Life.Podcast and Audio Round-upWarning some podcast may not be suitable for children.Welcome to the DWPA - The Doctor Who Podcast AllianceThe directory and loose grouping of every Doctor Who Podcast in the world (hopefully!)Charlotte Pollard Podcast Out Now! - News - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Doctor Who: Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 58 (April #08) - Podcasts - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Whovian Spoilers, Set Reports and SpeculationsBeware of spoilers and rumours ahead that may ruin your enjoyment of the new series.21 Doctor Who pictures: Peter Capaldi and the cast filming in Caerphilly Castle on a sunny Good FridayPeter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Tom Riley spent a sunny Good Friday filming the latest series of Doctor Who at Caerphilly Castle Check out the latest images of Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Tom Riley filming Doctor Who in South Wales. They spent Good Friday at Caerphilly Castle filming in the sunny weather.Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi gives Caerphilly Castle visitors a Good FridayPublished in News. Last updated on Thursday April 24th, 2014 at 13:00 By Visitors to Caerphilly Castle on Good Friday were given a Doctor Who experience as Peter Capaldi met fans while filming a medieval scene. Fans watched on as the Doctor encountered scenes at a medieval castle while filming for the latest series of the BBC drama.Watch action and explosions from the Doctor Who set at Caerphilly CastleVisitors to Caerphilly Castle on Good Friday were treated to a sneak peek at Series 8 of Doctor Who. And we just happen to have a video of some of the action Visitors to Caerphilly Castle this Good Friday were able to witness explosions on the set of Doctor Who.New Writer for Series 8?The writer of BBC's adaptation of Jonathan Strange looks to be working on script.Twitter / bopsta: #dwsr leaked photo of new doctor ...leaked photo of new doctor who? #doctorwho #spoilers ?

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Multiple Hugo Award Nominations for the Doctor!

BBC - Doctor Who - Sat, 04/19/2014 - 3:23pm

The Name of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor and The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot have all been nominated for this year’s Hugo Awards.

All three have been nominated in the ‘Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form’ category and the winners will be announced on 17 August at the 2014 Hugo Awards ceremony. The Name of the Doctor was written by Steven Moffat and directed by Saul Metzstein and The Day of the Doctor, also penned by Steven Moffat, was directed by Nick Hurran. The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot was written and directed by Peter Davison and featured a number of well-known faces from the world of Doctor Who including Steven Moffat, several former Doctors and Jenna Coleman.

Commenting on the nominations, Doctor Who’s head writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat, said, ‘For Doctor Who to receive four Hugo nominations in its anniversary year is completely thrilling. We are all over the moon. I’m particularly pleased about The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot as that was my acting debut. I remain available for any parts requiring a black jumper and slightly unrealistic hair.’

We’re also delighted that An Adventure in Space and Time – the one-off drama written by Mark Gatiss that examined the origins of Doctor Who - also received a nomination in the ‘Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form’ category. And ‘The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who’, written by Paul Cornell and illustrated by Jimmy Broxton, was nominated in the Best Graphic Story field.

The prestigious Hugo Awards, presented annually since 1955, are named after Hugo Gernsback, founder of the influential science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories. Best of luck to all this year’s nominees!

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Whoogle Roundup for Friday, 18 April 2014

TARDIS Newsroom - Fri, 04/18/2014 - 10:50am

Another round-up of all the best in the Whoniverse, including videos, reviews, artwork and everything a Doctor Who fan could want....

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Storified by David Lewis· Fri, Apr 18 2014 08:48:38

Today's Featured PicturePictographic GallifreyanPurpleAmharicCoffeeWhovian NewsExclusive video: Four Doctors discuss 50 years of Doctor WhoBy Christopher Allen on | Permalink Tags: Fourth Doctor, Fifth Doctor, Sixth Doctor, Seventh Doctor, 50th, Celebration, Featured Between them Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy represent almost half of Doctor Who's 50 years.Matt Smith reveals his favorite Doctor Who seasonFormer Doctor Who Time Lord Matt Smith has revealed which, of all the seasons he was in, was his very favorite. Want to take a guess? Speaking at the Wizard World Con panel, Smith revealed that: "For me the best storytelling was in Series 5.Tom Baker interview: Doctor Who, fans, Harrison FordTom Baker chats to us about Doctor Who, Day Of The Doctor, fans, Harrison Ford and writing...Doctor Who veteran Tom Baker: 'BBC bosses were worse than Daleks'The actor, 80, admits he didn't see eye-to-eye with the Beeb's management during his time playing the fourth Time Lord from 1974 to 1981 Doctor Who veteran Tom Baker yesterday branded BBC chiefs a bunch of "monsters" who are no better than the Daleks.Doctor Who's Tom Baker: I'd appear in the show againJust two years after departing Doctor Who in 1981, Fourth Doctor Tom Baker turned down the chance to make a brief comeback in 30th anniversary adventure The Five Doctors (the BBC inserted unused footage of him instead).Sylvester Mccoy | Sylvester Mccoy Donates Doctor Who Goods To Charity Auction | Contactmusic.comBritish actor Sylvester Mccoy is auctioning off memorabilia from Doctor Who and The Hobbit to raise funds to help vulnerable families in winter. The screen veteran, who played the seventh incarnation of the Time Lord in the 1980s, is backing Barnardo's Great Winter Stock Appeal, a drive which urges Brits to clear out their winter closets and donate warm clothes.Doctor Who News: Horror Channel 'Who on Horror' Full Spring Schedule11am - An Unearthly Child (Four Parts, Repeat) From the misty November nights of London 1963 to the arid caves of Earth 100,000 BC, this is our very first encounter with the mysterious time traveller (William Hartnell ), who kidnaps teachers Ian (William Russell ) and Barbara (Jacqueline Hill ), and, along with his granddaughter Susan (Carole Ann Ford ), travels back in the distant past to confront caveman as they discover the power of fire.Fantastic Classic Doctor's Outfits On Display at Horror Channel...All The Doctors - Doctor Who - The Day of the Doctor - (c) BBC 2013 The individual outfits for all of the classic Doctors were on display at the Horror Channel's special launch event of #whoonhorror on April 14 and we were let in on a few secrets.Major Doctor Who: Legacy update sees 'The Rise of the Master'By Christopher Allen on | Permalink Tags: Doctor Who Legacy, Games, The Master, Featured " Doctor Who: Legacy is available for free on Amazon Appstore*, Google Play* and iTunes*. The gem-matching, puzzle game Doctor Who: Legacy announces over 20 hours of new gameplay in its first major update: The Rise of the Master.Missing Dr Who episodes 'will be found' says former script writer | Islington TribunePublished: 17 April, 2014 by ANDREW JOHNSO N All 97 lost episodes of the BBC's classic science fiction series Dr Who will be found a former script editor of the series said on Wednesday.Whovian ExtrasHappy Birthday, David Tennant!The Tenth Doctor is 43 today.Make a monster egg for Easter with Doctor Who Adventures!Permalink Tags: Doctor Who Adventures, Featured Doctor Who Adventures magazine shows readers how to make the perfect monster egg for Easter. You'll be able to scare your mates with a rotten Zygon egg or a cracking Weeping Angel. Or perhaps you'd prefer to make a Dal-egg to egg-sterminate your enemies?Doctor Who: The Ultimate QuizWe're travelling back over 50 years of Doctor Who with this quiz to test your knowledge of Time Lord trivia. Both Classic and NuWho comes under scrutiny, so be prepared to mine a half century of history from the Tardis databanks.In Print Comic: THE INFINITES - Strip 26This is exactly how 'The Name of the Doctor' ended in my head. The Great Intelligence emerged as the man who become known as the Shalka Doctor dragging the War Doctor out with him. Of course the now that the Doctor regenerated instead of dying on Trenzalore means that his grave never really existed at all.The Time-lapse of AngelsChildren won't settle? Do what I did two nights ago: download these five Weeping Angel shots from Photobucket, courtesy of Cerebral-Delirium, and set them as desktop wallpaper, timed to change every ten seconds. Then wait for the boys to go into the study. ---The Life and Times of Peter Capaldi (So far)Guest Contributor Connor Johnston takes a look at the life of the stranger we will soon get to know very well.Doctor Who: 10 Alien Worlds That Need To Be RevisitedOver the past few years, one of the most common criticisms of modern Doctor Who has been its tendency to set stories on Earth, specifically in present day Britain. For the most part, the show finds a way to strike a healthy balance between past, present, and future, on Earth and otherwise.Dr Who: films of Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoyAlex's trek through the film roles of actors who've played the Doctor reaches Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy...Doctor Who Legacy update adds new modes, Doctors and Series 5 stagesDoctor Who Legacy has received a significant content update today (April 17). Dubbed version 20, it adds stages from episodes throughout Series 5, and new characters including the first Doctor (William Hartnell), second (Patrick Troughton), ninth (Christopher Eccleston), the War Doctor (John Hurt) and their allies. Two new features have also been added.WhoTubePeter Davison on his Regeneration - Regenerations Panel - Doctor Who 50th CelebrationdoctorwhoThe Radiophonic Workshop - Doctor Who (live) at University of Chichester 11/4/14aYi1e0BKPQ8v5YDuDLf6bADoctor Who: Starts 18th April - 45"horrorukThe One Show - John HurtblogtorDerrick Sherwin InterviewdwasonlineDoctor Who's Arthur "Rory" Darvill Draws for Lindalee on Fan Art Ep.12beyondthemarqueeshowSurrounded by the Cybermen - Doctor Who - Rise of the Cybermen - BBCdoctorwho"The Doctor" (Doctor Who Supercut)fiveplustwoThe TARDIS nurses the Doctor - Doctor Who - Castrovalva - BBCdoctorwhoBabelcolour Tribute - Flash Bang Wallop!babelcolourA Shakespearean villain - Doctor Who - The Shakespeare Code - BBCdoctorwhoDoctor Who: Legacy Livestream - Completing Season 6!theadiposetvMy Fellow SontarantimeywimeypuppetshowBBC iPlayerDoctor Who: Cobwebs: Episode 4With the base facing destruction, the Time Lord and his companions battle to secure the anti-virus. Fifth Doctor adventure stars Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton. With the base facing destruction, the Time Lord and his companions battle to secure the anti-virus. Fifth Doctor adventure stars Peter Davison and Sarah Sutton.Whovian Art, Craft and WhomourThe Doctor - Quick SketchdctuckFive Patrexes TARDIS Console GallifreyanPurpleAmharicCoffeeTentative First StepsTrainScribblerArt Nouveau Styled TARDISruebella-bDoctor Who Rose KissGrievereDoctor WhoovesContest Entry: Kachi-WhoKlingelChelleClassic Doctor WhoovesPonies are what I draw when I am dead from my figure drawing class. Add that to my love of classic doctor who and this is what you get. These designs fo...Whovian MerchandiseCover to upcoming #DoctorWho release Mask of Tragedy, starring Sylvester McCoy, @sophie_aldred and @officialolivier. FinishDoctor Who News: Subscriptions open for new Doctor Who ComicsPrint subscriptions are now open for the two new Doctor Who comic series Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor, which will be published on July 23, 2014. Please note that although these titles are available in print and digital in the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, due to rights issues, only digital copies will be available in the UK and Eire.Doctor Who: Revenge of the Swarm Cover Revealed - News - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Book News: Wonderful Books to Release THE CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO DVD COMPENDIUMWritten by J. R. Southall Friday, 18 April 2014 If you're one of those DOCTOR WHO fans who likes to have everything ordered and complete (and let's face it, doesn't that pretty much describe all of us?), then WONDERFUL BOOKS have got just the volume for you: a comprehensive guide to the classic series on DVD, including just about everything you might need to know (and much else you'll never need to know) about your collection.Whovian ReviewsDOCTOR WHO 11th Doctors Sonic Screwdriver Kit Review | Votesaxon07votesaxon07DOCTOR WHO: The Green Death (Special Edition) - DVD UNBOXING / OPENING & REVIEW!rickadamsPurpleBlancmangeA few years ago when Day of the Moon aired, there were two items from that show that took my fancy in terms of, 'Yeah, I want one of those.' The first was the large scale model of the Lunar Lander that Rory inadvertently broke and the second was the implant device that the Doctor...Unpopular Opinion: Asylum of the DaleksGuest contributor Daniel Massey gives an alternate viewpoint on the Series 7 opener.Doctor Who: How The Ninth Doctor Became Smaller on the InsideI was rewatching "The Day of The Doctor" the other day and I've come to a very sad conclusion about it. Though I adore what John Hurt did with The War Doctor, the fact is that his very existence has firmly placed the Ninth Doctor in the unenviable position of the smallest Doctor of them all.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #872: The Curse of the Black Spot"Worried because I'm wearing a hat now? Nobody touch anything sharp!" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 7 2011. IN THIS ONE... An alien siren is taking pirates off their 17th-century ship and putting them in her space hospital. REVIEW: Pirates?The Radiophonic Workshop, Chichester University, reviewEarly in their set the Radiophonic Workshop, standing at an array of equipment ranging from an Apple MacBook Pro to a vintage Tascam 32 reel-to-reel tape recorder, attacked a piece called Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO. With a title and sound, all spacey bleeps and backwards loops, that could be contemporary, it actually hails from 1967 and a long forgotten TV science fiction series, Out of the Unknown.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #873: The Doctor's Wife"Are all people like this?" ""Like what?" "So much bigger on the inside." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 14 2011. IN THIS ONE... Neil Gaiman writes Doctor Who. The TARDIS is personified as a Tim Burton character.Tea with MorbiusPhil Sandifer will never know just how much joy each new volume of his TARDIS Eruditorum brings me, even if I have already read most of the essays on his blog. I often disagree with him, but he never fails to bring fresh insights into the show.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #874: The Rebel Flesh"You poured in your personalities, emotions, traits, memories, secrets, everything. You gave them your lives. Human lives are amazing. Are you surprised they walked off with them?" TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 21 2011. IN THIS ONE... A solar storm above a Medieval monastery causes "Gangers", body doubles made of "Flesh", to walk off and revolt.Philip Sandifer: Writer: There's No Point in Growing Up (Amy's Choice)It's May 15, 2010. Roll Deep are at number one with "Good Times," a song that sounds from the title very much like it is about sober and responsible behavior. Plan B, Aggro Santos, and Professor Green also chart. I'm going to go ahead and admit I've not heard of any of these.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #875: The Almost People"You're twice the man I thought you were." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired May 28 2011. IN THIS ONE... The Doctor's a Ganger and Amy's a Ganger and everyone's a Ganger!Philip Sandifer: Writer: Intelligent Alien Beings (The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood)It's May 22, 2010. Roll Deep remain at number one with "Good Times," which is unseated after a week by Bob and Bruno Mars with "Nothin' On You." with Jason Derulo, Usher, Fyfe Dangerfield, Leeds United Team & Supporters, and the cast of Glee also charting. In news, the so-called Borisbus design is debuted.Siskoid's Blog of Geekery: Doctor Who #876: A Good Man Goes to War"A very old saying. The oldest. Demons run when a good man goes to war." TECHNICAL SPECS: First aired Jun.4 2011. IN THIS ONE... Rory rescues Amy, but the eyepatch lady still manages to kidnap their baby. River's real identity is revealed. First appearance of Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax.The Blog of Delights: Audio: Doctor Who: The Lost Stories - AnimalTARDIS MusingsIn which the Doctor decides to do a spot of fishing - and leaves Romana to collect the fourth segment of the Key to Time. They have arrived on the apparently tranquil planet of Tara. Romana dons an appropriate costume from the TARDIS stores, and locates the segment quickly - part of a statue.Asylum of the Daleks: A Popular Opinion?Guest contributor Greg House offers a counter to the recent Unpopular Opinion.Hello TweetieHappy birthday to Camille Coduri and David Tennant, aka Jackie Tyler and the Tenth Doctor! Who OfficialThe legend that is Fourth Doctor Tom Baker (and a metallic chum) helping to launch #WhoOnHorror Doctor WhoWe’re sad to report the death of Edna Dore. Famous for her EastEnders role, Edna played Maeve in Fear Her. BBC News: Who OfficialFantastic cosplay seen at the #DoctorWho Experience #MonsterFamilyDayOut! Great work George, Caitlen and Regan! iPlayer users can catch a Newshour feature on the music of early #DoctorWho @ at approx 21 mins into the show!Doctor Who OfficialWe’ve had Monster Makeovers today at our #MonsterFamilyDayOut. Check out this scary creation! #doctorwho’t forget, you can still enjoy Peter Davison’s fantastic one-off special, The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot at Who OfficialEggs-terminate! Fantastic Dalek creations here at the #MonsterFamilyDayOut today #doctorwho here are some of our Dalek creators in action! #MonsterFamilyDayOut #doctorwho ! Look what postie delivered ! I have my prototype to @Barry_H_Crocker xx OfficialIt looks so different on TV GillanAnd here’s a poster for Victory of the Daleks… Who OfficialOuterspace FacebookPhotos from Fancy Pants Artistry's post - Fancy Pants Artistry | FacebookFacebookA panel I'm working on from a 4 frame page ...FacebookTimeline Photos - Relentlessly Cheerful Art By James Hance | FacebookLatest Painting In Progress - "Healer" (Oil on gessoed art board) xThe Daily Dalek - Timeline Photos | FacebookFacebookTimeline Photos - Big Chief Studios Limited | FacebookA citizen of the Universe. And a gentleman to boot.Behold the Ultimate Daleko Blisko==> ...FacebookTimeline Photos - Steampunk Tendencies | Facebook(y) Steampunk Tendencies | Steampunk Dr Who necklace by Lunar Clockwork Instructions, by: ...Facebook18 April: Remembering David Whitaker (1928-1980)FacebookDoctor Who Cos PlayPhotos of Doctor Who Cosplayers - Marian Brown Hood | FacebookFacebookDoctor WhoYuffieCrescentWhovian EventsDoctor Who News: Stepson gig plus DVD double bill with Moths announcedThe actor, writer and comedian Toby Hadoke is to give the last performance of My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver for the foreseeable future next month, he has announced. The show, which is as highly acclaimed as its antecedent Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf , will be staged on Monday 19th May at 7.30pm at Bollington Arts Centre , Wellington Road, Bollington, Cheshire, as part of the Bollington Festival .Who's Changing? - With Doctor Who PanelNot a new album from the 60s rock band, but a documentary about another 60s phenomenon, Doctor Who. The fact that both have survived into the 21st century (deaths and rege-ge-generation aside) is a miracle in itself, and something only someone able to traverse time and space could have foreseen.Outside the TARDISFormer Doctor Who travels in time for charityColin Baker and TV crew help raise money for Starlight 11:40am Thursday 17th April 2014 in News By Lauren Howard, Reporter Dr Who Number Six, actor Colin Baker, with young fans Reece, Ethan and Tommy HAMPSHIRE welcomed famous faces who had travelled in time all the way from the 1980s in the form of former cast and crew members of Doctor Who.Doctor Who's Noel Clarke & The Vampire Diaries' Ian Somerhalder Star In The Trailer For The AnomalyMickey!!!! (Sorry, had to.) Noel Clarke and Ian Somerhalder star in this sci-fi film which is almost certainly not about Neo from The Matrix. The description on the video says, A former soldier is taken captive and awakens in the back of a van to learn he only has a few moments to figure out how he got there.Benedict Cumberbatch: I'm not in Star Wars 7 - and I'll never do Doctor WhoFanboys and girls hoping for a Sherlock/Doctor Who TV mash-up are out of luck, it seems, following Benedict Cumberbatch's pronouncement that he will never star in the long-running BBC sci-fi series. Cumberfans have long hoped the Sherlock star would turn up in Doctor Who, with many suggesting he should one day play the Doctor himself and others tipping him to play his Time Lord adversary the Master.Star Wars 7: Karen Gillan's hair cut off and donated to the props departmentWith no official announcements having yet been made, Star Wars: Episode VII casting rumours are rife (most recently we've been told that an unknown British actress may have landed a major role, while the hotly tipped Benedict Cumberbatch has ruled himself out after all).Podcast and Audio Round-upWarning some podcast may not be suitable for children.Doctor Who - The Flashing Blade - Brian's Got TalentaqaW5R7Dwn9kcnrLFXCYQgDoctor Who - The Flashing Blade VidiProg 1-15aqaW5R7Dwn9kcnrLFXCYQgWelcome to the DWPA - The Doctor Who Podcast AllianceThe directory and loose grouping of every Doctor Who Podcast in the world (hopefully!)Doctor Who: Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 57 (April #06) - Podcasts - Big FinishNew adventures for the heroes of your favourite shows in full cast audio dramas, producing Doctor Who, 2000 AD characters Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Dark Shadows, Sapphire & Steel, Luther Arkwright, Stargate and now the Phantom of the Opera.Whovian Spoilers, Set Reports and SpeculationsBeware of spoilers and rumours ahead that may ruin your enjoyment of the new series.Spoilers sweetieThis is the place for those Doctor Who spoilers and speculationsDoctor Who 8.3 'Robots of Sherwood' filming - Robin Hood and the Golden ArrowtimeboyyPETER AND JENNA #DWSR #teamtardis there's a new member in the #whocrew my little sis @ellisgeorgetheblackpaddySeries 8 Filming: A Merry DaySpoilerphobes read at your own risk.Doctor Who: Why actor Steve John Shepherd should be the new MasterBen Miller may be the sci-fi hit's latest villain, but only one man can play the Doctor's nemisis, The Master. And he just happens to be a former Moon, says Nathan Bevan "Sorry mate," read the email from a colleague and fellow Doctor Who fan.Where Doctor Who series 8 filming is taking place and guide to other locations across WalesSeries 8 of Doctor Who is now filming in Wales, but do you know where? Kathryn Williams and David Prince do. So if you're a massive Whovian and want to explore that (not so) secret location this Easter, here's all you need to know Our favourite sci-fi fantasy show Doctor Who is currently blazing a trail across South Wales as filming for series eight gets underway.18 new Doctor Who pictures! Plus a short video of the Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Tom Riley filmingWe were down on the Doctor Set today and can bring you 18 photographs of the team in action and a short video of the filming in Fforest Fawr If you go into the woods today, well more specifically Fforest Fawr, you would have been in for a surprise ...Doctor Who pictures: Peter Capaldi and the cast filming at Caerphilly CastleThe 13th century castle is the perfect setting for an episode that is thought to be set in medieval times The pictures don't give too much away, but the Doctor Who filming within the grounds of Caerphilly Castle are in keeping with the latest episode of the new series.

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301 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Thu, 04/10/2014 - 1:50pm

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 301
Running time: 2:05:17

In memory of Kate O'Mara we review the Doctor Who story, 'The Mark of the Rani' starring Colin Baker as the Doctor, plus news, your feedback, and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper and Ian Bisset.

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300 - Doctor Who: Podshock

Doctor Who: Podshock - Tue, 04/01/2014 - 5:28am

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 300
Running time: 1:14:21

We reflect back at powerful women in Doctor Who with the passing of Kate O'Mara, interviews with Mary Tamm and Janet Fielding, plus news, your feedback and more. Hosted by Louis Trapani. Interviews courtesy of Chuck Rabb.

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