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io9 are reporting that Series 7 will be delayed until 2013. The story suggests that 2012 may be another year of specials. This would mean Series 7 will coincide with the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. More here:
I really hope this is just a rumor. A split series this year, a delay for the next one... WE NEED OUR WHO!
An exclusive, never-before-seen interview with Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and Arthur Darvill, plus Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat, about Amy Pond's surprising ties to the evil of the Universe.
Finally after a long wait the winner of the Blue Peter competition to design a TARDIS console gets her prize.
Items are again up for auction, the picture above is the one I want but have no money for. It's the Rehearsal script for Episode seven from the War Games. It's not the only very interesting piece either, a Original Tardis Model, THe Mona Lisa from "City of Death" and even The Seventh Doctors Tardis Key.
The links follow after the break.
Many of you people have been asking what the the difference between the regular (UK version) and the other versions of the opening for this season were. Well let me explain.
The show starts out with the teaser as usual. The teaser is the part of the story that airs before the title credits to get people interested in the episode.
Next comes the difference. I call it the Amy intro. and here is a link to it:
...then it goes straight into the titles - you can tell where by where the theme music cuts in on the clip.
...and then the story goes on until the commercial break - or at least that's how it is done on BBC America.
Torchwood: Miracle Day premieres on Starz this July 8th at 10pm e/p. Here is a special 5 minute special look video from Starz.
In August of this year Big Finish will have released it's 150th title in it's monthly line of Doctor Who audio dramas.This doesn't include the other series like the Benny stories or Eighth Doctor Adventures, Doctor Who Unbound, specials, etc...
This got me to thinking about my favorites.
These are some of my favorites (in no certain order):
Spare Parts - we see the return of original cybermen and Nyssa trying to stop their creation.
LIVE 34 - a unique play that presents a story in an unusual format, the adventures of the 7th Doctor, Ace and Hex brought through news broadcast.
The Chimes of Midnight - A murder-mystery where every time the clock chimes midnight, somebody dies.
The Juggernauts - The return of the Mechanoids.
Colditz - The introduction of Klien and the 7th Doctor and Ace imprisoned in Colditz prison.
Omega, Davros, Master - three stories that examine other aspects from these three characters.
Sam Hodges the Head of Communications confirmed that Series 7 of Doctor Who has been comissioned, with Matt Smith returning as the Doctor.
Later in the day Steven Moffat also confirmed it via Twitter with the following statement.
"14 eps + Matt DEFINITELY. I've got a plan and I'm NOT TELLING YOU WHAT IT IS.
Now hush or River shoots you with her Spoiler Gun."
The original voice of the Daleks Roy Skelton has passed away at the age of 79 after suffering a stroke.
He was also know for providing the voices to the British ITV kids Programme "Rainbow" where his voice talents were used for the Puppets Zippy and George.
A short bio follows taken from "The Manchester Evening News"