Celebrating Time And Relative Dimensions In Space!
I'm afraid the Quality isn't that good but you'll get the Idea. When A better quality version of the Trailer becomes available I'll post it here, in it's place.
Here is the trailer for the upcoming 2011 series of Doctor Who. Currently it is viewable outside of the UK, but there is no guarantee how long that will remain the case.
As it plays in Germany, here's the official "The Impossible Astronaut" prequel.
Here's a YouTube copy:
Starz has set the debut of Torchwood: Miracle Day, the latest Torchwood series, a spin-off of Doctor Who in the US for Friday, the 8th of July 2011. The BBC has yet to announce a date at this time. We will keep you posted when they do. Along with the date, Starz has released this new promotional image/poster for the new series (see below for a large version).
The new Torchwood series should fit in nicely schedule-wise in between the first and second half of the 2011 Doctor Who series.
The teaser trailer to the up comming prequels has been released and a teaser trailer for Ep2 of S6. The prequels trailer is below and the link to the S6 trailer is below that. Viewable on the BBC website worldwide.
Update: Here's the other trailer Complete.
Fans of Family Guy will appreciate this second episode of Doctor Stew. Now with more Doctors…
Created by Cecinid (Kevin Karstens) @doctorstew
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 240
Running Time: 1:39:51
Doctor Who: Podshock Live Show recorded on stage at Gallifrey One's Catch 22: Islands of Mystery with Tracie Simpson, Paul Kasey, Cush Jumbo, Ian McNeice, Pamela Salem, and Waris Hussein on Sunday, February 20, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
The Daily Mail (on-line version) has a story about the BBC being sued over the use of Davros.
Steven Clark claims that he created the leader of the Daleks in a magzine contest in 1972.
He didn't win the contest but a couple of years later the character of Davros began appearing in the series of 'Doctor Who' in Genesis of the Daleks.
For the full details of the lawsuit you can see the original story here:
and the Doctor Who News Page has an additional story on the debate:
Red Nose Day 2011 - Doctor Who is back with a vengeance as the Doctor (Matt Smith) provides some cosmic relief. The wonderful Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) is usually a handful on her own but in this special episode she confronts herself, literally.
Doctor Who Monthly has reported via Twitter this morning the sad news of the death of actor Michael Gough. He will be remembered by Doctor Who fans as the Celestial Toymaker in the story of the same name (The Celestial Toymaker) in 1966 with the first Doctor (William Hartnell) and Councillor Hedin in the 1983 story, Arc of Infinity with the fifth Doctor (Peter Davison).
You may also recall him for his parts on the big screen such as the trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth in the 1989 Batman film as well as its sequels, Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), and Batman & Robin (1997).
Also included in his long list of credits is Sleepy Hollow (1999) playing Notary Hardenbrook.