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BBC America starts airing the new series a couple weeks after BBC One starting on April 17th. Here is the promo trailer for it.
Alert to readers - I wrote a Torchwood section. I have sent the section to various places, and it is refusing to appear. I have not been able to debug the problem yet. So, for the second week in a row, the combined section goes out without Torchwood, in spite of my writing it. If I can get the Torchwood section to publish, it will be re-edited into this version. - 3/20/10.
The latest promo trailer for Doctor Who, the new series starting Saturday 3 April 2010 on BBC One.
Steven Moffat on BBC's Breakfast show from the 19th of March 2010. The Executive Producer and Lead Writer talks about the new series and the regeneration of the Doctor, Matt Smith, and more.
@BBCAmerica had tweeted that fans have already posted Matt Smith's interview with BBC News. He is attending a screening of the first episode of the upcoming new series, Eleventh Hour in Cardiff.
UK viewers will get an exclusive preview of The Eleventh Hour
from next Wednesday when the first minute of the episode is made
available on the BBC Red Button service.
The clip will launch on 24th March and will be available at various times until the series launches at Easter Weekend. On day one the clip is expected to be available from 6am-2pm, from 3pm to 5.50pm and then from 9.10pm onwards.
The BBC red button service can be viewed on digital platforms in the UK. Details on the BBC Website Follow the Link Below.
The Sonic Newsdriver 20100317
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Wednesday, the 17th of Mar. 2010
BBC America Tails Behind BBC One by Two Weeks, Gallifrey 21 Two Weeks Out (DVD news), BBC Secures 40% of 2entertain, Double Your Pleasure, Double Your Fun with The Sarah Jane Adventures, Doctor Who on Tour, You Rock (Ken Ray of Mac OS Ken) and more.
Hosted by Louis Trapani
Karen Gillan has a Short interview, in the UK Newspaper The Observer and reveals that her Character Amy Pond Was Supossed to ware trousers. She also reveals what her relationship with the Doctor is, and that in fact they do Kiss. The entire article can be read following the link below. Also on the article are links to and Interview with Matt Smith, An interactive guide to the Regenerations of the Doctor, A review of the Complete Specials Boxed set, and a piece about the Bonhams Auction a few weeks ago. So it's well worth a look.
Last month we stated we would give a brand new unopened copy of Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead in HD on Blu-ray to randomly selected Podshock Supporting Subscriber (Planet of the Dead Blu-Ray Going to a Supporting Subscriber). We promised we would announce the winner at our seasonal meet up on Second Life on the 20th of February (Pre-Gallifrey 21 Meet Up on Second Life). We did. The subscriber we randomly selected was Ken Okel. (Ken was not present at the meet up, but we stated that you need not be present for it).
After contacting Ken, we learned that he had just bought a copy of Planet of the Dead on BD, and offered us to give the disc to another subscriber that may need it. Fortunately, we had selected a runner up just in case something like this occurred. That person is Helen Lesser!
Join Doctor Who: Podshock live at I-CON 29 on Sunday, March 28, 2010 at 2pm (EDT) in Stony Brook, NY.
Doctor Who: Podshock returns to the annual New York science fiction, fact, and fantasy convention this spring for another live show. I-CON is back at the SUNY Stony Brook University again this year with invited Sarah Douglas, Ronald D. Moore, Charisma Carpenter, Tony Todd and more.
Hosts Ken Deep and Louis Trapani will be there in person and James Naughton via the net in the UK recording an upcoming episode of Doctor Who: Podshock at the convention (location: Harriman 112). Possible in-person guests TBA.
This Week In Doctor Who
March 13, 2010 - Vol 13, No 10
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
AUSTRALIA - ABC Australia http://www.abc.net.au/tv has decided to premiere
the first new Doctor Who episode "The Eleventh Hour" on their iView internet