Celebrating Time And Relative Dimensions In Space!
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A promo video from BBC One for Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part 2. Plus a clip from the special from Alan Carr's Chatty Man show. Could be 'spoilery' - you decide. Also a promo from BBC America for it as well is included.
The Gallifreyan Embassy and Doctor Who: Podshock wish Bernard Cribbins a happy, healthy, and wonderful birthday today. He turns 81 years old. We are delighted to have him still involved with Doctor Who today after first appearing in the 1966 Peter Cushing film, Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. playing Tom Campbell. We finally see him in the TARDIS once again in the recent Doctor Who specials with David Tennant, The End of Time as the character Wilfred Mott (or just Wilf for short).
Bernard Cribbins was recently awarded with an EA British Academy Children's Award. See the video interview with him about it here: BAFTA Video: Special Award for Bernard Cribbins
The Doctor Who segment from Greatest TV Shows of the Noughties featuring David Tennant and John Simm.
Thanks to @mcfangirl and theproselytizer
More new videos coming from BBC America. A promo for the upcoming Doctor Who: The End of TIme, Part 2, plus one of David Tennant and Russell T Davies speaking of their departures.
The End of Time, Part 2 Promo
An 'Inside Look' segment from BBC America on Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part 1.
Thanks to @mcfangirl
Ring in the new year with the Doctor! BBC America will be marathoning Doctor Who episodes starring David Tennant as the Doctor starting at midnight, New Year's Day through January 2nd with the conclusion of David Tennant's last special, The End of Time, Part 2.
It all starts at the stroke of midnight, January 1, 2010 with The Christmas Invasion, David Tennant's first full story as the Doctor after regenerating from the 9th Doctor played by Christopher Eccleston (from Christmas 2005). Each hour after that brings a new episode. 1am - New Earth, 2am - Tooth and Claw, etc.
The End of Time comes to BBC America tonight, well part 1 of it at least. Will it top the best figures BBC America received last week with the airing The Waters of Mars special? Time will tell. 1.1 million viewers turned into BBC America (of those that can receive it of course) to see The Waters of Mars making it the highest rated show ever on BBC America.
Tonight at 9pm (EST), Doctor Who returns to the cable/satellite channel with The End of Time, Part 1. Here's a taste of the episode below.
The mind boggles - no, I'm not going to rush out and "put elastic on it," and I am old enough to cut it out myself, than you very much, but, having been very impressed with Mr. Simm in person, I just don't know what I'm going to do with this mask. Hmmm.... Thanks, BBC! Happy Holidays, everyone!!!
Interesting in-depth interview with David Tennant.
This Week In Doctor Who
December 26, 2009 - Vol 12, No 48
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott