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According to an article in scotsman.com, Caitlin Blackwood, a Scottish schoolgirl from Highland beat out hundreds of other hopefuls for a role in Doctor Who.
Without any formal acting experience, Caitlin will be joining her cousin Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) in the new series shooting in Cardiff.
Her role is not being revealed by the BBC to avoid spoilers.
"We are so proud of the way she has taken to working on a major film set in her stride," stated St. Joseph's head-teacher, Christine Cameron.
David Tennant and Russell T Davies talk about the magic of the TARDIS in an all-new Doctor Who Inside Look.
The Happiness Patrol is a new show hosted by Lewis Bailey. In episode two, he has a frank (who is Frank?) and fun conversation with Ken. It covers Ken's first time he saw Tom Baker as the Doctor on PBS to podcasting and even hockey.
"It's taken me all these years to realise the laws of time are mine!"
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 171
Running Time: 2:01:39
Live show reviewing The Waters of Mars with live feedback, Dave AC's birthday and Doctor Who's 46th Anniversary, and more.
This Week In Doctor Who
November 21, 2009 - Vol 12, No 43
The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide since 1998.
by Benjamin F. Elliott
The Waters Of Mars rollout is underway. The episode has premiered in the UK. Upcoming premieres:
1968's classic science fiction film, 2001: A Space Odyssey meets Doctor Who: Wheel in Space of the same year. Classic stuff.
According to the YouTube description by TardisTimegirl, it was made in Lightwave by Steve Skinner.
This is the preview clip of Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part One, this year's Christmas special starring David Tennant as the 10th Doctor. This preview clip was shown during the BBC Children in Need fundraising special tonight.
Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part One - this year's Christmas special starring David Tennant as the 10th Doctor will be coming to BBC America on Saturday, December 26th at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central. See a preview below:
The 10th Doctor (David Tennant) looks like he is ready for a holiday in a photograph included in an article by The Press Association (Christmas Doctor Who sneak peak) published today (see left).
The Doctor Who Christmas special this year, titled The End of Time, Part One will have a 2 minute preview included in this week's BBC Children in Need charity event (BBC1 at 7pm).
The article states the following concerning the photo of the 10th Doctor who looks more like he is ready for a holiday than a regeneration:
The Sonic Newsdriver 20091117
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Tuesday, the 17th of Nov. 2009
Waters of Mars Floats to 9.1 Million, Moorcock for Doctor Who, No Movie For You, Waters of Mars Accessories, Live Waters Review, Bigger Than Life, and more.
Hosted by Louis Trapani
BBC AMERICA airs the next special, Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars on Saturday, December 19th at 9pm EST /8pm CST. The Doctor and Adelaide face terror on the red planet in one of the scariest and exciting adventures yet. It stars David Tennant and British stage and screen actress Lindsay Duncan (Rome, Langford) as Adelaide, the clever and strong-minded leader of Bowie Base One.
Another promo for Doctor Who: Dreamland. This one is for it coming to the BBC Red Button on Saturday, 21 November 2009.
(via thedoctorwhosite on YouTube)
Over 300 pages of new material have been added to the popular 2008 book, Doctor Who: The Writer's Tale in an updated edition due out in paperback on the 14th and 20th of January 2010 in the UK and US respectively (suggested retail price £16.99/$19.99). The new and updated edition written by Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook sports a new cover featuring David Tennant, Russell T Davies, and John Simm and is retitled, Doctor Who: The Writer's Tale - The Final Chapter (Amazon US affiliate link). Included in this new edition will be never-beore published behind-the-scenes photos from David Tennant's final stories.
The book is a comprehensive and personal account of Doctor Who covering its return in 2005 with in-depth discussions with its Head Writer and Executive Producer, Russell T Davies first published to critical acclaim in September 2008. This new edition brings an additional 130,000 words, spread across thirteen new chapters.