Sunday, May 31, 2009
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Torchwood: Children of Earth will air across five nights on BBC One in the U.K and BBC America in the U.S this Summer. BBC America recently revealed that the series would be broadcast during July and not during June as it was previously thought to be. What do you think of this Torchwood: Children of Earth trailer?
Friday, May 29, 2009
"I am absolutely over the moon at being chosen to play the Doctor's new companion. The show is such a massive phenomenon that I can't quite believe I am going to be a part of it. Matt Smith is an incredible actor and it is going to be so much fun to act alongside him – I just can't wait to get started!"
The name of the companion that Karen Gillian will be playing in Doctor Who series five has not yet been announced but more details will be posted here as soon as they are made available. The fifth series of Doctor Who stars Matt Smith as The Eleventh Doctor and is set to be broadcast at some point in Spring 2010.
In Doctor Who Magazine 409...
A Time Lord can only regenerate 12 times and then he must die... Or must he? Jonathan Morris investigates the truth behind the miracle of the Time Lord, and asks: could the Doctor survive beyond his Thirteenth Incarnation?
The End of Ten!
Euros Lyn, director of the forthcoming Torchwood: Children of Earth, as he oversees this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Specials, the final story for the Tenth Doctor!
Three’s a Crowd!
The Fact of Fiction takes an in-depth look back at the extraordinary adventure in which the Doctor met himself for the first time – 1972/73’s The Three Doctors!
David Bowie is (nearly) the Doctor!
What do Jonathan Creek, Ford Prefect and Richard O’Brien have in common? Find out, as Neil Harris considers 10 characters who are the Doctor all but name in You Are Not Alone!
The final end?
Russell T Davies reveals the behind-the-scenes changes as Doctor Who looks forward to the Eleventh Doctor’s first series in Production Notes.
Segonax’s got talent!
Roll up! Roll up! See how the Time Team react to the weird events in the Seventh Doctor adventure The Greatest Show in the Galaxy!
The Watcher reverses the polarity, rolls up his frilly sleeves and tells you everything you need to know about the Doctor’s dashing and dynamic Third Incarnation in his latest essential guide!
Anneke Wills, who played companion Polly to the First and Second Doctors, chats candidly to DWM about outdoor baths, the swinging 60s... and meeting David Tennant on the Doctor Who set!
Ten in trouble!
Majenta has a shock in store for the Doctor in Part Two of new comic strip The Age of Ice, by Dan McDaid with art by Martin Geraghty.
It’s finally happening! DWM takes a first look at the new spin-off series featuring the Doctor’s second-best friend, K9!
Plus! All the latest news, previews, reviews, competitions and much, much more!
Thursday, May 28, 2009
“The script is still in the early stages but he wants to be in the film. There have already been discussions and David needs to feel the story is right, but right now things are looking very positive. Potentially it’s a perfect scenario for him. He understandably wants to do different roles but still loves Doctor Who.“It’s certainly feasible that David could be the Doctor on film while Matt does the series. As all fans know David’s story can easily be set in a different time to Matt’s. That’s one of the great things about the show - anything can happen.”
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Get a fantastic set of Doctor Who magnets and stickers!
In a special psychic issue, Doctor Who Adventures looks at the seriously spooky people we’ve met in the series and we ponder what’s next for the Doctor…
Plus, we’ve got ten of the best companions in Doctor Who! Who do you think is number one?
All this and…
- Exclusive posters!
- Create your own psychic paper
- Monster survival guide
- Loads of facts
- TARDIS Tales
- Comic strip action
- Puzzles and competitions - cool prizes up for grabs!
- Subscription offer - subscribe today and get a free gift.
Doctor Who Adventures, issue 117, priced £2.10, is out on Thursday 28 May. Essential reading for all Doctor Who fans!
Issue 117 of Doctor Who Adventures will go on sale at most good newsagents across the United Kingdom and Ireland tomorrow at the usual price of £2.10.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Doctor Who fans are in for a treat this Autumn as David Tennant makes a special appearance as The Doctor in CBBC's hit drama series The Sarah Jane Adventures with a starring role across two episodes.
Investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith, one-time companion to that strange wanderer in time and space known as The Doctor, is reunited with her old friend as The Sarah Jane Adventures is back for a third series of alien-busting adventures on CBBC this September.
Elisabeth Sladen, who plays Sarah Jane, says: "When I heard the news that David was going to be joining us I was absolutely over the moon. Not only has it made my day but it will also make the viewers' day.
"It's fantastic news that Sarah Jane is going to spend some time working with The Doctor again and is testament to just how successful this CBBC series is."
Russell T Davies, Executive Producer of The Sarah Jane Adventures, adds: "Viewers thought they may have to wait until November for the next full episode of Doctor Who, but this is an extra special treat.
"And it's not just a cameo from David – this is a full-on appearance for The Doctor as he and Sarah Jane face their biggest threat ever."
The series includes 12 weeks of brand new adventures featuring a new alien race, the reptilian Veil and their enemies the Judoon, alongside an extraterrestrial girl that can make people play games against their will.
There will also be a living painting, the inhabitants of a supposedly haunted house, monsters who want to infect Earth with a strangely aggressive weed and a chance for Sarah Jane to find personal happiness with someone who could be the perfect person to complete her family.
Alongside adopted son Luke, Sarah Jane's team is made up of Luke's streetwise pal Clyde Langer, their schoolmate Rani, who lives opposite and has aspirations to become a journalist like Sarah Jane, and Mr Smith, their Xylok supercomputer up in the attic, plus Sarah Jane's robot dog, K-9.
According to Digital Spy, The Tenth Doctor will appear in the fifth and sixth episodes of the new series, which is set to be broadcast on BBC One and The CBBC Channel this Autumn. Issue 409 of Doctor Who Magazine, which will be released on Thursday, includes a news feature on this, in which Russell T Davies says: "Let's just say that the wedding of Sarah Jane will be a day for everyone to remember!" What are your thoughts on this Sarah Jane Adventures news?
Monday, May 25, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Russell T Davies recently completed work on his final Doctor Who scripts and will step down from his position as lead writer later this year when he passes on his role to Steven Moffat. What do you think of this BBC Russell T Davies interview?
Saturday, May 23, 2009
You can watch the whole episode of Tonight's the Night by clicking here at BBC iPlayer. Doctor Who will return at some point later this year in a special episode entitled The Waters of Mars which will see The Doctor team up with a woman called Adelaide. Did you enjoy the Tonight's the Night special Doctor Who scene?
Friday, May 22, 2009
There’s a free Cyber stationery set and the issue is packed with Cyberman terror!
Read a fascinating fact file about the heartless Miss Hartigan, the woman who was turned into the CyberKing, which is biggest piece of Cyber tech ever.
Plus, look out for the top ten TARDIS moments in Doctor Who! All this and…
• Exclusive posters!
• Make your own K-9
• Monster survival guide
• TARDIS Tales
• Comic strip action
• Puzzles and competitions - cool prizes up for grabs!
• Subscription offer - subscribe today and get a free gift.
Doctor Who Adventures, issue 116, priced £2.10, is out now. Don’t miss it!
This issue of Doctor Who Adventures is currently on sale at all good newsagents across the United Kingdom and the usual price of £2.10. Issue 117 will be released next Thursday and will come with some monster magnets and stickers.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Filming for one of the final Doctor Who 2009 specials took place last night at the Brandon Estate in London, which appears in Doctor Who as the Powell Estate. Billie Piper who plays Rose Tyler and Cammile Coduri who plays Jackie Tyler were both seen filming in the area which was covered in fake snow. Pictures from last night's filming can be seen on this website, below:
Friday, May 15, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
- Donna Noble VS Rose Tyler
- FAQ: Who is...The Tenth Doctor?
- Monsters' Ball
- Comic Strip: The End
- In the Beginning
- The Ultimate Evil
In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures magazine…
Look out for the monsters voted the scariest ever by readers of Doctor Who Adventures – the Weeping Angels. You’ll also find out the nine runners-up in our scariest monster top 10.
The issue has a tall cover, with a scary scene from Doctor Who inside featuring these fearful Weeping Angels. There’s a terrifying fact file to read and a hideous Angel mask for you to cut out and frighten your friends with, too.
The FREE gift this issue is an inflatable Angel – blow it up and stand well back! Remember not to blink at it.
All this, plus…
- Posters: Sally Sparrow, the Doctor and an Angel, a Cyberman and Dalek Sec.
- Attack of the Stingrays: Trouble for Christina and the Doctor as they race away from hungry monsters in an exciting photo story.
- Terror Through time: The Sontarans.
- Understanding aliens: Find out how the Doctor and his friends can understand strange languages.
- Puzzles and competitions: Things to work out and win, including the latest Doctor Who DVDs and Star Trek toys.
- Comic strip: A dangerous cat is on the loose…
- Subscription offer: Subscribe today and get a Cyberman stationery set!
Doctor Who Adventures, issue 115, priced £2.10, is out Thursday 14 May. Blink and you’ll miss it.
Doctor Who Adventures issue 115 will be released across the United Kingdom and Ireland tomorrow at the price of £2.10. This issue will be available to buy from good newsagents until next Thursday, which is when issue 116 is released.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Asylum by Anita Sullivan
The story of a teen runaway called Freda who is brought to the attention of Torchwood by PC Andy. As Gwen, Jack and Ianto investigate where this troubled girl has come from, Andy finds himself drawn closer than ever before into the world of Torchwood.
Golden Age by James Goss
Torchwood go to India to investigate the disappearance of hundreds of people. The trail leads them to an old colonial club which seems strangely stuck in the past as does its young and beautiful owner, the Duchess.
The Dead Line by Phil Ford
A series of mysterious phone calls lead Jack into danger, and result in 'a very emotional moment for Ianto'.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Alien larvae in a baptismal font mark the beginnings of a terrifying adventure for the "Torchwood" team in this exclusive audio adventure, read by Gareth David-Lloyd. Searching for the source of a bizarre Rift reading, Gwen, Jack and Ianto find a corpse on the beach, his face covered in hundreds of tiny cuts. Watching from the shadows is a man in black...
The Reverend Hayward thinks he has found a way to take away people's sins. The trouble is, his special baptisms tend to take away their lives too. For the creatures he collects and puts in his church font are nightmarish parasites, feeding on their hosts' negative emotions before consuming them. It is up to Torchwood to track them down and destroy them...
Written specially for audio by Brian Minchin, the "Torchwood" TV series assistant producer, "The Sin Eaters" features Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones, as played by John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd in the hit series from BBC Television.
Torchwood: The Sin Eaters will be released across the United Kingdom and Ireland on the fourth of June and wil be sold at the regular retail price of £12.99.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
This official Doctor Who annual is the perfect gift for any budding timelord. Packed with exclusive comics, stories, features and activities, the Doctor Who Annual is the one book no fan should be without!
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Friday, May 8, 2009
BBC Magazines have now sent us the cover and details for issue 114 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine which was released yesterday. This issue comes with a Dalek wallet and takes a look at the top ten Dalek scares. The cover for the magazne can be seen above and the press release can be read below:
In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures magazine…
There are two free gifts for every reader – a fantastic Dalek wallet and a memory card stuffed with the coolest Doctor Who facts*.
Doctor Who Adventures looks at the top ten deadliest battles between the Doctor and the Daleks. Be prepared for top shocks and loads of screaming Daleks.
We go behind the scenes with Doctor Who Confidential to find out what happened when the bus from Planet of the Dead was damaged while it was being taken out to Dubai.
All this, plus…
- Posters: Chantho, the Doctor and a Dalek, the Ninth Doctor and Rose.
- K-9 Tales: What has happened to Sarah Jane?
- Who’s where?: Can you find the missing UNIT ID cards?
- Puzzles and competitions: Fun things to work out and win.
- Comic strip: Something strange is happening at the Monster Idol auditions.
- Subscription offer: Subscribe today and get a Cyberman stationery set!
Doctor Who Adventures, issue 114, priced £2.10, is out now.
[* The memory card is a send-away offer, postage and packing payable.]
The 114th issue of Doctor Who Adventures is out now across the United Kingdom and Ireland at the price of £2.10. Issue 115 will be released next Thursday and will come with an inflatable Weeping Angel and will take a look at the top ten monsters, will include the latest Doctor Who news and much more.
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I would like to congratulate Eve Myles and her partner on Eve's pregnancy and wish them all the best for the future. Eve Myles will return to Torchwood as Gwen Cooper for a five episode series that will be broadcast across five consecutive nights on BBC One this June. What are your thoughts on this news?
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
In this second volume of comic strips collecting the Tenth Doctor's complete adventures from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine and the Doctor Who Storybook, the famous Time Lord meets some gigantic monsters with Martha Jones, fights Zombies and Sycorax with Donna Noble and battles sinister Skith in the freezing wastes of the Antarctic! Original colour strips digitally mastered and collected in graphic novel form for the first time ever.
Doctor Who: The Widow's Curse will be released across the United Kingdom and Ireland on the eighth of October this year at the regular retail price of £15.99. The cover for this graphic novel will be posted here as soon as it is revealed.
Sunday, May 3, 2009
The universe is overflowing with alien armies, each more frightening than the next. Join the Doctor in his battle against them by completing the activities, or choose an army to join with the iron-on transfers.
The book will be released across the United Kingdom and Ireland on the 28th of May and will be sold at the regular retail price of £3.99. Will you be buying this?
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
The Official Australian website for Torchwood was today updated with a new teaser trailer for Torchwood: Children of Earth which can be seen below:
You can see the ComicCon Children of Earth trailer by clicking here and the Children of Earth teaser trailer by clicking here in older posts. Torchwood: Children of Earth, will be broadcast across five consecutive nights in June on BBC One. What do you think of the synopsis and new trailer for Children of Earth?