Thursday, December 31, 2009
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As last night's Doctor Who episode revealed, the Time Lords will be returning for David Tennant's final adventure as The Tenth Doctor, which will see him regenerate into his eleventh incarnation, played by Matt Smith. Another trailer for the episode is currently airing on various BBC owned television channels, running for approximately forty seconds, and again, featuring many new clips.
The episode is also the last of Russell T Davies, who bought Doctor Who back to our television screens and has been lead writer of the show since 2005. The official Doctor Who website was updated earlier today with the first preview clip from The End of Time part two, featuring the lord president of the Time Lords on what is thought to be the final day of The Time War, the great struggle between the Time Lords and the Daleks. The new preview clip can also be seen below:
Doctor Who: The End of Time part two will be broadcast on Friday the first of January 2010, at 6.40pm on BBC One and on the BBC HD channel. As with all Doctor Who episodes, The Gallifrey Vortex will be providing coverage for The End of Time part two, with the latest news, trailers, previews, pictures, and more, being posted as soon as it is available. Are you looking forward to this episode?
Friday, December 25, 2009
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Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Doctor Who Confidential gets up close and personal with David Tennant as he contemplates his last days as the Doctor. On set for his final episode, his final scenes, his final words, the tenth Doctor's time has come to an end and Confidential is there to follow him every step of the way.
Witnessing everything from his final showdown, his poignant goodbyes and, of course, his regeneration, this intimate account of TV history pulls out all the stops for the ultimate Doctor Who finale.
Doctor Who: The End of Time part two will be broadcast across the United Kingdom and Ireland on the first of January 2010 at 6.45pm on BBC One, with it's accompanying episode of Doctor Who Confidential following at 7.55pm on BBC Three. Will you be watching this episode when it debuts early next month?
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
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Sunday, December 20, 2009
Doctor Who: The End of Time part one will be broadcast on BBC One and on the BBC HD channel on Christmas Day at 6.00pm, and will conclude in it's second part on New Year's Day at 6.45pm. The special episode will see John Simm reprise his role as The Master, after his last appearence in the Doctor Who series three finale. What do you think on this brand new The End of Time trailer?
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Monster Christmas Pack! This issue of Doctor Who Adventures comes with eight fantastic gifts – a 2010 calendar, two bookmarks, a hologram sticker sheet, three postcards and a scary mask of the Master.
Inside, Doctor Who Adventures reveals the Top 10 Christmas moments, there’s a preview of The End of Time, the Tenth Doctor’s final adventure, and an exclusive look at how the Doctor Who crew created a winter wonderland in the middle of July.
This week readers can claim five free Doctor Who magazine files. They can also enter an extra-special competition to win a Doctor Who bedroom.
Plus readers can have a very merry Christmas with the big Christmas quiz and a festive comic strip. All this, and…
• Five fantastic posters
• This week’s Doctor’s Data is all about Davros
• Subscription offer – subscribe today and save 30% plus get two free DVDs
Issue 146 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is out Thursday 17 December, price £2.99
The 146th of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is available to buy at good newsagents across the United Kingdom and Ireland, being sold at the bumper Christmas issue price of £2.99. The next issue of the magazine, issue 147, coming with a free dress-up gift, will be released on Wednesday the thirtieth of December, and more details regarding that issue will be posted here, on The Gallifrey Vortex, shortly after it goes on sale. Will you be purchasing this issue?
Friday, December 18, 2009
Really big gun!
Eve Myles is the cover star of the latest issue of Torchwood magazine, posing with a huge and pretty scary-looking gun. A bumper interview with the much-loved actress is one of the latest issue’s many highlights – check out this page for the full lowdown on what’s inside!
The results are in!
Never mind the government’s dodgy dealings with the 456, Torchwood magazine presents real democracy in action! Hundreds of you voted in our Children of Earth survey in issue #17, and since then we’ve been busy reading your opinions and collating your votes. The results are now in – all is revealed in the latest issue!
New Torchwood Stories!
Torchwood magazine expands the fictional dimension of the hit BBC show in each and every issue. This time around, we present the thrilling finale to our comic strip adventure ‘Broken’, by Gary Russell and Adrian Salmon, and two new short stories! Ianto’s all at sea in ‘Flotsam and Jetsam’, by Kate Orman with art by Mike Dowling, while Trevor Baxendale brings us ‘They Keep Killing Andy’, with art by Ben Willsher.
All the latest Torchwood news, including a look to the future from Russell T Davies.
We take a look back over the 12 months that shook Torchwood!
Early concepts for the 456, as designed by Millennium FX.
Danny Hargreaves from special effects team Any Effects on blowing up the Bay.
Children of Earth: Day by Day
The third and final part of archivist Andrew Pixley’s definitive guide to the show.
Combat – A look back at a brave and brutal classic episode.
Tom Price – PC Andy answers your questions.
The nineteenth issue of the official Torchwood magazine is available to buy at good newsagents across the United Kingdom and Ireland now, being sold at the price of £4.99. Will you be purchasing a copy of the latest Torchwood magazine?
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Doctor Who Confidential goes behind the scenes for the tenth Doctor's penultimate episode. It's the beginning of the end for the Doctor, and the cast and crew go on an action-packed journey towards the final showdown.
With stunts more ambitious than ever and interviews with all the key players, Confidential gives an up close and personal account of the most thrilling two-part finale a viewer could wish for.
Doctor Who Confidential: Lords and Masters will be broadcast on BBC Three on Christmas Day after the airing of The End of Time part one which begins at 6pm on BBC One. A reminder for this episode of Doctor Who confidential, and for the episode of Doctor Who it will be accompanying, The End of Time part one, will be posted here, on The Gallifrey Vortex, on the date of their United Kingdom debut.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
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Saturday, December 12, 2009
Get ready for The End of Time... with Doctor Who Magazine #416!
David Tennant gives an exclusive, in-depth interview in the biggest ever Doctor Who Magazine about his last days as the Tenth Doctor, the forthcoming Christmas Special, The End of Time, and the reasons why he’s decided to leave his dream job...
“When the Doctor decides he’s the ‘Time Lord Victorious’ [at the end of The Waters of Mars], we’re making him quite unsympathetic,” considers David. More human, even? “Well, it’s making him more Time Lord, actually, when you consider how they turned out.”
When we see the Doctor behaving arrogantly, selfishly or uncontrollably, it’s then that he appears more fallible, and therefore more human? “The Time Lords were pretty fallible too,” David perseveres. “It’s hubris. It’s Greek. It needed that scale to tell the final story. It’s a tale of the gods, really... but gods who are fallible... and, I suppose, human...” Also....
As Time Goes By...
With just two weeks to go until this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Specials, get a tantalising taste of what’s in store, with our exclusive preview, and dozens of brand new photos from The End of Time!
He’s the Doctor’s most persistent Time Lord nemesis – the Master is back! John Simm explains why he couldn’t miss out on the Tenth Doctor’s final party in an exclusive interview!
Grandad, Grandad, Lovely!
The Doctor’s faithful friend Wilfred Mott enters the Tardis – and for Bernard Cribbins it’s his first trip into time and space for 43 years! Bernard looks back over his incredible career...
A Spaceman Came Travelling...
The Fact of Fiction turns back the clock to Christmas 2005, and the moment when we first met the Tenth Doctor – in The Christmas Invasion!
It's The Final Countdown!
Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies write his very last Production Notes – but what will be his all-important final word...?
Majenta Pryce’s dark secrets are about to be revealed as the 10th Doctor begins his final comic strip adventure 'The Crimson Hand', by Dan McDaid with art from Martin Geraghty.
Those Were The Days, My Friend...
DWM looks back at 2009's most memorable Doctor Who moments in the Review of the Year!
Party Like It's 1999!
The Time Team relive the end of the twentieth century as they turn their attention to the Eighth Doctor’s only on-screen adventure, the 1996 TV Movie!
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme!
Win all the latest DVDs, CDs, books and audios – including the Doctor Who Series 1-4 box set! – in our specially extended Christmas Competitions section!
Every Breath You Take...
The Watcher concludes his definitive guide to the Time Lord’s many incarnations by taking a close look at The Tenth Doctor...
So Many Questions...
... and the Watcher is also back, celebrating his own tenth anniversary, and to present his annual Fiendishly Festive Christmas Quiz!
Money - That's What I Want!
DWM catches up with the slimy Sil, aka Nabil Shaban and finds out what he thinks about Jonathan Ross, YouTube, weapons of mass destruction – and returning as Sil on audio!
Read All About It!
All the news that’s fit to print (and quite a bit that isn’t) can be found in the latest edition of the Space-Time Telegraph!
Plus! All the latest news, previews, reviews... and a giant-sized, double-sided poster!
It’s the end of the world as we know it, but you’ll feel fine with DWM 416! 84 super-packed pages, out on Thursday 10 December priced £4.99!
Issue 416 of Doctor Who Magazine is currently on sale at good newsagents across the United Kingdom and Ireland, being sold at the bumper special price of £4.99. Doctor Who Magazine will return on January the seventh with the magazine's 417th issue, which will feature a brand new logo, look, and price (£4.20), for the all-new Doctor Who series five. Will you be buying a copy of this?
Friday, December 11, 2009
Dalek Attack! In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures you’ll find a story guide about Journey’s End. As Davros and the Daleks plan to destroy the universe the Doctor needs some of his best friends to help him stop them.
Why do strange things keep happening to Donna and her family? Find out in this week’s fact file. Doctor Who Adventures also reveals ten of the most grisly goodbyes in Doctor Who. Look out for cyber shocks and the kiss of death! All this, plus…
• Free Doctor Who gift
• Read all about the tenth Doctor in this week’s Countdown to Change.
• Subscription offer – subscribe today and save a fantastic 30% plus get two free DVDs
Issue 145 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is out Thursday 10 December, price £2.10.
The one-hundred-and-forty-fifth issue of Doctor Who Adventures is currently on sale at good newsagents and supermarkets across the United Kingdom and Ireland, being sold at the usual price of £2.10. Will you be buying a copy of this?
Thursday, December 10, 2009
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BBC Magazines have now sent us the cover and details for issue 144 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine which was released across the United Kingdom and Ireland today. This week's issue of the magazine comes with some free and exclusive The Waters of Mars stickers, and takes a look at what is coming next for The Doctor. The magazine's cover can be seen to the left, and the official press release for it can be read below:
What now for the Doctor?
As the Tenth Doctor’s time draws to an end Doctor Who Adventures answers some important questions! Who will knock four times? What is the Gate? Where is the TARDIS going next? And why did the Doctor see Ood Sigma and how can the Master be alive again? All the secrets and clues are revealed in this week’s issue.
Check out Doctor Who Adventures magazine’s favourite bits from the latest series of The Sarah Jane Adventure. This action-packed Top 10 features K-9, Slitheen and the Doctor himself, but who will come top?
Readers can get a fantastic 50% off a selection of Doctor Who books in an exclusive offer.
All this, plus…
- Look back at the history of the Doctor Who logo and see how they’ve changed
- FREE Doctor Who gift and The Waters of Mars stickers
- Find out about the Ninth Doctor
- Subscription offer – subscribe today and save a fantastic 30% PLUS, get two FREE Doctor Who DVDs
Issue 144 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is out Thursday 3 December, price £2.10
Issue 144 of Doctor Who Adventures is currently on sale at most good newsagents across the United Kingdom at the price of £2.10. Will you buying a copy of this issue of Doctor Who Adventures magazine at some point this week?