Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a trawl through a week of internet happenings related to the travels of a certain Gallifreyan and his various friends.
A couple of weeks ago, we posed the question ‘Who is the British Kevin Bacon?’ as a way of celebrating those British character actors who have appeared in such a staggering variety of U.K.
The news has just been announced that the BBC’s supremely larky music panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks will not be returning to British screens after its 28th series. This is a blow for fans of British comedy panel shows (of …
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a cornucopia of Gallifreyan gubbins and Time Lord things. And this week’s roundup commences with the exciting news that the face of William Shakespeare as Whovians know it—the one seen in …
The Cannes film festival is proving to be a great source of tantalizing information about potential future movies at the moment, as production companies swarm across the South of France trying to secure funding for their great ideas.
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a roundup of Gallifreyan things that have happened across the known universe over the past seven days.
British actors have a particularly strong relationship with the works of Shakespeare, as they’ll have studied his plays when honing their stagecraft and possibly discovered some of their best thespian tricks while working out how …
It’s his birthday (April 18). What further excuse do we need for a wallow in some of David Tennant‘s greatest hits?
We’re used to seeing David Tennant play the good guy in series like Doctor Who and Broadchurch, but this time around he’s getting a villainous makeover in Netflix’s A.K.A.
Matt Smith‘s movie career is just taking off, having made the leap from a deleted scene in In Bruges to a key role in Lost River and appearances lined up in both Terminator Genisys and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.