Tag Archives: Doctor Who

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Watch Newly Released News Archive Clips From Early ‘Who’

Happy Easter and welcome to another Who’s Day cavalcade of Gallifreyan glory!

One of the most delightful discoveries of the past seven days has been the digital archive that British Pathé News has made available for public viewing on YouTube. There’s an astonishing array of footage, serious and silly, ...

Five Things That Happened In The Year The Queen Was Born

Today (April 21) is HM Queen Elizabeth’s 88th birthday, an event that has been marked with the kind of ceremonial events one would expect—guards firing cannons—and some that could only have happened in the modern era.

Happy Birthday, David Tennant! 10 Great Tenth Doctor Moments

He’s 43 today, and it’s Good Friday, what further excuse do we need for a wallow in some of David Tennant‘s greatest hits?

'Doctor Who's Day Roundup: Happy Birthday, Doctors

It’s been quite the weekend for Whovian birthdays; Fifth Doctor Peter Davison was 63 on Sunday—although he doesn’t look anywhere near that old—and then yesterday Peter Capaldi turned 56.

WATCH: Animated Trailer For Classic ‘Doctor Who’ On UK’s Horror Channel

It’s not often we dig up a trailer for something that isn’t going to appear on American screens and doesn’t even feature any footage from the movie or TV show it is attempting to trail, but this is rather good.

Cumberbatch: 'I'm Never Gonna Play the Doctor'

Over the weekend, without warning or consent, huge empires of fan-worship were bashed together, imploded and reformed around comments made by Benedict Cumberbatch from just one Q&A session at Oz Comic-Con, at the Adelaide Showgrounds in ...

Ben Miller To Guest Star In ‘Doctor Who’

Here’s something that we should all have seen coming. Ben Miller, one half of the British comedy duo Armstrong and Miller, star of Primeval and Death In Paradise, and a card-carrying science fiction buff, has signed up to appear ...

‘Doctor Who’, ‘Burton & Taylor’ and ‘Broadchurch’ Up For TV BAFTAs

Nominations are in for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, which will be held on Sunday 18 May, and as you’d expect, they make a compelling case for the current strength of British television.

‘Doctor Who’: Steven Moffat Explains The TARDIS On Trenzalore, Sort Of

The problem with time travel as a dramatic device is that all of that looping around in a character’s time streat can tie them in knots, particularly when something concrete and unchangeable like a death occurs.

Watch Out For The Weeping Angels In Scary ‘Doctor Who’ Fan Video ‘Stone’

There’s not a lot we like more than impressive fan-vids that make interpretive art out of a passion for some of the best shows on TV, and this is a doozy.