There’s an interesting little interview with Steven Moffat on BBC Newsbeat, in which he explains a little about what it is like running two of the most highly regarded TV shows on the planet. And the key detail that emerges from …
With the announcement of the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular touring the U.K. next month, this week’s Who’s Day is devoted to the music of Doctor Who.
It’s not been a bad week for Doctor Who-related birthdays, particularly for people called Peter. Yesterday (April 13) was Peter Davison‘s, and today it is Peter Capaldi‘s turn.
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.
This week, all hats, fezzes and Cyber helmets must be doffed in the general direction of the official Doctor Who Twitter feed, who managed to have a LOT of fun over Easter.
Is there no mythical being left to trust in this terrifying universe? Not if the Doctor has his way.
Thursday (March 26) was the proper 10th birthday of the reborn Doctor Who, and, to mark the occasion, the Doctor Who Experience played host to a very special guest indeed. The actual Doctor.
Radio Times came up with an inspired way to mark the decade since the new series of Doctor Who started. They simply asked as many of the people who had been involved over the last ten years to send Doctor Who a birthday message, which …
To begin at the beginning. Exactly 10 years ago today (March 26), TV trails like this one were being played out across the BBC in anticipation of the re-launch of a beloved British television institution:
It seems strange to look back on a time, just 10 years ago, when Doctor Who was not the universe-straddling cultural juggernaut that it is now. It was an enormously beloved classic TV show with some fantastically fertile ideas, but no …