Russell T. Davies and David Tennant talked to the The Times about what they’ve accomplished with their new take on Doctor Who.
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Fab news for Torchwood fans – get your keisters to NYC for next Saturday. Here’s the official press release:
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I guess The Sun was right all along: Russell T. Davies has officially announced his departure as executive producer of Doctor Who.
Russell T. Davies, creator of Cardiff-set hits Doctor Who and Torchwood, has done so much for Wales’ profile, “there is talk of [building] a statue” in Cardiff, according to The Times.
Nicholas Hynter, artistic director for Britain’s National Theatre, has been named The Most Culturally Important Person in the UK by The Daily Telegraph. A panel including Julian Fellowes and Emilia Fox selected the paper’s …
They’re real, and they’re spectacular: Weakest Link host Anne Robinson asked celeb contestant Olly Smith to “feel her breasts” during a taping of the show. A shockingly low 16 viewers were alarmed by this.
Doctor Who‘s fourth season officially premieres on Saturday in the UK, but the show’s stars got the full Hollywood treatment with a gala premiere party in London. David Tennant was mum on the subject of a fifth season, and …
Russell T. Davies thinks Doctor Who could run for 20 years. “It’s no good looking at that American pattern of making seven years if you’re lucky – that’s just not going to work.
BBC2 will air an edited version of Torchwood for younger viewers, but Russell T. Davies was adamant that same-sex kissing NOT be removed. Good for him!