Only a very select group of people have seen the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special The Snowmen. One of the those lucky folks is Patrick Mulkern of the Radio Times, who offers a preview of what you can expect in the episode, …
We’ve seen plenty of examples of people painting the exterior of, say, their shed, so that it looks like a TARDIS, and they’re all wonderful. But there is a problem.
Welcome to a new, occasional thread here on Anglophenia, in which we point out where you can find an actual blue Police box, of the sort that they based the original TARDIS on, in an everyday situation. I have no idea how many of them …
On May 26, some no-good thieves swiped loyal Doctor Who fan Kaity Ladevaia‘s homemade TARDIS. The royal blue police box was specially constructed by her parents to serve as the teenager’s bus stop.
Well the first and biggest story is of course that Whovians can now “rent” whole Doctor Who stories via Facebook, in a new deal with BBC Worldwide.
We all love a good awards ceremony, don’t we? Especially when our affections are split between two equally worthy nominees, as they will be at the TVChoice Awards, which take place in London on September 13.
Now that the TARDIS has turned its lights off for the time being, Arthur Darvill is moving on to another doctor. On Saturday (June 18), he’ll hit the Shakespeare’s Globe stage for Christopher Marlowe‘s Dr.
Does it still count as a plot spoiler if you tell someone what ISN’T going to happen in a drama? I surely hope not because, well, we’ve got some news.
Whovians worldwide are still reeling from Neil Gaiman‘s super-sexy episode, which premiered last Saturday (May 14). (And, man, that Suranne Jones is a knockout. What a ripe, succulent strawberry of a woman.