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Tributes have been pouring in from all walks of British life—including the office of the Prime Minister—for Richard Attenborough, who died on Sunday, aged 90.
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, ...
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.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on April 14th, 2014
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.
Last Sunday (February 16), Christopher Eccleston, the man who ushered in a whole new era of Doctor Who when the show was relaunched in 2005, celebrated his 50th birthday.
If you were to compile a list of the people without whom there would probably be no Who, the director Christopher Barry, who died this week at the age of 88, would have to feature towards the top. He was responsible for delivering ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 21st, 2013
Tomorrow night (November 22) at 9:00pm ET/PT, BBC AMERICA premiers Mark Gatiss’s dramatic retelling of the origins of Doctor Who. An Adventure In Space and Time, starring David Bradley as William Hartnell, Brian Cox as Sydney ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 15th, 2013
In all the fuss and glee over “The Night of the Doctor” yesterday, this little gem managed to sneak out relatively un-celebrated, and that will never do.
For a TV show that has lasted for 50 years and has changed so much in that time, it’s remarkable to note just how many of the key elements of Doctor Who were in place from the very beginning. Once past the whooshy opening credits ...
In July, the BBC put together a startlingly good concert of Doctor Who related music (and mayhem) as part of its annual season of Proms in the Royal Albert Hall. The entire show was recently aired on BBC TV, which allows us to bring you ...