She Said, He Said: A Prequel to The Name of the Doctor.
Should be a good episode. It was in the news that the DVDs containing the final episode were sent out three weeks early to some US people. Might need to avoid some spoilers.
At Christmas we will have Doctor Who and he will be in Victorian London. Here is the prequel.
I’ve always thought that a spin off series based on Madam Vastra (she’s the Silurian (lizard person)) would be very interesting. A period drama with sic-fi overtones, almost steampunk. Certainly not something you see much of on television now.
Here is the trailer for the Christmas episode.
Not sure about the monsters…
Not long to wait now, 1st September sees the return of Doctor Who.
New trailer for the Doctor Who episode this Christmas.
A quick happy birthday to Doctor Who which is 48 years old today.
It was November 23rd 1963 when the programme first came to our screens, I don’t think anyone at the time thought that nearly fifty years later that it would still be the highlight for many people on a Saturday night in front of the television.
Even when it was cancelled in 1989 I wasn’t expecting to see it ever return, more so after the failure of the joint version with Fox. Since it came back in 2005 (was that really six years ago now) I have enjoyed all the series and think the BBC have done a really good job. I do enjoy the programme and am looking forward to the Christmas special.
So Happy Birthday Doctor Who.
The relationship between River Song and the Doctor was very confusing and not at all that easy to follow. However this useful infographic does kind of put things into some sort of chronological order based on River’s timeline and one on the Doctor’s timeline and then the actual timeline.
Time travel can give you headaches!
Source: BBC America, but probably from somewhere else.
Also if you like Doctor Who then there is a nice new app for the iPad on Doctor Who, but its’s a little pricey at £4.99.
More Doctor Who end of season fun, this time the end of the tenth season.
via Nicole Harris
A tribute from David Tennant, Catherine Tate and John Barrowman to Russel T Davies and Julie Gardner for their work on Doctor Who.
via Nicole Harris