Welcome to Tardis Point News. This blog is no longer running, as I started watching Parks and Recreation and am still mourning over the cancellation of Eureka. Don't stop watching Doctor Who though, which is and always will be the best TV show ever.


Saturday, 28 February 2009

Billie on Paul O' Grady Show

Billie Piper will be appearing on Monday's Paul O' Grady Show as a guest. It will be on next Monday at 5pm on Channel 4. The show it self will be on every weekday.

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K9 Series Logo

The logo for the coming K9 spin-off series has been revealed by Paul Tams, the co-creator with Bob Baker and co-associate producer. The logo was taken from the title sequence and will air later this year, with K9 as a CGI and an animatronic prop. It is made by Jetix with 30 minute long episodes of Sci-Fi comedy.

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Friday, 27 February 2009

Doctor Who Magazine 406

The cover for issue 406 of Doctor Who Magazine is now released on Facebook by the DWM editors. The Magazine will be out on
March 5th for £3.99.

Issue 406 includes a look at a spin-off Dalek series that never aired, an interview with Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures writer Gareth Roberts, The Fact of Fiction look at 1981's Logopolis, a brand-new comic strip - Mortal Beloved, by Dan McDaid and art by Sean Longcroft, the usual Time Team, Production Notes, Gallifrey Guardian, Previews, Reviews, You Are Not Alone, and Who On Earth Is...

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Thursday, 26 February 2009

Torchwood: Children Of Earth Promotional Pictures

Sorry, I haven't posted in a couple of days, been busy.. watching Futurama.. So, I have 2 promotional pictures for the coming series of Torchwood. They're just Jack, Gwen and Ianto with a cloudy background.

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Friday, 20 February 2009

Lindsay Duncan As Adelaide

It was recently confirmed that actress Lindsay Duncan will guest star as the Doctor's assistant for the 2nd of the 4 2009 specials. She will play a character called Adelaide. You can read the BBC official press release below

The BBC has confirmed that acclaimed actress, Lindsay Duncan will guest star in the second Doctor Who special of 2009.
Lindsay is best known for her roles across stage and screen, including Shooting the Past and GBH and is soon to star as Margaret Thatcher in the highly anticipated BBC Two drama, Margaret. In Doctor Who she will play Adelaide - the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion yet.
"I'm thrilled to be involved in Doctor Who," said Lindsay. "I've never done anything like this before and I'm really looking forward to working with David Tennant and the Doctor Who team."
Lindsay joins David Tennant as he continues his role as The Doctor in the second of four Doctor Who Specials to be screened throughout 2009. This will follow Planet of the Dead, due to air this Easter on BBC One.
Executive Producer and writer Russell T Davies said: "Lindsay is an incredibly talented actress and I've been an admirer of her work for some time. We are delighted to announce that she will be joining the team and playing the Doctor's most strong-minded companion yet."
Due to go into production in Spring 2009, the second episode written by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford will be produced by Nikki Wilson and and will be screened on BBC One later this year.

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Thursday, 19 February 2009

Lindsay Duncan For 2nd 2009 Special

The BBC has confirmed that Lindsay Duncan will guest star in the 2nd of the 4 2009 Doctor Who specials. "I'm thrilled to be involved in Doctor Who," said Lindsay. "I've never done anything like this before and I'm really looking forward to working with David Tennant and the Doctor Who team." Executive Producer and writer Russell T Davies said: "Lindsay is an incredibly talented actress and I've been an admirer of her work for some time. We are delighted to announce that she will be joining the team and playing the Doctor's most strong-minded companion yet."

Production of the episode will start in Spring and is written by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford, and will be produced by Nikki Smith.

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Monday, 16 February 2009

Tennant Tapes 2

David Tennant has recorded a few more clips for the 2nd "Tennant Tapes" on his return to filming Doctor Who. This covers his first night shooting Planet of the Dead, at night.. in rain.. in a closed down Butetown Tunnel.. You can watch the video here, or see the index of videos here.

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Saturday, 14 February 2009

Children of Time

A new Doctor Who sticker book called "Children of Time" will be out in May this year by BBC Books. However, just a cover has been released, no synopsis or anything.

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Friday, 13 February 2009

SJA Special for Red Nose Day

A brand new mini-adventure with the Sarah Jane & Co, will air on the BBC Red Nose Day for the Comic Relief appeal. Comedian, Ronnie Corbett will guest star in the special written by Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman with the return of K9 and an old enemy. It will be on 13th March.

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Doctor Who In Dubai

Some of the Doctor Who crew flew to Dubai to shoot some scenes for the upcoming special, Planet of the Dead. Some pictures was posted on the official site which you can see here. You can also see them below.

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More Torchwood Teasers

A video has been submitted recorded from this year's ComicCon in New York about Torchwood: Children Of Earth.

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The Dalek Project

A new Doctor Who graphic novel has some details released by BBC Books. It is called "The Dalek Project". It is written by Justin Richards and Mike Collins, and will be out in September. 

The first in a stunning new series of epic Graphic Novels from BBC Books, featuring the Doctor as played by David Tennant in the hit series from BBC Television.

1917: The Great War is at its fiercest and most terrible. But things are about to get even worse... When the Doctor arrives at Helicombe Hall in England he discovers a house full of mystery. There are locked doors and forbidden rooms, dustsheets cover guilty secrets, the maid Mary Carter is scared of the ghosts... And that's before Corporal Anderson finds the end of his muddy corpse-filled trench ends in the drawing room. Armaments manufacturer Lord Hellcombe has a new secret weapon he believes will win the war. But when the Doctor witnesses the final demonstration he begins to realise how much danger everyone is in. Because Lord Hellcombe claims to have invented the Dalek. Except, of course, that nothing is quite what it seems. The Doctor and his new friends must draw on every type of early 20th century technology and every element of human ingenuity and bravery if they are to discover the truth and to survive. If they are to prevent the entire Western Front of World War One from becoming part of The Dalek Project.

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Monday, 9 February 2009

And The Winner Goes To...

Noel Clarke!

Ex-Doctor Who star and for his movies Kidulthood and Adulthood, Noel Clarke was named the winner of the Orange Rising Star award at the BAFTA ceremony on the 8th. He also wrote an episode of Torchwood for series 1 called "Combat". He has already acted, written and directed.

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Friday, 6 February 2009

Torchwood: Children of Earth - First Look!

At the ComicCon Sci-Fi Convention, a trailer for Torchwood: Children of Earth was broadcast...! If you have'nt seen it already, or just want to relive the moment, you can see it below

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Darksmith Legacy Book 5

The cover and synopsis of book 5 of the 10-part series, The Darksmith Legacy was released.. a while ago called The Vampire of Paris. It is written by Stephen Cole, it will be out by 30th April. The synopsis and cover is below:
The Doctor and his new companion, Gisella have escaped the robot Agent and the rampaging Dreadbringers. The Doctor, more than ever, wants the Crystal destroyed and must find the Crystal's creator, Varlos. But Varlos has been dead for years. The Doctor and Gisella must travel back in time to Paris to find clues to Varlos' whereabouts. Will they find him in time or will the Darksmiths finally capture the Doctor?

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Doctor Who Magazine 405

Issue 405 of Doctor Who Magazine was released on Thursday for £3.99. Also, I haven't been able to post much lately so..

Issue 405 includes a look on the variations of the Whoniverse Earth and our Earth, an interview with the 2nd ever Doctor Who producer - Susie Liggat, The Fact of Fiction on The Planet of Evil, The Time Team look at Rememberance of the Daleks, part 3 of The Stockbridge Child called Day of the Lokhus, Production Notes, Gallifrey Guardian, DVD Review, Audio Review, The DWM Review and Who On Earth is Lizo Mzimba!

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Sunday, 1 February 2009

The Ultimate Monster Guide

The cover and synopsis for a new Doctor Who reference book has been released. It is called The Ultimate Monster Guide and is written by Justin Richards, who written the "Aliens and Enemies" book, "Monsters and Villains", "Creatures and Demons", "Starships and Spacestations", books 1, 4, 7 and 10 of the Darksmith Legacy series, and finally the Doctor Who Files series. It's an encyclopedia of the Doctor's enemies since his 1st body. The book will be released on 8th June for £14.99 and includes 352 pages.

For The Ultimate Monster Guide, Doctor Who historian Justin Richards has completely revised and updated entries from his first three bestselling reference books - and included a wealth of new material from both the current and the classic series - to create the most comprehensive guide to the Doctor's enemies ever published. From Adipose and Autons to Zarbi and Zygons, this guide tells you everything you need to know about the many dastardly creatures the Doctor has fought over the 46 years since he first appeared on television. The Guide also includes behind the scenes secrets of how the monsters were created, as well as design drawings and images. Find out how the Cybermen were designed over the years, and how Davros was resurrected to lead his Daleks once again. Discover the computer magic that made the Beast possible, and the make-up wizardry that created the Weeping Angels. Learn how many incarnations of the Master the Doctor has encountered, and which other misguided Time Lords he has defeated... Lavishly illustrated with photos and artwork throughout, The Ultimate Monster Guide is essential reading for all travellers in time and space!

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