Thursday, 30 April 2009
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Tuesday, 28 April 2009
Issue 408 includes interviews with David Tennant and Michelle Ryan, a brand-new comic strip, The Age of Ice, by Daniel McDaid and artwork by Martin Geraghty, a look at the 2nd Doctor, The Time Team look at 1988's Silver Nemesis, a look at Planet of the Dead's set report, The Fact of Fiction examins the 1st Doctor's The Celestial Toymaker from 1966, and Production Notes, You Are Not Alone, Gallifrey Guardian, Previews, Galaxy Forum, Reviews, a competition for Doctor Who DVD's, books and CD's, and Who On Earth Is...
Monday, 27 April 2009
Friday, 24 April 2009
- A Cold Day in Hell!
- The Crossroads of Time
- Claws of the Klathi!
- Culture Shock!
- Planet of the Dead
- Echoes of the Mogor!
- Time and Tide
- Follow that TARDIS!
- Invaders from Gantac!
No more information is currently available.
Sunday, 19 April 2009
Saturday, 18 April 2009
Friday, 17 April 2009
What can you tell us about the third series of Torchwood?
"I can tell you that Jack and the team find themselves in a completely different environment to what they're used to. Jack's past comes back to haunt him and the present team. It all sort of backfires on him and he has to clean up the mess that he and the government make."
What do you make of the new format?
"It's a series of five episodes spread over a week. Personally, if it comes back for series four, I'd like to do more episodes. But we had to do something that created an impact when we moved to BBC One. It's like we're always under a test and I wish at some point they'd go 'you're fine! Stay where you are!' and that's what I'm looking forward to. But again, it depends on the audience."
Can we expect to see you back in Doctor Who to bid farewell to David Tennant?
"Jack will always return to the Tardis if the Doctor's in need – to help save the planet or conquer an alien race trying to invade. That's all I can say! You know how secretive we are about all of that. Personally, as John, I would love to go back. If I'm asked, I'll be there in a second."
You can read the whole interview here.
Torchwood: Children of Earth will air over 1 week, later this year.
- Best Drama Series / Serial for Television: Phil Collinson
- Best Director Of Photography: Drama: Rory Taylor for Silence in the Library
- Best Sound: Doctor Who Sound Team for Midnight
- Best Editor: Phillip Kloss for Midnight
- Best Make-Up: Barbara Southcott for The Next Doctor
- Best Screenwriter: Russell T Davies for Midnight
- Best Original Music Soundtrack: Murray Gold for Midnight
- Best Director: Film/Drama: Euros Lyn for Silence in the Library
- Best Interactive: Rob Francis for the Doctor Who official site's interactive offering
Torchwood recieved 2 nominations which are:
- Best Design: Edward Thomas for Adrift
- Best Costume: Ray Holman for From out of the Rain
Thursday, 16 April 2009
On Sunday, John Barrowman, along with Keith Allen will also be on Chris Moyles Quiz Night, on Channel 4 at 10pm.
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Bionic Woman and Merlin star Michelle Ryan plays the mysterious Lady Christina de Souza who joins the Doctor on a bus-trip which takes a very unexpected detour into danger. British comedy star Lee Evans also joins the cast playing a character called Malcolm whose life becomes connected to the Doctor's under extraordinary circumstances and Noma Dumezweni returns as Captain Erisa Magambo - last seen helping Rose and Donna save the world in Turn Left.
It is due to be on sale by 29th June for £15.99. It will be released on Blu-ray, but no details are currently available.
Tuesday, 14 April 2009
Monday, 13 April 2009
The usual Doctor Who episode will be on at 8:00 (New Earth).
Sunday, 12 April 2009
The official site also added some other videos that include the full episode Planet of the Dead, the full episode of Confidential Desert Storm, The Waters of Mars trailer, Making the Tritivores, The Big Questions: Michelle Ryan, David Ames video diary and the rest of the Tennant Tapes.