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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.

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Monday, 31 August 2009

Greatest Moments: Companions Overnight Ratings

BARB has released the unofficial overnight ratings for Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Companions, which aired last Thursday on BBC Three at 8pm. It was watched by 290,000 viewers, with 1.5% share of the total television audience. and was the 16th most watched programme of the day. The official figures will be released next Sunday.

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Sunday, 30 August 2009

Catherine Tate Wins Best Actress

This years results from the Airlock Alpha Portal awards have been released. Catherine Tate won "Best Actress on Television" for her role as Donna in Doctor Who. David Tennant was the runner-up for "Best Actor on Television" behind Jensen Ackles from Supernatural. The episode Turn Left was the runner-up for "Best Episode for Television" behind the episode "Monster at the End of This Book" in Supernatural. Billie Piper was the runner-up for "Best Guest Star for Television" behind Alan Tudyk, who guest starred in the episode "Omega" from Dollhouse. Thomas Knight (Luke Smith) was nominated for "Best Young Actor" but lost out to Thomas Dekker from The Sarah Connor Chronicles. You can see the full list of the results here.

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Sarah Jane Adventures Site Updated

The BBC official site for the Sarah Jane Adventures has been updated. It has a new layout with new and old features including Episodes, Characters, Aliens, Fun & Games and The Attic. In Fun & Games, it features the games made for the series 2 episodes as well as the new Trailer Maker. You can visit the newly designed site, here.

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Saturday, 29 August 2009

More Villains Return *SPOILERS!*

More news has been released for Series 5 of Doctor Who, thanks to Alun. Vega. who caught some of the filming yesterday. It reveals that the Daleks are returning to Doctor Who, despite Steven Moffat claiming that they wouldn't.

As far as I can tell, the story so far is that Bill Patersons character is some kind of Professor, a boffin working for Churchill during WW2. He believes hes invented the Daleks as a new super-weapon, though hes a bit fuzzy on how the idea came to him. The Daleks are stringing the Professor along, playing docile and very British.

Dalek: Would you care for some tea?

Churchill doesn't care where the Professor's "ironclads" came from, only that they have the potential to defeat the Nazis and win the war.

Churchill: Death to our enemies, Death to the 3rd Reich!
The Doctor: Yes, yes, and death to everyone else too.

The Doctor is trying to convince the Professor and Churchill not to unleash the Daleks, but they're not taking him seriously (possibly because he seems implausibly young?) hence his growing frustration and anger, as he turns on the playing-it-innocent Daleks:

The Doctor: I sent you back into the void. I saved the whole of reality from you. I am the Doctor, and you are the DALEKS!

The Professor (Bill Paterson) seems to warm to Amy, as they're both Scottish. I believe the Professor says: "Are you from the Islands?" Very sweet.

My reading of this line is, he seems not only to be trying to convince Churchill and the Professor of the Daleks true nature, but also reminding himself of who he is: the Doctor!


You can listen to the Dalek line here, and the Doctor's line, here. And some pictures from filming, here.

I wasn't bugging them! I was simply standing in the stairwell above where they were recording. There is a open (caged) lift shaft - seen in Love & Monsters - and the sound carried upwards when the actors shouted, as Matt did here. So if you think Matt doesn't sound so good, you know why, the BBC recording will be far superior!

Thanks very much for Alun. Vega. for the report.

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Greatest Moments: The Enemies Exclusive Clip

The BBC official Doctor Who site has released an exclusive clip from the Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Enemies, which will take a look at the villains in Doctor Who. You can read more about the special, here.



Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Enemies will air next Thursday (3rd September) at 8pm on BBC Three for an hour.

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Thursday, 27 August 2009

Sarah Jane Adventures Air Date Revealed

Digital Spy has revealed the broadcast date for the third series of Sarah Jane Adventures. It says that the first episode will air on Thursday the 15th October on BBC One, with Prisoner of the Judoon. The time has not yet been revealed.

Thanks to Digital Spy for the news. Click here for original post.

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Greatest Moments: Companions Exclusive Clip

The BBC official Doctor Who site has released an exclusive clip from the Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Companions, which will take a look at the Doctor's companions. You can read more about the special, here.



Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Companions will air today, at 8pm on BBC Three for an hour.

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Wednesday, 26 August 2009

The Sarah Jane Adentures Series 2 DVD

The cover and details of the Sarah Jane Adventures series 2 DVD has been released. It includes 3 discs with the 6 stories (12 episodes) in the series, and interviews with cast and crew, Season synopses for all stories, Investigating Tools – a gadget glossary, Quiz with special footage prize, Character and alien profiles, Photo gallery, Audio clips, UK TV spots and Trailers. You can see the cover and synopsis below:


Life on Earth can be an adventure too! Get ready for more danger, mystery and wonder as incomparable Sarah Jane Smith returns for a second series of the spectacular, thrilling children's drama from the makers of Doctor Who and Torchwood! When Sarah's adopted son, Luke, first became part of Sarah Jane's life, he encountered a world of adventure - not just of dangerous aliens bent on invasion and destruction, but also an amazing world of wonder and excitement which showed him that the universe really is an amazing place. This is something that Sarah Jane is keen to keep from Bannerman Road, and Series Two's newest addition, fourteen-year-old Rani Chandra and her parents Gita and Haresh. But sparky Rani is a wannabe journalist and, like Sarah Jane, is not the type to let a mystery go unsolved!

It is due to be released on the 9th November (In UK and Ireland) and 10th November (US) for the RRP of £19.99. Thanks to UGO TV Blog for the news.

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The Dalek Collection Cover and Details

2|Entertain have released the cover and details for The Dalek Collection DVD. It will feature the episodes: Dalek, Bad Wolf, The Parting of the Ways, Daleks in Manhattan, Evolution of the Daleks, The Stolen Earth and Journey's End. It also includes an exclusive interview with David Tennant and a special Doctor Who Confidential episodes looking at the Daleks. You can see the cover below:


It is due to be released in the 19th October at the RRP of £15.65 in the UK and Ireland.

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Monday, 24 August 2009

First Sarah Jane Adventures Picture!

Excluding the Doctor and Sarah Jane picture obviously. Anyway, the first Promotional Picture for series 3 of The Sarah Jane Adventures has been leaked. Hopefully, more will come over the next few weeks coming up to the series. It is rumoured to start late September, and will have 6 stories of 2 episodes each. You can read about the episode titles for the series, here.


Thanks to SarahJane.TV for the news.

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Sunday, 23 August 2009

Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Enemies

The BBC have announced that third new Greatest Moments documentary will be called Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Enemies. It will look at the Doctor's enemies and will have interviews with the shows cast and crew.

It will broadcast on the 4th September at 8pm on BBC Three and will run for an hour.

Don't forget to watch the second of the 3 next Thursday that will be about the companions of the Doctor.

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The End of Time

The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine (Issue 412) which was released on Thursday, reveals that the final Doctor Who episode of 2009 is called "The End of Time", after weeks of speculation from the recent Comic Con trailer. It also reveals that Timothy Dalton will appear as "The Narrator".
It will broadcast at Christmas this year. The 2-part story is written by Russell T Davies, is directed by Euros Lyn and produced by Tracie Simpson. Part 1 will be 60minutes long, and part 2 (The End of Time) wil be 75 minutes long, and will introduce the 11th Doctor, played by Matt Smith.

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Friday, 21 August 2009

Greatest Moments: The Doctor Overnight Ratings

BARB has released the unofficial overnight ratings for Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Doctor, which aired yesterday on BBC Three at 8pm. It was watched by 400,000 viewers, and was the 6th most watched programme of the day. The official figures will be released in 10 days.

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Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3 Titles

The most recent issue of Doctor Who Magazine, which was released on Thursday reveales the 6 story titles for 12 episodes of series 3 of the Sarah Jane Adventures. The series stars Elizabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, Tommy Knight as Luke Smith, Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer, Aniji Mohindra as Rani Chandra, Alexander Armstrong as the voice of Mr. Smith, and John Leeson as the voice of K9. You can see them below:
  • 3.1, 3.2 Prisoner of the Judoon (Written by Phil Ford)
  • 3.3/4 The Mad Woman in the Attic (Written by Joseph Lidster)
  • 3.5/6 The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith (Written by Gareth Roberts)
  • 3.7/8 The Eternity Trap (Written by Phil Ford)
  • 2.9/10 Mona Lisa's Revenge (Written by Phil Ford)
  • 3.11/12 The Gift (Written by Rupert Laight)
Brian Dooley was earlier reported to write an episode, but no more information has been released about it. Episodes 9 and 10 feature Mona Lisa, played by Surrane Jones, and Jeff Rawle will also feature in the series. David Tennant was also previosly revealed to star as the Doctor in The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, K9 will make a full appearence throughout the series, voiced by John Leeson, and for the first time, the series will be in High Definition.

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Doctor Who: Dreamland News

The BBC official Doctor Who site has been updated with new features, including a new Dreamland Blog. You can visit the blog, here. There is a video on the page of Russell T Davies introducing the new animated 6-part story, and the new blog. The story will have the voice cast of David Tennant as the Doctor, Georgia Moffet as Cassie Rice and David Warner as the Viperox. Below, is the first image of Dreamland.

The site recently released the synopsis for the story, which you can read below:

Roswell, Nevada. The dusty strip of desert where nothing ever grows except alien legends and strange stories about flying saucers... The TARDIS touches down in 1958 and another legend is about to be born!

The Press Release for the story has also been released by the BBC Press Office here, which you can read below:

The BBC today releases the first image of the animated Doctor as he will appear in the new animation, Dreamland, which is due for broadcast later this year.

The six-part series will be premièred via the BBC Red Button on BBC One and the Doctor Who website (bbc.co.uk/doctorwho).

The 45-minute long animation will be broadcast in its entirety on CBBC on BBC Two this autumn and also on the BBD HD channel.

Written by Phil Ford (Doctor Who, Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures) Dreamland will see the Doctor - played by David Tennant - arrive at the infamous alien hot spot, Roswell.

During a visit to a local diner he stumbles upon a mysterious alien artifact that leads him on a mission to rescue Rivesh Mantilax from the threat of the Viperox and the clutches of the American military.

Joining David Tennant will be Georgia Moffett (Doctor Who, Spooks) in the role of Cassie Rice - the Doctor's new animated companion.

David Warner (Wallander, Hogfather) also stars as the leader of the ruthless Viperox.

In the run-up to the animation, fans will be able to visit the Doctor Who webste (bbc.co.uk/doctorwho) to follow a behind-the-scenes production blog on the making of Dreamland, giving the oppotunity to follow the progress of the animation as it develops.

Dreamland was commissioned by the BBC Drama Multiplatform and will be produced for the BBC by Brighton-based animation company Littleloud.

It is being executive produced by Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Peirs Wenger, with Gary Russell as director.

Russell T Davies said: "Dreamland is a remarkable project and I'm thrilled with it. Phil Ford is a wonderful writer and promises to send the Doctor into a whole new visual dimension."

Rosie Allimonos, BBC Drama Multiplatform Commissioner, said: "I'm extremely exited about Dreamland. It presents an amazing oppotunity to expand the multiplatform storytelling potential of Doctor Who."

"To offer the ability to watch this brand new Doctor Who animation on so many different BBC platform is a real treat for our audience."

Richard Deverell, Controller, BBC Children;s said: "This is a wonderful addition to the already fantastic portfolio of CBBC programming. Having talent like Russell T Davies and Phil Ford at the helm of this project will no doubt ensure it captures the imagination of the CBBC viewers."

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Thursday, 20 August 2009

Torchwood Yearbook 2010

Titan have released the cover and details for the Official Torchwood Magazine Yearbook 2010 which is for the second series of the show. You can see the cover for the Yearbook, synopsis and details for it's release.

"Torchwood" is an action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled sci-fi series following the adventures of a team of investigators, working for the secret organisation Torchwood, who use scavenged alien technology to solve present day crime - both alien and human. The team, led by the enigmatic, ever-watchful Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman reprising his "Doctor Who" role in this spin-off from the legendary series), are separate from the government, outside the police and beyond the United Nations. This full-color companion to the show contains behind the scenes secrets, cast and crew interviews and "Torchwood" short stories!


The Official Torchwood Magazine Yearbook 2010 is due to be released on the 22nd September at the RRP of £7.99. It's currently only in hardback and contains 96 pages.

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Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Torchwood Magazine Issue 17

The cover and some details of Torchwood Magazine Issue 17 has been released by Titan. You can see the Torchwood Magazine's official site, within the Titan site, here. This issue includes a new interview with the creator of Torchwood, Russell T Davies, and it also features a farewell to Ianto, behind-the-scenes features on the 456, new fiction, a look back at series 1's Random Shoes, and much more.


Russell on… Children Of Earth

"The idea of children stopping and saying, 'We are coming' had been with me for a very long time. Back in 1992 or 1993, I'd come up with something that had a lot of the same elements, but it never went anywhere. It was called The Landlords, because the alien race appeared as if they had always owned the Earth. What happens in episode five of Torchwood is another separate drama that I'd always had in my head as a possible six-parter, but as Children Of Earth started to develop, I thought, there's no point in just sitting on that idea – that's a great ending to this Torchwood story!"

Russell on… Ianto

"It's not as if we said, 'Let's kill Ianto! That will be fun!' I think Ianto's wonderful, and I think Gareth is wonderful, but if they all came out of Children Of Earth unscathed, it would just be so unlikely. Jack needed to be bitter and lost, and I think he needed Ianto's death to allow him to take that action in episode five."

Russell on… the future of Torchwood


"I could write you scene one of series four right now. I've got vague stories, and I know where you'd find Gwen and Rhys, and their baby, and Jack, and I know how you'd go forward with a new form of Torchwood."

Russell on… going to America

"It will literally be like starting from scratch. Nobody knows who I am out there, and it's a great chance for me to learn from them. The attitudes towards drama there are very different, and their outlook is more professional. Frank Cottrell Boyce once said that British writers are essentially amateur and they want to go home or go to the pub, but in America they can't wait to go in to the office."

Russell on… having his middle initial as the Torchwood logo

"Ha! That honeycomb logo was designed for Doctor Who first of all, and it had never occurred to me until now that it's my middle initial! Now you've pointed it out, I'm horrified people will think it's a huge ego trip! I don't even think of that 'T' as part of my name. I never use it. When I introduce myself to people, I'm Russell Davies – the 'T' is just on screen. So that's horrific – my name is Russell Torchwood Davies!"

Issue 17 of Torchwood Magazine will be released this Thursday for £4.99.

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Monday, 17 August 2009

Torchwood: The Encyclopedia

BBC Books have released the cover and details for the upcoming Torchwood Encyclopedia. It has an A-Z guide to everything in the Doctor Who spin-off. You can see the synopsis and cover below:

Founded by Queen Victoria in 1879, the Torchwood Institute has been defending Great Britain from the alien hordes for 130 years. Though London's Torchwood One was destroyed during the Battle of Canary Wharf, the small team at Torchwood Three have continued to monitor the space-time Rift that runs through Cardiff, saving the world and battling for the future of the human race.

Now you can discover every fact and figure, explore every crack in time, and encounter every creature that Torchwood have dealt with. Included here are details of: The secret of the Children of Earth; Operatives from Alice Guppy to Gwen Cooper; Extraterrestrial visitors from Arcateenians to Weevils; The life and deaths of Captain Jack Harkness, and much more. Illustrated throughout with photos and artwork from all three series, this A-Z guide provides everything you need to know about Torchwood.


Torchwood: The Encyclopedia is written by Gary Russell and is due to be released on the 15th of October for at the RRP of £14.99 in the UK and Ireland. It will be published by BBC Books and Random House in hardback and contains 192 pages.

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Doctor Who Magaine 112

The cover for issue 412 of Doctor Who Magazine is now released on Facebook by the DWM editors. The Magazine will be out on 20th August for £3.99.




Issue 412 includes the rest of the interview with Tom Baker, The Fact of Fiction look at 1974's Robot, a look at the new BBC Audio series Hornets' Nest with the return of Tom Baker as the 4th Doctor, The Watcher's Guide to the 6th Doctor, The Time Team look at 1989's The Curse of Fenric, an interview with Nicola Bryant who played Peri, the first part of the new comic The Deep Hereafter, exclusive filming images of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan filming for series 5 and Production Notes, Gallifrey Guardian, Previews, reviews and Galaxy Forum.

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Sunday, 16 August 2009

Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Companions

The BBC have announced that a new Doctor Who Confidential episode will be shown, called Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Companions. It will look at the Doctor's companions and their greatest moments and will have interviews with the shows cast and crew.

It will broadcast on the 27th August at 8pm on BBC Three and will run for an hour. You can read about the first of the "Greatest Moments" series, here.

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The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead DVD

2|Entertain have revealed that they will be releasing a DVD containing the 2 most recent Doctor Who episodes, Planet of the Dead (this year's Easter special) and The Next Doctor (2008 Christmas special). No special features for the bix set have been revealed.

It is due to be released on the 7th December with a RRP of £19.99.

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Complete Doctor Who Box Set

2|Entertain have revealed that they will be publishing a new Complete Doctor Who DVD Box Set containing all 4 series' of Doctor Who, and all the Doctor Who Confidential episodes, and all of the special features on the original box sets. It is due to be released on the 26th of October with a RRP of £89.99 in the UK and Ireland.

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Monday, 10 August 2009

Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Doctor

The BBC have announced that a new Doctor Who Confidential will be shown, called Doctor Who Greatest Moments: The Doctor. It will have a look at the Doctor's greatest moments and will have interviews with David Tennant (the Doctor), John Barrowman (Captain Jack), David Morrissey (Jackson Lake), and Mark Gatiss (Professor Lazarus, and wrote The Unquiet Dead The Idiot's Lantern and wrote and directed the Big Finish Audio Invaders from Mars).

It will broadcast on the 20th August at 8pm on BBC Three. No doubt more "Doctor Who Greatest Moments" will be shown for different characters.

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Sunday, 9 August 2009

Complete Torchwood Box Set

2|Entertain have revealed that they will be publishing a new Complete Torchwood DVD Box Set containing all 3 series' of Torchwood, featuring John Barrowman, Eve Myles, Burn Gorman, Naoko Mori, Gareth-David Lloyd and Kai Owen.

It is due to be released on the 26th October for an RRP of £59.99 in the UK and Ireland.

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The Dalek Collection

2|Entertain have revealed that they will be publishing a new "The Dalek Collection" DVD box set. 2|Entertain haven’t confirmed which stories will be included, but The Dalek Collection is rumoured to feature Dalek, Bad Wolf, The Parting of the Ways, Army of Ghosts, Doomsday, Daleks in Manhattan, Evolution of the Daleks and The Stolen Earth, Journey’s End. It will also contain an exclusive edition of Doctor Who Confidential about the Daleks.

It is due to be released on the 19th October for an RRP of £15.99.

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The Writer's Tale - 2nd Edition

BBC Books and Random House have revealed that they will be publishing a 2nd edition of The Writer's Tale. The first edition, featured a collection of emails exchanged between Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook during the production of Series 4. The second edition will be similar, only it will be during the production of the 4 2009 specials and The Next Doctor. It will also have a look at the first 3 series. You can read the synopsis below:

When The Writer's Tale was published in autumn 2008, it was immediately embraced as a classic. For this extensively revised and updated paperback edition, Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook continue their candid and in-depth correspondence to take in work on the last of Russell's 2009 specials — and the end of David Tennant's era as The Doctor — while also looking back to the achievements of the first three seasons. With over 300 pages of all-new material, including new photos and original artwork, The Writer's Tale is a fitting tribute to Russell T Davies' phenomenal achievement in bringing Doctor Who back for a new generation of fans.


It is due to be released on the 21st January 2010, in paperback for an RRP of £14.99.

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Thursday, 6 August 2009

Doctor Who: The Official Annual 2010 Released

The Doctor Who Official Annual 2010 was released into shops today from BBC Books and Penguin Boooks. You can read the synopsis and see the cover below:

This official Doctor Who annual is the perfect gift for any budding Time Lord. Packed with exclusive comics, stories, features and activities, the Doctor Who Annual is the one book no fan should be without!


It is in hardback, with 64 pages for an RRP of £7.99.

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Wednesday, 5 August 2009

The Bad Wolf TV August Award!

Many thanks to The Bad Wolf TV (Rhianna) for awarding Whoviavortex it's 8th award! The site was awarded "Special Blog". Click here to view the results and here for the site home.


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Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Doctor Who: Guide to Alien Armies (And 400th Post!)

The BBC have released the cover and details about the upcoming Doctor Who: Guide to Alien Armies book box. It has 3 separate books in the box, with 3 sticker sheets. It has an RRP of £5.99 and is due to be released on the 1st October. It's publishers are Penguin and BBC Books, and contains 96 pages altogether. You can see the box cover and one page from each of the individual books below:



In other news, this is Whoviavortex' 400th post! So.. yeah, hooray!

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The Doctor Who Files Collectors Edition

BBC Books have released the cover and details about the upcoming Doctor Who Files Collectors Edition. It will include the following Doctor Who Files: The Doctor, Rose, The Slitheen, The Sycorax, Mickey, K9, The Daleks, The Cybermen, Martha, Captain Jack, The Cult of Skaro, The TARDIS, The Sontarans and The Ood. The Doctor Who Files Collectors Edition contains 496 pages of old and new material and will be released across the United Kingdom and Ireland on the 1st October at a RRP of £30.00. You can see the cover below, including one of the interior pages.



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Monday, 3 August 2009

Hurricane Who Convention

From 30th October to November 1st, there will be a Doctor Who and Torchwood conventon called Hurricane Who in Orlando, Florida and is set in the heart of Central Florida's Tourist Area.

Guests include:
  • Gareth David-Lloyd - "Ianto Jones", Torchwood
  • Louise Jameson - "Leela", Doctor Who
  • India Fisher - "Charley Pollard", Big Finish Productions
  • Rob Shearman - writer
  • Simon Guerrier - writer
  • Jason Haigh-Ellery - Big Finish Productions
  • Tony Lee - writer, IDW Comics
  • Tammy Garrison - writer, Torchwood Babiez
  • Steve Roberts - Restoration Team
  • Toby Hadoke - Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf

Events will include:

  • Fan Panels
  • Autograph Sessions
  • Interviews
  • Q&A
  • Special Performance of "Moths Ate the Doctor Who Scarf"
  • Fury from the Deep End Pool Party
  • Midnight Masquerade on Halloween Night
  • A Limited Attendance Convention Launch Party on Thursday night featuring "The Wake of Ianto Jones"

For more information, visit the Hurricane Who website, here.

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Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3 News

The latest issue of SFX magazine includes an interview with Nikki Smith, the producer of The Sarah Jane Adventures. She reveals that the Slitheen are returning in the final story, along with their cousins, the Blathareen. The Trickster is returning, and the Judoon will also be in it looking for a an arrested reptilian Veil called Androvax who escaped from a Judoon life carrier that crash landed to Earth.

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Sunday, 2 August 2009

2009 Special's Finale Broadcast Length

Russell T Davies, writer and executive producer of Doctor Who, has revealed the length of the 10th Doctor's final episode. He revealed it to be 1 hour and 15 minutes long. It's tag lined from the recent Comic Con trailer "The End of Time" and rumours suggest that it could be the title, but Russell T Davies also stated that it could be called "Nightmare Reigns". This is the last story of David Tennant's Doctor, and the last written by Russell T Davies and produced by Julie Gardner who have been in Doctor Who since it's revival in 2005.

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Saturday, 1 August 2009

New Doctor Who 24 Updated Awards!

Many thanks to New Doctor Who 24 Updated for giving Whoviavortex it's 7th award! The site was awarded "Most Updated Doctor Who Site". Click here to view the results, with the other winners. Also, Whoviavortex' partner site, Planet-Express was given an award! It was for "Coolest Site".


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