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.


Wednesday, 30 December 2009

SJA Series 4 Confirmed

Russell T Davies confirmed the next series of The Sarah Jane Adventures The Radio Documentary about Doctor Who, "Who on Who?" which broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday. The series is in pre-production and is expected to air in Autumn. You can listen to Who on Who? on iPlayer, here (available until next Tuesday).

Thanks to Vortex for the news.

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Saturday, 26 December 2009

The End of Time, Part Two Previews

The End of Time, Part One broadcast yesterday and included a trailer for Part Two after. A TV Trailer is also showing and an exclusive clip was released on the official Doctor Who site. You can watched them all on the official site, here, and below. Obviously, they contain spoilers.

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The End of Time, Part One Overnight Ratings

BARB has released the unofficial overnight ratings for The End of Time, Part One, which aired last night at 6pm. It gained 10 million viewers on BBC One and another 340,000 on BBC HD, making a total of 10.34 million. It was the third most watched programme of the day, behind Eastenders and The Royal Family, and had a total television audience of 42.2%. Doctor Who Confidential, Lords and Masters got 0.58 million on BBC Three.

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Friday, 25 December 2009

Merry Christmas!

It's Christmas Day 2009! The End of Time starts tonight on BBC One and BBC HD at 6pm, and a lot of other festive telly will also be on. Remember to see the Xmas day advent calendar, which you can visit above. There's just one thing left to say:
Merry Christmas!!

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Saturday, 19 December 2009

Doctor Who Mini Mag Special

Today, (19th) The Daily Mirror featured a free Doctor Who Mini Magazine about The 10th Doctor, from the editors of Doctor Who Adventures.It features a profile on the character, past Christmas Specials, a preview on The End of Time, a poster of the Doctor and villains, Top 10 Tenth Doctor Moments, Who Says, with quotes from The Doctor, the Ten Doctors, and the 11th, and a list of The Tenth Doctor's Adventures. You can see the cover for the magazine below:

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K9 Episode Titles Revealed

Street and Wall Entertainment has released the episode titles for the first 13 episodes of the Doctor Who spin-off K9, featuring the robot dog. Visit the Street and Wall Entertainment website's K9 page here.

1. Regeneration
2. Liberation
3. The Korven
4. The Bounty Hunter
5. Sirens of Ceres
6. Fear Itself
7. Fall of the House of Gryffen
8. Jaws of Orthrus
9. Dreameaters
10. The Curse of Anubis
11. Oroborus
12. Alien Avatar
13. Aeolian

There are 26 episodes altogether in the first series, but only the first 13 has been revealed.

The pilot, "Regeneration" aired on the 31st October, the rest of the series will air early 2010.

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Friday, 18 December 2009

New TV Trailer!

Another new trailer has been released! This is a TV trailer, airing across BBC Channels and features some new (and awesome) clips from The End of Time, which will air at Christmas.

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The End of Time Teasers

Digital Spy has released the usual 10 teasers for part 1 of The End of Time. You can read them here. You can also read them below, by highlighting the area. The last 2 you can catch on the Digital Spy page. Spoilers Ahead..

  • The first line of the episode? "It is said that in the final days of planet Earth, everyone had bad dreams."
  • Continuing the Children In Need scene, where The Doctor is in the cave with The Ood, he sees visions of The Master, Joshua Naismith... and Wilf.
  • The Master's resurrection is preposterous. Absolutely preposterous. Lucy Saxon - incarcerated after the events of 'The Last of the Time Lords' - plays a key part in the process. And she has such lovely lipstick.
  • We don't have to wait too long before The Master and The Doctor come face-to-face for their Star Wars-esque battle. Other films getting small nods in 'Part One' include Jaws 2 (thump thump) and The Matrix.
  • Joshua Naismith, an idiot and a fool, wants Harold Saxon The Master to do something for him.
  • There's an awful lot of Wilf in this episode. Not too much Donna to start with, although we find out what she's been doing with her life while The Doctor's been absent. And she's still very special.
  • POTUS!
  • Random words from the script: "cactus" (Wilf), "shimmer" (Doctor), "coincidence" (TV), "so hungry" (Master), "...new man goes sauntering away" (Doctor).
The End of Time, Part One will air on BBC One on Christmas Day at 6pm.

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Torchwood Magazine 19

Torchwood Magazine Issue 19 has been released by Titan last Thursday for £4.99. You can see the Torchwood Magazine's official site, within the Titan site, here. This issue includes a bumper interview with Gwen Cooper actress, Eve Myles, Ian Gelder, Katy Wix, Rhodri Lewis and Tom Price.the results of a Children of Earth survey from Issue 17, The Hub, 2009 Review, Concept Corner, Boom Town, Children of Earth: Day by Day, Close Call and an episode guide of Combat by Noel Clarke.

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Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Another New Clip

A new clip of The End of Time was released on Monday on STV. It features the Master attacking the Doctor... Watch below!!! The End of Time will be on BBC One in 9 days!! Don't forget to count down with our Advent Calendar.

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Never Mind the Buzzcocks Doctor Who Special

There will be a Doctor Who special of the panel quiz show Never Mind The Buzzcocks tonight. It will feature David Tennant as the guest host, with Doctor Who actors Catherine Tate and Bernard Cribbins as team guests. Jo Whiley and Jamie Cullum also guest star.

Don't miss Never Mind The Buzzcocks at 10:00pm on BBC Two.

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Saturday, 12 December 2009

The Gift Official Ratings

The official ratings for the last story of The Sarah Jane Adventures series 3, The Gift has been released. Part 1 had 0.95 million viewers and part 2 had 0.89 million viewers, both with 7% of the total television audience. The 2 episodes aired on the 19th and 20th of November.

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Friday, 11 December 2009

BBC Breakfast The End of Time Clip

This norming on BBC Breakfast, June Whitfield was interviewed, who plays Minnie Hooper in The End of Time. They showed a hilarious new clip with her, David Tennant, Bernard Cribbins and a whole bunch of actors. Watch it below:

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Tuesday, 8 December 2009

The End of Time Clip

ITV's Loose Women yesterday interviewed Bernard Cribbins, who plays Wilf on The End of Time. It includes new clip from Part 1 with Wilf in the Tardis with the Doctor. You can watch it below.

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Saturday, 5 December 2009

Doctor Who Magazine 416

The cover for issue 416 of Doctor Who Magazine is now released on Facebook by the DWM editors. The Magazine is a 84 page bumper edition and will be out on 10th December for the increased price of £4.99.

It includes an interview of David Tennant, John Simm and Bernard Cribbins, a massive preview of The End of Time, the last Production Notes from Russell T Davies, The Watcher's Guide to The Tenth Doctor, The Fact of Fiction looks at The Christmas Invasion, with the Tenth Doctor's arrival, The Time Team look at the TV Movie, a Space-Time Telegraph, a review of 2009, and giant A1 poster, and more!!

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New The End of Time Images!

Digital Spy and CBBC official website has released many more images of The End of Time! They reveal a new alien race called the Vinvocci, with 2 characters of that race called Rossiter(Lawry Lewin) and Addams(Sinead Keenan). CBBC released 14 images and Digital Spy released 10. You can visit the group from Digital Spy here, and CBBC's here. You can see the Vinvocci.

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Friday, 4 December 2009

New The End of Time Trailer

The second trailer for The End of Time, part 1 has been released today, which you can see below!! It includes some pretty awesome new scenes! There is a BBC Drama trailer which has also been released, and includes some unseen clips of The End of Time. Which is the bottom video.

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Whoviavortex Logo Competition Opened!

The first competition I've held for a while is now open! It is to design a temporary logo for Whoviavortex. It must be a no bigger than 400x300 pixels, and must have a Christmas theme to it. If you want, you can use the current logo as a starting point, which you can see here. Entries must be in by 20th December, so that I can use it for banners, images, ect for the Christmas season.

You can send your entries to my email, doublekrabbypatty@hotmail.co.uk, or send me a link to the logo from the homepage cbox.

The winner will be awarded a set of icons.

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New Short BBC One Idents

The Doctor Who Christmas Ident for BBC One was recently released. The official Doctor Who website has included 3 more short Idents on it's 2009 Adventure Calendar, along with a new wallpaper of it. You can see them, here and here.

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Thursday, 3 December 2009

BBC One Christmas Ident

BBC One has released a Doctor Who Christmas Ident for BBC One. It does not contain anything from the actual Doctor Who Christmas special, but it does feature The Doctor and the Tardis. What an Xmas spirit!! There will be three more.

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Tuesday, 1 December 2009

John Barrowman On Torchwood's Return

John Barrowman was a guest on yesterdays Steve Wright in the Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, and claimed that there will be "most definitely" a fourth series of Torchwood and returning to the original 13-episode run! Nothing has been confirmed by the BBC but there probably will be. If there is, John Barrowman will return as Jack Harkness, and Eve Myles will probably return as Gwen Cooper with Kai Owen as Rhys Williams.

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