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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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Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Matt Smith Guest on Blue Peter

Matt Smith was on Blue Peter today, making Tardis Bird feeders, and was talking about Doctor Who, on this Saturday. It featured many new clips, watch below:





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The Eleventh Hour New Clip!

A new clip of The Eleventh Hour was on CBBC today. It will be on this Saturday at 6:20pm on BBC One and BBC HD. Watch the video below:






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Steven Moffat's Guide to Series 5

The latest issue of Radio Times featured a guide to every episode of series 5, by Steven Moffat. Episode 7's title has been revealed as "Amy's Choice". Read below, highlight to read the synopses' and quotes.



1. The Eleventh Hour
Writer: Steven Moffat

Geronimo! A brand new Doctor crashing to Earth. New face, new body, new man And he's barely staggered out of the blue box, before he's found himself in the middle of the Crisis That Just Won't Stop! No time to rest and recover, no TARDIS, no screwdriver - just six billion human beings about to die and only one man to save them. But the new Doctor encounters more than danger - this is the day he meets Amy Pond. Can he persuade her to trust him, when he's been letting her down all her life?

Quote: "Who da man?"


2. The Beast Below
Writer: Steven Moffat

The Doctor takes Amy to the far future, and Starship UK. The British people, adrift among the stars on a giant spaceship, in search of a new home. But there are secrets here, in the rusting corridors and clanging hallways. A masked figure, who knows the Doctor of old, begs his help, while Amy encounters the terrifying Smilers and uncovers a secret so dreadful, no one can remember it...

Quote: "Nobody talk to me! Nobody human has anything to say to me today!"


3. Victory of the Daleks
Writer: Mark Gatiss

From the terrifying future of the United Kingdom to one of the darkest chapters of its past - World War Two. The Doctor and Amy find themselves in a top secret cabinet war room deep beneath the London streets. And there, gliding among the nicotine walls and Bakelite telephones, the Daleks are hatching their deadliest scheme yet. Only one man can help the Doctor - but whose side is Winston Churchill on?

Quote: "I wanted to know what their plan was. I was their plan!"


4. The Time of Angels/5. Flesh and Stone
Writer: Steven Moffat

A two part story. A crashed spaceship, a shattered temple and a terrifying climb through the maze of the dead - River Song is back in the Doctor's life and she's brought more trouble than even he can handle. The last of the Weeping Angels is loose in the ruins of Alfava Metraxis, and the Doctor is recruited to track it down. "Don't blink!" everyone tells Amy - but as Amy is about to discover, not blinking might just be the worst thing you can do...

Quote: "Is River Song your wife?"


6. Vampires in Venice
Writer: Toby Whithouse

In Venice, even danger is beautiful. The House of Calvierri has the whole city under its protection, but something is very wrong. There are blood-drained corpses in the street, something lurks in the canal, and the Calvierri girls are the loveliest in town, except when you glance in the mirror...

Quote: "You know what's dangerous about you? Not that you ask people to take risks, but that you make them want to impress you!"


7. Amy's Choice
Writer: Simon Nye

It's been five long years since Amy travelled in the TARDIS with her mysterious Doctor - and when he shows up again, on the eve of the birth of her first child, danger is not far behind him. Amy is faced with a heartbreaking choice that will change her life forever.

Quote: "I know who you are. There's only one person in the universe who hates me as much as you do."


8/9. TBC
Writer: Chris Chibnall

In 2015, the most ambitious drilling project in history is under way. Dr Nasreen Chaudhry and her team have reached 21 kilometres into the Earth's crust - but something is stirring far below. Amy Pond discovers there's nowhere to run when you can't even trust the ground at your feet.

Quote: "While you've been drilling down... something else has been drilling up."


10. TBC
Writer: Richard Curtis

Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it. Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with Vincent van Gogh, in a battle with a deadly alien - saving the world has never been so ginger! But can even the Doctor save Vincent?

Quote: "Art can wait, this is life and death. We need to talk to Vincent van Gogh!"


11. TBC
Writer: Gareth Roberts

The Doctor faces his greatest challenge yet - a flat share! People are disappearing on Aickman Road, and the Doctor must solve the mystery of a staircase that people walk up - but never down.

Quote: "All I have to do is pass as an ordinary human being. What could possibly go wrong?"


12/13. TBC
Writer: Steven Moffat

A message on the oldest cliff-face in the universe, a puzzle box opening from the inside and a love that lasts thousands of years... The Fates are drawing close around the TARDIS - is this the day the Doctor falls?

Quote: "There was a goblin. Or a trickster, or a warrior. A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. Nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it - one day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world."

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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Radio Times and Tardis Interior Pictures!

The latest issue of Radio Times, released yesterday, and features some brilliant pictures of the Tardis interior! Radio Times is available now for £1.10. Click here to see the new Tardis interior pictures thanks to the Radio Times website.



The latest issue of Radio Times has a guide to every episode, by Steven Moffat, and interviews with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan!

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Monday, 29 March 2010

Doctor Who Magazine 420

The 2 covers for Doctor Who Magazine, issue 420 has been released on Facebook. It costs £4.20 and will be out on Thursday 1st April.

It features interviews with matt Smith and Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat's Production Notes, You Are Not Alone, an interview with Ian McNeice, the final part of the last 10th Doctor comic strip, The Crimson Hand, The Watcher's Guide to the TARDIS, The Fact of Fiction look at 1966's The Power of the Daleks, previews of the first 5 episodes, and Gallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum, Reviews and The Wheel of Fortune.




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Saturday, 27 March 2010

First Scene!!

The BBC now have the first scene of series 5, on the official Doctor Who site. It's quite short, but still epic! Link. Watch it below!




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Matt Smith on Jonathan Ross

The interview of Matt Smith on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, yesterday. Enjoy!





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Extended Trailer and New Clip!

This week's Friday Night With Jonathan Ross featured Matt Smith as a guest on the show. They had a new clip from Vampires in Venice and an extended trailer! You can watch the videos below, I'll try to post the interview itself tomorrow.






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Thursday, 25 March 2010

The Beast Below Synopsis

The BBC Press Office has posted week 15 of the BBC Schedule, with the synopsis of episode 2 of series 5, The Beast Below. See here. The time has not been confirmed yet, but it will be on Saturday, 10th April on BBC One and BBC HD.

The Doctor takes Amy to the distant future, where she finds Britain in space. Starship UK houses the future of the British people, as they search the stars for a new home. But as Amy explores, she encounters the terrifying Smilers and learns a deadly truth inside the Voting Booth.

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Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Doctor Who Official Site Revamp

The official Doctor Who website has been updated with a new layout, ready for the new series. Click here to see it! Click here to read more about the new site.
The news section has posted about the return of Doctor Who Confidential, which will continue after every episode of Doctor Who. The first episode is called "Call Me The Doctor", and will be on BBC Three at 7:25, immediately after The Eleventh Hour.
The BBC has also revealed that they will be showing the first part of The Eleventh Hour on Saturday, the 27th March, on the Doctor Who website from 6:25pm Read more about it here. The sites homepage has a countdown to the preview clip on Saturday.


The Eleventh Hour will be on BBC One/BBC HD at 6:20pm on Saturday 3rd April.

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Monday, 22 March 2010

Undercover Nazi Daleks??

The Sun is claiming that episode 3, Victory of the Daleks, written by Mark Gatiss features the Daleks to be undercover Nazi's. Read more about the story, here.




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Sunday, 21 March 2010

BBC America Trailers!

BBC America are now showing a new trailer of series 5 of Doctor Who. You can watch them below! The original is about a minute long, and the other cut down version is about 30 seconds.






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Friday, 19 March 2010

New Series 5 Trailer!

New Trailer!!! Hazzah for Digital Spy, for posting a new Doctor Who trailer for Series 5! Looks amerzin'!





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New Promotional Pictures

The BBC has released 2 new promotional pictures of series 5. Thanks to Whoviannet for them, click here for their post, and you can see the images below:





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Series 5 Press Pack

The BBC has released the Doctor Who Series 5 press pack on the BBC Press Office, here. There's not much new news there, but it has interviews with Steven Moffat, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan.

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New Doctor Who Clip and Interview

BBC News had an interview with Matt Smith and a new preview of The Eleventh Hour with The 11th Doctor and a young Amy Pond. BBC Breakfast this morning also had an interview with Steven Moffat.






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10 Teasers for The Eleventh Hour

Digital Spy has released their usual 10 teasers for The Eleventh Hour. It has been confirmed to be on the 3rd of April, on BBC One and BBC HD at 6:25 pm. Click here.



1. The Doctor apparently loves apples. But maybe he's a bit confused.

2. The episode spans at least fourteen years.

3. The new Doctor uses the phrase "wibbly wobbly timey wimey" at one point. But that's not the only hark back to the past.

4. Guest stars/cameos include Annette Crosbie, Sir Patrick Moore, Nina Wadia and David Tennant.

5. You get the first glimpse of the new TARDIS right at the end of the episode.

6. Question: When is a crack in a wall more than just a crack in a wall?

7. "I'm The Doctor - I'm worse than *********'* ****."

8. Amy will have a rather pressing engagement.

9. The "outfit" that Amy is wearing at the end of episode one will be her outfit for episode two, too.

10. Shhhhhhhh.


Digital Spy also released 3 interviews of Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Steven Moffat.
Click here to watch them.

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Thursday, 18 March 2010

Series 6 & Xmas Special Confirmed

Digital Spy has confirmed a series 6 of Doctor Who, with Matt Smith continuing as the 11th Doctor. Executive producer Pierce Wenger also confirmed that a 2010 Christmas Special will take place this year. Read more about it here.

In other news, the BBC Press Office has confirmed that Tonight's The Night, hosted by Doctor Who's John Barrowman will continue for its second series. Read more here.

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Sunday, 14 March 2010

Series 5 Start Date Confirmed

The BBC has confirmed the transmission date and time for The Eleventh Hour. It is scheduled to be on Saturday 3rd April at 6:25pm. Click here.

The Doctor has regenerated into a brand new man, but danger strikes before he can even recover. With the TARDIS wrecked, and the sonic screwdriver destroyed, the new Doctor has just 20 minutes to save the whole world - and only Amy Pond to help him.

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Thursday, 11 March 2010

New Series 5 Pictures!

Digital Spy has released a handful of new images from series 5, episode 1, The Eleventh Hour. Click here to see them, with boyfriends, Blackberry's and bacon! Series 5 premiers with The Eleventh Hour in less than 1 month!

You can also see a quick interview with Steven Moffat about the 11th's first scene at the very bottom.

Thanks to News Guy for the news and link.


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Wednesday, 10 March 2010

SFX Exclusive Doctor Who Photos

SFX has published 10 exclusive images of the making of the SFX 3D cover, with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, of issue 194. See the photoshoot, here. The issue is out today, for £3.99, and it features interviews with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Steven Moffat. Read more about this issue, here.



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Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Episode 11 News

The Daily Star has posted news about episode 11 of the next Doctor Who series, written by Gareth Roberts. It's apparently called "The Lodger" where "The Doc forgets to set the Tardis coordinates and it vanishes with his companion, Amy Pond, still inside. While he is waiting for his police box to come back, he ends up as James’s lodger. For once, he has to get in touch with his human side and be ordinary." Recently confimed, James Corden will be in the series, and The Daily Star reports that this is the episode he is in. Read more about it here.

It also states that The Doctor ends up playing football with James Corden's character, and they have been seen filming together, and them playing football.

None of this has been confirmed, and I'm not sure how much of this is reliable anyway.

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Thursday, 4 March 2010

Sarah Jane Adventures for 2 More Series'

The BBC Press Office has commissioned 2 more series' of The Sarah Jane Adventures. Series 4 will start this Autumn and series 5 will "go into production in 2011 for transmission later that year." You can read the press release below:

CBBC Controller Damian Kavanagh has commissioned two new series (24 x 30-minutes) of hugely successful Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures, which will see the intrepid investigative journalist and her gang of young sidekicks continue to enthral children for the foreseeable future.

Created by Russell T Davies, and featuring one of Doctor Who's most famous companions, Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures is made by BBC Cymru Wales and has been a huge hit on CBBC since its debut in 2007, with viewing figures continuing to grow year on year.

The fourth series, set to air this autumn, will again star Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane. Young actors Tommy Knight, Daniel Anthony and Anjli Mohindra return as popular regulars Luke, Clyde and Rani.

The new adventures will feature the usual mixture of thrills, scares and fun with enemies old and new, including the terrors of the Nightmare Man, the sinister Shansheeth, the series' first visit to an alien world, and even a dangerous journey back into history.

The series will go into production in Cardiff later this month with series three producer Nikki Wilson stepping up alongside Russell T Davies as executive producer and new producer Brian Minchin joining the team.

Damian Kavanagh says: "We are thrilled to be making many more episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures.

"It is been a huge ratings and critical success on CBBC and we hope our viewers are going to be hooked on Sarah Jane's action-packed adventures for some time to come."

BBC Wales Head of English Language Programmes, Clare Hudson, says: "The idea for The Sarah Jane Adventures sprang from the success of Doctor Who and it has since rocketed in popularity in its own right, thanks to the vision, talent and hard work of the show's brilliant cast and crew."

The fifth series will go into production in 2011 for transmission later that year.

Writers on the fourth series include Phil Ford (also co-producer), Joseph Lidster, Rupert Laight, Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman.

The Sarah Jane Adventures is a BBC Cymru Wales/Children's BBC Production.


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Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Series 5 Titles

Doctor Who Magazine, issue 419 reveals 3 more episode titles for series 5. They're episodes 4, 5 and 6. Doctor Who Magazine 419 is released tomorrow.

5.4: The Time of Angels (Part 1) - by Steven Moffat
5.5: Flesh and Stone (Part 2) - by Steven Moffat
5.6: Vampires in Venice - by Toby Whitehouse


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Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Sarah Jane Adventures Nominated for RTS

Digital Spy has released the nominations for the Royal Television Society TV Awards of 2009. It will take place on March 16 at the Grosvenor Hotel in London. The Sarah Jane Adventures was nominated for Children's Drama, against MI High and Roy. See all the nominations here.

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Series 5, Volume 1 DVD and Blu-Ray

The cover arts and information for Volume 1 of the Doctor Who Series 5 DVD and Blu-Ray's. BBC Shop, Play.com and Amazon have listed the products and says it will be released on the 7th June, this year. The RRP for the DVD version is £15.99, and the RRP of the Blu-Ray version is £19.99. They features the first 3 episodes of Series 5, "The Eleventh Hour", "The Beast Below" and "Victory of the Daleks"



Volume 1 of the highly anticipated brand new series, contains the first 3 episodes, including the hour long premiere episode, and promises more adventures and travels through time, with the 11th Doctor and his new companion...

A special feature is The Monster Diaries

"Produced by the team behind BBC3's hugely popular Doctor Who Confidential series, the Monster Files will get under the skin and inside the minds of the latest Doctor's most challenging opponents. With previously unseen footage and exclusive comments from cast and crew, the Monster Files take fans old and new even further behind enemy lines."

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