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Saturday, 5 November 2016
|Patrick Troughton by Marker-Mistress|
Friday, 4 November 2016
|Space and Time by ThatRandomPerson64|
Thursday, 3 November 2016
BBC Children in Need will play host to an exclusive clip from this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special on the charity’s annual Appeal night, Friday 18th November.
The sneak peek will see the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi and Nardole, played by Matt Lucas, team up with an investigative reporter played by Charity Wakefield and a masked vigilante played by Justin Chatwin to defend New York from a terrifying alien invasion before the full episode, ‘The Return of Doctor Mysterio’, airs at Christmas.
Written by Steven Moffat, they will be joined by Adetomiwa Edun, Aleksandar Jovanovic and Logan Hoffman.
The exclusive clip will form part of BBC Children in Need’s Appeal Show on Friday 18th November, 7pm, BBC One whilst the 60 minute special will air later in the year at Christmas.
The programme is executive produced by Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin, produced by Peter Bennett and directed by Ed Bazalgette (Poldark).
Wednesday, 2 November 2016
|Doctor Who 12th (2) by Athaydes|
Since the 1970s, Who historian David J Howe has been collecting merchandise, magazines, original costumes, artwork and props. He arguably holds the biggest collection of Doctor Who merchandise and memorabilia in the world. His dream: a museum in which to display and share his collection. Can you help?
To try and achieve this aim, Howe has set up an Indiegogo fundraiser to try and get together the funds to bring the premises (which he already owns) up to spec, and to get everything displayed and laid out. “Since I was young, I’ve always wanted to be able to display and share my collection with others,” Howe says. “And a couple of years ago, we got the opportunity to buy the premises, which was always the sticking point … where to house the items! Now we have that, we need to pay for the floor, walls, ceiling and electrics to be sorted out, as well as some groundworks outside, security, and fixtures and fittings. There’s a lot to do, but hopefully with everyone’s help we’ll be able to get it done!”
The premises are just outside Sleaford in Lincolnshire, and his aim is to be able to launch the Museum in the summer of 2018. ‘It’s a private museum,’ he explained, ‘so people can’t just turn up unannounced. But we intend to hold open days, and special events where folks can book to come and see the collection. We may also be able to accommodate pre-booked showings as well. If this all goes well, then who knows what opportunities might be afforded going forward. I’d love to see merchandise launches taking place at the Museum, and talks by the people who produce the toys and games … there’s all sorts of things we could do.”
The Indiegogo runs until the end of the year, and full details can be found here
As part of the fundraising there are a number of perks which people can buy, which include: exclusive invitations to the Launch Day, complete with special guests and buffet lunch; private dinners with David and his wife, the novelist Sam Stone; dinner with Doctor Who actor Frazer Hines; and even lunch with Star Trek’s Chase Masterson in LA! There are also other perks including special signed proof pages from one of David’s books; bundles of goodies donated by Doctor Who author Richard Dinnick; and there are couples and family perks too! There are more perks being added all the time as friends suggest things which they can provide to help raise the funds.
‘At the end of the day,’ Howe notes, ‘Doctor Who and its merchandise are intrinsicly linked together. They have run hand in hand for fifty three years now, and there have been many tens of thousands of items produced and released tying in with the show. I have a great many of these items and I enjoy sharing my love and passion for the merchandise with others, so being able to have a permanent exhibition is a dream come true!”
Via Sci-Fi Bulletin
The whole gang is thrown into detention by Miss Quill. Locked in her classroom, they are terrified when an explosion propels them out of space and time: trapped, claustrophobic and floating in blackness with no way of escape.
And then they make a chilling discovery. They're not alone. There's somebody in there with them.
To be broadcast after 10am Saturday 19 November
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
|Doctor Who/Hobbit by KooBearBlog|
Every Cybermen story in 'Doctor Who' ever, ranked from worst to best Former Dr Who is set to (time) travel to a Nottingham bar Monthly Roundup #10 - October 2016 Class Report Nightvisiting - Reaction - Classmates Quick-fire questions with Vivian Oparah - Class - BBC Three Whovian Products 'The Torchwood Archive' review: Big Finish celebrates show's 10th anniversary The Essential Doctor Who 9 - Invasions of Earth Doctor Who Comics Humble Bundle Whovian Reviews 'The Torchwood Archive' review: Big Finish celebrates show's 10th anniversary
Monday, 31 October 2016
A selection of reactions, reviews and extras for the third episode of the new Doctor Who spin-off 'Class', needless to say this contains spoilers for those of you who haven't seen them yet.
April starts to feel effects of sharing her heart with Corakinus, and his attempts to sever the attachment only make it stronger.
Frightened by this extraordinary new-found power, April seeks comfort in Ram, and vows to reclaim her heart as her own.
Meanwhile, something strange is happening to the others - London is slowly being infested with unusual, sinister flower petals.
The trailer Class: Episode 3 Trailer - BBC Three On BBC iPlayer Class, Series 1: 3. Nightvisiting Class Reviews Class episode 3 review: Nightvisiting 'Class' Episode 3 review: 'Nightvisiting' has a beautifully macabre premise Doctor Who Reviews - Class Season One - Episode 3 - Nightvisiting Class Nightvisiting BBC Three TV review: Class Episode 3 (Nightvisiting) Class Season 1 Episode 3 Review - 'Nightvisiting' Class - Series 1, Episode 3 Class Extras You're not him - Class: Episode 3 - BBC Three
Sunday, 30 October 2016
|On Second Thought... by Pythosblaze|