The spear of destiny by Marcus Sedgwick, the third short story to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who

The Spear of Destiny by Marcus Sedgwick is the third book from the series that celebrate the Doctor Who 50th year, it follows on from Second Doctor story, The Nameless City by Michael Scott, and A Big Hand for the Doctor by Eoin Colfer, a First Doctor adventure from Eoin Colfer.

The Third Doctor and Jo Grant are trying to track down the magical spear of Odin when they find themselves caught up in a vicious battle between two Viking tribes. But one of the Vikings is even more dangerous than he appears to be. Can the Doctor stop the spear getting into the wrong hands before it’s too late?

Marcus Sedgwick commented: “To me, Jon Pertwee is the quintessential Doctor – a hero of both thought and action. When I was young he seemed like a schoolmaster you were a bit afraid of, and yet really liked at the same time. Bringing him back to life and pitting him against his old nemesis, The Master, was a huge thrill for me and I hope fans will recognise Jon in the pages of my story.

The source is here. The short ebook will be available to download on March 23, but you can pre-order it from Amazon (UK | US) and i

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John Barrowman may appear in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary show

Radio Times says that the actor John Barrowman has revealed that he is in discussion to take part in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.

I haven’t had any information up until just about right now – and all I can say to you is that we’re discussing things… that’s a total exclusive! You guys are the first to ever hear it.

Even yesterday I was giving interviews and I was saying I have heard nothing, and now I can give you a little bit of an exclusive. I’ve heard something!

More information can be found here.

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Nicholas Briggs will play Peter Hawkins, the original Daleks actor in Doctor Who 50th anniversary drama

The Whovians know or noticed Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Dalek since 2005, the voice of the Cyberman and Nestene Consciousness, but also from Torchwood.

Briggs will play Hawkins in An Adventure in Space and Time, a one-off drama wthat follows the people who brought the first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, to TV screens in 1963. Hawkins is credited with creating the Daleks’ instantly-recognisable croaky voices with actor David Graham, and voiced several characters in the early Doctor Who series, including Daleks and Cybermen.

You can find more information about the subject here. The news was first announced on Twitter: #DoctorWho Just did my Peter Hawkins cameo today. Beyond exciting…

Radio Times’ suggestion: Vote Doctor Who’s Dalek! for the cover of the century

I found the following image & suggestion on Radio Times, along with the information that the Periodical Publishers Association wants people to decide what’s the best magazine cover of the past 100 years.

Considering that Radio Times has almost 90 years of existence and Doctor Who is approaching fast to his 50th anniversary, I ask you to vote for this cover of the century: the front page from May 2005. You can vote once a day, every day until 30 September 2013… so remember to visit the voting link as often as you can.

Vote Doctor Who! Vote Dalek!

This classic Radio Times cover celebrated the Daleks’ return after two decades away, coinciding with the 2005 General Election.

We neatly brought these two events together by recreating a famous 1964 scene of Daleks crossing Westminster Bridge – and had to clear coachloads of tourists to get the shot. A memorable image, topped off with the cheeky coverline: “Vote Dalek!”.


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The new TARDIS is ready

Do you remember Clara’s short trip into the TARDIS? It happened on Christmas, in the episode called The Snowmen. None of us could see the interior of Tardis, beyond the main console room, at least not yet, but that’s going to change soon.

Well… it was announced that the new Tardis is ready.

“We’ve built the rest of the Tardis!” says Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat of upcoming episode Journey to the Centre of the Tardis.

“The idea is in the title; we’re going to journey to the centre of the Tardis. We’ve got some great visuals for that,” he revealed at this year’s Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles.

Ashley Walters, who guest stars in the episode, backed Moffat up when Radio Times last spoke to him, saying “in our episode it’ll be the first time people get to see so much of the Tardis.”

The new interiors will be the work of production designer Michael Pickwoad, whose retro revamp of the Tardis control room got a positive reception when it was unveiled in December.

Series seven of Doctor Who returns about a month from now, with an Easter special on Saturday 30 March. The Journey to the Centre of the Tardis is expected to come fifth in the run of these new episodes, which would mean an air date of 27 April.

Michael Scott’s short Doctor Who story, The nameless city, is available to buy

Michael Scott’s short Doctor Who story, The nameless city, second in a series of eleven specially commissioned ebooks to celebrate the shows’ 50th anniversary , has been released today.

You can order it from Amazon (UK | US) and iTunes (UK | AU). Also, you can find more information over here.

In the previous video Michael Scott talks about his childhood memories of Doctor Who and his eagerness to write his Second Doctor adventure – The Nameless City.

Reece Shearsmith cast as Patrick Troughton, the second Doctor in An Adventure in Space and Time

Radio Times announces that Reece Shearsmith, the former League of Gentlemen star, will play the second Doctor in An Adventure in Space and Time the Doctor Who anniversary movie that will by released in November 2013 by BBC2.

The cast so far, as announced here, with a lot of details about casting Reece Shearsmith as Patrick Troughton.

David Bradley as William Hartnell (the first Doctor)

Brian Cox as Sydney Newman (BBC head of drama)

Jessica Raine as Verity Lambert (Doctor Who’s first producer)

Sacha Dhawan as Waris Hussein (Doctor Who’s first director)

Lesley Manville as Heather Hartnell (William’s wife)

Reece Shearsmith as Patrick Troughton (the second Doctor)

Jeff Rawle as Mervyn Pinfield (Doctor Who’s associate producer)

Andrew Woodall as Rex Tucker (BBC producer)

Ian Hallard as Richard Martin (Doctor Who director)

Jamie Glover as William Russell (companion Ian)

Jemma Powell as Jacqueline Hill (companion Barbara)

Claudia Grant as Carole Ann Ford (the Doctor’s granddaughter Susan)

Sarah Winter as Delia Derbyshire (musician at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop)

William Russell (the original Ian Chesterton) as Harry

Reece Pockney as Alan



Writer Mark Gatiss

Producer Matt Strevens

Director Terry McDonough

Executive producers Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Caroline Skinner

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The Tenth Planet animation and dvd release

Animating the First Doctor in The Tenth revealed that the First Doctor’s final adventure The Tenth Planet is to have its lost fourth episode animated for DVD release scheduled for late 2013.

Teased yesterday at the Gallifrey One convention by Dan Hall, commissioning editor of the classic Doctor Who DVD range, The Tenth Planet sees both the introduction of the menacing, dead-eyed Cybermen, and the departure of theFirst Doctor, William Hartnell. The final episode has been missing from the BBC Archives since the mid-1970s, and will be reconstructed using the same Thetamation process used to recreate The Reign of Terror episodes 4 and 5.

You can read more about the release or view the gallery with the images from the process of Animating the First Doctor in The Tenth Planet.

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Ice Warriors confirmed to return in a new Doctor Who story by Mark Gatiss

Classic monsters the Martian Ice Warriors belong to the old Doctor Who series: they appeared in The Ice Warriors (1967), The Seeds of Death (1969), The War Games (1969) , The Mind of Evil (1971), The Curse of Peladon (1972) and The Monster of Peladon (1974).

But now, after almost 40 years, Doctor Who’s executive producer Caro Skinner has revealed that they will return in the third episode of the new series of Doctor Who, in a new story set inside a submarine, written by Mark Gatiss.

“We wanted to bring them back because they’re wonderful. In the mix of stories that we were planning for this year it felt as if doing something very bold with a monster that hadn’t been seen for a while would be really cool.

“Mark is an enormous fan of the Ice Warrior stories and came up with the idea. The sense of a monster of that scale and that size trapped in a really small, contained environment such as a submarine was a really brilliant story to be able to tell.

“They were such a beautiful original design, and are genuinely really scary in terms of what they look like as they’re coming towards you in that armour.”

More information are on Radio Times.


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Nationwide celebration with lots of aliens and Daleks

Of course, it’s all about Doctor Who 50th anniversary.

BBC head of drama Ben Stephenson has some words about the half-century celebrations, even if the details were not revealed. Speaking at a BBC drama launch, Stephenson also revealed plans to broadcast the 50th anniversary special in 3D, on both TV and in cinemas. “It’s very exciting and feels very innovative,” he said.

More information over here.

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Exclusive Doctor Who postcards, given away for free with Radio Times magazine

Exclusive Doctor Who postcards, free with Radio Times magazine
If you have the chance to get Radio Times magazine do it: in order to celebrate 50 Years of the BBC sci-fi sensation, we’re giving away eight classic Radio Times Who covers in the form of these fantastic collectable postcards.

The new issue of Radio Times (covering the week 16-22 February) is on sale from Tuesday 12 February, priced £1.60.

Free with the new issue of Radio Times, the images range from an early appearance by the Cybermen to an iconic shot of Second Doctor Patrick Troughton; a comic-book style clash between the Daleks and Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor, to a historic five Doctors cover – plus encounters with the Time Lord’s latest incarnations David Tennant and Matt Smith.

There are two sets of cards to collect, each featuring four different designs – get your hands on the whole lot from Tuesday 12 February, when the magazine materialises in newsagents.

More information over here. You can also take a closer look to the postcards.

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Doctor Who Confidential voted best BBC3 show of all time in a Radio Times poll

Radio Times announces that in the week that BBC3 celebrated its tenth birthday, a poll of over 1,200 people has named Doctor Who Confidential the best show in the channel’s history… even if the Doctor Who spin-off was canceled in September 2011.

The top ten best BBC3 shows

1. Doctor Who Confidential (23%)

2. Pramface (11.4%)

3. Being Human (11.2%)

4. Torchwood (10.48%)

5. The Mighty Boosh (7.76%)

6. Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (5.92%)

7. Gavin & Stacey (4.56%)

8. 60 Second News (3.2%)

9. Russell Howard’s Good News (2.56%)

10. Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (1.68%)

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Matt Smith will star in How to Catch a Monster by Ryan Gosling

As announced, Matt Smith will make his United States acting debut as the star of Ryan Gosling’s first feature film as director, How to Catch a Monster. He will join Christina Hendricks and Eva Mendes in the dark fantasy drama as Variety reports and Radio Times announces.

The film itself takes place against the “surreal dreamscape” of a vanishing city, and centres on a single mother (Hendricks) who is swept into a macabre fantasy underworld, while her teenage son discovers a secret road leading to an underwater town. Both mother and son must solve various puzzles if they want to keep their family alive.

How to Catch a Monster will be released during 2014.

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News of the day

Mark Gatiss about Doctor Who 50th anniversary drama, ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’: I’ve wanted David Bradley to play William Hartnell for years. Accordingly to Radio Times, he’s been trying to make the drama for over a decade.

Gatiss has cast Harry Potter actor David Bradley, who bears a striking resemblance to William Hartnell, as the First Doctor in the fact-based drama about the birth of Doctor Who.

An Adventure in Space and Time will not be David Bradley’s first association with Doctor Who – he played ruthless merchant Solomon in series seven episode Dinosaurs on a Spaceship. He will be joined in the drama by Brian Cox as Doctor Who producer Sidney Newman, Sacha Dhawan as director Waris Hussein and Jessica Raine as producer Verity Lambert.

On the other hand David Tennant, Matt Smith, Miranda Hart, Jessie J, One Direction and David Walliams appear in new trailer for BBC’s Red Nose Day taking place on Friday 15 March.

According to Radio Times, David Tennant and Matt Smith are just two of a host of stars that will appear in the video that features a string of famous faces revealing their plans to raise money for this year’s event. 

Miranda Hart teases fans with her plotting to ruin an episode of Call The Midwife,Jessie J reveals her plans to shave her head and David Walliams declares, “I’m not doing anything, I’ve already done enough…”

A tanned One Direction appear in Africa after recording the official Red Nose Day single, while Rowan Atkinson reveals he’s going to be playing the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Last, but not least: David Tennant will play hot shot lawyer in BBC1 thriller The Escape Artist. Radio Times says that the actor will play barrister Will Burton, known for his knack of spiriting his clients out of tight legal corners.

Having never lost a case, Will is in high demand but after using his skills to free the prime suspect in a murder investigation, he finds it coming back to haunt him.

The three-part drama is from Spooks creator David Wolstencroft and also stars Toby Kebbell, last seen in Black Mirror, Hotel Rwanda star Sophie Okonedo and Ashley Jensen, of Extras and Ugly Betty.



BBC America wil premiere ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ for Doctor Who 50th anniversary

BBC AMERICA has announced casting for ‘An Adventure of Space and Time,’ a film dramatization of the creation of Doctor Who, 50 years ago. David Bradley will play actor William Hartnell (the first Doctor), Jessica Raine will play producer Verity Lambert and Brian Cox has been cast as BBC Head of Drama Sydney Newman.  Sacha Dhawan will play Waris Hussein, director of Doctor Who‘s premiere episode, “An Unearthly Child”.

The scriptwriter Mark Gatiss has already been announced as writer, and he’s also serving as executive producer alongside current Doctor Who execs Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner. The film is a co-production between BBC AMERICA and BBC Cymru Wales and will air later in 2013.

You can find more information here.

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Eoin Colfer’s A Big Hand For The Doctor, the first Doctor Who ebook, released

As it was announced, the Doctor Who 50th anniversary will be prepared by a series of ebooks. Well… the first of this year’s special monthly ebook short stories, A Big Hand For The Doctor, is out now.

Download it globally from:

  • iTunes book store (UK | US | AU | these links will take you to a site outside of our control)
  • Kindle store (UK | US | these links will take you to a site outside of our control)

Faced with a strange beam of soporific light and a host of marauding Soul Pirates, the Doctor searches for his missing granddaughter, Susan, in this brand new First Doctor adventure written by best-selling children’s author Eoin Colfer.

The source is DoctorWho.TV.

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Doctor Who Easter special air date revealed

Radio Times proudly announces that the Doctor will begin his search for new companion Clara Oswin Oswald this Easter Saturday, 30 March 2013, on BBC1.

As you remember, Jenna-Louise Coleman’s character died in Asylum of the Dales… and The Snowmen.

Little else is known about the Doctor Who Easter special episode, other than that it will be penned by showrunner Steven Moffat, is directed by Colm McCarthy and kicks off a run of eight installments that will conclude series seven.

The main question is… Can you wait until the end of March?

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Matt Smith will make TV directing debut: an episode of the Sky Arts series Playhouse Presents

One of the best news I’ve read today is about Matt Smith: he is going to direct his first TV show, an episode of the Sky Arts series Playhouse Presents.

The new run of one-off dramas will include Cargese, described by Sky Arts as a “unique piece of poetic realism which mines the tragic seam of adolescent love and loss”.

Directed by Smith and written by award-winning playwright Simon Stephens, it stars Craig Roberts (Submarine), Joe Cole (Skins, The Hour) and Avigail Tlalim (The Town) as a group of disaffected teenagers in south London – Cargèse being a village on the west coast of Corsica which is wistfully mentioned by one of the drama’s characters.

Cargese begins filming next week and is scheduled to air on Sky Arts 1 on 25 April 2013. Smith will not appear in the programme himself.

You can find more information about the news in the Radio Times article. I wish him best luck. 😀

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The British Film Institute’s Doctor Who at 50

Radio Times proudly announced that Saturday was a big day for Doctor Who (as well for the programme and fans) as the British Film Institute (BFI) launched Doctor Who at 50, its year-long celebration of the Time Lord. This year it’s the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, so from now on every month BFI will be screening a classic story for each Doctor and reuniting many luminaries from the world of Who.

To kick off, it was right back to the very beginning, to An Unearthly Child, the atmospheric four-part serial that launched the series on BBCtv in November and December 1963. And it was amazing how many guests were able to attend, people directly involved on that programme or with the era of the first Doctor, William Hartnell. They included (pictured above) William Russell and Carole Ann Ford (companions Ian and Susan) and Jeremy Young, who played the first villain.

These were some of the hottest tickets in the BFI’s history, quickly selling out. I snapped up four on the day of release for myself and three friends: TV producer Richard Marson, überfan Ian Levine (who secured several guests for the BFI) and Waris Hussein, director of An Unearthly Child. In the event, Waris was offered his own tickets and Ian invited his cousin Shirley Cooklin to join us.

You can read more about the event over here.

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Doctor Who: The Auntie Matter audio adventure

Doctor Who: The Auntie Matter audio adventure, starring Tom Baker and Mary Tamm, is now available from Big Finish Productions. Listen to the trailer and get your copy here.


England in the 1920s.

Whilst K9 is off in the TARDIS leading the Black Guardian on a wild goose chase, the Doctor and Romana are enjoying a leisurely lifestyle as the Lord and Lady of a London townhouse. But trouble never stays away from them for long, and before they know it a chance discovery of alien technology leads them deep into the heart of the English countryside where a malign presence lurks.

As the Doctor dodges deadly butlers and ferocious gamekeepers, Romana is faced with a malevolent Aunt and an even deadlier peril – marriage.

Written By: Jonathan Morris
Directed By: Ken Bentley


Tom Baker (The Doctor), Mary Tamm (Romana), Julia McKenzie (Florence), Robert Portal (Reggie), Lucy Griffiths (Mabel), Alan Cox (Grenville), Jane Slavin (Ligeia)

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Doctor Who 50th anniversary: All the surviving Doctors will take part in a very special adventure

Radio Times announced that a new Doctor Who 50th anniversary adventure will bring together all the surviving Doctors along with a number of their original companions, according to writer and director Nicholas Briggs.

Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann are explicitly confirmed for the 100-minute-long audio story The Light at the End, while Briggs has hinted that remaining Doctors Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant and incumbent Matt Smith are “behind the project”, and that the Time Lord’s first three incarnations, originally played by the late William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee, could also feature.

Meanwhile, the multiple Doctors are not the only characters returning for the adventure. Listeners can look forward to “appearances from some much-cherished old friends from the TV series” as well as several of the original actresses who played the Time Lord’s companions.

Louise Jameson will reprise her role as leather-clad barbarian Leela (although listeners will just have to imagine that outfit) who travelled with fourth Doctor Tom Baker, while Sarah Sutton will return as scientist Nyssa, who crossed over between Baker and Peter Davison. Her successor Nicola Bryant, aka American student Peri, will be joined by Sophie Aldred as Sylvester McCoy’s streetwise companion Ace and India Fisher as Edwardian adventurer Charley Pollard, who accompanied Paul McGann’s eighth Doctor in a series of BBC radio plays produced by Big Finish.

Last, but not least, the Doctor’s arch-enemy the Master is back to “create mayhem”, voiced by Geoffrey Beevers who played him in the TV series as a decaying husk at the tail end of his final regeneration.

Due for release in November, the audio production comes as a standard two-disc pack, as well as a limited edition five-disc set, complete with two hour-long documentaries plus an extra adventure, The Revenants, performed by William Russell, star of the very first Doctor Who TV story.

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BBC America initiative: The Doctor Who books

You may be thrilled to find out that BBC America launched yesterday a Whovian initiative:

Eleven authors have been commissioned to write ebooks for the British publisher Puffin, based on the eleven Doctors, and these will have a staggered release across the year, on the 23rd day of each month, so that the Eleventh Doctor’s story arrives on November 23, the date of the actual 50th anniversary.

To raise anticipation for each book, the identity of the writers – each one a big name in children’s literature – is being kept a secret. What we can tell you is that the first book, featuring the First Doctor, is called A Big Hand for the Doctor, and it has been written by Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl books, and  the man who took on the formidable task of writing some more Hitchhiker’s Guidenovels.

Oh, and on the eleventh of each month (thematic numbering, see?) there will be a promotional video on the BBC Worldwide Doctor Who YouTube channel, that features each author as they come up. Eoin’s will be out on Friday, and A Big Hand For The Doctor is available for pre-order for $2.68 for Kindle

Billie Piper won’t return as Rose Tyler for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary

Some time ago there was a rumor that Billie Piper will return this year for the 50th anniversary, but it was just a rumor. Nothing real, at least not yet.

Billie Piper says she “has not been asked” to take part in any Doctor Who 50th anniversary episodes, pouring cold water on the idea that her character, former companion Rose Tyler, might return to the show.

Matt Smith set the rumour mill turning this summer when he said: “If I wanted a companion from the past I would say Rose because I am good friends with Billie.”  But speaking on The Graham Norton Show, Piper, who first appeared as the Doctor’s companion in 2005 when the series returned with Christopher Eccleston, laughed Smith’s comments off as a joke.

“No.  I’ve not been asked.  I think Matt Smith said something in passing or in jest like, ‘That would be nice,’ and it became something, but no.” She said.

The source is Radio Times.

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The new edition of Doctor Who Encyclopedia by Gary Russel

It’s not a new book, but I’ve just found it on Amazon, it was listed as similar book to the previous encyclopedia, Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia by Jason Loborik. You can (should) order it from here.

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Doctor Who encyclopedia by Gary Russel

Completely revised and updated, the Doctor Who Encyclopedia is the ultimate fan”s guide to all things Doctor Who. Packed with photos, concept drawings, illustrations and artwork, and including the Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, and Matt Smith incarnations of the Doctor, learn every fact and discover every figure from every episode.

Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia by Jason Loborik

Have you ever been interested in find out more about the monster from Doctor Who and/or the Doctor’s friends? Well, you have this chance because soon you will be able to order on the Amazon the Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia by Jason Loborik. I hope you’ll enjoy as it deserve because it contains information about the characters from all the seasons (old and new).

Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia

  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley (April 2, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1409325717
  • ISBN-13: 978-1409325710
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,414,476 in Books


Celebrate the Doctor’s 50th anniversary with over 200 characters – past and present. Step into the TARDIS, watch out for the odd Daleks and allow yourself to be swept away into the weird and wonderful world of the good “Doctor Who”. “Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia” covers every single Doctor and each of his resourceful assistants from the past 50 years, as well as unforgettable baddies like the Daleks, the Cybermen and the Master. Every single regeneration of the Doctor can be found in “Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia”, where each of the 200 characters has a full profile, including the very strangest of aliens from the classic series. Data files provide fascinating stats on every character included in the book, from the faithful K-9 to Amy Pond. If you consider yourself a Time Lord in the making, “Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia” a must-have. Perfect for “Doctor Who” fans of all ages, and for those times when you’re too scared to watch!

Royal Mail in the UK and the Doctor Who stamps

Doctor Who stamps of Royal mail, United Kingdom

From left to right, they are: Matt Smith, David Tennant, Christopher Eccleston, Paul McGann,  Sylvester McCoy, Colin Baker, Peter Davison, Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton and William Hartnell. They are all posted as the picture that you also remember them as the Doctors.

stamp tardis minisheetThere is also a miniature sheet presented on an exclusive 50th Anniversary card, it brings together Second Class stamps featuring four of the Doctor’s most iconic foes (Dalek, Ood, Weeping Angel and Cybermen) around a centrepiece First Class Stamp portraying the TARDIS itself.

More information about the stamps can be found here.

BBC America will be celebrating New Year 2013 with a Tenth Doctor TV marathon

Do you love Doctor Who and you get BBC America? Ok, let me tell you what I found out:  BBC America will be celebrating New Year 2013 with a Tenth Doctor TV marathon!

As you can see in the BBC America schedule the action starts on Monday 31st December at 8am with the fifth episode of season 4 and the back to back David Tennant episodes of Doctor Who will runs through until 10am on Tuesday 1st January.

Monday 31st December

8:00am The Poison Sky
9:00am The Doctor’s Daughter
10:00am The Unicorn And The Wasp
11:00am Silence In The Library
12:00pm Forest Of The Dead
1:00pm Midnight
2:00pm Turn Left
3:00pm The Stolen Earth
4:00pm Journey’s End
5:00pm The Next Doctor
6:00pm Planet Of The Dead
7:00pm The Waters Of Mars
8:00pm The End Of Time
11:00pm The Next Doctor

Tuesday 1st January
12:00am Planet Of The Dead
1:00am The Waters Of Mars
2:00am The End Of Time
5:00am Journey’sEnd
8:00am Partners In Crime
9:00am The Fires Of Pompeii

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Doctor Who: The Snowmen – date and time confirmed for 2012 Christmas special

According to Radio Times and the BBC has confirmed, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special episode will air on Christmas Day at 5.15pm on BBC1 in an hour-long slot.

Jenna-Louise Coleman, the next Doctor Who companion, will play the role of governess Clara and she will teaming up with Math Smith, the Eleventh Doctor.

The official plot synopsis provides a few extra details of what we can expect:

“Christmas Eve 1892, and the falling snow is the stuff of fairytales.

When the fairytale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help. But the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe. As old friends return, will the Doctor really abandon humankind or will he fight to save the world – and Christmas – from the icy clutches of this mysterious menace?”

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Doctor Who Christmas gifts for everyone

It’s almost Christmas time, just a few weeks from now. Did you consider the gifts for friends and loved ones? What about Doctor Who gifts as the image below?

Doctor Who Christmas gifts list

If you are interested, Radio Times presents a gift guide for Christmas in Doctor Who style.

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