A fan-made selection of clips that proves that it is really not all fun and games being the Doctor: “He’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night, and the storm in the heart of the sun. He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the center of time and he can see the turn of the universe. And… he’s wonderful.”
Let’s listen to the Doctor battle some beautiful stained glass Daleks.
In the Galactic Census, idyllic Strellin is recorded as a Grade Three planet – its inhabitants possessing neither advanced technology, nor knowledge of other worlds. Accordingly, Strellin is protected: landings by off-worlders are strictly prohibited. Unless, of course, those off-worlders are officials of the Galactic Census itself, come to investigate the origin of a mysterious sub-space signal – a signal no native of Strellin should be able to send…
Breaking all local by-laws, the time-travelling Doctor and his companion L/Wren Mrs Constance Clarke (AWOL) have only just landed on Strellin, too. But they and the Census officials aren’t the only off-worlders to have come here. Inside a nearby monastery, the monks of the reclusive Brotherhood of the Black Petal are guarding a strange and terrible secret. Something that might bring disaster not just to Strellin, but to every civilised world in the galaxy!
Directed by Jamie Anderson, written by Mike Tucker. Cast: Colin Baker (The Doctor), Miranda Raison (Constance Clarke), John Savident (Pendle), Olivia Hallinan (Asta), Robbie Stevens (Boswyck/Raspak), Sam Fletcher (Rosco/Gabber), Joseph Kloska (Habrild), and Nicholas Briggs (Tanapal and The Daleks). Other parts portrayed by members of the cast.
Lucy Crewe is a Doctor Who fan and animator. She has spent a good deal of the year 2016 working on a cartoon trailer for Season 10. The result is really good, particularly the likenesses of both the Doctor and Bill:
Her animation skills and intuition improved vastly over the last months and she was able to free up her mind space, playing to her strengths to design a speculative campaign that will tie in with season 10 next spring.
On-location set visits and social events gave her that push to develop an idea into something special. Live action reference was used for most shots.
Curious to find out more? Well.. During the show InnerSpace Presents: Doctor Who Steven Moffat talks about how he aimed to make the first episode 1 of series 10 the start of a new show again.
Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin gather together for the Space channel to talk all things Series 10, the Doctor’s New Companion and Sonic Screwdriver as well as BBC Three’s Class
This was one of the first major CGI title sequences for any TV programme. Doctor Who received its first in 1987, with a budget of £20,000 and 6 weeks to spare. Some effects took whole days to be created. Almost 30 years later, here it is recreated in around 24 hours.
A fan-made Doctor Who series 9 Finale trilogy (Face the Raven, Heaven Sent & Hell Bent) trailer after the release of the first Logan Trailer. A very interesting Doctor Who – X-Men / Wolverine universes crossover.
What if John Carpenter did a Doctor Who Theme? One of GeorgeCMusic’s short run of YouTube music clips, something interesiting imagining what it would be like if the Doctor Who theme were arranged by some of the giants of electronic music. This would be as if John Carpenter had had a go at the iconic Who theme for one of his early ’80s horror movies, such as Halloween or The Fog.
Synths used were: Arturia Prophet VS, ARP Odyssey VSTi, LinnDrum samples, Amore Grand Piano, NI FM7. Also used was the Ferric Classic Tape simulator to give the mix a bit of a retro crunch.
Let’s watch and enjoy the full Class panel from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in NYC at New York Comic-Con 2016.
Four Coal Hill School students who have hidden secrets and desires, navigate a life of friends, parents, school work, sex, sorrow – and possibly the end of existence. Coal Hill School has been a part of the Doctor Who universe since the very beginning, the year of 1963 when Doctor’s grand daughter attented to the highschool, but that has come at a price. Time travelling over the years has caused the very walls of space and time to become thin. There’s something pressing in on the other side, something waiting for its chance to kill everyone and everything, to bring us all into Shadow. Panel includes stars Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins and Vivian Oparah along with Patrick Ness and Brian Minchin.
Let’s watch and enjoy the Doctor Who full panel with Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, Steven Moffat, Brian Minchin, and Matt Lucas at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in NYC at New York Comic-Con 2016!
An interesting interview for Entertainment Weekly where the science-fiction series ‘Doctor Who’ cast and executive producers (Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin) tease the Christmas special episode, filming a new season, bringing on a new co-star and more at New York Comic-Con 2016.
The biggest news of the week is the forthcoming BBC release of an animated reconstruction of the 1966 long-missing regeneration epic “The Power of the Daleks”. The master negatives were destroyed in an archive purge in 1974. The episode is introduced by the Second Doctor himself.
The official trailer. The full story is here: http://www.doctorwho.tv/whats-new/article/an-i-mate-the-power-of-the-daleks-celebrates-50th-anniversary-with-animated-reconstruction
The original trailer, from 50 years ago.
This classic Dalek adventure, featuring Patrick Troughton’s debut as the Doctor, will be released later this year on BBC Store, exactly 50 years to the minute after it was first transmitted on BBC One (November 5), and then on DVD.