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.
Or, with other words, whtat Matt Smith, Alex Kingston and Jenna Coleman did at New York Comic Con, October 6th, 2016. A fan-made video of their panel.
Writer and producer Steven Moffat discusses with IGN about how hard it is to regenerate a Doctor, and why his leaving the series next year doesn’t mean Peter Capaldi will too.
Something interesting to watch, even if it’s already a month old: a live coverage from the Marvel Booth at New York Comic Con 2016.
Let’s enjoy some of the highlights 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.
The YouTuber Marcos Kaiser is playing Murray Gold’s “I am the Doctor” theme arranged for classical guitar.
Invited in the show Good Morning Britain, The fifth Doctor Who, Peter Davison, talks about his life and legacy with the release of his new book, ‘Is There Life Outside The Box? An Actor Despairs’.
If Doctor Who was a sitcom… it would be quite interesting to watch!
Music: Everywhere You Look (Full House Theme) – Jesse Frederick
In the Miss Peregrine’s home for peculiar children style. And it’s very cute! The author focused it on series 5-7 (part1).
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!
Steven Moffat told the public why he loves Superman and how he created his own superhero, ‘Red Rat’.
Pearl Mackie talked to IGN about joining the Doctor Who universe, replacing Clara, and what to expect from the tenth season of the iconic show.
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 teaser trailer for the Doctor Who spin-off – Time never forgets. The Doctor travels through time and space, but he can’t always be there… And sometimes you have to take survival upon yourselves.
Just beyond what you see, just beyond what you know, there’s something out there waiting for you.
This Christmas the Doctor will be back in The Return of Doctor Mysterio. Also, a superhero will appear on your TV set screens! No, not Matt Lucas. Other hero – Justin Chatwin!
Find out everything the TARDIS knows about the Sontarans in this Index File of our Monster of the Month! September 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.
Cybermen stomp their feet. For the time Doctor dances. And it doesn’t sound bad at all… you can use the song yourself if you want to have some fun.
Something very odd, brilliantly odd: one night, bored YouTuber SimplyAnna decided to play the Doctor Who theme on her otamatone (a musical instrument shaped like a note on a stave, that you blow into). The result is the sort of buzzing fizziness, and you can enjoy it right now.
The reading was uploaded on YouTube in 2 parts.
A very interesting reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire by Peter Capaldi.
The Fan Show Special guest Ingrid Oliver discusses playing Osgood and shapeshifting into Beyoncé in the latest Fan Show Zygon Review Show!
With Christel Dee and Luke Spillane.
How about a rewording of Katy Perry‘s “Wide Awake”, a video clip for that song from the perspective of a fan trying to get used to the Doctor’s various regenerations?
First you hate him, then he’s alright, then he’s your favorite and you love him and you want some more of him.
The video performed by GingerTen from Kumoricon 2013’s Tiptoe Through The TARDIS panel, the morning of September 2, 2013, looks like this.
Adding a guitar, you get a different result (another fan-made video).
A fan-made fact file on the First Doctor, putting together all the information we have on his early years in the order in which he had experienced it, from his childhood to his travels in time and space.
Or, in other words, how to make a cake shaped as a TARDIS: to celebrate the release of the Doctor Who Cookbook the team promoting the show had a time-lapse of the Gingerbread TARDIS materialising.
Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook http://po.st/TheOfficialCookbook
Produced by Clarissa Pabi, presented by Joanna Farrow, shot and edited by Adrian Cecil.
The Doctor’s companions were at Boston Comic Con 2016: let’s watch together Amy Pond’s (Karen Gillan) & Clara Oswald’s (Jenna Coleman) panel.