Adventure has a new face – series 11 cinematic trailer

A fan-made trailer, an editing together of the first two Thirteenth Doctor trailers and a rather lovely rendition of the Doctor’s theme into a fabulously cinematic whole:

Are the eyes windows to the soul? No, they are in fact the doors. If you look into her eyes, even for a second, you’ll see wonders beyond imagining. The stars, the universe, an adventure waiting to be had, it’s all there… and she’s inviting you along.

The #TWOishDOCTORS on Trenzalore

In order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of new Doctor Who this exclusive audio adventure brings together the Eleventh and Second Doctors, as played by Thomas Rees-Kaye and Christopher Thomson, on the adventure of two lifetimes. Let’s join them as they face their darkest hour… It’s interesting. 🙂

The Amateur Adventures of Doctor Who

Ast a parte of Me, You and Doctor Who show Matthew Sweet talks to Gary Russell about how his enthusiasm for the series as a teenager lead to him working on the show today and their memories from a few decades before, when the tapes were kings and qweens. The 1980’s were such a beautiful period, and we own them (at least in part) the Doctor Who resurection into new Who.

The Doctor Who Experience Regenerates

The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay has regenerated, featuring a new interactive adventure starring Peter Capaldi. The BBC team have sent Luke Spillane along to help the Doctor save the universe. Again. 😀

You can buy tickets for the Doctor Who Experience over here.

Titan Comics Launch Trailer

Since today two new series of comic book adventures begin for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor, from Titan Comics. This is their launch trailer.

Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1

Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead-end job in her family’s New York laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things. So when a strange man with an even stranger big blue box barges into her life on the eve of the Day of the Dead celebrations — talking about an infestation of psychic aliens — she seizes her chance for adventure with both hands.

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1

Alice Obiefune has just lost her mother when the Doctor explodes into her life. But what does this grieving young woman have to do with the career of a 70s musician, an amnesiac alien, and a terrifying cosmic threat? On-sale in comic stores and online from July 23

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How Far We’ve Come – BBC One TV Trailer

“If you like adventure, my dear, I can promise you an abundance of it!” – The Doctor. Indeed, and we all enjoy his adventures.

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Doctor Who Magazine DWM Issue 465

Doctor Who Magazine DWM Issue 465

It contains exclusive interviews with 5 doctors! Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann discuss the epic anniversary audio adventure The light at the end. Enjoy and don’t forget to buy this DWM issue.

Charlie Higson pens Ninth Doctor adventure

The ninth short ebook in the series celebrating Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary will be written by Charlie Higson – actor, comedian and author of the phenomenally successful Young Bond books and the cult thriller series, The Enemy.

The Beast of Babylon features the Ninth Doctor as played by Christopher Eccleston, and is available to pre-order now from these retailers: Amazon (UK | US) and iBookstore (UK | AU).

When a girl called Ali pockets a silver orb that falls from the sky, little does she realise it’s her ticket to seeing the universe! Desperate to retrieve the mysterious object, the Ninth Doctor agrees to let her join him on a dangerous trip to ancient Babylon. Together they must join forces to stop a giant Starman from destroying Earth before it’s too late!

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Get creative and create your own Monster Eggs for Easter!

Easter is approaching and the people from BBC want you to get creative and create your own Monster Eggs! Check out the eggs created by Doctor Who Adventures and submit your own for your chance to be featured on our page! Find out more on the Monster Eggs app you find here.

submit your Doctor Who monster eggs
submit your Doctor Who monster eggs


Here’s a cracking idea for some Easter fun!

Doctor Who Adventures magazine are getting ready for Easter with their super-scary Monster Eggs!

We want you to have a crack at making your own and uploading your pic here before Easter Sunday (31stMarch). After Easter we’ll then put up a gallery of our favs and you can vote for which is you think is the most eggggggggscellent!

Click here to find out more about Doctor Who Adventures magazine.

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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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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Steven Moffat on the First Dalek Adventure

The race called Daleks first appeared 49 years ago when the TARDIS visited a strange and sinister planet known as Skaro… their homeworld.

To celebrate the Doctor’s oldest alien adversaries the Doctor Who team from BBC have begun a short series of videos which feature Doctor Who’s lead writer and Executive Producer, Steven Moffat, discussing Daleks’ history. He selects a number of stories that are amongst his favourites and the most significant Dalek adventures, beginning, appropriately enough, with the Daleks’ debut from December, 1963.

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An Adventure in Time and Space, the 50th Doctor Who anniversary movie

I am not sure if I should be happy or I should weep, but, as BBC announced yesterday, Matt Gatiss has been commissioned by BBC Two to write a drama to tell the story of the Doctor’s genesis. The movie is set to air in 2013 as part of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary celebrations.

From my point of view, the mystery of Doctor’s origin is a part of great flavor of the the Doctor Who series. I appreciate a good movie, but I do not want a solve a mystery and leave an empty “space” instead of it. I would rather open the possibility to ask new questions, to let other mysteries enter, to be surprised.

The BBC today announces that a special BBC TWO drama has been commissioned to mark the 50thanniversary of Doctor Who next year.

An Adventure in Space and Time will tell the story of the genesis of Doctor Who since its first broadcast on 23 November 1963.  Exploring all aspects of the longest running science fiction series to date, the special one off 90 minute drama will also look at the many personalities involved in bringing the series to life.

Written by Mark Gatiss, it is Executive Produced by current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner.  The single drama was commissioned by Ben Stephenson Controller, Drama and Janice Hadlow, Controller of BBC TWO.

Time Leech, Doctor Who comics for charity

I’ve never read the Time Leech comics, so this info about the adventures is new for me. Whatever. I found an article about this and I consider it interested to promote: you can get a copy of this comics and you can help other people.

You may recall that the first Time Leech adventure saw the Tenth Doctor landing in a London where Churchill was Prime Minister, Silurians and Elizabethans rubbed shoulders (seriously, two years beforeThe Wedding of River Song!) and the epicentre was a giant Time Leech in the middle of eating Westminster Abbey.

Following this, the Doctor and his mysterious new companion Ruth headed into space in Hellstar, where they found a deserted prison ship, empty bar a monster and a recovery crew… but they held a terrible secret that no one could have possibly guessed.

The final part, Time Bomb, saw the discovery of a giant Time Lord weapon materializing on Earth. Naturally only the Doctor can prevent detonation, but someone else is interested in the device…

Due to licensing restrictions the three-part Doctor Who strip can’t be published and request payment (BBC’s Doctor Who characters are copyrighted. But there is at least a way to work around the legal troubles.

There will be two targets for the raised funds: Children in Need and AICR (Association for International Cancer Research).

You have two ways to purchase your copy of Time Leech. First, there is the print version, in traditional graphic novel format. This has a price of £4.99 including postage and packing (£9.99 for international orders).

The second choice is the entire adventure in PDF, available for 99p. (We also have a second electronic format, CBR, available. If you require CBR, let us know when you checkout.)

For more information read this article.