Russell T Davies returning to BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’

In a shock announcement Russell T Davies (Doctor Who, Queer as Folk, It’s a Sin) will make an explosive return as showrunner for the BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who for the 60th Anniversary in 2023, and new series beyond that.  BBC Studios are partnering with Bad Wolf to produce the series. The news follows the announcement that Chris Chibnall & Jodie Whittaker are due to exit the show after the upcoming series and some specials air into next year.

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Missing ‘Doctor Who’ adventure ‘Galaxy Four’ to be animated

Galaxy Four, the mostly-missing Doctor Who serial starring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, has been given the animation treatment. It will be released on 15th November 2021 on DVD, Blu-ray and as an exclusive Steelbook, filling another gap in missing Doctor Who episodes.

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Chris Chibnall & Jodie Whittaker to exit BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’

The BBC has announced today that 13th Doctor actress Jodie Whittaker and show-runner Chris Chibnall are set to leave the iconic BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who. Their time on the show will culminate with a trio of Specials, culminating in an epic blockbuster Special to air in autumn 2022 as part of the BBC’s Centenary celebrations. Continue reading

Lost ‘Doctor Who’ story ‘The Evil of The Daleks’ getting animated release

The Evil of the Daleks is the mostly-missing ninth and final serial of the fourth season of the British series Doctor Who, which originally aired in seven weekly parts from 20 May to 1 July 1967. The Evil of the Daleks fills another gap in the missing Doctor Who content lost in the purge of the BBC archive soon after the programme’s original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic, featuring the original surviving second episode.

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‘River Song’ book coming from Alex Kingston

River Song is getting her own novel ‘The Ruby’s Curse’ releasing on the 20th May 2021, written by the actress who plays the character, Alex Kingston!

This stylish sci-fi noir adventure features her most famous characters: private detective Melody Malone and legendary time-travelling archaeologist River Song.

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Audio Review: Children of the Stones

Review by Ian McArdell


Children of the Stones is a new podcast audio drama, produced by BaffleGab for BBC Radio 4, and based on a story first presented in the 1977 HTV television series, which starred a pre-Blakes’s 7 Gareth Thomas. Famously terrifying, it follows the story of the Brake family, a father and son who move to Milbury; a village famous for its prominent circle of standing stones. This new interpretation, from writers AK Benedict and Guy Adams, comprises ten episodes which vary in length from twelve to twenty-one minutes, and runs to just over two and a half hours. The bones of the tale remain as before; although the writers have shifted a few of the pieces around to suit more modern ears.


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Doctor Who releases anthology ‘Adventures in Lockdown’ with writers including Neil Gaiman, Steven Moffatt & Russel T Davies

Penguin Random House will be publishing Doctor Who: Adventures in Lockdown, a collection of stories written by Doctor Who writers in response to COVID-19, in aid of BBC Children in Need.

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BBC Children in Need release limited edition Doctor Who Pudsey’s

This year BBC Children in Need have created some super special Limited Edition Bears in collaboration with some of your favourite TV shows! The Tenth Doctor Who Pudsey as David Tennant is super cute and ready to jump in the TARDIS for adventures!

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Doctor Who Console/PC game ‘The Edge of Reality’ announced

As part of the New York Comic Con Metaverse event the BBC have announced a new game ‘Doctor Who – The Edge of Reality‘ game coming to consoles & PC.

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Doctor Who Festive Special 2020 first images released

BBC America and HBO Max have have released the first images from this year’s Doctor Who Festive Special ‘Revolution Of The Daleks’

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