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    Didn't have time yesterday sadly, but today will be sitting down with the boys to go back to where it all started, and watch An Unearthly Child - it's an annual thing in my house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmichobo View Post
    Didn't have time yesterday sadly, but today will be sitting down with the boys to go back to where it all started, and watch An Unearthly Child - it's an annual thing in my house.
    Watching An Unearthly Child followed by the next three episodes of the first story of Doctor Who is an annual thing every 23rd November in my house too. Then I follow it up with the most recent episode aired which, in this year and at this point in time, was Kerblam!. I do that to show how far this legend of a show has come.
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    Billie Piper Back As Rose Tyler for Big Finish
    Monday, 26 November, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Rose Tyler, as played by Billie Piper, is returning for a new Doctor Who audio spin-off, and she’s bringing along her family and friends.

    Rose Tyler: The Dimension Cannon,is a new audio series made by Big Finish Productions in association with BBC Studios. It follows Rose’s journey through dying parallel worlds and also stars Camille Coduri as Rose’s mum Jackie, Shaun Dingwall as her dad Pete, Mark Benton as alien investigator Clive Finch and Elli Garnett as Caroline Finch.

    Producer David Richardson tells how the series came about.
    I approached Russell T Davies with the idea of Big Finish making a Rose Tyler spin-off. He was very enthusiastic - as always - and suggested we followed Rose’s journey that ultimately leads to her finding the Doctor in The Stolen Earth. I found the pro-posal irresistible, and instantly script editor Matt Fitton and I were throwing around ideas. There is a whole multiverse of possibilities. Russell suggested including Jackie and Pete, and embraced my idea of including a parallel universe version of Clive - who of course was killed off in the TV series (in the 2005 episode Rose).

    Russell guided us gently through the development - steering us towards ideas that worked brilliant-ly, ensuring things that needed improvement were fixed, and also throwing out the ideas that didn’t work. I’m absolutely delighted with what we have - a family drama about the end of worlds. It’s about love and loss and things that might have been - and our brilliant cast have embraced the emo-tional scripts.

    What we have is different from previous iterations. It’s rather dark (though never short on wit and charm) but it’s not really about villains. It focuses on the fight to survive against the odds, and on the power of family and love.

    The four episodes follow Rose’s mission to seek out the Doctor, the only person who can save the doomed multi-verse.


    1. The Endless Night by Jonathan Morris
    2. The Flood by Lisa McMullin
    3. Ghost Machines by AK Benedict
    4. The Last Party on Earth by Matt Fitton





    The series has its own distinct tone. Focusing on the era of Russell T Davies, there are no alien threats or villains to defeat. Instead these amazing stories capture and showcase the beautifully rich human characters of Doctor Who.

    Billie Piper shared her excitment at returning to the role.
    I love how normal Rose is, and yet really extraordinary. She lived a normal av-erage life but she is incredibly curious and has an enormous capacity for love and empathy and is really spirited. She is extraordinary.

    That’s the great thing about Doctor Who. It challenges new-thinking. It’s progressive and it can be political in amongst these human emotions and relationships. I think that’s its greatest appeal.

    From the worlds of Doctor Who, Rose Tyler – The Dimension Cannon will be released in September 2019, available for pre-order now on CD at £25 on CD and £20 on download.
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    28th November 2018
    Doctor Who
    The Collection Season 18 Blu-ray


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    BBC Studios announces Tom Baker’s final series as the next instalment in the DOCTOR WHO: THE COLLECTION Blu-ray range

    BBC Studios continues to offer Doctor Who fans the opportunity to build their own home archive on Blu-ray. Following the sell-out success of Tom Baker’s debut season, his seventh and final series will be released on 25th February as Doctor Who – The Collection: Season 18.


    Tom Baker’s final year saw the programme undergo radical changes in front of the cameras and behind the scenes.
    Producer John Nathan-Turner revamped the series with new writers, new directors, a new title sequence and theme arrangement, glossy production standards and – throughout the course of the season – a brand new regular cast. Over seven classic adventures the Doctor and his companions encountered the Foamasi, Meglos, the Marshmen, vampires and Tharils, building to a final deadly showdown between the Doctor and his arch nemesis the Master.

    As a special bonus this set also includes the 1981 K9 & Company Christmas pilot episode, plus hours of brand new material.


    Starring alongside Tom Baker are Lalla Ward as Romana, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, Janet Fielding as Tegan, Anthony Ainley as the Master, Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah-Jane Smith and John Leeson as K9.

    Special Features exclusive to this set include:


    • New Making-Of documentary and updated special effects for Logopolis
    • Revealing new 2019 commentaries moderated by Matthew Sweet (Tom Baker on The Leisure Hive, Lalla Ward & Rachel Davies on State Of Decay)
    • Surround sound mix for Warriors’ Gate
    • Rare behind-the-scenes footage from The Leisure Hive, Full Circle and Logopolis
    • Eight more editions of Behind The Sofa
    • Brand new documentaries The Writers Room and Weekend With Waterhouse
    • New interview with K9 & Company’s Ian Sears
    • Another dip into the Panopticon convention archives with Tom Baker
    • HD photo galleries plus scripts, production files and rare documentation provided as PDFs
    • The eight-disc box set also includes hours of extensive special features previously released on DVD.


    All material has been remastered for Blu-ray by Peter Crocker and Mark Ayres. Lee Binding has provided stunning packaging and new series writer/content consultant Pete McTighe has written another extensive booklet. Russell Minton is Executive Producer.


    Blu-ray trivia: when filming took place for Logopolis (1980), Tom Baker’s last adventure, the intention was to shoot at the University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank Observatory. Instead, production took place at Crowsley Park with the team using model shots.

    For the brand new Blu-ray, almost 40 years later, BBC Studios received permission to film at Jodrell Bank with a drone. Offered as an alternative viewing option, fans will now be able to experience the finished product just as it was originally intended.

    DOCTOR WHO: THE COLLECTION – SEASON 18 includes the following stories from 1980/81:


    • The Leisure Hive (four episodes)
    • Meglos (four episodes)
    • Full Circle (four episodes)
    • State Of Decay (four episodes);
    • Warriors’ Gate (four episodes)
    • The Keeper Of Traken (four episodes)
    • Logopolis (four episodes)
    • plus K9 & Company – A Girl’s Best Friend.


    RRP: £56.16
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    Oooohhhhhhhhhhhhh
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    Animated Macra Terror - Coming March
    Wednesday, 05 December, 2018 - Reported by Marcus

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    The BBC has revealed that an animated version of the 1967 story The Macra Terror will be released in March 2019

    The four part Patrick Troughton story has been missing from the BBC Archives for many years, although a copy of the soundtrack exists.

    Rumours of an annimated version of the story were confirmed by the BBC today releasing a trailer for the story on their YouTube channel.

    As well as the Second Doctor, the story features Ben, played by Michael Craze, Polly played by Anneke Wills and Jamie played by Frazer Hines

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    Doctor Who - Series 11 Soundtrack
    Wednesday, 12 December, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Silva Screen Records have announced they will be releasing the Doctor Who Series 11 Soundtrack in January 2019

    The music from the series, composed by Segun Akinola, will be available on CD and on streaming services from 11 January.

    The recently completed Series 11 marked the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor, award-winning actress Jodie Whittaker.

    Segun Akinola is a multi-talented composer whose work includes scoring BBC Two’s landmark four-part series Black and British: A Forgotten History, written and presented by Historian David Olusoga. He also scored Shola Amoo’s debut feature film A Moving Image, which had its world premiere at the 2016 LA Film Festival.

    Where do I even begin?! Working on series 11 has been nothing short of the experience of a lifetime. I have loved every single minute of it. From working closely with the production team, to writing the character themes to recording the New Year Special, it’s truly been so much fun.

    The soundtrack is available for pre-order on Amazon.

    Volume One


    1. Series 11 Opening Titles
    2. Getting That Bike
    3. Long Story
    4. This New Nose Is So Unreliable
    5. The Warrior
    6. Sonic Screwdriver
    7. The Doctor
    8. You Really Need To Get Out Of Those Clothes
    9. Three Suns
    10. Make It Through Those Ruins
    11. My Beautiful Ghost Monument
    12. Missing You
    13. Insurance Policy
    14. My Fam
    15. Tsuranga
    16. Resus One
    17. Kerblam
    18. Help In Dispatch
    19. Ranskoor Av Kolos
    20. The Shrine
    21. Keep Your Faith



    Volume Two

    1. Thirteen
    2. Get Out That Door
    3. Parks, Rosa Parks
    4. Artron Energy
    5. This Is Very Bad News
    6. Fishing Take Down
    7. Stand Up Now
    8. A Living Icon For Freedom
    9. Umbreen
    10. Thijarian Hive
    11. I Love You Nani
    12. Yaz And Nani End Credits
    13. King James
    14. Tendril
    15. Morax
    16. Reverse The Polarity
    17. Made A New Friend
    18. Rebuilt
    19. Me And My Mates
    20. Series 11 End Credits
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    Doctor Who Magazine: 533
    Friday, 14 December, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Issue 533 of Doctor Who Magazine includes a preview of the New Year's Day episode, Resolution

    Guest stars Charlotte Ritchie and Nikesh Patel, director Wayne Yip and writer Chris Chibnall feature in DWM’s exclusive preview of the New Year’s Day Special. Chibnall says
    You want it to feel like a treat: a big, thrilling, explosive, moving, cheeky, surprising treat. Basically, you want the Special to be epic. And I promise, it’s going to be epic.

    Also in this issue...

    • SHARON D CLARKE An exclusive interview with the actress who played Grace O’Brien in the 2018 series.
    • FRAZER HINES Frazer pulls some crackers from DWM’s TARDIS tin.
    • DERRICK SHERWIN A tribute to the writer, story editor and producer who oversaw the series’ transition from black and white into colour.
    • CYBER CONTROLLER Highlights from a previously unpublished interview with Derrick Sherwin.
    • PUBLIC IMAGE The latest in-depth report on Series 11’s ratings.
    • THE FACT OF FICTION 1981’s spin-off K9 and Company, starring Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith.
    • CHRISTMAS QUIZ Put your Doctor Who knowledge to the test with the DWM Christmas Quiz.
    • THE TIME TEAM The Team comments on Doctor Who’s very first Christmas Day episode, 1965’s The Feast of Steven.
    • THE WARMONGER Part three of a new comic strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends.
    • SEASON SURVEY Share your views on the latest series of Doctor Who.
    • EPISODE REVIEWS The verdict on Series 11 episodes Demons of the Punjab, Kerblam! and The Witchfinders.



    PLUS...A FREE double-sided poster, The Blogs of Doom, reviews, news, prize-winning competitions and more.

    Doctor Who Magazine 533 is on sale now, price £5.99.
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    Just out of curiosity, has anyone played "Exterminate!" the new Doctor Who tabletop miniatures battle game from Warlord Games?

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    I come across Doctor Who Meets Scratchman by Tom Baker on Barnes and Noble and didn't see it mentioned over here. I know the articles are from November but I thought I post about it for those who don't know about it.

    Tom Baker has written a brand-new Doctor Who novel

    Doctor Who fights the Devil in new Tom Baker novel | SYFY WIRE

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    Quote Originally Posted by planet_tv View Post
    I come across Doctor Who Meets Scratchman by Tom Baker on Barnes and Noble and didn't see it mentioned over here. I know the articles are from November but I thought I post about it for those who don't know about it.

    Tom Baker has written a brand-new Doctor Who novel

    Doctor Who fights the Devil in new Tom Baker novel | SYFY WIRE

    Link to DW Wiki about Doctor Who Meets Scratchman: http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Doctor_...ets_Scratchman
    I'm very much looking forward to reading this book. I look forward to discovering what Tom Baker and the dearly missed Ian Marter had in mind.
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    Doctor Who Magazine - The 2019 Yearbook
    Thursday, 27 December, 2018 - Reported by Chuck Foster


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    The latest magazine special from Doctor Who Magazine is their annual Yearbook, covering the developments in Doctor Who over the last year.


    THE DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE YEARBOOK 2019

    Jodie Whittaker’s debut as the Doctor was one of the television events of 2018 and a landmark in Doctor Who’s long history.

    The latest Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition explores the making of Series 11 in unprecedented detail. Highlights among the exclusive interviews include:




    Editor Marcus Hearn says:
    We’ve packed an incredible amount into the latest Yearbook. It was always our intention to create the ultimate guide to Series 11, and this issue includes much of the material that we’ve been gathering with the cast and writers since the beginning of 2018.




    The Doctor Who Magazine Yearbook 2019 is on general sale from 3 January.
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    Doctor Who Magazine - Issue 539
    Wednesday, 29 May, 2019 - Reported by Marcus


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    Issue 539 of Doctor Who Magazine includes an exclusive interview with Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker.

    This issue also includes:


    • The latest Production Notes from showrunner Chris Chibnall.
    • Former Doctor David Tennant discusses Jodie Whittaker.
    • Howard Burden recalls designing costumes for three different Doctors.
    • The second part of a candid interview with 1980s script editor Eric Saward.
    • What topped the DWM season poll? We reveal the results!
    • We talk to the team behind the Blu-ray special edition of 1973’s Planet of the Daleks.
    • The Fact of Fiction explores the 2005 story The Long Game.
    • Eric Saward previews his novelisations of Resurrection and Revelation of the Daleks.
    • Is Doctor Who a kids’ show? The Time Team decides.
    • How to recreate the Second Doctor’s ‘cosmic hobo’ style.
    • The final part of Herald of Madness, a comic strip adventure featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends.
    • The Blogs of Doom, audio reviews, previews, news, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!


    DWM 539 is on sale from 30 May, priced £5.99.




    DWM 539 is also available as a strictly limited Deluxe Edition, exclusive to WH Smith and store.panini.co.uk priced £9.99.

    In addition to the latest issue of DWM, the Deluxe Edition includes:


    • An exclusive vinyl EP featuring rare and bonus tracks from The Evil of the Daleks.
    • A 28-page supplement about the making of the Thirteenth Doctor’s episodes, packed full of new information and previously unseen pictures.
    • Downloads from BBC Audio and Big Finish.
    • A Doctor Who bookmark.



    And more.
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    June 4th, 2019
    Doctor Who - The Faceless Ones
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    Its worth trying the code SIGNUP10 for 10% off.

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    All formats are also available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

    BBC Studios is pleased to announce that The Faceless Ones will be the next animated Doctor Who release, filling a gap in missing content. Following the success of The Power of the Daleks, Shada and The Macra Terror, The Faceless Ones will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and as an exclusive steelbook next year.


    The Faceless Ones is the mostly missing eighth serial of the fourth season in Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in six weekly parts from April to May 1967. Starring Patrick Troughton as the Doctor, the story concerns a race of identity-stealing aliens known as the Chameleons.

    Only two of the six episodes are held in the BBC film archives with snippets of footage and still images existing from the other four. Off-air recordings of the soundtrack also still exist, making the animation of a complete serial possible once again.

    The six new animated episodes are being made in full colour and high definition. The DVD/Blu-ray release will also include surviving archive material from the original 1967 production.

    Also starring:
    Anneke Wills – Polly
    Michael Craze – Ben Jackson
    Frazer Hines – Jamie McCrimmon
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    New Character Options products for B&M stores this summer
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    Character Options have announced a new series of exclusive Doctor Who merchandise that will be available later this summer from local B&M stores in the UK:

    Fans of the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdrivers will be able to get their hands on a heritage set of three popular incarnations. The new blister-pack series will include electronic versions, inspired by the 50th anniversary episode, of the Tenth, Eleventh and War Doctor’s sonics.

    For action figure fans, Character Options presents a set of three unique Doctor & Dalek Twin Packs, inspired by the Doctor Who audio series from Big Finish. This includes a brand new take on the Eighth Doctor, plus the Dalek Interrogator Prime, as featured in Big Finish audio book story In the Garden of Death. The two additional Doctor and Daleks sets to be released from this range will feature the Seventh and War Doctors respectively.

    This year there will be not one, but two new TARDIS & Doctor sets released, each with a completely new take on both the Doctor and the blue box, inspired by adventures spanning the 1970s and 1980s.

    To complete the summer line-up there are three brand new collector sets with a range of three figures in each, inspired by the Classic adventures of the Second, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors.

    Al Dewar, Creative Director at Character Options commented:
    We are delighted to announce this first taster of what’s to come from our B&M stores Doctor Who toy range. To reveal the visuals of these brand new products, we plan to do a full unveiling live, which will take place ‘unboxing style’ on Character Options’ own Youtube channel in July; details of the time and date will be announced.

    More details on the products will be released in the coming weeks.
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    June 18th, 2019
    Doctor Who Season 23 Blu-ray Full Details / Special Features


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    BBC Studios announces Season 23 as the next installment in the DOCTOR WHO: THE COLLECTION Blu-ray range

    BBC Studios continues to offer Doctor Who fans the opportunity to build their own home archive on Blu-ray. The first jam-packed release for Colin Baker’s Sixth Doctor, Doctor Who: The Collection – Season 23, debuts on Monday 23rd September.

    In 1985, Doctor Who was taken off the air for an 18 month hiatus. When it returned, it was with an ambitious fourteen-episode adventure, The Trial of a Time Lord. The epic story saw the Doctor on trial for his life, with the court examining his adventures with companion Peri (Nicola Bryant) and looking to his future escapades with new companion Melanie (Bonnie Langford).


    This season saw the return of popular villain Sil, along with the Master, the towering robot Drathro and the plant-based Vervoid monsters. With the Inquisitor (Lynda Bellingham) overseeing the proceedings, it was the Valeyard (Michael Jayston) who proved the greatest threat, hiding his own sinister motives for wanting the Doctor’s downfall.

    With all episodes newly remastered from the best available sources, this Blu-ray box set also contains extensive and exclusive special features which include:


    • Extended edits – of all fourteen episodes
    • Terror of the Vervoids – four-part standalone edition with updated Fx
    • Immersive 5.1 surround sound & isolated scores – on all 14 broadcast episodes
    • Behind the Sofa – new episodes with Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Bonnie Langford, Mark Strickson, Frazer Hines and Matthew Waterhouse
    • The Writers’ Room – Eric Saward, Philip Martin, Christopher H Bidmead & Waly K Daly discuss the ‘Lost’ Season 23
    • The Doctor Who Cookbook Revisited – brave cast members tackle their original recipes from the 1980s official cookbook
    • The Doctor’s Table – join Colin Baker and friends for dinner
    • In Conversation – Matthew Sweet chats to companion Bonnie Langford
    • Unseen studio footage
    • Rare archive treats
    • Convention footage
    • Blu-ray trailer
    • HD photo galleries
    • Scripts, costume designs & more in the PDF Archive


    The six-disc box set also includes hours of extensive special features previously released on DVD.

    DOCTOR WHO: THE COLLECTION – SEASON 23 stars Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Bonnie Langford with Michael Jayston and Lynda Bellingham. Guest appearances include Anthony Ainley, Nalbil Shaban, Joan Sims, Christopher Ryan, Michael Craig, Honor Blackman, Tony Selby and Geoffrey Hughes.
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