Sunday, 27 February 2011

Lily Cole is to join Doctor Who


MODEL Lily Cole is to join Doctor Who - as a mysterious sea creature.
It means Karen Gillan's reign as the show's most stunning redhead could be over. Lily, 22, will appear alongside Time Lord Matt Smith and his assistant Amy Pond, played by Karen, in the new BBC1 series later this year. The episode, set in the 1600s, will see the Tardis landing on top of a pirate ship. Lily told TV Biz: "It is a great script and a fun character and I am glad to be involved." An insider said: "Lily's a big fan of the show and jumped at the chance to appear. She will play a sea creature in an episode based around a well-known tale. It's a real ocean adventure."

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Dr. Who’s TARDIS Lands at MIT, Caltech, and Berkeley


Lately, a full-sized TARDIS has shown up at a number of university campuses across the US. Have you seen one yet?

Doctor Who star Nicholas Courtney dies aged 81

Courtney made his first appearance as the Brigadier in 1968 and played alongside five different Doctors, including Sylvester McCoy and Jon Pertwee. He also starred in the Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2008. In 1997 Courtney was named as honorary president of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society in recognition of the 107 episodes he starred in.


Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf


Quirky top-rated comedy comes to Chorley Little Theatre with Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf Friday, February 18 at 7.30pm. Written and performed by Toby Hadoke and directed by Mark Attwood the show invites the audience to get out from behind that sofa and get aboard Toby’s TARDIS on a trip through time – charting the rise, fall and rise again of a television legend.

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Hairy encounter for Time Lord Matt


The Doctor has been involved in dozens of close shaves - but now he's in a whole heap of stubble. The usually smooth-skinned actor Matt Smith sports a tatty beard for an episode of the next series of Doctor Who to be screened later this year. But the screen star has come clean and admitted he used a fake beard for the scenes because he did not have the time to grow one of his own during filming. Smith, 27, said: "It was a glued-on beard. I wouldn't be able to grow a full-on beard like that in time." The beard is seen briefly in a trailer for the series, in which he also appears to be chained and wearing a straitjacket. Scrubbing the false fur from his face proved to be a nasty business, he said. "They had to remove it with a substance smelling like white turps," said Smith.

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Doctor of the Caribbean


Doctor Who is taking a leaf out of Captain Sparrow's book and going all Pirates of the Caribbean for the upcoming series.
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Thursday, 3 February 2011

Recycled rubbish is music to Somerset family's ears


A musical family is wowing audiences with renditions of favourite TV theme tunes on instruments made from recycled rubbish. The piece de resistance is a version of the Dr Who theme in which the eerie sound of the Tardis is portrayed by a resonating chicken feed bucket.
More rubbish... :-)

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Time Lord Faces Holographic Spam in New Doctor Who Comic


The 11th Time Lord tackles holographic spam and other annoying online extrapolations in the first issue of the all-new Doctor Who comic book series.
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