Thursday 29 March 2012

Time for a male Doctor Who companion?

Now we know, the new Doctor Who companion is Jenna-Louise Coleman. But even this morning, while fans waited for this news, one thing was never in doubt: Matt Smith's Doctor would once again be joined on his voyages through space-time by a lady. That's the rule, one as fixed as any of the laws of physics: male Doctor, female companion.

That's not to say we never get an extra shot of testosterone in the Tardis – the dappy, lovesick Rory and the uber-dashing Captain Jack spring to mind. But these men have never been companions in their own right; they only appear alongside female companions. Even in the original Doctor Who series, where there were more companions in the mix, it was rare to find the Doctor with only male company. more

Wednesday 21 March 2012

Doctor Who and Star Trek comic book mash-up for Assimilation2, out in May

The Doctor will ditch the TARDIS in favour of the USS Enterprise in the series, which sees IDW Publishing join forces with the TV shows' broadcasters CBS and the BBC. The comic's story will revolved around The Doctor, Amy and Rory teaming up with Captain Jean-Luc Picard to battle the duel threat of the Cybermen and the Borg in a bizarre hybrid of two much-loved titles.

Saturday 17 March 2012

This Tardis is going nowhere

It’s been stationed on a corner of Sheffield Town Hall for more than 80 years – a Tardis-like reminder of more traditional ways of keeping law and order...more

St. Patrick's Day Dalek

Thursday 15 March 2012

Cumberbatch set for Doctor Who?

Benedict Cumberbatch could be taking on Doctor Who, according to rumours.
The Sherlock Holmes star is tipped to play the Time Lord's deadly nemesis The Master for the show's 50th anniversary, the Daily Express reported...more

Tuesday 13 March 2012

Ami's Crocheted TARDIS

Ami says It is about 3 feet by 2 feet tall…made by Rachel. It is obviously bigger on the inside, it’s bulging!

We think it's brilliant. Anyone got anything similar, send us your photos.

Monday 12 March 2012


Arcturus is an alien delegate to planet Peladon in the 39th century, and revealed to be the main villain in the Doctor Who four-part episode "The Curse of Peladon" (1972). Physically, this creature resembles a greenish humanoid skull enclosed in a large robotic body and with a highly electronic speech. He was one of the ambassadors send by the Galactic Federation to negotiate Peladon's requested membership. At first, it appears that there was an attempt of murder against his life, but it was later revealed that he himself had planned the whole thing along with Hepesh, the king's High Priest, who didn't want his planet to join the alliance. Arcturus planned to commercially exploit the rich mineral resources of Peladon, since his own planet is poor on these. He was later killed by one of the Ice Warriors, who saved the Doctor's life in the process.

Friday 9 March 2012

Alpha Centauri

Alpha Centauri is a hermaphroditic hexapod from Alpha Centauri and, being effectively genderless is referred to as "it" as opposed to "he" or "she". It is tall, green, has one large blue eye, six arms and a high-pitched voice, wears a long yellow cape and walks with a nervous gait. It is prone to cowardice and hysterics. It has a low opinion of Earth, describing it as a "'remote and unattractive" planet, but regrets that its appearance can frighten humans. It regards females as unimportant.

Alpha Centauri is also the name of Alpha Centauri's native star system. The Alpha Centauri binary star system is second only to Proxima Centauri in proximity to the Solar System, home to the Earth. From "The Curse Of peladon (1972)"

Monday 5 March 2012


Steven Moffat announcing Doctor Who fans should follow Sophia Myles, could she be the new Doctor Who assistant? Although, she has already played Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson on Doctor Who. Who knows?

Scumbag Sonic Screwdriver

Thursday 1 March 2012

David Tennant On Cbeebies

Tree Fu Tom starring David Tennant as Twigs starts on Cbeebies on 5th March 2012