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31 March 2013 @ 02:02 am
Tonight's episode had me Googling the missing episodes on a whim, which is when I discovered this news: The Ice Warriors to be animated for DVD. This makes sense seeing as the Ice Warriors are set to return this series, and when you add in the fact that the fourth episode of The Tenth Planet is to be animated, it all makes me very hopeful that we'll be seeing more of the missing episodes in the near future. So, out of curiosity, which ones would you like to see in cartoon?
Fresh off John Barrowman's twitter:
@Team_Barrowman: I will not be involved in the 50th Anniversary Episode of Dr WHO. JB

Here's a video interview from TVC night with Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, where they are asked about the 50th. Nothing is disclosed, as usual.
And, apparently, when asked about the 50th, Tom Baker told a fan the following:
[Spoiler (click to open)]"Funnily enough i was with Peter and Sylvester the other day, and they said they hadn't [been asked to be in it] and they asked me and I said the same. However I think it's been confirmed that David Tennant is in it? I think it would be a pity to ask one and not the others, but Peter Davison has written a short comedy video"

Speaking of Sylvester McCoy, he was one of the participants on last night's Doctor Who edition of Celebrity Pointless now on iplayer for the next 6 days (if you can, show your support for the show by watching it there. If you can't, here's an international version). Info and list of participants here.

[Trailer for "The Bells of St John" - embedded video under spoiler cut]Trailer for 'The Bells of St John':

The full Apple Store Q&A with Matt Smith is available for free download on iTunes here.

Jenna interviews Matt in this video interview:
Current Mood: blah
“I read it and I clapped at the end. I think it’s hilarious and I think it’s epic and I think it’s vast. You will not be disappointed. I think it’s going to be the biggest and the best and the most inventive, the most exciting year for the show, and this script delivers on all those points that you want it to, for where the show is at this time. It’s brilliant. It somehow manages to pay homage to everything and look forward and I think that’s part of the genius of it. We’re upping the scale of everything. It’s 3D. I won’t say anything about the length, but there’s just a bit more bang for your buck.”Stuff happening today:

  1. Today, 18th March, booking opens for General Public for David Tennant's Richard II in both Stratford-Upon-Avon and London. Tickets can be booked on both The RSC and Barbican websites and, as they have less members, it appears that The Barbican website has more and better seats available including some still in the front row for some dates

  2. Third episode of Broadchuch airs today at 21:00 on ITV (I won't put up a reaction post this time unless you want one)

  3. Also, second episode of Neverwhere airs today, with a new episode every day this week

Stuff happening on Saturday 23rd:

  1. From Saturday 23rd at 17:15, a prequel minisode for ep1 of series 7b will be available on Red Button. Description: 'The Doctor takes a break on Earth, despondent that he can't find Clara'

  2. Also on Saturday, a special Doctor Who-themed episode of game show Pointless celebrity edition will air at 7:00pm on BBC One. The guests will be the seventh Doctor team of Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred; the companion team of Frazer Hines and Louise Jameson; the 'noble' team of Bernard Cribbins and Jacqueline King; and finally the "sixth Doctor" pairing of Nicola Bryant and Andrew Hayden-Smith (standing in for Colin Baker who was participating in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here at the time of recording). K-9 (aka John Leeson and Mat Irvine) will help Alexander Armstrong host. More info and photos here.

  3. The Third Doctor short story by Marcus Sedgewick, The Spear of Destiny, will be published as an e-book. Author talks about it here. Extract of the short here (includes links to extract of the First and Second Doctor shorts). Info and sinopsis here.

Tonight's episode of Community takes place at an Inspector Spacetime convention!

Alex Kingston will be appearing in the TV series Arrow, which also has John Barrowman. Check out this great pic he tweeted of the two of them![Spoilered for size (click to open)]

A special episode of the quiz show Pointless will air later this year, featuring Doctor Who stars as contestants. Here's a pic from when it was filmed, with Sylvester McCoy, Nicola Bryant, Frazer Hines, Sophie Aldred and Louise Jameson:
[spoilered for size (click to open)]

David Tennant's new drama Broadchurch (with Olivia Colman, Arthur Darvill, written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Euros Lyn and James Strong) will première on ITV on 4th March. Here's an interview, which also has a trailer.
Chris Chibnall has been interviewed by Starburst about Torchwood and Doctor Who and Beyond, including Broadchurch.
David Tennant has also been narrating the 3 part documentary series Penguins - Spy in the Huddle which airs on BBC1 at 9pm on Mondays. Eps 1 and 2 should be on iPlayer. He's currently filming The Escape Artist which also stars Sophie Okonedo (Liz 10).

It's been announced that Nick Hurran will direct the 50th anniversary special!

Meanwhile, filming for An Adventure in Space and Time continues. David Annen played original TARDIS set designer Peter Barachi and Nicholas Briggs donned a wig to play the original voice of the Daleks Peter Hawkins.
17 October 2012 @ 10:42 pm
I've done a few Hartnell vids but now it's time to move to the next Doctor, Patrick Troughton. With a lot fewer stories to work with it makes it harder to find a good trailer that fits. But I think this one matched up fairly well.

The Mind Robber was a story of being trapped in the Land of Fiction. Along the same lines as "In the world of the dream" from Inception. Yeah, I know Inception mashups are passé but it works fairly well. And as with Hartnell, there aren't enough Troughton vids either.


That"s Fiction vid under the cut-Collapse )
22 February 2012 @ 09:56 pm
Title: Loose Ends (2/3?)
Characters/Pairings: 11/Jamie, Amy/Rory (mentions 2/Jamie and 11/River)
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Doctor Who belongs to Stephen Moffat, Russel T. Davies, and the BBC
Summary: The Doctor reunites with one of his oldest friends, but there's some unscheduled history happening.
Chapter One )
Chapter Two )
18 July 2011 @ 05:13 pm
Oh lord, so much many arts. Most of them requests from Tumblr.

Jamie + Victoria
Five + his dubiously canon bunny
Sparkle Princess Fivey
Dancing Narvin + Judging Romana
Leela + Romana Sexy dance

Woo! Art! )
21 March 2011 @ 11:38 pm

Ever wondered what it would be like if Jamie and Victoria (which I often tout as one of my favourite Classic Who Pairings) were in Skakespeare's Romeo and Juliet? No, neither did I but it's the amusing result of what I got from seeing [info]wander_realtai use this Drabble Generator found here. I wasn't expecting this result since it is so different from her own yet it is suprisingly interesting to read. The odd word might not make sense, probably due to the fact that half the time I think I actually forget what an abjective is. ;) But with without further Ado (about nothing), here is William Shakespeare lost masterpiece... Jamie and Victoria!

By the Pricking of my Thumbs, Something TARDIS this way comes...
03 March 2011 @ 09:30 am

I"m a little bit in love with the cartoon under the cutCollapse )Click on the pic (or here) to see the rest of her gallery; she's got an amazing series chronicling the possible appearance of Eight during the war, and she's currently working on one with all of them feeding birds. I'm a fan.

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