Monday, 17 November 2008

The Next Doctor and other news

Well the 2 mins preview is well worth the wait, david morriesaeys doctor doesn't seem possible to be the 11th doctor but he does have the voice for it anyway the video is below. Source BBC

Please remmber to donate, Along with this video there is also another video clip which was flimed for the backstage doctor who, the link is below:

Today marks the release of Both Series 4 Boxset and Soundtrack, Boxset costing £70 and Sound track about £8.98 both can be purchased from a number of retailers.

In other news, Glasgow's Doctor Who exhibition will open on March 27, 2009 and run until January 4, 2010, says the official exhibitions website. It is being held at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and tickets go on sale from November 17. The site also states that the exhibition begins on March 28, so the March 27 date may be a preview. The link is below:
Booking deatils plus prices are avilable below:
Adult tickets cost £7.50 and children and concessions are £4.50. Booking fees will also apply. Family tickets will cost £18 plus booking fee.Booking telephone no is: 08444 815 816

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has produced a webcast featuring Jane Tranter who, while Controller, Drama Commissioning, gave the green light to the return of Doctor Who as well as the go-ahead for Torchwood. In the webcast, she talks about her career and the future of TV drama. She also explains how the advancement in TV special effects and the support of Russell T Davies led her to commission a new series of Doctor Who. "Once Russell said he wanted to do it, there was never a moment of looking back," she says. She also presents clips from her most successful programmes. the webcast can be seen below:,598,BA.html

TV presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan have selected The Writer's Tale, by Russell T Davies and Benjamin Cook, for their Christmas presents book strand, and Stephen Fry will be appearing on Madeley and Finnigan's UKTV Watch show, Richard and Judy's New Position, on November 26 to review it.

The Series Four episode Midnight has been nominated for a Royal Television Society award for Best Sound - Drama at this year's RTS Craft and Design Awards. Julian Howarth, Tim Ricketts, Paul McFadden and Paul Jefferies receive the citation. The ceremony takes place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Park Lane, London, on November 24. It is the only category that Doctor Who has been nominated in this year.

Last Broadcast has done an interview with Elisabeth Sladen in which she tells why she won't be doing any more DVD commentaries for 2entertain. Among other topics, Sladen also talks about hating her new action figure, the third series of The Sarah Jane Adventures and the possibility of a Christmas special, plus future SJA cast changes. You can read it here.
Daleks take to the London skyline over the coming week.

To mark the release of the Doctor Who Series Four DVD box-set, a series of projections will be lighting up skies in both London and Cardiff.One of the projections will be a Dalek on Battersea Power Station.

Apart from the 2 mins trailer not much in terms of who news.

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