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Set Course for 2025 for a Happy Who Year!

Blogtor Who - Wed, 04/10/2024 - 22:00
Enjoy a Happy Who Year in 2025, with a new one day Doctor Who convention next January

Honalee Media are organizing a new dedicated Doctor Who convention for January 2025: Happy Who Year! Welcome in the New Year with Peter Davison, Colin Baker, and Sylvester McCoy– the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors – who are leading the line-up of Doctor Who stars appearing on stage, in a day-long diary of exclusive on stage interviews, celebrity autograph panels, photograph sessions, cosplay competitions, merchandise, and much more! The new event from the Who’s at the Playhouse team will take place at the Epsom Playhouse in Surrey on the 19th of January.

Also appearing will be a wealth of actors celebrating the New Year and the world of Doctor Who, including Carole Ann Ford and Peter Purves, who played the original Doctor’s companion Susan Foreman and Steven Taylor, Frazer Hines, aka Second Doctor companion Jamie McCrimmon, and John Leeson, the voice of the Doctor’s robot companion K9 – plus many more star names added to the guest list soon!

Doors open at 9.15, with the first events beginning at 10.30am. The day finishes at 5.30pm (this includes an hour for lunch). Doors close at 6pm, so grab your TARDIS keys and get on to your next adventure!

TICKETS INCLUDE:

  • Entry to Happy Who Year, and to the celebrity interviews, Q&As and shows taking part during the day between 10.30am and 5.30pm.
  • Access to the Celebrity Autograph Panel, where you can meet the stars of Doctor Who! Celebrity guest autographs are from £15.00 each
  • Access to the Celebrity Photograph Studio – get your picture taken with our guests! Professional photograph with celebrity guests: from £15.00 each
  • Entry into the cosplay competition!
  • Exclusive Souvenir Poster.

Tickets are priced at £55 for adults and £17.50 for under 16s. You can buy your tickets now from the Epsom Playhouse website.

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Doctor Who’s Peter Davison: Kiss Me, Kate!

Blogtor Who - Fri, 04/05/2024 - 22:00
Peter Davison will be storming the stage at the Barbican in a new production of Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate!

Cole Porter’s chaotic musical comedy Kiss Me, Kate is being revived in a new production at the Barbican in London. And Doctor Who’s Peter Davison will be joining the cast as one corner of the love triangle which drives the plot.

Kiss Me, Kate plays with the themes of The Taming of the Shrew, switching between the performance of a new musical version of Shakespeare’s play and the comedy of errors unfolding backstage. Line of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar plays Fred Graham and celebrated Broadway star Stephanie J Block is Lilli Vanessi. Together, they’re the warring actors playing Petruchio and Katharine. Once passionately in love, now bitterly divorced, public demand for their on stage chemistry has brought them back together again. But as the pair unleash their cutting wit on each other, can the sparks reignite the flames of love behind the scenes as well as on stage?

Not if Peter Davison’s character has anything to do with it. The former Doctor Who star plays General Thomas Howell, Lilli’s controlling new fiance who aims to keep her as far away from Fred, and acting, as possible. But he’s just one of the couple’s problems. Mistaken identities, on-stage disasters in the play-within-a-play, and even gun totting gangsters all threaten to derail both the performance and the romance.

You can check out the special introduction trailer, released before Davison’s casting, below.

Kiss Me, Kate has its opening night in June, with tickets on sale now

Kiss Me, Kate has music and lyrics by Cole Porter, a book by Bella and Samuel Spewack. It’s full of memorable songs including Another Op’nin’ Another Show, Brush Up Your Shakespeare, Always True to You in My Fashion and Too Darn Hot. While if other productions are any guide, duet From This Moment On will give Peter Davison his chance to show off his singing voice.

Kiss Me, Kate will run at the Barbican Theatre for 15 weeks from 4 June to 14 September 2024. You can buy your tickets here.

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Doctor Who – Ruby and the 15th Doctor arrive in a New BBC Roblox Game

Blogtor Who - Fri, 04/05/2024 - 10:33
The Doctor and Ruby Sunday have landed in the new Roblox game released today, BBC Wonder Chase.

It’s the first time the BBC has launched a game like this on a platform like Roblox. BBC Wonder Chase is a free, fun, vibrant world, featuring some of the biggest BBC shows like Match of the Day, EastEnders, The Next Step, and, of course, Doctor Who.

As well as The Doctor and Ruby, players will also meet a mischievous Goblin and can find a Weeping Angel, a Dalek and the Tardis in the game’s ‘Deep Space Zone’. Throughout the game, players will also meet and interact with some of the BBC’s most famous faces – including Gary Lineker, Zara McDermott, Louis Theroux, and Hacker T Dog.

The new BBC Wonder Chase experience aims to reach young people where they are and bring the BBC to them. Roblox is enormously popular with younger audiences, and is used by over 71 million people every day. The experience is free on Roblox, and available on PC, mobile (iOS, Android), PlayStation, Xbox. To find it, just go to Roblox and search for BBC Wonder Chase.

Fiona Campbell, controller of youth audience, BBC iPlayer and BBC Three, says: “BBC Wonder Chase brings some of the biggest BBC shows from the worlds of sport, drama and the natural world alive in a game space that encourages play and social interaction between friends and also the show’s leading characters. Showcasing the breadth of BBC content on a platform with more than 71 million users.”

The experience was made by the BBC with Bristol-based games developer Mobile Pie. The BBC has also used a number of accessibility tools for the experience, which are available on the Roblox platform. This includes the option to stop or pause motion such as grass or wind to reduce animations for those who may find them distracting.

There is built-in support for Adaptive Controllers for people using PlayStation or Xbox, plus the ability to change what the buttons do so that users can control their experience. And there is a feature where users can automate a double jump, a key action, to help those who may have issues tapping twice in quick succession.

BBC – World Chase – Roblox

BBC Wonder Chase world will evolve across the coming year with new content added and new worlds developed.

To find BBC Wonder Chase, click here or go to Roblox and search for BBC Wonder Chase.

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Torchwood: Disco – Coming Soon from Big Finish

Blogtor Who - Wed, 04/03/2024 - 19:00
Torchwood’s Ianto trilogy concludes with Disco as Ianto steps back in time, Kylie style, to uncover family secrets

Ever since Ianto Jones first mentioned his troubled relationship with his father in the Torchwood TV series, fans have wondered what exactly went on between the two. Those questions will finally be answered in Disco, May’s instalment of Big Finish’s monthly range of Torchwood audio plays.

It stars Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto, alongside Rhys ap Trefor as “Disco” Jones, his father. It’s the third instalment in a trilogy of Torchwood releases written by David-Lloyd, all of which explore important points in Ianto’s life before he joined Torchwood Three in Cardiff.

Producer James Goss said:Disco is a remarkable play. Gareth David-Lloyd tells the story that Torchwood fans have always wanted to know – what’s up with Ianto’s dad? The answer is joyous and sad. Torchwood at its best takes a classic idea and does something unexpected with it. This is a time travel story about two blokes building a literal fence. It’s an epic about the web of time but there’s also dancing, darts, and a trip down the dole.

“Honestly, Disco is magnificent, and Gareth deserves to win all the awards for it.”

 

Torchwood: Disco. Cover by Sean Longmore (c) Big Finish Torchwood: Disco

It’s 1987 and “Disco” Jones is still dancing. Life and soul, bab, life and soul. Wednesdays is darts at The Merry Miller, Thursdays – shove ha’penny at The Boilermakers, Fridays played by ear, and Saturdays it’s the Disco at Cinderella’s.    

So who is Tom and why does he want to build a fence with him? 

Big Finish listeners can pre-order Disco as part of a six-release Torchwood – Monthly Range bundle, for just £60 (collector’s edition CD + download) or £50 (download only). A 12-release bundle is also available for just £110 (collector’s edition CD + download) or £96 (download only).

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REVIEW: Doctor Who: Born to Die

Blogtor Who - Tue, 04/02/2024 - 12:00
Christopher Ryan and Dan Starkey team up for a lively Sontaran adventure with Colin Baker’s Sixth Doctor

The Sontarans and the Rutans’ war continues with Born to Die, the third is Big Finish’s loosely connected series highlighting their eternal conflict. This time it’s the turn of Colin Baker’s Doctor to get involve himself, ably assisted by India Fisher’s Charley. Of course, since Charley was in the first story in the sequence, alongside the Eighth Doctor, she spends Born to Die pretending to know less about the warlike potato heads than she actually does…

Though this latest batch of clones quickly wrong-foot our favourite Edwardian adventuress. While the Romanesque ‘Sonturions’ of Battle of Giant’s Causeway drew on the same character DNA as the strangely adorable Strax, here she faces Sontarans at their most vicious and warlike. It’s less clear, however, why the Doctor keeps making doomed appeals to their better nature. After all, he most certainly does know better.

 

Born to Die proves nobody can morally grandstand like the Sixth Doctor

The reason for the Doctor’s pleas is the Sontarans’ recent arrival on the planet of the Nox. A timid forest dwelling species they’ve evolved the gift of perfect camouflage – able to make themselves and others completely invisible. But a conflict between two warlike species if about to interrupt their peaceful existence. (And if that setup sounds distinctly familiar, then you may have watched the Stargate SG-1 episode The Nox at some point.)

The Sontarans see the Nox as just another potential strategic advantage over the hated Rutans. The Doctor, obviously, is desperate to protect their way of life. While his attempt at mounting an ethical argument for them to be left alone is never particularly likely to persuade the invaders, it does suit Colin Baker’s bombastically moralistic performance down to the ground.

Indeed, the main delight of Born to Die is just how much fun everyone seems to be having. Baker is on top form, while India Fisher sparkles throughout with all her usual charisma. Moreover, we get three different Sontaran actors this time out, in the dome headed forms of TV’s Dan Starkey and Christopher Ryan, supported by Sontaran newbie Jon Culshaw. Naturally, they double and triple up as various characters. Yet there’s undoubtedly a new energy and bounce as they play off of each other.

 

Only lightly tying itself to the overall Sontarans vs Rutans arc, Born to Die is perfect for those looking for a quick, fun Doctor Who romp

The unique selling point of Sontarans vs Rutans, of course, is getting the two classic monsters in the same place at the same time. First time Doctor Who writer Tiegan Byrne holds the malicious jellyfish offstage for as long as possible. It’s an effective move which builds the mystery and anticipation. When they arrive, it’s an impressively unexpected way that we haven’t seen before. Morever, it succeeds in boxing the Doctor in to a classic moral dilemma, brilliantly executed in both script and performance.

Born to Die is only lightly ties in to the rest of the series by a few references to past and future events. But it’s completely possible to enjoy as a standalone adventure. Moreover, as satisfying as many of Big Finish huge arcs can be, in an era of box sets there’s something refreshing about such a quick, light, self-contained outing at the cheaper price point a standalone release allows. Listeners may already be invested in this ongoing arc or just want a fast paced, fun, Doctor Who adventure. Either way, Born to Die is an highly satisfying romp.

 

Doctor Who: Born to Die. Cover by Sean Longmore (c) Big Finish Doctor Who: Sontarans vs Rutans – Born to Die

The war between the Sontarans and the Rutans has been going on for millennia. And is likely to continue for millennia more. A terrible conflict with no care for consequences or collateral damage. Billions have died with no end in sight.

Its reach can encompass ancient Ireland and a forest world in the far future. Encounters with UNIT and a Doctor no more.

From the outside these battles may seem disconnected. But sometimes there is a common thread. And unpicking that could destroy everything.

When a trip to the planet Taxodon goes wrong the Doctor finds himself with mere hours to prove himself innocent of murdering a Sontaran. As more die, the Doctor and Charley need to uncover the cause and why the Sontarans are even on this planet… if they have time.

 

Sontarans vs Rutans: Born to Die is available to purchase for just £10.99 (collector’s edition CD + download) or £8.99 (download only), exclusively here.

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Doctor Who Viewing Figures: The FINAL 2023 Results Are In!

Blogtor Who - Tue, 04/02/2024 - 10:00
Doctor Who’s +28 viewing figures for last year are here!

The final official viewing figures for Doctor Who’s 2023 specials show a strong start to the new era. The extent of the timeshifting over the 28 days since broadcast underlines both the strong word of mouth for these episodes, and the increasing importance of the ‘Whoniverse’ streaming platform as part of its formula for success. These figures were originally reported as an exclusive in Doctor Who Magazine over the past couple of months. But with the new issue now in shops, Blogtor Who is able to update our readers with the news.

 

The Star Beast introduced, Donna Noble’s (Catherine Tate) daughter Rose (Yasmin Finney),, BBC Studios / Bad Wolf / Disney Plus 2023, Photo: Alistair Heap The Star Beast remains Doctor Who’s biggest episode in five years

The first of the specials, The Star Beast’s final rating is 8.36m. That’s up 0.75m (9.8%) from its +7 number, meaning its total time-shift was 3.28m viewers, a rise of 64.6% from its initial overnight result. It’s also an increase of 2.85m (51.7%) from previous episode The Power of the Doctor. In fact, comparing it to its opposite number in the final three Thirteenth Doctor specials, it’s up 3.61m (76%) from Eve of the Daleks. This makes it the highest rated episode of Doctor Who since 2018’s Arachnids in the UK. It’s also the sixth highest overall since the +28 metric was introduced in 2014.

The Star Beast also maintains its #10 spot in the weekly chart of all British TV. That’s down 5 places from Power of the Doctor, though up 12 spots from Eve of the Daleks’ finish outside the Top 20.

 

Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Specials – Wild Blue Yonder, Episode 2,The Doctor (David Tennant), BBC Studios/Bad Wolf/Disney+ Photo by James Pardon Strong time-shifting means Wild Blue Yonder jumps five places up the weekly chart, retaining almost all of the premiere’s audience

Second special Wild Blue Yonder held that audience, with 8.3m viewers. That’s down a negligible 0.06m (0.7%) from Star Beast. That’s the result of some strong time-shift viewing figures. 1.16m more viewers (16.4%) caught up with the twisted doppleganger tale since the +7, for a total gain of 3.47m (71.2%) since the overnight rating.

Looking back to the previous run of specials, it’s up 4.6m (124.3%) from its opposite number Legend of the Sea Devils. However, as we pointed out with the +7 result, that eye watering percentage is largely a function of Sea Devils being a low point in the history of Doctor Who viewing figures.

Chart wise, Wild Blue Yonder was the strongest performing of the three David Tennant led specials. It finished with a #4 chart position in the weekly chart, up 5 from its original +7 result. That again speaks to the strength of its time-shifting as it overtook other shows from that week. It also means it’s up 6 places from The Star Beast despite its near identical number of viewers.

 

Mel (Bonnie Langford) and The Doctor (David Tennant) join millions in watching The Giggle. Possibly.BBC Studios 2023,Alistair Heap The Giggle’s delivers a strong finish to the trilogy with Doctor Who holding its audience across the three specials

The Giggle closed out the new Doctor/Donna trilogy with 7.91m viewers. That’s up 1.06m (15.5%) from its +7 result, and up 3.29m (71.2%) in total from its original overnight. It’s a drop of just 0.39m (4.7%) from previous episode Wild Blue Yonder, and also up 2.4m (43.6%) from Jodie Whittaker finale Power.

The special bi-generation episode finished at #6 in the weekly chart. That’s up 4 place from its original result, again underling the strength of Doctor Who’s time-shifting. Though it is down 2 spots from Yonder, and 1 down from Power of the Doctor’s top 5 finish.

 

The Doctor Who 60th Anniversary specials delivered viewing figures remarkable for 2023 ,BBC Studios,Zoe McConnell/Alistair Heap/Bad Wolf/BBC STUDIOS We can now compare the Fourteenth Doctor’s era to the Tenth’s, with surprising results

Having these final official results for the second David Tennant era also means we can again marvel at his ability to pull in the same sort of audiences he was getting in the 00s. Viewing figures for television in general may be down since 2009. Certainly catch up viewing is more important than ever.

Tennant’s original run on the show pulled in an average of 8.36m viewers per episode. Meanwhile in 2023 David Tennant’s return was met by an average of 8.19m per episode. That’s a mere 2% drop compared to the radically different television landscape of 15 years ago, when many other long running shows have seen their audiences effectively halved. It is worth noting that those 00s results stopped counting at the 7 day mark. However, it’s equally important to remember that any hypothetical +28 number would have been almost identical. After all, the shift to a +28 day official result from a +7 one wasn’t to capture more viewers, but because changing habits by 2014 meant viewers previously captured in the +7 were being missed.

The next question of course, is whether Ncuti Gatwa can take over that audience as smoothly as duplicating a TARDIS.

 

The Doctor (Ncuti Gatwa), BBC Studios 2023, Photo by James Pardon The Church on Ruby Road launched a new era just as powerfully as the previous one closed

Which brings us to The Church on Ruby Road and its total audience of 8.0m viewers. That 0.51m increase from its +7 number is at first glance smaller than with the previous specials. But that largely reflects how strong that original Christmas week performance was, with its total time shift still totaling 3.27m, up 69.1% on the overnight.

Comparing it to the other recent episodes, it highlights how consistent the specials’ viewing figures have been. The Christmas Special got an almost identical final number to the The Giggle, up 0.09m (1.1%). But it also underscores what a viewing figures renaissance Doctor Who experienced last year. Comparing the 2024 Christmas Special to the previous festive special, the 3.25m (68.4%) increase from Eve of the Daleks tells its own story.

This May Doctor Who will return with one of the biggest shakeups to its broadcast schedule in its history. Episodes will appear on iPlayer on Friday nights at midnight, before being broadcast on BBC One the following evening. This will undoubtedly have an impact on the overnight results, with more viewers than ever choosing to watch online. The connection between those overnights and the actual final result, then, will likely be more tenuous than ever. In theory the +7 and +28 results should remain stable once the iPlayer views are included. But it means it likely won’t be until June that we’ll know for sure if the new series has maintained the strong start the specials have handed it.

 

The Doctor (Ncuti Gatwa) ,BBC Studios/Bad Wolf,James Pardon Meanwhile, while Disney+ closely guards its own viewing figures, there are indications the new series is eagerly awaited by subscribers

As a side note, Disney+’s viewing figures are as hard to come by as with any streamer. But perhaps one way to take the temperature of how well it’s doing for the platform is the response on its YouTube channel. The Doctor Who Season 1 trailer has been viewed a massive 4.8m times within a day of being uploaded, by far their biggest video this year. Even Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour trailer is a distant second with 3.7m views, while third place is a Percy Jackson video with 1.4m views. The rest lingers far behind, with 100-300k views far more the norm. If the new series winds up holding a comparable place in Disney+’s internal chart, then the American streamer can only be very pleased indeed…

 

You can find more analysis of the 2023 viewing figures in DWM 600 and 601, both still available from the Panini online store.

 

The Doctor (Ncuti Gatwa) and Ruby Sunday (Millie Gibson) in the TARDIS ,BBC Studios 2023,James Pardon Doctor Who returns at 0000 BST on the 11th of May 2024 with a double bill of Space Babies and The Devil’s Chord on iPlayer in the UK, RTÉ Player in Ireland, and on Disney+ everywhere else

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Doctor Who Trailer – Season 1

Blogtor Who - Sun, 03/31/2024 - 17:37

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UPDATED: Doctor Who 2024 Season: Episode Title and Details Rundown!

Blogtor Who - Sun, 03/31/2024 - 16:48
The countdown to the new series hots up as the complete list of episode titles are revealed!

As Doctor Who gears up for its highly anticipated simultaneous global premiere this May, the team have revealed the episode titles for the season. Plus, another incredible guest star has jumped aboard the TARDIS for an upcoming episode. As another Easter treat, viewers are getting another official trailer that will launch on the BBC Doctor Who social channels at 1800 before its first airing on BBC One later today, Sunday 31st March.

The first two episodes drop on iPlayer at 0000 on the 11th of May before that evening’s BBC One broadcast. They’ll also be simultaneously on Disney+ around the world. Up first, in the Julie Anne Robinson directed Space Babies. Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story) joins Doctor Who as Jocelyn, who the Doctor and Ruby collide with in their first adventure in the TARDIS together.

Russell T Davies, Showrunner added: “It’s been amazing to see the whole world appreciate Golda’s talents, because of Bridgerton, and it’s been an absolute joy to invite her to Cardiff to help launch Ncuti and Millie’s first season.”

Rounding out the explosive double bill is previously announced Jinkx Monsoon who stars in The Devil’s Chord. She plays the Doctor’s most powerful enemy yet as the Doctor and Ruby step into the 1960s to meet The Beatles.

Over the rest of the season there are an array of brilliant new guest stars jumping aboard the TARDIS. These include Callie Cooke, Dame Siân Phillips, Alexander Devrient, Bhav Joshi, Majid Mehdizadeh-Valoujerdy, Tachia Newall and Caoilinn Springall. They join the previously announced guest cast: Michelle Greenidge, Angela Wynter, Anita Dobson, Aneurin Barnard, Yasmin Finney, Jonathan Groff, Gwïon Morris Jones, Bonnie Langford, Genesis Lynea, Jemma Redgrave, Lenny Rush and Indira Varma.

 

Doctor Who 2024 Season

 

Golda Rosheuvel in Space Babies BBC Studios/Bad Wolf,James Pardon Space Babies

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Julie Anne Robinson.

Guest starring Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story). The Doctor and Ruby’s first adventure brings them to a space station containing a group of talking babies! But there are also horrific looking creatures in the corridors.

 

The Doctor and Ruby get Jinkxed! Illustration: Blogtor Who The Devil’s Chord

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Ben Chessell.

Guest starring Jinkx Monsoon (Drag Race All-Stars, Chicago). The most powerful foe the Doctor has ever faced is stalking the famous Abbey Road in the 1960s. Can the Doctor and Ruby save the Beatles and keep human history on track?

 

Boom

Written by Steven Moffat, directed by Julie Anne Robinson.

Our heroes find themselves on a desolate planet in the middle of someone else’s war. Reported to feature the return of the Clerics (The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone, A Good Man Goes to War).

 

UNIT leader Kate Stewart (Jemma Redgrave) and the mysterious Roger ap Gwilliam (Aneurin Barnard) have been confirmed for Doctor Who Series 14 73 Yards

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Dylan Holmes Williams.

Guest starring Aneurin Barnard (1899, the upcoming Rogue Trooper) as Roger ap Gwilliam and Jemma Redgrave as Kate Stewart. The TARDIS returns to a present where things seem to become more supernatural day by day. The trailer teases this episode may feature a TARDIS disguised as a lamp post…

 

Dot and Bubble

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Dylan Holmes Williams. Probably the episode about which the least has been officially released so far.

 

Doctor Who,Jonathan Groff with Ruby Sunday (MILLIE GIBSON), The Doctor (NCUTI GATWA) BBC Studios Photo by James Pardon Rogue

Written by Kate Herron and Briony Redman, directed by Ben Chessell. Guest starring Jonathan Groff (Hamilton) and Indira Varma (Game of Thrones, Torchwood) as the Duchess. Ruby gets to live out her greatest Bridgerton fantasies, with added birdlike aliens on the prowl! And who is the mysterious charming rogue played by Jonathan Groff?

The Legend of Ruby Sunday

Written by Russell T Davies, directed by Jamie Donoughue. The start of the two part finale guest starring Jemma Redgrave as Kate Stewart, Yasmin Finney as Rose Noble, and Bonnie Langord as Mel Bush. UNIT brings the Doctor and Ruby home. But soon they’re in the fight of their lives with the whole world at stake.

Empire of Death written by Russell T Davies, directed by Jamie Donoughue

The series concludes in, undoubtedly, the high stakes, high emotion fashion we’ve come to expect from Russell T Davies!

 

The Doctor (Ncuti Gatwa) and Ruby Sunday (Millie Gibson) in the TARDIS ,BBC Studios 2023,James Pardon Doctor Who returns in May 2024 on BBC One and iPlayer in the UK, RTÉplayer in Ireland, and on Disney+ everywhere else

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Doctor Who Magazine 602

Blogtor Who - Sat, 03/30/2024 - 18:00
Doctor Who Magazine 602 talks to new star Millie Gibson, goes behind the scenes of The Giggle, and discovers a long lost William Hartnell interview!

Doctor Who Magazine continues to dig deep into everything you could want to know about the show’s past present and future in issue 602. Millie Gibson discusses the upcoming season, while guest star Davina McCall talks death by Christmas tree. Meanwhile there’s a long lost interview with First Doctor William Hartnell and an in-depth look at Peter Capaldi story The Woman Who Lived. Plus much more!

 

DWM’s coverage of the Fifteenth Doctor era continues ahead of May’s new season
  • Millie Gibson –in the run-up to the new series the Ruby Sunday actor gives DWM her most in-depth interview yet!
  • Russell T Davies – celebrating milestones out of sequence!
  • Mancopolois Part Four – the adventures of the Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby Sunday continue in the comic strip!
  • Davina McCall – the two time guest star shares her love of the show and reflects on her role in last year’s Christmas Special.
  • Script to Screen – find out what processes went into bringing creepy puppet Stooky Bill and his family to life in The Giggle.
  • Gallifrey Guardian – packed with all the latest news about the upcoming series!

 

Unseen for more than 50 years – a rare interview with William Hartnell in this month’s DWM (c) BBC Discover more about the history of Doctor Who and all about upcoming releases
  • William Hartnell – a long-lost interview Doctor Who’s original star gave to the Scottish press… including some forthright opinions!
  • Bill Pearson – an interview with model-maker Bill Pearson to tie-in with the release of Season 15 on Blu-ray
  • Loose Ends – exploring the mysteries of the Sixth Doctor!
  • The Fact of Fiction – a deep dive into the plot of Twelfth Doctor story The Woman Who Lived.
  • Reviewed – the new Season 15 Blu-ray Collection and all the latest audio releases.
  • Other Worlds – the essential guide to new stories in Doctor Who’s expanded universe.

 

Plus!
  • Gallifrey One – A report from from the LA super convention!
  • Time-Space Visualiser – this month: the Trods!
  • Who & Me – Beth Axford on how she became hooked on Doctor Who
  • Henry House – a set visit to a new series starring many familiar faces….
  • Competitions – win Blu-rays and the latest audio releases!

 

 

Doctor Who Magazine 602 (c) Panini Doctor Who Magazine 602

DWM Issue 602 is on sale Thursday the 28th of March from the online Panini store, WH Smith and other retailers priced £7.99 (UK). Also available as a digital edition from Pocketmags. You can also save with a subscription, as well as receiving exclusive, text-free covers.

 

 

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