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Saturday, 30 April 2011

Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot - Prequel & Trailer

The second of three prequels to the new series of Doctor Who has been released online, you can watch it below. It takes place before the events of the third episode of the series, The Curse of the Black Spot:

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One more prequel is to be released during the course of the new series. In addition, a new trailer for the next episode of Doctor Who, titled The Curse of the Black Spot, is currently airing on various BBC channels inbetween show breaks, you can watch it below:
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Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot will broadcast on Saturday 7th May at 6:15pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Doctor Who: Continues Tonight!

The sixth series of Doctor Who continues tonight in the UK, US and Canada. Here's the schedule:

UNITED KINGDOM
DW: Day of the Moon - 6:00pm - BBC One/ BBC One HD/ BBC HD
DWC: Breaking the Silence - 7:00pm - BBC Three/ BBC HD

UNITED STATES
DW: Day of the Moon - 9:00pm/8C - BBC America

CANADA
DW: Day of the Moon - 8:00pm/5P - Space

Doctor Who continues next week with the third episode of the new series, more details coming soon.

Thursday, 28 April 2011

Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife - Synopsis

The BBC Press Office have released the synopsis for the fourth episode of the current series of Doctor Who:

The Doctor's Wife - by Neil Gaiman
The Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the signal to a junkyard planet sitting upon a mysterious asteroid in a Bubble universe, populated by a very strange family, as the time-travelling drama continues.

The Doctor, Amy and Rory are given the warmest of welcomes by Auntie, Uncle and Nephew. But the beautiful and insane Idris greets them in a more unusual fashion - what is she trying to tell the Doctor? As the Doctor investigates, he unwittingly puts his friends in the gravest danger.

Doctor Who: The Doctor's Wife will broadcast on Saturday 14th May at 6:00pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Doctor Who: Day of the Moon - Trailer

A new trailer promoting the second episode from the current series of Doctor Who is currently airing on various BBC channels between show breaks, you can watch it below:


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Doctor Who: Day of the Moon will broadcast on Saturday 30th April at 6:00pm on BBC One, BBC One HD and BBC HD.

New Doctor Who Merchandise from The Impossible Astronaut

Pulpshop have revealed their new range of Doctor Who merchandise based on the opening episode of series six, The Impossible Astronaut, read on for further details:

T-SHIRTS - £16.99 each - available from 6th May
Available in black and white (S, M, L, XL)


MUGS - £5.99 each - available from 8th May

BAGS - £24.99 each - available from 8th May

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 215

The cover and info on the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

"Aha! Right! What you have in your hands is the latest cool issue of Doctor Who Adventures."

"There’s loads about the ugly Silence, and don’t forget to do the brilliant puzzles I came up with! There’s comics. And competitions. And it’s jam-packed with monster secrets."

"Just one question - why is it always ‘jam-packed’, never ‘peanut butter-packed’?"


This issue come with a deadly Dalek set with a yo-yo, Wallet, Dalek shape elastic bands a pen and stickers. It also comes with a rather horrible double sided Silent mask which will almost certainly have people screaming in the streets if you wear it!

Also inside…

Could you write Doctor Who?
That’s Impossible
Mega moments
Tardis Journals
Lost in space
Silent and deadly
Mega Who win!
Day of the Moon 
Plus much more

Issue 215 of Doctor Who Adventures is on sale from Thursday 28th April at all good newsagents until 4th May priced £2.20 per copy.

Saturday, 23 April 2011

Doctor Who: Returns Tonight!

The highly anticipated sixth series of Doctor Who premieres tonight in the UK, USA and Canada, here's the schedule:

UNITED KINGDOM
DW: The Impossible Astronaut - 6:00pm - BBC One/ BBC One HD/ BBC HD
My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen - 6:45pm - CBBC
DWC: Coming to American - 7:00pm - BBC Three/ BBC HD

UNITED STATES
Doctor Who Rewind - 8:00pm/7C - BBC America
DW: The Impossible Astronaut - 9:00pm/8C - BBC America

CANADA
DW: The Impossible Astronaut - 8:00pm/5P - Space

Doctor Who continues next week with the second episode of the new series, details coming soon.

Thursday, 21 April 2011

Doctor Who: The Curse of the Black Spot - Synopsis

The BBC Press Office have released the synopsis for the third episode from the forthcoming series of Doctor Who:

The Curse of the Black Spot - by Steve Thompson
The Tardis is marooned onboard a 17th-century pirate ship whose crew is being attacked by a mysterious and beautiful sea creature, as the time-travelling drama continues.

Becalmed and beset by cabin fever, the pirates have numerous superstitious explanations for the Siren’s appearance. The Doctor has other ideas but, as his theories are disproved and every plan of escape is thwarted, he must work to win the trust of the implacable Captain Avery and uncover the truth behind the pirates’ supernatural fears – and he must work quickly, for some of his friends have already fallen under the Siren’s spell…

Doctor Who: The Curst of the Black Spot will broadcast on Saturday 7th May at 6:15pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen

The BBC have confirmed that a fifteen minute programme will broadcast this Saturday on CBBC as a tribute to actress Elisabeth Sladen following her death yesterday morning for have played one of best loved companions in Doctor Who history as Sarah Jane Smith, read on for further details:

Elisabeth Sladen created one of Doctor Who's best loved and most enduring characters, Sarah Jane Smith. For over 35 years she brought the feisty, compassionate journalist to life, creating a figure that was adored by audiences of all ages - truly a heroine whose appeal had no boundaries.

This 15 minute programme is both a tribute and a celebration of Elisabeth Sladen. It brings together stories from friends and colleagues and draws on a rich archive of material to remind us of Sarah Jane's journey, from companion to the Third Doctor to the central character in CBBC's award-winning The Sarah Jane Adventures.

My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen, produced by Gillane Seaborn and Brian Minchin, will broadcast this Saturday (23rd April) at 6:45pm on CBBC - straight after the broadcast of the opening episode of the new series of Doctor Who, The Impossible Astronaut, which will be dedicated to Elisabeth Sladen.

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Elisabeth Sladen - 1948-2011

Reports have confirmed that the actress Elisabeth Sladen, best kown to fans in the Who universe for have played Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who, one-time spin-off K.9 and Company and her own spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures, has sadly died this morning at the age of 63. Sladen first appeared in Doctor Who as beloved character Sarah Jane Smith in 1973 alongside the Third Doctor Jon Pertwee and later with Fourth Doctor Tom Baker, she then made a few more appearances in the show before returning to her character role in 2006 in the Tenth Doctor story School Reunion, as well as several other appearances in later episodes before starring in her own spin-off show as Sarah Jane in The Sarah Jane Adventures. The BBC have released the following press pack:

Doctor Who star Elisabeth Sladen, who was also in spin-off series The Sarah Jane Adventures, has died aged 63.

Sladen appeared as Doctor Who assistant Sarah Jane Smith in the BBC television sci-fi series between 1973 and 1976 opposite Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker.

In more recent times the Liverpool-born actress had appeared in four series of The Sarah Jane Adventures on children's channel CBBC.

Sladen, who had a daughter, had been battling cancer for some time.

Sladen first appeared as Sarah Jane alongside the third Doctor, Jon Pertwee, and stayed for three-and-a-half seasons, also working with the fourth Doctor, Tom Baker.

Her character, a journalist, was renowned for being inquisitive and stronger than some of the Doctor's other assistants.

After her time in the Tardis, Sladen returned to her native Liverpool where she worked in theatre.

She returned to the role on several occasions over the years and was given her own spin-off series on CBBC in 2007, in which she appeared with the most recent two Doctors, David Tennant and Matt Smith.

A BBC spokesman said: "It is with much sadness that we can announce Elisabeth Sladen, the much-loved actress best known for her role as Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who and CBBC's The Sarah Jane Adventures, passed away this morning. She was 63."

CBBC controller Damian Kavanagh said he was "deeply saddened and shocked by the news of Lis's untimely death".

"Lis brought joy, excitement and a sense of wonder to her many fans in her role as Sarah Jane Smith. She was adored by our young audience and I know all of them will miss her as much as I will," he said.

Russell T Davies, the creator of The Sarah Jane Adventures, said: "I absolutely loved Lis. She was funny and cheeky and clever and just simply wonderful. The universe was lucky to have Sarah Jane Smith, the world was lucky to have Lis."

Steven Moffat, Doctor Who’s lead writer and executive producer, said: "‘Never meet your heroes’ wise people say. They weren’t thinking of Lis Sladen. Sarah Jane Smith was everybody’s hero when I was younger, and as brave and funny and brilliant as people only ever are in stories. But many years later, when I met the real Sarah Jane - Lis Sladen herself - she was exactly as any child ever have wanted her to be. Kind and gentle and clever; and a ferociously talented actress, of course, but in that perfectly English unassuming way. There are a blessed few who can carry a whole television show on their talent and charisma - but I can’t think of one other who’s done it quite so politely. I once showed my son Joshua an old episode of Doctor Who, in which Lis appeared. “But that’s Sarah Jane,” he said, confused “In old Doctor Who. From years ago. How come she always look exactly the same?” It’s not a comfort today, of course, but children will still be saying that fifty years from now.”

Sladen leaves behind actor husband Brian Miller and daughter Sadie.

Sladen has apparently been battling with cancer for some time, she died a true hero among Who fans. Due to her illness, the anticipated fifth series of The Sarah Jane Adventures had to be postponed, the status of the series is currently unknown.

Monday, 18 April 2011

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 214

The cover and info on the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

"I write for Doctor Who Adventures now."

"It’s a lot to take in, isn’t it? Shiny pages, lots of pictures, words to read. Oh, and monsters."

"Big, scary monsters. I love a big, scary monstery thing. Did I mention there are comics, secrets and puzzles, too? Tricky puzzles. Hurts the brain. Lovely."

"Oh, and there’s one more thing you need to know - Monsters are real. Trust me. I’m…

Doctor Who Adventures has regenerated!
Wow! Doctor Who Adventures has a brand-new look this week and it's super-cool! There's bags of news and gossip about the upcoming series, an exclusive interview with the Doctor, Matt Smith, and top secret information about Saturday's episode. As well as that, the exciting episode titles for the first half of the series are revealed! If you've got lots of opinions about Doctor Who, discover our new Monster Panel and be a part of it.

We also have our usual exciting comic strip and brain-bending puzzles, the Doctor solves your problems and there's also a fantastic mega win with lots of Doctor Who goodies to be won! Plus, you'll get either a Tardis moneybox or a pencil case completely free!

Also inside…
Here we go!
The Impossible Astronaut
Mega Who Win
Matt’s Favourite Monster
Meet the Monster Panel
Doctor Doctor
The Rage
We want answers 
Plus much more…

Issue 214 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is on sale this Thrusday (21st April) at all good newsagents until 26th April priced £2.20 per copy.

Friday, 15 April 2011

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut - Trailer

A new trailer promoting the first episode from the next series of Doctor Who is currently airing on various BBC channels between show breaks, you can watch it below:

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Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut will broadcast on Saturday 23rd April on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Thursday, 14 April 2011

Doctor Who: Day of the Moon - Synopsis

The BBC Press Office have released the synopsis for the second episode from the forthcoming series of Doctor Who:

Day of the Moon - by Steven Moffat
The Doctor is locked in the perfect prison while Amy, Rory and River Song are being hunted down across America by the FBI, as the time-travelling adventure series continues.

With the help of new friend and FBI-insider Canton Everett Delaware the Third, our heroes are reunited to share their discoveries, if not their memories. The world is occupied by an alien force that controls humanity through post-hypnotic suggestion, and no one can be trusted.

Aided by President Nixon and Neil Armstrong's foot, the Doctor must mount a revolution to drive out the enemy and rescue the missing little girl. No one knows why they took her. Or why they have kidnapped Amy Pond... 

Doctor Who: Day of the Moon will broadcast on Saturday 30th April at 6:00pm on BBC One and BBC One HD. Doctor Who Confidential will follow at 7:00pm on BBC Three and BBC HD.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Doctor Who: The Cybermen Return in Series 6!

The BBC have confirmed the rumors that the Cybermen will return in the new series of Doctor Who, they're thought to star in episode seven, A Good Man Goes to War, and sometime again in the second part of series, due to air this Autumn. An image has also been released and can be viewed above, from the image (featuring Roman Rory), you can notice that the Cyber Leader/Lord and his troops sport non-Cybus logo chest plates - could they be the original Mondasian Cybermen from the classic series in the form of their parreal relatives? Doctor Who returns on Saturday 23rd April at 6:00pm on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 213

The cover and info on the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

We can’t wait for the new episodes of Doctor Who to hit our screens, so this week we’re looking at the truth behind the rumours of Series 6!

Plus, we’ve got another monster-tastic comic adventure and tons of cool puzzles for you!

Also inside…

Episode prequels
Draw your hat here!
The truth behind the rumours
The timey wimey travels of the Doctor
Designing a starship
Close up confusion
The Evergreen death 
Plus much more

Issue 213 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is on sale from this Thursday (14th April) at all good newsagents until 20th April priced £2.20 per copy.

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut - Synopsis

The BBC Press Office have released the synopsis for the first episode from the forthcoming series of Doctor Who:

The Impossible Astronaut - by Steven Moffat
our envelopes, numbered 2, 3 and 4, each containing a date, time and map reference, unsigned, but TARDIS blue. Who sent them? And who received the missing number one? This strange summons reunites the Doctor, Amy, Rory and River Song in the middle of the Utah desert and unveils a terrible secret the Doctor’s friends must never reveal to him.

Placing his life entirely in their hands, the Doctor agrees to search for the recipient of the fourth envelope – just who is Canton Everett Delaware the Third? And what is the relevance of their only other clue: ‘Space 1969′? Their quest lands them - quite literally - in the Oval Office, where they are enlisted by President Nixon himself to assist enigmatic former-FBI agent Canton, in saving a terrified little girl from a mysterious spaceman.

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut will broadcast on Saturday 23rd April at 6:00pm on BBC One and BBC One HD. Doctor Who Confidential will follow at 7:00pm on BBC Three and BBC HD. In other news: New images from the new series of Doctor Who have been released, you can view them here on The Doctor Who Site, please be aware that they contain spoilers.

New Doctor Who Radio Times Cover

The latest edition of the Radio Times supports a Doctor Who themed cover, as well as an interview with Matt Smith and a exclusive guide to the new series.

Ah, it's that time of year again. If you close your eyes and wish your hardest, you can just about hear them - the Tardis engines grinding in the sky. The Doctor is coming back.

Whovians won't want to miss this week's issue of Radio Times, which features an exclusive guide to the sixth series of Doctor Who by none other than series custodian Steven Moffat. Plus Matt Smith explains why the Doctor's such a flirt…

When last seen, he tumbled down a chimney on Christmas Eve and saved a bad man's soul, but darker days now lie ahead for the last of the Time Lords. The Silence, the unseen enemy who blew up his Tardis last year, have laid deeper plans and set the deadliest trap of all - one that has been ticking away in the Doctor's life for longer than anyone knows.

Newly weds Amy and Rory are caught up in a century-spanning scheme, and somewhere out there, in a storm-lashed prison, River Song is getting ready to tell the Doctor something that will change his life for ever.

By Lake Silencio, on the Plain of Sighs, a story will begin and end. A good man is going to die, an impossible life will begin, and our heroes will set out on the long road to the deadliest secret in the universe - and when it stares you in the face, you might just discover you've known about it all along.

This year Doctor Who happens twice. Seven episodes now, a cliffhanger that changes everything, then six more episodes after the summer. But that's not all that is changing. Last year was a rollercoaster: Matt Smith's amazing new Doctor came bursting out of the Tardis and tried every ride in the funfair - except one. It's time to step aboard the ghost train.

Welcome to new monsters, new terrors and Doctor Who season six. Hold tight! 

The magazine is on sale from today priced £1.20 per copy.

Monday, 11 April 2011

New Doctor Who Character Building Mini Figures - Wave 1

Character Building have revealed their first wave of collectible mini Doctor Who figures as well as another set:

Now you can collect and build your own Doctor Who micro-figure collection!

Each fully articulated micro-figure is sealed within a secret bag, so you never know which Doctor Who micro-figure you are going to get!

Each highly detailed and collectable construction figure includes a Doctor Who display base and collectors leaflet highlighting all the characters available in Series 1.

There are 10 micro-figures to collect! One random supplied.

The mini figures are on sale from 21st April priced £1.99 per packet.

The Weeping Angels are back!
Recreate scenes from Series 5 Episode 4 with this Time of Angels playset...the Doctor and Amy along with River Song went hunting for a solitary Angel but discovered an army of angels waiting for them!

Highly detailed construction playset including a fully articulated Weeping Angel micro-figure.

The set is on sale from 15th April priced £9.99.

Saturday, 9 April 2011

Doctor Who: Fourth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver Toy

Underground Toys have revealed info on new Doctor Who handheld toy, exclusive to Forbidden Planet stores in the UK:

The Sonic Screwdriver is a versatile tool and defensive device first used by the Doctor in his second incarnation for opening up hatches, panels and controls! Later uses included cutting through wall sections and even as a conventional screwdriver.

During the Fourth Doctor’s reign, he remade yet another similar style of Sonic Screwdriver but with many more features and functions including micro soldering of circuitry, cutting wires and bulkheads and even detonating Dalek explosives.

In this great new release we present an electronic version of the Fourth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver with two sounds and spring loaded sound activation.

The Fourth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver toy is on sale from 18th April exclusively at Forbidden Planet stores priced £19.99.

Friday, 8 April 2011

Doctor Who Magazine - Issue 433

The cover and info on this week's edition of Doctor Who magazine:

You see those four different covers for this month’s Doctor Who Magazine? We’re not lying, we’re not cheating. One of those four people is going to die. The Doctor’s darkest hour is coming.

Shows like Doctor Who should have big, colourful, memorable moments that make you go, ‘What the hell -?’ Well this is one of them. If you’re not going ‘What the hell -?’ it’s business as usual, but it’s hard to create a shock in Doctor Who when we’ve already blown up the universe a couple of times! What do you do next? When I came up with this incredible, heart-wrenching twist, I thought, ‘We kill off one of the leads in the season opener! Who’s going to stop watching at that point?’ It lures you in.

Also in this issue:

The Whole of the Moon! 
DWM previews the incredible opening story of the new season, The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon, and talks to stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, as well as writer Steven Moffat and director Toby Haynes!

Author, Author!
Steven Moffat reveals more about the writers he’s chosen to script the first seven episodes of the new season - and drops several tantalising hints along the way! - in Production Notes.

Shh, You Know Who... 
Go behind the scenes of Doctor Who Confidential, as series producer, Gillane Seaborne and producer Zoe Rushton give DWM readers a sneak peak of the new season of BBC Three’s making-of show!

Lost and Found 
Ever wonder what Doctor Who would have been like had it continued into the 1990s? DWM has the answer, as it talks to writer Andrew Cartmel, and actors Sophie Aldred and Beth Chalmers - stars of a brand new season of audio dramas of The Lost Stories, featuring the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Raine!

When The Wind Blows 
The Time Team’s quest takes them to Number 10 Downing Street, as they watch the Ninth Doctor and Rose encounter flatulent aliens and a space pig in Aliens of London!

American Dream!
It was the only TV outing for the Eighth Doctor - but what an outing it was! Grab onto your motorbike and make sure you’re drezzed for the occasion as The Fact Of Fiction takes a detailed look at the 1996 TV Movie!

A Battle of Wits 
The TV Movie revealed that the Doctor is half-human - on his mother’s side! But is this revelation quite as shocking as seems? Toby Hadoke and Johnny Candon weigh up the pros and cons in A Battle Of Wits!

All Change! 
It was the most ambitious and important series of Doctor Who to date – 1966/7’s Season Four, the series which introduced the Cybermen, killed off the Daleks and featured the first ever regeneration! DWM remembers this pivotal set of stories as Countdown to 50 continues!

Nightmare Holiday! 
The Doctor and Amy take a trip to the seaside in the swinging 60s... Or do they? There’s a bad trip just around the corner in Forever Dreaming, a psychedelic new comic strip by Jonathan Morris, illustrated by Adrian Salmon!

EEEEVIL - Inifinite Eveil! 
DWM catches up with the Master himself, Geoffrey Beevers, and find out not only about his own performance in 1981’s The Keeper of Traken, but also what he thinks about the other Masters...

PLUS! 
All the latest official news, previews, reviews, competitions, more madness from the Watcher, another prize-winning crossword, and much, much more!

Issue 433 of Doctor Who magazine is on sale now at all good newsagents until 4th May priced £4.20 per copy.

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

First Doctor Who Character Building Sets Revealed

Character Building have revealed info on the first two sets from their new Doctor Who buildable range:

Dalek Progenitor Room
Join the Doctor on the Dalek Spaceship where five brand new, powerful Daleks have emerged from the Progenitor Chamber.

They have disintegrated the older “inferior” models and are now ready to destroy Earth! Help the Doctor save the day and finally defeat his oldest enemy!

Tardis Exterior
Build your very own Tardis and re-create adventures in time and space with the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond!

The Tardis, or Time and Relative Dimensions in Space, is the Doctor’s vehicle and home that can take him to any place and any time.

Remember, it’s bigger on the inside than the outside! Includes constructable Tardis, fully articulated Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond micro-figures.

The sets are on sale now priced £9.99 each.

Doctor Who: Series 6 - First 7 Episode Titles Revealed

The next issue of Doctor Who magazine, out tomorrow, reveals the titles for the first seven episodes from the next series of Doctor Who, they can be read below (highlight the gap below to reveal spoiler content):

6.01: The Impossible Astronaut (Part 1) - by Steven Moffat
6.02: Day of the Moon (Part 2) - by Steven Moffat
6.03: The Curse of the Black Spot - by Steve Tompson
6.04: The Doctor’s Wife - by Neil Gaiman
5.05: The Rebel Flesh (Part 1) - by Matthew Graham
6.06: The Almost People (Part 2) - by Matthew Graham
6.07: A Good Man Goes to War (Part 1) - by Steven Moffat

The titles for episodes 8-13 are to be confirmed soon. Series six of Doctor Who will premiere on Saturday 23rd April on BBC One and BBC One HD, a time is to be confirmed.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 212

The cover and info on the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

Discover everything you need to know about series five with the Doctor’s brilliant A-Z guide!

Plus, we’ve got another action-packed comic adventure, a pile of crazy puzzles, cool comps, amazing facts and LOADS more!

This weeks issue comes with a 60 piece monster jigsaw.

Also in this issue…

Spaceman sdhock
Spot the difference
Party poopers
The timey wimey travels of Rory
This is Gallifrey
Pier head form space
Who said?
Draw an Ood 
Plus much more

Issue 212 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is on sale from this Thursday at all good newsagents until 14th April priced £2.20 per copy.

Doctor Who: Series 6 - New Details & Images

New info on the forthcoming series of Doctor Who has surfaced onto the internet. Click here to see the latest news bulletins from the official Doctor Who website, including brand new downloadable images, and here for the new press pack from the BBC Press Office. Doctor Who returns on Saturday 23rd April to BBC One and BBC One HD, a time is to be confirmed.

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Doctor Who: Series 6 - Part 1 DVD & Blu-Ray - Cover & Info

2entertain have released the cover and synopsis on the Doctor Who: Series 6 - Part 1 DVD and Blu-Ray sets:

The Doctor returns, alongside newly weds Amy and Rory, to face monsters and mysteries and adventures all across time and space, in a thrilling new series of Doctor Who.

Together they’ll find themselves in sixties America, battling the invasion the world forgot, then journey on the high seas of 1696 aboard a pirate ship, to solve the mystery of the Siren.

In a bubble universe at the very edge of reality, the Doctor will meet an old friend with a new face, and in a monastery on a remote island in the near future, an industrial accident will take on a terrible human shape.

And waiting for them, at the end of all this, is the battle of Demon’s Run, and the Doctor’s darkest hour. Can even the truth about River Song save the Time Lord’s soul?

Only two things are certain. Silence will fall. And a good man is going to die…

Doctor Who: Series 6 - Part 1 is a two-disc set and is on sale from 11th July at all good DVD stores priced £24.99 per copy on DVD format and £29.99 per copy on Blu-Ray format.

Friday, 1 April 2011

Doctor Who: Series 6 - BBC America Trailer

A new trailer for the forthcoming new series of Doctor Who is currently airing on BBC America in the United States, you can watch it below:

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For American Doctor Who fans, series six begins on April 23rd at 9/8C on BBC America. Doctor Who in the UK returns this Easter to BBC One and BBC One HD.