28/02/2006, 16:45pm GMT
Play.com have announced the realease dates for Volumes One and Two of the
new series DVDs.
Volume One will include The Christmas Invasion and New Earth and will be
relased on 1st May 2006. Click here to pre order it.
Volume Two will include Tooth And Claw, School Reunion and The Girl In
The Fireplace and will be released on 5th June 2006. Click here to pre order it.
27/02/2006, 16:10pm GMT
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The Sunday Mirror Magazine continued the press coverage of the filming of The Idiot's Lantern with the above article
and photos of David and Billie. Many thanks to Heather for the scan.
25/02/2006, 12:20pm GMT
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There's more behind the scenes photos from the filming of The Idiot's Lantern in Cardiff earlier this month in the current
issue (25 Feb - 3 March 2006) of TV Quick magazine. It's out now priced at just 70p.
22/02/2006, 16:36pm GMT
Glamour Magazine are holding their annual award ceremony in June and you
can vote for David to be Man Of The Year.
This catergory is decided by the public and it's up to you to make the
Nominees should be somebody who has achieved a lot in their career during
the past year and David more than qualifies on that front!
You can vote using a form in the current issue of the magazine or click here
to vote online.
By voting you will also get entered into a prize draw to win tickets to the event!
Please note that you can also vote for David's Doctor Who co star Billie Piper in the Best Actress and Woman Of
The Year catergories.
22/02/2006, 08:53pm GMT
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Here are a couple more photos of David and Billie Piper from the Radio Time Covers Party, courtesy of www.radiotimes.com
21/02/2006, 16:16pm GMT
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David Tennant is featured in the current issue of The Radio Times (25 Feb - 3 March 2006) There are photos of David,
Billie Piper and Russell T Davies at The Radio Time Covers Party which took place last month. The photos above show David
with Helen Mirren and Russell.
17/02/2006, 17:54pm GMT
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The Official Doctor Who site has released details of another new
Doctor Who book, this time featuring the evil monsters that the Tenth Doctor and Rose will encounter in the new series. They
This fully illustrated guide to the Doctor's evil foes
picks up where 2005's Monsters and Villains book left off. Expect to see baddies like the Sycorax, the Gelth and Reapers within
its pages.As well as recent menaces to mankind, Aliens and Enemies also includes classic foes like the Cybermen,
Sutekh and the Zarbi. Facts, figures and images of each monster feature alongside a synopsis of the episodes they
appeared in. Plus, behind-the-scenes information gives insights into how these monsters were created and brought to life.Doctor
Who: Aliens and Enemies will be published on 18 May 2006.
16/02/2006, 19:16pm GMT
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The new issue of New magazine has the above article and photos from the set of The Idiot's Lantern, it's Issue 151 and
is out now priced at just 60p!
15/02/2006, 16:35pm GMT
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Two brand new Doctor Who activity books will be released on 25th May to coincide with the new BBC Series. One
will be a sticker book, with pics of your fave characters and one will be a puzzle book with codes to crack and will include
50 press out character cards. Both will cost £3.99. You can pre order them at www.amazon.co.uk
15/02/2006, 15:23pm GMT
The BBC are offering fans a Valentines treat in the form of David's short Film Nine And A Half Minutes. They say:
If you've ever wondered what going on a date with David Tennant would be like, and let's face it, who hasn't, the
BBC Film Network has the answer. They've just published romantic comedy Nine and a Half Minutes on their site. Made back in
2002, it stars the Tenth Doctor actor alongside Zoe Telford. They play Charlie and Heather, a couple who meet on a blind date
and then go on to imagine a whole relationship in just under ten minutes. Warning - the film does contain some very strong
language, alongside images of David Tennant pretending to be a crocodile wrestler.
I think most of us have seen it already, but for those of you haven't click
14/02/2006, 16:23pm GMT
According to today's Western Mail David Tennant and Charlotte Church
have been voted as the celebrities with the sexiest....ears! We kid you not!
It may not be an issue at the forefront of people's minds as they are sizing up their favourite celebrities,
but the owners of the sexiest pair of famous ears have been named.
The RNID, the charity for deaf and hard of hearing people, today picked singer Charlotte Church, also a former winner
of Rear of the Year, and Doctor Who actor David Tennant as having the best set of lugs.
Others shortlisted for the female prize were actress Keira Knightley, singer Jamelia and TV presenter Lorraine Kelly,
while the men who just missed out on the prize included presenter Jonathan Ross and singer Robbie Williams.
The RNID has now launched a search for the nation's sexiest pair of ears, with members of the public invited to send
in a picture to be judged by the charity.
14/02/2006, 16:19pm GMT
Thanks to Kirsty for letting us know that David was featured in The Paisley
Daily Express regarding an appeal for the local hospice:
Paisley's own Doctor Who - David Tennant - is backing our bid to make
sure the future of the ACCORD Hospice is not in doubt.
And yesterday the actor, who is a long-time supporter of the hospice,
pleaded for everyone to support the appeal and raise enough money to fill his Tardis time machine!
And he had this special
message for all our readers: "Coming from Paisley I'm very proud of the ACCORD Hospice and the extraordinary care they provide.
heartily support this building appeal and I urge you to do the same. Please help ACCORD to continue with their outstanding
and valuable work."
Accord Hospice provides specialist palliative care to the communities of Renfrewshire and parts of East Renfrewshire.
If you would like to make a donation please click here
14/02/2006, 16:15pm GMT
Below or some pics from Rex Features of David learning to ride his Vespa
and filming of The Idiot's Lantern in Cardiff last week:
13/02/2006, 15:38pm GMT
There's another celeb face joining the new
series of Doctor Who. Daytime TV host Trisha Goddard will play herself in the supernatural episode, 'The Army Of Ghosts'.
The Doctor will discover that the Earth is overrun with ghosts before stumbling upon a recording of the Trisha show. A Doctor
Who insider told today's Daily Mirror: 'The episode of Trisha is called I'm In Love With A Ghost and Trisha asks
Can you trust him? Is he always disappearing?, It's hilarious.'
Most Haunted Psychic Derek Acorah will also be in the episode playing himself, he recently told the Liverpool Echo that
he filmed his part in Cardiff before Christmas. He also added that David and Billie had asked for readings and had since phoned
him to say that some of the things he predicted for them have already happened! Spooky!
12/02/2006, 17:25pm GMT
icWales and the South Wales Echo continue with tales of filming from the Doctor Who set, with the below article:
Here's an attack not even the sonic screwdriver could prevent - Doctor Who being mobbed
by schoolchildren.Pupils from Marlborough Junior School couldn't contain their excitement when
they saw actor David Tennant filming scenes for the TV series near their school in Penylan, Cardiff.Deputy
headteacher Robert Cook, who brought the group to watch, said: 'Lots of the children are big fans. Ever since they found out
it was being filmed here, they've been unable to talk about anything else.'TV star Tennant posed
for photographs, signed autographs and chatted with the children. Alice Fogaty, nine, said: 'I
like seeing how the actors do their job.' Fellow pupil Mehrnaz Vaizirian, said: 'I got an autograph.
It was really exciting.' Yomna Gharib, said: 'I'm looking forward to seeing it on television.
'It was cool seeing the filming.' Part of Bleinheim Terrace and
nearby roads were closed to traffic and transformed into a scene from the 1950s.One shop on the
junction with Amesbury Road was converted into a shop called Magpie Electricals.To fit in with
the coronation-era scene, David Tennant was sporting a quiff, and stunt doubles for the actor, and sidekick Billie Piper,
were involved in a chase on a scooter.
And if you head over to the Doctor Who section in our forum you can read some set reports and see some great fan photos!
11/02/2006, 14:37pm GMT
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Today's Daily Star continues their coverage of the filming in Cardiff. Today they have pics of David and Billie learning
09/02/2006, 15:09pm GMT
There's a lot of press coverage surrounding the filming of The Idiot's
Lantern in Cardiff at the moment, below are some articles and photos covering the story:
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The Daily Star and The Sun have both run articles about filming today:
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Meanwhile ICWales and the South Wales Echo are also reporting:
RESIDENTS of a city street were faced with a blast from the past when they opened their curtains to see Doctor Who being
Florentia Street, in Cathays, Cardiff, has been decked out with bunting and turned into a scene from the 1950s.Vintage
cars were parked on the street and on a wall was an old advert for HP sauce.
Curious passers-by were amazed to see the television series stars Billie Piper and David Tennant and the Tardis itself
made an appearance.
Evan Chapman, 39, of nearby Tewkesbury Street, who works at the National Museum and Gallery,
said: "I didn't know what was happening so I came down for a look.
"I'm surprised to see all the bunting, I'd presumed the road was closed for the gas board.
"It will be curious to see the area on television."
Gareth Jones, 28, from Llanedeyrn, said: "It's all good fun - although it does look a bit
Florentia Street, which was changed to the fictional Florizel Street, and parts of adjoining
Monthermer Road, have been closed to traffic while the filming, due to finish tomorrow, takes place.
Diversions have been arranged and traffic is being made to stop for a minute at a time so
modern vehicles don't get filmed.
And thanks to our friends at Outpost Gallifrey for the following photos of David taken on location by Neil Ingleson:
09/02/2006, 14:55pm GMT
The cover for the new Doctor Who novel The Stone Rose has been revealed.
According to Amazon the book is due to be released on 13th April. They say:
Mickey is startled to find a statue of Rose in a museum - a statue that is 2,000 years old. The Doctor realizes that
this means the TARDIS will shortly take them to Ancient Rome, but when it does, he and Rose soon have more on their minds
than sculpture. While the Doctor searches for a missing boy, Rose befriends a girl who claims to know the future. But then,
the Doctor stumbles on the hideous truth behind the statue of Rose - and Rose herself learns that you have to be very careful
what you wish for...
You can pre-order online here
08/02/2006, 15:22pm GMT
Emma from our forum was lucky enough to see David and Billie Piper filming
a new Doctor Who episode, The Idiot's Lantern, yesterday. Here's her report so far:
This is as much as I can remember about watching the filming of Doctor Who [Episode 7 -- The Idiot's Lantern] in
Florentia Street, Cathays, Cardiff.
So first off the day before [ie; yesterday] I had seen flags and army people in the
Uni gardens. Kinda thought "that must be Doctor Who" because well 1) everything was clean and 2) they had only the union jack
flying [if it had been something to do with Wales there would've been the Welsh one too. A lot of Doctor Who is set in London
but filmed in Cardiff ergo the Jack on its own screamed Doctor Who. Well, to me at least. heh. Couldn't stop then though because
I had a lecture. Though interestingly this morning I noticed there were set decorations on a statue in the Civic Centre so
I dunno if they plan to film there too.
ANYWAY on to the good stuff. So I arrived about 12ish. A few of the girls from
the HP soc were already there [including Kathryn who stayed the longest]. Tonks [a girl from the HP soc nicknamed as such
because she used to have bright pink hair] said they had earlier filmed scenes where the Doctor aka David Tennant was riding
a moped into the TARDIS. Thrilling stuff.
The security guys were for the most part very helpful and even gave us guidance
on where to stand so that we could see stuff but also be out of the shot and out of the way. Florentia Street was decorated
with loads of Union Jack flags. Rose aka Billie Piper was wearing a bright pink skirt and what looked like a blue denim top
and the Doctor was in his usual suit with a fifties hairstyle. From what I've heard about the episode it has something to
do with the Coronation of the Queen and TV sets. Lots of extras were dressed up, most of the men in flat caps. However one
of the guards said to us it was to do with the Olympics though I don't know how true that is. Maybe he was trying to fob us
We mainly saw three scenes. One where someone was being pushed into an old fashioned Rolls Royce. Another was
of the Doctor and Rose making what looked like a getaway on the aforementioned moped. The rehearsal of this was particularly
funny because it was sans moped so Billie ind of jumped onto David's back.
Shortly after the cast and crew went for lunch
and being the avid fans that we are, Kathryn and I [along with several new-found DW enthusiast friends] proceeded around the
corner and hovered outside the place where the trailers were. We stood there for a long time. Eventually Billie Piper and
David Tennant emerged but they seemed in a rush so I assume they were behind schedule [by that point it had also started spitting
As David turned the corner Kathryn grabbed my arm, pointed and we both started bouncing and squealing. Looking
back I can't imagine what we must've looked like, especially with our Slytherin scarfs. Shameless fangirls. After that we
managed to watch a scene actually being filmed [rather than rehearsed] involving the Doctor talking to someone in a car and
then making a speech about how wonderful life was [or something like that]. Couldn't really hear the exact dialogue because
we were too far away but we could make out his high-pitched shrieks and it was funny seeing him bounce around. Then someone
screamed and the Doctor and Rose ran in the direction of a house [which a bunch of people had taken a TV into earlier in the
scene]. They repeated that same sequence 3 or 4 times and then moved on again. At which point we left because it was getting
05/02/2006, 15:11pm GMT
The Daily Star are reporting that David is learning to ride a motor bike
in Cardiff on his days off from filming Doctor Who. Who'd have thought it when he has a TARDIS!
04/02/2006, 11:01am GMT
Loads of updates for you today. Firstly we have made some new Doctor Who wallpapers, a sample of which you can see above,
go to the Downloads
section to view them all and save them to your PC.
We've also scanned some new pics from the latest issue of DWM and you can find them, along with some screen caps of last
night's episode of Posh Nosh in the Photos
And lastly we've got a couple of new articles in the Interviews
03/02/2006, 19:40pm GMT
We are pleased to launch our new video section today, click here to launch videos including clips of The Christmas Invasion and David on The Jonathan Ross Show. Many thanks to Clara. All
clips require Macromedia Flash Player 7 or higher.
02/02/2006, 16:09pm GMT
David, Billie Piper and Russell T Davies all attended the Radio Times Covers
Party on Tuesday night at the Savoy in London where David was presented with a framed version of his Casanova cover. Click
here to see a selecton of magazine covers featuring David!
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David is at No.20 in the New Woman poll of their readers' 100 sexiest men.
Coming in higher than Rugby star Gavin Henson and Hollywood stars Heath Ledger and Leonardo DiCaprio. Brad Pitt was at No.1.
To see a gallery of the Top 100, courtesy of Sky Showbiz, click here.
He is also in the new issue of Starburst in the Top 10 Sci Fi Hunks feature at No.9!
Last month he was voted Sexiest Man On The Planet at the gay newspaper, The Pink Paper Awards.
02/02/2006, 15:47pm GMT
Thanks to Victoria for letting us know that David was on the Who's Calling
Christian? section on Virgin Radio a few weeks ago. Apparently the idea is to ask a celebrity to phone in, in order for
you to be in with a chance of winning £20,000, and someone managed to persuade Mr Tennant to phone up the show. You
can listen to his chat here.