29/04/2007, 21:00pm BST
The Lazarus Experiment Preview
You can now view a preview of the next Doctor
Who episode, The Lazarus Experiment, online coutesy of the BBC.
Evolution Of The Daleks Update
All the usual updates have taken place in the Evolution Of The Daleks section.
There are the screen caps, articles, a quiz and the first batch of Who Crew reviews in there.
to view them all.
Doctor Who Confidential Caps
Screen caps from the latest Doctor Who Confidential episode, Making Manhattan, are now online.
Some new Doctor Who pics have been added to the gallery so make sure you check them out!
Get the Doctor and
Martha on your desktop with some snazzy new papers.
Of The Daleks Overnight Ratings
show that Evoluion Of The Daleks was watchedby 6.5 million viewers. It was the second most watched TV show of the day,being
beten only by BBC One hospital drama Casualty.
Doctor Who Confidential
have revealed the details of some future episodes of the series.
Episode 10, Do You
Remember The First Time?, which will air after the Doctor Who episode Blink, will be a very special episode with David's
own personal account of the making of the show:
Do you remember the
first time? - This week, David Tennant directs his very own Doctor Who Confidential. TV's top Time Lord has been given complete
control to film his own very personal account of the making of Doctor Who and to take a nostalgic voyage of discovery to find
out the secret behind the success of Doctor Who.
In this unique piece of television, David roams around the BBC, talking
to cast and crew and fans of the show, uncovering the secret behind the success of Doctor Who.
From BBC bosses through
to the Dead Ringers team, David is hunting for what makes Doctor Who so magical. He chats to the Daleks in the Blue Peter
Garden, and discusses with Mark Gatiss the joy of playing a Doctor Who monster in the Lazarus Experiment.
Russell T Davies and producer, Phil Collinson chat with David about how they've always had such fondness for the show and
how it inspired their creative drive. Executive producer Julie Gardner and drama commissioner Jane Tranter reveal how and
why the series was brought back and the unprecedented response it's had.
Stephen Moffat joins David on a hunt around
Television Centre, looking for the studios where the classic series was filmed. They end up on the set of Newsnight.
also features exclusive backstage footage of Blink; one of the scariest episodes to date and candid chats with two of the
week's most prominent stars, Carey Mulligan and Finlay Robertson who talk to David about their experience working on the show
and on becoming part of the Doctor Who legacy.
29/04/2007, 12:37pm BST
Congratulations! David Wins Best Actor Award At Bafta Cymru!
David and a whole host of Doctor Who and Torchwood cast crew attended the Bafta Cymru Awards at Cardiff International
Arena last night and Doctor Who cleaned up after winning eight of the thirteen categories they were nominated for, which
included the Best Actor award for David and the Best Screenwriter award for Russell T Davies.
Doctor Who's accolades this year included: best lighting director - not camera; best editor; best original music soundtrack;
best make-up; best costume, and best director: drama.
On arriving at the event David, who was wearing a suit and summer shirt, said:
"I think I look suitably sartorially elegant. You've got to, haven't you, when you come to these posh dos? But I've just
actually seen a piece of paper with the e-mail on that says this is a black tie event. I hope they don't throw me out. I'll
have to borrow one from somebody else. If you see somebody sat on a table in an ill-fitting suit you'll know what's happened."
Doctor Who spin off Torchwood also walked away with an armful of accolades including Best Actress which went to Eve Myles.
BBC Wales Controller Meena Richards said "Congratulations to all of the winners. I'm very proud indeed of the success
of all those who've made such wonderful programmes for BBC Wales. It's great to see BAFTA Cymru recognising the talents of
all those who make programmes of the highest possible standards."
28/04/2007, 23:41pm BST
Evolution Of The Daleks Updates
Screen caps from tonight's episode of Doctor Who are now online. There will be further Evolution Of The Daleks updates
28/04/2007, 17:27pm BST
The latest episode of Doctor Who, Evolution Of The Daleks, will be starting at the earlier time of 6:45pm tonight on
Will the Doctor and Martha be able to save everyone from Dalek Hybrid Sec and the other Daleks? They have one
aim and that's to exterminate the Doctor! It promises to be an electrifying conclusion...
And don't forget to change over to BBC Three straight after the show at 7.30pm to watch Doctor Who Confidential and see
how Cardiff was transformed into 1930's Manhattan.
There will be a live chat on the forum
starting at 7:30pm where you can discuss the episode and chat to other fans.
Comic Book Maker Launched By The BBC
The BBC Doctor Who Site
have launched a fantastic new feature that allows you to create your own Doctor Who Cartoon. The site also contains
tips and tricks on how to get the best effect from your comic book.
Visit it here
and give it a go!
Signed Script Sold
The Doctor Who script signed by David and Freema donated to the One Parent Families charity auction raised £2,200.
27/04/2007, 17:08pm BST
Doctor Who Series 3 Air Date In The US
The Sci Fi Channel have announced that they wil begin screening the new series of Doctor Who at 21:00pm on Friday 6th
42 Press Release
In a distant galaxy, a spaceship hurtles out of control towards a boiling sun with the Doctor
and Martha trapped on board, as Russell T Davies's Doctor Who continues. They've only got 42 minutes to uncover the saboteurs,
but, with a mysterious force starting to possess the ship's crew, the Doctor is running out of time.
David Tennant plays the Doctor and Freema Agyeman plays his companion, Martha Jones. Michelle
Collins guest stars.
This will be the 7th episode of the current series and will air on Saturday 12th May 2007 at 18:40pm
Doctor Who V Torchwood At Tomorrow's Bafta Cymru Awards
The great and the good will be at Cardiff International Arena tomorrow night to find out who has won the 2007 Bafta Cymru
Awards. Among them will be screenwriter Russell T Davies who will see his two hit dramas – Doctor Who and Torchwood
– go head-to-head in seven categories.
A you already know David has been nominated in the best actor category alongside his Doctor Who co star and Torchwood
leading man, John Barrowman.
The Western Mail take a look at who they think will win and why:
When Doctor Who returned to our screens in 2005, everyone wondered how an actor could possibly fill the shoes of previous
Timelords like Tom Baker, Jon Pertwee and Peter Davidson. Luckily Christopher Eccleston did just that – but promptly
left after one series. However, David Tennant was drafted in as his replacement and many feel that the Scottish actor is the
ultimate Doctor. One of the reasons was the great chemistry he had with Billie Piper as his assistant Rose. He’s also
bonded well with newcomer Freema Agyeman.
Before Torchwood even reached our screens, John Barrowman had proved popular as Captain Jack Harkness after the character
appeared in an episode of Doctor Who. In fact, he proved so popular that Russell T Davies decided to pen the spin-off. Just
like the Doctor, he takes on the alien world and has real chemistry with his team, especially Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper.
The verdict: “How do you choose? Once again this one is judged on the finales
of both series. John Barrowman was great. Although viewers thought he was immortal, in this particular episode you thought
he really could die. But I think David Tennant has the edge. It was the episode in which he said goodbye to Rose and it tugged
at my heart strings. He really is fantastic.”
Winner: David Tennant Doctor Who
Read what they have to say about all the other categories here.
26/04/2007, 16:44pm BST
Click pic to enlarge!
David and Sarah Parish feature on the front cover of the latest issue of Headway News, the magazine from the brain injury
There is a feature on the drama Recovery
inside the magazine which mentions the fact that David has become the patron of Headway in Essex after being bowled over
by their amazing work. Sarah is patron of Headway in Somerset.
For more information on Headway, the work they do and their
magazine click here
Signed Script Up For Auction
David and his co star Freema Agyeman have given a signed script to be auctioned off for the charity One Parent Families. The
auction takes place tonight in London at the Cafe De Paris. It is expected to fetch up to a six figure price!
To find out more about the charity click here
Who's This Joker?!
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Who could this be? The above photo is David aged 20 dressed as Batman's evil nemesis for an amateur production.
25/04/2007, 20:15pm BST
David On Parkinson - Get Tickets!
David is recording the first episode of a new series of the ITV1 chatshow Parkinson in London on Thursday 3rd May
You could be in the audience all you need to do is apply for tickets via Granada.
Doors open at 5:30pm and close at 6:00pm - don't be late!
Update: We have been asked to ask you to write ‘David Tennant fan’ in the disability access question
box on the online form. This will help ITV to monitor the applications more easily.
25/04/2007, 18:30pm BST
On DVD: Doctor Who Series 3 Volume 2
Volume 2 of the Series 3 'Vanilla' DVDs will be released on Monday 18th June 2007 and will include The Daleks In Manhattan,
Evolution Of The Daleks and The Lazarus Experiment.
As previously announced volume 1 featurning Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare Code and Gridlock will be released on Monday
21st May 2007.
David Gets Crabby In The Latest Doctor Who Magazine
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"If you had to make a poll of monsters least likely to make a reappearance," grins David Tennant, "the Macra would probably
be fairly near the top!"
"So it's kind of cool, isn't it?" he tells Doctor Who Magazine as they go behind the scenes of Gridlock. "If you're gonna
do giant crabs, there's no point them being anything other than Macra, seeing as they already exist.
"It's one of the joys of being involved with a series which has got all this history for free. You can just sprinkle in
all these nuggets of recognition for those who'll get them."
Elswhere, the David vs Freema Shakespeare Quotes Quiz separates the Bards from the boys.
"It's unfair, 'cos David's done loads of Shakespeare," says Freema. "I hope my old English teacher doesn't read this..."
If theat wasn't enough, James Strong opens up his frank and funny Daleks in Manhattan journal to DWM readers in the first
of a major two-part feature, Paul Cornell tells us all about writing the Doctor's Human Nature and The Time Team celebrate
reaching 600 episodes with The King's Demons and The Five Doctors!
DWM 382 goes on sale from 3 May 2007, priced £3.99.
New Issue Of Doctor Who Adventures
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The new issue of Doctor Who Adventures goes on sale tomorrow, Thursday 26th April 2007, and it's packed with Doctor Who
As well as some great posters of the Doctor and Martha, there are previews of Evolution Of The Daleks and The Lazarus
Experiment and you can find out all about the wicked Carrionites from The Shakespeare Code and the blood sucking Plasmavore
from Smith and Jones!
And as if that wasn't enough it comes with FIVE free gifts!
There’s a Doctor Who stencil notebook, a pencil, part one of a TARDIS poster, a sticker booker and stickers.
23/04/2007, 21:00pm BST
Evolution Of The Daleks
Dalek Sec is reborn in human form and plans to build a Dalek
empire in Thirties New York, as Russell T Davies's Doctor Who continues. While Martha fights for her life at the top of the
Empire State Building, the Doctor must enter into an unholy alliance in order to change Dalek history for ever.
23/04/2007, 19:48pm BST
Sci Fi Channel To Air Doctor Who Series Three
The Sci Fi Channel have announced that they will be airing the new series of Doctor Who. The run will begin with The
The last series of Doctor Who was a ratings sucess for Sci Fi with over 1 million viewers tuning in for each episode.
23/04/2007, 17:00PM BST
Evolution Of The Daleks Preview
You can now view a preview of this Saturday's Doctor
Who episode, Evolution Of The Daleks, online coutesy of the BBC.
The Infinite Quest Preview
Can't wait until Friday for the next installment
of Totally Doctor Who's exclusive Doctor Who animation? Then fear not as the BBC Doctor Who site have got a special preview
clip for you.
The Who Crew Review
All reviews from the Who Crew are now online. Read
Do you agree with them? Discuss it in our forum.
22/04/2007, 19:43pm BST
The Daleks In Manhattan Update
The latest screen caps from Doctor Who Confidential and Totally Doctor Who have been added.
Overnight ratings show that The Daleks In Manhattan was the most watched show of the night with 6.3 million
viewers tuning in to see the Doctor and Martha meet up with the Daleks in 1930s New York.
22/04/2007, 08:15am BST
The Daleks In Manhattan Updates
21/04/2007, 17:56PM BST
Tennant Talks Extra
101 Things Didn't Know About Doctor Who
(Well you migh have done..)
ic Wales has a rather interesting article from today's Western Mail '101 Things You Didn't Know About Doctor Who'.
The facts range from the interesting: David Tennant and Freema Agyeman filmed the special trailers for series three on
their day off. It took eight hours to record a 40-second promo.
To the obvious: Torchwood, the show's spin-off, is an anagram of the words Doctor Who.
I'm sure a lot of fans will know all these facts already but for the newer Whovians it's a good way to swot up!
21/04/2007, 09:10am BST
The Daleks In Manahattan
The Doctor and Martha travel back in time to 1930's New York and come face to face with the Doctor's most fearsome enemy
You can see the latest Doctor Who adventure on BBC One at the earlier time of 18:35pm.
You can watch a preview of the episode courtesy of the BBC below:
The Daleks In Manhattan
There will be a live chat on the David-Tennant.net forum after the episode airs. It's your chance to discuss the episode with other fans.
And don't forget Doctor Who Confidential on BBC Three!!