September 8, 2009
BBC News has announced that Richard Curtis is to write an episode for Doctor Who‘s thirty-first series, to be broadcast in Spring 2010. The announcement follows an interview with Curtis in tabloid “news”paper The Sun.
He said that the episode would feature a “famous historical figure” battling a monster.
It is important to note that The Sun regularly makes “facts” up in order to get more readers – the “insider” suggesting that the figure is Sir Edmund Blackadder is most likely invented.
August 19, 2009
The titles for the third series of The Sarah Jane Adventures have been revealed in DWM 412, out this week. The six stories, each consisting of two episodes, are respectively: Prisoner of the Judoon by Phil Ford, The Mad Woman in the Attic by Joseph Lidster, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith by Gareth Roberts, The Eternity Trap by Phil Ford, Mona Lisa’s Revenge by Phil Ford, and The Gift by Rupert Laight.
More details can be found here.
August 19, 2009
In DWM 412, the title for Russell T Davies and David Tennant’s final episode has been revealed as The End of Time. It also announces that John Simm and Alexandra Moen, who played the Master and Lucy Saxon respectively in 2007, are returning to their roles for 4.17/The End of Time.
In addition, former James Bond actor Timothy Dalton has been cast as ‘The Narrator’.
July 20, 2009
On the day that Series 5 is due to begin filming, a couple of very interesting items have been announced. First, Karen Gillan’s character is to be called Amy Pond.
Secondly, the costume for Matt Smith’s Doctor has been announced, and can be seen below.