Time Travellers Review Eighth Series of Doctor Who Before it's Even Been Filmed

Ah, the joys of fake Amazon reviews. Joining the poo-based Gummy Bears thread in the hall of fame comes this bizarre series of reviews of the eighth series of the Doctor Who reboot, left by readers who claim to have come from the future where the episodes have actually been (a) filmed and (b) broadcast. Read More >>

Here's Peter Capaldi's New Doctor Who Costume

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I don't really care about Doctor Who. But even my interest was piqued when it was announced that Peter "Malcolm Tucker" Capaldi was going to be the new Time Lord. And now, we've got a glimpse of the pockets he'll be storing his sonic screwdriver in. Read More >>

Is This the Real Face of Doctor Who's Time Lord?

You may well be gearing up for the big Christmas Doctor Who special, but, for a guy who has had more regenerated faces than Jackie Stallone, you might be wondering which is the Doctor's real mug. Researchers at the University of Aberdeen Face Lab believe they have the answer. Read More >>

Doctor Who Special Earns Dubious "World Record" for Global Broadcast

The endless Doctor Who PR push shows no sign of calming down even now the 50th anniversary special is finally out of the way, with the BBC now banging on about how successful its carefully orchestrated global simultaneous broadcasts were. Read More >>

Google's Doctor Who? 50th Anniversary Platform Game Doodle: A Perfect Friday Time Sink

This weekend is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who's first appearance on the small screen, and Google has chosen to celebrate it with a wonderful multi-level platform game. Read More >>

The Science of Doctor Who's Sonic Screwdriver

Cue some live experiments, fire, and real-world acoustics. As for whether a real Sonic Screwdriver will ever be within our grasp? Well, maybe, perhaps, possibly, theoretically. We can dream, right? [Headsqueeze] Read More >>

This Chart Shows Which Doctor Who Spent the Most Time (Travelling) On Our TV Screens

They may dart liberally across space and time, but when it comes to screen time, each successive Doctor Who has a very finite tenure on the show. So who's had the keys to the Tardis the longest? Read More >>

Nine Lost Doctor Who Episodes Discovered in Nigeria -- Remastered Versions Now on iTunes

The have-they-haven't-they saga of the BBC and the Doctor Who discovery has been solved today, with the corporation revealing that nine previously lost episodes have been rescued from a station archive in Nigeria. Read More >>

BBC Teases the Double-D Delights of Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary Special

Two! Two Doctors! This is going to blow the minds of small children already struggling to grasp the concept of regeneration and whose dads haven't forced them to revisit the classics. It's the first official image released from the BBC's forthcoming 50th Anniversary special, called The Day Of The Doctor. Read More >>

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This is Why Google's Awesome: Google Maps Has the Best Dr Who Easter Egg Ever

Did you know the TARDIS was located on Earl's Court Road in London? No, neither did I. But Google spotted it, and seemingly drove its Street View car right on in there. Check out this wicked Easter egg and take a trip inside Dr Who's amazing time machine. Read More >>

Police Called as Rival Sci-Fi Clubs Battle for Doctor Who Star's Attention

The usually sedate and harmless Norwich Sci-Fi and Film Convention at the University of East Anglia kicked off and required police intervention, after a rival science fiction group dared to enter its turf. Read More >>

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All the Fake Websites from Doctor Who Make Me Wish They Were Real

This mash-up video, made by Slacktory and edited by Debbie Saslaw, shows off all the fake websites and apps that pop up on Doctor Who. Can you imagine if we lived with such horrible websites in real life? We'd probably be a lot more productive! As an aside, seeing CRT monitors kind of hurts my soul. Those things were ridiculous. [Slacktory] Read More >>

What If Doctor Who Was a Cheesy 16-bit RPG?

Strip Doctor Who of its BBC production values, translate it into a 16-bit role playing game, and you have something so deliciously geeky that it really ought be made a reality. Read More >>

Doctor Who Sucked into Three-Dimensional Television Vortex

The 50th Anniversary episode of Doctor Who will see the timelord exploring an as-yet uncharted dimension, thanks to the BBC deciding to film the hour-long special of the sci-fi pantomime in 3D. Read More >>

Neil Gaiman and the Cybermen to Return in 2013 Doctor Who Series

The return of the Cybermen in the next run of Doctor Who isn't much of a surprise, seeing as the sci-fi show's modern episode structure seems to simply alternate between the Daleks and the Cyberman for inspiration, but what fans will like is news of a new Neil Gaiman episode. Read More >>


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