October 18th, 2014
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Separated from the Doctor, Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension. But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection? With people to save and the Doctor trapped, Clara goes against an enemy that exists beyond human perception.

Series 8 of Doctor Who continued tonight as Clara met a menace from another dimension.

In Flatline by Jamie Mathieson, it was the impossible girl’s time to shine when she found herself separated from the Doctor and coming up against an enemy that existed beyond human perception. As the creatures closed in, the answer to salvation lay within the streets of an ordinary council estate. For the Doctor, meanwhile, things got smaller on the inside…

The latest adventure defied the dimensions of relativity itself, but what did you make of all the spiralling drama? The episode discussion is now open, below, for you to have your say!

NOTE: This discussion will NOT be spoiler monitored so please do not read the comments if you haven’t seen Flatline. You have been warned!

October 20th, 2014
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BAFTA Cymru has announced a programme of special Doctor Who cinema events which will begin with a world exclusive screening of the Series 8 finale.

In partnership with BBC Cymru Wales and Film Hub Wales, the events will form part of the BFI’s Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder season, giving fans the chance to experience an array of the show’s most iconic monsters by presenting classic episodes on the big screen at selected venues across Wales. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A panel with creative teams who have worked on the series.

The first stop will be a screening of Death in Water, the final episode of the latest series, which will be screened at an event in Cardiff a few days before its premiere on BBC One.

The full list of upcoming events, their venues and accompanying episodes can be found below. Tickets cost £12 (Concessions: £8) and can be purchased from the venue websites.

Doctor Who: Death in Heaven
Tuesday 4th November at 7pm
Reardon Smith Theatre, Cardiff
029 2030 4400

Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe
Monday 1st December at 7pm
Theatr Ffwrnes, Llanelli
0845 2263510

Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem & The Poison Sky
Tuesday 16th December at 7pm
Scala Cinema and Arts Centre, Denbighshire
01745 850197

Doctor Who: The Unquiet Dead
Monday 12th January at 7pm
Monmouth Savoy Theatre, Monmouth
01600 772467

Doctor Who: Masque of Mandragora & The Prisoner
Saturday 17th January at 7pm
Theatr Harlech, Snowdonia
01766 780667

Doctor Who: The Five Doctors
Tuesday 27th January at 7pm
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
01970 623232

Will you be attending any of these special events? Let us know in the comments section…

October 20th, 2014
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The final UK rating for Mummy on the Orient Express has been revealed.

The eighth episode of the current series, which aired on BBC One on 11th October, was watched by an official audience of 7.11 million viewers.

As usual, it’s another considerable rise from the 5.04 million people who watched it live, as the consolidated figure includes those who recorded the episode and watched it within the first 7 days of its transmission.

The episode holds the record for having the latest start time for Doctor Who, premiering on BBC One at 8:37pm. Find out more about the adventure in our episode guides, here.

Smaller on the outside? Click here to rate and discuss the latest Series 8 episode.

October 20th, 2014

Applications to be our next Fan of the Month are now open!

If you think you’ve got what it takes to take pride of place on WhovianNet, head over to the application form and fill in the questions we’ve provided.

This month’s hot topics are Series 8, the ongoing Missy mystery, plus we ask you to pick your scariest Doctor Who episode as we get into the spirit of Who’loween

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st October.

October 20th, 2014

The BBC has today announced a new Doctor Who children’s game which they’ll be launching online this week.

Released as part of the BBC’s Make It Digital initiative, The Doctor and the Dalek promises to take young fans on a dangerous quest as they accompany the Twelfth Doctor on an epic adventure through time and space.

Voiced by Peter Capaldi, players will be guided through an original standalone story, written by Phil Ford, featuring puzzles to outwit an array of the Doctor’s most deadliest foes.

The game has been designed in line with the new Key Stage 2/3 computing curriculum to allow children to understand the core programming principles, such as coding, as they play.

“’The Doctor and the Dalek’ is a brand-new Doctor Who story and a fantastic game, voiced by the wonderful Peter Capaldi. It’s an excellent example of how a hugely popular BBC show can give fans something extra, whilst also introducing wider audiences to increasingly important skills, such as coding and programming.”

- Danny Cohen, BBC Director of Television

“We’re really excited about the launch of ‘The Doctor and the Dalek’ as not only is it a really entertaining platform game for kids to play but it’s also a great introduction to some key principles of computer programming. Every puzzle has a strong link to the KS2 or KS3 computing curriculum. So we think it’s going to be a really valuable tool for students, parents and teachers.”

- Sinéad Rocks, Head of BBC Learning

It will be available freely at www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc from Wednesday 22nd October.

October 20th, 2014
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A special event examining the international success of Doctor Who will be held in London next month.

Organised by the Royal Television SocietyAnatomy of a Hit invites fans to join a panel of the show’s current creators as they give their behind the scenes insight into how the show makes its way from script to screen.

Host Boyd Hilton will be joined by head writer Steven Moffat, producer Nikki Wilson and the BBC’s drama controller Ben Stephenson for the inside story of a TV phenonemon.

The must-see event will take place on Tuesday 11 November 2014. Tickets can now be purchased here priced at £15, or free for RTS members. Let us know if you will be going!

The new series continues on BBC One on Saturday night in In The Forest of the Night.

October 19th, 2014

Our friends over at Lovarzi are offering Doctor Who fans a great offer on their Official Dalek Scarf.

Until midnight UK time tonight (Sunday), visitors can get 15% off the scarf by using the code DALEK15D at check out.

Presented in a stylish gift box featuring a foil-printed Doctor Who and BBC logo, the scarf has an RRP of £36.99 and makes for the must-have Whovian accessory this winter. Exterminate the cold!

Click here to browse the latest Doctor Who products…

October 19th, 2014
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An audience of 4.55 million people tuned in for the latest episode of Doctor Who on BBC One last night, according to the overnight ratings.

19.9% of the total television audience joined Clara in Flatline as she discovered a new menace from another dimension.

Doctor Who was the third most watched programme of the day, once again falling behind Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor, which were watched by 9.03 million and 7.71 million viewers, respectively.

The final consolidated rating for the episode will be released by BARB in the next 7 days.

Smaller on the outside? Click here to rate and discuss the latest Series 8 episode.

October 18th, 2014
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Series 8 continues next weekend when the Doctor will discover that the final days of humanity have arrived.

In In the Forest of the Night, the human race wakes up to face the most surprising invasion yet. Everywhere, in every land, a forest has grown overnight and taken back the Earth.

Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce and directed by Sheree Folkson, Episode 10 of the new series airs on Saturday 25th October at 8:20pm on BBC One. Check out the latest trailers for the episode below.

New series, new Doctor, new adventures. Click here for all the latest on Series 8!

October 18th, 2014
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The new series of Doctor Who continues tonight as Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension.

In this weekend’s episode Flatline, the Doctor’s faithful companion comes up against an enemy that exists beyond human perception. But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection?

It’s written by Jamie Mathieson, directed by Douglas MacKinnon and airs on BBC One at the slightly earlier time of 8:25pm.

We’ll be discussing the adventure as soon as it’s finished, from 9:10pm, and in the meantime you can share your anticipation for the episode – and check out an introduction and preview clips – below.

  • Introduction to Flatline – Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat introduce ‘an extraordinary episode…’

  • Smaller on the Outside? - With the Doctor trapped, Clara takes charge and ownership of the sonic!

  • They’re in the walls… – Can Clara keep it together as her world falls apart?

“Are you my mummy?” Let’s hope not! Click here to rate this weekend’s episode.

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