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January 30th, 2014
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The previously confirmed An Adventure in Space and Time soundtrack has now been given a release date!

The album – featuring the highlights from composer Edmund Butt’s score as heard in the retrospective BBC Two drama – will be available to buy and download from 3rd March 2014.

Orchestrated by Geoff Alexander, this soundtrack has been described as “incredible” and can now be pre-ordered from Amazon, HERE, for just under £10 (subject to change).

Will you be investing in this release? See it full track listing in our previous post, HERE.

An Adventure in Space and Time is also available to buy on a DVD boasting an array of brilliant bonus features and there is currently a petition for it to have a Blu-ray release.

See the latest Doctor Who products on sale now via our merchandise section!

Thanks to Silva Screen Records.

January 21st, 2014

Sophie Aldred, who’s known as the Doctor’s companion Ace, can be seen in an upcoming web series.

The actress stars in Secludio, a 15-part ‘dramedy’ by Peter Stray which finds the lighter side of being lonely.

Sophie plays Paula in the series, the sister of its protaganist, Colin Hyde, who connects with her sibling via webcalls when he locks himself away to complete his book. Its international cast ensemble filmed their scenes on iPhones and flip cams.

“I wanted this story to take place in the isolation of one location, and the vastness of the online webscape,” commented Peter. “It kind of takes place everywhere and nowhere…”

SECLUDIO launches next week. Follow its latest developments on its Twitter @secludio.

Thanks to Peter Stray.

January 20th, 2014

Please join us as we raise our glasses to wish Tom Baker a very happy birthday!

The actor, who’s of course best known for playing the Fourth Doctor in some show called Doctor Who, turns 80 today and we hope he enjoys his celebrations. Ssssh!

He made a surprise return in The Day of the Doctor and has recently updated his official site with a newsletter detailing his contribution to the 50th anniversary festivities.

Post your birthday wishes for Tom below. What are your best Fourth Doctor memories?

December 21st, 2013
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It’s another huge milestone in Doctor Who’s history today as the Daleks officially turn 50 years old!

The “masters of the universe” made their screen debut back on 21st December 1963 in the first instalment of the aptly named The Daleks, which was Doctor Who’s second serial.

Created by Terry Nation, it didn’t take long for the enemies to strike a chord with the audience as ‘Dalekmania’ gripped the nation.

Since their inception they’ve made countless appearances which have established them as the Doctor’s most formidable foes. As unpredictable as Doctor Who is, one factor is always a dead cert – wherever the Time Lord travels, the Daleks won’t be far behind…

As we await their latest return in The Time of the Doctor on Christmas Day (see them in the trailer HERE), join us as we honour 50 years of extermination and raise our glass to those mutated monsters we all just love to hate. But what are your favourite Daaaa-lek moments? Are they as scary as they used to be? Let us know in the comments below…

December 20th, 2013
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It wouldn’t be Christmas without him! Strax has returned to the airwaves with another field report in preparation for the highly anticipated Christmas Special.

To prepare us for the Doctor’s regeneration, his latest video sees the Commander chronicle the past incarnations of our beloved Time Lord as we await the arrival of #12 (or 13… or 5.5/apple/26… or however you’re counting it now!).

Check out Strax’s field report in the player below, humans!

The Time of the Doctor will air on BBC One at 7:30pm on Christmas Day – 5 days to go!

Yesterday Blue Peter unveiled the winners of their contest to design new sonic devices.

December 19th, 2013

The classic Patrick Troughton adventure The Moonbase will be materialising on DVD next year.

In this Cyber-serial, which was first transmitted in 1967, the Second Doctor must save the Earth from the Cybermen with help from his companions Polly (Anneke Wills), Ben (Michael Craze) and Jamie (Frazer Hines).

The DVD brings the serial together in its restored glory with two animated installments and a host of bonus material.

Special features include commentaries, Lunar Landing documentary charting the making of the story, an exclusive gallery plus the serial’s original Radio Times listings and more.

It’s on sale on 20th January (Europe), 22nd January (Australia) and 11th February (US).

Click here to pre-order THE MOONBASE on DVD on!

With thanks to

December 18th, 2013

Peter Davison has been confirmed as the host of next year’s Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular.

The Fifth Doctor star will take to the stage when the musical extravaganza returns down under to tour venues in January and February 2014.

With shows revealed in Melbourne, Brisbane and Wellington, the show will be based on this year’s 50th anniversary Prom and will celebrate half a century of Doctor Who music.

The concerts will also include specially filmed links from Fourth Doctor Tom Baker as the Melbourne and Queensland Symphony Orchestras perform a host of hits from the series.

“I’m really looking forward to coming to Australia and New Zealand as part of the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular,” said Peter Davison. “The music of Doctor Who is amazing and nothing can compare to hearing it live with any Daleks who turn up along the way…”

To find out more about the tour and to book your tickets, visit the official website HERE.

With thanks to

December 2nd, 2013

Silva Screen have announced that they’ll be releasing a 4 disc CD set compiling half a century of Doctor Who music!

The 50th Anniversary Collection will be available to buy and download from 9th December and promises to take fans on a musical journey through time.

Enjoy a fascinating insight into the history of the Doctor Who music charted from its experimental beginnings to today’s hugely popular orchestrated scores by Murray Gold.

Click here to pre-order your copy from and see its full tracklisting below:

Disc 1

1. Doctor Who (Original Theme)

2. An Unearthly Child: Three Guitars Mood 2

3. An Unearthly Child – TARDIS Takeoff

4. The Daleks (The Dead Planet): Forest Atmosphere

5. The Daleks (The Dead Planet): Forest With Creature

6. The Daleks (The Dead Planet): City Music 1 and 2

7. The Daleks (The Dead Planet): The Daleks

8. The Daleks (The Survivors) – Dalek Control Room

9. The Daleks (The Ambush): The Ambush

10. The Daleks – Capsule Oscillation (Dalek Destructor Fuse / Bomb Countdown)

11. The Edge of Destruction – Explosion, TARDIS Stops

12. The Keys of Marinus – Sleeping Machine

13. The Chase – Dalek Spaceship Lands

14. The Chase – TARDIS Lands

15. Galaxy Four – Chumbley (Constant Run)

16. Galaxy Four – Chumbley at Rest

17. Galaxy Four: Marche (Les Structures Sonores)

18. The Daleks’ Master Plan (The Nightmare Begins): A Strange Sickness

19. The Daleks’ Master Plan (Destruction of Time): Growing Menace

20. The Gunfighters: Excerpts from ‘The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon’

21. The Tenth Planet: Space Adventure Part 2

22. The Macra Terror – Heartbeat Chase

23. The Macra Terror – Chromophone Band

24. The Macra Terror – Propaganda Sleep Machine

25. The Tomb of the Cybermen – Sideral Universe

26. The Tomb of the Cybermen – Space Time Music Part 1

27. The Web of Fear – Space Time Music Part 2

28. Fury from the Deep – Mr. Oak and Mr. Quill (Incidental Music)

29. The Wheel in Space – Cyberman Stab & Music

30. The Wheel in Space – Birth of Cybermats

31. The Wheel in Space – Interior Rocket (Suspense Music)

32. The Dominators – Galaxy Atmosphere

33. The Mind Robber – Zoe’s Theme

34. The Invasion: The Dark Side of the Moon

35. The Invasion: The Company

36. The Krotons – Machine and City Theme

37. The Krotons – Kroton Theme

38. The Seeds of Death: Titles

39. The Seeds of Death: Ice Warriors Music

40. The War Games – Time Lord Court

41. Doctor Who (New Opening, 1967 – full version)

42. The Mind of Evil: The Master’s Theme

43. The Mind of Evil: Hypnosis Music

44. The Mind of Evil: Dover Castle

45. The Mind of Evil – Keller Machine Appears and Vanishes

46. The Mind of Evil: Keller Machine Theme

47. The Claws of Axos – Copy machine tickover

48. The Claws of Axos: The Axons Approach

49. Music from ‘The Sea Devils’

50. Music from ‘The Mutants’

51. Music from ‘Frontier in Space’ Episode 1

52. Music from ‘Death to the Daleks’

53. Planet of the Spiders – Metebelis III Atmosphere

Disc 2

1. Doctor Who Opening Title Theme

2. The Ark In Space – Nerva Beacon Infrastructure and TMat Couch

3. Music from “Revenge of the Cybermen”

4. Terror of the Zygons: The Destruction of Charlie Rig

5. Terror of the Zygons: A Landing in Scotland

6. Terror of the Zygons: The Zygons Attack

7. Music from “The Android Invasion” Episodes 3 and 4

8. The Brain of Morbius – The Planet Karn

9. The Seeds of Doom: Antarctica – The First Pod

10. The Seeds of Doom: Get Dunbar! / Krynoid On The Loose

11. The Masque of Mandragora – The Mandragora Helix

12. Music from “The Invasion of Time” Episodes 3 and 4

13. Doctor Who Closing Titles (40″ Version)

14. Doctor Who 1980 (Opening Titles)

15. The Leisure Hive: Into Argolis

16. Full Circle: K9 on a Mission

17. The Keeper of Traken: Nyssa’s Theme

18. Logopolis: It’s The End…

19. Doctor Who 1980 (Closing Titles)

20. Castrovalva

21. Four to Doomsday: Exploring the Lab

22. Earthshock – March Of The Cybermen

23. Mawdryn Undead

24. The Five Doctors

25. Warriors of the Deep

26. Resurrection of the Daleks

27. The Caves of Androzani (Alternative Suite)

28. Doctor Who Theme (1980 – Full Version)

Disc 3

1. The Twin Dilemma

2. The Mark of the Rani

3. The Two Doctors

4. Timelash

5. Revelation of the Daleks

6. Doctor Who 1986

7. The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet

8. The Trial of a Time Lord: Terror of the Vervoids

9. The Trial of a Time Lord: The Ultimate Foe

10. Doctor Who 1987

11. Music from ‘Time and the Rani’

12. Delta and the Bannermen: “Here’s to the Future”

13. Music from ‘Dragonfire’

14. Music from ‘Remembrance of the Daleks’

15. Music from ‘The Greatest Show in the Galaxy’

16. Music from ‘Battlefield’

17. Music from ‘The Curse of Fenric’

18. Music from ‘Survival’

19. “…and somewhere else, the tea’s getting cold” (from ”Survival”)

20. Prologue: Skaro / “Doctor Who” Theme

21. “Who Am I?”

22. The Chase (Original Version)

23. “Open the Eye”

24. Farewell

25. End Credits / “Doctor Who” Theme

Disc 4

1. Doctor Who Theme – TV Version

2. Doctor Who: Series 1 – Rose’s Theme

3. Doctor Who: Series 2 – Doomsday

4. Doctor Who: Series 3 – All The Strange Strange Creatures (The Trailer Music)

5. Doctor Who: Series 3 – Martha’s Theme

6. Doctor Who: Series 3 – Boe

7. Doctor Who: Series 3 – The Doctor Forever

8. Doctor Who: Series 3 – This Is Gallifrey: Our Childhood, Our Home

9. Doctor Who: Series 3 – Donna’s Theme

10. Doctor Who: Series 4 – Song Of Freedom

11. Doctor Who: Series 4-The Specials – The Master Suite

12. Doctor Who: Series 4-The Specials – Four Knocks

13. Doctor Who: Series 4-The Specials – Vale Decem

14. Doctor Who: Series 5 – I Am The Doctor

15. Doctor Who: Series 5 – The Mad Man With A Box

16. Doctor Who: Series 5 – Amy’s Theme

17. Doctor Who: Series 6 – Melody Pond

18. Doctor Who: Series 6 – The Wedding Of River Song

19. Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol – Abigail’s Song (Silence Is All You Know)

20. Doctor Who: Series 7 – Towards The Asylum

21. Doctor Who: Series 7 – Together Or Not At All – The Song Of Amy And Rory

22. Doctor Who: Series 7 – Up The Shard

23. Doctor Who: Series 7 – The Long Song

See the latest Doctor Who products on sale now via our merchandise section!

With thanks to Silva Screen.

November 27th, 2013
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To commemorate the 50th anniversary, app developers Big Ideas Digital have released a new Doctor Who app inspired by the Say What You See format.

The fun app features 150 rebus Doctor Who puzzles across three beautifully painted canvases which take players on a journey through iconic Doctor Who locations.

Each cryptic puzzle suggests a Doctor Who related monster, companion, gadget or episode title using words or phrases.

Solving each one adds to a trivia-filled fact file including never before revealed secrets.

“There has been many Doctor Who games, but this is the first one that covers the entire span of the show’s history, referencing episodes, characters and monsters from all of its 50 years,” said Jon Hamblin, Director. “If this isn’t the first game to appeal to old-school, hardcore fans as much as younger fans of modern Who, I will eat my Tom Baker scarf!”

Doctor Who – Say What You See is now available to download on the App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon Marketplace priced £1.99/$2.99. Check out previews of it below!

With thanks to Big Ideas Digital.

November 24th, 2013
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The Classic Doctors who were excluded from the main 50th anniversary special have taken matters into their own hands by producing one of their very own!

Written and directed by the Fifth Doctor Peter Davison, The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot follows the former Time Lords on their mission to be involved in the landmark festivities.

The film sports a star studded emsemble of guests including Olivia Colman, John Barrowman and Peter Jackson.

Watch The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot HERE and see its teaser trailer in the player below…

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