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January 23rd, 2014
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It was a big night of success for Doctor Who at the National Television Awards last night as it reigned supreme in both of the categories in which it was nominated!

The celebrations began as the show was named Best Drama with Jenna Coleman taking to the stage to pick up the award on behalf of its cast and crew. “50 years later and still going strong,” the actress proclaimed. “This belongs our team who are busy grafting award in Cardiff as we speak – thank you so much to everybody who voted!”

In addition Matt Smith’s portrayal of the Eleventh Doctor won him the gong for TV’s Best Drama Performance. Matt – who was far too busy being an American Pyscho in the West End – recorded this message to thank fans for voting. Congratulations to Who and Matt!

Luckily for Matt his award is in safe hands until he can pick it up. Enter Rory the Roman…

As Jenna mentioned, filming on Series 8, starring Peter Capaldi, is currently underway.

January 19th, 2014
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Next month will mark the arrival of a digital e-book bringing together four of the Eleventh Doctor’s off-screen adventures which took place during the Siege of Trenzalore.

Tales of Trenzalore compiles a collection of new stories that detail the various terrors and threats the Doctor faced as he vowed to protect the planet and its people from an array of the universe’s deadliest foes. Featuring the return of familiar adversaries, such as the Ice Warriors and the Autons, these are the tales of the monsters who found themselves afraid.

Tales of Trenzalore will be available to download from 27th February 2014. Don’t miss it!

“As it had been foretold, the armies of the Universe gathered at Trenzalore. Only one thing stood between the planet and destruction – the Doctor. For nine hundred years, he defended the planet, and the tiny town of Christmas, against the forces that would destroy it.He never knew how long he could keep the peace. He never knew what creatures would emerge from the snowy night to threaten him next. He knew only that at the end he would die on Trenzalore.

Some of what happened during those terrible years is well documented. But most of it remains shrouded in mystery and darkness.

Until now.”

Featuring the short stories:
Let it Snow by Justin Richards
An Apple a Day by George Mann
Strangers in the Outland by Paul Finch
The Dreaming by Mark Morris

Click HERE to review the Eleventh Doctor’s final adventure in our discussion…

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

With thanks to DoctorWho.tv.

January 7th, 2014
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Great news to start off the year: both Doctor Who and Matt Smith have been nominated for National Television Awards!

The show itself is up for the Drama gong, while the Eleventh Doctor actor, who bowed out of the series at Christmas, is shortlisted in the Drama Peformance category.

Last year the Doctor Who cast and crew walked away empty handed and we don’t it to happen again, so head over to the website to support our Time Lord before voting closes!

This year’s ceremony will be shown live on ITV on Wednesday 22nd January at 7:30pm.

January 2nd, 2014
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The final viewing figure for the latest Christmas special, The Time of the Doctor, has been revealed by BARB.

The special, which marked the climax of Matt Smith’s tenure as the Eleventh Doctor, was watched by an official audience of 11.14 million on Christmas Day.

Doctor Who was the second highest rated programme of the day behind Mrs Brown’s Boys. The figure also makes it the 5th most watched Doctor Who Christmas Special to date.

The Time of the Doctor is released on DVD/Blu-ray on 20th January. Pre-order it HERE.

Doctor Who Christmas Specials Viewing Figures To Date

  1. Voyage of the Damned (2007) – 13.31 million
  2. The Next Doctor (2008) – 13.1 million
  3. A Christmas Carol (2010) – 12.11 million
  4. The End of Time, Part One (2009) – 12.04 million
  5. The Time of the Doctor (2013) – 11.14 million
  6. The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (2011) – 10.77 million
  7. The Snowmen (2012) – 9.87 million
  8. The Christmas Invasion (2005) – 9.84 million
  9. The Runaway Bride (2006) – 9.35 million

Click HERE to review the Eleventh Doctor’s final adventure in our discussion…

With thanks to @DWMtweets.

December 28th, 2013
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The BBC has released a new behind the scenes featurette to accompany The Time of the Doctor, but get those tissues at the ready because it’s about to get emotional…

The video takes fans ‘Behind the Lens’ to give an insight into how the festive episode made it from script to screen.

Featuring interviews with the almighty Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman plus Steven Moffat, it also includes comments from Orla Brady and Jack Hollington who guest star in the special.

Check out what happened Behind the Lens in the player below. Goodbye, Mr Matt Smith!

And that’s not all! BBC America have released a deleted scene which you can see below.

Click HERE to review the Eleventh Doctor’s final adventure in our discussion…

December 27th, 2013
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The Eleventh Doctor’s regeneration proved to be a success as it was the most watched moment on Christmas Day!

As BBC News report, the final 5 minutes of The Time of the Doctor peaked at 10.2 million viewers with the episode itself averaging just over 8 million.

The figure makes Doctor Who the 2nd highest rated show of the day behind the festive special of Mrs Brown’s Boys, seen by an audience of 9.4 million.

Click HERE to review the Eleventh Doctor’s final adventure in our discussion…

December 25th, 2013
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It was a close call but the moment has arrived. You’ve been voting for the 11th Doctor’s greatest moment, and here it is!

The Eleventh Doctor’s had his fair share of epic speeches in his time but there’s one in particular that has made a lasting impression on the Whoniverse…

He was laid bare in The Rings of Akhaten earlier this year as viewers were given an insight into the lives and times of a Time Lord.

With 21% of the vote, you’ve selected the scene as the defining moment of the Eleventh Doctor’s era. Relive the uplifting occasion below and let us all join hands and sing along!

The Eleventh Doctor will regenerate TONIGHT in The Time of the Doctor on BBC One.

December 24th, 2013
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We’re now 24 hours away from the regeneration of the one and only Eleventh Doctor and it’s time for fans far and wide to come together to say #GoodbyeMatt!

They have done just that in this interactive Christmas video which has seen Whovians from around the world unite to bid farewell to Matt Smith in style.

On the eve of The Time of the Doctor, our final video is here and you can enjoy everyone’s messages below.

We’d like to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who contributed – we received videos from the UK to Australia to Mexico and so we hope the final product will serve as a small but touching representation of what millions of others will be saying this time tomorrow…

Once again the Whovian fandom has shown that we can join forces to achieve greatness and we’ll be sending the video to Matt Smith himself. We’ll keep you updated. Geronimo!

And we couldn’t have put it better ourselves! Please share the video to spread the word!

The Time of the Doctor is tomorrow night at 7:30pm on BBC One. See the latest news!

December 24th, 2013
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We’re approaching the climax of our #TopTenOfEleven as we reveal the moment you’ve chosen as the runner-up!

Taking the silver medal in the sprint to the Eleventh Doctor’s greatest moment is a scene from his latest adventure.

The 50th anniversary special The Day of the Doctor was full of shocks and surprises and we’re sure Whovians all around the world all collectively gasped as the Doctor encountered a very familiar face in the episode’s closing moments.

Click play on the video below to relive the special moment the audience received a blast from the past as the Eleventh Doctor was given a tantalising insight into his own future…

Our countdown concludes tomorrow, Christmas Day, just before The Time of the Doctor!

December 24th, 2013
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The Eleventh Doctor’s end is nigh and from what we’ve seen it looks like he’s going to bow out in spectacular style.

The Eleventh Doctor’s never been one to be lost for words but tomorrow night we’ll finally get to see what will arguably be his most memorable as he hangs up his bow tie for the last time. It’s been emotional!

But what will be his “famous last words”? They’ll go down in history and you can share your predictions below…

See if you’re right tomorrow night in The Time of the Doctor at 7:30pm on BBC One.

What’s the Eleventh Doctor’s best moment? Find out in our #TopTenOfEleven!

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