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July 18th, 2017
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Georgia Moffett will be reprising her role as Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, for a new Big Finish audio series, Radio Times has confirmed.

The character, who was introduced in Series 4, will helm the new adventures alongside her very own companion played by Sean Biggerstaff, who Harry Potter fans will recognise for his portrayal of Oliver Wood.

Recording will take place over the summer with the first release expected later this year.

Are you excited that Jenny is back? No doubt she has been doing an awful lot of running…

October 20th, 2016
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Catherine Tate reflected on her tenure in Doctor Who during an interview on ITV’s morning chatshow Lorraine today.

The actress was first introduced as Donna Noble in the 2006 Christmas Special, The Runaway Bride, before returning as the Doctor’s full time companion in Series 4. She made her last appearance in David Tennant’s final story, The End of Time, which she credits for tying up all the loose ends. “I don’t know if I ever could come back now though, with the way Donna’s story ended,” she admitted. “But anything can happen. They could go back in time to before I was in it.”

Despite leaving the show over half a decade ago, Catherine – who is about to embark on a nationwide tour featuring her popular comedy creations – added that the TARDIS remains a very big part of her life. She said: “I will hopefully keep going to all the conventions until I’m in dire straits. You don’t realise how far reaching it is until you’re in West Virginia, in a Walmart, and then somebody says, ‘Are you Donna Noble?’. The fans are lovely and loyal.”

Earlier this year Catherine reprised the role for a series of original Big Finish adventures.

August 16th, 2015
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Series 1 to 4 of Doctor Who will be making their way to Blu-ray in the UK later this month.

Although they’re already available in the format as part of the previously released Complete Series 1-7 collection, this is the first time that fans will be able to purchase each individual series in their fully remastered 1080p high definition glory.

The boxsets will be available to own from 31st August 2015, including all the special features that were included on each of their original respective DVD releases.

Browse the latest Doctor Who products on sale now in our merchandise section…

April 15th, 2015
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Disney XD has acquired the rights to repeat David Tennant’s episodes of Doctor Who, it has been announced.

The US cable channel, aimed at 6 to 14 year olds, launched in 2009 and is home to top rated animated shows including Star War Rebels and the Marvel animated series.

It begins airing Series 2 through to Series 4 with a special screening of New Earth on Saturday 9th May, before a marathon kicks off on Saturday 13th June featuring 8 episodes a day for a whole week.

The episodes will also be available to watch via the Watch Disney XD app from 14th June.

March 26th, 2015
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WhovianNet readers have named Series 4 as the greatest series of NuWho to date!

Last month we opened a poll to determine the best series of the last decade to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the revived series. And oh, what a decade it has been!

The first episode, Rose, aired exactly 10 years ago today, on Saturday 26th March 2005, and everybody’s favourite Time Lord has been running ever since. It’s been the trip of the lifetime and we wouldn’t have missed it for the world.

2008 was a momentous year for the show. The fourth series welcomed back Donna Noble as the Tenth Doctor’s full time travelling companion and together they faced the likes of the Sontarans, the Vespiform and the Vashta Nerada. This series also introduced River Song as well as Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, and it all culminated in one of the most epic stories in the show’s history when the Doctor’s allies joined forces to conquer Davros and the Daleks.

It’s fitting, then, that you’ve named it the best series of NuWho to date, with a landslide 32% of the final vote. In at second place was Series 2 with 16%, followed by Series 8 in third place with 15%. A huge thank you to everybody who voted. Are you pleased with the results? Have your say below and join us we wish NuWho a very happy 10th anniversary!

August 12th, 2014
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Peter Capaldi has revealed that his previous appearance in Doctor Who “is certainly addressed” during the new series.

The actor starred in the Series 4 episode The Fires of Pompeii as Caecilius and will be seen in his first full-length adventure as the Twelfth Doctor when the series returns on 23rd August. “The full answer isn’t there, but it’s something you’ll discover,” he cryptically told triple j. “The Doctor is influenced in his regenerations by things around him. But you also need to question that character in Pompeii. Perhaps he wasn’t who he said he was…”

How do you think Peter’s part in Pompeii will be addressed? Let us know in the comments…

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

September 6th, 2013
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Catherine Tate has revealed she would love the opportunity to return to Doctor Who.

The actress became an instant hit with fans for her portrayal of companion Donna Noble. First seen in The Runaway Bride she joined the Doctor full time in Series 4 and was last seen in David Tennant’s final story, The End of Time.

The star has told TV Times mag that she wouldn’t turn down an offer to reprise her popular role again.

“Yes, I would be more than happy,” she confirmed. In 2011 she starred opposite David Tennant in a West End production of Much Ado About Nothing. She said: “Benedick and Beatrice are similar to the Doctor and Donna in some ways – there is sparring between them but it’s a romantic relationship which was obviously never the case in Doctor Who.”

So we know Catherine’s interested – would you like to see more of Donna? Let us know.

August 12th, 2013
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In light of Peter Capaldi’s recent reveal as the next Doctor, iTunes are giving UK fans a free download of his first Doctor Who appearance!

As most of you will know, Peter’s previously appeared in the series – alongside David Tennant and Catherine Tate as the Tenth Doctor and Donna – as Caecilius in the popular 2008 episode The Fires of Pompeii. This same adventure also guest starred Karen Gillan as a Soothsayer before she was cast as the Eleventh Doctor’s companion Amy Pond.

March 4th, 2011
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France Television Distribution have today confirmed that boxsets of Series 4 and the 2009/10 Specials will be released on DVD in France this summer!

The announcement comes after French fans launched an online petition for a DVD of David Tennant’s final episodes as the Tenth Doctor, and they’ll be pleased to hear that for the first time they’ll be able to get both Series 4 (€24,99) and the Specials (€19.99) from 15th June! Both boxsets will be French dubbed with French subtitles.

In addition, the same day will see the releases of complete Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3 boxsets for €24,99 each! Although the first three series have previously been made available, the updated sets, also dubbed in French, will sport new packaging.

Series 5 continues tomorrow on France 4, with Vincent et le Docteur & Le colocataire.

With thanks to Aurélie!

December 28th, 2010
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Watch have confirmed that they will be kicking off 2011 in style as they have renamed New Year’s Day as their very own Doctor Who Day!

The channel’s festivities will commence on January 1st at 1:05pm with the first part of Series 4’s epic finale, The Stolen Earth, and the marathon will continue right through the day, culminating at 7:40pm with the 2008 Christmas special, The Next Doctor! We’ve put together a full schedule for the day below – will you be tuning in?

Watch’s ‘Doctor Who Day’ (New Year’s Day)
Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth - Watch, 1:05pm
Doctor Who: Journey’s End – Watch, 2:10pm
Doctor Who: The Christmas Invasion – Watch, 3:00pm
Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride - Watch, 4:50pm
Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned – Watch, 6:10pm
Doctor Who: The Next Doctor – Watch, 7:40pm

Also on New Year’s Day, BBC One will be showing a repeat of The End of Time, Part One at 12.40pm. Part Two of the Tenth Doctor’s regeneration story will be shown on BBC One on January 2nd at 12:10pm. See in the New Year with our favourite Time Lord!

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