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  1. Review: Doctor Who Symphonic SpectacularRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Gay Times

    The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular 2015 is a tour of 6 UK cities that includes some of the most iconic performance spaces in the country - including Wembley Arena, The Hydro in Glasgow, and the First Direct Arena in Leeds. Hosted by the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, the show features the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, as well as a host of creepy creatures from the TV show - including the dreaded Daleks, the sinister Cybermen, and the revolting decaying Egyptian mummy creature that was a big hit from the most recent series.


  2. Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular heads for Newcastle's Metro Radio ArenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    Vision Nine and BBC Worldwide will bring the hugely popular Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular to the Metro Radio Arena on Thursday and featuring Peter Davison. Davison, who portrayed the fifth Doctor on the BBC One series between 1981 and 1984, acted as presenter for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in Australia and New Zealand at the beginning of 2014.


  3. Murray Gold on creating the music of Doctor WhoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Radio Times

    "I definitely was daunted taking on the theme," Doctor Who composer Murray Gold tells me and it's not surprising he might have doubts when rearranging a classic. A lifelong fan of the series, Gold considers his current role on the series his dream gig, with "no question he'd turn it down."


  4. Sound-tracking the tales of the DoctorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sunday Herald

    ... many Saturday nights of suspense and terror, sending shivers down the spine and children behind the sofa. Now Doctor Who composer Murray Gold is bringing terror and excitement to a live audience with the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular. The show ...


  5. Comic-book fare, medical dramas and minority leads among next season's TV trendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 |

    ... by acclaimed fantasy author Neil Gaiman, and "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," a CW newcomer starring Arthur Darvill ("Doctor Who") as a time-traveling rogue who assembles a team of heroes and villains. The five broadcast networks recently announced 43 ...


  6. Nerd OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Boulder Weekly

    ... guest listed is stacked with celebrities and creators from every end of the pop culture spectrum from former Doctor Who assistant Karen Gillan to pre-Ruffalo, vintage Hulk Lou Ferrigno. Whatever fandom you're a part of, you'll surely feel at home at ...


  7. Captain Jack joined Doctor Who 10 years ago - John Barrowman's best bitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Metro

    At the time, he hooked up with Billie Piper and Christopher Eccleston in World War II London, as they fought off some mummy-needing gas mask zombies. Since then John Barrowman has popped up now and again to team up with the Doctor , and here are some of his best bits that prove what a Doctor Who legend the Captain is.


  8. Doctor Who: The Problem of Peter Cushing ResolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Houston Press

    Sadly, Steven Moffat didn't get his wish. The celebration of 50 years of Doctor Who contained no references to the strange spin-off Doctor played by Peter Cushing in the '60s.


  9. Here's how the Beatles (almost) met Doctor WhoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Something Else! Reviews

    On May 22, 1965, children across England - and maybe some parents, too - finished their afternoon tea and took to the couch to watch the latest episode of the increasingly popular BBC 1 program, Doctor Who . A new storyline was beginning.


  10. Barry Newbery: Production designer who worked on 'Doctor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | The Independent

    He enthusiastically brought to life the court of Kubla Khan, the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, the cities and deserts around Jaffa, Tombstone, Arizona, and Saxon England The television production designer Barry Newbery worked on Doctor Who for most of its original 26-year run, from its first serialised story introducing the Gallifreyan Time Lord in 1963 to a 1984 tale merging a present-day English Civil War re-enactment with the real thing. He brought his talents to more episodes - 62 over 14 stories - than any other designer, creating sets for five incarnations of the Doctor, played by William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker and Peter Davison.


  11. Catherine Tate's foulmouthed Nan is returning to BBC1 next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Radio Times

    ... at this month's TV Baftas because of last year's one-off. Nan's two new episodes, which will be written by former Doctor Who star Tate as well as Brett Goldstein and Dan Swimer, will be filmed later this year and broadcast on BBC1 in 2016. "Nan is ...


  12. The 13 new TV shows we're most excited aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Genesee Country Express

    ... role. Why we're excited: This truly is a who's who of "Arrow" and "Flash" alums that we craved more from. Plus, "Doctor Who" fans get Arthur Darvill back on TV as another time traveler named Rip Hunter, who helps get this motley crew acting like a ...


  13. Interview: Dan Starkey, Strax from Doctor WhoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Houston Press

    Dan Starkey currently plays the reconstructed Sontaran Strax on Doctor Who as part of the Paternoster Gang, which aids The Doctor in adventures that take place in Victorian London as well as far-flung places like Trenzalore and Demon's Run.


  14. Which of DC's Legends of Tomorrow Will Appear in The Flash Finale?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | E! Online

    ... ' answer when we asked her to confirm or deny if she's in tonight's episode? "Deny!" Boo! Rip Hunter: Fresh Off Doctor Who , Arthur Darvill was more than ready to handle a spoiler-y question. "I don't know if I'm allowed to say or not," he said. "I ...


  15. Meet Tom, the nine-year-old blogger who's spent the last year following in the Doctor's footstepsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Bournemouth Echo

    A BOY from Moordown has dedicated the past year to travelling around the the UK and Europe visiting different filming locations for Doctor Who. Tom Davies, nine, who runs a blog called Project Indigo, has been to locations in Italy, Wales and across the UK following in the Doctor's footsteps.


  16. Steven Moffat on strong women and the idea of a 'macho' DoctorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Radio Times

    Steven Moffat has been talking, as he often does, about Doctor Who. This time he has been talking about Doctor Who at a BAFTA event in New York, to celebrate 10 years of nuWho.


  17. Bertie Carvel's TV CVRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Radio Times

    Bertie Carvel appears with Eddie Marsan in BBC1's lavish new Sunday-night period drama Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, playing a young magician with big ambitions but where might you have seen his face before? After early appearances in the Stephen Hawking TV movie with Benedict Cumberbatch, a Beethoven mini-series and as a soldier in ITV's Bombshell, Carvel popped up in a 2007 episode of Doctor Who as "Mysterious Man", an ambiguous figure who works for The Master and warns companion Martha Jones's mother against her daughter's relationship with the Doctor.


  18. Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl Trailers: DC's TV Universe is More FunRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Film School Rejects

    ... reunites several characters from the supporting casts of both shows and introduces a few fresh faces: I love the Doctor Who vibe that I'm getting from this show and not just because of the time travel element or the fact that Arthur Darvill, shown ...


  19. CW Trailer For DC's Atom/Hawkgirl/Firestorm/Canary Team-Up Series Legends of TomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Ain't It Cool News

    They gave time-traveler Rip Hunter a British accent, just like Doctor Who! And this would appear to confirm that Caity Lotz is playing the same character give or take a resurrection she played in "Arrow." The new series "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" hits The CW at midseason, and rounds up a truckload of classic DC heroes and villains: Reprising their roles from "The Flash": Victor Garber as Martin "Firestorm" Stein; Wentworth Miller as Leonard "Captain Cold" Snart; and Dominic Purcell as Mick "Heatwave" Rory.


  20. Doctor Who: Couple stage unique wedding themed on hit showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Fleet News and Mail

    Archbishop Justin Welby will join the congregation on Sunday for a public service followed by the baptism of his second grandchild Homegrown talent Jordan Roberts has attracted the interest of at least two Football League clubs after making 100 appearances for Aldershot Town A slip of the tongue by a presenter on ITV's Good Morning Britain while broadcasting in Aldershot caused a stir. WARNING: CONTAINS LANGUAGE SOME MAY FIND OFFENSIVE An Aldershot couple didn't just travel down the aisle together but also attempted to go through time and space with their Doctor Who -themed wedding.