The revived Doctor Who won three awards at last night’s National TV Awards ceremony. The programme won “most popular drama” and Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper won “most popular actor” and “most popular actress” respectively. I first found out about this by reading The Sun‘s version of the story over someone’s shoulder on the tube… Continue reading Doctor Who Wins National TV Awards
I was in Brighton over the weekend (for reasons I’ll write more about later) and whilst I was there I took the opportunity to visit the new Doctor Who exhibition. It was a bit over-priced for what it was (£6 each!) but it was nice to see a number of the props from the new… Continue reading Who’s On Brighton Pier
Ex-Doctor Who companion Sarah Jane Smith will return in the new series of the sci-fi show, it was revealed as the Doctor’s new costume was unveiled. Popular 1970s character Sarah Jane, played by Elisabeth Sladen, will join new Doctor Who actor David Tennant. From the BBC site, so it must be true.
Some thoughts on the final episode of the new series of Doctor Who. In general I’ve really enjoyed this series. Most of the stories have worked well and I think that Eccleston was a great choice to play the Doctor. Bizarrely, the stories that I have liked least (“Father’s Day” and “Dalek”) have been the… Continue reading The Parting of the Ways