Friday, 30 April 2010

Flesh and Stone Clips (Three in One)

More Episode tiltes

Bit late I know! With all this Fanfic ive been falling behind anyway new titles are Cold Blood which is Episode 9 and Vincent and the Doctor which is episode 10. Cold Blood  is the second part of a two part story the first titled The Hungry Earth which was revealed the other day. Cold Blood is written by Chris Chibnall and Vincent and The Doctor is by Richard Curtis.

Thursday, 29 April 2010

With the election in sight Gordon Brown calls on a old friend...

Created by Me Mr Dalek!

Knocked up!

In the seventh episode of the series Amy's Choice Amy is set to get pregnant! This happens five years  into the future from when the Doctor and Amy started on their travels in the Tardis so quite a bit has changed you can assume. Rory's even got a ponytail (thats just wrong)! But whos the daddy is it Rory or a alien like the Nostrovite in Torchwood's Something Borrowed. I read somewhere it may even be The Doctors! I hope not i think that would ruin the character of The Doctor for me. The enemy for the story is supposed to be The Dream Lord so is it all a dream?.... That would be the worst ending to a story if it is!

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Did You Know?

Phil Ford's original draft before coming up with the Waters of Mars  was called "A Midwinter's Tale", a sword and sorcery tale about an alien princess coming to Earth to be married. It ended with a long chase sequence in secret tunnels beneath Buckingham Palace!

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Victory of the Daleks BARB ratings

Victory of the Daleks BARB figures:
Final figures for Victory of the Daleks have been released by the BARB and show that the  story was watched by 7.82 million viewers.The total is over 1.5 million higher than the overnight figures for the episode.The overnights were 6.2m but after adding up we have the final figure.Id expect a Dalek story to have more viewers but there we go.

Monday, 26 April 2010

The Weeping Angels master plan!

Created by Me Mr Dalek!

Episode 8 title revealed!

The title of Episode 8 in Series 5 has been finnaly revealed in  Doctor Who Magazine which is out this Thursday. The Hungry Earth is the first part of a two part story which sees the return of the Silurians and is written by Chris Chibnall. I wonder if theres more inside? DWM 421 is out Thursday.

Sunday, 25 April 2010

The Time Of Angels Review *** ( 3 stars)

Best bit: The Angel using sacred/scared Bob to talk to the Doctor. "They snapped my neck Sir.."
Worst bit: The cliffhanger isnt the usual "How are they going to get out of this?" type were used to.
Best Character: River Song. Ive warmed to her but she has a dark secret I can tell.
Line of the episode: The Doctor: Yeah? Well, it's boring now, isn't it? They're boring-ers! Blue boring-ers!

From Daleks to another familiar foe The Weeping Angels and what a first part. I liked it so you may wonder why I gave it 3 stars? Well its a first part and if the second part is as good ill give it a 5 but until then its a 3. So the story itself reintroduced us to the Weeping angels and River Song and for once everything wasnt crammed in.The story built up the tension nicely not revealing to much and not to little. The catacombs were a good move creating a beautifully creepy atmosphere that fitted the Angel perfectly. The Doctor got to have a bit of fun with the arguing with River and they seem like a old married couple.Im not to sure about the Angels new powers they seem a bit strange but they are still very freaky. Theres not much else to say as this is a two part story but if the Moff can sustain the tension in the next episode then im sure it will be a Blink beater.Until next time bye sweeties.....

The Time Of Angels Overnight ratings

Overnight viewing figures show that The Time of Angels was watched by 6.8million.6.5million tuned into BBC One, and an additional 0.3million tuned on on the BBC HD channel to see the return of The Weeping Angels.The episode had a 36.7% share of the total television audience, making it the 2nd most watched programme of the day second too Britains Got Talent. The official figures will be released soon and posted on this blog.

Norton returns! *Update*

 It was tense, dark and scary and the cliffhanger was building up. But then a cartoon irish talent show host and comedian Graham Norton popped telling us Over the rainbow a "talent" show hosted by him is up next! On twitter the legendary Charlie Brooker wrote:

"Why don’t the BBC just wipe s*** all over the screen during the final scene of Dr. Who next week? I hope Moffat is bellowing down a phone to someone right now."

"I hope they trail the news with an animated George Alagiah in the final scene of Over the Rainbow."

Norton first intruded on Doctor who during the episode Rose when crossed wires resulted in a audio feed of his BBC Three programme being transmitted across the first episode of the relaunched Doctor Who series. I have to say i didnt notice it! It either didnt come up in Wales or I was too immersed in the drama. I do remember him interupting Rose though.You could complain to the BBC or contact Points Of View were lots of angry people like to complain.

*Update* The BBC have apologised and issued this statement:
The BBC often promotes programmes in this way but the corporation has acknowledged that in this case the scheduling was inappropriate. A BBC spokesman said: "We apologise for the timing of Saturday night's trail."
 Do we forgive them now? 

Saturday, 24 April 2010

Flesh and Stone Next Time

The Time Of Angels Tonight!

This week sees the return of a few old faces the glamourous River Song and the dreaded Weeping Angels in a special two part adventure. I hate waiting for the second part so I hope this episode gives alot of good moments instead of saving them all for part two. Anyway tune in tonight at 6:20pm on BBC1 for Byzantium, statues, Alfava Metraxis, 1940’s outfits and of course a lovely cliffhanger! Dont forget Confidential straight after on BBC Three and my review for this episode will be up tommoro!

Did you know?

The loud screeching sound made by the 456 creature in Torchwood: Children of Earth was previously used by The Swarm in the Planet of the Dead.

Free Doctor Who BBC audio CDs

 Starting Saturday, April 24, claim free Doctor Who stories on CD, only with the Telegraph.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD inside on Saturday, April 24
The Runaway Train - An original story, read by Matt Smith.
Arriving on Earth in the midst of the American Civil War, the Doctor and Amy must get a posse together to help them retrieve an alien artefact. The duo are chased across the Wild West by the alien race, their only hope of escape catching the 3.25 to Arizona.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD inside on Sunday, April 25
Pest Control - Part One. An original BBC audiobooks story, read by David Tennant.
The Doctor and Donna face monstrous insects and a ruthless robot exterminator in this thrilling story and the TARDIS is lost in battle on a distant planet.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD with The Daily Telegraph on Monday, April 26
Pest Control - Part Two. An original BBC audiobooks story, read by David Tennant.
The Doctor and Donna face monstrous insects and a ruthless robot exterminator and the TARDIS is lost in battle on a distant planet in this thrilling story.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD with The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday, April 27
Slipback - Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant and Valentine Dyall star in this BBC Radio 4 adventure from 1985.
The Doctor and Peri board an alien craft which the TARDIS has materialised inside, to investigate time experimentation. Which turns out not to be the only illegal activity onboard.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD with The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday, April 28
Exploration Earth - Tom Baker and Sarah Jane Smith star in this special BBC School Radio episode from 1976.
The Doctor and Sarah witness the Earth's development. But, as the Earth evolves from a mass of heat and gas, Megron the High Lord of Chaos has his own designs on our homeworld.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday, April 29
Geneisis of the Daleks - Tom Baker narrates an abridged audio version of the 1975 television adventure.
The Doctor, Sarah and Harry are sent to Skaro, where crippled scientist Davros has created protective casings for the genetic mutations with his race will become as a result of the 1,000-year war of attrition between the Kaleds and the Thals.
Free Doctor Who BBC audio CD with The Daily Telegraph on Friday, April 30
Mission on the Unknown - The soundtrack to a Doctor Who adventure from 1965, but which famously does not feature the Doctor himself, with linking narration by Peter Purves.
In this one-off prelude to The Daleks' Master Plan, can Special Space Service Agent Marc Cory survive the vegatation on the planet Kembel and prevent the Daleks' plans for galactic domination? 

From Monday you must claim your CD from WH Smiths with a token supplied or collect tokens and send off for a pack. The five CDs span the decades, featuring two further Doctors and the Doctor's arch enemy, the Daleks. Cant resist a freebie!

Doctor Who Sticker Collection 2010

With 260 stickers to collect featuring all of the 2009 specials plus the first four episodes of the brand new series, this collection is a must have for any Doctor Who fan. Packed full with all the gadgets and aliens that the Doctor encounters, experience the galaxy as you have never seen it before. The album also comes with a super A2 sticker wall chart featuring brand new characters from the new series. The only thing left for you to do is to step inside the TARDIS and enjoy the ride.These will be available sometime in May.

Friday, 23 April 2010

Did you know?

The episode Fear Her replaced a episode that was written  by actor and writer Stephen Fry after Russel T Davies thought it was too complex and would fit better in Series 3 (It was never made in the end).

Thursday, 22 April 2010

The Time of Angels Clips

The Doctor Who Proms return

The 2010 Proms season will include another Doctor Who Prom, this time receiving two outings on Saturday 24 July and Sunday 25 July, The Doctor, Matt Smith, and his companion Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) will host.Tickets will go on sale online, by telephone and in person on Tuesday 4 May at 8.00am. The 2008 Doctor who proms were succesful so Im sure this one will be no diffrent.Visit the proms site here.

BBC confirm the first Adventure Game details.

 The BBC has today released the title and plot details for the first instalment of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games.

The TARDIS materializes in 1963 - and London is in ruins. The Daleks have seized control of time and the only chance of saving Earth lies in a desperate quest to Skaro, the Daleks' home planet - before time catches up with Amy, the last survivor of the human race! 

Co-writer Phil Ford, said: 
“This is quite a series opener. We destroy London even before the credits role – so you can only begin to imagine where we travel to from there. City of the Daleks is as big-budget as you can imagine: from London we head to Kaalann, the capital city of the Daleks, one constructed from pure anger and hate. And these new Daleks don’t like to be messed with, so players are about to enjoy a new interactive episode which is as heart-pulsing as anything you’ve seen before.”

City of the Daleks will be available to download from the official Doctor Who website from 5th June. Here is the clip that was shown after Victory Of the Daleks on Saturday that i forgot to post:

Fox pull out of American Torchwood

The Fox network that was going to produce American version of the Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood have withdrawn.

BBC Worldwide have released this statement:
BBC Worldwide Productions and the FOX Broadcasting Company have mutually agreed not to progress together with a 13-episode serialized 'Torchwood' format. We are currently in discussion with several interested networks.

The news of a US Torchwood was first reported in January this year.Tranter who would have acted as executive producers said that despite the withdrawal of Fox from the project, it is "still very much ongoing and very much alive." 

I think the idea of a American Torchwood was a bad one anyway, theres only one team Torchwood  and so they should concentrate on the one we have now!

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Did you know?

In a earlier draft of The Stolen Earth  the scene with the Shadow Proclamation, was originally planned to show many more aliens old and new including:
Raxacoricofallapatorians with a child. This child was originally conceived as Margaret following her regression to an egg,a baby Adipose and very big adult one, Scholars of the University of Rago Rago 56 Rago, Krillitane, Hath, Gelth-like species, Mondas Cybermen, Sycorax, Alonso Frame working as a Shadow Soldier, Isolus, Graske and Kroton.

    Tuesday, 20 April 2010

    The Eleventh Hour and the Beast Below BARB Final ratings

    The Eleventh Hour BARB Figures:
    BARB have released the finalized viewing figures for The Eleventh Hour, revealing that the Series 5 opener was watched by an official audience of 10.8million. The overnight ratings for the episode were just  8.3m million viewers but after adding up we have the final figure.

    The Beast Below BARB Figures:
     BARB have released the finalized ratings for The Beast Below, revealing that Series 5’s second episode was watched by an official audience of 8.42million. The overnight figures for the episode were a low 6.4million but after adding up we have the final figures.

    The Guide: Food and Beverages

    Kronkburger (DW: The Long Game)
    The Kronkburger was a item that was sold on Satellite Five in the year 200,000, .It was sold ungarnished or with cheese or pajato.

    Bubble Shock! (SJA:Invasion of the Bane)
    Bubble shock was used by the Bane to control the human race and was disguised as a soft drink.It contained secretions from The Bane mother than allowed the bane to control the drinker.With the death of the Bane Mother, however, the drink apparently lost its power.

    Jammy Dodgers (DW: Victory of the Daleks)
    Jammy Dodgers are biscuits  filled with jam. The Doctor fooled the Daleks into thinking one was a self-destruct button for the TARDIS. Upon finding out that The Doctor was lying he ate  the whole thing!

    Hypervodka (DW: Mentioned in The Doctor Dances)
    This cocktail was favoured by Jack Harkness.Jack Harkness ordered four Hypervodkas when he was sentenced to death and woke up the next morning with both his executioners. Oh sure blame it on the drink Captain!

    Ants in Honey (DW: The Fires Of Pompeii)
    Ants in Honey was a food commonly eaten in Rome. Lucius Caecilius Iucundus ordered some Ants in Honey with a Doormouse another popular Roman Empire delicacy.

    Monday, 19 April 2010

    Did you know?

    The scene in  which  The Master is  singing along to "I Can't Decide" from The Scissor Sisters album Ta-Dah in Last Of the Timelords is absent from the iTunes version of the episode (likely for music licensing reasons).The episode is also cut between the opening credits and the "One year later" subtitle on the iTunes version, for unknown reasons.

    Matt Smith to star in The Sarah Jane Adventures

     Matt Smith will follow in David Tennants footsteps as he will star in The Sarah Jane Adventures, the BBC has announced.

    In the two-part story, The Doctor will be reunited with Sarah Jane and companion to The Third Doctor Jo Grant.Russell T Davies, executive producer on Sarah Jane and former Doctor Who showrunner will write the episode.

     Russell talks of the episode:
    "It's a fantastic script and I can't wait to work with another Doctor and hope Matt has fun with us," said Sladen. "I've known Katy for ages and I am delighted to be working with her. I last met her in LA but this time we will be in Cardiff. LA was good but Cardiff is better."

    Jo Grant actress Katy Manning has said:
    "Playing Jo Grant again is something I never really considered. I was gobsmacked when they told me and I am over the moon. What an incredible little treat. I come home [to the UK] and this is one of the first things that happens."

    Nikki Wilson, co-executive producer on the series said: 
    "Viewers are in for a real treat, with an action-packed story, full of Russell's usual wit and warmth, which takes the gang inside a secret base beneath Snowdon and introduces brand new vulture aliens, the mysterious Shansheeth. All this, plus a trip to an alien planet - a first for The Sarah Jane Adventures."

    Other guest stars for the fourth series will include Laila Rouass (Primeval), Cheryl Campbell and Harry Potter's David Bradley as the voice of the Shansheeth.One thing I want to know is what about Amy Pond?

    Sunday, 18 April 2010

    New look site!

    The sites had a makeover you may have noticed. The human you call Who has had a terrible accident so now I Mr Dalek will take over! The site will be mostly the same with a few new features here and there for you to look forward too. So enjoy and continue to visit or you may end up like old Who and have a very serious accident....

    Victory of The Daleks Review *** 1/2 (3 and a Half Stars)

    Best bit: The Daleks pretending to be all nice.Just brilliant!
    Worst bit: Not seeing the new Daleks in action much.
    Best Character: Winston Churchill .Oh yes!
    Line of the episode: Amy: Oi! Churchill! Tardis keys. The ones you just took from the Doctor.
    After last weeks episode that left some feeling as though they had Deja-Vu last nights episode brought us something completely new! New Daleks, new writer (for this series) and a original plot. So the Story was geared up to introduce new primary colour Daleks that some may like others dont. I actually really like them just give them time to grow on you. I felt as though the last 15 minuites could have been used a bit better instead of them being padded out with Bracewell getting de-activated and a little more air time for the daleks was needed. This is forgiven  because of the presence of the fabulous Winston Churchill played by Ian Mcneice. Him and Matt had a good on screen friendship and its fun to think of The Doctor and Winston meeting in the past. This is easily the best Dalek episode since Doomsday and the best of the series so far. Amy once again steps in and saves everyone and another scottish mention or person ( ok scotland is great already!) needs to be changed a bit to keep the plots fresh though the scottish thing is just me being nitpicky. Another crack sighting and how come Amy dosent know about the Daleks? She couldnt have missed them surely.Until next week Keep Buggering on! Can you say bugger at teatime?

    Victory of the Daleks Overnight ratings

    Overnight viewing figures for, Victory of The Daleks have revealed that it has achieved 6.2m viewers and a 32.7 share of the audience and 231,000 watched it on the HD channel. This is a drop in the ratings yet again but this is before all the recordings etc have been added up so im sure we will be close to 8 milion when the BARB releas the final figures.

    The Time of Angels Next time

    Saturday, 17 April 2010

    Victory Of The Daleks Tonight!

     After last weeks okay episode I think we may be back on track with The Daleks meeting The New Doctor for the first time. So here it is your third episode of the series which will have new colour Daleks, jammie dodgers, tea, spitfires, Churchill oh and a Victory! Tune in to BBC1 at 6:30pm for all this Whoness!And dont forget conifdential on BBC3 afterwards.

    This dosent happen to The Doctor!

    Ive been trying to get my hands on a Series 5 Sonic Screwdriver for two weeks now to go with my Series 5 Crash set. While browesing the online stores i found out that the people who are lucky enough to get one are having problems with them. On Amazon UK the popular online shopping store a few reviewers have encountered problems with the sound amongst other things. 

    One reviewer said:
    This a great toy/replica and the sliding machanism seems very sturdy (which I wasn't expecting). However, only after having it two days the sound has stopped working - it literally stopped "mid-buzz". A change of batteries has not fixed it either. Looks like there is a real flaw with the electronics.....

    Another wrote: 
    Had 3 of these in the space of 24 hours and each one had, or quickly developed, a fault. Either the light packs in, the sound goes or both give up. Because the batteries supplied are for demo, people seem to think it is a battery fault - it is not! Changing the batteries makes no difference. 

    Though one person hasnt encountered any problems yet:
    I've seen your reviews and seen that there are loads of faults for your sonic screwdrivers so far ive had no problems at all apart from getting the batteries in that was a nightmare but it sounds works perfectly

     Maybe there might just be a problem with this batch being sold on Amazon although some have had little problems on My advice wait a little or buy them in a shop so they are easily returnable.Have you had any problems let me know and ill post your problem :)

    Doctor Who Series 5 Volume 1 DVD and Blue Ray Artwork


    Brand New Doctor! Exciting New Adventures! 
    Matt Smith is the new Doctor, mercurial & energetic. Karen Gillan is Amy Pond the Doctor's new smart &; sassy assistant.

    Volume 1 of the highly anticipated brand new series, contains the first 3 episodes, including the hour long premiere episode, and promises more adventures and travels through time, with the 11th Doctor and his new companion...  

    Episodes Comprise:
    1. The Eleventh Hour
    2. The Beast Below
    3. Victory Of The Daleks

    The Monster Diaries - Produced by the team behind BBC3's hugely popular Doctor Who Confidential series, the Monster Files will get under the skin and inside the minds of the latest Doctor's most challenging opponents. With previously unseen footage and exclusive comments from cast and crew, the Monster Files take fans old and new even further behind enemy lines.
     Released on 07/06/2010

    Friday, 16 April 2010

    Doctor Who on You Have Been Watching

     Yesterday one of my favourite shows returned to Channel 4. You Have Been Watching with Charlie Brooker takes the mickey out of the weeks televsion think of it as a rude TV Burp with more comedians. First up for Charlie to rip into was Doctor Who. He actually wasnt saying anything bad about it and seems to like our new Doctor.The best bit is the Masterschef segment.Watch it here.

    Thursday, 15 April 2010

    How many lives does a Timelord have?

     Its a question we have all wanted to know the answer too and we might just get one this series.It was thought to be 12 lives but we dont actually know for sure.

    Speaking to Sci fi site Newsarama Moffats says:
     “It’s been addressed in a very, very cheeky way by an old friend of mine and I’m not going to tell you any more about that, wait and see.”

    Also Matt Smith had this to say about the series Arc:
    Smith told the crowd it’s seen in the very first episode. “Albeit, not in the most conventional form. You’re going to have to think about it and find out what it is, but it’s in there,” he said. “And that’s the one, that’s what takes us through the whole series and my god, it’s bad.”

    Lets hope this isnt all the same waffle Russel T Davies gave us during his era hyping it up and  turning out to be not that good in the end. Im sure it will be brilliant!  Thanks to Whoviannet for alerting me to this :) The whole interview thingy is here.

    Did you know?

    The original title for Part 1 was The Final Days of Planet Earth, and was in fact the title when Davies teased readers of Doctor Who Magazine with the statement that the title was six words long but later, he decided to give the title The End of Time to both specials.

    Flesh and Stone Preview 1/5/10

    The Doctor - Matt Smith
    Amy Pond - Karen Gillan
    Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill
    River Song - Alex Kingston 
    There’s no way back, no way up and no way out. Trapped among an army of Weeping Angels, the Doctor and his friends must try to escape through the wreckage of a crashed space liner.Meanwhile, in the forest vault, the Doctor’s companion, Amy Pond, finds herself facing an even more deadly attack.

    Info and Rumours:
    1. Rory will join the Tardis crew at the end of the episode.
    2.There may be more than just Weeping Angels causing trouble for The Doctor.
    3.Steven Moffats son was responsible for the title of this episode.
    4. When filming there were scenes in a quarry that where shot at night with explosions.
    5.There was a "blob" monster at the puzzlewood site (green and red).

    Victory of The Daleks Clips (Three in one video)

    Tuesday, 13 April 2010

    Gareth David Lloyd pens Torchwood comic

     Ianto Jones actor Gareth David-Lloyd has written a new comic for the new issue of Torchwood Magazine #21.

    David-Lloyd’s character, Ianto Jones, who died in Captain Jack’s arms in the recent Torchwood five-part series Children of Earth,’ gets a new lease of life and takes centre stage once again in this exclusive comic strip - a move that will delight all fans of the critically acclaimed Doctor Who spin-off.

    Talking exclusively to the official Torchwood magazine, David-Lloyd said, "I feel I know this character implicitly. The narrative of this comic focuses predominantly on Ianto, and integrates a number of characters who have been missed by Torchwood'’s ardent followers."

    The story, titled Shrouded, is made up of two parts and is as diverse as it is thrilling. Ianto, who struggles with his tumultuous feelings for Captain Jack from the offset, has his world turned upside-down by the visit of a familiar face from the future. Additionally, he is set a mission that could alter the course of life, as he knows it, forever...
    Grab this issue on the 15th of April  aswell as lots of extra stuff like interviews, news and episode guides!

    So The Daleks have got a makeover?

     There Daleks but not as we know them! The new design will feature in Saturday nights episode Victory Of The Daleks written by Mark Gatiss. There appears to be four new colous red, blue, yellow and white aswell as the kakhi army Daleks.The middle sction is a bit chunkier and the eye stalk has changed a little.What do you think of the new look?

    Monday, 12 April 2010

    Radio Times Vote Dalek!

    Tommoro the new issue of the popular TV listings magazine The Radio Times goes on sale and as usual theres a lot of Who-ey ness!

    The Doctor's worst enemy is back in this week's episode of Doctor Who (Saturdays, BBC1, BBC HD)!

    In the latest issue of Radio Times, available with three collectable covers, we publish exclusive pictures of the new coloured Daleks, and Who writer Mark Gatiss explains his - and our - fascination with the metal monsters . See all the covers here.

    Did you know?

    In a episode of  Torchwood Declassified for Children Of Earth  Russell T Davies suggests that, since they are played by the same actor Peter Capaldi, Frobisher may be a descendant of Lucius Caecilius Iucundus from The Fires Of Pompeii.

    The Guide: The Jagrafess

      Name: The Mighty Jagrafess of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe 
      Also known as:  Max,The Jagrafess 
      Home Planet: Jagrafessfold Breeding Grounds
      Home Era: 200,000
      Appearances: DW: The Long Game

      The Jagrafess was an ancient, enormous, grey-skinned monster which contains a huge amount of heat, fat, muscle and water, that needed to stay cool in order to remain alive. It was placed in charge of the ersatz Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire when it was first formed, in the year 199,909. Outside of its home planet, only a giant facility such as Satellite Five could produce enough cold air to sustain its life. If no cold air is supplied, the Jagrafess would overheat and explode!The Ninth Doctor discovered that the Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire was being controlled by the Jagrafess in  via the news-broadcasting space station Satellite Five, located in Earth orbit.The Jagrafess could not operate Satellite Five's controls by itself, so human called the Editor carried out its orders.

      1.The Jagrafess was part of the Daleks master plan which a stratagem spanning several hundred years. After its death, the Daleks went on to other stratagems and renamed the Satellite the Game Station.
      2. Rose mentioned The Jagrafess when trying to ward off the Sycorax and trying to get them to leave the earth but it didnt have the desired effect.

      Victory Of The Daleks TV Trailer

      Sunday, 11 April 2010

      The Beast Below Review *** 1/2 (Three and a Half Stars)

      Best bit: The Star Whale  flying the people of Starship UK through space because it wanted too. Awwww...
      Worst bit:The Smiler/Humans what was the point of that?
      Best Character: Liz Ten! "I'm the bloody queen mate!" 
      Line of the episode: The Doctor: Sorry, checking all the water in this area; there's an escaped fish.

       So we're off and straight into the action with a trip into the far future on board the Starship UK. My rating may seem a bit low but i gave last weeks four stars and i didnt think it was as good so thats why. Anyway first off the story and basically its a bit like Torchwood's Meat crossed with Doctor Who's Gridlock. In Meat some dodgy butchers were using a space whale as a food product and selling it off and a simular theme in The Beast Below was the Star Whale being used for human needs.The Gridlock connection is just the beast being hidden like the Macra and lots of people oblivious to whats going on. Also i got a feeling of Planet Of the Ood with the whole brain buisness and the sound the beast was making. I mean it was a good story but i think there were a few missed oportunities like futher exploration of the ship and a few more action scenes. Now onto characters and Liz Ten was brilliant! I also liked the little girl helping The Doctor and Amy and it seems to be a bit of a theme to the series. The Smilers were seriously underused and they werent as scary as they could have been. The Star Whale was the highlight for me. I felt sad  for it and we hadnt even seen it properly at that stage. I thought it ws brilliant the parallels between it and The Doctor helping people in need. A nice ending with Amy truly understanding The Doctor better than any other companion and another crack ( not that kind of crack ) sighting! So next week the daleks are back and its going to be brilliant! Until then GERONIMOOOOO (Told you i'd get a catchphrase i know its The Doctors but too bad its mine now!)

      The Beast Below Overnight ratings

      Last night’s broadcast of The Beast Below was watched on BBC One by an audience of 6.4million, with an additional 330,000 tuning in in HD.When the figures are added together, the episode has an overnight rating of around 6.7million, making it the most watched programme of the day with an audience share of 34%. Final BARB figures will be released later this month. A bit if a drop in ratings maybe it was the good weather? Source

      Victory Of The Daleks Next Time...

      Saturday, 10 April 2010

      The Beast Below Tonight!

       Feels wierd having another episode after last years specials year! so here it is the second episode the Beast Below and i think its going to be much better than last weeks and that one was fab.So tune in at 6:15pm BBC1 for Smilers, Keys, Magpie electricals, a masked woman, slime and probibly a beast. Dont forget Confidential straight after too. Enjoy!

      The Doctor who Companion The Specials

      Relive David Tennants last episodes as The Doctor with this special edition DWM. Inside the special edition there’s over 100 pages of brand new and exclusive images and in-depth coverage of the acclaimed 2009/10 Specials that marked the end of David Tennant’s tenure as the Time Lord. The Doctor Who Specials Companion is set to be published on Thursday 15th April.

      Friday, 9 April 2010

      Did you know?

      David Tennants last recorded words as The Doctor were "You two, with me. Spit Spot!", which was in Part Two of The Sarah Jane Adventures story The Wedding Of Sarah Jane Smith.

      The Time Of Angels Preview 24/4/10

      The Doctor - Matt Smith
      Amy Pond - Karen Gillan
      Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill
      River Song - Alex Kingston
      Jessica Paige - Louisa Lytton 
      Christian - Mark Springer 
      Alistair - Simon Dutton
      Father Octavian - Iain Glen
      Cleric Christian - Mark Springer
      Cleric Angelo - Troy Glasgow
      Cleric Bob - David Atkins
      Cleric Pedro - Mark Monero
      Cleric Marco - Darren Morfitt
      Cleric Phillip - George Russo
      Weeping Angel - Marie McGonigle 
      Weeping Angel - Caroline Royce 
      Secruirity Guard - Mike Skinner  

      The Doctor is recruited by Father Octavian to track the last of the Angels through the terrifying Maze Of The Dead. Meanwhile, the mysterious River Song re-enters the Doctor's life – but can he trust her?

      Info and Rumours:
      1.Steven Moffat stated in a TalkTalk interview that his son - while watching the episode - said 15 minutes through the episode: "Dad, that is the single most scariest thing I've ever seen in my life!"
      2.One of the things Moffat mentioned was "the Doctor's mistake in the maze of the dead"
      3.People have said that Sally Sparrow from the episode Blink will make a come-back, but this has not yet been revealed
      4.Something very bad will happen to Amy Pond concerning her not blinking!
      5. There may be diffrent types of Weeping Angels.
      6.The Doctor may use a gun in this episode.

      Thursday, 8 April 2010

      The Sarah Jane Series 4 news

      Some new information has emerged about the next series of the Sarah Jane Adventures starting this Autumn on BBC One from the popular Sci-Fi mag SFX.

       There will be a new member joining the gang and possibly one leaving! If you have seen pictures from filming recentley then it might give you a clue.Sarah Jane and her gang will encounter new enemies, such as the Nightmare Man and the Shansheeth. Returning aliens will include Androvax from Prisoner of the Judoon  and the Slitheen/Blathereen, who will  have a smaller role to play this series (Thank God!). There'll also be a 'classic' Who character coming onto the show.Maybe The Fourth Doctor Tom Baker as some have rumoured? The Brigadier? For the first time in the series, the group will visit an alien world and the group will embark on a "dangerous journey back into history".Wilson concludes hinting to the possibility of Matt Smith meeting the SJA gang one day. I would love to see Sarah getting to grips with a new Doctor all over again. 

      Did you know?

      Jackson Lake a man who was accidentally given some of The Doctor's memories, lived at Number 15, Latimer Street like Timothy Latimer from Human Nature/Family of Blood who recived memories of The Doctor.

      Doctor who The Adventure Games

       The Doctor, Amy  are making there way to cyber space – The Adventure Games are four original “interactive episodes”, which will be made available for free from

      These four new adventures will take the form of downloadable computer games available for PC and Mac, in which players assume control of The Doctor and Amy as they embark on new adventures which complement the new TV series.

      The games are being developed by Sumo Digital, one of the UK’s best game designers. Stories and scripts are by Phil Ford (co-writer Doctor Who – Waters Of Mars) and James Moran (Severance, Torchwood Children Of Earth).

      Matt Smith and Karen Gillan have been digitally recreated in-game, and have provided full voice-overs. Music has been provided by TV series composer Murray Gold. An additional cast will portray original characters and classic enemies.

       “Children don’t just watch Doctor Who, they join in. They make up games, invent their monsters, create their own stories,” says Steven Moffat, executive producer, Doctor Who. “Now, there’s something else – now, they can be The Doctor in brand-new episodes. Doctor Who – The Adventure Games will offer fans of The Doctor a unique opportunity to enter his world, face his challenges and grapple with his deadliest foes.

      The first episode of Doctor Who – The Adventure Games will be available to download for PC and Mac from in June 2010. Its title will be revealed at a special press event on 21 April in Sheffield.