On Sunday 29 September, David Tennant will be joined live on stage in London by his friend and former co-star Catherine Tate, when the BFI screens The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End, the stunning two-part season finale from 2008 featuring Davros and the Daleks.
The hugely popular Tennant has of course just reprised the role of the tenth Doctor for the forthcoming 50th anniversary special (BBC1 November). Catherine Tate played the fabulously gobby Donna Noble in many episodes between 2006 and 2010.
via Radio Times:
It’s now just under two weeks away, but RadioTimes.com is pleased to announce the four guests who’ll be attending the screening of Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways – the story chosen by the British Film Institute to celebrate the ninth Doctor, Christopher Eccleston.
Our friends at the BFI have just confirmed the guests as:
Phil Collinson, (producer 2005-2008), Bruno Langley, who played Adam Mitchell in Dalek and The Long Game, director Joe Ahearne, and Dave Houghton, who served as visual effects supervisor on more than 60 episodes between 2005 and 2010.
Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways will be screened at the BFI in London on Saturday 24 August at 2pm.
Also in attendance, however, were Anneke Wills (1960s companion Polly), and Brian and Sadie Miller, husband and daughter of Elisabeth Sladen, who died almost exactly two years ago. Before her latterday success with The Sarah Jane Adventures, Sladen was a key figure in the Tom Baker period and, as a tribute, a clip was played of her in buoyant form at a BFI event from 2010.
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Matt and Jenna at the Doctor Who Season 7 part two screening
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Matt, Karen, and Arthur at yesterday’s BFI screening of Asylum of the Daleks.
Doctor Who's Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill have arrived on the red carpet for the first official screening of the show’s seventh series premiere at London’s BFI Southbank.