From this weekend, the UK TV channel Horror is screening episodes of classicDoctor Who—from the First Doctor to the Seventh—and have put together a beautiful animated trailer to whet appetites and generally encourage viewers.
And they’ve done such a good job you could easily use it to encourage fans of the recent series to dip a toe in classic Who waters
“Doctor Who” stars David Tennant and Billie Piper reflect on returning to the series in a bonus clip from the home video release of “The Day of the Doctor,” out Tuesday.
The clip, which was screened in theaters after showings of the 50th anniversary special, features a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the actors on the “Day of the Doctor” set.
Be a Hero and donate at http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey. Whilst investigating strange occurrences at an art gallery, the Doctor meets a familiar face…
A specially created trailer celebrating the last 50 years of Doctor Who will air tonight on BBC One, as an exclusive image is revealed today featuring the 11 Doctors.
Traveling through time fans will be taken on a journey from the very beginning using state of the art technology. The special trailer is set to show all of the Doctors as they first appeared on screen, including William Hartnell in high res colour for the very first time, as celebrations ramp up to the 23 November.
We’ll be posting the tribute trailer to this blog sometime between 3:30pm-4:00pm EDT!
Comedian and author Charlie Higson talks about his new short Doctor Who ebook The Beast of Babylon, including his childhood memories of Doctor Who, his admiration for Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor, and the massive twist in his tale of Zodiac monsters across three times and places…
The Beast of Babylon is available to pre-order:
In case you missed it:
Jenna-Louise Coleman at the GLAMOUR Awards 2013 (by glamour)
Strax delivers a field report about events that will unfold in The Name of the Doctor…
Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman reveal what they love about the epic series finale.
The ability to stream TV shows over the internet is nothing short of amazing. I occasionally just have to stop and look at the technology and go “wow” a bit. It’s so incredibly awesome that I pretty much take it for granted now.
The most popular ways to stream TV these days seem to be Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. Of the three, Netflix and Amazon Prime carry old school Doctor Who episodes. Yes, you can sit back in the comfort of your own home and watch TV shows so old they hadn’t even conceived of streaming technology at the time the shows were made.
If you’re someone who’s only seen new Who, but want to try the new, this is a great option for you. But where to start? Well, here’s a helpful list for you. These are the best stories (one for each Doctor), to stream on either Netflix, Amazon Prime, or both….