Find out what dangers await the Survivors in the next episode of the re-imaged BBC drama series, based on the novelisation of the 1970s series by Terry Nation. Episode Three BBC One, Tuesday 2nd December. 9pm Abby stumbles across a community that could hold the key to everyone’s future, as Adrian Hodges’s re-imagining of the classic Seventies BBC drama series, based on the novel by Terry
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The dark series starring Martin Shaw as a priest continues on BBC One. Episode Four BBC One, Thursday 4th December. 9pm. Father Jacob is called to a woman’s health clinic where supernatural forces seem to be at work, as the drama continues. Sister Ruth is concerned about his involvement. Jacob passes a group of disabled rights protestors outside. One of these protestors later approaches Michael
Speculation will now the rife over who will the cast to play the Doctor following David Tennant’s announcement, last night at the National Television Awards, that he’s to step down from the role following next year’s specials. We throw a few names into the ring as to who we think could make a good 11th Doctor and we’re not ruling of the possibility of a female Doctor. Russell Tovey:
So its official, David Tennant will only be doing next year’s specials and after that he’s handing over the keys to the Tardis to someone else. Just who that may be isn’t known yet, and may not be for some time, but there’s a long history of Doctors regenerating into another. The show keeps going and going and here we take a look back at the previous actors to play
Following David Tennant’s announcement last night that he will not be starring in the fifth season of Doctor Who, which will air in 2010, the BBC has released a statement about his departure from the series. David Tennant has announced that he will leave the award winning BBC One drama Doctor Who when he has completed the filming of four special episodes which will be screened in 2009
The BBC confirm it is all change for their big science fiction series.
Star Trek actor William Shatner has attacked his co-star, George Takei, for not inviting him to his wedding.
Current Who writer Steven Moffat is to replace Doctor Who exec Russell T Davis the BBC confirmed today. Moffat, who is credited by some fans as writing some of the best Who episodes in the re-vamped series, will take over in 2010, after Davies rounds up his run in charge with a number of special episodes in 2009. Davies has over seen the revived series since its return to BBC
If you thought the Second Season of Battlestar Galactica was shocking you ain’t seen nothing yet! Although details of the upcoming third season are being kept under wraps it looks set to be much bigger than anything we’ve seen before.
Russell T.Davies has confirmed that the Doctor won’t be having any more otherworld adventures. The producer claims that budget restrictions prevent the show from visiting other worlds.