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Tommy Mockers!

[singlepic=52,320,240,,right]Delighted to say that Mock the Week is back on Thursday! That’s right, the funniest man in Ireland Dara O’Braian and his teams return with the usual irreverent look at the weeks’ news. For newcomers – it’s a sort of Have I Got News For You mixed with Whose Line Is It Anyway?, recorded in…

New Series Vanilla Releases

Series 4 is coming to a close so we just thought we would remind you of the imminent releases of the Series 4 Vanillas for those that want to rerun this years experience and cannot wait for the box-set. Series 4 Volume 1 has already hit shops and features David Tennant as The Doctor and…

Journey’s End Buildup

It’s official – the country has gone Doctor Who mad! Freema Agyeman revealed on BBC television yesterday that keeping the secrets of Journey’s End under wraps has seen her politely refuse to share the ending with anybody, despite their best attempts. She descrived it as "The secret of all secrets… lots of texts and people…

RTD: No More Scripts

Russell T Davies has signalled his intention to quit writing for Doctor Who once Steven Moffat takes over in 2010. Replying to an online Questions & Answer session on the BBC News site, the outgoing Executive Producer – who remains in charge for the series of specials in 2009 – revealed that he wasn’t in…

Designing Davros

There’s a superb article on the Daily Telegraph website on the development of Doctor Who’s returning villain, the despicable, despoticly deranged Davros (aka Dave Ross). Designed by Peter McKinstry and built by Neill Gorton, the new Davros is light years away from the solid rubber mask of the 1970s and 1980s that covered the faces…

Deadpan-Off

You’re in a room. On one side is Jack Dee with his grumpy deadpad repartee. On the other is American deadpan absurdist Steven Wright. Each is virtually unheard of outside their native territories, yet both are immensely funny. They also have an obvious similarity in their delivery. Of course Jack Dee is never going to…

The Stolen Earth

Christian Cawley returns to the review pages to tell of a Doctor Who series greatly transformed since the events of Partners in Crime… Doctor Who season 30 has been a strange beast; a weak opening (Partners in Crime), a woefully used returning Sontaran force (The Sontaran Stragem/The Poison Sky) and an odd episode of the…

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