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Captain Jack Meets Doctor 11?

John Barrowman is interviewed in the print version of showbusiness publication The Stage this week – and their website has kindly printed a small portion of interest to fans of Doctor Who. The full interview appears in the issue dated October 1st – in it, John Barrowman talks about Torchwood Series 4, future appearances for…

Blind Love for Tom

“Their unswerving loyalty. Their good taste. Their BLIND LOVE.” Apparently, this is what makes Doctor Who fans different – so says Tom Baker, and who are we to argue? Speaking to the BBC about his comeback in the Hornet’s Nest series, Tom – who originally played the Doctor from 1974-1981 also revealed why he said…

More Lisa Bowerman

We have more from Bernice Summerfield actress Lisa Bowerman on Kasterborous this evening as we conclude our interview with one of the most interesting Doctor Who related people we’ve had the pleasure of featuring. Lisa gives her verdict on Matt Smith, the current state of television drama as well as a bit of an insight…

The Day of the Troll

October 8th sees a new Doctor Who release from BBC Audiobooks – David Tennant reading Simon Messingham’s The Day of the Troll! David Tennant narrations are few and far between – so this one is certainly something for fans of the Tenth Doctor! When the Doctor arrives on Earth in the far future, he is…

More From Richard Curtis

Richard Curtis recently spoke to the BBC about his work on a Doctor Who script for the 2010 series of the show that sees Matt Smith Eleventh Doctor take Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond on a spin through time and space Curtis – the United Kingdom’s most successful movie screenwriter – reveals little about the plot…

Ray Brooks’ Autobiography

A key piece of casting to the 1966 Doctor Who movie Daleks’ Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D was young British character actor Ray Brooks who played David Campbell in the movie – and the actor is releasing his autobiography. Having also appeared in EastEnders from 2005-2007 as well as countless other roles including the voice of…

Village of the Daleks

North Yorkshire seaside village Mablethorpe was rather horribly described as the “Village of the Daleks” (due to the perceived number of mobility scooters) in a Guardian article earlier in the summer – and one local businessman has taken particular umbrage with this tasteless reference to Doctor Who’s greatest enemies. Local paper The Louth Leader has…

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