I have some really good news and some bad news for you. First the bad news is that I will most likely not be updating this blog anymore, the good news is progress has been made on a new Doctor Who blog, which I will co own with the Time lord Central owner. The reason for setting up the new blog is that me and the Time lord Central owner are finding it difficult to compete with blogs that update more than 3 posts a day, so we both decided working together would give us the chance to provide a better surface for you. I will have more news for you on this project once it becomes available.
Sorry I haven't posted any think recently; not been much 'Who' news. But we do have July's blog of the month results...
11 sites were entered into the awards, all of them being of a high standard, but only one could win. 3rd place was taken by both Children of The TARDIS and Timelord Central, 2nd by Life, The Universe and Combom and first by...
Doctor Who Fansite-Emma!
They came 3rd in May's awards and 2nd in June's and now Doctor Who Fansite Emma has bagged the gold prize- 1st! I would like to say a big thank you to all who voted and were involved and a big well done to the top 3!
(The blog will not be updated for 2 weeks, as I will be away.)
In 'The Waters Of Mars Trailer' there is a hidden clip of a women holding a baby. Since this clip was found, there has been lots of ideas to who the women in the clip is. The woman is most likely Rose and the baby is the meta crisis Doctor's. The women seems to have Blonde hair like Rose, but it could be the lighting that effects the hair colour.Why would Rose appear in 'The Waters Of Mars' and how?
I personally don't think it is Rose. I think it is Lucy Saxon's baby, becausethis would give the Master a way of returning. Some how the baby and the Master's ring from the end of series 3 work together to bring back the Master. We know LucySaxon and The Master are both returning, but how would the Master return from the dead? Could this be how he does it?
Its a cold winters night. Your fast a sleep, dreaming of the world outside your door, of space and beyond. You are suddenly woken up by a mysterious noise. You creep down your stairs, following, the the noise as it begins to fade.
Knock, knock! You ask yourself; "who is it?" You slowly pull back your door...
"Hello I'm the Doctor. I can take you to places you can only imagine in your dreams. To planets where the most beautiful creatures live, I can show you the smallest to the biggest planets and i can travel in time. Will you travel with me?"
"Erm, I ...................."
What would your answer be? I know the doctor doesn't turn up at any random door and ask the occupantweather they will travel with him, but imagine if he turned up at your door and asked you. Would you be scared or excited? Could you leave your family to travel with a stranger you have only just met and hardly know?
(Please leave a comment below and select your answer to this question in the poll on the left)
There are quite a few people who think that Harriot Jones, former Prime Minister of England, makes a brief appearance in 'The End Of Time' Trailer. I have to say the woman in it looks very similar. Hopefully a better quality trailer will be released so that we can know for sure whether it is or isn't her. If you remember the last time we saw her was in 'The Stolen Earth' where she sacrificed her life by giving her location up to the Daleks. The last we see of her is the Daleks screaming 'exterminate' at her. Do you think its is Harriot Jones or not?
> During the day clips were shown from 'Planet of the Dead' and the upcoming Christmas special, which will feature Tennant's final days as the Doctor. The clip began with the voice over, 'Bad Dreams'. There were shots of Donna, Wilf and a man in a black cape, which turned out to be the master. Another voice over said, ' He Returns' followed by, 'The End Of Time', Christmas 2009. Could the end of time be the name of Tennant's final episode?
> When the possibilty of a Doctor Who moive was brought up, Julie Gardner said, "there is not going to be any announcement about a Who movie."But what it's made us think is that it might be a good idea to do it at some point." She then asked the audience wether it was something they wanted which was followed by huge cheers. > DT was asked wether he would ever return as the other Doctor and said, "There are no plans, but anything can happen!" He also said "Well, nothing's planned, no one knows what might happen. But, well, 2013 is the 50th anniversary, isn't it? NO! Wait! That's not an announcement! Don't twitter that!"
> RT confirmed that the Sarah Jane episode staring DT would be called 'The Wedding Of Sarah Jane'. (Two-parter)
> Davies was asked whether he would continue with Torchwood. "I hope so. We were astonished by the success of that last series. I really, really hope so. I can't give you a promise because I haven't had the meetings with the right people yet. Also there's a recession going on. It will be back, but maybe the ones you want back won't be back. It will be back in some shape or form."
> Tennant gives his opinion on Matt Smith. "I've chatted to Matt a couple times and he's very enthused and quite clearly going to be brilliant. Which is annoying. He's such a talent, there is nobody in Britain who has worked with Matt who doesn't rave about him. They have nothing but praise to lavish on him, so I don't think he needs any advice from me really."
> Bonus clip from 'The Waters Of Mars'; The Doctor: "Certain moments in time are fixed. This place on Mars, what happens here, must always happen." Lindsay Duncan: "Don't even touch it, not one drop."
(Doctor Who Panel Over. Come back later for Torchwood panel.)