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And mustache of the century goes to…
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Russell T Davies Writes A Story For Bernard Cribbins

This is rather lovely. Bernard Cribbins, who of course you’ll recognise as Donna Noble’s grandad Wilf from Doctor Who, is starring in a new TV show called Old Jack’s Boat, on the BBC children’s channel CBeebies.
The show revolves around a fisherman, his pet Salty Dog, and the stories he tells, and also stars (among other people) fellow-Who graduate Freema Agyeman. Bernard is no stranger to children’s TV, having narrated and appeared in all sorts of children’s shows, from The Wombles (a ’70s animated smash hit, that actually got revived in the late ’90s), to The Railway Children.
But in his latest show, the one thing the production team are always on the lookout for are stories. And having been taken back into the Doctor Who family by Russell T Davies, Bernard knew just the fella to ask.

Read the rest (and watch a clip of Bernard and Russell at Anglophenia

doctorwho:

Russell T Davies Writes A Story For Bernard Cribbins

This is rather lovely. Bernard Cribbins, who of course you’ll recognise as Donna Noble’s grandad Wilf from Doctor Who, is starring in a new TV show called Old Jack’s Boat, on the BBC children’s channel CBeebies.

The show revolves around a fisherman, his pet Salty Dog, and the stories he tells, and also stars (among other people) fellow-Who graduate Freema Agyeman. Bernard is no stranger to children’s TV, having narrated and appeared in all sorts of children’s shows, from The Wombles (a ’70s animated smash hit, that actually got revived in the late ’90s), to The Railway Children.

But in his latest show, the one thing the production team are always on the lookout for are stories. And having been taken back into the Doctor Who family by Russell T Davies, Bernard knew just the fella to ask.

Read the rest (and watch a clip of Bernard and Russell at Anglophenia

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Bill Murray Makes a Very Unconventional Entrance to Late Show With David Letterman
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LA Times interview with Seventh Doctor and ‘Hobbit’ star Sylvester McCoy

One of the most anticipated performances in “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is Sylvester McCoy’s turn as the wizard Radagast the Brown. Though the character did not appear in Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, Radagast is a key player in J.R.R. Tolkien’s books. McCoy, who has been acting on the stage and screen for more than 45 years, joined “The Hobbit” after finishing a Royal Shakespeare Company tour of “King Lear,” acting opposite Gandalf actor Ian McKellen. McCoy is perhaps best known for his role in “Doctor Who.” Hero Complex chatted with McCoy about wizards and Timelords.

Click through for the interview

doctorwho:

LA Times interview with Seventh Doctor and ‘Hobbit’ star Sylvester McCoy

One of the most anticipated performances in “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is Sylvester McCoy’s turn as the wizard Radagast the Brown. Though the character did not appear in Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, Radagast is a key player in J.R.R. Tolkien’s books. McCoy, who has been acting on the stage and screen for more than 45 years, joined “The Hobbit” after finishing a Royal Shakespeare Company tour of “King Lear,” acting opposite Gandalf actor Ian McKellen. McCoy is perhaps best known for his role in “Doctor Who.” Hero Complex chatted with McCoy about wizards and Timelords.

Click through for the interview

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doctorwho:

Save the Date!

The U.S. Premiere of the Doctor Who Christmas Special takes place this Christmas, December 25, 2012 at 9/8c on BBC America.

Other airtimes to be announced soon.

Cheers.

Despite not needing any further proof that the Doctor Who tumblr is the best official tumblr ever, they continue to prove time and time again that they are just that.

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“Adventure Time With Scout and Pyro”
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clawbag:

If you’re not eating anything you’ll have to leave the premises.

Black Books Rewatch 1x05 The Big Lock-Out

Been there, Bernard.

I need to watch this show. 

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Conan Commissions The World’s Shortest Freefall [CLICK FOR VIDEO]
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doctorwho:

Doctor Who makes Vulture’s list of the “25 Most Devoted Fan Bases”

Doctor Who is listed at #9

Fandoms “ahead” of Whovians include Beliebers, Twihards, Game of Thrones which is listed as #1. Our main hangouts are Gallifrey Base/the Doctor Who News.

But no mention of Whovians on Tumblr?

POPULARITY: Holds Guinness World Record as world’s longest-running science-fiction television show, having debuted in 1963; currently broadcast in about 50 countries; current run launched in 2005, has won 30 BAFTAs, and six Hugo Awards; most downloaded series in the U.S. on iTunes in 2011.    

FACEBOOK FOLLOWERS: 2.7 million

TWITTER FOLLOWERS: 263,000

FAN NICKNAME: The term “Whovian” has been in use since the eighties.

MAIN HANGOUTS: It can take an hour to sift through just one labyrinthine, 30-page thread on the message boards of Gallifrey Base. For more daily updates, there’s the Base’s sister site, the Doctor Who News Page.

AVERAGE DEMOGRAPHIC: In the U.K., Doctor Who was always a family program. However, in the U.S., the show’s earlier incarnations were mostly embraced by sci-fi-loving men who discovered it on PBS in the eighties. But since its 2005 revival, it has steadily continued finding a wider and larger audience; it now has a notably large female following, compared to other long-running sci-fi properties.

DEVOTIONAL PROFILE: From fan-run conventions (Gallifrey One in Los Angeles has staged an event yearly since 1990), to myriad fanzines (the Doctor Who Club of Australia has published more than 200 issues of Data Extract since 1980), and the stylish production of numerous fan films (the third and final part of a reimagining of the lost 1966 serial “The Power of the Daleks” was recently released online), the Doctor Who fan appears to be as resourceful as the series’ time-traveling protagonist.

Of note, Neil Gaiman is #18 (woohoo!)

I AM DEFINITELY A PART OF BOTH OF THESE FANDOMS!

I wonder what the name for fans of Neil Gaiman is…

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