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Classic ‘Lost’ Doctor Who’ Serial Fury of the Deep is Getting an Animated Release Next Year

Any fan of the old Doctor Who stories will know that there are rather a lot of episodes that are deemed 'missing'. Roughly 98 of them don't exist anymore thanks to the BBC's habit of destroying tapes back in the day. Now the Beeb has announced another classic serial, Fury of the Deep, will arrive next year as another animated recreation. Read More >>

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Doctor Who’s TARDIS Will be at the NHM on 25th October, In Case You Want an Autograph

Have you ever wanted to meet the star of one television's most enduring science fiction series? I'm of course talking about Doctor Who, but I'm not talking about the Doctor herself. I'm talking about the TARDIS, whose bright blue phone box look has been a constant presence in the series since its inception in 1963. There's no Doctor Who without the  TARDIS, and now you can go and meet it for yourself at London's Natural History Museum. Just in case you want an autograph, or a selfie. Read More >>

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Watch a Missing Chapter of Doctor Who’s History Get Brought Back to Life in This Incredible Retro Remake

Last week, the BBC officially unveiled plans for one of its most intriguing attempts to restore part of Doctor Who’s missing episode back catalogue to life: the premiere of a fan-led remake, made with its official backing, of the missing 1965 episode “Mission to the Unknown.” Now, you can watch the entire thing. Read More >>

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Christopher Eccleston on Why He Left Doctor Who – and Didn’t Come Back for the 50th Anniversary

After he left Doctor Who in 2005, Christopher Eccleston spent years remaining silent about just why he’d departed the series almost as quickly as it had returned to lauded acclaim. In recent years he’s started being more open about his time on the show – but yesterday at New York Comic Con he spoke plainly about why he left Who, and has yet to return. Read More >>

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A Fan-Made Recreation of a Lost Doctor Who Episode Is Being Officially Premiered by the BBC

In recent years, the BBC has made great strides in attempting to either recover or recreate the missing history of Doctor Who’s lost episodes. Whether that’s the incredible rarity of actual recovery or animated reconstructions, for one of the most intriguing lost tales they’ve now turned to an alternative medium: fan films. Read More >>

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Christopher Eccleston Opens Up About the Mental Health Struggles He Faced While Filming Doctor Who

It’s long been known that Christopher Eccleston’s brief tenure as the Ninth Doctor was set amid a backdrop of behind-the-scenes problems, ones that eventually led to the actor’s early exit from the show. But in his new autobiography, Eccleston dives deeper than he ever publicly has before to reveal the stresses that plagued his time on the series. Read More >>

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Colin Baker Regrets Not Filming His Doctor Who Regeneration

The Sixth Doctor was a controversial figure, on screen and off, by the end of his tenure on Doctor Who. At the time, Colin Baker’s exit was so tempestuous the actor did not return for the traditional hand-over of the role to his replacement, Sylvester McCoy. It led to one of the dodgiest wigs in Doctor Who history, but now, Baker regrets it for another reason. Read More >>

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Freema Agyeman Returns to Martha Jones for Big Finish’s New Torchwood Audio Series

Freema Agyeman is back in action in the Whoniverse – but it’s not for Doctor Who itself. Martha Jones makes a return, and this time, it’s Torchwood business that’s come calling. Read More >>

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Ace Returns in This Glorious Trailer for Doctor Who’s Next Classic Season Blu-ray Release

The fact we’re getting lavish collections of classic Doctor Who seasons on Blu-ray is already a very good thing. But the BBC’s choice to market them with what are essentially little short films catching us up with where heroes of Who’s past are now is perhaps the greatest part of it all. Read More >>

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RIP Terrance Dicks, One of Doctor Who’s Most Vital Writers

Terrance Dicks, one of the most influential writers in Doctor Who’s entire history, has died at the age of 84. Read More >>

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River Song’s New Audio Adventures Take Her Back Into Classic Doctor Who Episodes

River Song’s up to her timey-wimey tricks again – and she’s tossing out that diary, spoilers be damned. Because her latest missions won’t just see her travel across time and space: she’s traveling into the background of the Doctor’s personal history. Read More >>

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The 10 Best ‘What If?’ TV Episodes

Disney’s upcoming show What If? looks at what would happen if popular Marvel stories came with a twist. Like, what if Spider-Man had joined the Fantastic Four, or Peggy Carter was Captain America? The show, based on a comic book series, is now part of a long trend of TV shows making their own alternate reality, or “what if,” episodes. We’re going to take a look at some of the best. Read More >>

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Northumberland Dalek Wins 12-Month Time War

The controversial Northumberland dalek shed will not have to be destroyed after all, at least not this year, as the order to remove the temporary external structure outside a Grade II-listed home-slash-museum has been suspended. Read More >>

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The Clangers are Getting a Doctor Who-Themed Makeover

When was the last time anyone heard anything from The Clangers? Apparently they're still on TV, albeit on CBeebies where nobody over the age of four really pays any attention to what's going on. But they will be popping up in the news again, because the pink moon aliens are getting a bit of a Doctor Who-themed makeover. No there's no spin-off coming, but the Clangers are going to be playing dress up as their favourite Doctors. Read More >>

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Donna Noble Is Saving the Universe on Her Own This Time

Move over, Doctor—there’s a new pilot at the TARDIS console room controls, and a lifetime’s temping in Chiswick has prepared her to be the universe’s greatest defender. Read More >>