Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Under the Lake - Gallery

The BBC have release the promo pictures for Under the Lake.
When an Underwater Base comes under attack, the Doctor and Clara must save the frightened crew and defeat an impossible threat. But what is behind these terrifying events? And can they really be haunted by ghosts?

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Saturday, 19 September 2015

The Doctor and Clara rock out at The Beatles’ Abbey Road crossing

The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) make a guest appearance at the iconic Abbey Road crossing, London, as they rock out in style this morning (Saturday 19 September), accompanied by the extra-terrestrial Daleks.
Via the BBC Media Centre

Friday, 18 September 2015

Jenna Coleman is Leaving Doctor Who

It’s been officially confirmed that Jenna Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald, will leave Doctor Who during the new series which starts tomorrow, Saturday 19 September.

However, it’s not been revealed exactly when Clara leaves and the question many are already asking is how will she part company with the Doctor?

Jenna Coleman made her Doctor Who debut on 1 September, 2012 as Oswin Oswald in Asylum of the Daleks. She returned on Christmas Day of that year, playing Clara and remained with the Eleventh Doctor from the following episode, The Bells of Saint John, onwards. She stayed on board the TARDIS for all of Peter Capaldi’s episodes to date and after filming for the last series finished, Peter commented, ‘Jenna has been absolutely brilliant. I think she’s wonderful in the show, and she’s my favourite companion.’

But Series 9 sees the Impossible Girl’s departure although the how, why and when are all questions we’ll have to watch the new adventures to find out…

Whatever happens, we’ll bring you the inside info first but for the time being we’ll prepare to say goodbye to Clara and good luck to Jenna. We’ll miss them both.

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

BBC launches Doctor Who Game Maker

The BBC today launched The Doctor Who Game Maker, allowing fans to create and share their own adventures in time and space. It gives users the chance to manipulate the Doctor Who universe like never before, creating their own action-packed games featuring the Doctor, Clara, and a huge range of other heroes, monsters and worlds from the series.
Within minutes users can create a fun game from scratch, or use one of a selection of templates to help them get started. Templates include classic game formats with a Doctor Who twist, including platform games, puzzles and racers. There is a huge range of assets on offer to help fans create their own unique games - including stunningly designed environments, monsters new and old, friends, foes, and spaceships from across the galaxy.

Commander Strax is also on hand to offer advice, with a range of helpful guides that show users how to get started, change a game’s physics to make things fly, animate objects and even add special effects. There will soon be an Arcade area letting people play games made by users from around the world.

The Doctor Who Game Maker follows on from the success of The Doctor and the Dalek coding game, putting a wide range of the game’s digital assets - and plenty of new ones - into the hands of the fans. All the characters, crafts and objects featured in The Doctor and the Dalek are available in the Game Maker, alongside new additions including Clara, Missy, Weeping Angels and more, plus some new creatures from the latest series.

It requires no technical knowledge, no download and works on desktop and tablets, allowing fans to get creative whenever they feel inspired, building something simple in minutes and moving onto more complex ideas as their skills develop. Fans will also be able use the arcade feature on their mobiles so they can play games on the go.

Jo Pearce, Creative Director, BBC Cymru Wales Interactive, says: “The Doctor Who Game Maker rounds off a big year for Doctor Who as part of BBC Make it Digital. Our  game introduced our audiences to coding basics, Mission Dalek competition encouraged fans to create stories using digital technology, and now we’re giving fans the chance to make their own games. It’s hugely exciting and we can’t wait to see what people come up with.”

Launched as part of the BBC’s Make it Digital season, the Doctor Who Game Maker gives young people the chance to get creative with digital technology and introduces them to game design. The Game Maker was produced in collaboration between BBC Cymru Wales, BBC Digital, Aardman Animations, Aerian and BBC Connected Studio, and is built using the BBC’s new mixital technology.

Play the Game here Doctor Who Game Maker Trailer

The Magician's Apprentice - Gallery

The bbc have uploaded a new selection of photo's...