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The round-up for 'The Return of Doctor Mysterio' is now available, and can be found here.

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Thursday, 24 November 2016

Forbidden Planet's 'Black Friday' Whovian Bargains

It is time to grab a bargain in the Forbidden Planet Black Friday Sale!

From Friday 25th to Monday 28th November, all of our stores will have a host of great bargains with many prices below half price.

Don't dawdle - stock on all lines are limited and may never be available at these prices again!

Doctor Who: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Bust: 3rd Doctor Doctor Who: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Bust: 4th Doctor Doctor Who: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Bust: Cyberman Scout Torchwood: Masterpiece Collection Maxi Bust: Captain Jack Harkness Doctor Who: Risk Doctor Who: TITANS: Statue Of Liberty Weeping Angel (Glow In The Dark 8 Inch Edition - Forbidden Planet Exclusive) Doctor Who: TITANS: 12th Doctor (6.5 Inch Version) Doctor Who: TITANS: 11th Doctor: Series 7 Costume (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: 9th Doctor (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Bad Wolf TARDIS (6.5 Inch Version) Doctor Who: TITANS: Eternal Dalek (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Scientist Dalek (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Strategist Dalek (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Supreme Dalek (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Weeping Angel (6.5 Inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Trenzalore TARDIS (8 Inch Version) Doctor Who: TITANS: The Beast Figure (9 inch Edition) Doctor Who: TITANS: Statue Of Liberty Weeping Angel (8 Inch Edition)

The full sale details can be found here

Thursdays Whovian Extras (24th November)

I can save you by seventhdemigod
Whovian Miscellany The Return of Doctor Mysterio: What We Know So Far! Rona Munro chats about writing her new 'Doctor Who' Season 10 episode Canada added to Doctor Mysterio cinema outings Whovian Reviews "This is our planet": looking back at the classic serial "Doctor Who and the Silurians" by Malcolm Hulke, (1970) Whovian Products UNIT SILENCED TRAILER Warlord Games: Doctor Who minatures and game Whovian Events An Audience with Eric Saward, Doctor Who script editor Christopher Eccleston supports WCML Radical Readings event Little Shop 12th Doctor: Year Two #14 (Cover A Caranfa) The Early Adventures: 3.2: The Fifth Traveller (Doctor Who - The Early Adventures) Audio CD 12th Doctor: Year Two #14 (Cover B Photo) 12th Doctor: Year Two #14 (Cover C Baxter) Main Range 217: The Memory Bank and Other Stories (Doctor Who Main Range) Audio CD

Billie Piper's role in Doctor Who "changed everything" for her

The 34-year-old actress starred as the Time Lord's assistant Rose Tyler from 2005 to 2013, opposite David Tennant as the Doctor.

While the programme led to a huge revival in Billie's career, it also had its downsides - namely that she couldn't go out without being recognised again.

"It makes you so famous, a show like that," Billie told the Evening Standard's ES Magazine. "It gave me little memories of being a popstar - you can't go anywhere without it being a thing, and I found that quite hard again. But it changed everything for me. And I have never worked with a nicer bunch of people in my life since."

Prior to her role in Doctor Who, Billie had enjoyed huge success with her classic smash hit Because We Want To. The track made Billie the youngest singer to ever debut in the U.K.'s number one chart position, but the mother-of-two admits she remembers little of those days in her life.

"What's even more alarming is that I can't even remember (those years)," Billie explained. "It wasn't like I was out, getting wrecked.

"It was because I must have just shut it out. Which is probably because it was on some level deeply traumatic. Not because I was some horrible child slave, I just worked so hard. I have never worked as hard as I did in those years."

As well as Doctor Who, Billie has appeared in television shows such as Penny Dreadful and Secret Diary of a Call Girl. In the latter, she played an escort called Belle, and the programme led to her being inundated with work offers which involved her stripping off.

"What's annoying is that they are fun roles, if you can remove the sex," she explained. "It's the sex that makes it annoying. Otherwise they are interesting stories, interesting women with chequered pasts."

Via the Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Doctor Who Insider - The Return of Doctor Mysterio

"We've made one of those movies that you love to see again and again and again at Christmas time."

This Christmas on BBC AMERICA, the Doctor teams up with a comic-book superhero in New York for a heroic special written by Steven Moffat, titled The Return of Doctor Mysterio.

The hit BBCA series will return on Christmas day as the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, teams up with an investigative journalist, played by Charity Wakefield (Wolf Hall, The Player) and a superhero to save New York from a deadly alien threat.

Wednesdays Whovian Birthday Extras (23rd November)

Doctor Who? by SimmonBeresford

Happy Birthday Doctor Who now in it's 53rd year...

Whovian Miscellany ALL The Doctor's Regenerations (1963 - Present) - Doctor Who - BBC Peter Capaldi defends his more mature incarnation of Doctor Who WhoPods on Flipboard Win Exclusive Peter Capaldi Artwork With Radio Times Whovian Reviews DOCTOR WHO: ORDER OF THE DALEKS Doctor Who Reviews - The Early Adventures: The Ravelli Conspiracy (Big Finish) Review - Doctor Who: The 9th Doctor # 7 Class Report 'Class' mid-term report: What's working (and what isn't) so far Whovian Products Celebrate the Doctor's birthday with The Ninth Doctor #7 Doctor Who Time Clash Starter Set in US stores this week! Doctor Who: The Third Doctor #3 - An Advanced Review/Preview Outside the TARDIS Ken Campbell: The lost Doctor Who is found Big Finish nominated for Radio Drama Award

Happy Birthday Tweetie... (23rd November)

Monday, 21 November 2016

Mondays Whovian Extras (21st November)

'invasion of earth' II by gazzatrek
Whovian Miscellany Who is the Ghost? - The Return of Doctor Mysterio: Doctor Who Christmas Special 2016 - BBC Doctor Who Christmas special 2016: When and what time is it on, latest news, cast, trailer Mannequin Challenge: The Doctor Who Experience - Doctor Who 6 things we learnt from the new Doctor Who Christmas special trailer Davros Gets a Divorce - It's Never Omega! Steven Moffat's Departure from 'Doctor Who' Will Probably Mean Fewer Paradoxes The inevitable Doctor Who / John Lewis thing Doctor Mysterio and Power of the Daleks Coming to iview Australia Who's Cat 45 - Mike Key Class Report BAFTA Cymru Class Screening | Vlog Whovian Reviews Class: Joyride by Guy Adams (book review) Doctor Who - Doom Coalition 3 CLASS: THE STONE HOUSE Whovian Products Doctor Who Comics Solicits For February 2017 Featuring Ryan Hall's Papercraft Connecting Covers On - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News Whovian Events MCM Comic Con Birmingham November 2016 Vlog with Mini Matt Smith Little Shop The Power of the Daleks [DVD] [2016]

Class Report for Detained - Episode Six

A selection of reactions, reviews and extras for the sixth episode of the Doctor Who spin-off 'Class', needless to say this contains spoilers for those of you who haven't seen it yet.

The whole gang is thrown into detention by Miss Quill. Locked in her classroom, they are terrified when an explosion propels them out of space and time: trapped, claustrophobic and floating in blackness with no way of escape.

Although a mysterious asteroid fragment may be their key to freedom, it forces the gang to confess their deepest, darkest secrets to one another. As ugly truths come out, fractures start to appear in the friendship group.

And then they make a chilling discovery. They're not alone. There's somebody in there with them.

The Trailer Confess! - Class: Episode 6 Sneak Peek - BBC Three On BBC iPlayer Detained, Series 1, Class - BBC Three Class Reviews CLASS (BBC THREE) EPISODE 6 "DETAINED" REVIEW Class episode 6 review: Detained Detained - Reaction - Classmates Doctor Who Reviews - Class Series One - Episode 6 - Detained Class: Series 1, Episode 6 Review *Spoilers* Class Episode 6 - Detained CLASS: Series 1, Episode 6 'DETAINED' Class - Series 1, Episode 5 Class - Series 1, Episode 6 Class Podcasts Tim's Take On... : Tim's Take On: Episode 358(Class: Episode 6 review) Detained (The DW Show Presents: Class) Class Extras Class: Detained - Episode Six Image Gallery