It's time to look at every thing that has happened in the whoniverse. You can see our discussion of this on our podcast tomorrow.
Doctor who comics day 2016
Titan Comics have announced this year's global Doctor Who Comics Day event will take place on Saturday, July 9, 2016.
Doctor Who Comics Day is a global event inspired by Titan Comics’ Doctor Who comic books. In its third year, the event is set to be even bigger with new comics and collections, signings and events across the globe.
2015’s event tied-in with a special, brand-new, five-part weekly Doctor Who comics cross-over series by Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards, and saw comic readers get the chance to celebrate Doctor Who Comics Day at over 2900 locations including comic shops, bookstores, retail chains and libraries.
Most loved I player shows
Doctor Who has been voted number four a list of most loved shows on the BBC iPlayer.
The list has been collected from audience members clicking on the heart button on the BBC iPlayer. The button was introduced in March 2015, and allows the audience to instantly show love for a programme.
Top of the list was the soap opera EastEnders with children's drama The Next Step, which charts the lives of a group of young dancers as they make their way through dance school, coming second.
Two of the most popular dramas of the last year Poldark and War And Peace make the list alongside established audience favourites Sherlock and Casualty.
365 days of memorable moments and impossible things
For over half a century, Doctor Who has entertained and enthralled fans with the time-travelling adventures of the Doctor and his companions. From that first glimpse of a police telephone box in a Totter's Lane junkyard, to meeting terrifying villains such as the Daleks or the Weeping Angels, to the fall of the Doctor's home planet Gallifrey, the beloved series has provided a near-inexhaustible list of indelible memories.
This book is a unique and captivating day-by-day chronicle of those memories. In this fascinating compilation of fictional and historical events from the world's longest running science-fiction show.Doctor Who expert Justin Richards revisits iconic characters, thrilling plot twists and memorable battles, as well as sharing bonus behind-the-scenes secrets from both the classic and new series.
Lethbridge Stewart: Moon Blink
Candy Jar Books have released further details on the latest book in their Lethbridge-Stewart series, Moon Blink, which has been written by Sadie Miller and due to be published in April.
July 1969, and mankind is on the Moon. Both the United States
and Soviet Russia have lunar bases, and both are in trouble.
Back on Earth, Anne Travers has learned she is about to be
visited by an old friend from America, Doctor Patricia
Richards. Lance Corporal Bill Bishop is aware
of the visit, and is on hand to meet Richards.
She brings with her a surprise, one which the Americans and
Russians wish to get their hands on. But the only man who can
truly help Anne, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart, is away in Scotland.
It’s a game of cat and mouse, as Anne and Bishop
seek to protect the life of an innocent baby –
one that holds the secrets to life on the Moon.
Season 1 is the most brought drama
Doctor Who Series 1 has been named as the most frequently bought drama in the entire 40 year history of BBC Worldwide's Showcase event.
BBC Worldwide is the commercial arm of the BBC, which sells the best British TV shows from the BBC and UK independent producers around the world. Since 1976 it - and its predecessor, BBC Enterprises - has hosted international TV buyers at its own annual sales event, BBC Showcase. The first Showcase took place in a meeting room at The Old Ship Hotel in Brighton on the South Coast, and was attended by 25 buyers. Since then showcase has grown to the world’s biggest single distributor trade fair, regularly attracting more than 700 international buyers.
To celebrate 40 years of Showcase, BBC Worldwide has released the new data based on the number of times a title has been bought rather than the number of territories it was bought by, which shows how series continue to interest broadcasters time and again.
The most purchased drama series has been named as Doctor Who Series 1. Starring Christopher Eccleston as the ninth Doctor and first broadcast in 2005, the series has attracted 629 buyers from countries including Bahrain, Hong Kong, France and Chile.
Doctor Who was one of the titles screened to buyers at the very first Showcase in 1976.
Legacy-Husbands of River Song
Tiny Rebel Press have launched the Husbands of River Song level in the official Doctor Who Legacy Game.
The game, now in its 3rd year with over 2 million installs, is played by nearly 2 million fans and has over 100 hours of playable content. The new level is in response to customer demand and includes new costumes, new allies, new enemies and new backgrounds to the game.
The podcast #146
In this week's podcast, we look at episodes that we hope should be remade with modern technology from classic who. Ressurection of the daleks is our review story this week-what will we think? Also, there's more news, quiz or question and we reveal what we will be reviewing next time. Let's give you a clue with three words-cat's, hospital, future.
Behind the sofa extra
Find out which episodes that you should watch before doctor who leaves netflix in the next three months.
Next week, there's more news and youtube videos. See you then!
Hello. I'm Lewis Moon. This is the blog with all the doctor who news as well as MLMA updates.
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