Friday, 31 December 2010

Happy New Year From APB

Happy Who Year!

We would all like to wish all of you visitors a very Happy New Year and a great 2011.

2011 will be a fantastic year for everyone in thw whoniverse as there is plenty going on for us to enjoy.

Firstly the next series of Doctor Who Begins in the Easter which will be spit in to two halves of the year.

The Next thing is Series 4 of Torchwood which is called Torchwood: The New World. This is likely to air in the summer and last for ten weeks.

We then have the second half of the Doctor Who Series after the summer which will run for 6 episodes.

Then finally we have the 5th series of The Sarah Jane Adventures which is to air in it's regulary spot of October/November.

And aswell as that if your a fan of primeval you can catch the first episode of the brnad new series tomorrow on ITV1.

So it's going to be an eventful year on and off the screen which promises to give us lot's to post and talk about so please stay tuned!

So from all of us, we wish you a Happy New Year!

Thursday, 30 December 2010

APB Back from the Festive Season

So what an a eventful Christmas we have had!
All of us here thought that A Christmas Carol was absolutely amazing and was really enjoyable.
The was also the fantastic Series 6 trailer at the end. you can see this trailer below:

We have had a wonderful Christmas but how about yours? what presents did you all get? Tweet us or Leave a comment in one of our Chat boxes.
And have happy new year!

Monday, 20 December 2010

APB wishes you a Merry Christmas..

Just a short note that APB will now be offline for Christmas from tomorrow. We will have scheduled posts every day but will not be online or be in contact.
So allthough we will have another Christmas Message on Christmas Day, we Wish everyone A Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
We'll be back Boxing with the latest news, Videos and much more including features like Episodes, Transcripts and Episode and Trailer Caps.

Got any questions? then it's your last day before Christmas to ask them. Tweet us as @apolicebox, Email us at or use our Chat Box or Chatango lower down on the Sidebar.

Thursday, 16 December 2010

Walking in a Winter Webland - Blog Entry #1

Hey there all, and welcome to my first blog entry by me, Ellis. So 9 days to go till the airing of A Christmas Carol and of course Christmas day. and being online at Christmas time can be a big thing for me. aepecially on Forums, Blogs and other websites. With rushing last minute problems and new banners and all the news happening, Doctor Who is one of the biggest news stories to report!
Anything is always better when it is christmas themed so thats why I love everything everyone does at this Festive time. From Life, Doctor Who and Combom to WhovianNet, many sites are celebrating This christmas Period with a type of Advent Calendar which in my case sums up Christmas. New Gifts and Special Treats get published everyday in December in all kinds away so that why Christmas in the whoniverse is so important.
Doctor Who MagazineAnd today another treat was out in shops, Doctor Who Magazine issue 429. This issue is a Christmas special and is packed full with new Features, a wonderful Comic, A fantastic Preview of 'A Christmas Carol' and Some Great, Shiny Art Cards free with it. you can buy it from all newsagents priced £4.99 and you can follow there official Twitter Account here
Another Great thing at Christmas is the gifts and presents. Christmas is the best time for great Merchandise to get released from Figures, Books, DVD's and Stationary. These are great if your a Doctor Who Fan to open on Christmas Day. if you like me than you will love the figure Collection and with new Figure sets being released at least 5 days before Christmas, there a great Buy for Kids and Collectors of any ages for the big day.
But probably the most important in the Whoniverse is the Episodes themselves. 'A Christmas Carol' stars Matt Smith in his first ever Christmas Special, which is written by Steven Moffat, as he makes his own version of the ghost of Christmas Past from the Famous book written by Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol.
So if you Celebrating a Christmas where Doctor Who is important, make it perfect with things like Merchandise, Tv and Of Course Doctor Who on the Internet.
Merry Christmas.

Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Four New a Christmas Carol Clips From The BBC

The BBC Doctor Who Official Site has released Four New (kind of) clips from A Christmas Carol as part of there Advent(ure) Calendar.
You Can see them all Below.

Tuesday, 14 December 2010

A Christmas Carol Reviews and Round-Up

As the BFI Screening was yesterday a bunch of Teasers and Reviews have made it on the net.

SFX Twenty Teasers from 'A Christmas Carol':

01. The episode is a tour de force for Matt Smith. Amy and Rory are pretty much sidelined as Smith explodes like a force of nature from the screen. He is magnificent

02. It’s fantasy, through and through. It’s a Christmas whimsy that pays mere lip service to science fiction. This is Moffat’s vision of the show as a dark fairy tale taken further than ever before. We’re predicting some people will have a problem with this. Your enjoyment may be in relation to your ability to suspend disbelief

03. Two articles of clothing from the Doctor’s past make cameo appearances

04. There’s an unexpected continuity reference to the Tom Baker story “Pyramids Of Mars”

05. The Doctor is asked for some advice that he cannot give

06. The Doctor gets married

07. Katherine can act. You might be worried about a singer who’s never acted before taking on such a major role, but she’s really very good.

08. There are more witty, quotable lines per minute than ever before

09. Some of the FX are outstanding, but a couple are, well, shall we just say… over-ambitious

10. The production design is stunning

11. It’s not the most action-packed of Christmas special. There are some great, exciting set pieces, but mostly it’s a character piece

12. Michael Gambon is, of course, amazing.

13. The names in the opening titles are all Christmas-ed up

14. It’s fish and ships for Christmas!

15. It’s very, very, very Christmassy, and quite emotional

16. There’s a trailer for next season at the end (roll over for spoilery info: the Utah shoot looks incredible, we think we spotted an Ood, and there is a mention of Jammy Dodgers!)

17. Two of the Doctor’s trusted aides aren’t quite so reliable

18. Parents may hope that children won’t ask them to explain one gag

19 The final shot would make a good Christmas card

20. The Doctor has one major costume change (other than ones involving putting Father
Christmas hats on)

Digital Spy Ten Teasers from 'A Christmas Carol' :

01.The Doctor finally tells a lie too big for the psychic paper.
02. "The other half is ****** the *****."
03. We learn exactly why bow-ties are cool.
04. Abigail breaks into song twice, but there's an interesting reason why.
05. The Doctor once spent a revealing evening with Frank Sinatra, Einstein and Father Christmas.
06. "Why are they singing?" "For ***** *****."
07. Turns out The Doctor is rubbish at card tricks.
08. "Marilyn, get your coat!"
09. Kazran gets a glimpse at his past, present and future - but not in the way you might expect.
10. "No chance. Completely impossible. Except at Christmas."

Matt Smith Interview and Clips:

Den on Geek

There will probably be more Reviews later so we will have them covered as soon as we find them.

A Christmas Carol Clips and BFI Q&A

We have some New Clips from A Christmas Carol! Thanks to the Doctor Who TV


Friday, 10 December 2010

BBC America A Christmas Carol Inside Look

Heres a inside Look at the Christmas Special, A Christmas Carol, from BBC America.

Thanks to

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 429 Cover

The Official Doctor Who Magazine Facbook page has today released the cover of theChristmas Issue.
The Issue features:
exclusive preview of the Doctor Who Christmas Special as well as Matt Smith on Michael Gambon and Three Bonus Art cards inside!
The Issue Is priced £4.99 for this month, features 84-pages and is released next Thursday (Thursday 16th December 2010)

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

A Guide To Doctor Who on TV This Christmas

With only 18 days to Christmas There is plenty of TV Coverage other these next 3 weeks. So what Can we expect from Doctor Who this Christmas?
  • Monday 20th December 2010 - Celebrity Eggheads, BBC Two, 6pm, Former Doctor Who Colin Baker and assistants to the Time Lord from the past, Katy Manning, Frazer Hines, Louise Jameson and John Leeson (the voice of K9), attempt to outwit the champions for charity.
  • Thursday 23rd Decemver 2010 - This Morning, ITV1 from 10:30am, Behind the scenes at the Doctor Who Christmas Special. With Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby
  •  Christmas Eve - The Graham Norton Show, BBC One, 10:30pm, The host is joined by Matt Lucas and David Walliams, who talk about their new series Come Fly with Me, and welcomes Doctor Who star Matt Smith to the sofa.
  • Christmas Day - Doctor Who, BBC One, 6pm,  Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way the Time Lord can rescue his friends is to save the soul of a lonely old miser. Michael Gambon Guests stars.
  • Christmas Day - Doctor Who Confidential, BBC Three, 7pm, Behind the scenes of this year's festive episode, A Christmas Carol, including interviews with the cast.
  • Boxing Day - Doctor Who and Confidential, BBC Three, 7pm-9pm, Repeated from Yesterday.
Miss any of that? then We'll have This Guide up on the Sidebar all of this Festive season to remind you of Who, What Where!
Synopsis Taken from the new Radio Times Christmas Issue.

Sunday, 5 December 2010

APB Advent Calendar 2010 - Day 5

On our 5th Day of our Advent Calendar were Giving you a Special Wallpaper which can go on your Desktop for Xmas!
Designed by Emma This wallpaper shows all the main character from A Christmas Carol with some Blends and colour added.
Emma's Site in fact Absolutely Doctor Who Designs will be back soon with more Designs you can ever imagine!
To Save this Wallpaper Right click on the image and then Click Save Picture as.
Enjoy and we'll see you tomorrow!
Advent Calendar 2010

Saturday, 4 December 2010

APB Advent Calendar 2010 - Day 4

Day 4 of our Advent Calendar is here and that means there is 21 Days Till Christmas!
Today to Celebrate the release of Load of A Christmas Carol Picutres we have some Bookarks which feature some of them pictures.
So Go to our Advent Calendar Page, Click on the Image, Save, Print and stick it in your Favourite Doctor Who Book!
Advent Calendar 2010

Friday, 3 December 2010

Christmas Radio Times Cover

Radio Times Today revealed the Cover of the Traditional Christmas Double Issue which covers the TV that is  on this Christmas.
This Years Cover feature the animated Pair, Wallace and Gromit who also featured on the Christmas Cover 2 years back.
So we all ready know that A Christmas Carol is on but what else can we expect on this Special Radio Times issue?

There's a free Outnumbered DVD for every reader!

Steven Moffat reveals how he gave a
classic Christmas story a typical Doctor Who twist. Plus, get a glimpse into a year in the life of Matt Smith
Eileen Atkins and Jean Marsh, stars of Upstairs, Downstairs, give us their thoughts about the updated version

Don't miss our exclusive interview with
Angelina Jolie, who talks Brad, babies and learning to love herself

Matt Lucas and David Walliams get ready for take-off and reveal the new creations in their new series Come Fly with Me

Find out why Just William isn't just a throwback - he's a role model for the
Facebook generation
Strictly's Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke dance on Dartmoor!
Poirot star David Suchet visits the detective's favourite crime scene - the Orient Express
EastEnder Lacey Turner on why now is the right time for her to leave

How the story of
Nigel Slater's boyhood - as recorded in his memoir Toast - was brought to the small screen

Dr Rowan Williams explains why he thinks the Nativity is a truly universal story

Michael Buerk looks back to
Live Aid, the day the music industry grew up

Enjoy stunning photos from An Arctic Tale of polar bears as you've never seen them before

Keep your eyes peeled in the RT picture quiz - you could win £1,000

Michael Morpungo shares an exclusive spine-chilling ghost story with us

Ronnie Corbett discusses his comeback Christmas show, The One Ronnie

You Can buy the Double Christmas Issue from Tomorrow, Saturday 4th December 2010 (going national by Monday 6th December 2010)

APB Advent Calendar 2010 - Day 3

Another day is upon us and with only 22 days to Christmas we have a festive story lined up today which is sure so get you in the mood for Christmas!
The Story consists of 13 short stories from ever Doctor at Christmas time. It's a very long post today so make sure you read till the end! Special Thanks to Darkestboy on gallifrey base for the Story.
Enjoy and of course Merry Christmas!

Thursday, 2 December 2010

Product Of The Day - Doctor Who Advent Calendar 2010

Countdown to Christmas with The New Doctor Who Advent Calendar 2010 which features chocolates treats in all shaped and forms!
As you can see this years Advent Calendar features the new Doctor Who Logo and The Red Dalek from the new Dalek Paridigm which features in 'Victory of the Dalek'. It also features The Stone Dalek which appears in the Series Finale 'The Big Bang.
This years Milk Chocolate Advent Calendar is produced by bon-bob Buddies and Counts down to the 25th of December, Christmas Day!
These are out now so go get them while they're cheap!

Loads More Doctor Who A Christmas Carol Pictures

Today loads of Pictures and stills have been released.
There was also a Press Pack for the Christmas Special:
Its the deepest part of winter, the exact midpoint, Christmas Eve - halfway out of the dark. Amy and Rory are trapped on a stricken space liner that's plummeting through banks of thick icy fog to the surface of the planet below.

Only one man has the power to save them; only one man is in possession of a machine that can clear the fog and let them land safely.

That man is Kazran Sardick, a rich but lonely old miser who rules Sardicktown with a sky-mast of iron.

The Doctor's only chance of rescuing the ship's four thousand passengers is to save Kazran's soul and show him that life is worth living. For this he needs to go back, way back, to when Kazran was a boy with a life full of promise.

But can the Doctor put a song in Kazran's heart and love in his life, in time for Christmas? Can he bring him out of the dark?
So on to the Pictures:

A Christmas Carol is on Christmas Day, 6pm, BBC One.

APB Advent Calendar 2010 - Day 2

Day two of December is upon and if your waking up with snow your sure to feel that Christmas is Coming!
So today we have 3 new Doctor Who Profile Icons you can use for you MSN, Facebook, Twitter or Forum! Please visit the Advent calendar Section which is linked below.
Enjoy and once again Merry Christmas!
Advent calendar 2010

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

APB Advent Calendar 2010 - Day 1

Click Here to go to the Advent

Our 25 day Advent Calendar starts here!
The first Special Treat has been uploaded to our Advent Calendar which you can find on the Menu Bar and On the Sidebar which both will be uploaded everyday.
The First thing we have for you is a special little piece of Artwork which is also launching our Doodle of the Week which is running throughout December on our Advent Calendar and then on main posts next year.
So Enjoy our first Advent Treat and Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Product Of The Day - SFX Doctor Who Special Collection Issue

Out Today is the first in two years from SFX, Which is a Special Doctor Who Collection Issue on the Build up to Christmas:
It’s been two and a half years since we last produced a special devoted to Doctor Who – good grief, has it really been that long? – so we figured it was high time that we did another. Doctor Who: A Celebration is the end result. 100% unofficial and independent, it’s an 132-page magazine which comes with three free gifts: a genuine bow tie (not a naff plastic novelty – a proper fabric one!), and two slogan badges (and they’re big ‘uns too – each five centimetres in diameter), all tucked inside a card wallet.

This Special Issue Features:
We speak to Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill about series five, the Christmas special, and how their characters have developed.
A bumper-sized feature which runs down just a few of the gazillion reasons why we adore this series with a passion bordering on insanity. And if you’re thinking this’ll be some dreary roll call of the bleedin’ obvious, think again…
Voice of the Daleks Nick Briggs and Dalek operator Barnaby Edwards spill the beans on what it’s like bringing the series’ greatest monsters to life.
Who’s the best producer – Russell T Davies or Steven Moffat? That’s the big question when it comes to the modern-day series. There’s only way to decide, of course… fiiiiiiiiight! Oh alright, a reasoned debate on the matter…
Series five costume designer Ray Holman talks us through some of his work, with drawings for the likes of the Eleventh Doctor and a Silurian warrior, and a smattering of behind-the-scenes photos.
A trio of opinion pieces penned by a triumvirate of SF & fantasy titans. Discworld overlord Sir Terry Pratchett, Elric creator Michael Moorcock and hard SF boffin Stephen Baxter share their memories of Who, and try to put their finger on the series’ ineffable magic.
As Jo Grant, who travelled alongside the Third Doctor, she was one of the series’ best-loved companions; now she’s earned a legion of new fans thanks to her appearance on The Sarah Jane Adventures. Katy Manning talks to us about Jon Pertwee, Matt Smith and those naughty photos of her and a Dalek…
A double-page brainteaser within which are hidden – in cryptic pictorial form – the titles of a whopping 65 Doctor Who stories – both from the old series and the noughties revival. So, that dragon breathing fire (see left) is “Dragonfire”, to give you just one example! Guaranteed to delight/infuriate you for hours!
Visual effects experts Mat Irvine and Mike Tucker are in a unique position to discuss Who’s effects, having worked on both the classic series and the new show. Their candid discussion of the challenges they faced is accompanied by lashings of behind-the-scenes images (including some fascinating sketches for the original Davros).
All the news that’s fit to print (and some that isn’t…) from Amy and Rory’s local rag!

Sadly, 108 instalments of the classic series are missing, presumed lost forever, thanks to BBC’s junking policy of the ’60s and ’70s. Richard Molesworth, author of new book Wiped! Doctor Who’s Missing Episodes, tells the full story of how so many episodes came to be destroyed – and how many were later recovered.
Even evil alien alliances have to have the occasional planning meeting. This transcript of one such session, found crumpled up in a bin in an office in Didcot, provides a fascinating insight into how their over-complicated scheme came about…
From the “robot double” that looks nothing like William Hartnell to that burping Auton wheelie bin, via Ingrid Pitt kung-fu kicking a reptilian pantomime horse… a complete rundown of the series’ daftest bits.

Showcasing the creativity of some of the people who make their own Doctor Who dolls, toys and costumes.
In this old-school cartoon (which somehow dropped back in time to a ’70s comic), the showrunner thinks up ever-more diabolical ways in which to bump off the actor who plays Rory.
Writer and comedian Toby Hadoke (creator of the brilliant Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf) recently rewatched (or listened to) every episode of the series, in a year-long marathon. He shares what he learnt from the experience.
American comic publishers IDW kick off a new Eleventh Doctor range in January. We talk to writer Tony Lee about his plans, and exclusively reveal character designs for the series.

Who’s kissed who in the Whoniverse? Back in the day, you could answer that with one word. Nowadays, the answer is rather more complicated…
Back by popular demand: our mindboggingly geeky 26-page episode guide sees us analyse every episode of series five in forensic detail – minute by minute, second by second. It’s the next best thing to having an SFX commentary track on the DVDs!
What life lessons can be gleaned from the Eleventh Doctor’s first run of adventures? Quite a few, it turns out…
A selection of snazzy paparazzi shots from the filming of the latest series.
Phew! The SFX Doctor Who Special Collection Issue is out now in good Newsagents and other stores priced £7.99.

Doctor Who A Christmas Carol Transmission Time Revealed

The BBC have Revealed the Transmission time for the Doctor Who Christmas Special, A Christmas Carol which is to air on Christmas Day.
A Christmas Carol is to air at 6pm, Christmas Day on BBC One and BBC1 HD.
it has aired at the exact same time for 2 years and looks like it will be nearly every year for Doctor Who. 
The Christmas Special is to air along side The One Ronnie with Ronnie Corbett and followed by Strictly Come Dancing which Features John Barrowman and then it's the festive edition of Eastenders.

A Police Box Advent Calendar Begins Tomorrow!

The Festive Season has arrived at APB with a brand New Banner and Colour Scheme and not to mention News from Doctor Who. But are main Celebrations are coming Tomorrow with our Very own Online Advnet Calendar! You may of seen other Advent Calendars happening over the Doctor Who Blogger world like Combom and Blink and we'll be joining that list! The APB Advent Calendar is Packed with Cartoons, Stories, Icons, wallpapers and Much More! With this would like to make a special thanks to Emma for taking time to make the advent calendar Perfect!
And one Final Note: If the First Date on the advent calendar isn't up by the afternoon we'll be putting the final touches onto it so don't worry!
So Please Join us tomorrow for the start of some Christmas fun!

Doctor Who Christmas Radio Times Cover

Christmas is Coming and with that comes a new Doctor Who Radio Times Cover! Doctor Who has featured loads of times just before christmas and it is for This years too! You can see previous covers here
This years Doctor Who Radio Times is for the week 11th December - 18th December 2010. You can buy this Radio Times on 2nd December with the double Christmas issue coming in store on the 4th December!

Friday, 26 November 2010

A Christmas Carol DVD and Blu-Ray

I have Reported on this before and now we have some more information and a (not Final Artwork) Cover.

Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way The Doctor can rescue them is to save the soul of a lonely old miser, in a festive edition of the time-travelling adventure, written by Steven Moffat. But is Kazran Sardick, the richest man in Sardicktown, beyond redemption?
And what is lurking in the fogs of Christmas Eve?
Matt Smith (The Doctor), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams), Michael Gambon plays Kazran Sardick and Katherine Jenkins plays Abigail.

The Special Featres are: Doctor Who Confidential Christmas Special 2010 and the Doctor Who at the Proms 2010.
There is also a new feature which is the Bonus Digital Copy:

As a bonus to your DVD you can also transfer a digital copy, this will allow you to view ‘Doctor Who: Series 5 Christmas Special 2010’ on your PC or your mobile device(s). Just follow the step by step instructions inside your DVD.

There is also two covers which are not the Final Artwork so could change:

The A Christmas Carol, Christmas Special DVD and Blu-Ray are Released on the 24th January 2011.

Product of the Day - Doctor and Amy Maxi Busts

New Images have been released for the Just released Doctor and Amy Pond Maxi Busts.
These amazing 8" Sculpted Maxi Busts are greatfor any collector. These are highly detailed and celebrate Matt Smith's an Karen Gillan's Character's in the Fifth Series of Doctor Who.
The Doctor Comes is Sculpted with his trusted Sonic Screwdriver and Amy is captured with fear in her eyes.
These are Just the first release from Titans Merchandise's Program of quality Doctor Who Statues and Busts.
You can Now buy These Wonderful Busts from forbidden planet:

thanks to The Doctor Who Site

A Christmas Carol Broadcast Time

Acording to The Sun the Doctor Who Christmas Special is set to broadcast at 7pm on Christmas Day. This years Christmas episode featuring Matt Smith as The Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond.
It is no yet known whether The Episode will be on at 7pm but could we be seeing a return of the Classic Time for Doctor who in series to come?
The Final Tme is set be revealed in a couple of weeks when the Christmas Radio Times is on sale.
Next weeks Radio Times for the 11-17th December also says: "Matt Smith reveals the secrets of Doctor Who's Christmas cracker" which will hopefully include a Doctor Who Festive Cover which we have seen in previous years.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

APB Advent Calendar 2010

Special Announcment Time! Yes it's that kind of year again! with only 30 Days till Christmas we can officially announce that we will be doing our own Advent Calendar!
Full of Cartoons, Stories and Christmas Guides, you'll be able to view our online Advent Calendar site Every day in December.
On the 1st December we will be releasing more information along with the first day of the Advent Calendar.
So stay Tuned, as it is only one more month to Christmas!

A Police Box on Whonews App

A Police Box is proud to say that we are now on the ever so popular Whonews Appcation on iPhones, iPod Touch and iPad's
The Who News App is a Great Resource for Every part of Doctor Who News from Different websites. It also features a DVD page which allows people to view the cheapest available Price on the internet.
This App is also very special as it is contributing to a Charity close to the maker Paul.
Recently the cousin of my step-children was diagnosed with Leukaemia. Andrew Brown is only 12 years old and recently underwent chemotherapy for the condition which thankfully seems to be in remission but Andrew still has to have a lot of treatment. The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes to children and young people fighting life threatening illnesses. 
For an insight into what Andrew and his family have been through in the past month click here.
For every Purchase of the Who News App, £1.45 goes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation with the rest of the Money going to apple. From now to 23rd December Purchasing this App could change someones life for the better.
It is a really good cause to support so if you decide not buy the App please have a read of what the Charity can offer.

And if you still don't know what Who News is all about, watch this video by theomegapodcast:

And for more support and for regular Updates from Who News visit
And don't forget to Buy the App:

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Product of the Day - The Beginning Box Set

As we Celebrate 47 Years of Doctor Who We bring you today's Product of the Day and it is the beginning Box set which features the first three stories of Doctor Who.
This Boxset features the First Doctor as played by William Hartnell as he comes up against the Daleks and other Enemies in his first episodes.
The Boxset features the stories An Unearthly Child, The Daleks and The Endge of Destruction.
This Box set is a 3 Disc set as each story, In parts, Go on one Disc.
it also Features:
  • Commentaries on various episodes by William Russell and Carol Ann Ford plus the show's producer Verity Lambert and directors Waris Hussein and Christopher Barry
  • Unedited studio footage of the pilot episode
  • Documentary detailing the origins of the show
  • Condensed version of the (missing) fourth story Marco Polo
  • Comedy sketches from the Doctor Who night broadcast on BBC 2.
You can buy it here on and other websites aswell as instores.

Celebrate 47 Years of Doctor Who

47 years ago Today,
William Hartnell Began as the 1st Doctor
On 23rd November 1963 a show untitled 'Doctor Who' Began on BBC One. Who would of thought it would become one of the most famous Televison programmes today. 47 years ago the first episode ' An Unearthly Child' broadcast on this exact date. back then a Alien Who travels round Time and Space in a Police Phone Box woud of sounded Silly, But Nowadays The british public are certsainly aware of the series.

And in 47 years we have had:
11 Doctors
769 Episodes
212 Stories
and millions of fans across the world.

So go on Celebrate Doctor Who Day! Watch one of your favourite Episodes, Read one of your Favourite Novel or write one of your own stories!
What ever you do Celebrate 47 Years of Doctor Who in Style!

Monday, 22 November 2010

Product of the Day - Series 5 DVD Boxset

The Doctor Who Series 5 Boxset was released on 8th November 2010 and Came in two editions.
The First edition featured a Lenticular sleeve which features Karen Gillan as Amy and Matt Smith as The 11th Doctor with a selection of aliens and enemies surrounding them.
The Second Edition features a special Editon silver Steel Book Cover with the Crack on the front.
they both feature six-discs which feature all the episodes from series 5: The Elventh Hour, The Beast Below, Victory of the Daleks, The Time of Angels, Flesh And Stone, The Vampires in Venice, Amys Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang. These episodes feature on 5 discs with the 6th Disc featuring The Doctor Who Confidential Cut-Downs.
They both also feature Special features which are on the different discs on ther DVD. These Feature:

  • Meanwhile in the TARDIS - additional scenes, written by Steven Moffat and featuring Matt Smith & Karen Gillan, telling the story of what happens between episodes. Why was Amy floating in Space above Starship UK, and what happened after 'that' kiss between the Doctor and Amy? - Exclusive to DVD.

  • Monster Files - The Monster Files will get under the skin and inside the minds of the latest Doctor's most challenging opponents. With previously unseen footage and exclusive comments from cast and crew, the Monster Files take fans old and new even further behind enemy lines.

  • Out-takes

  • In vision commentaries

  • Video diary

  • Confidential cut downs

  • BBC trails & promos to new series 5

  • Numbered special packaging (limited Edition)

  • The Fifth Series Boxset Is available to Buy now from Online and in Stores.

    Doctor Who A Christmas Carol Synopsis

    A Christmas Carol, Christmas Day, BBC One
    The BBC Press Office has released the Doctor Who A Christmas Carol, Christmas Special, Synopsis with all of the other Christmas Shows and Movies shown on the BBC.

    Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing space liner, and the only way The Doctor can rescue them is to save the soul of a lonely old miser. But is Kazran Sardick, the richest man in Sardicktown, beyond redemption? And what is lurking in the fogs of Christmas Eve?

    You can see This Press release and many other for Christmas Shows Here.

    Friday, 19 November 2010

    Doctor Who Children In Need Feature - Tea party in the Tardis

    And heres the whole feature for you to enjoy!

    A Christmas Carol Trailer - Children In Need

    We've All Been Waiting for this and now it's here! And Instead of A Clip we have a whole Trailer! Enjoy!

    We will have the whole Doctor Who Children In Need Feature and hopefully caps soon.

    Children In Need Tonight

    BBC's Hit Charity, Children In need Returns tonight as We prepare to watch a Brand new clip from The Doctor Who Christmas Special! But there are loads more features and guests throughout the show to keep us entertained and keep fundraising! But back to Doctor Who and The Special clip! The A Christmas Carol Clip Airs just after 8pm with a New feature with Matt Smith Himself as two young fans will be seeing a exclusive preview of the episode. So will you be there? as it's set to be the best year for Doctor Who on Children In Need!

    Remember: Children In Need, BBC One, from 7 pm, Doctor Who Feature after 8pm.
    And of Course you can see the exclusive clip after it airs on are homepage!

    Wednesday, 17 November 2010

    Doctor Who Magazine News

    News from DW 428
     Doctor Who Magazine always brings lot's of news of all sorts each months and we have this Months Round Up!
    Theres only One main story but we'll have more news tomorrow when DWM hits the shops!

    Steven Moffat has revealed that Co-creator of Life on Mars, Matthew Graham will be writing a 2-parter for the first half of Series 6. Grahams episode is set to be number 5 and 6 of the series and Moffat has given readers a few clues about what may happen: "...thrilling and terrifying two-parter. The Doctor will face a dilemma the like of which he’s never seen before". Aswell as that graham says that the second episode he remembers being on Skaro with Leela and the production crew then try and remember who has and hasn’t met the Daleks and Davros.
    So does this mean we will see the Daleks once again?
    Steven Moffat has also revealed that he will be writting episode 7 and 8 of the split series which shows there will be a big cliffhanger between spring and autumn.

    Matt Smith On America's Late Late Show

    Matt Smith appeared on Hit American Show, Craig fergurson's Late Late Show. You can see thw whoel episode in 5 parts below but Matt starts his interview on part 3.
    Part 1

    Part 2

    Part 3

    Part 4

    Part 5

    Tuesday, 16 November 2010

    Christmas Special 'Not set on Earth'

    Piers Wenger Talks Christmas,
    Matt Smth and Series 6
    Executive Producer Piers Wenger has revealed in a recent interview with Collider that the Upcoming Christmas special Will 'Not Be set on Earth'. Piers explains "It kind of riffs on the Dickens story. There’s no one called Scrooge in it and it’s not set on Earth, but there are familiar archetypes from that story within it that will please fans of Dickens’s original". This will be the first christmas Special to be set away from earth since the first 2005.
    Piers also goes onto to talk about series 6 and he Utah Filming: "The team left the UK on Saturday and is traveling out to Utah, to Mojave, where they’re filming some scenes. There are scenes set in New York and San Francisco. It is Doctor Who’s love letter to the States. Last year started with the TARDIS crash-landing on Big Ben in London and that was an opportunity for British audiences to be reminded of Doctor Who’s British heritage. But this year, it’s all about America, it’s all about taking the show out to the States and seeing what Doctor Who will feel like set in America and in some very iconographic parts of the American landscape".
    You can see the whole Interview Here.
    Thanks to Whoviannet

    More Doctor Who Children In Need News

    Children in Need, This Friday, BBC One, From 7pm
    On Friday Night Viewers will see the first ever clip from A Christmas Carol but for two Young viewers it's about to become even more special. The BBC have revealed tthat Just after 8pm Viewers are invited for some fun and games with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan as two young fans are invited inside the Tardis to enjoy a Preview of A Christmas Carol! Then all of us can then enjoy a brand new clip from the Christmas Special.
    It is set to be the best year for Doctor Who on Children in Need!

    You can also enjoy this new Wallpaper!
    Download wallpaper: Hi-res (1.37MB), 16 x 9 (1.23MB), 4 x 3 (1.14MB).
    Thanks to Combom.

    Matt Smith Appearing on Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show

    A Dalek Arriving In LA.
     The Doctor Matt Smith Is appearing on Hit American talk Show, Craig Ferguson's Late late Show Tonight/Tomorrow. The Show is Broadcasting in America but for us here in England it will be the Morning before we See the Interview. Craig Ferguson, Who is atually from Scotland, Had a Dalek on his show yesterday:

    The Dalek will also be appearing on Tonight's Show with Matt Smith. The Video of Matt's Interview will hopefully be up tomorrow morning.

    Sarah Jane Adventures Series 4 Concludes!

    Series 4 Concludes!
    The 4th series of The Sarah Jane Adventures has now Concluded! Episode 12 Goodbye Sarah Jane Smith has just ended and a little teaser appeared after Saying " Sarah Will return 2011" So it looks like we have exciting things to come!
    What did you think of this Series of the Sarah Jane Adventures? You can now vote on our new Poll on the sidebar!

    One last note: If you want to experience the Exciting series Finale again or for the first time. Visit Life, Doctor Who and Combom later for the episode.