Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

Earth Station Who Episode 55 – The Day of the Doctor

After 50 years, The Doctor finally had his day and what a day it was! After the record-breaking global broadcast, the ESW crew celebrated the 50th anniversary with an event co-hosted with TimeGate Convention, Doctor Who: The Forgotten Doctor and DragonCon British Media Track. Mike, Mike, Jen, and the Phantom

Transmissions From Atlantis 59 – Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Preview

JC and Rita are back with a Whovian spectacular for Doctor Who’s golden anniversary. First, they have a panel with Articles of the Shadow Proclamation and Doctor Geek’s Scott Vigue, Earth Station One’s Mike Faber and Bobby Nash, as well as Earth Station Who and Needless Things’ The Phantom Troublemaker.

Matt Smith – Making Doctor Who Seventh Series And A 50th Anniversary Special

by Brendon Connelly, Soucre: Bleeding Cool.com Speaking on BBC Breakfast right now, Matt Smith has just spelled out his outstanding commitment to Doctor Who: they start filming in February for 14 new episodes, comprising “a full series”, a Christmas special, and a 50th anniversary special. That’s 50th anniversary special singular,

Matt Smith wants 3-D Doctor Who

Source: The List.co.uk Matt Smith wants the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ to be commemorated in a one-off 3-D special. Matt Smith wants the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’ to be shot in 3-D. The 28-year-old actor – who plays the titular Time Lord – is very excited about the

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