The BBC have released 2 preview clips from Saturday's episode "Into the Dalek":
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
The BBC have released a neat little batch of promo pics for "Into the Dalek" - please note that larger versions are in the Coppermine Gallery:
Monday, 25 August 2014
Sunday, 24 August 2014
Courtesy of Wizard World, below are photos of Matt Smith (love the glasses) and Karen Gillan at this weekend's Chicago Comic Con. Larger versions are in the Coppermine Gallery:
"Deep Breath" scored an overnight rating of 6.8million with a 32.5% share of the audience - which isn't bad for a bank holiday weekend at the end of the holiday season when figures are traditionally lower. It was the most watched programme of the night by a country mile - it's closest rival was "Casualty" which had 4.2million.
Obviously this figure does not take into account cinema viewings or those who recorded it to watch later. These consolidated figures will be released next week and will, no doubt, show a huge increase from 6.8million.
Saturday, 23 August 2014
Well, after saying that the "Doctor Who Extra" series would be an "iplayer and red button" exclusive ... the BBC have uploaded it to youtube. Ah well. Here it is - spoilers obviously if you've not seen "Deep Breath":
The BBC have released a new video of Steven Moffat, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman introducing "Deep Breath". Once again, they have yet to upload this to youtube so I hope those outside the UK can watch this:
Friday, 22 August 2014
Courtesy of zimbio.com, below are more photos from today's Parliament Square photocall - these images are also in the Coppermine Gallery.
"Find out what haunts the Doctor" - that's one of many things to look forward to in Series 8 according to Steven Moffat. The Moff, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman talk about Series 8 in the video below. The video is embedded from the BBC Doctor Who site as it isn't available on youtube yet.
Interesting things were afoot in London this morning as Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman posed in front of a "crashed" Tardis with a variety of dinosaur bones. The photocall was to promote the new series that starts on BBC 1 tomorrow at 7.50pm. The photos below are also in the Coppermine Gallery.