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Monday, 31 August 2009

More SJA Series 3 news!

The Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3 is due to start in October, which is almost a month later than when the previous two series' aired. Digital Spy recently reported Thursday October the 15th as the possible start date, but no one belived it!

And Sarah-Jane.TV are reporting that the cousins of
the Slitheen, the Blathereen, are orange! They have a picture as well! But it does look like it could just be a Slitheen in Orange lighting though. We shall see. See it here.

Chandra.

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Eve Myles in 'Framed' at 8.30pm, tonight on BBC1

Not very 'Who releated but just a reminder to tune in and watch Eve Myles (Gwen Cooper) star as Angharad, a local welsh school teacher in new Drama 'Framed', tonight at 8.30pm on BBC1. It is a screen adaption of the award winning novel by Frank Cottrell Boyce. The running time is 90 minutes.

Eve said: "Angharad is quite different to Gwen, as she's quieter, and more thoughtful. She's not soft, she's feisty, but a lot more complicated. She's quite nosy, but only because she's lived there for such a long time, and nothing much happens.

I have read the book myself and it is one of my all time favourites. Below is a synopsis.

Set almost entirely in Wales, Framed tells the story of 10-year-old Dylan Hughes and his family's struggle to keep their small petrol station, which sits at the foot of a mountain in North Wales, afloat.

Manod village is a rain-soaked community where hope is thin on the ground, and money even thinner. When Dylan's dad suddenly leaves home, things get even tougher for him, his sisters Minnie and Marie, baby brother Max, and his mother.

Da's departure however, coincides with the secretive arrival of a convoy of men and trucks, who take residence on top of the mountain. The villagers discover that the National Gallery in London has been flooded, and the priceless paintings sent by the lorry load to Wales for safe storage in the bowels of the old slate mine inside Manod mountain (as they were back in the Second World War).

In charge of this is Lester, an intelligent but uptight art curator who prefers paintings to people. That is, until a funny and pivotal misunderstanding leads him to invite Dylan to view the paintings inside the mountain. What ensues is good news for both Lester and the rather depressed town of Manod.

Manod develops an interest in art and Lester develops an interest in Manod, in the form of the lovely Angharad, the local school teacher. Through the transformative power of art, Manod starts to transform itself, beginning with the service station, where Mam and the children revive the flagging fortunes of the petrol station by broadening the services they offer into catering and a coffee bar.

However, despite everybody's best efforts, the petrol station faces closure when the family fail to generate enough cash to keep it going. Could an audacious art theft solve their problems?

Please do watch this. You won't be dissapointed, I'm sure.

Chandra.

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Sunday, 30 August 2009

BBC Announce new Tenth Doctor Audio!

BBC Audiobooks have now officially released the synopsis released for a new, upcoming Doctor Who Audio CD entitled The Day of the Troll. It is expected to be released on 8th October, and retail at an RRP of £9.99. The cover has not yet been revealed, but as soon as it is, we will have it for you. You can view the synopsis here:


The story follows the Doctor as he arrives on Earth in the far future. He is horrified to find the planet beset by famine and starvation, and England as a barren wasteland. Scientists are desperately seeding the ground to make the crops grow again, but now it seems that something even worse is happening... Karl Baring, the owner of research facility The Grange, has been snatched away in the middle of the night. His sister Katy was with him when he vanished, but is now in catatonic shock - so it's up to the Doctor, with the help of the scientists at The Grange, to investigate. What is lurking under the old bridge, and why is it preying on people? The Doctor must find out, or else it might strike again.

Sounds great! I'll buy it!

Chandra.

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The Sarah Jane Adventures site update!

The official website for the The Sarah Jane Adventures has recenty been updated with brand new features. It sports a brand new layout, similar to the one on the Doctor Who official website, which makes it easier to navigate round. You can now view profiles for all the characters from the Doctor Who spin-off, including Rani Chandra and Maria Jackson's parents. You can also view profiles for all the enemies, plus a trailer maker, jigsaws, video games, and much, much more! You can view the website by clicking here. Do you prefer the new site to the old one?

Chandra.

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Monday SJA marathon on CBBC reminder

Just a reminder that this bank Holiday, Monday 31st August (Tomorow), The CBBC Channel are having a Sarah Jane Adventures marathon day with Invasion of The Bane and all the stories from series one – Revenge of the Slitheen to The Lost Boy.

Here's a trailer:

This is the Schedule-

Invasion of the Bane 09:00–10:00
When Maria meets Sarah Jane Smith, she’s thrown into a world of intrigue and danger.

Revenge of the Slitheen Part 1 10:00–10:30
Sarah Jane, Maria, Luke and Clyde discover the monstrous Slitheen are hiding in a school.

Revenge of the Slitheen Part 2 10:30–11:00
Children’s drama. Sarah Jane must save the Earth before the Slitheen switch off the sun.

Eye of the Gorgon Part 1 11:00–11:30
Sarah Jane and team encounter the Gorgon, a terrible creature that turns victims to stone.

Eye of the Gorgon Part 2 11:30–12:00
Sarah Jane and team encounter the Gorgon, a terrible creature that turns victims to stone.

Warriors of Kudlak Part 1 12:00–12:30
Luke and Clyde enter Combat 3000 – a game to train warriors run by the sinister Kudlak.

Warriors of Kudlak Part 2 12:30–13:00
Luke and Clyde have been kidnapped and drafted as soldiers in an endless war.

Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane Part 1 13:00–13:30
Maria wakes one morning to discover Sarah Jane has disappeared and only she remembers her.

Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane
Part 2 13:30–14:00
Maria is lost in time, and a meteor heads for Earth – with no Sarah Jane to stop it.

The Lost Boy Part 1 14:00–14:30
A couple appear claiming to be Luke’s real parents.

The Lost Boy Part 2 14:30–14:50
With her old enemies triumphant, it seems that Sarah Jane has finally been defeated.

Invasion of the Bane 14:50–15:55
When Maria meets Sarah Jane Smith, she’s thrown into a world of intrigue and danger.

Great for those who missed some of Series 1!

Chandra.

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Saturday, 29 August 2009

Dalek: "Would you care for some tea?" Audio recording

Not only has Alun. Vega caught us the first recording of the Eleventh Doctor, but also an audio of a Dalek saying "Would you care for some tea?" as well from filming.

Listen to it here.

Here are some of his very interesting spoilers and theories.

As far as I can tell, the story so far is that Bill Patersons character is some kind of Professor, a boffin working for Churchill during WW2. He believes hes invented the Daleks as a new super-weapon, though hes a bit fuzzy on how the idea came to him. The Daleks are stringing the Professor along, playing docile and very British.

Dalek: Would you care for some tea?

Churchill doesn't care where the Professor's "ironclads" came from, only that they have the potential to defeat the Nazis and win the war.

Churchill: Death to our enemies, Death to the 3rd Reich!
The Doctor: Yes, yes, and death to everyone else too.

The Doctor is trying to convince the Professor and Churchill not to unleash the Daleks, but they're not taking him seriously (possibly because he seems implausibly young?) hence his growing frustration and anger, as he turns on the playing-it-innocent Daleks:

The Doctor: I sent you back into the void. I saved the whole of reality from you. I am the Doctor, and you are the DALEKS!

My reading of this line is, he seems not only to be trying to convince Churchill and the Professor of the Daleks true nature, but also reminding himself of who he is: the Doctor!

The Professor (Bill Paterson) seems to warm to Amy, as they're both Scottish. I believe the Professor says: "Are you from the Islands?" Very sweet.

Amy Pond is definitely 100% Scottish. She has a soft accent, so her voice didn't carry far, making it hard to hear anything she said.

We glimpsed someone looking very Churchillian from the side, yesterday lunchtime, but didn't recognise the actor.

Remember it won't all be true. But it is plausible.

Chandra.

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Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Enemies trailer


Trailer for the third and last programme in the special documentary series about the greatest moments since the revival back in 2005. This week's focuses on the enemies. Thursday, 8pm BBC3.

Chandra.

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Hear The Eleventh Doctor speak and confirm Daleks!

Hear Matt Smith speak as The Doctor Here! Alun.Vega audio recorded this at the scene in Jacobs Antiques Center, Cardiff, August 28 2009.


Alun- I wasn't bugging them! I was simply standing in the stairwell above where they were recording. There is a open (caged) lift shaft - seen in Love & Monsters - and the sound carried upwards when the actors shouted, as Matt did here.


The Doctor (Matt Smith) says: "I send you back into the void. I saved the whole of reality from you. I am the Doctor, and you are the DALEKS!"
Lots of thanks to Alun.Vega

Chandra.

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Friday, 28 August 2009

Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Companions. Hot or Not?

Doctor Who - Greatest moments: The Companions, aired last night. It was more of the same really. There was no new information, just lots of clips and the odd interview. Next thursday is Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Enemies at 8pm on BBC3. Though Christopher Eccleston did get more screentime.

Missed it? Catch it here as always-

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Chandra.

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Today's Series One/Five Filming Update

At today's filming, the trailers are reportedly labeled, The Doctor, Amy, Enemy No 2, Voice of Enemy, andChurchill! They used the word Enemy before to refer to Daleks, who it probably is again afterwhat was seen yesterday! From this we can also that there is an Enemy number 1 at least, so multiple Daleks? And the voice of the Daleks is Nicholas Briggs as always. And Churchill! As this is obviously a WWII story that is very likley but could it just be a code name for somebody else? We shall see!

Bye!
Chandra.

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Yesterday's Series One/Five Filming Round Up

Here's a round up of yesterday's filming on top of the Glamorgan Building at Cardiff University. So far, we have seen Matt Smith and Karen Gillian, four World War II soldierswith a general in a blue uniform, and the Dalek. We can almost confirm it is a Dalek after these two photos-

The first picture is the key to the Dalek rumour. The man on the right is Barnaby Edwards. The main Dalek operator. The second one is of a the supposed Dalek next to a which shows that it is the same height as a Dalek. If this is not proof, then I don't know what is.

Chandra.

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Thursday, 27 August 2009

The Daleks are back!

This picture almost confirms it. THE DALEKS are back in Matt Smith's new series!


Here is a photograph of a Dalek from todays filming on top of the Glamorgan Building at Cardiff University. You can't see much, but people did see it moving and get a better glimpse! And it has been confirmed its the same style Dalek head as the RTD era Daleks!
Thanks to Dalek Supreme and Combom for that.

Though remember, this could be a red Herring from the 'Who crew...

More filming pictures soon!

Chandra.

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Channel 4 to show 'Who in 3D!

Channel 4 is joining the 3D revolution by ordering UK-made content that can be viewed in 3D on standard TV sets. The broadcaster is planning a week of stripped peaktime 3D programming this autumn which includes the 1993 Doctor Who Children in Need special!

Source

The special, called 'Dimensions in time' is a crossover between Doctor Who and the soap opera EastEnders. It ran in two parts on November 26 and 27, 1993, and was filmed on the EastEnders Albert Square set. Following the cancellation of Doctor Who in 1989, this was the last 'Who we saw until the 1996 TV Movie.

Chandra.

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Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Companions REMINDER

Just a quick reminder that at 8pm on BBC3 is the second of three special documentaries taking a look at elements of Doctor Who by reliving its greatest moments since the show’s revival in 2005. This one is specificially aimed at the compaions. The trailer is below:


Chanda.

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Doctor Who DVD Files #17


Issue #17 of the Doctor Who DVD Files was released across the United Kingdom today, and is now available to buy at good newsagents for the price of £6.99. This issue comes with episode five and six of Doctor Who series three; Evolution of the Daleks and The Lazarus Experiment, on DVD, and includes detailed episode guides for both adventures. This fortnight's edition of The Doctor Who DVD Files also includes a behind the scenes interview with Mark Gatiss and takes a look a The Third Doctor, the Daleks, the Draconians, the Sycorax, Tallulah, and Professor Lazarus' ageing machine. #18 of The Doctor Who DVD Files will be released in two weeks time and will come with the seventh and eighth episodes of Doctor Who series three; 42 and Human Nature, on DVD.


Chandra.

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SJA Series 2 information released!

Back after a day away. Lot's of posts now! First things first-


2Entertain today released information regarding their upcoming release of The Sarah Jane Adventures series two on DVD, including the cover for the boxset. It will contain a total of three discs which will feature all twelve episodes of the series and special features. It shall an approximate running time of three hundred and thirty seven minutes. The cover for the DVD is above it's official promotional synopsis below;

Life on Earth can be an adventure too! Get ready for more danger, mystery and wonder as incomparable Sarah Jane Smith returns for a second series of the spectacular, thrilling children's drama from the makers of Doctor Who and Torchwood! When Sarah's adopted son, Luke, first became part of Sarah Jane's life, he encountered a world of adventure - not just of dangerous aliens bent on invasion and destruction, but also an amazing world of wonder and excitement which showed him that the universe really is an amazing place. This is something that Sarah Jane is keen to keep from Bannerman Road, and Series Two's newest addition, fourteen-year-old Rani Chandra and her parents Gita and Haresh. But sparky Rani is a wannabe journalist and, like Sarah Jane, is not the type to let a mystery go unsolved!

Series 2 of The Sarah Jane Adventures is scheduled for release on the November 9th and will be on sale at an RRP of £19.99. The bonus features on the box set will be interviews with the cast and crew, story synopsis', a gadget glossary, a quiz with special prizes, character profiles, a photo gallery, audio clips, UK TV spots, and trailers.

The release date of the set has come under fire by many people who are not happy that it is being released over a year after it first aired. But will you be buying it? I know I will. Although the picture of Liz Sladen is rather unflattering.

Chandra.

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Wednesday, 26 August 2009

4000 Hits!

As of a few minutes ago, News through Time and Space has over 4000 hits! Thanks all but especially Dave for running such a great site, it's great to be part of it! This site is just getting bigger and bigger!


Chandra.

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Tuesday, 25 August 2009

The Dalek Collection Cover


The official cover of The Dalek Collection has been revealed today. This DVD will consist of seven episodes of Doctor Who. It will be released on 16th October this year across the United Kingdom and Ireland at an RRP of £15.99. Thanks to The Gallifrey Times for the cover. A synopsis is below.


The Dalek Collection, featuring Christopher Eccleston as The Ninth Doctor & David Tennant as The Tenth Doctor. Celebrate one of Doctor Who’s deadliest foes in this fantastic collector’s DVD. Specially packaged and featuring seven action-packed adventures from the new series plus an exclusive interview with David Tennant on this terrifying enemy. Watch the Doctor and his companions battle against the Daleks, a distillation of all that is evil in the Universe in these thrilling episodes: Dalek, Bad Wolf, The Parting Of the Ways, Daleks in Manhattan, Evolution of the Daleks, The Stolen Earth and Journey's End.

The cover look's great in my opinion, though I personally won't be buying thsi as I already have many of the episodes on DVD already, but for anyone that does not, this is great! Though the exclusion of Army of the Ghosts/Doomsday has not gone down well with everyone.

Chandra.

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Doctor Who Adventures #130

In this weeks issue of Doctor Who Adventures...
  • Back to School Special with a Free Planet of the Dead Stationary Set
  • Who News has a spoiler of a certain someones return
  • Top Ten - Children in Doctor Who
  • Fact File - Scary Schools
  • Quiz - Is Your Teacher an Alien?
  • Interview - Meet the Dalek Men
  • Comic Strip - The Sparkling Planet
  • Plus Posters and Puzzles
#130 is due for release on the 27th August at all good news-agents!

Chandra.

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Play.com Bargain Round-Up

Play.com have now reduced lots of figures in their 'everything under £5' sale. Here's a round-up of the bargains.

'Who Figures
Jabe £4.99
SV7 Robot £4.99
Sea Devil £4.99
Zygon £4.99

Torchwood Figures
Weevil £4.99

Time Squad

Roleplay Items

And that's about it! Be quick though- they will go soon! And remember Play.com has free delivery.

Chandra.

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Torchwood 2010 Yearbook


Recently, Titan Magazines released some information regarding their upcoming Torchwood 2010 Yearbook including the cover for the publication (above). The book will feature new short stories, interviews with many members of the show's cast and crew, secrets from behind the scenes and much, much more. It's official synopsis is below;


Torchwood is an action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled sci-fi series following the adventures of a team of investigators, working for the secret organisation Torchwood, who use scavenged alien technology to solve present day crime - both alien and human. The team, led by the enigmatic, ever-watchful Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman reprising his Doctor Who role in this spin-off from the legendary series), are separate from the government, outside the police and beyond the United Nations. This full-color companion to the show contains behind the scenes secrets, cast and crew interviews and Torchwood short stories!

The yearbook will be released on the twenty eighth of August and will go on sale at an RRP of £9.99. It will have a total of ninety six pages and at the moment, plans have only been revealed to release the book as a hardback publication. It will be the second Torchwood yearbook to be released and it will follow on from the first which was released last year. Will you be buying a copy of this Torchwood 2010 Yearbook when it's released in all good book stores later this month?

Chandra.

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First SJA Promo Picture Emerges!


The Latest promotional picture for the third series of The Sarah Jane Adventures. They seem to be out in the countryside. I wonder which episode it could be from?
Thanks to Sarah-Jane.TV for that.

Chandra.

PS- Sorry about the lack of news yesterday, blogger was messing up for me but I'm on a different computer now.

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Sunday, 23 August 2009

Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Enemies revealed!

The BBC today revealed, that the third documentary in the new ‘Doctor Who’s Greatest Moments’ series will air next month on BBC Three titles Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Enemies. In total, there are three episodes currently announced for the series and each one takes a look at an element of Doctor Who by reliving its greatest moments since the show’s revival in 2005. The first episode took a look at some of The Doctor’s most memorable moments aired last week and featured many clips and interviews. Next Thursday, the second episode of this series will air at 8pm on BBC Three and will take look at The Doctor’s many companions. The last documenty will take a look at The Doctor’s powerful enemies and like with all episodes of this special series, have an approximate running time of sixty minutes. Reminders for the these documentaries will be posted here on this site before they air. The last one sounds good. Hopefully it will be better than the one already aired.

Chandra.

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Saturday, 22 August 2009

Ratings for Doctor Who - Greatest Moments: The Doctor

The Doctor Who News Page has the ratings for Doctor Who - Greatest Moments - The Doctor. According to unofficial overnight figures, Doctor Who Greatest Moments was watched by 400,000 viewers on BBC Three, making it the sixth most watched programme of the day on multi-channel Television.


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Friday, 21 August 2009

RTD drops lots of hints!


In two new video's, Russel T. Davies drops hints about the hand that picked up the Master' ring in The Last of the Timelords (3.13).


"Who says that she picked up that ring?" (Referring to Lucy Saxon)
"It looked older than Lucy Saxon's hand I would say, if you study that hand"
"We'll see more of that hand"
"It's not quite as simple as it sounds"

So it looks like the mysteries surrounding the ring shall not be mysteries for much longer. Though he did also say that the actual hand was producer Tracy Simpson.

He also said that John (Barrowman) and Eve (Myles) are dying to do a fourth series of Torchwood but it would be well into the new year before anything started happening. He said he would also come back and do it as well.

So the future looks bright!

The videos are here:

Chandra.

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Doctor Who Adventures #129


Issue #129 of Doctor Who Adventures was released yesterday. This week's issue takes a look at Doctor Who's top ten great escapes and it comes with a free monster note pad, pen and some stickers.
What are the greatest escapes in Doctor Who?

The Doctor and his friends have managed to escape from many great dangers during their exciting travels – and in this week’s Doctor Who Adventures, there’s a list of the ten best.

There’s also a cool adventure guide to The Doctor’s Daughter, the story that involved a big shock for the Time Lord!

This week’s issue comes with a free note pad, stickers and a Doctor Who pen. All this and…

• Brilliant posters!
• A brand-new comic strip
• Meet a giant robot in a photo story
• Behind the scenes secrets – filming the theft of an ancient cup.
• Make a monster! How to create a Stingray.
• Puzzles and competitions – great prizes could be yours!
• Subscription offer – subscribe today and get a free Cybermen Collection DVD.

Doctor Who Adventures, issue 129, priced £2.10, hit the shops on Thursday 20 August!

Chandra.

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