It’s a spooky shinanagans this week with our review of Hide but first we have our Gallifreyan duty to bring you the latest news. Shall we?
Want to create your own Doctor Who fan project? The BBC have now released Mission Dalek, a content for you lot to make your own Who creation. Video, animation, whatever you want. We’re looking forward to seeing some great stuff with this one.
As we reported last week with the US getting a cinema 3D showing of series 8’s two-part finale, some other counties are now following suit. You lucky folk in Denmark and Russia are now able to catch it too, also on the 15th and 16th of September.
Could we be getting more back links to previous series’ of Who? A recent location shoot has been confirmed at Eddie’s Diner in Cardiff, conveniently the same location used in The Impossible Astronaut. Hmmmm.
Show runner Steven Moffat has been teasing some more series 9 information in the latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine but this time very cryptic, using only a few words this time; “Cards”, “Hybrid”, “Cobbles”, “Solo”, “Dead”. What can it all mean?
A new book series Doctor Who: The Complete History is coming next month. This impressive series of books goes behind the scenes of popular episodes from each Doctor’s era with a new book out each fortnight. If you want to find out more about the behind-the-scenes of Who, this could be for you.
Can Who do a good old fashioned ghost story? What turns out to be be a case of mistaken identity The Doctor and Clara must solve the case to help a stranded person in a pocket dimension. Does it put the hairs up on the back of our neck or does it leave us cold?
This week’s trivia question
Last episode we asked you – By what names do the Doctor and his companions call themselves in the Gunfighters? The answer is – Dr Calligari, Steven Regret and Dodo Dupont.
This week’s question is – Which publication does Sarah Jane Smith work for? Give us your answer in the comments below or post it on Twitter or Facebook. Good luck!
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