The Doctor and River Song
Hallo, Planet Earth. Bit of a brief involuntary hiatus – I got married, thankfully not nearly as suddenly as the Doctor did. And in conjunction with, I’m moving, so that means my workstation is entirely in bits and pieces. Not conducive to maintaining a website. Hopefully this should be straightened out before long.
Meanwhile, here’s a bit more marriage …
Thin Fat Married Gay Anglican Marines
Amy Pond and Rory Williams
John Smith and Joan Redfern
Sir Robert and Lady Isobel
Jackie and Pete Tyler
Yes, I know the best ones on marriage are probably from The Angels Take Manhattan, but I haven’t capped that one yet.
The BBC’s new official site for the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who has just been launched! Go look and enjoy. I expect it will be frequently updated with news and offers.
a.k.a. “Silence Tally Mark Day” – this is burning up the Facebook today – I don’t think it’s taken over tumblr just yet.
Suggestion: there is such a thing as washable markers. Using a Sharpie might indicate a more serious commitment than warranted.
The BBC have just announced the start date for series 7.2 – Easter Saturday! That’s 30 March, in case your calendar is not handy. I’ve just updated the counter to the right.
Breaking news: The Doctor Who Team at BBC One have announced that the Children in Need special, a prequel for the Christmas special and written by Steven Moffat, will be aired on Friday, along with a new trailer including the Doctor’s new companion. They’ll be available online afterward.
Full article here.
This is what happens when you produce content featuring an immensely popular incarnation of the Doctor and then feature it in an experiment involving reasonably priced downloads. I am hoping big Finish make ridiculous scads of money and then decide to offer all their content at reasonable cost.
No need to get too excited. Evidence of Time Lord technology has not been spotted. It’s about the discovery of a binary star system with two planets.
Doctor Who News reports that Neil Gaiman has just been awarded the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for The Doctor’s Wife and revealed in his acceptance speech that he is working on another episode. Full details at Doctor Who News and the full list of winners at the Hugo Awards website.