Monday, 31 January 2011
Sunday, 30 January 2011
Saturday, 29 January 2011
The first phase of work on BBC Wales' new drama production village in Cardiff Bay is complete. The centre will be home to dramas Casualty, Pobol y Cwm, Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as future commissions. The final section of concrete floor will be laid in a "topping out" ceremony later.
Friday, 28 January 2011
Doctor Who has gone from time lord to tiny lord - after being regenerated as a mini toy. He and his foes are to be launched as a new pocket-sized range of collectable action figures which will launch in the spring. His sidekick Amy Pond is also part of the range, which includes enemies such as daleks, cybermen and weeping angels. Fans will also be able to get building bricks to build their Doctor Who universe after BBC Worldwide teamed up with toy firm Character Options for the range. It has already launched a collection of five inch-high figures. Doctor Who actor Matt Smith was delighted with his dinky incarnation. He said: "It was very surreal and funny coming face to face with a miniature version of myself as the Doctor - but I'm glad that the Doctor's trusty Sonic Screwdriver is in his hand, ready to fend off attacks from monsters."
And sidekick Karen Gillan - who plays Amy - said it was a "strange sensation" seeing herself "immortalised in plastic and miniature and buildable - and dissectible". She added: "I'm loving Pond's flaming ginger mane and it's funny to think that the Doctor and Amy are small enough to travel around in someone's pocket." The range is being unveiled at the London Toy Fair next week.
Thursday, 27 January 2011
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Saturday, 22 January 2011
The tenth Time Lord's partner Georgia Moffett, daughter of fifth Doctor Peter Davison, is due to give birth in the spring.David, 39, and actress Georgia, 26, who made a brief appearance in the series in 2008, have kept the pregnancy secret from all but those closest to them.