Saturday, 30 April 2011

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Curse of the Black spot Prequel

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DW Day of the moon report

Another classic, and what an ending!

We left last week with River and Rory finding a The Lodger type TARDIS and Amy announcing she was pregnant to the Doctor, then shooting the girl in the spacesuit, and instead of explaining it, we find Amy is being pursued by Canton and the FBI, three months later (July 1969)...

In Area 51, the Doctor is prisoner and has grown a beard. In New York Canton and the FBI catch up with River who jumps out of a High Rise building. They are building the Doctor a prison that is everything proof, radio waves, sound, light etc. The prison is finished, Canton brings Rory and Amy's body into it and closes the door, and frees the Doctor, the TARDIS arrives they all escape and pick up River as she falls.

When they leave the TARDIS the Doctors beard seems thinner, then he is clean shaven, how? They find that even pictures of the Silence are forgotten, so the Doctor fits them with nano-technology that records any lost events.

At Greystark Hall Amy and Canton look for the girl, they find someone in charge who is losing it, he thinks there are children there but there aren't any. Amy encounters many Silence and they abduct her. Canton shoots a Silent and videos it wounded.

Meanwhile the Doctor makes adjustments to the Command Module at NASA, they take him prisoner and Nixon and Canton free him, then a trip in the TARDIS to the Doctors prison and appear from inside it.

The Doctor has captured the Spacesuit but no little girl, it contains 20 different alien technologies. The Silence are parasites, they never do anything, if they need anything they get humans to create it. The wounded silence is prisoner inside the Doctors prison.

Rory remembers being an Auton, but can shut it off, like closing a door.

They edit the video of the wounded silent so it says "You should kill us all on sight" and transmit it over the moon landings to viewers, so Silence have ordered their own executions by humans.

Canton wants to marry a black man BTW! Amy isn't pregnant (but a photo of her with a baby was seen).

And the surprise - 6 Months later, December 1969. A hobo going through some rubbish, the girl from the Spacesuit stumbles, he asks her if she is alight, she replies No, I'm dying. The homeless man is alarmed, ...but its ok she continues because its starting... Her hands and body start to glow bright orange and energy starts to float off of her, the hobo is scared and runs away, the little girl starts regenerating. Roll end credits, now you didn't see that coming did you, we have known for over 2 weeks, didn't initially believe it, but here it is!

Episode 603 The Curse of the Black Spot (originally was to be episode 9 in the autumn BTW) is on next Saturday at 6.15pm.

UK people can watch it on iplayer here, did you watch it outside the UK through our link VLC :)

Remember we will have all the usuals online shortly, watch this blog! :) A lot more was in it, but its a very complex, busy and great story!

Watch day of the Moon live stream

During Doctor Who broadcasts, we have always been able to provide our international readers with a quality, easy-to-use, and timely video of the latest episode. We have always been here to update you on our progress too, as we are human.

But this week, long before we post our regular streaming video, we welcome our international readers, or anyone who cannot watch "Day of the Moon" for whatever reason, to join us as we enjoy a live feed of BBC One. It works anywhere in the world and will be set in just under an hour for "Day of the Moon"!



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20 things about DW: Day of the moon

01) There's an incredibly long pre-titles recap.
02) The Doctor needs rescuing from NASA.
03) RTD's gay agenda is back.
04) Rory loves grits. Who doesn't?
05) The Sonic Screwdriver is used as a weapon of sorts.
06) A whole twenty different kinds of alien tech?
07) Amy, Rory, and River Song are being hunted down by the FBI. But who's running the show?
08) Neil Armstrong's foot!
09) Two main characters are shot in different scenes in the same way.
10) The Doctor and River Song sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. . . OK, not a tree...
11) The big link to The Lodger isn't solved this time.
12) Regeneration? The youngest one yet?
13) Amy goes missing for about twenty minutes of screentime. Is it to a future episode I wonder?
14) Look out for the Doctor's unexplained beard.
15) "This world is ours. We have ruled it since the wheel and the fire."
16) Did the Doctor start Watergate?
17) A Cyber-what?
19) This is a revolution - and today the battle begins.
20) River Song goes for a dip in the TARDIS pool.

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Totoro, Doraemon, Bakugan Shown Free in Quake Areas

Since April 7, Studio Ghibli has been collaborating with the non-governmental organization Peace Winds Japan to screen My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service, and other works for free in areas hit by the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake disaster (Higashi Nihon Daishinsai). A "caravan" has been travelling from area to area with Ghibli DVDs, a projector, and a screen. In the first two weeks alone, the caravan went to 16 places in Miyagi Prefecture's Kesenuma City, Iwate Prefecture's Rikuzentakata City, and other areas.

A representative of Peace Winds Japan explained that the disaster has traumatized children, and the Peace Winds and Japan and Ghibli agreed they can do something to soothe them.

Similarly, the film Doraemon: Nobita no Kyoryu [2006] (Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur) is being screened for free in the affected areas from Friday to Sunday during the Golden Week holidays. The organizer of this effort, Akira Tanaka, is reporting on his travels on his Twitter account @akiratequila. In a related development, Shogakukan and Yahoo! Japan have been offering five Doraemon manga stories for free on iPhones, iPads, and personal computers from April 27 to May 10, all to support the quake recovery efforts.

Also in response to the earthquake and tsunami, TMS Entertainment is streaming four family and children's television anime for free on its Movie Square site from April 28 to May 12. The four titles are Mameushi-kun, Pururun! Shizuku-chan Aha, Zenryoku Usagi, and Bakugan Battle Brawlers.

The Kinder Film Festival in Tokyo is not only organizing a Tōhoku Ōen Jōeikai Kodomo Anime Caravan in four cities from May 1 to May 5, but voice actress Keiko Toda is personally coming to dub the children's program Thomas and Friends live at each locale. The caravan will also show Pingu, Shaun the Sheep, and Komatori Eiga Komaneko.

Friday, 29 April 2011

BBC One drama trailer Inc DW and TW

K-ON film teaser trailer

The official website of the K-ON! anime franchise began streaming the first teaser trailer for the upcoming film on Friday. The film will open in over 130 theaters in Japan on December 3.

The first set of advance tickets also went on sale at participating theaters on Friday, but this batch of tickets — each with one of five bonus special clear files — have been selling out in some locations.

The movie will depict a story not told in the television series, even though it will follow the five female members of Sakuragaoka High School's light music club while they are still attending high school. The original television voice cast will reprise their respective roles in the movie, as will most of the main staff.

The curse of the black spot prequel

Following on from the first "prequel" for The Impossible Astronaut, the BBC have announced the second of their mini-episode preludes, this time providing an introduction to episode three, The Curse of the Black Spot, due to be broadcast on 7th May.

The full prequel will be available from here and the BBC website on 6:45pm Saturday, straight after the conclusion to Day of the Moon.

Watch to TX series 1 of DW

Tomorrow sees several channels dedicated to coverage of the Royal Wedding; however, as an alternative, you could always experience the first few adventures of the Ninth Doctor instead, with digital channel Watch broadcasting Rose, The End of the World, Aliens of London/World War 3, The Long Game and Father's Day from 10:00am!

DW series 6 the doctor's wife press release

The BBC have released press details for episode four of the current series, The Doctor's Wife, written by Neil Gaiman and directed by Richard Clark
The Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the signal to a junkyard planet sitting upon a mysterious asteroid in a Bubble universe, populated by a very strange family, as the time-travelling drama continues.

The Doctor, Amy and Rory are given the warmest of welcomes by Auntie, Uncle and Nephew. But the beautiful and insane Idris greets them in a more unusual fashion – what is she trying to tell the Doctor? As the Doctor investigates, he unwittingly puts his friends in the gravest danger.

The Doctor is played by Matt Smith, Amy by Karen Gillan, Rory by Arthur Darvill and Idris by Suranne Jones.

The programme is due to be broadcast in the UK on Saturday 14th May at a time to be confirmed next week.

Meanwhile it has been confirmed that the UK Broadcast of Episode Three: The Curse of the Black Spot will be at the slightly later time of 6.15pm. It will again be sandwiched between Don't Scare the Hare and So You think You Can Dance. ITV1 will show New People Do the Funniest Things.

Thursday, 28 April 2011

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10 teasers for day of the moon

Here are 10 Teasers for Doctor Who 602 Day of the Moon from Digital Spy.

1. There's a touch of the 2000 film Memento about this episode.

2. "You're building me the perfect ****** and it still won't be enough!" [PRISON]

3. The Tardis swimming pool plays a vital role in a daring escape attempt.

4. Watch out for a terrifically creepy performance from Kerry Shale, who plays the disturbed Dr. Renfrew.

5. At least one of the shocking twists from last week's episode is called into question, but who can The Doctor really trust?

6. If you don't feel sorry for Rory at least once while watching this episode, then you're truly heartless.

7. Speaking of Rory, if you've been wondering whether he remembers his 2000 years as Amy's plastic guardian, then this episode provides a definitive answer.

8. "Night terrors... with a hotline to the White House."

9. The Doctor has a new experience, while River does something for the very last time.

10. The final scene contains an absolutely shocking twist. [We know what this is, and yes, its monumental, more about it later this week, and DON'T leave it as a comment please.]

TW: Miracle day teaser trailer

Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Classic DW to TX on the BBC

The Radio Times have reported that The Hand of Fear is to be broadcast as a tribute to the late Elisabeth Sladen; the story was her last appearance as series regular Sarah Jane Smith alongside Tom Baker's portrayal as The Doctor.

The four episode story will be broadcast in two parts across Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th May on BBC4.



Episode details may be found both on the Radio Times

AI (Appreciation Index) for DW Impossible astronaut)

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut, scored an Appreciation Index figure of 88, one of the highest figures of the weekend.

The Appreciation Index, or AI figures is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. It is a score out of 100 based on responses from a 5,000 strong panel.

The score is the joint highest ever received for a series opener, Smith and Jones also scored 88. Last year only two episodes managed a score of 88 or above. Only Lewis on ITV1 scored higher over the weekend, with the show preceding Doctor Who, Don't Scare the Hare receiving one of the lowest scores on record, 46.

In a measure of how successful Doctor Who was over the weekend, no programme on Sunday managed to get more than 6 million watching, including Coronation Street which had 5.9 million viewers; this means Doctor Who remains in 13th position for the week, one which will rise when final figures are released.

David Tennant's performance in United had an audience of 3.2 million on BBC Two/BBC HD.

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Sega to Unveil New Hatsune Miku Project on Thursday

The Japanese game company Sega opened a teaser site to reveal that it will launch a new tentative project on Thursday, April 28. The address of the site is miku.sega.jp/newproject, and the site features a silhouette of the Hatsune Miku virtual idol character from Crypton Future Media's vocal-song synthesis software package.

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BAFTA Nomination for DW

Matt Smith has been nominated for the British Academy Television Award (BAFTA) for Best Actor for his performance as the Eleventh Doctor in the 2010 series of Doctor Who - the first time in the programme's history that one of its leads has been nominated for this prestigious award. He is up against Benedict Cumberbatch (for BBC One's Sherlock, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss), former Comic Relief Doctor Jim Broadbent (for Channel 4's Any Human Heart) and Daniel Rigby (for BBC Two biopic Eric and Ernie).

The BAFTA Awards are the most prestigious awards given in the British television industry, analogous to the Primetime Emmy Awards in the United States. The winners of most of the categories, including the one in which Smith is nominated, are decided by a jury of industry experts. Doctor Who last triumphed at the main ceremony in 2006, when the first season of the new series, starring Christopher Eccleston, won the Best Drama Series category, and the programme also took home the viewer-voted Audience Award, and Russell T Davies was given the honorary Dennis Potter Award for achievement in television writing. The 2008 series, starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate, was also nominated for the Best Drama Series category at the 2009 awards, but lost out to BBC One's British version of Wallander.

The series and its personnel have, however, won several awards at the BAFTA Cymru and BAFTA Craft Awards ceremonies since Doctor Who returned to the screens in 2005. The winners of this year's main BAFTA Awards will be announced at a ceremony on Sunday 22nd May, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. BBC News has a report on the nominations.

DW American and Canadian ratings

BBC Worldwide have revealed that the series premier of Doctor Who broke new records for BBC America giving the channel its highest-rated, most-watched telecast ever in Live + Same Day ratings.

Altogether Doctor Who delivered almost 1.3 million viewers in the states, a rise of 71,000 viewers over last season’s opening episode The Eleventh Hour.

The channel also notes
Viewership across all of BBC America's Doctor Who YouTube content reached an all-time high of 3.5 million views.
The official debut of Doctor Who on Tumblr reached over 10,000 followers in two weeks.
Doctor Who is currently the number 1 TV series on the iTunes store.
BBCAmerica.com pulled in its largest traffic ever. On its best day, Saturday, April 23, 74% of users were new visitors to the site.

Meanwhile across the border on SPACE, a record 538,000 total viewers watched the premier in Canada, up 3% over the previous most-watched Doctor Who episode, making The Impossible Astronaut the most-watched SPACE broadcast this year.

The premiere also broke records among several key demographics including Adults 18-49 (up 7% with 292,000 viewers); Women 25-54 (up 50% with 111,000 viewers); and Women 18-49 (up 62% with 114,000 viewers).

Monday, 25 April 2011

Detective conan schedule

The much-awaited London arc has finally arrived. Here are the Detective Conan episodes airing in May:

May 07, 2011

#614 The Secret That The Diary Plays (Part One)

Manga chapters: Vol. 69 File 10 – Vol. 70 File 1

May 14, 2011
#615 The Secret That The Diary Plays (Part Two)

Manga chapters: Vol. 69 File 10 – Vol. 70 File 1

May 21, 2011
#616 Holmes’s Revelation: The Great Detective’s Disciple

Manga chapters: Vol. 71 File 3 – Vol. 72 File 1

May 28, 2011
#617 Holmes’s Revelation: Love is 0

Manga chapters: Vol. 71 File 3 – Vol. 72 File 1

awards news

Following a long tradition, Doctor Who is once again been nominated for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form in the annual Hugo Awards. This year sees A Christmas Carol (written by Stephen Moffat), The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang (also by Moffat), and Vincent and the Doctor (Richard Curtis) vying for the award, up against The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan and Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury by Rachel Bloom.

Since its return in 2005, Doctor Who has only been beaten once in this category: Steven Moffat was successful for the first three years with The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances (2006), The Girl in the Fireplace (2007) and Blink (2008); 2009 was the 'gap' year with Moffat's Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead and Russell T Davies's Turn Left losing out to Joss Whedon's Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog; last year saw Davies and Phil Ford win the award with The Waters of Mars.

This year's award winners will be revealed on Saturday 20th August at Renovation, the 69th World Science Fiction convention taking place at Reno, Nevada over that weekend.

Sunday, 24 April 2011

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Ratings

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut was watched by 6.5 million viewers, according to unofficial overnight figures.

The programme which has a share of 37% of the total audience, was the highest rated show on BBC One for the day, a remarkable achievement given the early timeslot and the excellent bank holiday weather across the UK. It was more than two million viewers ahead of the next programme on BBC One, Casualty.

Overall it was the second highest rated programme on all TV with Britain's Got Talent on ITV1 taking the top slot with 9.5 million watching. Against Doctor Who, March of the Dinosaurs had an average audience of just 1.3 million watching.

To show what a draw Doctor Who is, the programme preceding it had just 1.9 million watching. The BBC One audience jumped from 2.2 to 6.0 million as Doctor Who began, with the audience growing throughout the programme and an average of 7 million watching the final fifteen minutes. At the end of the show, over half of the viewers left BBC One, with the channel seeing its audience plunge from 7.0 million to 3.2 million.

Of the 6.5million viewers watching Doctor Who, 0.76 million watched on BBC HD.

On BBC Three, Doctor Who Confidential had 0.55 million viewers, with an additional 40,000 watching on BBC HD.

On CBBC 0.71 million tuned in for the tribute to Elisabeth Sladen, My Sarah Jane, a 4.1% share of the total audience.

Doctor Who is currently the 13th highest rated show for the week. Final figures, including those who recorded the show and watched it later, will be released next week.

DW The Impossible astronaut press reaction

A roundup of some of the comments in the press for the premiere of The Impossible Astronaut. Please note that as these are reviews, spoilers may be present.

United Kingdom

Gavin Fuller writes in the Telegraph:
Moffat clearly loves the way Doctor who can play around with concepts of time, and this episode was one which dealt in a mature manner with this, aided by some fizzing dialogue as the episode progressed; this was quite a wordy episode which concentrated more on atmosphere than pace and visual thrills.

Matt Smith still arguably needs to find the right balance between serious and humour. The latter occasionally jarred in such a deeply layered episode as this. I don’t quite see why Amy had an urgent need in the middle of a warehouse to tell him about her pregnancy, unless the Silence’s instructions to her previously in the episode were responsible in some way (tricky though as she’d surely forgotten them after leaving the rest room?).

This minor quibble aside, this was a cracking start to the first part of the 2011 series, with the shocking ending of Amy seemingly shooting a girl making one keen wait for the conclusion next week to see how it all resolves itself.
However, Robert Colvile, was less impressed:
The central problem, however, is that while the Nixon references were wonderful (who knew the Doctor was to blame for Watergate?) and the jokes sparkling, many of the elements felt not just frenzied, but familiar. It’s one thing to refer to previous episodes, but Moffat recycled a host of tropes and tricks from his own work on the series ... It could be, given Moffat’s stellar record on both Doctor Who and Sherlock, that this was entirely deliberate, and will pay off later. But stir in the brain-melting time-travel paradoxes and multitude of dangling plot threads, and this felt like a writer stirring everything into the pot, and damn the need for exposition. The result was an episode that rewarded the dedicated fan but could leave the younger or casual viewer baffled.

Similarly Dan Martin of the Guardian enthuses:
Hello sweeties! And welcome back. There's really nowhere else to begin than with that death scene. Sudden and brutal and unexpected even though, on thinking about it for even a minute, it was really quite obvious who was going to die. But the cremation on the boat and Amy's numb horror ramps things up to a series-finale level of intensity from the off – and it doesn't let up for the duration of this staggeringly confident series opener. There's little time to even breathe as the episode then switches into an Oval Office comedy of manners, morphs into gothic horror and finally flings you to the ground with its cinematic cliffhanger.
However, Andrew Anthony of the Observer observed:
The key to great fantasy is that it conforms to its own reality. It doesn't matter if there are three-headed dogs, pink seas and everyone worships Dermot O'Leary, as long as it's all logical in that particular universe. The problem with Doctor Who is that logic long ago collapsed like a neutron star and there is no reality, but instead an ever-more frenzied effort to cover up the absence of what, back in this universe, we still refer to as a coherent plot.

... Most of the script was taken up with characters repeatedly saying things such as "Who's he?", "What's he doing?" and "Who are you?" It was like watching TV with one of those people – some of whom I share a house with – who keep asking you what's going on, except that on this occasion they were on the TV itself.

Kevin O'Sullivan of the Mirror was similarly disappointed:
SATURDAY night, BBC1... and Doctor Who storms back with the first of a two-part adventure called The Impossible Astronaut. As in impossible to understand. ... this ball of all-round confusion was no way to start a series. But I’m guessing the second instalment will end with the sonic screwdriver guy saving the world with seconds to spare. Again.

Dan Golder of SFX said:
So what we have here is a clever, ingenious plot, packed with standout set-pieces and boasting a feast of quotably funny lines. It feels darker, it feels slightly more adult, and it feels like a show willing to take risks. The direction and lighting are outstanding – especially in the underground scenes, which are edgy as hell. But there are some niggles.

At times it’s undeniably a little talky. There is an awful lot of information – a lot of it important, series-spanning information – and meaningfully salient character points shovelled into the mix, and this leads to a bit of story-telling drag occasionally. ... In fact, a lot of vital info suffers slightly by being delivered like a stand-up comedian going for a gags-per-hour record. Okay, we don’t want a return to the days when every piece of information was spoon-fed to us, but conversely, if something’s important then it shouldn’t be treated like a throwaway line. There’s a difference between watching something with your brain in gear, and having to hang on every single word, making notes.

But none of this cancels out the fact that “The Impossible Astronaut” is unique, exquisitely acted, beautifully shot and quite unlike anything else you’ll see on TV. Doctor Who’s back but you can’t help thinking – with delicious anticipation – that this year, things are going to be very different.

Simon Brew of Den of Geek:
... One final element I want to praise, and that's the setting, and how director, Toby Haynes, made the most of it. The last time Doctor Who tackled America, it was the troubled Daleks In Manhattan, notorious for British actors attempting to do American accents. By shifting the location shoot to the US, Haynes has some glorious scenery to stage his shots in, and he really doesn't disappoint. This is, at times, wonderfully cinematic Who (backed by a terrific Murray Gold score), and hopefully, such ambitious location shoots will be back on the agenda again in due course.

The Impossible Astronaut was, in all, a triumphant return for Doctor Who, bubbling with confidence and throwing down story strands that hint at an engrossing series. I could quibble about the fact that I struggled to always hear what The Silence had to say, if I was being really picky. But I don't want to be. This was glorious television, all the more remarkable for being a 48-year-old show that's still, time after time, finding interesting stories to tell.

United States

Rick Marshall of MTV:
Steven Moffat and the "Doctor Who" crew offer up yet another great episode with Toby Haynes behind the camera — though the episode's big cliffhanger will likely cause more than a few fans' heads to explode. Much like they did in "A Christmas Carol," the cast and creative team show a knack for playing with the wibbly-wobbily nature of time and keeping things moving at a pace that prevents you from pondering the criss-crossed timelines The Doctor leaves in his wake.

Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times:
One year in, Matt Smith is screwed into this role good and tight. Like many a mythological figure, his Doctor is an ancient child, an unstable mix of authority and impulsiveness. "I'm being extremely clever up here, and there's no one to stand around looking impressed," he says irritably, his three friends having gone off to discuss something he can't be allowed to know. "What's the point of having you all?"

What "Doctor Who" gives us, that so much science fiction does not nowadays with its pathological analysis of heroism, are romantic mad adventurers, not without their moments of doubt and pain but having a good time in between: The series conducts its serious business with a good deal of comedy. (These opening episodes are very funny, even by local standards.) That's not to say the darkness doesn't get in, within and without them; indeed, stories have gone repeatedly to the brink of nothingness — the extermination of the Earth, the unweaving of reality.

Matthew Milam of Chicago Now wasn't so impressed:
A few minutes into it, under the pen of current executive producer Steven Moffat, I came to realize one thing. The people behind the scenes of Doctor Who are beginning to run out of energy. As a result, they have run out of ideas. .... Doctor Who used to be a show that was fun. A show that never took itself seriously and a show that had the sense to cast good actors in the role who could take the most typical of science fiction plots and give them a new life. ... I cry because no one, including the actors, seem to be fighting for the show anymore. I cry because I believe I have officially come to the close conclusion that Doctor Who needs to retire again. Perhaps, I dare say it, forever. ... The reason I say cancel Doctor Who is not because I am a spiteful arse. I have written some good reviews for Doctor Who on Blogcritics. The problem is that good episodes of Doctor Who are far and few between. Even in the classic series that was an issue, but at least it felt like there was some attempt at making the characters connect with you. Maybe, just maybe, the BBC in now seeing this as a cash cow don't feel the need to develop strong stories, or even cast good actors for the show.

Saturday, 23 April 2011

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My Sarah Jane- A tribute to Elizabeth Sladen






the CBBC channel broadcast a special programme in tribute to Elisabeth Sladen, who died this week, aged 63.

The show featured memories of the actress from her co-stars on The Sarah Jane Adventures, Daniel Anthony, Anjli Mohindra and Tommy Knight, the two recent Doctors she worked with, David Tennant and Matt Smith, and series creator Russell T Davies, plus contributions from Katy Manning, John Barrowman and Barney Harwood. A variety of clips from throughout her 38-year association with Doctor Who appeared in the programme, including a montage at the end set the song She (as sung by Elvis Costello for the film Notting Hill).


The tribute programme is available to watch in the United Kingdom via the BBC iplayer until next Saturday (30th April).

The programme was watched by 707,000 viewers when broadcast, representing some 4.1% of the audience

DW day of the moon TV trailer

DW series 6 ep 1 review

The Doctor is caught hiding under a female artists skirts, cut to Amy and Rory reading about the Doctor and his TARDIS in a history book, the Doctor is on TV dancing with Laural and Hardy, Amy recieves a letter, its from the Doctor with map coordinates. Meanwhile River song gets the same letter in the Stormsage, and says she is leaving, Red lights flash, she is going to the planet America.

A yellow bus in the USA, Rory and Amy disembark, and meet the Doctor, River shoots the Doctors stetson off. They go to a diner and do diaries and speak of Jim The Fish. The Doctor says he has been running and its time to stop, and he needs everyones help in 1969.

Roll Credits.

They are having a picnic and drinking wine, the Doctor hates it. Amy sees a Silent on the hillside, then forgets, they admire the moon.

Canton Everett Delaware III arrives in a car, the Doctor waves to him. The Spacesuit is in the lake, the Doctor approaches, he speaks, it opens its visor, companions watch, it shoots the Doctor, he starts to regenerate, it shoots again, the Doctor is dead, everyone is sad. The Spacesuit returns to the lake, rivers butllets don't stop it.

Canton Everett Delaware III approaches, he has petrol, they find a boat and put him in and set it on fire. Canton says I wont see you again, but youll see me. But it's a future Doctor, from 200 years in the future.

When they regroup in a diner, they meet the Doctor from this time, he says 909 years old. The Doctor knows there is something going on between the companions.

The Doctor says he is late for a Biplane lesson in 1911, the companions persuade him to stay and something is afoot. The Doctor confronts River Song as to her identity.

Canton Everett Delaware III is ex-FBI. The Doctor lands the TARDIS in 1969 in the Oval office, it's invisible, the Doctor leaves the TARDIS, listens in to Nixon and is arrested, the strange dematerialisation we have seen is it becoming visible.

The companions join him, the Whitehouse people listen to the Doctor. Amy goes to the bathroom, there is a Silent in there, it tells her "tell the Doctor what he must know and what he must never know" she photographs it, then forgets the encounter.

Clayton becomes a companion, travels in the TARDIS. They leave the TARDIS and see street signs for Hamilton, Jefferson, and Adams (I think). The Doctor finds a spacesuit and says they are cool.

River song goes into the underground tunnels and finds a lot of Silents, she is horrified, then forgets them and continues, Rory follows. They find a locked door, River opens it, inside is a "The Lodger" TARDIS.

Amy has stomach pains, she announces she is pregnant. The spacesuit arrives, we find the little girl inside saying "help me", Amy shoots her

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UK Anime tv listings

All listings (below) are correct as of today, however they may be removed / changed without notice (Disney XD do it alot with the Pokemon Movies) and all listings are for UK viewers only.

Saturday 23rd April 2011:

CITV (Freeview Channel 72, Sky Channel 621)at 9:25am
Pokemon Movie 11: Giratina & The Sky Warrior

Film4 (Freeview Channel 15, Sky Channel 315) at 11:00am
My Neighbour Totoro

BBC2 (Analogue & Freeview Channel 2, Sky Channel 102) at 12:00pm
Spirited Away

Monday 25th April 2011:

ITV1 (Analogue & Freeview Channel 3, Sky Channel 103) at 2:00am
ITV1 HD (Freeview Channel 53, Sky Channel 178) at 2:00am
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie

Film4 (Freeview Channel 15, Sky Channel 315) at 18:20pm
Princess Monokoke

Wednesday 27th April 2011:

Disney XD (Sky Channel 607 & 630) at 10:30am
Pokemon: Movie 10 - The Rise Of Darkrai

20 things about ep1 of the series 6

01) The Doctor poses naked for a female artist.
02) Amy is killed by The Silence while visiting Greystark Hall.
03) The Doctor is on TV, wearing a Fez and so are Laurel And Hardy.
04) River Song escapes The Stormcage after receiving a letter from the Doctor.
05) The Doctor is happier to compare diaries with River Song.
06) The Doctor says he is 1103.
07) The Doctor makes a journey, alone, on a boat.
08) Mark Sheppard and his real-life father William Morgan Sheppard both play Canton Everett Delaware III.
09) How many Times has Amy seen the Silence? Count the lines on her body.
10) Amy asks does time travel harm an unborn baby?
11) 1969 is the setting for The Impossible Astronaut, its also the year for Blink.
12) There are 4 blue TARDIS envelopes, the 4th is to the Doctor.
13) River Song is fatally injured after driving a car off a skyscraper, backwards.
14) The first time we see Canton Everett Delaware III, he is carrying a petrol can and a TARDIS envelope.
15) Theres a Photograph of Amy holding a baby.
16) The scene in the Whitehouse toilets is very dark and spooky.
17) Rory is blown apart after drinking liquid explosive.
18) The Doctor has a straw that makes fizzy drinks extra fizzy.
19) Amy shoots a female character.
20) The Doctor is shot by a creature from the lake, and killed before he can regenerate.

And to keep you on our toes, THREE are fake, so SEVENTEEN are real

David tennant discusses about the late liz sladen

DW series 6 premiers tonight globally

The Impossible Astronaut, the first episode of Doctor Who's sixth series (or thirty-second season, if you prefer) will air tonight at 6:00pm BST on BBC One in the UK, at 9:00pm Eastern (6:00 Pacific) on BBC America in the USA, and at 8:00pm Eastern (5:00pm Pacific) on SPACE in Canada. US viewers will also be able to purchase episodes from iTunes or Amazon Instant Video.

After the episode airs, viewers in the UK will be able to view "My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen" on CBBC. Doctor Who Confidential will follow on BBC Three at 7:00pm.

Finally, to tease the final hours before the debut of "The Impossible Astronaut", the BBC's Doctor Who website has posted some potentially spoilerrific photos from the episode, as well as this enigmatic video under a link to "The Silence":

Friday, 22 April 2011

DW ep3 press release

The TARDIS is marooned onboard a 17th-century pirate ship whose crew is being attacked by a mysterious and beautiful sea creature, as the time-travelling drama continues.

Becalmed and beset by cabin fever, the pirates have numerous superstitious explanations for the Siren's appearance. The Doctor has other ideas but, as his theories are disproved and every plan of escape is thwarted, he must work to win the trust of the implacable Captain Avery and uncover the truth behind the pirates' supernatural fears – and he must work quickly, for some of his friends have already fallen under the Siren's spell...

The Doctor is played by Matt Smith, Captain Avery by Hugh Bonneville, Amy by Karen Gillan and Rory by Arthur Darvill.

Gokaiger ep 10-14 desription

Episode 10 - Luka and Joe board a evil ship.
Episode 11 and 12 - Karou guest stars and fight the Gokaiger for the Shinkenger Ranger Keys. She fights sword and sword with Joe, he reminds the guy who trained him. I like the idea of Karou coming back, many fans believe Takeru will make a cameo. I can take it or leave it but just love that Karou is coming back and a female Red Ranger is being spotlighted.

Episode 13 - Episode 13 is about Ahim working with a kidnapper that has money problems.
Episode 14 - Carranger Tribute, Kyosuke Jinnai returns and rumor is it is being written by Carranger writer and it will be a funny episode.

Fans Pay tribute to Elizabeth sladen

With the sad news of the death of Elisabeth Sladen still raw in many people's minds and so difficult to comprehend, many fans around the world have been making their own tributes to a woman who was such a central part of so many childhoods.

British folk singer Talis Kimberley has recorded her own tribute, Goodnight Sarah Jane, available as a download from her website. Kimberley says "this is my tribute to the actor Lis Sladen. Along with many other people I was desparately saddened to hear of her death; her portrayal of Sarah-Jane Smith was an inspiration during two periods of my life."

The tribute page in Gallifrey Base now stands at over 2000 posts and a special thread has been setup where fans can post their own artwork. Meanwhile a whole new generation of fans have been expressing their sense of loss on the BBC's Newsround page, which has had its biggest response ever to a story covered on the site. Some of the messages from children are read out by the co-stars of The Sarah Jane Adventures, Tommy Knight and Daniel Anthony, who are mourning the loss of the woman they called their "Mother Hen, ...always smiling, always laughing".

Many fans have made their own tribute videos which can be found on YouTube. Dork Tower, the online comic, has also produced its own cartoon in tribute.

A group of fans have launched a JustGiving site raising money for the charity Cancer Research UK, in memory of the actress. To date over £3000 has been raised. Other fans have been donating to the Lymphoedema Support Network, which was understood to be a charity the actress supported. A JustGiving site has been set up to buy an imaginary pint to toast Sarah Jane.

The BBC's programme in memory of Elisabeth Sladen, My Sarah Jane, which contains contributions from many of those who worked with her, can be seen in the UK on CBBC at 6.45pm Saturday, directly after Doctor Who finishes on BBC One.

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Thursday, 21 April 2011

BBC to pay tribute to Elizabeth sladen with special programming

The BBC have announced that there will be a special programme broadcast this coming Saturday, called My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elisabeth Sladen. The show is due to be shown on the CBBC channel at 6:45pm, directly after Doctor Who finishes on BBC1 and before Doctor Who Confidential on BBC3 at 7:00pm.

Elisabeth Sladen created one of Doctor Who's best loved and most enduring characters, Sarah Jane Smith. For over 35 years she brought the feisty, compassionate journalist to life, creating a figure that was adored by audiences of all ages - truly a heroine whose appeal had no boundaries.

This 15 minute programme is both a tribute and a celebration of Elisabeth Sladen. It brings together stories from friends and colleagues and draws on a rich archive of material to remind us of Sarah Jane's journey, from companion to the Third Doctor to the central character in CBBC's award-winning The Sarah Jane Adventures.


Doctor Who Magazine have also reported that there will be a dedication to the actress at the start of Saturday's episode, The Impossible Astronaut.

Past Docrors pay tribute to Elizbeth sladen

The three surviving actors to play Sarah Jane Smith's "Doctor" have paid tribute to their former co-star Elisabeth Sladen, who died yesterday morning.


Tom Baker

Sarah Jane dead? No, impossible! Impossible. Only last week I agreed to do six new audio adventures with her for Big Finish Productions. She can't be dead. But she is: she died yesterday morning. Cancer. I had no idea she was ill; she was so private, never wanted any fuss, and now, gone. A terrible blow to her friends and a shattering blow for all those fans of the programme whose lives were touched every Saturday evening by her lovely heroic character, Sarah-Jane Smith. ... Those sweet memories of happy days with Lis Sladen, the lovely, witty, kind and so talented Lis Sladen. I am consoled by the memories. I was there, I knew her, she was good to me and I shall always be grateful, and I shall miss her.

Full tribute here



David Tennant

I just can't believe that Lis is gone. She seemed invincible. The same woman who enchanted my childhood, enchanted my time on Doctor Who and enchanted generations who have watched her and fallen in love with her – just like I did. I feel very honoured to have shared a TARDIS with Sarah Jane Smith, and I feel very lucky to have shared some time with Lis Sladen. She was extraordinary.



Matt Smith

What struck me about Lis was her grace. She welcomed me, educated me, and delighted me with her tales and adventures on Doctor Who. And she also seemed to have a quality of youth that not many people retain as they go through life. Her grace and kindness will stay with me because she had such qualities in abundance and shared them freely. I will miss her, as will the world of Doctor Who and all the Doctors that had the good pleasure to work with Lis Sladen and travel the universe with Sarah Jane.


Sixth Doctor Colin Baker has also paid tribute via Twitter:

Very sad to hear of the death of Lis Sladen. Great sympathy for her husband and daughter. She was far too young to be lost to them.

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

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Detective Conan 15th anniversary and preview of live action special and interview with cast



















Detective conan movie -quarter of silence opens at number In japanese box office sales

Detective Conan’s 15th movie, Quarter of Silence, opened at number one in Japanese theaters over the past weekend, from April 16-17, 2011.

According to Kogyo Tsushinsha, three new films that opened over the past weekend topped the box office charts of Japan. Among them, Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence emerged first, while Crayon Shin Chan 2011 took second place, followed by Gulliver’s Travels.

As with previous years, a Magic File, an original video animation (OVA) that contains a side story to the movie, will be released. Magic File 2011 is titled “Niigata~Tokyo The Presents Capriccio,” and talks about what happens the day after the story in the movie ends. Hattori Heiji, who did not appear in the movie, will be featured in this side story.

BBC News report on Elizabeth sladen





RIP: Elizabeth Sladen 1948-2011 plus tributes and press reaction and more

It is with great sadness that we report the death of the actress Elisabeth Sladen - forever known to us as the Doctor's best friend, Sarah Jane Smith.

Born in Liverpool in February 1948, Elisabeth Sladen took an interest in acting from an early age; she joined the Liverpool Playhouse repertory company as assistant stage manager after drama school, where she would meet her future husband Brian Miller. After a stint touring the country in repertory, she settled in Manchester, during which she had her breakthrough television role in 1970, appearing as Anita Reynolds in Coronation Street. More small roles were to follow in popular shows like Doomwatch, Z Cars and Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em.

Then in 1973 came what would be her defining role as she was cast as the replacement companion for third Doctor Jon Pertwee. Following in the footsteps of popular companion Jo Grant played by Katy Manning, Sladen was to hit the ground running as investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith in her debut story The Time Warrior, and over the next three years would see her popularity soar as she became part of what is arguably known as the "golden years" of Doctor Who alongside fourth Doctor Tom Baker, an era including the story frequently appearing top of fan polls, Genesis of the Daleks.

Despite choosing to leave the programme in 1976, with an emotional departure scene at the conclusion of the serial The Hand of Fear, Sladen later stated in interviews that although she had left Sarah Jane, "Sarah Jane never left me". Although she declined producer John Nathan-Turner's offer to come back as support for the Fourth Doctor's regeneration (being present at his own arrival at the end of this week's DVD release Planet of the Spiders), she did returned to the role for the 1981 pilot: having been described by the Doctor as his best friend, Sarah was form her second long-lasting partnership with his "second-best friend" in the titular K9 and Company.

Sladen was re-united with "her" Doctor, Jon Pertwee, in the 1983 20th anniversary celebration The Five Doctors, and again during the 1990s for the two radio stories The Paradise of Death and The Ghosts of N-Space, written and produced by the person who originally cast her, Barry Letts - the two would also be joined by another popular Doctor Who legend in the form of Nicholas Courtney as the Brigadier.

Outside of Doctor Who, Elisabeth continued to work in theatre and television, often alongside her husband Brian; roles included Josie Hall in Take My Wife, a small role in the film Silver Dream Racer, and as Lady Flimnap in a production of Gulliver in Lilliput by her former producer Barry Letts, followed a few years later in his production of Alice in Wonderland as the Cheshire Cat. However, with the birth of her daughter Sadie in 1985, she was to focus more on her family.

However, Sarah would never be far from her life, with the actress continuing to be a popular guest at Doctor Who conventions, and also featuring in a series of audio adventures from Big Finish. Then, in 2005, a discussion with the revived Doctor Who's head writer and long-term fan of hers, Russell T Davies, led to a guest appearance in the second series adventure School Reunion, which re-united Sarah (and K9!) with the Doctor in his most recent incarnation (David Tennant) - her appearance proved instrumental in cementing the connection between the 20th and 21st Century productions in a way that the Daleks couldn't!

The character, and Sladen's performance, proved to be as popular as ever, if not more so, and led to her own starring role in spin-off series, The Sarah Jane Adventures; the CBBC series continued on from her re-introduction in Doctor Who as an independent investigator of alien activity - now joined by her young own assistants as well as her faithful K9 - and winning a whole new legion of fans, both young and old. It is also a testament to the strength of the show that it has been graced by the appearance of the both the Brigadier (Nicholas Courtney), and the Doctor himself in both his Tenth incarnation in The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith (and David Tennant's final performance as the Doctor), and Eleventh in the form of Matt Smith in Death of the Doctor - where Sladen was also to come 'full circle' by performing with the actress she 'replaced' way back in 1973, Katy Manning, aka Jo Jones né Grant.

The series itself has gone on to win awards, including the Royal Television Society award for Children's Drama last month.

At the time of her death there are still three stories of The Sarah Jane Adventures to be broadcast on television, and her autobiography, Who's That Girl is due out later in the year.


Elisabeth Sladen died in the morning of 19th April, having been battling with cancer for some time. She is survived by her husband Brian Miller, and daughter Sadie.


Many tributes have been paid Elisabeth Sladen who died earlier today.

Russell T Davies who brought the character of Sarah Jane back to Doctor Who and who later created The Sarah Jane Adventures said: "I absolutely loved Lis. She was funny and cheeky and clever and just simply wonderful. The universe was lucky to have Sarah Jane Smith; the world was lucky to have Lis."

Steven Moffat, Doctor Who's current Lead Writer and Executive Producer said:"Sarah Jane Smith was everybody's hero when I was younger, and as brave and funny and brilliant as people only ever are in stories. But many years later, when I met the real Sarah-Jane - Lis Sladen herself - she was exactly as any child ever have wanted her to be. Kind and gentle and clever; and a ferociously talented actress, of course, but in that perfectly English unassuming way."

John Barrowman, who worked with Sladen on Doctor Who, posted on twitter:"I loved my time on the Tardis with her. I am proud to have worked with such an icon of the sci fi world, your Dr Who family are very sad and will miss you and your beautiful smile."

Keith Jones, Director, BBC Cymru Wales which make The Sarah Jane Adventures, said:"A brilliant presence on screen and on set, she brought the excitement and energy of the Doctor Who family of programmes, of which we are very proud at BBC Wales, to a whole new generation. She will be missed by all at BBC Wales who worked with her."

Damian Kavanagh The Controller of CBBC said :"Lis brought joy, excitement and a sense of wonder to her many fans in her role as Sarah Jane Smith. She was adored by our young audience and I know all of them will miss her as much as I will."

Roger Carey, who represented Lis for many years, said:"She was not just a client, but a dear friend. She was so positive about life and her natural energy was intoxicating. She couldn't believe her luck when her career was resurrected in her own series."

Twitter Reflections:
Colin Baker: Very sad to hear of the death of Lis Sladen. Great sympathy for her husband and daughter. She was far too young to be lost to them.

Mark GatissA tear, Sarah Jane?' Farewell to the wonderful, irreplaceable Lis Sladen.

Paul CornellVery sorry to hear about Elisabeth Sladen, a great actor, special to everyone of my generation and a whole new one.

Gareth Roberts: Can't really find the words. Goodbye, our wonderful wonderful Lis.

Matthew Graham: Sarah Jane was a childhood pal, a childhood crush, a childhood hero. And she never stopped being. Goodbye Mistress. Xxx

Lizo Mzimba: Very sad news that Elisabeth Sladen has died.

Nicola Bryant: I'm so sorry to have to say I've just had a call to say Liz Sladen has died. It's too much to take in, but it's true. How tragically young.

Phil Ford: Sarah Jane was my Companion as a kid. To later know Lis and write for her and share a laugh with her was a privilege.

Joe Lidster: The last time I saw Lis. http://bit.ly/9uP9QJ The interview shows her fantastic sense of humour & how much she cared about the show. Lovely.

James Moran: Without Elisabeth Sladen, the world is a less magical place. Can't believe she's gone. You'll be missed, Sarah Jane. So much.

Murray Gold: Elisabeth Sladen enchanted three generations, never seeming to age, tire or cloud. RIP

Mark Ayres: Elisabeth Sladen, the actress who played Sarah Jane Smith; friend and colleague. We are in shock. Love to Brian and Sadie. R.I.P. xx



Toby Hadoke: I hate today, unbelievable. My eyes are stinging with tears. My children will be devastated tomorrow. By God she was good. RIP Lis Sladen.

Tom Spilsbury: I feel utterly drained. Farewell, Lis - I'm so sorry I didn't have the chance to say goodbye. We'll do you proud in DWM, I promise.

Benjamin Cook: Lovely lady. Met her many times over the years. She was always so kind. Heartfelt condolences to Brian & Sadie. Such sad news.

Clayton Hickman: Will miss Lis Sladen more than I can say. A beautiful person and an outstanding actor. Oh it's all too sad for words.

Gary Gillatt: A hand, tight on your arm; anxious, uncertain. But you're amazing, you would say. Thank you, she'd reply, are you sure? Yes, Lis. Amazing.

Stephen Fry: What terribly sad news about Elisabeth Sladen - her Sarah Jane was part of my childhood. Deepest sympathy to her family.

Noel Clarke #SARAHJANESMITHLIVES because Elisabeth Sladen made her Great. Liz, you were awesome and will be missed

Neil Gorton Big sadness. Rest in Peace

Finn Jones saddened to hear elisabeth sladen has passed away - a truly beautiful, talented and wonderful woman - a pleasure and honour to work with


You can listen to a tribute to Elisabeth Sladen from Russell T Davies via BBC News, and BBC Worldwide have published a YouTube playlist of Sladen's finest moments.


Greatest Doctor Who girl ever, is how the British tabloid The Sun reports the sad death of Elisabeth Sladen yesterday, at the age of 63. The paper reports how Doctor Who fans are in morning over the loss of one of the most popular actors to have worked on the series. The Guardian confirms the tribute stating Sladen is widely regarded as the most beloved companion in the show's 48-year-history.

BBC News interviewed former Doctor Who showrunner, Russell T Davies, who spoke of her love for the character of Sarah Jane and how devastated the Doctor Who family are at the loss. "It was a joy to know the woman", he said "and an honour to work with her".

Sladen had been suffering with Cancer, something known only to her close family and friends. Davies spoke of her privacy and how she hated any fuss. "She would give me a good nudge in the ribs for talking about her on the Radio" he said. "She was a great great woman and a great actor... If I'm glad about anything in my career I'm so glad we brought her back, so a whole new generation of children could fall in love with her"

The loss has made headlines around the world, reported in publications from the US to Australia and from Canada to New Zealand, with the news trending on Twitter for much of the day - a number of media articles are listed below.

BBC Breakfast will feature a tribute package this morning and BBC Worldwide have put together a YouTube playlist highlighting her work in Doctor Who. The BBC's heavyweight news programme Newsnight closed its Tuesday edition with Jeremy Paxman reading a tribute to Sladen and a clip from The Sarah Jane Adventures.

Many fans and colleagues have also posted tributes, which are reported in our earlier article.

Media Articles: BBC NewsGuardianDaily MailTelegraphMirrorSunExpressPress AssociationBBC AmericaEntertainment WeeklyABC NewsTVNZVariety,Airlock AlphaEntertainment WeeklyABC AustraliaDen of GeekCBS NewsDigital SpyNPRLos Angeles TimesWashington PostAOLExaminerGather,Unreality TVATV TodaySFXTV GuideTV OvermindWiredcontactmusic.comE OnlineMTVGeeks of DoomUTVCanadian pressStuffeCanadalikeitido,nowpublicCraveSheKnowsNerd ReactorAll Headline NewsCourier MailBig Shiny RobotSan Antonio Expressgather CelebsTheatermaniaComic Book Resources411maniaApex NewsAV ClubOrlando SentinelKSNKVOS

DW ep2 schedule for BBC1

Doctor Who remains at 6pm for the second episode in the new series, Day Of The Moon, to be broadcast on 30th April.

The programme is once more sandwiched between Don't Scare the Hare, a game show and So You Think You Can Dance a dance competition.

ITV1 has People Do the Funniest Things wth Channel 4 showing Come Dine with Me Down Under and Channel Five showing the 1989 film The Abyss.

The BBC will be hoping the early start for Doctor Who can draw viewers into its Saturday night schedule, which has been performing poorly in the last couple of weeks. The highest rating BBC One show last Saturday was Casualty with an overnight figure of 4.2 million viewers. So You think You Can Dance had just 3.6 million watching. The show which occupied Doctor Who's slot was Eurovision: Your Country Needs Blue which had 2.0 mllion viewers. ITV1 has the highest rated show last Saturday with Britain's Got Talent being watched by 10.4 million.

Viewers in North America can see the episode the same evening on SPACE at 8PM ET and on BBC America at 9PM ET. In Australia it is broadcast a week later at 7.30pm.

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Power rangers samurai ep 10 review

Jii wonders if the burden for Jayden was too much. Jayden is out in the street at night and says what he didn't want to happen happened, he said 'if they only knew.' Meanwhile, Bulk and Spike go into their 'dojo' with 'Samurai' thing which look like sleeping gear. Bulk then goes to sleep, with Spike asking for a bedtime story. Spike snores loudly and dreams of fighting Moogers with Pink Ranger. Bulk covers with his face. In the morning, Mike says Breakfast is important but Kevin is working on combining the zords. Mike says he was working too much. Mia is worry about Jayden, Jii does a 'happy happy' act when Emily awakens, saying Jayden will be fine.

Xandred awakens to find out that Deker was helping the others. He angers and the furry soot things come out. Later, Mike tells Mia how he felt when his friends were hurt. Mia says imagine if the whole world's fate is in your hands. Deker is attacked by Moogers. Xandred personally fights Deker. Deker escapes, the other Nighlok is sent to get Jayden. Jayden has found himself on a beach and hears a little boy crying. The boy says he misses his dad, Jayden says he misses his dad too. He flashbacks to his father giving him advice. He gives him a piece of paper and makes an airplane. Spike is full of energy and Bulk is not feeling great.

Jayden fights Moogers and the Rangers contemplate getting involved. The Nighlok attacks the boy and Jayden takes the boy from danger and fights the Moogers. The Rangers arrive and fight the Moogers. Jayden watches them and flashbacks to his dad again. The Rangers transform and fight the Nighlok and the Moogers. They destroy his first life and fight giant him with the Megazord. Bulk has a neck brace and he and Spike see the battle. Kevin shows the gang his very detailed drawing in how to combine with the Battlewing. They combine together and destroy the monster. Then Jayden and Jii have a talk as he returns.

Even though it follows Shinkenger, it is not that bad. Jayden's journey felt a little rushed and not much of a journey. It is like he just had a walk around the park. The Bulk and Spike moments were entertaining as always. The drawings of the Megazords were great, they looked a bit like Bandai America illustrations that were colored. Ryuunosuke's drawing in the original episode was child-like, which I think is more realistic but I hope they keep continuity that Kevin is a good artist. I saw this episode online, I do not have Nicktoons

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John de Lancie to be in TW

Actor John de Lancie has been confirmed as a member of the cast of Torchwood: Miracle Day.

The actor is best known for his portrayal of Q, a recurring character in the Star Trek franchise. He created the role for the first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and was so successful that he had regular appearances in the series throughout its run as well as episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

He has also appeared in numerous television shows including: The Six Million Dollar Man, Hill Street Blues, The Thorn Birds, Nero Wolfe, The West Wing, Sports Night, Judging Amy, The New Twilight Zone, The Closer, Legend, L.A. Law, MacGyver, Picket Fences, Civil Wars, The Practice, Charmed, Murder, She Wrote, Stargate SG-1, Battlestar Galactica (1978), Emergency!, and Touched by an Angel.

de Lancie's casting in Torchwood was revealed in a tweet by one of the series' authors, Jane Espenson.

The series is currently in production for transmission worldwide this summer.

Monday, 18 April 2011

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RT spoiler news for ep1 and 2 of dw series 6

The latest Radio Times TV listings confirm that Doctor Who "The Impossible Astronaut" is due for 6 P.M., or 18:00, on BBC One, ending forty-five minutes later as a lead-in to So You Think You Can Dance. Its opening act will be Don't Scare the Hare, but will that be anywhere near as thrilling as the classic Hole in the Wall?

Furthermore, the RT TV listings have posted a spoiler-filled summary for "Day of the Moon" and has confirmed that on April 30th the schedules remain mostly the same, with Doctor Who at six o'clock and bookended by the same shows.
As an alien force occupies Earth, Canton Everett Delaware III sets out to free the Doctor from the perfect prison and reunite him with Amy, Rory and River Song. With the help of President Nixon, the heroes resolve to lead the hypnotised human race in a revolution against the invaders, in the hope of driving them out and rescuing the missing child.
A spoiler summary has been swarming the Internet recently, and we caution our readers to read too much into it. Our suspicions involve those who have attended preview screenings of "The Impossible Astronaut" alone and have subsequently complained that the cliffhanger for Episode One is nothing too exciting, because in our opinion it's quite likely that this "hypnotised human race" scenario is the cliffhanger, which apparently doesn't "just end" as many have claimed.

About those spoiler summaries we've been hearing about, it seems that, reading through them, whoever posted these in the first place has seen "The Impossible Astronaut" but has somehow failed to report on either "Day of the Moon" or even the cliffhanger for Episode One. Consequently, it would appear that most spoiler revelations on the Internet, especially those that only have about a paragraph of "Day of the Moon", ought to be read cautiously, if at all.

Full cast release for DW series 6 ep1 and 2

Following the Radio Times announcement of the Series 6 opening two-parter's official broadcast time, the BBC has released the full cast list for "The Impossible Astronaut".

First we have the usuals.
The Doctor: Matt Smith
Amy Pond: Karen Gillan
Rory Williams: Arthur Darvill
River Song: Alex Kingston
A couple of previously confirmed guest stars follow, including Secret Service agent (or some such) Carl.
Canton Delaware: Mark Sheppard
Old Canton Delaware: William Morgan Sheppard
President Richard Nixon: Stuart Milligan
Carl: Chukwudi Iwuji
Phil: Mark Griffin
The Silent: Marnix Van Den Broeke
Little Girl: Sydney Wade

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William Morgan Sheppard is, in fact, the real-life father of Mark Sheppard; and we see again that the Silence is played by Dutch actor Broeke. Look out for the little girl as well . . .

And finally we get a look at some additional guests and named extras.
Joy: Nancy Baldwin
Prison Guard: Kieran O'Connor
Captain Simmons: Adam Napier
Matilda: Henrietta Clemett
Charles: Paul Critoph
Busboy: Emilio Aquino

Steven Moffat to be on BBC Radio 2

Executive Producer Steven Moffat will be a guest on Graham Norton's Radio 2 show next Saturday, 23rd April, just a few hours before the launch of the new series.

The show will have a clip from the first episode. The producers are asking for emails for Norton to put to Moffat during the programme, which can be sent to graham.norton@bbc.co.uk.

Radio 2 is available worldwide on the BBC iPlayer. Moffat will be on the show around 1130 UK Time.