Series 11 writers and directors announced

After months (if not years) of speculation, the BBC has finally revealed the new writers working on Jodie Whittaker’s first series of Doctor Who, and they’re extremely exciting. The full list (alongside showrunner Chris Chibnall) consists of Vinay Patel (Murdered by My Father), Joy

Doctor Who confirmed to return to screens “by October”

  With filming now wrapped and the new sonic screwdriver unveiled, Doctor Who fans have one big question on their minds: when will we see Jodie Whittaker in series 11? Fortunately, we’ve now got an answer. Well, partly. Although the

Neil Gaiman keen to write new episode

Neil Gaiman hasn’t given up on a return to Doctor Who. “If you examine my DNA and you go in deep enough, with a good enough microscope, you’re gonna see a TARDIS, with a little light blinking on the top!”

More Fourth Doctor Adventures

Tom Baker returned as the Fourth Doctor in January 2012, and he’s not stopping any time soon! Another two audio series featuring the enigmatic time-travelling bohemian have been confirmed today, due for release in 2020 and 2021. And we also

Doctor Who Magazine 528

The next issue of Doctor Who Magazine is due in the shops on Thursday 26th July, and features an exclusive interview with new lead writer Chris Chibnall and the preparations that took place to reveal Jodie Whittaker as the new

New series 11 trailer

New trailer

New Doctor Who trailer to air 15/7/18

Football might not be coming home, but the TARDIS is on its way! It’s been announced that the first official trailer for the new series of Doctor Who will air as part of BBC One’s World Cup Final broadcast this Sunday (July

BBC court action over Jodie Whittaker Doctor Who leak

The BBC has asked a US court to compel a California-based website to produce records which could identify who leaked footage of the next Doctor Who series. A 53-second clip featuring the new Doctor Jodie Whittaker and two still images

Helen Griffin

The actress and playwright Helen Griffin has died at the age of 59. Helen Griffin appeared in the 2006 stories Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel, playing Angela Price, known as Mrs Moore, who joined The Tenth

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