Russell T Davies has spoken about the two Doctor Who spin-offs he created.
In a radio interview with Graham Norton, he first gave his thoughts on the end Read more …
Guest contributor Patrick Kavanagh looks at the ones that got away.
Since the revival of Doctor Who in 2005, many writers have graced our screens. Some have written great episodes, others have written poorer ones. Russell T Davies in his era gave us some truly brilliant episodes. Throughout his rein though he had dozens Read more …
Amongst This Episode Discussions
.Walkie Top Off The Show Talking about a Rumor
thats Been Talk about of Moving the Date of the Next
Star Trek Movie to Holiday 2012. Walkie Look at what
He think is Going Odd in this Movie and if this Move is a good Thing
.BBC America Delays New “Doctor Who”
.Beckinsale, Biel Officially Part of “Total Recall”
.Torchwood: Miracle Day “Not A Reboot” Says Russell T Davies
We Welcome any Feedback on what you Heard on the Elite Force Podcast
that we will read on the next on the Next Ep Via Facebook. Twitter.
Review on I-Tunes or at [email protected]
No, Doctor Who CAN’T live forever. But during this week’s “Death of the Doctor” episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures (which sadly only aired in the U.K.), Russell T Davies made the Time Lord close to immortal by revealing that the revised number for the Doctor’s regeneration limit is exactly … 507! (That’s right. 507.)