Hello Sweetie. Welcome to Big Finish

River Song’s Diary to be produced by Big Finish Productions Spoilers, Sweeties! Big Finish Productions, the company that has produced original Doctor Who audio productions since 1999, featuring all the living Doctors, and almost every surviving companion announced today they’ve negotiated with the BBC, and they will introduce characters and stories that debuted in the 50-year-old sci-fi series 21st century revival, including The Diary of River Song (which will star Alex Kingston), joining the UNIT series which will début this November that will star Jenna Redgrave as Kate Stewart. David Richardson, Big Finish’s Executive Producer, and director/writer Ken Bentley highlighted … Continue reading

The Doctor, Here to Help

As we reach the end of another season of Doctor Who, just a few thoughts about this season and the series., as a whole, going back to 1963, before this season’s finale, “The Wedding of River Song” airs. This season has been a roller coaster since it started off with a shot at the Moon. We’ve had cowboys, monsters, pirates, astronauts, mermaids, and Presidents. Add a fireman and football player in there and it would be a great list of what we all wanted to be when we grew up. It’s been 7 years since Doctor Who returned to television. … Continue reading

Doctor Who Returns! – Let’s Kill Hitler

After a long summer off, the Last of the Time Lords returns to BBC America, and just in time. When we last left the Doctor and his friends at the end of  A Good Man Goes to War, it was at the base in Demon Alley.  The identity of River Song had just been revealed, and the Doctor was off to rescue the infant Melody Pond from Madame Kovarian and her forces, the Silence, and the Academy of the Question, leaving her parents Amy and Rory behind to wait.   What he’s been up to and where’s he’s been since then … Continue reading

Knock Knock, Who’s back!

BBC America announced this week via Entertainment Weekly that 6th series of Doctor Who (the second starring Matthew Smith as the 11th Doctor) will begin airing on the basic cable network on Saturday, 23 April. This news is made even more fantastic in that it is, like this year’s Christmas special, the US airings will air pretty quickly (perhaps within hours) of the UK airings on BBC1! I have to imagine that it is an attempt to limit the illegal torrenting of episodes, and improve ratings by giving the US fans the episodes faster than most people will be able … Continue reading