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TV Feature - Doctor Who: Rose

In time for the 10th anniversary of the show returning to Saturday nights, Reece looks at the episode that started it all… 1,064 more words


Watch David Tennant, John Barrowman And Catherine Tate Sing To 'Doctor Who' Producers

In 2011 as part of the wrap party celebrating the end of Russell T. Davies’s era as showrunner, John Barrowman, David Tennant and Catherine Tate created “The Ballad of Russell and Julie” celebrating Davies and executive producer Julie Gardner. 75 more words


Ten years of new Doctor Who

On the 26th of March 2005 “Rose,” the very first episode of the revival of Doctor Who, was broadcast on BBC One.  Viewers were introduced to the Ninth Doctor played by Christopher Eccleston and Rose Tyler played by Billie Piper in a script written by new series showrunner Russell T Davies.  397 more words

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Russell T. Davies and Steven Moffat: ten years of the New Series

At 19:00 GMT on BBC One, Doctor Who returned to British television. Having been cancelled in 1989, the last audiences had seen of it was Fox Broadcasting Network’s unsuccessful sequel-pilot. 2,093 more words

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So, Ten Years Ago Today, This Happened...

…and we’ve been running ever since.

After too long away, Doctor Who returned, with a new generation of actors, directors, and writers to bring sci-fi’s most unique hero-of-sorts on his way. 74 more words


Happy 10th Birthday New Era Doctor Who!

Happy 10th Birthday New Who

Doctor Who is the best show in television history as far as I’m concerned, I love that there is a show that spans so many decades, and generations. 805 more words

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Doctor Who 10th anniversary: 10 must watch new Who episodes – Rose

Ten years ago today, the World’s Greatest Television Show™ returned to Saturday evenings at 7pm – and small screen history was made once more.

March 26, 2005 saw Doctor Who regenerate in a new series starring Christopher Eccleston, better known for his dramatic roles, and Billie Piper, who had not long given up her pop career, in a way no-one could have dreamt of. 469 more words