Saturday, October 16, 2010

Dirty WHOers Podcast - Episode 21

Something for the weekend Sir? Another podcast, for your sins. 21 episodes and you've still not seen the error of your ways? This time we review the classic series episode Curse of Fenric, and introduce our new feature "The Wheel of Who".

Again, thanks to The Proff for a hand with the edit on this one.

Four bored muppets take a rambling shufty at the teasers from the 'Brilliant Book' and (as usual) produce nothing of any cultural worth.

Yay.

Redesigned Alpha Centauri by ~DarkAngelDTB

Excellent reinterpretation of Alpha Centauri ambassador. That race really needs a redesign if ever a race did. What was evolution thinking on that planet anyway? I mean they look like..a one eyed monster.
Ahem. Oh, never mind.
This was a monster redesign of Alpha Centauri from The classic Peladon stories from Doctor Who. Done completeley in photoshop.


See more at darkangeldtb.deviantart.com


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Sarah Jane, wierd old bag lady? - Nightmare Man Pics.

OK, she's not REALLY a bag lady...but she sorta looks it. Still, a sweet old bag lady. It's that hat. eek! This clearly is a fashion nightmare, at the very least. These are from the new series opener, airing on October 11th, 2010. YAY! more Sarah!
SJA: The Nightmare Man Pics 

Here’s some new promo pics from The Nightmare Man – the opening two-part story from the fourth series of The Sarah Jane Adventures.
See more at doctorwhotv.co.uk

Friday, October 1, 2010

The BBC Teases Us With Some Christmas 'Who'

The BBC have released a trailer of their 2010 Autumn/Winter up coming dramas including a few tantalizingly short clips from this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special! The whole 2010 dramas preview is here if you care to see all the clips, some with previous Doctor Who actors, David Tennant and Christopher Eccleston and even "the next Doctor" actor, David Morrissey.

Below is the version made by Doctor Who TV, containing only the Doctor Who Christmas clips.

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