Media CoverageAndrew Marr Show, BBC1, Sunday 18th April, ~9:20am
Kirsty Young and Chris Addison review the papers with Andrew, and comment on a Sunday Times article on the election debate. Reporting that Nick Clegg is 'nearly as popular as Churchill', Andrew wrly commented on the two having "a few discrepencies in their career paths." To which Chris replied: "Certainly. Clegg has never had to deal with Daleks!"
Available on BBC iplayer (18:45/20:14) until 25th April
Richard Bacon, BBC Radio 5 Live, Monday 19th April, 2:00pm
Richard apologises for not having Steven Moffat on the show, as he was grounded in L.A. due to the Icelandic volcano. (Interview to be rescheduled)
Available on BBC iplayer (0:0:10) until 26th April
Newsround, BBC1, Monday 19th April, ~5:10pm
Newsround looks at complaints about the new arrangement of the Doctor Who theme.
Available from the CBBC website .
Up All Night, BBC Radio 5 Live, Wednesday 21st April, ~2:50am
Discussion of Doctor Who's ratings success in America.
Available on BBC iplayer (1:50:24) until 28th April
The Vote Now Show, BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 21st April, ~11:00pm
An "Orange" Dalek responds to criticism of Nick Clegg ...
Available on BBC iplayer (3:50) until 28th April
Outnumbered, BBC1, Thursday 22nd April, ~9:55pm
Pete comments on "making of" programmes such as for Doctor Who!
Available on BBC iplayer (25:15) until 27th May
You Have Been Watching, C4, Thursday 22nd April, ~10:45pm
Charlie Brooker asks what was different about the new Daleks in last week's episode?
Available on 4od (31:20) until 21st May
1. The Eleventh Hour (SD/HD)
2. The Beast Below (SD/HD)
3. Victory of the Daleks (SD/HD)
4. The Time of Angels (SD/HD), from 24th April
Available on BBC iplayer until 3rd July
Doctor Who Confidential, BBC3, Saturday 24th April 2010
4. Eyes Wide Open. Behind-the-scenes series looking at the making of Doctor Who. Alex Kingston, who plays River Song, talks about the highs and lows of being suspended on wires.
Available on BBC iplayer (SD/HD) from 24th April until 2nd May
Who and Me, BBC Radio 7, Sunday 25th April, 6:00-6:30pm (repeated at midnight)
5. The Doctor Who producer recalls the birth of the Time Lord's nemesis and the attributes of a time traveller's female companion.
Available on BBC iplayer from 25th April until 2nd May
Doctor Who and the Brain of Morbius, BBC Radio 7, 16-17th April 2010
Tom Baker reads the novelisation of his adventure on the planet Karn.
iplayer: Episode One until 23rd April
iplayer: Episode Two until 24th April
iplayer: Episode Three until 27th April
iplayer: Episode Four until 28th April
iplayer: Episode Five until 29th April
iplayer: Episode Six until 29th April
iplayer: Episode Seven until 30th April
iplayer: Episode Eight from 26th April until 4th May
Still Available to Watch/ListenDoctor Who Confidential, BBC3, Saturday 10th April 2010
3. War Games. Behind-the-scenes series about the making of Doctor Who witnesses the paint job to end all paint jobs as the Daleks come storming back on to British TV.
Available on BBC iplayer (SD/HD) until 25th April
Who and Me, BBC Radio 7, Sunday 18th April, 6:00-6:30pm (repeated at midnight)
4. The Doctor Who producer reflects on major changes in the TV filming process.
Available on BBC iplayer until 25th April
You Have Been Watching, Channel 4, Thursday 15th April, ~10:05pm
Charlie Brooker and panel discuss Matt Smith's arrival in the TARDIS, last week's episode The Beast Below, sexiness in Doctor Who, and K9!
Available on 4od until 14th May
Points of View, BBC1, Sunday 11th April, 5:15pm
Discussion of the return of Doctor Who, specifically on the new theme tune!
Available on BBC iplayer (6:30) until 13th June
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