Friday, 3 September 2010

Article roundup 1st-3rd September 2010

Danny Horn become a local celebrity thanks to Doctor Who, whilst monsters become celebrities elsewhere as Doctor Who Live steps up a gear. Meanwhile a few more tidbits are revealed about Torchwood: The New World.

Series Coverage
Digital Spy(3rd) - Smith and Gillan 'intrinsic to Who tour'
Ilkley Gazette(2nd) - Ilkley man lands role in Dr Who (Danny Horn)
Yorkshire Evening Post(2nd) - Danny Horn: Leeds actor lands Doctor Who role
SFX(2nd) - The Doctor Who Series Six News Accumulator Page
Telegraph and Argus(1st) - Ilkley man lands plum role just days after graduation from drama school
BBC Radio One Newsbeat(1st) - Doctor Who: 'Next series madly inventive' (video)
Digital Spy(1st) - Clark: 'Gatiss penned new Who episode'
Digital Spy(1st) - Neil Gaiman praises 'Doctor Who' cast
Digital Spy(1st) - Matt Smith: 'New Who is madly inventive'
Digital Spy(31st Aug) - Interview: Jay Hunt, BBC One controller (video)
Big Shiny Robot(31st Aug) - Doctor Who to be Split in Two Next Year!
Crave(31st Aug) - 'Doctor Who' Season Six To Be Split In Two
Digital Spy(31st Aug) - 'Doctor Who' character to be killed off?
AOL Television(31st Aug) - Doctor Who's Steven Moffat and Karen Gillan on plans for new series
The List(30th Aug) - Dr Who's sidekick to die?

ATV Network(3rd) - Jane Espenson teases Torchwood details
Techland(3rd) - Jane Espenson Talks Torchwood: The New World
Digital Spy(3rd) - Jane Espenson teases new 'Torchwood'
SFX(3rd) - Jane Espenson Talks Torchwood

The Adventure Games
VG Reloaded(3rd) - PC Review: Doctor Who – The Adventure Games Episode 3: TARDIS

Doctor Who Live
Sheffield Telegraph(3rd) - Doctor Who monsters disturb peace in Sheffield - VIDEO
Sunday Mercury(3rd) - Win tickets to see Doctor Who Live
BBC News(2nd) - Doctor Who monsters visit Sheffield Peace Gardens
Digital Spy(2nd) - 'Who' tour is sequel to classic story
Chester Chronicle(2nd) - The Young Ones’ Nigel Planer joins the cast of Dr Who Live for MEN and Echo arenas
Ormskirk and Skelmersdale Advertiser(2nd) - Doctor Who tour set to stop off in Liverpool
Crosby Herald(2nd) - Doctor Who tour set to stop off in Liverpool
GMTV(2nd) - Doctor Who Live
BBC Nottingham News(1st) - Doctor Who monsters invade Nottingham square
BBC News(1st) - In pictures: Doctor Who monsters in Old Market Square
Anglophenia(1st) - 'Doctor Who' Monsters Invade the English City of Nottingham
SFX(1st) - Doctor Who Live Is A Sequel To “Carnival Of Monsters”
Theater Mania(1st) - Nick Briggs, Nigel Planer, Matt Smith Set for Doctor Who LIVE Tour
Bournemouth Echo(1st) - Dorset's twin illusionsists make Doctor Who magic come to life
What's On Stage(1st) - Musical Casting: Drowsy McCarthy & Planer Who
GMTV(26th Aug) - Young Ones star on Doctor Who tour

This is the West Country(2nd) - What would you like to know about Dr Who? (Montacute Museum, 4-5 Sep)

The Sun(3rd) - Who's gone Goth
io9(2nd) - The classic Doctor Who monster that terrified young John Barrowman
UK Net Guide(2nd) - Dr Who star 'moving to Barry Island' (Matt Smith)
IGN(1st) - Doctor Who or Doctor Strange?
Yorkshire Post(30th Aug) - It's a fair cop for Baker – just what the Doctor might have ordered (Colin Baker)
Sugarscape(31st Aug) - TREND OR TRAGIC? Karen Gillan's frock horror!

TVShowsOnDVD(1st) - Doctor Who - Official Twitter Feed for the Classic Series Tweets Extras for McGann's Movie
TVShowsOnDVD(1st) - The Sarah Jane Adventures - Has a DVD Timeline Been Revealed for 'The Complete 3rd Season'?

BBC News Wiltshire(2nd) - Building sci-fi robots for charity
SFX(2nd) - SFX@200 Pick Of The Day: Classic Couch Potato With Doctor Who Guest Star (Mark Strickson)
Shadowlocked(30th Aug) - Doctor Who complete reviews: Invasion Of The Dinosaurs
Shadowlocked(2nd) - Doctor Who complete reviews: Death To The Daleks
STV(1st) - Billy Connolly to be next Doctor Who? (Sylvester McCoy, video)
io9(31st Aug) - Greatest Doctor Who cliffhangers of all time!

Related/Passing Articles
Free Press(3rd) - Abergavenny theatre to close with loss of 40 jobs (Gareth David-Lloyd)
Herald Scotland(2nd) - Glasgow Boys draw in a record number of art lovers