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Doctor Who: Big Finish to Produce Long-Lost Russell T. Davies Story
The full cast audio version is expanded from the original script into two episodes and is co-written by Russell T Davies and Scott Handcock. Colin Baker and Bonnie Langford in "Doctor Who: Lost Stories – Mind of the Hodiac", Big Finish, photo (c) Tony Whitmore Davies had this to say about the news: "I was preparing for[...]
Russell T Davies' Its A Sin Breaks All 4 Streaming Records
We've mentioned Russell T Davies' new TV series It's A Sin on Channel 4, a kind-of cross between Queer As Folk and Our Friends In The North And delighted in its recreation of a scene from eighties Doctor Who for one of its characters to get cast as a bit part Channel 4 now reports[...]
Doctor Who (Image: BBC Studios)
The whole science fiction world is so creative and so money-making right now, I think your wildest dreams can come true," Davies explained. Didn't have space for this in my interview (also: bit niche) but here's Russell T Davies' vision of an MCU-style future for #DoctorWho, complete with David Tennant/Matt Smith team-up and – the petition[...]
Russell T Davies Filmed New Doctor Who Dalek Scenes For "It's A Sin"
Russell T Davies may be best known as the man who brought back Doctor Who to the BBC, cast Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant as the Doctor, and brought Billie Piper, Freema Agyeman, Jack Barrowman and Catherine Tate into the TARDIS But he is also known as the writer and creator of several major television shows[...]
Doctor Who: Russell T. Davies Tweets About His First Who Script
In preparation for today's tweetalong, I went through some old papers to find the script and found… the VERY FIRST DOCTOR WHO SCRIPT I ever wrote!! On a manual typewriter! In 1985! 1986? Sixth Doctor and Mel! #SantasARobot — Russell T Davies (@russelldavies63) December 18, 2020 "In preparation for today's tweet-a-long, I went through some old[...]
Doctor Who "The Runaway Bride" (Image: BBC)
Calling to Twitter… David Tennant! #SantasARobot — Russell T Davies (@russelldavies63) December 18, 2020 In "Revolution of the Daleks," the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) is locked away in a space prison, leaving Captain Jack (John Barrowman), Yaz (Mandip Gill), and series-departing Graham (Bradley Walsh) and Ryan (Tosin Cole) to save the Earth from the machinations of a[...]