Michelle Gomez is Missy / Mistress, the Master’s most recent incarnation – and hopefully, not the last one. Now the actress gives us a potted history of the Doctor’s most persistent enemy.

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Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the first Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him, bidding her a fond but firm farewell. Memorable scenes from The Dalek Invasion of Earth, first shown in 1964!

The titles remake for series 8.

Christmas greetings from Perkins, the Doctor’s old pal from Mummy on the Orient Express. I hope we’ll see him again in Doctor Who. Happy Christmas!

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A behind the scenes look at how Nicholas Briggs (current voice of the Daleks) does his multiple Dalek voices and how much he enjoys doing them. Taken from the Doctor Who Confidential episode Friends and Foe, covering The Stolen Earth in series 4.

Matthew Sweet traces how the fearsome Daleks were originally created. A little piece of history on Me, You and Doctor Who for BBC.

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A fan-made remix on the themes for the 12th Doctors, originally created by Murray Gold (at least some of them).

“I’m the Doctor. I’ve lived for over 2000 years. Iv’e made many mistakes and it’s about time I did something about that”.

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Drawing Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi as The Doctor in series 8. For the Whovians Peter Capaldi is best known for playing the Malcolm Tucker.

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An interesting Robot Chicken Sketch about the Doctor Who show with deep reference at the end for all you forty-year-olds.

About Robot Chicken: it’s Adult Swim’s long-running stop-motion animated homunculus of a sketch show. Witness sex, violence and 80’s toy references collide through fan-favorite characters like the Humping Robot and the beloved Robot Chicken Nerd as creators Seth Green and Matthew Seinreich are joined by an unparalleled roster of celebrity voices to skewer pop culture in this balls-to-the-wall comedy.

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Some karaoke and mime in Doctor Who series 8. :D Songs:
1. BWitched – Hey, Mickey
2. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Thrift Shop (Ray Volpe Remix)
3. X-Ray Dog – Kegger
4. Taio Cruz feat. Flo Rida – Hangover (instrumental)
5. Neon trees – Animal

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In the North Pole the Doctor and Clara are joined by Santa Claus’ familiar figure… and his reindeer! 11 more days to Christmas. You can also get a special Sneak Peek at the 2014 Christmas Special, when the Doctor lands in the North Pole on Christmas Day.

“This is the North Pole. We don’t want any trouble here.” – Santa Claus.

Two heroic icons – the Doctor and Santa – along with Clara Oswald, are thrown together in one of the Time Lord’s most incredible adventures yet!

A new trailer has been released for this year’s special Christmas episode: trapped on an arctic base, under attack from terrifying creatures, who are you going to call? Santa Claus!

But who is dying? In this kind of situation ”everybody” seems to be a good answer, but it’s not a Doctor’s answer.

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This is a colorful recreation of XphantomcheesecakeX‘s favourite scenes from the Doctor Who series 8… an animated Doctor talking to LEGO Robin Hood.

The cult writer Douglas Adams was known for Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, after that success he was left in a lull, but his sci-fi days were far from over: later he became Doctor Who script editor. That’s the story, the short version, for “Me, You and Doctor Who” on BBC.

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The Minister of Chance was created by Dan Freeman and based on characters from 2001 Doctor Who BBC audio drama serial Death Comes to Time, which he produced and directed. The Show is supposed to be an epic fantasy film based on the amazingly successful podcast series of the same name. It boasts an A-list cast, award-winning writing and a legion of worldwide fans. The team have already filmed The Prologue (which we will re-shoot) as a teaser and they asked for more money about 2 months ago using a kickstarter project. They have pledged of £100,000 goal, in only a few days they’ve got over £15,000, but until the end of October they got only £51,817.

The prologue is starring Paul McGann and Tim McInnerny. You can download the free audio series now, also starring Jenny Agutter, Jed Brophy, Lauren Crace, Paul Darrow, Tamsin Greig, Philip Glenister and Sylvester McCoy, from www.ministerofchance.com.

The cover for issue #481 of Doctor Who Magazine has been revealed. This month’s bumper 100-page festive edition features a preview of Last Christmas. DWM #481 is on sale Thursday 11 December 2014, priced £5.99.Issue 481 of Doctor Who Magazine is published on Thursday (11 December), and comes with a double-sided poster! Here’s the cover of the outer polybag.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 481
Who believes in Father Christmas? Will the Doctor and Clara’s wishes come true? We’ll see that in Christmas unwrapped.

And the result…

Doctor Who Magazine DWM Issue 481 Christmas

Doctor Who stars Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Michelle Gomez tell us what their dream Christmas would be like. What do you want for Christmas? Except watching Doctor Who and being with the family and friends, because that’s considered for sure. :D

Back in time or forward in time? Avid traveller or a home bird? At the launch for the series 8 DVD, Peter Capaldi delves into the TARDIS Tin to answer some of Doctor Who fans’ questions.

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The comedian and actor talks to Digital Spy about his part as Perkins in Doctor Who and being on set with Peter Capaldi: “Anyone who’s in Doctor Who always gets asked if they would come back, and I can’t imagine many people, with the possible exception of Christopher Eccleston, who wouldn’t. Of course, if they said to me, ‘Would you like to be in Doctor Who for the rest of your life’, I’d probably sign on for that.”

He revealed his most cherished discussion about his recent role in Doctor Who: “Steven Moffat sent me an email that said, ‘You are now a personal friend of Doctor Who and nothing can change that’. Even saying that sends a tingle down my neck and spinal cord.”

Experience Murray Gold’s captivating musical score for Doctor Who performed live, accompanied by specially edited big-screen sequences featuring all incarnations of the Doctor, as a host of real-life monsters stalk the auditorium! Let’s enjoy it.

Christopher Eccleston was absent from the 50th anniversary episodes, so we could not watch the War Doctor regenerating into the ninth. But that ”error” was corrected online, by this animation written and animated by Blondie (Liam Wilson): after hopefully just saving Gallifrey, the war doctor (John Hurt) returns to his TARDIS to regenerate into the 9th doctor and start the post-regeneration trauma

The 9th doctor’s impression was performed by Pete Walsh.

One year after the release of the 50th anniversary special, “Day of the Doctor”, the prequel hit the internet and landed on YouTube. It’s featuring the near-meeting of the first and eleventh Doctors in Totter’s lane and the beginning of a long-planned, but forgotten plot to save Gallifrey. This mini-episode is intended to clear up some of the continuity issues with Day of the Doctor, such as the issue of all of the incarnations of the Doctor apparently knowing about the Time War and how the calculations were set running in the first place!

About one year ago Simon Pegg and Nick Frost were asked a lot about The World’s End at Comic-Con by Dan Casey. So, the guy from Nerdist News asked the people’s question gathered from Twitter… including the one about being a Doctor Who fan. One year later, this Christmas, Nick Frost becomes Santa Clause.

“I spent two months with him up in Rovaniemi [in Finland] last October,” he told Doctor Who Extra. “It’s a busy time because they’re really cranking it up. He doesn’t wake up until mid-October. I was just there with the elves and Mary Claus for two weeks.”

Frank Skinner (Perkins) hosts this very special series 8 panel with guests Peter Capaldi (the Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Michelle Gomez (Missy) and Steven Moffat (lead writer and showrunner), to mark the DVD and Blu-ray release of Doctor Who Series 8. Lately we had the chance to watch some parts of the event filmed at the Ham Yard Hotel in London on Monday 17th November 2014 (here and here) – this is a longer video clip, about 14 minutes.

Doctor Who: The Complete Eighth Series is out now in the UK and Australia – coming soon in other countries.

You remember from the last episode of series 8 Missy singing “oh Missy, you’re so fine?” to the tune of “Hei Mickey” by Toni Basil, right? Just before killing Osgood? Well… Legs Nose Robinson have done the whole song with a Whovian twist…. a parody-style. Inspired by the antics of The Doctor’s “frenemy”, Missy the Mistress, they’ve composed their own version of “Hey Mickey” with brand new lyric and a video clip.

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The title has been revealed: the story is written by Steven Moffat and is entitled “Last Christmas”. Nick Frost is Santa Claus, with Nathan McMullen and Dan Starkey as his elves Wolf and Ian are joining the Doctor and Clara.

The first question is, a last Christmas for who exactly? Claras’s last adventures along the Doctor? Doctor’s last Christmas? Trapped on an Arctic base, the Doctor and Clara are under attack from terrifying creatures… who are you going to call? Santa Claus!

Until we get an answer, let’s enjoy some promo art (the source) for this episode.

2014 Christmas special episode promo art landscape

2014 Christmas special episode promo art landscape

2014 Christmas special episode promo art portrait

2014 Christmas special episode promo art portrait

Ast a parte of Me, You and Doctor Who show Matthew Sweet talks to Gary Russell about how his enthusiasm for the series as a teenager lead to him working on the show today and their memories from a few decades before, when the tapes were kings and qweens. The 1980’s were such a beautiful period, and we own them (at least in part) the Doctor Who resurection into new Who.

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At the DVD with the series 8 launch, with all the team around her,  Michelle Gomez reveals what it was like to get the part of Missy, the first female Master, which in her house was an extremely big deal.

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The video below it’s about Peter Capaldi turning down the role of the Doctor in 1990s. A few days ago Peter Capaldi surprised the fans and Steven Moffat when he revealed that he turned down an audition to play the Doctor in the 1996 TV Movie – a role that ultimately went to Paul McGann. It was supposed to be an America pilot, but that did not worked anyway, and Peter Capaldi did not wanted anything to have with that. But let’s watch…

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Michelle Gomez talks about playing a female Master in Doctor Who, and talks about whether she thinks the next Doctor after Peter Capaldi should also be a woman…

In another part of the same interview Michelle Gomez talks about what it’s been like to play Missy / The Master in the most recent Doctor Who series, starring Peter Capaldi… Would you like to see Michelle return as The Master in the next series? She will probably return in the series, sometimes in the future, anyway.

Don’t forget that the DVD of Doctor Who Season 8 is out on the 24th of November!

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Santa Klaus has come early in Romania (the elected president is Klaus Iohannis, from the German minority), but we all have to wait one more month (actually 5 weeks or so) until the other Santa Clause meets the Doctor. Let’s watch an exclusive preview of the 2014 Doctor Who Christmas Special, first shown on BBC Children in Need’s Appeal Night. And yes, Clara Oswald is back. For how many episodes I don’t know… but I think we’ll find out soon. And the Doctor seems to be against Santa Claus, or his impersonator, or whoever Nick Frost seems to be.

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