Tagged with: Doctor Who

5 posts about Doctor Who on this blog

  1. Taking the Doctor to the next dimension

    Friday 22 November 2013, 10:26

    Alix Pryde Alix Pryde Director, BBC Distribution

    Alix Pryde introduces Doctor Who in 3D

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  2. What Doctor Who did for television production in Wales

    Tuesday 19 November 2013, 11:16

    Rhodri Talfan Davies Rhodri Talfan Davies Director, BBC Cymru Wales

    Rhodri Talfan Davies explains how the revival of Doctor Who in 2005 revitalised television production in Wales.

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  3. Tony Hall's message to BBC staff following his first week

    Friday 5 April 2013, 18:45

    Jon Jacob Jon Jacob Editor, About the BBC Blog

    BBC Director-General Tony Hall's message to staff following his first week in post.

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  4. Doctor Who and Churchill in BBC Archive collection

    Thursday 15 April 2010, 11:19

    Laura Murray Laura Murray

    Hello, I'm the new editor of the About The BBC blog. My first job was to speak to BBC Archive producer, Kate Wheeler about two exciting new collections featuring Doctor Who and Winston Churchill.

    The viewing public seem to have awarded new Doctor Who Matt Smith an overwhelmingly enthusiastic thumbs...

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  5. Do you like fish fingers and custard?: Doctor Who goes to Sunderland

    Wednesday 31 March 2010, 14:45

    Phil Roberts Phil Roberts

    I've just seen a seven foot monster on the streets of Sunderland - but don't worry, it was actually an actress called Sarah - after a good hour or so in make-up, that is. The result was impressive. She was there playing a Weeping Angel at a Doctor Who premier that I hosted yesterday. The event was one...

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