Articles by year and month December 2012

Articles (12)

  1. The highlight of the week is undoubtedly The Snowmen, the spectacular new adventure that premieres on BBC One on Christmas Day at 5.15pm. But there’s a lot more to look forward to…

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  2. As well as a new companion, we’ve recently confirmed there will be a new title sequence, new theme tune and new look to the interior of the familiar blue box when the Time Lord returns in The Snowmen, 5.15pm Christmas Day.

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  3. Not only will we be treated to a ‘new’ TARDIS during The Snowmen (Christmas Day at 5.15pm), but the episode will premiere a revamped theme tune and opening title sequence.

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  4. Earlier this year we asked who you would like to see the Doctor meet in a future adventure. We were delighted by the huge number of responses and the enormous breadth of your suggestions.

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  5. There’s a great deal to look forward to in the Christmas Special. The Doctor is back, Jenna-Louise Coleman returns, there are scary snowmen in Victorian London and the sinister Doctor Simeon, played by Richard E Grant, is up against the Time Lord.

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  6. As Christmas and the premiere of The Snowmen approach, we reach that time of the year when the Adventure Calendar presents a selection of Doctor Who themed cards which you can print out and send to you friends.

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  7. Doctor Who’s lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat has revealed that we’ll see a new look TARDIS when the Time Lord returns in The Snowmen on Christmas Day at 5.15pm.

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  8. We recently caught up with Steven  Moffat and the cast in order to find out more about this year’s seasonal special…

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  9. This year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Snowmen, premieres on BBC One at 5.15pm, Christmas Day. And if you want to see more of what’s in store for the Doctor, we’ve got two brand new galleries for you to explore.

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  10. Yesterday we began a short series of videos in which Doctor Who’s lead writer and Executive Producer, Steven Moffat, looks at the best and most significant Dalek adventures.

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