Internet wags have celebrated the appointment of Peter Capaldi as the new lead in Doctor Who by creating expletive-packed spoofs.
It's been a long day for Doctor Who fans.
In a prime time live television event that promises to combine the theatrics of the final of Miss World with the nostalgia trip of This is Your Life, the next incarnation of Doctor Who is set to emerge from the TARDIS on Sunday.
The Shard might have only transformed London's skyline last year, and its viewing platform only opened to the public a fortnight ago, but it has already been featured (and shattered, in fact) in an episode of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who's 50th anniversary is to be celebrated with the issue of a commemorative coin in New Zealand.
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What are we talking about? A new play from Headlong theatre company, at the National Theatre, promising to be a funny and moving "theatrical exploration into the human brain via the heart".
Former EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite has given birth to a baby girl.
Doctor Who boss Steven Moffat has said there is no movie about the Time Lord on the cards - and dismissed suggestions of a film as a "weird fantasy".
While at the recent 'Doctor Who' convention in Cardiff, Neela Debnath caught up with the show's star
Time Lord casting news - Rebecca Armstrong wishes they'd think outside the Tardis
And you think getting a doctor's appointment is difficult – try getting one with the Doctor's assistant, flame-haired Scottish actress Karen Gillan, aka Tardis companion Amy Pond. Nine solid months of 11-day fortnights filming Doctor Who in Cardiff, on-call from six in the morning until way past dusk, means that clearing a space in Gillan's diary can seem harder than time travel itself. But now here she is, heeled-up and tottering carefully out of a taxi on to London's Portobello Road.
As Sarah Jane Smith, the titular Time Lord's assistant in Doctor Who, Elisabeth Sladen played one of the sci-fi programme's longest-running characters, who was voted the Doctor's most popular companion by fans, gained cult status – and was catapulted to her own spin-off series, The Sarah Jane Adventures.
The Doctor Who actress Elisabeth Sladen has died.
Andy and Joshua McSmith find out if a new attraction dedicated to the sci-fi show can keep two generations of fans happy