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Bernard Horsfall

Bernard Horsfall: Actor best known in 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' and 'Dr Who'

He played one of the Time Lords at Dr Who's trial, exiling him to earth and forcing him to regenerate

Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman speed down the Shard on a motorbike in the first episode of the new series of Doctor Who.

Doctor Who smashes through the Shard to introduce the Spoonheads and Ice Warriors

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 50th birthday coin

Doctor Who's 50th birthday to be marked with commemorative coin

Doctor Who's 50th anniversary is to be celebrated with the issue of a commemorative coin in New Zealand.

The Saturday Quiz

1. Edna O'Brien, Teddy Taylor, Michael Foot and Derek Worlock on 25 September, 1979. The first what?

First night: The Effect; Cottesloe Theatre, London

Mind games are a smart move for the Enron team

Heads up: The team behind 'Call Girl' embark on a 'clinical romance'

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".

Observations: How to drive a Dalek

Barnaby Edwards is the closest you’ll ever get to meeting a Dalek. A principal operator since 2005, he’s the guy sitting inside the Dalek – bringing the Doctor’s most feared opponents to life.

Actor Richard E Grant was also among the invitees

Page 3 Profile: Richard E Grant, actor

A Withnail and I sequel on the cards? It was the lead role in the 1987 classic that put Grant, then a jobbing thespian, on the map. There are no plans to revive the alcoholic Withnail character, but Grant will star later this year in a Doctor Who Christmas special. It is believed he'll play the villain. It's not the first time he's been involved in the show. He played the Doctor in 2003 online animated series Scream of the Shalka, and starred as the unofficial "Tenth Doctor" in a 1966 Comic Relief sketch.

Actor Richard E Grant was also among the invitees

Richard E Grant to play Doctor Who baddie

Withnail and I star Richard E Grant will play a fiendishly festive baddie in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special.

Tamzin Outhwaite gives birth to second baby

Former EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite has given birth to a baby girl.

Moffat dismisses Doctor Who film rumours

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".

Observations: All change for Doctor Who as he whizzes into the Wild West

I am sitting opposite the biggest name in British television at the Doctor Who Convention in Cardiff.

Scientists make 'sonic screwdriver'

A team of scientists has taken inspiration from Doctor Who and created their own "sonic screwdriver" that could be used in complex surgeries.

'Doctor Who' star Matt Smith

Matt Smith: The Doctor will see you now

While at the recent 'Doctor Who' convention in Cardiff, Neela Debnath caught up with the show's star

Joanna Lumley, Jessie J and Helen Mirren

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Time Lord casting news - Rebecca Armstrong wishes they'd think outside the Tardis

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