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.
Former Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston turned down the chance to star in the 50th anniversary episode of the long-running sci-fi show.
BBC bosses have commissioned their first original dramas specifically for catch-up service iPlayer.
Mind games are a smart move for the Enron team
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".
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.
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.
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
As the lead writer of Doctor Who and the co-creator of Sherlock, both Christmas viewing highlights, he's now one of the BBC's most important creative talents and a powerful figure in British television
The singular power of a poetic monologue is lost in its transfer from the London stage
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
The Doctor Who Experience, a fully interactive themed adventure and exhibition, opens at London's Olympia Two venue on Sunday. Here, we bring you a sneak peak. Warning! There will be no sofas to hide behind...
Karen Gillan, Doctor Who's feistiest assistant so far, is busy setting screens alight with a new British horror film and a Christmas special. James Mottram meets her