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DOCTOR Who actor David Tennant looks set to be married off in this year's Christmas special of the programme. It was revealed in a new book that not only will the doctor, played by the Edinburgh-born actor, admit he is married, but viewers will also catch a glimpse of his possible successor.
PLANS for Harry Potter author JK Rowling to star in a special Christmas edition of Doctor Who were dropped after actor David Tennant said it sounded like a spoof. Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies first wanted the Edinburgh- based author to write an episode of the science fiction show.
DOCTOR WHO star David Tennant scuppered plans for Harry Potter author JK Rowling to appear on the show. Writers on the sci-fi series wanted JK to star in a Christmas special. But Scot Tennant objected to the plot, saying he thought it sounded like a spoof.
TORCHWOOD star John Barrowman gets to grips with being back in character as filming for the hit show's new series continued.
A DOCTOR Who Dalek toy which cost 50p in 1965 has been sold for pounds 1,500 to a UK sci-fi collector on an internet auction site. (c) 2008 Daily Mirror. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
It seems the sky is the limit for Doctor Who, with the hit series being named Best TV Show of 2008, new episodes being filmed in America, and talk of an all-action movie adventure featuring the Time Lord. The programme picked up the title of top telly show at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
DOCTOR Who has pipped Friends as the TV series people most want to see turned into a movie. The revival of Doctor Who, starring David Tennant, came top of a list of shows viewers are clamouring to see adapted for the bigscreen.
GAVIN and Stacey and Doctor Who continued their sweep of awards last night, winning two of the top prizes at a glittering ceremony for the TV industry's elite. BBC Wales hit Doctor Who, starring David Tennant, won the award for Best TV Show of 2008.
DOCTOR Who is the TV show viewers would most like to see on the big screen. The revived BBC hit pipped US sitcom Friends in a Radio Times poll, with its spin-off Torchwood in ninth place. Another Beeb sci-fi favourite, comedy Red Dwarf, took third spot, followed by US hits Heroes and CSI.
SCI-FI series Doctor Who could be heading for the big screen, its new boss revealed yesterday. Writer Steven Moffat told the Edinburgh TV festival: "I would say yes, as long as it never gets in the way of the show. "It would be great to see it at the cinema.
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