Jodie Whitaker will be the 13th Doctor in 'Doctor Who', but there were many actors who nearly landed British television's most coveted role.
Walsh, the host of quiz show 'The Chase' and a former 'Coronation Street' star, will play the character of Graham, and has been a fan of the show since he was a boy.
Tennant will be joined by comedian Catherine Tate, as the wicked Magica de Spell, in this exclusive clip from the next episode, “Terror of the Terra-firmians!"
Live telly is so rife with potential disaster, you have to wonder why anyone would bother. Especially considering these royal balls ups… Image credits: BBC/ITV/YouTube
The Dalek below might not look like much, but it sold for £38,500 at a film and TV memorabilia auction held in Derby on Wednesday. An unnamed man from London is now the proud owner of the Dalek. It managed to attract such a price because it’s one of three that was given away by Sugar Puffs in a competition ahead of the release of the 1966 film ‘Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 AD’ in which it premiered.
Kids are pretty resilient, right? Well it seems it’s not for a lack of trying from makers of TV shows ostensibly made for children. In hindsight, many appear to be have made for the sole purpose of reducing them to haunted, gibbering wrecks. Here are some of the very worst culprits.
After much rumour and speculation, actress Jenna Coleman has confirmed she’s quit ‘Doctor Who’ and has already filmed her final scenes. The star who’s played the Doctor’s companion Clara Oswald since 2012 revealed all to Nick Grimshaw on the Radio 1 breakfast show telling him, “I have left the Tardis, it’s happened already, I’ve filmed my last scenes,” adding her exit had “been in the works for a very long time”. Coleman has moved on to star in a lavish new eight-part ITV drama where she’ll play a young Queen Victoria.