B.W reporter Martyn
Executive Producer Steven Moffat will be a guest on Graham Norton’s Radio 2 show on Saturday, 23rd April, just a few hours before the launch of the new series.
Moffat will be on the show around 1130 UK Time.
Radio 2 is available worldwide on the BBC iPlayer.
Graham is asking for emails to put to Moffat during the programme, which can be sent to email@example.com
“After his last appearance he’d been saying, ‘I think now that David’s left as the Doctor, I would have to leave the Master’.
“He later pulled me aside and said, ‘I didn’t mean that!'”
The new series of Doctor Who starts on April 23 on BBC One at 6pm
2|Entertain have announced a competition on Twitter for fans to contribute on commentaries for the final 7th Doctor adventures to be released on DVD, Dragonfire, The Happiness Patrol and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy.
To enter, fans should submit a question to the Classic Doctor Who Soundcloud group.
The favourites chosen will be featured as recorded on the related commentaries. Keep update to date with classic Doctor Who news, by following @classicdw on twitter
B.W reporter Imran
Former Torchwood actor, Burn Gorman has been cast in The Dark Knight Rises, which is potentially a career changing opportunity. Production is getting closer and closer. The film’s director Christopher Nolan has also added Daniel Sunjata and Diego Klattenhoff. They are joining a cast that now includes Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Juno Temple and Josh Pence.
Sunjata will be playing “a courageous special forces operative” and Klattenhoff will be “a rookie cop who is looking to make a difference.” No word on who Gorman will play other than a supporting role in the film.
The Dark Knight Rises starts shooting in Pittsburgh, USA. This summer for a Summer 2012 release date
The date for the next Whooverville event, Whooverville 3 has been announced. It will take place on Saturday the 3rd of September 2011. The venue is The Quad, in Derby.
If you’re travelling from London, it takes about 2hrs from St.Pancras, on East Midlands Trains.
More details on the link below