A little post-Sherlock/Downton Abbey scattershooting

Now that UK audiences are 2/3rd through series 2 of Sherlock and the long Downton Abbey series 2 wait is over for U.S. audiences time to peruse the Internets for some stories that may have been missed while both sides of the pond had stayed away from any potential spoiler alerts this week…. Voldemort the […]

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BBC's 2012 Shakespeare Olympiad

A long-time tradition of BBC programming will be ramped up a notch in 2012 as part of the BBC’s contribution to the Cultural Olympiad and Festival. Television adaptations of the works of William Shakespeare have been announced that include both documentaries and plays. BBC viewers will be treated to the likes of Richard II, Henry […]

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Doctor Who: The Ballad of Russell & Julie

More hijinks from the brilliant Doctor Who cast and crew at the end of not only the David Tennant era, but the end of the Russell T. Davies and Exec Producer, Julie Gardner era. This John Barrowman, David Tennant and Catherine Tate sendoff is priceless. Yet another reason I secretly want to be part of […]

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Time Lords would walk 500 miles…and more

Not only would any self-respecting Time Lord walk 500 miles, but I believe they would walk 500 more just to fall down at your door. This well-traveled video is well worth the time it takes to watch and only solidifies my belief as to how great it would be to be a part of the […]

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With Doctor Who 50th plans underway, will they include Matt Smith?

Must have been something in the water in 1963. Obviously, the most monumental was the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22. Other notable events included the closing of Alcatraz, the Great Train Robbery took place in the UK, Martin Luther King delivered his I Have a Dream speech, the Beatles released their […]

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Vote for comedy on public television in 2012!

BBC Syndication Showcase 2011 postcript As we close the book on the third annual BBC Syndication Showcase, PBS stations across the country leave BBC West (New Orleans) armed with an incredible number of potential choices for programming of all genres to acquire for broadcast in their individual markets. Science, Natural History, Drama, Factual and Comedy. […]

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10 reasons to change places with Doctor Who

At long last, the return of Doctor Who 6.5 has come and gone. Anticipation is replaced by reflection. Thankfully, the folks over a ScreenRant have been busy little reflectors when it comes to the Traveling Time Lord. For different reasons, we’ve all had our favorite Doctor’s over the years from William Hartnell to Matt Smith […]

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Catherine Tate headed to Scranton to join Dunder Mifflin?

If the producers of the American version of Ricky Gervais’ The Office have their way, the brilliance of Catherine Tate will take over for Steve Carell (Michael Scott) as head of Dunder Miffin. The only thing that could stand in the way would be a schedule conflict as Tate will be appearing on stage this […]

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