A look at Doctor Who media coverage over the past few days.
The latest Radio Times includes a look at the return of 70’s companions Sarah-Jane Smith and K9.
As well as an interview with Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah-Jane Smith) the magazine also talks to Anthony Head, School Reunion and script writer Toby Whithouse.
There’s also news that next week’s issue will include a Doctor Who sticker poster and stickers with the following three editions containing further sticker packs.
Other Media Coverage
The Mirror carries a report on Doctor Who model effects supremo Mike Tucker. Written by Guy Clapperton looks at how Tucker formed his own company in the wake of being made redundant by the BBC.
A number of publications are reporting on the news (reported here earlier in the week) that David Tennant has donated a signed script to a charity book sale. In addition to those outlets which initially reported this the story has now been covered by the Evening Times, Christian Aid and Digital Spy.
The Swindon advertiser reports that Billie “has just been named among the World’s 100 sexiest women, as voted for by the readers of FHM, narrowly missing out on a place in the top ten”.
The Belfast Telegraph has reported that Billie is “among the star-studded line-up who have put their painting skills to use for local chairty Wave.”
Speaking to The Sun Camille Coduri discusses the scare factor of the series. Something we previously missed, Camille is play ‘Peggy’ in Sinchronicity, a new BBC Three drama looking at the “sexual misadventures of a group of 20-somethings” in Manchester.
Full details can be found on the BBC Press Office website.