Ian Scoones preps the TARDIS for a shot. From BBC VFX: The Story of the BBC Visual Effects Department (available HERE in U.S. and HERE in U.K.) - image via AICN
This weekend brings us "The Girl Who Waited" - the 10th episode of DOCTOR WHO's 13 episode Season/Series 6. Which means…we're now less than one month away from finding out what does, or does not, happen at Lake Silence (I did that on purpose…I know it's Lake Silencio on the show…but it's the same thing…you see…)
"The Girl Who Waited" is directed by Nick Hurran (who also directs next week's "The God Complex") and scripted by Tom MacRae (who wrote the Tennant-era "Rise of the Cybermen" and "The Age of Steel").
SUPERIOR VIDEO OF SYLVESTER McCOY'S PANDORICA INTEPRETATION
Last week I posted an embed of video captured during Sylvester McCoy's recent Dragon-Con appearance. In the clip, "7th Doctor" McCoy was asked to perform Matt Smith's Moffat-scripted Pandorica/Stonehenge monolog.
The video we initially posted had poor image quality and even lower quality sound - here's a different angle that is much brighter, sharper, and infinitely more audible. In the piece, McCoy also discusses his dealings...or lack of dealings...with Sonic Screwdrivers. Fascinating stuff - check it out.
My friend Ken Plume, seen above with McCoy, also records "A Bit of a Chat" - an ongoing podcast featuring different guests from various fascinating fields. He's now posted his extensive chat with Sylvester McCoy, which you can find HERE.
AN IMPORTANT WARNING ABOUT SPOILERS
The AICN DOCTOR WHO Talkback below - aka "Docback" - is comprised of, and warmly welcomes, participants from across the globe.
Alas, please remember that DOCTOR WHO airs in the U.K. a few hours before it's seen on BBC America here in the States, for example.
While the Docback Code of Conduct (posted below) strongly encourages SPOILER SENSITIVITY at all times, it is quite likely that this Docback will become a SPOILER INTENSIVE ZONE late tomorrow morning U.S. time (Saturday September 10) - when "The Girl Who Waited "airs in the U.K.
If you wish to remain free and clear of "Girl Who Waited" spoilers until after you've seen the show for yourself, you should tread cautiously if visiting this page after late tomorrow morning U.S. time.
U.S. VIEWERS (AND VIEWERS FROM OTHER REGIONS): please consider this ample notice and fair warning.
[S6 (1) DOCBACKS]
"The Impossible Astronaut"
"Day of the Moon"
"The Curse of the Black Spot"
"The Doctor's Wife"
"The Rebel Flesh"
"The Almost People"
[S6 (2) DOCBACKS]
"Time and the Rani"
"Merrick's Personal Journey With The Doctor / "Frontios"
"An Unearthly Child"
DOCTOR WHO Title Sequences & DW At Comic-Con 2011
"The Daleks," "The Awakening," "The Crash of the Elysium"
"The Gunfighters" / "The Edge Of Destruction"
Why Eccleston Left, Here Comes Caroline Skinner, And Season/Series Six Part 1 on Blu-Ray And DVD
"Paradise Towers" / New WHOvian Documentary / Newsbits
New Trailer For Season/Series Six Part 2
"Marco Polo" and "The Sun Makers"
"Day of the Daleks" (+ Preview Of DotD Special Edition)
WATCH EPISODES FROM THE CURRENT SEASON/SERIES
See DOCTOR WHO Season/Series Six Episode 1 - "The Impossible Astronaut" - in HD HERE and standard def HERE.
See "Day of The Moon" - the second installment of the season premiere linked above - in HD HERE and standard def HERE.
Episode 3 - "The Curse Of The Black Spot" - can be found in HD HERE or standard def HERE.
Episode 4 - "The Doctor's Wife" - is available HERE in HD, while standard def is availabe HERE.
Episode 5 - "The Rebel Flesh" - can be seen HERE in HD, or viewed in standard def HERE.
Episode 6 - "The Almost People" - can be found HERE in HD and HERE in standard def.
Episode 7 - "A Good Man Goes To War" is HERE in HD and is in standard def HERE.
Episode 8 - "Let's Kill Hitler" - in HD HERE and standard def HERE.
Episode 9 -"Night Terrors" - HD HERE, standard def HERE.
Episode 10- "The Girl Who Waited" - HD HERE, standard def HERE.
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