John Barrowman has been removed from a Doctor Who Live event after admitting that he exposed himself on set of the sci-fi drama.
The actress says she feels privileged to have been part of the drama and re-telling the story for all those affected by AIDS
The creator of 'Queer As Folk' and 'Cucumber' does not want to cast people to 'act gay'.
The 'Doctor Who' writer is not happy about the idea of "screaming" people "whizzing past my home" while he is trying to work.
It seemed a good time, then, to look back on Channel Four’s Banana, a television programme dedicated to much the same celebration. In 2015 Russell T Davies was returning to the world of television after a very successful run on Doctor Who; though that was then what he was best known for, that hadn’t always been the case. Prior to Doctor Who, Davies had been most well known for his programs such as Queer as Folk or Bob and Rose, both popular, mainstream dramas about gay people.
What better way to spend a dreadful Wednesday morning (hi, flaming June, nice to see you … not) other than curled up on the sofa, catching up on the BBC’s new production of Will Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Today marks ten years since David Tennant’s first series as the Doctor - it’s ten years of the Tenth Doctor. Click here to view the first part of this post, with five great Tenth Doctor moments from his first two series’.
It’s strange to think, really, just how long it’s been since Christopher Eccleston first graced our screens as the Doctor, bringing Doctor Who back with a bang. The Ninth Doctor is, for me, a bit of an oddity. One of the things I’ve come to appreciate most about the Ninth Doctor is how well defined his character arc is, and the manner in which we get to see him develop across the series.