New Official Doctor Who Site Unveiled
New Official Doctor Who Site unveiled
The BBC have completely revamped the official Doctor Who site with numerous new articles on series 5 including a Matt Smith & Steven Moffat Exclusive!
From The BBC official site…
First Minute of The Eleventh Hour
Doctor Who returns to BBC One on Saturday, 3 April but the good news is you can see the beginning of the first episode right here this weekend!
The Eleventh Hour introduces us to the new Doctor, Amy Pond and a revamped TARDIS. But this is Doctor Who so before all that we have some incredible action to kick off the new series in style!
We last saw the Doctor immediately after his regeneration. The TARDIS was spinning crazily out-of-control and plummeting towards Earth. What happens next? Find out here on Saturday, 27th March at 18.25. We hope you’ll join us for what promises to be an exciting premiere!
New Doctor Who Confidential Logo…
Doctor Who Confidential
Saturday 03 April BBC3
7:25pm – 8:10pm
Call Me the Doctor
Behind-the-scenes look at the making of Doctor Who, capturing all the backstage treats from Matt Smith’s first action-packed episode and giving a real ‘getting to know you’ taster of life as The Doctor. There’s a Cribs-style tour of the TARDIS with Matt and production designer Edward Thomas, a glimpse of the episode 1 read-through and an insight into life on set as the nation’s favourite Time Lord. Narrated by Alex Price and featuring interviews with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat.
BBC America also have a dedicated website to the new series with videos ( not visible in the UK ) and images which you can see Here
Doctor Who series 5 HQ Trailer…
The BBC Press office has also confirmed the Date and time
New series High Definition programme
Saturday 3 April
6.20-7.25pm BBC ONE
The Doctor has regenerated into a brand-new man, but danger strikes before he can even recover, as Doctor Who returns for a new series. With the Tardis wrecked and the sonic screwdriver destroyed, the new Doctor has just 20 minutes to save the whole world – and only Amy Pond to help him.
The Doctor is played by Matt Smith and Amy Pond by Karen Gillan.
Doctor Who is simulcast on the BBC HD channel – the BBC’s High Definition channel, available through Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media.