I am back again!

I'm back, and with lots of news, and yes I did have a good holiday, thanks for asking.
so lets begin:

firstly info of torchwood series 3 has been released, and you can read it below:

Filming for the third series of the smash hit drama Torchwood, created by Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies, has begun in Cardiff.

Due to transmit in 2009 on BBC One, the series – called Torchwood: Children Of Earth – sees the team embarking on a single action-packed adventure as they battle for the future of the human race against the fiercest force they have encountered.

The highly-motivated Torchwood team are John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper and Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto Jones.

Other regular cast involved in their high-octane adventure are Kai Owen as Rhys Williams, Gwen's husband, and Tom Price as PC Andy.

Special guests in the five part series are Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who, The Thick Of It, Skins), who plays the role of Mr Frobisher – a civil servant who is hiding a terrible secret; Paul Copely (Coronation Street, The Bill) as Clem – the survivor still haunted by his past; and Liz May Brice (Bad Girls, The Bill) as Johnson – the cynical covert government agent determined to expose Torchwood.

Russell T Davies said: "The new series of Torchwood is hugely bold and promises to be bigger and better than ever – the audience is in for an amazing ride.

"This series is one big serial and the most ambitious story we've ever made, and we've got plenty of surprises in store.

"Julie Gardner, Head of Drama, BBC Wales, said: "We hope to make Torchwood a gripping and surprising TV event with storylines that push our team into greater danger and sacrifice.

"Joining our main cast are some fantastic guest artists who will only add to making this unmissable TV.

"The first two series of Torchwood have received global critical acclaim and the hit drama has been sold to more than 20 countries.

The second series of the BBC Wales-produced series, broadcast on BBC Two earlier this year, attracted audiences of around 3.4 million, peaking at 4.2 million for the first episode. Including viewers on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer the consolidated audience was 5.1 million.

When it launched on BBC Three in October 2006, it attracted the channel's highest viewing figures, with an audience of 2.5 million for the first episode.

Torchwood is executive produced by Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner. The producer is Peter Bennett (Doctor Who).

Torchwood is written by Russell T Davies, John Fay (Clocking Off, Coronation Street, Mobile) and James Moran (Doctor Who, Torchwood) and directed by Euros Lyn (best director in BAFTA Cymru TV Awards, Doctor Who, George Gently).

Torchwood is a BBC Wales for BBC Drama Production and was commissioned by Jane Tranter, BBC Controller of Fiction.

you can now listen to the torchwood lost souls trailer here, lost souls will air at Wednesday 10 September 08 at 2:15PM and will be on bbc radio 4.

SFX have recently posted an interview with Anjli Mohindra on their website. In the interview Anjli talks about how she felt joining the cast of The Sarah Jane Adventures, her character Rani and much more. Two spoiler free quotes from the interview can be seen below,you can read the whole interview here but please be aware that it does contain spoilers. The Sarah Jane Adventures series two will air next month on CBBC and also star; Elisabeth Sladen, Tommy Knight, Daniel Anthony and Yasmin Paige.

Above is the cover for the second exclusive Doctor Who audio book - The Forever Trap by Dan Abnett, it will be read by Catherine Tate. The first audiobook - Pest Control was read by David Tennant and was also exclusively only on audio. The Forever Trap's synopsis hasn't been revealed yet, the CD will be released on the 9th of October.

According to an article from News Of The World, two of the Doctor Who 2009 Specials are going to be filmed in the USA. The article also states that there's also going to be an American companion and it says that David Tennant will be leaving after the specials and that Steven Moffat is working on a Doctor Who film. You can read the full article here but please note these are just rumours and may all turn out to be false.
In other news the Sun is reporting that there will be another gap year between Series 5 and 6, as there will be a Doctor Who Movie to fill the gap. This may also turn out to be false. Would you like Doctor Who to be filmed in the USA with an American companion?

This Weeks Issue (issue 79) Includes:

• Interview: Ryan Sampson, who played genius, Luke Rattigan talks about working with Sontarans and his time on Doctor Who.

• Posters! Brilliant pictures of Luke Rattigan, Lucius, Dalek Caan and the Doctor.

• Ultimate Ood: More fascinating Ood facts.

• Tales from the TARDIS: Rose meets the Doctor for the first time.

• Adventure Guide: We look at Warriors of Kudlak from The Sarah Jane Adventures.

• Quiz: Be careful – we’ve got Weeping Angel quiz!

• Comic strip: Part two of Attack of the Mange Mites – the Doctor has been sucked into space.• Doctor’s Data: All about Bannakaffalatta the little Cyborg.

• Time Teasers: Hidden horror and Odd Hath Out.

• Maze: Save Donna and reach CAL in this week’s quest.

• Woven wordsearch: Win some books!

• Win: The latest Doctor Who DVD and cool books could be yours!

• Subscription offer: Subscribe and you’ll get a free Doctor Who TARDIS and Doctor Files.

• All this and loads more!

And lastly, here's a picture of Billie piper still pregnant,which you can view below:


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