Welcome to Time Lord Eleven


Hello and welcome to Time Lord Eleven, the up to date Doctor Who information site! Here you can find: features, news, reviews, competitions and information on the time travelling TV show. Remember, this website may contain spoilers... and fezzes! Join the Doctor, Amy, Rory and River as they travel through the universe, battling countless monsters along the way. Please refrain from using inappropriate language as this is a friendly website with a good reputation.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Time Lord Eleven's 11 Questions: Tom MacRae

Our own exclusive interview with The Girl Who Waited writer himself, Tom MacRae.

The God Complex Twenty-Two Teasers




SFX have dropped a huge amount of hints for The God Complex.









Sunday, 11 September 2011

Closing Time Official Synopsis

Note: Sorry for this being late.

The BBC have issued the synopsis for Episode Twelve, Closing Time, and the Episode Guide gets another update.








Do YOU Want to Write For Time Lord Eleven?

Have you ever wanted to write for Time Lord Eleven? Well now it's your chance!

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Five Teasers for The Girl Who Waited




Another five teasers for The Girl Who Waited, this time supplied by io9.










The Girl Who Waited Promotional Pictures



The BBC have released a new selection of promotional pictures for The Girl Who Waited.





Monday, 5 September 2011

20 Teasers for The Girl Who Waited



SFX have released a set of teasers for the tenth episode of the series The Girl Who Waited.






Monsters Page

The new Monsters Page is up!

Sunday, 4 September 2011

Next Time: The Girl Who Waited





The newest poll for Night Terrors and the trailers and introductions for The Girl Who Waited.





Saturday, 3 September 2011

Friday, 2 September 2011

Paradox Lost Doctor Who Magazine Review

A few months ago, Doctor Who Magazine did a few reviews on the three new Doctor Who books. Now they're back and with a much more in depth review...

Thursday, 1 September 2011

The God Complex Official Synopsis

The official synopsis for The God Complex has been announced by the BBC and the episode synopses have been updated.








Ten Night Terrors Teasers






Digital Spy have released ten new
teasers for the upcoming episode, Night Terrors.









Night Terrors Promotional Images

The BBC have released a batch of pictures for Night Terrors, broadcasting on Saturday evening.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Matt Smith - River Shouldn't be a Permanent Companion

Speaking to BANG Showbiz, Matt Smith said that he wouldn't want River to become a full companion. But he also says that River appears in an episode excluding the eighth and thirteenth...

Borrowed Time Doctor Who Magazine Review

A few months ago, Doctor Who Magazine did a few reviews on the three new Doctor Who books. Now they're back and with a much more in depth review...

Arthur Darvill Metro Interview

Arthur Darvill was interviewed in today's edition of the Metro about Doctor Who, Rory's many deaths and taxidermy. You can read the full interview here.

Thursday, 25 August 2011

Touched by an Angel Doctor Who Magazine Review

A few months ago, Doctor Who Magazine did a few reviews on the three new Doctor Who books. Now they're back and with a much more in depth review...

Official The Girl Who Waited Synopsis

Earlier today, some plot details were given. Now, it's the official synopsis...

Doctor Who Magazine Pictures: Series Six Part Two

Doctor Who Magazine have published some new pictures in the latest issue, with pictures of Handbots, clowns and giant dolls.








The Girl Who Waited Synopsis

We've had the synopsis for Let's Kill Hitler and Night Terrors. Now, it's the turn of The Girl Who Waited.

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Thursday, 4 August 2011

New Series Six Part Two Trailer!

Can't wait for Series Six Part Two? Watch some trailers to get in the mood...

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Sunday, 31 July 2011

Announcements

Hello. Another YouTube video for you all with two announcements: one about the videos I'll create in the future and the other about interviews... enjoy!

Thursday, 28 July 2011

The End of the Holiday

Hello. My holiday to Portugal is over at last! It was very difficult to not blog over the past week but at least I'm back... for now. Anyway, here is the news from the past week that I missed to blog:

>  The fifth Adventure Game will be called The Gunpowder Plot

>  The episode written by Tom MacRae (Episode Ten) is called The Girl Who Waited

>  The second episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day, Rendition, was broadcast

>  The broadcast date of Series Six Part Two has been announced for the USA (with the UK date being very soon after, hopefully) and it is the 27th August at 9pm

>  The main villain for Let's Kill Hitler (who is not actually Hitler) is called the Tessalecta (if that's how it's spelt)

>  Doctor Who went to Comic Con and a trailer was released with new, epic clips

>  Karen Gillan has confirmed that Amy Pond will return for Series Seven, but Arthur Darvill has not confirmed that Rory will too

>  Steven Moffat considered making a Madame Vestra/Jenny spin-off

Also, tonight at 9pm is the broadcast for the third episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day, Dead of Night. You can expect a whole load of Who Reviews including the reviews for The New World, Rendition and Dead of Night.

Finally, there are two more competitions opening up and they both have prizes!

The first is a Torchwood competition:

Torchwood: Miracle Day is the new series of Torchwood which involves the whole world becoming immortal. To celebrate the new series, this competition is about the series. All you have to do is answer three simple questions, then email me the answers at timelordeleven@gmail.com with your address so I can send you the prize if you have won. All addresses will be kept confidential and can you please include your name and (if you have one) a Google or Disqus username so I know who you are online. Once you have emailed me your entries, I will email you acknowleging your entry. The questions are below:

1. What is Torchwood an anagram of?

2. What is the name of the twelve year old girl who Oswald Danes murdered?

3. What type of poison was Jack poisoned with in Rendition?

As I said previously, email me the answers, your real name, your username and your address. The closing date is the 4th September 2011. The prize is the Torchwood book, Border Princes in mint condition. It is written byDan Abnett and you can read the blurb below:

The End of the World began on a Thursday night in October just after eight in the evening...
The Amok is driving people out of their minds, turning them into zombies and causing riots in the streets. A solitary diner leaves a Cardiff restaurant, his mission to protect the Principal leading him to a secret base beneath a water tower. Everyone has a headache; there's something in Davey Morgan's shed; and the church of St-Mary-in-the-Dust, demolished in 1840, has reappeared - though it's not due until 2011. Torchwood seem to be out of their depth. What will all this mean for the romance between Torchwood's  newest members?
Captain Jack Harkness has something more to worry about: an alarm, an early warning, given to mankind and held - inert - by Torchwood for 108 years. And now it's flashing. Something is coming. Or something is already here.

The next competition is a Doctor Who competition:

In the middle of the three month gap of Doctor Who Series Six, I have bought and read many of the Doctor Who books including Apollo 23, Paradox Lost and Dead of Winter. This competition involves you, the readers, creating your own monster, alien or villain of any kind. You must describe, in exact detail, your alien: what it looks like, what specialities it has, why it would want to defeat the Doctor and any weaknesses it has. You may include a picture of your monster to complete the creation. As in the Torchwood competition, please email me your entries at timelordeleven@gmail.com with your description, your address, your name and your username. The prize is two Doctor Who books, The Brilliant Book 2011 and Apollo 23, the first Doctor Who book starring the Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond. This competition also ends on the 4th September 2011. Good luck!

Update:
Sorry folks, the Brilliant Book is off of the prize list for various reasons too complicated to describe! So now it's just Apollo 23, the first book of Doctor Who for Matt Smith and Amelia Jessica Pond.

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Torchwood Miracle Day: Rendition Short Trailer

Hello. The BBC are showing short trailers for the next episode of Torchwood, Rendition. Some of the scenes we've seen before but some are completely new. You can watch it below:


Also, on a unrelated note, I will be in Portugal for the next week so there won't be any more news until then. Goodbye for now!

Preview of Series Six Part Two

Hello. The BBC has released yet another "Original British Drama" trailer and in it, with many other clips, are some clips for the second half of Doctor Who Series Six. You can watch the clip below:


As you can see, two new clips have been added! The first is Amy battling what is thought to be a Handbot from Episode Ten with a samurai sword and a staff. Madame Vestra anyone? Also, if you look closely, you can see that a man runs behind her. Who is it? Is it Rory? The Doctor? A random man? Who knows, only time will tell.
The second clip is of Craig Owens (James Corden) and the Doctor getting very close. Craig thinks the Doctor is going to kiss him while the Doctor fiddles with the sonic screwdriver. But where are they? It looks like some sort of ship... what about a Cybership? Filming pictures have shown that Cybermats are part of the episode and the Cybermen play a part in the episode too. And what is the Doctor doing? You can post your theories and ideas in the comment box below.

Upcoming Who Reviews

Hello again. As you know, Who Reviews are exclusive to Time Lord Eleven and there have only been two since they began. I'm currently working on the third review but there are a load of other ones still to come. Below is a list of the Who Reviews in the order in which I will film them in:
  • Who Review 003 - The Curse of the Black Spot
  • Who Review 004 - The New World
  • Who Review 005 - The Doctor's Wife
  • Who Review 006 - The Rebel Flesh
  • Who Review 007 - Rendition
  • Who Review 008 - Paradox Lost
  • Who Review 009 - The Almost People
  • Who Review 010 - Touched by an Angel
  • Who Review 011 - A Good Man Goes to War
  • Who Review 012 - Borrowed Time
  • Who Review 013 - Apollo 23
Remember, these may vary as the Who Reviews for the Adventure Games will be slotted in there as well. As you can see, I have a lot of work to do and I'm going on holiday on Thursday so some of the reviews will be a long time away.

Monday, 18 July 2011

Feature: Will Doctor Who Become American?

Hello. On many Doctor Who websites, people have been debating whether or not Doctor Who is becoming too American. The debate has been going on since we first heard about filming in America last year and it has grown over the past few months. To clear things up, this article is to present to you why it is NOT becoming too American and in some cases, why it is.

To start off, a recent interview with Russell T Davies shows his side of the debate:
"No one at BBC Worldwide is looking at an American version of Doctor Who. I know everyone thinks we have secret plans. But we do have plans for new dramas, and non-science fiction. It's about time I got back to that material, 'cause I have a lot to say in that world. So our ambitions are endless - but not for that particular one!"
On the other hand, Torchwood was not expected to become an American TV show but look at it now. It's a co-production with the BBC and many of its stars are American. Also, the majority of the series will be set and filmed in America too. The difference is quite dramatic compared to the other series, but if you think about it, does it have to be a bad thing?
Doctor Who is a British show and in my opinion it always will be, even if it moves to the States, but what would happen if it did move over to the USA? Would it be a bad thing? If anything, the action scenes would be more exciting, the settings would be more effective and the special effects could be even greater than anything we have seen before. Think about the first episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day, The New World. It had a completely different feel to it but this did not take away the fact that the show is outstanding and a brilliant drama. If anything, it added to it.


The first two episodes of Doctor Who Series Six was, of course, The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon. If you remember, in the first ever Who Review, I commented on the amazing settings and the beautiful scenery. These features were one of the main factors of the episodes and made the episode what it was. Would it be bad if every episode was full of these landscape shots?
Also, the viewing figures for Series Six so far have been as good as any other (these final viewing figures are compared to the final viewing figures of Series Five):

THE IMPOSSIBLE ASTRONAUT - 8.9 million viewers
DAY OF THE MOON - 7.3 million viewers
THE CURSE OF THE BLACK SPOT - 7.85 million viewers
THE DOCTOR'S WIFE - 7.97 million viewers
THE REBEL FLESH - 7.35 million viewers
THE ALMOST PEOPLE - 6.72 million viewers
A GOOD MAN GOES TO WAR - 7.57 million viewers

These figures are very similar to the viewing figures of previous series and this proves that Doctor Who is not in danger of having to move to America due to lack of views.
We know that, at least until the 50th Anniversary, Doctor Who will still be in th UK, with Matt Smith and Steven Moffat. The Ponds are not confirmed to appear in the seventh series, let alone the 50th Anniversary in 2013.
In conclusion, there is no certain proof that Doctor Who will become American in the near future, but it depends on your side of the debate.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

The Adventure Games Series Two News

Hello. The next series of the popular Adventure Games, starring Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond, were announced in December last year. Since then, we have had no news on them, due to the business of series Six, but at last we have some news. Three Twitter updates were the first pieces of news we received on them:
Just back from day in studio with Matt Smith recording the next Doctor Who Adventure Game. His lines include words 'Imperial' & 'duck'.
Matt's performance is alive with energy. Hook him up to national grid and he could power the UK for a fortnight. Will be best Ad Game yet.
A report on today's Doctor Who Adventure Game recording (plus some v special exclusives!) will materialise next week on [the official Doctor Who website].
Then, the BBC posted an article on Matt recording the lines for the fifth Game in the complete series. You can find it here, but the main elements of the article are below:
 >  The Adventure Game will be the biggest and most ambitious yet

>  The costumes and sets are 'beautiful' according to the Doctor himself

>  Matt Smith thinks one of the lines is: "Brilliant!" And that you could only get a line like that in Doctor Who

>  The trailers are unique and try to do something that has never been done in the history of Doctor Who

>  Toby Robinson, the recording engineer thinks the trailers are 'magical'

>  Matt says: "If you think [AGMGTW] was good, just wait for Episode 8... you're in for a treat!"

>  The Adventure Game is written by Phil Ford (the writer of City of the Daleks, Blood of the Cybermen and Shadows of the Vashta Nerada)

As mentioned earlier, the Game should be coming out very soon. All trailers, clips and interviews will be posted here. Plus, as an extra bonus, you can expect five Who Reviews:
  • Who Review - City of the Daleks
  • Who Review - Blood of the Cybermen
  • Who Review - TARDIS
  • Who Review - Shadows of the Vashta Nerada
  • Who Review - (Fifth Adventure Game)
Also, even though they weren't there, we are supposing that Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill will be in it (hopefully) but will be recording on another day.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Hello! (Again)

Hello! Quick post, sorry for the lack of posts over the last few weeks, I got into the habit of forgetting to post news! I'm back into the swing of things now, but I'm not going to post news that I've missed. Links to all of the websites that have posted this news are on the side of the page and below:

Doctor Who TV

Life, Doctor Who and Combom

The Whoniverse Blog

Time Dragon in the Vortex

CultBox

The Doctor in the TARDIS

Read these websites, they're brilliant!

Anyway, no one entered the What Happened Next competition, so that'll be closing without any entries. Torchwood: Miracle Day has already aired in America and it will be airing soon in Britain. On Doctor Who TV, guest writer Clint Hassell has been writing many articles on the broadcast of the episode. You can get to them below:

Starz Miracle Day Premiere Screening

20 Torchwood Miracle Day Teasers

Torchwood Q&A: Miracle Day

Torchwood Miracle Day Review

Friday, 1 July 2011

Torchwood Miracle Day: The New World Synopsis

Hello. The synopsis for the first episode of Miracle Day has been released by the BBC. You can read it below:
One day, nobody dies. All across the world, nobody dies. And then the next day, and the next, and the next, people keep ageing – they get hurt and sick, but they never die. The result: a population boom, overnight.
With all the extra people, resources are finite. It’s said that in four month’s time, the human race will cease to be viable. But this can’t be a natural event – someone’s got to be behind it. It’s a race against time as CIA agent Rex Matheson investigates a global conspiracy. The answers lie within an old, secret British institute. As Rex keeps asking: “What is Torchwood?”, he’s drawn into a world of adventure, and a threat to change what it means to be human … for ever.
In the launch episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day, Agent Rex Matheson is impaled in a car crash and miraculously survives, while his analyst, Esther Drummond, sets out to discover what Torchwood is.
Far away, in Wales, Gwen Cooper lives in hiding with her husband Rhys and daughter Anwen – she’s the last surviving Torchwood member and is determined to stay hidden.
In Kentucky, convicted murderer Oswald Danes survives his own execution. And when Esther meets the mysterious Captain Jack Harkness, assassins are activated to kill them all…
The New World will broadcast on the 14th July at 9:00 pm. The series will continue for 10 weeks, each episode on a Thursday.

Thursday, 30 June 2011

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Episode (Matt Smith)

Hello. I am VERY sorry that I have not posted any awards in... well, a long time! I will continue tomorrow with the awards and the Award Page will be going back up too. The award today is for the Best Episode in the Matt Smith era. Below is a clip of the winning episode:


DAY OF THE MOON!
Well done to the episode! There were many difficult episodes to choose from and so it was pretty hard to decide!

Who Review 002 - Day of the Moon

Hello. This is the second Who Review to be filmed on YouTube and you can watch it below:



ENJOY!

Sunday, 26 June 2011

Time Lord Eleven Has Twitter

Hello. Time Lord Eleven now has Twitter (as the title suggests)! The username is TimeLordEleven and you will see updates regularly on your home page. And so... that's the end of the post! A very short one, I know.

Who Review 001 - The Impossible Astronaut


Hello. The first ever YouTube-filmed Who Review is finally here! You can see it below (before you watch it, remember, it was the first time I've ever filmed something for 10 minutes and so in some places I may heitate a bit!):


Enjoy! The Who Review 002: Day of the Moon on YouTube will be coming soon...

Saturday, 25 June 2011

Poll Results

Hello. A while ago, I asked you to vote for what you thought of A Good Man Goes to War. There were five options and you decided which one suited you best. And so, here's the result for the vote:

5 of you voted 'The battle was won!'
4 of you voted 'Average'
1 of you voted 'Not that good'

But this was not the only vote I asked you to do. I also asked you to vote in the Best Series Six Episode.


And you did! The results for that vote is below:

2 of you voted 'The Impossible Astronaut'
3 of you voted 'Day of the Moon'
1 of you voted 'The Curse of the Black Spot'
3 of you voted 'The Doctor's Wife'
1 of you voted 'The Almost People'
4 of you voted 'A Good Man Goes to War'

New Title Picture

Hello. Today, the title picture at the top of the page has been changed. It's the first time it has been changed for a month and I hope you like it. Unlike before, when you had to scroll down a long way to actually find the news, you only need to scroll down a small bit to see the latest news and info on Doctor Who. You can see the picture below (and at the top of the page!):

Friday, 24 June 2011

Tom Macrae Interview: Episode Ten, the Crash of the Elysium and the Scariness of Doctor Who

Hello. Tom Macrae, the writer of Episode Ten, was recently interviewed by the Telegraph. In it, he talks about the episode he's writing for Series Six and the upcoming stage show, the Crash of the Elysium. You can read the whole interview here and thanks to The Whoniverse Blog for the heads up. Here it is:

When asked about how he got into writing Doctor Who:
I’ve been associated with the show since Christopher Eccleston started doing it. I got that because Russell T Davies had mentored me when I was first starting out in an unofficial way. He was hugely influential on me, and used to script-edit my stuff. I’m not trained at all - I have no qualifications in writing.
When Doctor Who came back I was thrilled but I never thought he’d ask me to do it. When he did, I was completely blown away. I went from writing characters of roughly the same age as me to doing the Cybermen. It was incredible and the biggest learning curve you could ever imagine.
When asked about writing an episode for Series Six:
I’ve written episode 10 which I think is my most accomplished piece of plotting ever. There’s a break in the series, so it will be coming out later. What’s interesting is that the requirements of the script meant that for various reasons nothing has gone out about it at all. We didn’t do much location filming, and the way the guest characters work is unusual, so no one knows anything about my episode.
There’s speculation about it which is wrong - some bright spark has put the title of the episode on IMDB as The Green Anchor - it has never been called that! I’m amazed we’ve kept it this secret because there’s a really big surprise in it. All I will say is that it’s an unusual episode and it’s really great.
When asked about the series being too scary:
I don’t think it’s scarier than it’s ever been. I think it has always been scary. It’s in HD now. Maybe that makes a difference. Maybe you’re able to show things you couldn’t before. But the scariest things were always shadows, taps on the window - the show has always done that.
I know when I was a kid - and Sylvester McCoy was my Doctor - it scared me. I look back on it now and it’s laughable - it’s hard if you ask an adult what they think, they’ll always have a view that isn’t the kids’ view. Matt Smith is incredibly funny as the Doctor - there are lots of daffy things going on. I don’t think it changes as much as people think it does.
When asked about the Crash of the Elysium:
In the tradition of the best Doctor Who the premise of what needs to happen is clearly outlined in the first couple of scenes, where it’s established what’s going on and what the kids have to do. They then go on a mission that requires them to head into this labyrinth of wonder we’ve created.
It’s not like The Crystal Maze - if they want to interrogate the adults they meet we have, over months of careful planning, created a watertight story about what’s going on. But the instruction to the actors is - here’s the information, if the kids ask you questions you’ve got everything you need. If all they want to do is press the buttons let them do that!
Finally, when asked about the age limit for the show:
I’ve read huge outrage online about people not being able to see it because they’re too old. What I like about this is that where there’s an age limit usually it’s about excluding younger kids. What we’ve done is said: if you’re too old to believe in Father Christmas, you’re too old for this show - not because it’s simplistic but because you’ll spoil it for the kids.
If we say that we’ve sent you back in time, and there’s a dinosaur round the corner, when you’re 14, you can play along with that - but you know it isn’t really happening. If you’re six, as far as you’re concerned that dinosaur is real. There could be a version for teenagers - but if we did that, we’d have to make it scarier and teens are very quick to be too cool for stuff.
With thanks to the Whoniverse Blog and the Telegraph for notifying me and for the interview.

Lack of Pages

Hello. Sorry about the lack of pages, I'm trying to make a Series 1-5 page and I need to get all of the other ones out of the way so I can create it. This page is coming soon and the others are DEFINITELY coming back too. Also, some of the pages are being updated. Here's a list of the pages and their updates:

HOME - The home page is going to be called News from now on.

SERIES SIX - The information will be layed out in a new format that was originally going to be used for the Series 1-5 page.

THE DOCTOR - Information about the previous Doctor's will be added.

COMPETITIONS - The What Happened Next competition will be added.

COMPANIONS - Information about the previous companions will be added.

WHO REVIEWS - More Who Reviews will be added (and they will be filmed on YouTube).

AWARDS - The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 will be added as they are posted.

All of these pages will be coming soon (again).

Thursday, 23 June 2011

Coming Soon - Who Reviews On YouTube!

Hello. A new video for TimeLordElevenVideos has been posted and it's about a new update to the Who Reviews which are exclusive to Time Lord Eleven (sorry I haven't posted many recently, I have to catch up with the series and the books as well). All the information you need can be found in the video below:

100TH POST!

HELLO! This is the 100TH POST! Wow! To think only a month ago I was announcing the 'Doctor Save Our Souls!' competition. That was of course, for the first ever post. Ninety-nine posts later, and another competition is opening. This competition is called:

What Happened Next...

The competition involves a character that has previously starred in the show. It must show the character having another adventure which continues on from when they were last seen. It could be a second after the Doctor leaves, a month, a year, maybe even a few years. It must involve a different alien to the one seen in the episode. The story can be as long as you want it to be but it must be in story form, no scripts or poems or any other format. Some examples of the characters could be:
  • Craig Owens
  • Captain Avery
  • Canton Everett Delaware the Third
  • Winston Churchill
  • Vincent Van Gogh
  • Liz 10
Also, the Doctor cannot star in the story. He can be mentioned but that's all. The winning entry will be posted here. Good luck! The closing date is the 3rd July 2011.

New Doctor Who Books Released

Hello. Another three Doctor Who books have been published and are looking great. The titles are:

PARADOX LOST

Written by: George Mann

BORROWED TIME
Written by: Naomi A. Alderman

TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL
Written by: Jonathan Morris

Who Reviews of these books as well as The Way Through the Woods, Dead of Winter and Hunter's Moon will be coming soon.

Monday, 20 June 2011

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Episode (David Tennant)

Hello. Today, the award is for the best episode in the David Tennant era. As David Tennant had four series and four specials, this is a very, very difficult choice. I have, however come to a decision. Like the previous article, I shall post a clip of the episode for you. Here's the clip:



BLINK!
Well done to Blink for winning and join us tomorrow for the best episode in the Matt Smith era.

Sunday, 19 June 2011

Series Six Episode Nine Title Announced

Hello. The first half of Series Six has come and passed and we are now awaiting and anticipating the second half of the series. Most of the news recently has been about the next series and it has been slightly sad but this news should perk you up. Episode Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen are all unnamed however some to have titles that need to be confirmed. And now only four of those episodes have titles that aren't officially announced. So, the title for Episode Nine is...



NIGHT TERRORS!



This was one of the titles that had to be confirmed as it was either going to be this title or House Calls. So, let's take a look at the titles of Series Six so far:

Episode One: The Impossible Astronaut
Episode Two: Day of the Moon
Episode Three: The Curse of the Black Spot
Episode Four: The Doctor's Wife
Episode Five: The Rebel Flesh
Episode Six: The Almost People
Episode Seven: A Good Man Goes to War

MID-SERIES BREAK

Episode Eight: Let's Kill Hitler
Episode Nine: Night Terrors
Episode Ten: The Green Anchor TBC
Episode Eleven: The God Complex TBC
Episode Twelve: Title TBC
Episode Thirteen: Series Finale Title TBC

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Episode (Christopher Eccleston)

Hello. Many episodes have come from Doctor Who in the past five years and these next three awards are dedicated to one from each era - Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant and Matt Smith. The first one is for one episode from the Christopher Eccleston. I will add one clip from the episode to show you which episode it is.



THE EMPTY CHILD!
Well done to the Empty Child! Join us tomorrow for the Best Episode (David Tennant).

Saturday, 18 June 2011

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Villain

Hello. The final award for today is for the Best Villian Award. I've had to do three awards today so I'm just going to get on with it. The nominees for the Best Villian Award are:

THE DREAM LORD - Amy's Choice


MAX CAPRICORN - The Voyage of the Damned


THE EDITOR - The Long Game


And the winner is...



THE DREAM LORD!
Congratulations! The Dream Lord is a fantastic villain and deserved to win. Join us later for the Best Episode (Christopher Eccleston). 

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Returning Alien

Hello. Now, the award is for Best Returning Alien. This can be a full species or just one alien from the species. So let's get started. The nominees for the Best Returning Alien Award are:

THE DALEKS - Completely evil


THE CYBERMEN - Men of metal


THE SILURIANS - The lizard people


And the winner is...



THE DALEKS!
Well done to the Daleks and better luck next timen for the other nominees. Join us soon for the Best Villain Award.

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Best Returning Character

Hello! This is the first of three Time Lord Eleven Awards for today as I missed the awards for the last few days as I have been trying to use YouTube more. Anyway, today is the award for Best Returning Character. So let's get started. The nominees for the Best Returning Character Award are:

RIVER SONG - Silence in the Library, Forest of the Dead, The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang, The Impossible Astronaut, Day of the Moon, A Good Man Goes to War


CRAIG OWENS - The Lodger, An Episode Later This Year


CAPTAIN JACK HARKNESS - The Empty Child, The Doctor Dances, Utopia, The Sound of Drums, The Last of the Time Lords, The Stolen Earth, Journey's End, The End of Time Part Two


And the winner is...



RIVER SONG!
Congratulations River and comiserations to the other nominees. Join us soon for Best Returning Alien.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Biggest Mistake

Hello. Today the award is for Biggest Mistake (the second award today). This mistake can be made by the Doctor, a companion or an alien. So let's get started. The nominees for Biggest Mistake Award are:

THE DOCTOR - Letting Eliot get his headphones.


THE DOCTOR - Not realising that Melody was a Flesh avatar.


THE SILENCE - "You should kill us all on sight."


And the winner is...



THE SILENCE!
A very, very, VERY big mistake from the Silence! Wrong time to say that! Join us tomorrow for the Best Returning Character Award.

The Time Lord Eleven Doctor Who Awards 2011 - Worst Cliffhanger

Hello. Today the award is for Worst Cliffhanger. Before I begin, I'd like to apologise about missing the award yesterday. A lot of things are going on about the blog and so I just forgot but to catch up I'll post two today. So, the nominees for the Worst Cliffhanger Award are:

NONE OF THEM!

Yep, that's right! None of them are bad enough to be awarded the Worst Cliffhanger Award! Sorry about that, but that's the way it is. Join us later today for the Biggest Mistake.