5 reasons why Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor should be your favourite

As a life-long Doctor Who fan, the hardest and most annoying question to answer is, “Who’s your favourite Doctor?” Here Liam South provides five reasons why the Ninth Doctor should be your answer…   Being the first Doctor for a new, young audience, Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor is fast-paced and energetic.   Eccleston’s clothes, while maybe … >

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Season 2 of autism drama ‘The A Word’ begins filming

The second season of The A Word has started shooting in the Lake District. Starring Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who), Lee Ingleby (Our Zoo), Morven Christie (Grantchester), Greg McHugh (Fresh Meat) and Vinette Robinson (Sherlock), alongside newcomer Max Vento, the drama series launched on BBC One in March 2016. The official synopsis reads: “[Season 2] picks up two years on from … >

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‘Casualty’ celebrates 30 years of A-list guest stars – watch!

BBC Store is marking the 30th anniversary of Casualty with a look back at some of the long-running medical drama’s A-list guest stars. Famous faces who appeared in Casualty early in their careers include Tom Hiddleston, Daisy Ridley, Kate Winslet, Martin Freeman, Orlando Bloom and Christopher Eccleston. Featuring 14 classic episodes, the Casualty: Spot The Star collection is available to … >

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12 actors from ‘Doctor Who’ who’ve appeared in the Marvel universe

Karen Gillan recently finished filming her return as Nebula in the second Guardians of the Galaxy movie, out in cinemas next summer, but she’s far from being the only Doctor Who star in the Marvel universe. Here we take a look at the Doctor Who actors who’ve appeared in Marvel adaptations…   Christopher Eccleston as Malekith in Thor: The … >

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Christopher Eccleston gets emotional launching anti-bullying campaign

Doctor Who star Christopher Eccleston broke down on Good Morning Britain yesterday as he recalled being bullied as a child. The 52-year-old actor made an emotional appearance on the show to campaign against playground bullying. Eccleston confessed that being bullied aged five had “really coloured my life” and told hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that he was also “ashamed” to have been a … >

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US start date confirmed for BBC autism drama ‘The A Word’

BBC One’s hit autism drama The A Word will begin in the US next month. Starring Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who), Lee Ingleby (Our Zoo), Morven Christie (Grantchester), Greg McHugh (Fresh Meat) and Vinette Robinson (Sherlock), the six-part first season launched in the UK in March. Adapted by Occupation writer Peter Bowker from the Israeli series by Prisoners of War creator Keren … >

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