Doctor Who Series 11: most compelling performances

Jodie Whittaker From the moment she literally crashed onto the scene in The Woman Who Fell to Earth, Jodie Whittaker hit the ground running and hasn’t stopped. Whittaker’s thirteenth Doctor embodies all the energy, cleverness and heroism of the Doctor. I’d like to see her face more challenging villains and monsters but there’s no doubt ‒ … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: Episode 3 titled Rosa

New information about the third episode of Doctor Who Series 11 has emerged via the Radio Times. The third episode of the series is titled Rosa. The official synopses are as follows: The Doctor takes her companions on their first journey back in time – to the dangerous, racially segregated world of Alabama in the … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: guest stars officially announced

A new “Coming Soon” guest star trailer was released for Doctor Who Series 11:  The Guest Stars, in order of their appearance in the trailer, are; Mark Addy, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Shane Zaza, Shobna Gulati, Shaun Dooley, Brett Goldstein, Josh Bowman, Siobhan Finneran, Lee Mack, Lois Chimimba, Susan Lynch, Hamza Jeetoa, Art Malik, Suzanne Packer, … >

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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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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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BBC One orders second season of autism drama ‘The A Word’

The A Word will return to BBC One for a second season. The BBC announced today that six new 60-minute episodes have been commissioned. Adapted by Occupation writer Peter Bowker from the Israeli series by Prisoners of War creator Keren Margalit, The A Word launched on BBC One in March. Writer Peter Bowker commented: “I am delighted that the … >

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‘The A Word’ cast are hoping for Season 2

The cast of BBC One’s The A Word are keen to reprise their roles in a second season. Adapted by Occupation writer Peter Bowker from the Israeli series by Prisoners of War creator Keren Margalit, the six-part autism drama launched on BBC One last month. The cast includes Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who), Lee Ingleby (Our Zoo), … >

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