Who fancies having breakfast with SEVEN Doctors?! Well, now is your chance, thanks to Comic Relief!
The first opportunity ever created for a Full English Breakfast with SEVEN Doctors. The Wolseley on Piccadilly will be hosting this landmark meal where, for the first time in the show's 54 year history, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi will meet to break bread and talk TARDIS. Here, inside its hallowed hall, the meal of meals will take place. An epic event, a world first, and a legendary opportunity to witness history in the making.
To join them on this remarkable morning, you can enter the prize draw where just £5 enters your name into the pot for a chance to join the seven Doctors for what is already considered the most historic breakfast in the history of television. Can you imagine the talk?!
The meet and greet will take place between September 2017 and May 2018. Comic Relief will give you as much notice as possible once the date is confirmed.
This prize has been kindly donated by Peter, Colin, Sylvester, Paul, David, Matt, Peter and The Wolseley.
For further details, please visit: www.givergy.com
The BBC micro:bit will be put to the test at the controls of the TARDIS in this special Live Lesson in collaboration with the team behind Doctor Who.
Doctor Who has been shortlisted in the National Television Awards 2016.
Nominated for Best Drama, Doctor Who is up against Casualty, Broadchurch and Downton Abbey.
Also nominated for an award is David Tennant in the Best Drama Performance category, for his role as DI Alec Hardy in the ITV crime drama, Broadchurch.
The awards ceremony will air live on ITV on Wednesday, 20th January 2016, and you can now vote for your favourites on the NTA website.
As part of the Doctor Who Experience, fans are invited into BBC Roath Lock Studios in Cardiff Bay this Christmas, to visit the actual TARDIS set!
BBC America is giving fans in the USA the chance to win tickets to a screening of ‘The Magician’s Apprentice’.
BBC Worldwide have released updates, including additional guests, for the Official Doctor Who Festival.
Mark Gatiss - writer of seven Doctor Who episodes and the actor who played Professor Lazarus in the 2007 adventure ‘The Lazarus Experiment’ - will be making an appearance at the Festival, and joining him is Nicholas Briggs, voice of the Daleks and Cybermen, as well as presentations from the special effects and prosthetics companies who work behind the scenes, Real SFX & Millennium FX.
BBC Make it Digital is bringing a Doctor Who Zone to the Cardiff Harbour Festival.
Doctor Who Zone offers fans the chance to get to grips with coding by programming the Doctor’s arch enemy, the Daleks. On their quest to retrieve the Orb of Fates, budding programmers are encouraged to become a live Dalek, shoot a Cyberman, then drop the drawbridge, before attempting to tackle the devious Dalek Maze as part of the BBC’s game, ‘The Doctor and the Dalek’.
The opening episode of Series 9, ‘The Magician’s Apprentice’, will be screened at The Filmhouse Cinema.
As part of The Guardian’s Edinburgh International Television Festival on Thursday, 27th August at 8:30pm, the episode will be shown three weeks in advance of its premiere broadcast on TV on BBC One.
A Q&A will follow the screening, with participating guests to be announced at a later date.
Michelle Gomez and Ingrid Oliver AKA Missy and Osgood will be appearing LIVE at The Official Doctor Who Festival.
Fans will be given the opportunity to find out all the backstage secrets from the show, joining Michelle and Ingrid in one of the panel-led sessions, available to all festival ticket holders.
The Doctor Who Festival will take place from Friday, 13th November - Sunday, 15th November 2015 at London ExCeL.