In a leak guaranteed to sow discord amongst fans, Norwegian Composer Olaf Poril has revealed he has composed the songs for a forthcoming musical episode of Doctor Who. New companion Bradley Walsh is expected to feature heavily in this episode, given his recent chart success with Chasing Dreams, the best-selling British debut album of 2016.
In case you were wondering what Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor title credits might look like if Stuart Manning designed them, your wish is answered: Doctor Who Series 11 Title Sequence Pitch. Enjoy. I did! –= Message Ends =–
In case you didn’t see it, here’s a link to Jodie Whittaker’s interview in the Sunday Times Jodie Whittaker (Sunday Times Magazine, March 18, 2018). Don’t expect lots of spoilers, but it’s still worth a read. The interview is by Chrissy Iley, and the site has other interviews as well. *** Message Ends ***
So, the BBC has unveiled some new look and feel for the first series of the Chibnall era (Jodie Whittaker Unveils Brand New Doctor Who Logo). I like the moody look of the picture (left) more than the little sequence on the news item, it did make me wonder what else might change. I was…
Stuart Manning has produced a poster for Twice Upon a Time, and it’s on his twitter feed (here) and Facebook. The poster is very Christmassy, even if it says little about the episode itself. I hope Stuart continues these next year! *** Message Ends ***
So, the end of several eras and lots of nostalgia in a Christmas special combining multiple Doctors, plenty of reflection and the thinnest of stories supporting some great performances. Twice Upon a Time delivered what it promised, no less and perhaps no more. There are many spoilers to follow; you’ve been warned!
Congratulations to butcher John Gawthorpe (and others) for the arrival of a custom-built TARDIS in Skelmanthorpe, Jodie Whittaker’s home village. There’s a piece in the Huddersfield Examiner: Mystery after Doctor Who’s Tardis appears outside village butcher’s shop. <|< Message Ends >|>