We are waiting for later this year when a new series with the Doctor will begin, but in the meantime there’s a new mini-episode which was written by students.
The authors are British Primary School students are from Ashdene Primary School in Wilmslow, they won the Script-to-Screen competition for primary school students aged nine to eleven in the uk.
In other Olympics news, Matt Smith who plays the Doctor will be beginning the torch relay in Cardiff today Saturday (May 26).
He tweeted “To carry the Torch is an honor, one I thought I’d never get … I’m very excited!”.
The University of Dundee has released a press release about their very own Sonic Screwdriver!
Apparently researchers at Dundee University must have been Doctor Who fans, because they have devised a machine to emulate the Doctor’s very own Sonic Screwdriver. How does it work? It’s sonic, of course, or ultrasound. It uses ultrasound to lift, move and rotate a rubbery disk which floats in a cylindrical glass full of water.
Previously ultrasound was only used to push objects. This is the first time it has been utilised to rotate them.
As a benefit from this research, ultrasound surgery will be much more precise. It will make surgeons able to treat more conditions without having to cut patients open. It might allow special drug capsules to be guided throughout the human body to the right destination, such as a tumour.
The news was already out that there will be a Wild West episode in Doctor Who Season 7. Doctor Who already did the Wild West in the classical series’ episode The Gunfighters starring William Hartnell as the First Doctor. Yes, Doctor Who isn’t a programme which is “just scifi”… it can be at times but it spans various genres and yes, this is a Western…
Now the news came out that the popular actor Ben Browder of Farscape and Stargate SG-1 fame will star in a Doctor Who episode in Season 7 .
So I lately took a look at the late Steve Jobs Biography… I think it’s worth reading. Without spoiling anything, this is a fascinating book which is worth reading…
Steve Jobs was born on the 24th February of 1955, to 2 Wisconsin University graduate students who decided to give him up for adoption.
The intelligent Steve Jobs tried different avenues before he decided to start up Apple Computers company with Stephen Wozniak, and he did this in his garage.
The iPod touch / iPhone / iPad are all devices created by Steve’s genius….
Yes it’s true.. The Doctor does his bit for Children in Need and we are also shown a cool preview of the Christmas Special for 2011 – it’s called “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe” ah sorry no it’s called “The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe”. Essentially it’s Doctor Who goes to Narnia as it was inspired by the C.S. Lewis stories.
Evacuated to a house in Dorset from war-torn London, Madge Arwell and her two children, Lily and Cyril, are greeted by a madcap caretaker whose mysterious Christmas gift leads them into a magical wintry world…