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Director: Kenneth Branagh – Cast: Keira Knightley, Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Kenneth Branagh, Gemma ChanBased on the CIA analyst created by espionage master Tom Clancy, “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” is a blistering action thriller that follows Ryan from his quiet double-life as a veteran-turned-Wall Street executive to his all-out initiation as a hunted American agent on the trail of a massive terrorist plot in Moscow. Ryan appears to be just another New York executive to his friends and loved ones, but his enlistment into the CIA secretly goes back years. He was brought in as a brainy Ph.D. who crunches global data – but when Ryan ferrets out a meticulously planned scheme to collapse the U.S. economy and spark global chaos, he becomes the only man with the skills to stop it. Now, he’s gone fully operational, thrust into a world of mounting suspicion, deception and deadly force. Caught between his tight-lipped handler Harper, his in-the-dark fiancée Cathy and a brilliant Russian oligarch, Jack must confront a new reality where no one can seem to be trusted, yet the fate of millions rests on his finding the truth. With the urgency of a lit fuse, he’s in a race to stay one step ahead of everyone around him.

 

Alex Kingston (Doctor Who's River Song) in Upstairs Downstairs Upstairs Downstairs: episode three Photograph: Nick Wall/BBC

Alex Kingston (Doctor Who’s River Song) in Upstairs Downstairs Upstairs Downstairs: episode three Photograph: Nick Wall/BBC

You can watch BBC programs including Alex Kingston (Doctor Who’s River Song) in Upstairs Downstairs by using Expat Shield . The Expat connects you with the BBC iPlayer through a VPN (virtual private network).

An over simplified way to explain a VPN and this service is like this:

Bob and Sue live in the USA where BBC shows cannot be seen.  You are Sue. You live next door  to Bob and you don’t have satellite or cable.  I am Bob and I invite you over to watch TV at my house. My TV has a satellite dish you can watch ‘Doctor Who‘ on BBCA, as long as you are at my house.

Pretend Expat is like Bob but instead of watching ‘Doctor Who’ on BBCA  on his TV, in his house,  you are going to watch Alex Kingston in ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ with Expat on his VPN in his internet connection.  It is legal for Bob to allow you to watch the programs on his VPN. (There is a download link by the video but I’m pretty sure it isn’t legal to download it you are outside UK. I could be wrong.)

Alex Kingston (River Song) Declared Scene Stealer In ‘Like Crazy’ At Sundance

Three things you need to know before you download the program.

1. You need to know that while it is running there will be advertising at the top of your page. Hit x to exit the ad. After you have watch the program click on the icon on the lower right corner of your screen an exit Expat to stop the advertising.

2. It will eat ALL of your bandwidth so you probably won’t be able to do other things while you are watching.

3. If you like it, you can pay a fee . I think it is $29. a year to get rid of the ads.

Alex Kingston in The Fortunes & Misfortunes of Moll Flanders
All you have  to do is:

Go to Expat Shield (I am not affiliated with Expat Shield)

Download the Expat Shield program and run it.
A window with Anchor Free on it will download the program.
While it is installing uncheck the tool bar box if you don’t want it installed.
It will open an Internet Explorer window.
You will see the BBC iPlayer icon click on that.
When the BBC iPlayer opens you can search for your show or use the alphabetical listing.

It probably isn’t legal to download the programs on the VPN. They can be purchased on Amazon. The more BBC products you buy, the more money BBC makes and the higher Alex Kingston’s wage. Don’t steal from Alex Kingston.  Upstairs Downstairs.

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A Faraway Country About Which We Know NothingSeason 2alex KingstonEpisode 1Aired date:Feb 19, 2012

Plot: As 165 Eaton Place reopens its doors, two new arrivals make their mark. But whilst Sir Hallam’s forthright aunt Blanche disrupts life upstairs, feisty new maid Beryl struggles to adjust to life in service. Meanwhile, Lady Agnes’ concern for her children reveals a dark secret about Mr Pritchard. Sir Hallam’s preoccupation with burgeoning Nazi Germany leads him into dangerous waters, and a chance meeting with an unexpected face unlocks a hidden desire within.

Doctor Who Tops Downloads Of US Shows On iTunes

 Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as The Ponds.

Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as The Ponds.

Fans were NOT about to let their favorite couple leave the air waves without a fight. Bowing to fan pressure BBC123 and Steven Moffats have announced a TV sitcom featuring Karen Gillan (Amy Pond-Williams ) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams). The show will follow Amy as the spokeswoman for the perfume she and Rory developed, Petrichor.

The cast and crew are working hard to get the first few episodes ready for the soon to be announced air date.  American fans may be left out! Rumor has it that “Amy & Rory: The Ponds” won’t be seen on this side of the pond. We can only hope that non-UK Whovians will be able to get to see the new show.

Moffats has promised that Rory will NOT die in this episode. The show will be fun and uplifting with the viewers sharing the inside joke that The Ponds are time travelers.

Is the another baby in future for The Ponds?
That is a closely guarded secret. Fans will be thrilled if the rumors are true that Amy & Rory have another “Time Head” baby on the way. Like Tabatha, on Bewitched, their baby would have unexplained powers that could prove to be the heart of the sitcom.

There has been no mention of Alex Kingston or Matt Smith making guest appearances on the show.  We can only hope.


The amazing idea for the show is the brain child of .

Wish for the show  and say three times.
Crimson, Eleven, Delight, Petrichor
Crimson, Eleven, Delight, Petrichor
Crimson, Eleven, Delight, Petrichor

Maybe it will become true.

Sat. 12/24 day long Doctor Who marathon

5pm pacific Doctor Who “Best of the Christmas Specials”

6pm pacific The Nerdist: Year In Review  with Matt Smith

7pm pacific Matt Smith on The Graham Norton Show

9:30pm pacific Doctor Who “Best of the Christmas Specials”

10:30pm pacific The Nerdist: Year In Review with Matt Smith

11:30pm pacific Matt Smith on The Graham Norton Show

12/25

1am Doctor Who Marathon continues

List includes “The Doctor’s Wife” and “The Wedding of River Song”

6pm pacific  *****THE 2011 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL*****

8pm pacific  repeat of *****THE 2011 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL*****  “The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe”

The Doctor Who marathon continues with the last episode “Christmas Invasion” with Ten at 2am pacific time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex Kingston, looking gorgeous, is tricked into saying something suggestive. It was obvious Craig Ferguson and Kingston was having fun.

Alex Kingston, looking gorgeous, is tricked into saying something suggestive. It was obvious Craig Ferguson and Kingston was having fun.

What does Matt Smith smell like?
What is steampunk?
Who has a crush on Neil Gaimann?
Answers to these questions and more in the video.

Alex Kingston Attends Teaching Awards at Downing Street

Alex Kingston Attends Teaching Awards at Downing Street

Additional photos can be seen at Pearson Teaching Awards Flickr Account.

And here.

Alex Kingston attended the Pearson Teaching Awards as a presenter.

Alex Kingston attended the Pearson Teaching Awards as a presenter.

 

Rachael Keeble, received her Outstanding New Teacher of the Year at the Pearson Teaching Award from Alex Kingston (River Song).

Rachael Keeble, received her Outstanding New Teacher of the Year at the Pearson Teaching Award from Alex Kingston (River Song).

A BLACKWOOD woman was named Outstanding New Teacher of the Year’ at a national awards ceremony.

Rachael Keeble, 23, who now teaches in Lydney, Gloucestershire, was named the winner of the category at the Pearson Teaching Awards 2011.

She received her award from Dr Who star Alex Kingston at a ceremony at London’s Palace Theatre.

Her class of Year Four students from Severn Banks Primary School saw her receive the award.

Ms Keeble, who was commended by the award judges for her imaginative teaching skills, also joined the ten other winners at a reception with the prime minister at Downing Street this week.

Doctor Who: The Companions (All the Doctor’s companions & friends 1963 -2010)

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A guide to each of the Doctor’s companions over the years including prominent ‘friends’ (such as the main characters from UNIT). Features the names of each actor & actress and a record of their time / appearances in the part.

The companions list was created by compiling the following sources:
* The BBC website list of companions
* TARDIS Index File’s list of companions
* Wikipedia’s list of companions

– COMPANIONS LIST: —
1. Susan Foreman (1963 – 1964 / 1983)

2. Barbara Wright (1963 – 1965)

3. Ian Chesterton (1963 – 1965)

4. Vicki (1965)

5. Steven Taylor (1965 – 1966)

6. Katarina (1965)

7. Sara Kingdom (1965 – 1966)

8. Dodo Chaplet (a.k.a. Dorothea Chaplet) (1966)

9. Polly (a.k.a. Polly Wright) (1966 – 1967)

10. Ben Jackson (1966 – 1967)

11. Jamie McCrimmon (1966 – 1969 / 1983 / 1985)

12. Victoria Waterfield (1967 – 1968)

13. Zoe Heriot (1968 – 1969 / 1983)

14. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart – UNIT (a.k.a. Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart) (1968 – 1989)

15. Sergeant John Benton – UNIT (1968 – 1975)

16. Captain Mike Yates – UNIT (1971 – 1974 / 1983)

17. Liz Shaw (1970 / 1983)

18. Jo Grant (1971 – 1973)

19. Sarah Jane Smith (1973 – 1976 / 1983 / 2006 / 2008 / 2010)

20. Harry Sullivan (1974 – 1975)

21. Leela (1977 – 1978)

22. K9 (1977 – 1981 / 1983 / 2006 / 2008)
(Versions of K9 range from Mark I to Mark IV, though all are essentially the same character)

23. Romana I (a.k.a. Romanadvoratrelundar I) (1978 – 1979)

24. Romana II (a.k.a. Romanadvoratrelundar II) (1979 – 1981 / 1983)

25. Adric (1980 – 1982)

26. Nyssa (1981 – 1983)

27. Tegan Jovanka (1981 – 1984)

28. Vislor Turlough (a.k.a. Turlough) (1983 – 1984)

29. Kamelion (1983 – 1984)

30. Peri Brown (a.k.a. Perpugilliam Brown) (1984 – 1986)

31. Mel Bush (a.k.a. Melanie Bush) (1986 – 1987)

32. Ace (a.k.a. Dorothy Gale McShane) (1987 – 1989)

33. Grace Holloway (1996)

34. Chang Lee (1996)

35. Rose Tyler (2005 – 2006 / 2008 / 2010)

36. Mickey Smith (2005 – 2006 / 2008 / 2010)

37. Adam Mitchell (2005)

38. Captain Jack Harkness (2005 / 2007 / 2008 / 2010)

39. Martha Jones (2007 / 2008 / 2010)

40. Donna Noble (2006 / 2008 / 2009 – 2010)

41. Astrid Peth (2008)

42. Jackson Lake (2009)

43. Lady Christina De Souza (2009)

44. Adelaide Brooke (2009)

45. Wilfred Mott (2007 / 2008 / 2009 – 2010)

46. Amy Pond (a.k.a. Amelia Pond) (2010 – ?)

47. Rory Williams (2010 – ?)

48. River Song (2008 / 2010 – ?)

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Best reason to buy Doctor Who Series 6, First Night River and The Doctor. The title is enough to make me swallow my own tongue.

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Who said, “Spoilers.” first?
The UK Doctor Who season six box set is released by 2entertain on 21 November, and SFX got their hands on a set of review discs!

The most exciting bonus on there is a series of five short “mini-episodes”. Written by Steven Moffat and collectively referred to as “Night And The Doctor”, they feature Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex Kingston, with brief appearances by Arthur Darvill and James Corden too.

WARNING: okay?

SFX has screenshots and short story outlines but says,”there are some spoilers ahead, but we’ve kept the big discoveries under wraps”
Click to or not to click that is the decision.   * insert evil laugh*

Doctor Who DVD Season 6 – BBC Release Date Nov 22 – Pre-Order Now

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Mark Gatiss gets made up to become Gantok – Doctor Who Confidential – Series 6 – BBC Three

An insight into how Mark Gatiss was transformed into Gantok through prosthetics. Features an unseen interview not previously broadcast.
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Doctor Who’s River Song Timeline Birth To Death Narrated by River Song (Alex Kingston)

Mark Gatiss falls into a pit of skulls: the stunt – Doctor Who Confidential – Series 6 – BBC Three

An insight into how Mark Gatiss was transformed into Gantok through prosthetics. Features an unseen interview not previously broadcast.
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When you run with The Doctor, it feels like it’ll never end. But however hard you try you can’t run forever. Until 2011 we wait for The Doctor.

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Funny thing is this means you've always known how I was going to die. All the time we've been together you knew I was coming here. The last time I saw you, the real you, the future you I mean, you turned up on my doorstep with a new haircut and a suit. You took me to Darillim to see the singing towers. Oh, what a night that was! The towers sang and you cried. You wouldn't tell me why but I suppose you knew it was time, my time, time to come to the library. You even gave me your screwdriver, that should have been a clue.

River Song Timeline

This is from the final episode of Doctor Who Confidential. The film clips are narrated by Alex Kingston from the point of view of River Song from her birth on the asteroid to her death with Ten. Very touching! Would have liked more but then I can never get enough of River Song and The Doctor.

Doctor Who: Alex Kingston (River Song) Interview – Reading “Silence In The Library” She Cried

The Doctor: Time can be rewritten. River Song: Not those times, not one line, don’t you dare.  It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s not over for you.  You’ll see me again.  You’ve got all of that to come.  You and me.  Time and space.  You watch us run.

Doctor Who Love/Life Timeline Chart River Song And The Doctor

The Doctor: River you know my name, you whispered my name in my ear. There’s only one reason I would ever tell anyone my name. There’s only one time I could. River Song: Hush now. Spoilers.

“Everybody knows that everybody dies and nobody knows it like the Doctor.

But I do think that all the skies of all the worlds might just turn dark if he ever for one moment, accepts it.

Everybody knows that everybody dies. But not every day. Not today.

Some days are special. Some days are so, so blessed.

Some days, nobody dies at all.

Now and then, every once in a very long while, every day in a million days, when the wind stands fair, and the Doctor comes to call… everybody lives.”

Doctor Who “The Wedding of River Song” Backstage Not Previously Broadcast

I am putting all the links together and leaving it up to you to read the spoilers.

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River Song, The Doctor, Amy Pond

Doctor Who: The Wedding of River Song – series 32, episode 13

Dan Martin

The many complex threads lead towards a simple resolution, and a few old friends make an appearance

Doctor Who The Wedding of River Song – One Question Won’t Be Answered – Minor Spoilers

Doctor Who series 6 episode 13 review: The Wedding Of River Song

Simon Brew

If you were feeling a little puzzled watching The Wedding Of River Song for the first time, then you might not be alone. The following seven consecutive Tweets that popped across our feed during the episode seem to be a pretty effective cross section of where people’s thoughts were. The Tweets, which we picked up after the episode, ran:

“I am so confused”
“What the hell is going on”
“Is anyone else lost”
“My poor brain”
“Karen is so hot”
“I could use some spoilers”
“Oh, I get it”

Doctor Who “The Wedding Of River Song” TV REVIEW

Dave Golder

VERDICT Remember back in the first half of the series when the Doctor would look at the TARDIS monitor screen and the image would flash back and forward between “Amy pregnant” and “Amy not pregnant”? I’m getting that feeling every time I think about the star rating for “The Wedding Of River Song”. Five stars! No, four stars! No, five stars! No, four…

 

‘Everyone’s going to get answers to all their questions. Well, all except one, because that’s the way I am.’

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River Song, The Doctor, Amy Pond

“Executive producer Steven Moffat has promised fans the series will provide ‘all the answers’ regarding the Doctor’s death and his relationship with River, telling Total TV magazine: ‘Well, it’s pretty much all the answers in terms of what you saw at Lake Silencio and in The Impossible Astronaut.

The show will also feature a tribute to late actor Nicholas Courtney, who played The Brigadier in 107 episodes across more than 20 years before his death in February.

The doctor will be told of his death in a nursing home, with Moffat saying: ‘In a story about the Doctor going to his death, it seemed right and proper to acknowledge one of the greatest losses Doctor Who has endured.'”

Read more:

These are my favorite parts of an interview with Alex Kingston.

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River and The Doctor

On the fate of River Song –
By Curt Wagner
This is a very long interview with Alex Kingston about River Song.  It is also the very best Alex Kingston/River Song interview I have read.

SPOILERS IF YOU ARE CURRENT WITH THE EPISODES!

Steven says he sort of knew the whole arc of River Song even before “Silence of the Library” or at that time, but you had no idea, right?
I had no idea at all, no. I was sent the script to look at. I had heard that “Doctor Who” had been revised by Russell T Davies, and I’d heard that it was a big success in England and everybody was thrilled that it was back because, pretty much, grandparents, great-grandparents, parents and children—there were literally like four generations that all have a connection to “Doctor Who” at the moment in England. It’s almost like a national treasure.

And so, but I had no sense of it because I was here [in L.A.]. And my agent just said, “Look, I’m going to send you these two scripts. Just have a read and see what you think.” And by the time I got to the end of the second script, I was crying.

I just found this little story of this journey that these two characters have, and quite obviously this woman has a very strong connection to the Doctor, but we have no idea who she is. And you can see the pain that causes her, but yet, you don’t know really why. And she gives up her life for him. It absolutely just hits a spot with me.

And so, I just thought, OK, well if it’s provoking this sort of reaction in me when I’m reading, I guess I’d better do it. And I thought that was it. And that wasn’t to be.

In “The Forest of the Dead,” River whispers something to the Doctor. Now was that that he would meet Amy and Rory and this whole thing that we’re seeing now or was that something that we don’t even know?
Spoilers. Spoilers.

We’re going to have a lot of those, I think. All right, so we will go on to the next question. When did you learn that you were coming back?
Well, I heard after we had done those two episodes. At the time, I didn’t know that David [Tennant] had already decided to sort of lay his coat to rest. I didn’t know that. I think it was half a year later that David was going to stop.

I was told after by Steven that it had always been the intention to bring River Song back, that her story wasn’t sort of done. And that in light of the fact that they were having a new Doctor and new assistant and it was a whole new team of producers, and there was a lot of pressure on this new team to be as good as, if not better than, the previous incarnation. And I think that they, for the sake of Matt and Karen as well, who are younger in terms of sort of work experience were relatively inexperienced. They hadn’t been acting for very long. I think they felt that it would be good to have a character that the audience could at least be familiar with and that would also maybe help and guide the two new actors in their sort of beginnings of their journey.

And so my character was written in. But what we did was, the first two episodes where the audience is introduced to the new Doctor were shot later. The very first episode that Matt shot was the one with me, which was the…

“Weeping Angels?”
Yes, “The Weeping Angels,” exactly. It took the pressure off them a little bit. … I kept saying to them, “You’ve got nothing to worry about, you’re great.” I immediately felt from Matt that he was going to be fantastic. We already had a great sort of on camera relationship. It was just so easy and he was so willing and ready just to play.

I think by the time we’d finished those two episodes, he was then able to go back and film the episode that would be the very first one where he was seen by an audience, and it gave him the chance to just be able to breath and relax into it a little bit more.

And then I was sort of told, “We would love to write more stories for River, whenever you are ready and available, just let us know and we’ll keep adding her in.” And certainly, it’s been really nice. “Let’s Kill Hitler,” I mean, that was a great episode for me. I had a lot of fun doing that, yeah.

Well, it’s fun because you got to play her differently.
Yes. Absolutely, absolutely.

With a sadistic pirate, gun-for-hire, so to speak.
Absolutely, yes. And, all of a sudden one realizes that actually she’s way more complicated. And in fact, she may not even be in control of what is happening to her or what has happened to her in her past that she can’t talk about, and neither can I. [Laughs.]

Oh come on! That leads me to more questions that will not be answered, I think. So in that episode, she regenerates from being Mels into River and she doesn’t know who River is. I think the Doctor said, she’s just new or just starting out, or whatever. So, previously when they would meet in their timelines, she always knew a whole lot more than he did. So how do we get this flip suddenly? Do you understand how that happened?
Well, what I believe is, whenever she time travels, she never knows exactly what Doctor she is going to meet or at what stage of their relationship they will be at. She has no clue. So she could time travel again and she could suddenly be with a different Doctor, but we don’t know that. And she can’t tell us.

Right. So it wasn’t sort of set in stone about they always travel opposite each other. They still sort of meet up at different times in both of their timelines and it’s still willy-nilly a little bit.
Yes. [Laughs.] And I’m just saying, “yes.” [Laughs.]

Read all of the interview with spoilers for anyone not current with the episodes.

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Matt Smith as The Doctor. Doctor Who Prequel to The Wedding of River Song.

 

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Craig Owens played by comic actor James Corden.

Doctor Who just ended and I am so excited I am having trouble typing. I actually screamed at one point. Next week is too far away! I am going to watch it again and again. It is one of those episodes that I will love for a long time.  All of I can think of is endless adjectives and I have given myself a headache from being so excited.

First I would like to say that I want a cybermat. They are weirdly cute.

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Takes An Ood Goes To School

This is a very comfortable Doctor Who. At times it worked a  little too hard to feel sad for the Doctor but not to the point of being annoying. The Doctor definitely needed a hit of Prozac. Matt Smith is an amazing actor.

Craig is back and a little suspicious that the Doctor showing up signals something alien is going on around him. Smart man.

Doctor Who: Season 7 Set To Air In Fall 2012 – It Is Official

Just when you are relaxed in to the comfortable pace and enjoying a visit  with Craig, BAM!  You get a huge slap of pure unadulterated fun!

Normally, I have no problem with looking at spoilers and I have been know to hunt them out. But I am begging you. For the love of the Doctor DO NOT  try to find out what happens. It is so marvelous that you will be missing the whole point of why we are wild about Doctor Who.

SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Stonewall Award Nomination Sensuous Role As Gay Writer – Video

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Doctor Who Magazine has officially confirmed what has been clear for a while now – Series 7 will not air until Autumn 2012.

We have all been wondering,

“When is Doctor Who returning for Season 7?”

Unfortunately, it is going to be a while. We do not have the latest issue of the Doctor Who Magazine, which arrived today, but Doctor Who TV, a UK fan site, has a copy and reported the magazine “officially confirmed” the fall 2012 return of the show.

Take pleasure in the current run of Doctor Who while you can! Sadly, the wait for the next series will be a very long one.

Doctor Who Magazine has officially confirmed what has been clear for a while now – Series 7 will not air until Autumn 2012.”

Because of the  9 month long shoot on the seventh series not beginning until February 2012, it is going going to be impossible to have a Spring start. The very best  we can hope for will be an Easter special which will make  the long wait easier to take. There is no promise of an Easter Special.
Doctor Who’s River Song – Alex Kingston Interview
It seems most likely that only part of Doctor Who Series 7 is going to be aired in the Fall 2012 lineup. The remainder will air the first part of  2013. This means that the Doctor Who Christmas Special 2012  would air in the middle of Series 7 instead of at the end.

My Not So Heterosexual Man-crush on David Tennant -Funny Video

This could possibly mean that 2013 would see Doctor Who: Series 8 airing in time for the Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary.

Doctor Who Season 6 pt 2: The Doctor, River Song and Alex Kingston’s Breasts

Doctor Who TV is predicting the following schedule for Doctor Who Series 7

2012
Easter Special (Maybe)
Autumn – Series 7 Part 1
Christmas Special

2013
Spring – Series 7 Part 2
Autumn – Series 8
Christmas Special
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Is Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Gay? Daisy Lowe’s Playboy Photos Answer That Question!

 

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The cover for the October issue of Doctor Who Magazine has been revealed and the Series 6 finale, The Wedding of Song, is this month’s big highlight.

Doctor Who Magazine  Series 6 finale, The Wedding of Song

Doctor Who Season 6 pt 2: The Doctor, River Song and Alex Kingston’s Breasts

The caption teases: “Is River going to become a Black Widow? Or can the Doctor cheat time itself?”

Doctor Who Matt Smith: “Maybe it’s time the Doctor settled down? Before he, you know, dies…”

River Song Alex Kingston: “One minute she’ll marry you, the next, she’ll kill you. This is where we find out which one it is.”

Doctor Who: “The Girl Who Waited” Review – Acid Trip – Spoilers

Doctor Who mag also features a full preview of Closing Time this month’s big highlight.

 Source.

Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) Video – Swimming With Sharks

Doctor Who’s River Song – Alex Kingston Interview

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Finally! A descent kiss between the Doctor and River. The death kiss. River Song (Alex Kingston) and the Doctor (Matt Smith) kiss during the Doctor Who episode “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

The Doctor Who reviews were up immediately after the show aired in the UK.  I had decided to avoid all spoilers and came to the show with an open heart and mind, ready to love/hate Steven Moffat. As the time ticked by, my will power started to erode and I decided to read a review.

It occurred to me that the reviewer and I had different goals. He was watching to write his review and get it up and into Google first. Mine was to hang on and run with the Doctor. How sad for him.
There IT was on my screen in black and off white!

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It was hard to resist the urge to throw the laptop on the floor. I stopped reading and decided to  just wait.

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He carefully pointed out and complained that Mels suddenly appeared in Amy and Rory’s life.  Well duh! Time can be rewritten. Then he dissected and ridiculed everything that didn’t seem to have a plausible explanation.

My advice to the reviewer?
If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes
and other science facts (la la la),
Then repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show,
I should really just relax.” (la la la)

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The episode was Steven Moffat at his convoluted, “I have to watch it 6 times to get all the subtle references.” best.

The synopsis is below. I am going straight to the good stuff.

Moffat included Alex Kingston‘s famous breast to the script! I love it. Alex Kingston’s breast have a career of their own.  She has perfect, non surgically enhanced breast and they have volumes written about them.  When River saw her new breasts she remarked she would be wearing sweaters. Moffat working her breasts in to the story was hilarious. If you would like to see her bare breasts, nipples and all click here.  Don’t click if you don’t want to see boobies.

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When Alex Kingston comes on to a set everyone is in danger of being completely mowed down.  She exudes sexuality. In the past I was worried that Matt Smith might not have the acting chops to keep her from chewing up the scenery. Each time he meets her head on and raises the bar! Those two are absolute magic together.

Favorite part: When River was crawling on the Doctor stopping just short of a lap dance. Matt Smith was wonderful. He looks  turned on, terrified and completely befuddled. Intellect and reasoning can’t help him with an irresistible attraction and his brain seems to check out. The Doctor has no idea what to do with or about River Song.

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During the episode he called River Song is his bespoken. Yeah, I looked it up. Bespoken – an item custom-made to the buyer’s specification. The term historically was applied only to tailored clothing, shirts, and other parts of men’s apparel involving measurement and fitting.

How could he resist her?

Thanks to Monty Python the Doctor is able to ward off  River Song attack when sleight of hand switches her gun for a banana.

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Bonus: Caitlin Blackwood the little Amelia Pond.  Karen Gillan, who plays the grown-up Amy Pond, is her cousin in real life. That little girl is very talented.

Best quote: River Song: “I’m a psychopath. I’m not rude! ”

Juiciest Tidbit: The Doctor whispers in River Song’s ear as he is dieing and she says she thinks River already knows.

Worst part: When the Doctor is dieing,  River gives him the balance of her generation powers to save him.  The Doctor, Amy and Rory dump her! They take her to the hospital run by the Order of The Crazy Cat Lady and leave her!  Remember those Cats on New(15) New York? They used The Flesh to grow people for medical experimentation.

Plot 1:  We meet Amy and Cory’s free wheeling friend that blamed all historical calamities on the lack of intervention by the Doctor. When she finally meets the Doctor she kidnaps him at gun point to go back in time and kill Hitler.

Chaos, cops, kidnapped at gunpoint and all the Doctor got out of it was, “You never said I was hot?”

Plot 2: A shape shifting robot replaces a member of Hitler’s inner circle to get close enough to kill him. The TARDIS flies into the room and knocks over the robot and saves Hitler. Except the robot is really the spaceship,  Teselecta (anagram?) that punishes people for war crimes right before they die.  The spaceship shrinks people and beamed them into the spaceship/robot where they were terminated by very polite robots referred to as anti-bodies.

Plot 3: Amy and Cory’s life long friend is shot by Hitler regenerates and we find out Mels is Melody Pond who then becomes River Song. Alex Kingston is incredibly hot as she explores “River’s” new body.  Mels does not know she is River Song. It is wild and confusing. The Doctor and River face off in an amazing scene! How how I love those two.

There was chaos, confusion and Hitler locked in a closet and all the Doctor got out of it was, “You named your daughter after your daughter?”

 

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The incredibly beautiful Alex Kingston talks about her role as River Song on Doctor Who and that wonderful, wonderful hair.

“Interviews usually upset me in one way or another.

I lead a very quiet life and never court publicity. I don’t go to a restaurant and let slip I’m leaving by the back door, like some celebrities.
My life isn’t interesting enough for anyone to hack my phone. I don’t agree with people opening up their lives to the public, but we’ve been brainwashed into thinking this is how it must be. I’m just not interested.
I wasn’t quite sure about accepting when I was asked to do two episodes. Living in America I hadn’t followed the resurgence of Doctor Who, but I cried when I read the script to Silence in the Library because it was such a sad story – River Song encounters the Doctor in the 51st century.
It’s similar to Audrey Niffenegger’s novel The Time Traveler’s Wife – two people who have great love for each other, but are never able to meet in the right space or time. The sadness was of a woman with a close connection to the Doctor who sacrifices herself to save his life. I didn’t expect to be asked back.”
Steven Moffat engineers it so we can’t understand. There are so many threads that tie up later and it’s only then you understand why you did or said a certain thing.

You have to trust implicitly he knows where he’s going. It’s clever. He knew River was Amy’s daughter but didn’t tell me because he felt I might empathise with her too much and be tempted to be more close, rather than maternal.”

The stories allow for a heightened form of acting. It’s not kitchen-sink drama and the dialogue can be quite challenging. The humour is very welcome and I love the fact that apart from the basic storylines there are all sorts of things people from different generations can pick up on.

They throw in sneaky references that go over the heads of children but parents and grandparents will understand. In the new episode, Let’s Kill Hitler, there’s a camera angle that directly references The Graduate, which film buffs will get immediately.

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“That’s its power. It’s part of their development, learning to conquer fear, which the programme does in an incredibly safe way. I remember at seven desperately wanting to see it but knowing I’d be terrified, so I’d either have a cushion in front of my face, or watch through a crack in the door.

Although I squirm when I see myself – I’m super critical – I watch now with my daughter [ten-year-old Salome]. She’s been on the set so tends to deconstruct it. That’s her safety net.

Fans

To be honest, Doctor Who fans are a mixture of crazies plus solid citizens, but they’re relentless. On ER I’d be asked just once for an autograph. For these fans once is never enough and I find that a little hard to handle.” She’s had a respite recently as the insecure middle-aged mistress of a prince in a brilliant production of Friedrich Schiller’s 18th-century play Luise Miller, at the Donmar Warehouse in London.

It was exhausting but also thrilling. I enjoyed every minute of it, although each time I came off stage I’d slump in the dressing room and have to gear myself up for the next powerful scene.

Her great hair that she hated as a child.

It’s served me pretty well, so I can’t be mean about it any more.

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Her life.

I’m not sure where my home really is at the moment. I’m due to go back to the States, but I return here more frequently because I’m offered work. In America it’s thin on the ground, although I’ve made a film, Like Crazy, which won the grand jury prize at Sundance Film Festival, so there might be a bit more buzz.

I still consider myself English, and no matter how long – it’s 14 years – I’ve lived in America, enjoy it and have made lovely friends, I still feel an outsider. I understand how this country functions. There’s something in my body and my bones that makes me so comfortable. Just wandering through London I feel incredibly happy and at ease. I let the day take me wherever it leads.

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Read more about Alex Kingston and the interview on Radio Times.

 

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