Sunday, 20 August 2017



Ever looked at your desk and thought there was something missing? We might just have the answer... The TARDIS console motion lamp. Previewed at SDCC 2017 the lamp is based on the design of the current TARDIS console which has been used since 2012 and used by Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.

"Advanced technology at its finest. Globules of paraffin & opaque substances undulate as a 25w bulb delivers a mesmerizing glow. Time Lord endorsed."


You can currently buy this product from US stockists including www.fye.com, www.thinkgeek.com and www.amazon.com - click these links to be taken directly to the product for purchase, prices may vary between individual retailers.

UK Whovians can order the product from ThinkGeek.com or WibbilyWobblyTimeyWimey.com, as both of these US stockists ship internationally.

The TARDIS Console Lamp is produced by Rabbit Tanaka, who have provided us with one of the products to review in detail which you can see in our video below:

Friday, 18 August 2017




"A gentle collection of charming, funny and whimsical poems that celebrate the joys, sorrows and wonders of Time Lord life"

Written by author James Goss, the book features illustrations by former Doctor Who Executive Producer Russell T Davies in his first role as an illustrator using the comic artist skills he developed in his youth.


I went into a box and it wasn't a box.
I asked the box to go wandering.
We could go to plants
We could visit stars
Or Tuesday.
That box could go anywhere at all.

And so we did.

A magical collection of fifty poems inspiration by the world of Doctor Who, "Now We Are Six Hundred" is available for £9.99 from 14th September.

Satellite Five Review: "An amazing collection of poetry with some fantastic illustrations that not only provide fantastic accompaniment but provide have some amazing comedic and artistic elements. As someone who doesn't usually like poetry I am amazed by this book" ★★★★

You can pre-order the book on Amazon here.

See Satellite Five's brief video overview below:

Wednesday, 21 June 2017


From Titan Entertainment comes the next and highly anticipated wave of 3″ blind-boxed Doctor Who Titan Figures.

The "Partners In Time" collection celebrates some of the Doctor’s most popular friends & companions from across time and space from the shows 54 year history!

Featured within the 12 figure-wave are the 4th Doctor with his much-requested classic companion Sarah Jane Smith, the 10th Doctor, Martha Jones and Donna Noble, the 11th Doctor and his one time flatmate Craig and the 12th Doctor with his new companions Bill Potts and Nardole!

Stockists are being told that they will arrive approximately 31st October 2017. For the full list of figurines plus information about 'chase figures' in the wave, see Titan Merchandise's Facebook page.

Tuesday, 20 June 2017


London Film and Comic Con Returns for 2017 at Olympia, London Film and Comic Con is a twice yearly event taking place at Olympia, London UK. Featuring guests from a whole host of TV shows and Films, with opportunities to collect autographs and have photoshoot sessions with guests - it's the perfect event to let out your inner geek and show off your cosplay skills.

London Film and Comic Con will take place Friday 28th - Sunday 30th July 2017. Doctor Who Related Guests attending include:

  • Sylvester McCoy - All 3 days
  • David Morrissey - All 3 days
  • Sir Derek Jacobi - Saturday
  • Zoe Wanamaker - Saturday
  • David Bradley - Sunday
  • Mark Strickson - Saturday
  • Lalla Ward - Saturday
  • Nicola Bryant - Sunday
  • John Cleese - Saturday
  • Matthew Waterhouse - Sunday
  • Richard Franklin - Sunday
  • Mark Williams - Sunday
  • Sacha Dhawan (An Adventure In Time and Space) - Sat & Sun
  • Jeremy Bulloch - All 3 days
  • Rusty Goffe - Sat
  • Louise Jameson - Sun

Many other non Doctor Who related guests will be attending including Terence Stamp, Wil Wheaton, Christopher Lloyd, Tom Wilson and Rob Perlman.

Full details including prices for autographs and photoshoots are available on their website: http://www.londonfilmandcomiccon.com

All guests subject to work commitments

Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11: World Enough And Time 10 teasers and quotes from the episode are here, giving you some a small insight in the events to come in this two-part Doctor Who finale. See the list below:

  1. "Oh awake is it, awake now. Good."
  2. "Congratulations on your relative symmetry."
  3.  The whole episode is on the Razor's edge.
  4.  One of Murray Gold's greatest pieces of music is heard again this week.
  5.  Missy gets almost equal amount of screen time as The Doctor.
  6.  Bill would like to get something off her chest.
  7.  "Pain"
  8.  "We must evolve to survive..."
  9.  We can count at least 5 heart-stopping moments not counting the cliffhanger.
  10.  Gravity plays an important role in this episode.

Doctor Who: World Enough And Time airs Saturday 24th June, 6:45pm on BBC One.

We're nearing the end of Doctor Who Series 10 and we still haven't seen all of the guest-stars that we know are due to appear. Actress Samantha Spiro announced on BBC Breakfast in early May that she was due to appear in the series at some point but couldn't say when, where or who.

“I’ll be in this series of 'Doctor Who.' I can’t say how, I can’t say who, I can’t say where!” - Samantha Spiro, BBC Breakfast: 22nd May 2017

Spiro was not announced in the original line-up of guest stars provided by Steven Moffat prior to series 10 commencing, leading to heavy speculation that she would be playing an important role in the series.

In the press tapes for this weeks episode there is an entire scene that has been redacted, this scene in particular does not interfere with anything in this weeks episode so could be a fair guess that this scene will be important for the next episode and has an important reveal, perhaps of Spiro's character.

So, the important question is who could Spiro be playing that's so important she couldn't say anything?

1. The Master/Missy Regeneration

There's always the possibility that Samantha Spiro is playing a character we already know, with two incarnations of The Master already announced to be in the series finale and with Michelle Gomez confirming in the latest Radio Times that she is leaving Doctor Who, it is a fair assumption that they could already have cast her replacement and that she would regenerate in one of the upcoming episodes.

2. Another Timelady

Perhaps it is also possible that Spiro is playing another Gallifreyan that we already know of and haven't seen for many years. The list is very long with each Timelady potentially bringing a different motive for seeking The Doctor. The Rani, Chancellor Flavia, Inquisitor Darkel, Susan. We could certainly see her playing Chancellor Flavia or Susan!

3. A totally new character

There's a chance that she could be playing a new character, but then that raises the question why would the BBC be so quiet about her character and not even announce her in the official line-up. This is probably the least likely option out of all of the ones we have presented.

4. The Doctor

Perhaps she is playing the next Doctor? If they've cast the 13th Doctor by now then they could be wanting to introduce them early if it's a woman so that the general casual audience can warm to the character, prior the main debut in a couple of years. She could be introduced in a similar way to 'The Watcher' in the classic Doctor Who, wouldn't that be fun?


Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11: World Enough And Time airs BBC One, 6:45pm. 




The BBC have released promotional images from Doctor Who Series 10 Episode 11 "World Enough And Time", which sees the return of John Simm as The Master, Michelle Gomez as Missy and the Mondasian Cybermen.
















































Saturday, 17 June 2017


During this summer, the team at Satellite Five have decided to dedicate some time to producing some of Doctor Who's best unreleased music, isolating the scores from modern day episodes.

If there is a particular track that you wish to hear you can get in touch by filling out a simple form detailing what episode you'd like to hear (a scene recommendation would also be appreciated). We hope to produce approximately 30 tracks from any series (2005-present day) alongside a complete 'unreleased album' of music from Doctor Who Series 2.

One of our team members had successfully ran a Youtube channel posting Doctor Who music for a couple of years previously so will be able to produce tracks to a high quality for you to hear and produce it alongside artwork and information that would display on your iTunes/music library.

To request music, please fill in the form here. We aim to have a follow-up post with updates, track previews and teasers during early July - just after the new series of Doctor Who has finished!
 
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