Spoiler: Doctor Who Magazine 385, 2008 Season news

Following the previous entry which was about Doctor Who Magazine, speculation appears here in response to the very mild spoiler information about the 2008 Season, from Gallifrey Guardian, the bottom of page 5, and also RTD’s Production Notes on the last page.

However, the spoilers and speculation appear in a comment to this entry, so if you want to read this, click on the comments of this entry, or on the title of this entry.

(Any other spoiler information will appear on this blog in a similar way. Please note that once an episode has been broadcast, it will be described as normal.)

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2 Responses to “Spoiler: Doctor Who Magazine 385, 2008 Season news”

  1. John Nor Says:

    Gallifrey Guardian:
    Phil Collinson discusses a planned episode for the 2008 Season.

    “It’s going to be a big scale adventure, and it’s also a brilliant opportunity for the Doctor to take Donna to a weird and wonderful alien planet. The episode, written by Keith Temple is called Planet of the Ood.”

    Great news for planetzogblog obviously. Will this be the Ood Sphere, close to the Sense Sphere of the Sensorites?

    (Click on the Tenth Doctor on the right-hand sidebar of this blog, then Planet Krop Tor, for more information on that.)

    Production Notes:
    “…all three shows – Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures – are all filming at once!…Bits of 1918, 2008, 51st Century, the oh-so-pivotal 1964…recreating the Boeshane Peninsula…”

    Two things stand out there – 51st Century and Boeshane Peninsula.

    Probably, as Jack has been established to originate from that time, and that place, these are connected.

    Hopefully, during that 2008 episode, that “Face of WTF” thing at the end of Last of the Time Lords will be resolved as just a joke!

  2. John Nor Says:

    I said in that previous comment:
    “Two things stand out there – 51st Century and Boeshane Peninsula.

    Probably, as Jack has been established to originate from that time, and that place, these are connected.”

    Having watched Torchwood 2.5: Adam yesterday – and the 51st Century Boeshane Peninsula was shown – it appears I was correct.


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