Saturday, 30 June 2007
Friday, 29 June 2007
Thursday, 28 June 2007
Wednesday, 27 June 2007
- Last Of The Timelords
- Fact File
- Trailer 2
- Mobile Wallpapers
- Harold Saxon Website
- Fear Forecast Coming Monday
"I'm Coming Back"As well as the usual Official Doctor Who site being updated this week the BBC have updated their Harold Saxon site. All the links can be found below.
- Harold Saxon Home
- A Better Britain
- The Call Of Duty
- Meet Lucy Saxon
- My Beliefs
Tuesday, 26 June 2007
On the second cover however guess which Doctor Who star is to be shown. Well you guessed it because it is of course the newly regenerated master John Simm himself. John or The Master is holding in his hand a laser screwdriver who'd have sonic?
As well as all this inside these magazines you can read about visits to the set of Doctor Who for the series finale in the company of Freema Agyeman. It also includes behind the scenes pictures and comments from Freema and hints from Russell T Davies on the plot. There is also a brilliant poster featuring The Doctor (David Tennant) and The Master (John Simm).This magazine is on sale now for amazingly cheap price of a pound. So get out their and show your support.
Monday, 25 June 2007
Sunday, 24 June 2007
Look out for some screen caps of John Simm in the episode The Sound Of Drums and also in the next episode trailer. These images will be posted some time this week.
Saturday, 23 June 2007
Friday, 22 June 2007
Thursday, 21 June 2007
Though of course this one man The Professor is not all that he seems. This story also features a enemy known as The Fututrekind who are believed to be the future for all those stuck and waiting to go to Utopia. As well of all this we also had some exciting flashbacks of Rose, Captain Jack, The Face Of Boe's final words and of course them exciting scenes of The Doctor becoming human. Overall I would give this episode a 9.5/10.
Wednesday, 20 June 2007
In other news John is also going to appear on two special edition covers for Doctor Who Magazine 384. John will also be interviewed in this particular issue about his time on Doctor Who playing The Master. This issue will go on sale from Thursday 28th June priced at £3.99. The two covers can be found below. Thanks to Mark from Tardis and Torchwood Treasures for making this picture.
Tuesday, 19 June 2007
Monday, 18 June 2007
In 1997 John starred in the first series of the critically acclaimed and often controversial The Lakes, a BBC series written by Jimmy McGovern. In 1999 he starred in the second series of The Lakes as well as appearing in Human Traffic and Wonderland.
In 2000 he starred in the opening episode of the acclaimed drama Clocking Off written by Paul Abbott, who he would later work with again for the award-winning political thriller series State of Play.
In 2002 he featured in the film 24 Hour Party People as enigmatic New Order frontman Bernard Sumner. It was also this year that he played Raskolnikov in the BBC adaptation of Crime and Punishment which is also his favourite book. At a live concert in Finsbury Park the same year, Simm sang "Digital" onstage with New Order.
In 2004 he played a researcher and investigator for a charity in a Channel 4 drama Sex Traffic, the hard hitting drama that follows the plight of two young Moldovan sisters sold into sexual slavery.
In February 2007, it was reported that Simm was to appear in the third (current) series of the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who as the Master. Simm himself on the Simon Mayo radio programme on Five Live on March 22, 2007, confirmed he would appear on Doctor Who as "Mr Saxon". He made his first appearance on the June 16, 2007 episode, "Utopia", where he appeared as the Master, a recurring enemy of the Doctor, following Derek Jacobi's brief portrayal of the character.
In April 2007, it was announced that Simm would resume the role of Cal McCaffrey in the second series of State of Play, with Bill Nighy also returning to the show although Simm has said himself that he would not be reprising the role. It is not known if the likes of David Morrissey and Philip Glenister will return to the show.
He will reunite with his Life on Mars co-star Philip Glenister— with whom he also appeared in Clocking Off and State of Play—in the forthcoming 1980s-set crime film Tuesday, in which the pair play bank robbers. Upon the announcement of the film, Glenister joked that he and Simm were contractually obliged to work with each other once a year.