World War Three audio commentary
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) farewell video
Karen Gillan interview
Children in Need to feature Christmas clip
Aliens of London audio commentary
"I think that's all up in the air at the moment. I know that I'm gonna be coming back but I'm not sure when."RELATED POSTS
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This one day event on November 23rd will feature guest speakers including people who have worked on the show (in front of and behind the camera), journalists, writers and academics. At the time of writing, Blogtor will be involved with this event and we'll keep you up~to~date on the guests, etc...
|Episode 1, The New World||Episode 2, Rendition|
|Episode 3, Dead of Night||Episode 4, Escape To L.A.|
|Episode 5, The Categories of Life||Episode 6, The Middle Men|
|Episode 7, Immortal Sins||Episode 8, End of the Road|
|Episode 9, The Gathering||Episode 10, The Blood Line|
"So far Britain has transmitted two of these episodes, which has done alright. It's done good. Episode One was good, episode two was alright. So by the time you listen to this we could have been taken off air or shown on Sunday nights for all we know." [UK sci~fi drama Outcasts was "relegated" to Sunday nights after under~performing.]The topic of aliens was broached and how they "didn't quite fit" in Miracle Day, with the following conversation:
RTD: I kind of thought, do you miss aliens? I do slightly.Discussing the future of Torchwood, Davies states, "Will we ever come back again? I don't know," whilst Gardner adds, "I hope so." As a final tidbit, and somewhat sensational at that, Russell debates on whether or not Captain Jack was mortal during Miracle Day:
JG: I do. I do miss aliens.
RTD: Oh, now we realise! If there's another series I'd definitely do bigger aliens in it. More alien presence.
RTD: Was Jack ever mortal, that's what we'll never know. 'Cos I think, by the way, that he was a fixed point in time and space that I'm not sure he was ever mortal during the whole story [Miracle Day]. We never got to prove it because we never killed him.Torchwood Miracle Day is released on DVD and bluray in the UK on Nov 14, read more details about it HERE.
JG: [STUNNED SILENCE]
RTD: That's thrown you.
JG: Oh my god!
RTD: If The Doctor says someone is a fixed point in time and space, then they're a fixed point in time and space.
JG: I am horrified!
Torchwood Declassified - 2 epsRELATED POSTS
10 episode intros
Motion Comic, Web of Lies
Audio commentary on Eps 1 and 10 from Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner
The special, set during the Second World War, sees Madge Arwell and her two children, Lily and Cyril, evacuated to a draughty old house in Dorset, where the caretaker is a mysterious young man in a bow tie, and a big blue parcel is waiting for them under the tree. They are about to enter a magical new world and learn that a Time Lord never forgets his debts.