Can you remember the first time you watched Back to the future's DeLorean time machine speed towards its time travel speed of 88 miles per hour? Or did you dream of hearing your canine friend speak after seeing the translation collar in Pixar's Up?
Danny may not be everyone's cup of tea but the fact he has become a popular figure in one of the country's biggest soaps, has shown that his style can crack the mainstream. So, what better way of rewarding his acting renaissance than by handing him THE most iconic role in British TV?
'I feel sad. I love Doctor Who.'
Peter Capaldi has confirmed he is set to step down from playing ‘Doctor Who’. The actor, who has played the Doctor since
I am very much in favour of transparency. If all broadcasters had to declare how much they are paying their biggest stars, I would have no complaints... But I should be clear about why I am in favour of transparency: it enables those who are paid less than their peers to demand an increase. It means wage bills go up, not down. As an ex-employee, I am a strong believer in equal pay for equal work - but I suspect that is not quite what the culture secretary Karen Bradley, who in her former life was a tax consultant, had in mind.
Television may be deeply ingrained into our everyday lives, but how much do we really know about its history? TV has gone
Sad, who me? Most of all, Cooper remains a big fan of Dr Who, even more than her children. “I’ve decided I like Peter Capaldi
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The more I think about it, the more I sincerely think Mr Corbyn has a shot at not just winning the leadership but actually becoming Prime Minister in five years - yes really - for two big, specific reasons that nobody seems to be discussing...
In case you hadn't noticed, Christmas is nearly upon us... which, for an astonishing reported 80% of Brits using it as an