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Gamasutra speaks to Robert Nashak, head of the BBC's new game division, about the Three Rings-developed MMO Dr. Who: Worlds in Time, along with the Three Rings team.
"Unlike other media companies," says Nashak, the BBC's goal is "to move away from a licensing model around our brands and our IP, and really start from ground up thinking holistically and 360 to reach our fans on any platform that they might be on."
It's a good time to be a Doctor Who fan.
1963: At 6:15 on a cold, wet night, the BBC premieres its new family science fiction show, Doctor Who, with its first episode, “An Unearth...
[Happy Birthday! to one of our most enduring storyworlds.]
This past weekend saw the finale to Doctor Who’s sixth season and has left us with new questions to contemplate and new facts to digest. If, however, you’re already craving another hit of the good Doctor, then you may want to consider taking a trip to London and the Doctor Who Experience.
BBC3 behind-the-scenes show dropped as cost-cutting measure.
As this year's series of Doctor Who approaches its climax, so does this year's backlash. Following initial complaints that the series was getting "too scary", there is a new criticism: that the series' story arc has become too complicated.
A complete timeline of Doctor Who from 1963 to present, including episodes, seasons, companions, villains, and more. A Fantastic resource for any Doctor Who fan.
Hiding behind the sofa to avoid the Daleks may never work again following a remarkable new piece of BBC technology that brings them into your living room.
[Wow! Think of the storytelling possibilities!]
The plans for the Doctor’s 50th-anniversary in 2013 are taking shape already -- and it’s going to be truly magical...
Storm the castle! Ready the rampart! Fire the cannons! Whatever one does in a time like this.
The TARDIS returns to BBC ONE at Christmas, but you don't have to wait that long for more action with the Doctor, Amy and Rory...
It is much more than a television programme and is now viewed by the BBC as a ‘tentpole’ franchise, central to their Saturday night schedules and to their ongoing transmedia strategy.