- Chats (probably nicked from press release archives, cos it's The Metro) with former Who guest stars.
- John Barrowman talks about series three of Doctor Who and series two of Torchwood. He'd like the latter to be more adult.
- David Tennant talks about series three, too.
- Derek Jacobi is to appear as “The Professor” in the third series of Who, too. Horrible flashbacks to Ace. Urk.
- I've found the Ainsley to my Nigella. I said Immortal Beloved was 25% State of Decay, 25% Mawdryn Undead, 50% The Romans. Someone else argues it's more a mix of State of Decay, Mindwarp and The Savages. Ooh, flavoursome.
- David Tennant is 13th on a list by New Woman of the world's sexiest men.
- Dreamwatch is back online as “Dreamwatch presents Total Sci Fi”. It's a bit empty at the moment, although there's an interview with Douglas Henshall that some might like.
- Brent Hoberman, co-founder of Lastminute.com and one of the growing list of famous people I've met at parties and asked, “What do you do?” because I didn't recognise their name, is joining the Guardian Media Group board.
- I'm showing my age since I'm excited to hear both James and The Jesus and Mary Chain are reforming. I'm less excited about Crowded House reforming.
- Primeval isn't even on tele yet, but its DVD will be out on March 19th.
- Five celebs are up for eviction on Celebrity Big Brother.
- 24: Why Donald Sutherland isn't playing Jack's dad this season.
- Heroes: Clips, clips and more clips from The Fix, some featuring George Takei and some featuring Christopher Eccleston. You'll also have to sit through ads for some truly awful-looking movies.
- The Knights of Prosperity's chances don't look good.
- Eddie Izzard has posted promos for his new show, The Riches, on his MySpace page.
- Pilots, pilots.
- Victor Garber and Natasha Henstridge are joining Jonny Lee Miller in ABC pilot Eli Stone.
- Posh and Becks are being lined up for their own show in the US.