Lovarzi adds the Fifth Doctor’s jumper to their range

Lovarzi, the makers of officially licensed Doctor Who scarves have added the Fifth Doctor's cricket jumper to their range along with two new scarves.

Maninder Singh Sahota, Director of Lovarzi, says:
We've been overwhelmed and delighted by the reaction our Doctor Who products have garnered; the hard work and attention to detail we put into creating finest quality items is always worthwhile when we see the smiles of fans whenever we exhibit our ever-expanding range. We're extremely proud to see dedicated Whovians indulging in their favourite items, and are sure these three new products will be welcomed into the fandom just as warmly.

Danie Ware from Forbidden Planet added:
We had a huge success with the Seventh Doctor’s knitwear last year, and with the continued rise of the cult status of Doctor Who, this new range is perfect for all fans of the series. The Fourth Doctor’s scarf is one of the single most iconic Who symbols, and the additions of the TARDIS scarf, and the Fifth Doctor’s cricketing sweater will make sure everyone’s wrapped up this Christmas!

Fifth Doctor Cricket Sweater (Credit: Lovarzi) Fifth Doctor Cricket Sweater
available to order now: (Amazon UK), (Forbidden Planet)

The Only Fifth Doctor Sweater Officially Licensed by the BBC!

Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor is one of the most popular incarnations of the world's favourite Time Lord - and deservedly so! He fought the Black Guardian, Cybermen, Silurians, and Sea Devils before sacrificing himself on Androzani Minor: this fresh-faced man who came and went like a summer cloud always looked every bit the hero.

Following Davison's original cricket whites notion, our officially-licensed Fifth Doctor Sweater is based on his much-loved Season 19 and 20 look. What's more, he also wore it for the 20th anniversary special, The Five Doctors, and 2007's charity short, Time Crash, which featured both the Fifth and Tenth Doctors - the first multi-Doctor story of the revived show!
Fourth Doctor Scarf 18 ft Long Season 16 - 17 (Credit: Lovarzi) Fourth Doctor Scarf
available to order now: ((Amazon UK), ((Forbidden Planet)

The 18ft Long Fourth Doctor Scarf is warm, comfortable, and great for fans of Tom Baker!

The Doctor's worn cool bow ties, cricket jumpers, and questionably-colourful jackets, but Tom Baker's supremely long multi-coloured scarf is the quintessential Doctor Who accessory. Our replica is based on the 18ft scarf the Fourth Doctor wore throughout Seasons 16 and 17, initially made by sewing the original to the stunt double's!

It's ideal for strolling through Paris, searching for the Key to Time - or simply showing off your Whovian allegiance. Because no matter where you are, whoever you meet, everyone appreciates this iconic design.
available to order now: Blue & Grey - (Amazon UK), (Forbidden Planet), Blue & Red: (Amazon UK), (Forbidden Planet), Grey & White: (Amazon UK), (Forbidden Planet)

Vworp! Vworp! This exclusively-designed TARDIS Scarf looks great wherever you are in time and space!

We initially set eyes on the TARDIS in the very first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, and discovered that it's alive. But what else do we know? Well, it's bigger on the inside, of course. The chameleon circuit allows it to blend into its environment - but it's broken, and has permanently taken on the guise of a blue police call box. The Doctor "borrowed" it.

And the most important thing: it's incredible.

Our exclusive TARDIS Scarf is a celebration of Doctor Who, presented in a beautiful box, topped off with the foil-printed BBC Doctor Who logo.

TARDIS Scarf (Blue & Grey) (Credit: Lovarzi) TARDIS Scarf (Blue & Red) (Credit: Lovarzi) TARDIS Scarf (Grey & White) (Credit: Lovarzi)

Doctor Who Extra: Dark Water on the Red Button

The Cybermen at St Pauls (Credit: BBC/Jack Barnes)The next edition of online behind-the-scenes show Doctor Who Extra, covering the penultimate episode Dark Water, is also available via digital television's Red Button service on BBC channels at the following times:


The Day of the Doctor / The Time of the Doctor: French DVD Release

French-speaking Doctor Who fans will be able to enjoy The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor in their native language when a single disc DVD set featuring the two stories is released in France on 1st December 2014.
Le Jour du Docteur / L'Heure du Docteur  (Credit: France Télévisions Distribution) Le Jour du Docteur / L'Heure du Docteur
Date de sortie: 1 décembre 2014 (pre-order)

Le dvd contient les deux épisodes spéciaux:

- Le Jour Du Docteur (76'): l'épisode spécial 50e anniversaire
- L'Heure du Docteur (65'): 800e épisode de la série

Y compris la version originale sous-titrée et la version française.

Edité par francetv distribution.

Ce DVD sera en exclusivité à la Fnac à partir du 5 novembre 2014, puis dans tous les magasins le 1er décembre 2014.

The DVD contains two special episodes:

- The Day Of The Doctor (76 '): 50th anniversary special episode
- The Time of the Doctor (65 '): 800th episode of the series

Including the original subtitled version and the French version.

Edited by FranceTV distribution.

This DVD will be exclusive to Fnac from November 5, 2014, and in all stores on December 1, 2014.

Lovarzi launch Fifth Doctor sweater and more!

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Lovarzi today announced additions to their fantastic range of Doctor Who clothes, scarves and accessories. Check them out here and click on the images for more info.

The Fifth Doctor Cricket Sweater is made from 100% Acrylic, based on the original design which debuted in Davison's first story, Castrovalva. He continued to wear this for the majority of his stories as he fought Cybermen, the Mara, and the Black Guardian. This included a celebratory series marking Doctor Who's 20th anniversary, concluding in the 90-minute special, The Five Doctors, which sits between Seasons 20 and 21. Buy HERE.

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After the success of the Seventh Doctor Jumper and Paisley Scarf, Lovarzi continues to cater for cosplayers (and those with a great sense of style!) with an 18ft Fourth Doctor Scarf, just like Tom Baker's Time Lord wore across Seasons 16 and 17. Debuting in The Ribos Operation, this extra-long scarf was created from the remaining part of the original plus a duplicate made for the stunt crew. It was superseded by the Burgundy Fourth Doctor Scarf, which Lovarzi released last year as part of Doctor Who's 50th anniversary. Buy HERE.

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Similar to last year's Dalek Scarf, the TARDIS Scarf is made from finest quality wool and Modal, resulting in a smooth, soft finish. It also comes in a presentation box with foil-printed Doctor Who and BBC logos, so is a perfect present – and especially for collectors! Buy HERE.

Flatline – Chart Position

Doctor Who: Flatline finished the week as the 23rd most watched programme on British Television, according to figures from Barb.

Top for the week was Downton Abbey, which had 10.39 million watching.

Doctor Who was the 8th highest rated programme on BBC Television. It had a consolidated share of 25.6% of the total TV Audience.

The Day of the Doctor/The Time of the Doctor soundtrack


Silva Screen have announced that a double CD featuring music from The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor will be released next month. Visit Silva Screen.com for more details. Check out the tracklisting below.

1. I.M Foreman (1:10)
2. Will There be Cocktails? (0:40)
3. It’s Him (The Majestic Tale) (2:05)
4. He Was There (4:23)
5. No More (1:06)
6. The War Room (1:42)
7. Footprints In The Sand (1:43)
8. Who Are You (4:38)
9. England 1562 (1:03)
10. Nice Horse (1:43)
11. The Fez and the Portal (2:44)
12. Two Doctors (1:02)
13. Three Doctors (1:56)
14. Somewhere to Hide (1:50)
15. Rescue the Doctor (1:08)
16. 2.47 Billion (4:28)
17. Zygon In The Painting (1:35)
18. Man and Wife (1:33)
19. We Don’t Need To Land (2:27)
20. We Are The Doctors (0:49)
21. The Moment Has Come (3:06)
22. This Time There’s Three Of Us (The Majestic Tale) (7:03)
23. Song For Four / Home (3:41)

1. The Message (1:16)
2. Handles (2:07)
3. The Dance Of the Naked Doctor (2:13)
4. You Saved It (0:57)
5. Papal Mainframe (0:45)
6. Tasha Lemm (1:07)
7. Bedroom Talk (1:49)
8. The Mission (0:54)
9. Christmas (2:27)
10. The Crack (5:24)
11. Rhapsody of War (0:52)
12. Back To Christmas (3:09)
13. Snow Over Trenzalore (Song For Four) (2:46)
14. Beginning Of The End (2:47)
15. This is How it Ends (3:07)
16. Never Tell Me The Rules (3:12)
17. Trenzalore / The Long Song / I Am Information (Reprise) (4:03)

Thanks to Silva Screen

Death in Heaven – Transmission Details

The BBC have confirmed that the final episode in the current run of Doctor Who, Death in Heaven, will have a 60 minute duration.

It will broadcast in the UK on BBC One, on 8th November from 8pm until 9pm.

The programme will once more follow Strictly Come Dancing. It will be followed by the annual Royal Legion Festival of Remembrance. On the other main UK channels the episode is scheduled against ITV's The X Factor (which airs from 8:00pm to 10:00pm), the Culture Show, on BBC2, Walking through History on Channel 4, and the film The Case for Christmas on Channel Five.

With Cybermen on the streets of London, old friends unite against old enemies and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role.

Can the mighty UNIT contain Missy? As the Doctor faces his greatest challenge, sacrifices must be made before the day is won.