Doctor Who to Headline Bell Media’s ‘Project Latte’

Canadian company Bell Media revealed today that its upcoming subscription on-demand video streaming service, code-named “Project Latte,” will give users in Canada access to 108 episodes of Doctor Who.

Project Latte, which launches next month, is aiming to be Canada’s premium subscription on-demand video streaming service, providing the most robust lineup of superior television content in the country. Project Latte will feature more than 10,000 hours of premium non-kids TV programming, with more than 350 unique TV titles. Designed to complement traditional television and available to all TV providers, to date Project Latte will be offered via set-top box to TELUS Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV, and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV subscribers at launch. The service will also be available via mobile apps, the web, game consoles, and smart TVs.

Doctor Who, which is the Number 1 series of all time on Canadian channel Space, reached new hights in the recently concluded eighth season, averaging 756,000 viewers weekly, making it the most-watched TV series on Canadian speciality television during its run.

Other shows included in Project Latte include Orphan Black, Utopia and all 726 episodes from the Star Trek franchise Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Programming, Bell Media said
Some of the hottest TV shows on earth right now are sci-fi and fantasy-themed, so we’ve strategically curated Project Latte to deliver the best of this type of programming. In addition to our own Orphan Black and cult-hit Doctor Who, we are also proud to provide the complete Star Trek collection.

Cult Conversations on DVD

Cult Conversations is an exciting new range of DVDs from Fantom Films, featuring icons of British screen and television, presented by television aficionado Toby Hadoke.

The series contains in-depth interviews from many associated with Doctor Who, including Katy Manning and Terry Molloy as well as actors who have appeared in the series such as Tom Adams from Warriors of the Deep and John Carson from Snakedance. The first three Cult Conversations DVDs are now released (Katy Manning, Terry Molloy and Valerie Leon), with the rest to be published next month, individually priced £10.99 each or £54.95 for the whole series.
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Katy Manning

Katy Manning is known to audiences the world over for her role as Jo Grant opposite Jon Pertwee's Doctor in Doctor Who. Outside of this iconic series Katy's life has literally taken her round the world. From uprooting and moving to Australia with her children in the late seventies, writing her remarkable one woman show in LA, through West End shows and the Edinburgh Fringe, even hosting her own chat show, this is the story of a lady who lives life to the full.
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Terry Molloy

Terry Molloy is an iconic name in two of Britain's most loved cultural institutions. On television he is best known as the monstrous Davros, creator of the Daleks in Doctor Who. On radio he has played Mike Tucker on The Archers for over forty years. Now the man with the distinctive voice shows his face to tell all about his extraordinary and long lasting career.
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Tom Adams

Tom Adams has been acting for five decades, and taken in a vast array of iconic and popular British series. On television he has appeared in Doctor Who, The Avengers, The Persuaders and The Onedin Line amongst others, as well being a regular in medical soap opera Emergency Ward 10. On film he appeared opposite Steve McQueen in The Great Escape. A born raconteur, Tom has a cavalcade of entertaining anecdotes from his wide ranging career.
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John Carson

John Carson is familiar to millions for his smooth villainous portrayals on television and on film. His cult television credits encompass all major classics such as The Avengers, The Saint, The Baron, Adam Adamant Lives! and Doctor Who to name but a few. On the silver screen he was a main player in some of Hammer's most horrific outings, including The Plague of Zombies, Taste The Blood of Dracula and Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter. But the real life story behind this legendary star is far greater than any of the roles he has played on screen.

Series 8 DVD launch highlights


In the players included here you can see highlights from the Doctor Who Series 8 DVD launch, which took place in London last week. Frank Skinner (Perkins in Mummy On The Orient Express) hosted the panel which included guests Peter Capaldi (The Doctor), Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink), Michelle Gomez (Missy) and Steven Moffat (current show runner).


Doctor Who Series 8 is available on DVD HERE and bluray HERE

Sneak Peek: Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #5

Next Wednesday​ December 3​ ​2014, sees the release of Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #​5 by Al Ewing and Boo Cook​.​

Titan has released ​a sneak peek​ of​ ​​the interior art ​by Boo Cook.
DYING SPACE STATION!​ ​​​SHAPESHIFTING HORROR! ALICE’S LAST BREATH?

Still trapped aboard the SERVEYOUinc research satellite, Alice and the Doctor must unravel the mystery of the creature codenamed ‘ARC’ - while staying one step ahead of its whisper-quiet rampage through the station!

But there’s something essential the Doctor’s missing – something he’s overlooked.

Can Alice help him see it, in time to save her life… or is the story of the Doctor’s favorite sarcastic library assistant doomed to end in the icy depths of space?

Writer Al Ewing (Loki: Agent of Asgard) and artist Boo Cook (2000AD, Elephantmen) invite you to a high-tech race against time, with everything to play for!

Comes with two covers to collect: an art cover by Verity Glass and a photo subscription cover.
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Sherlock scarves


Lovarzi, the company behind the fantastic Doctor Who scarves and sweaters, are now producing some wonderful scarves to celebrate another BBC show, Sherlock. Check out the details below and click on the images for bigger versions.

"It's got flaps – ear flaps. It's an ear hat, John!" The detective doesn't seem to like that iconic deerstalker much; instead his impeccable sense of style is topped off with a series of scarves – he even puts one on when Lestrade and Donovan come to arrest him in the final episode of Series 2! That's why Lovarzi's new range, in partnership with BBC Worldwide, is ideal for fans of the Reichenbach Hero.


The pure wool scarf is decorated with two notable designs embroidered at each end: 221B has remained synonymous with the character since Arthur Conan Doyle's original books; while the smiley on the tail-end represents the latest incarnations' rebellious nature. The smiley graffiti adorns the living room at Baker Street – but took a bashing from the bored detective in The Great Game. Measuring 25x170cm, it's made from 100% wool. Buy HERE.

Alluding to the stylish wallpaper patterns of the Holmes-Watson residence, the Jacquard Woven Scarf is a wool and modal mix, 35x 180cm. Just in case someone is unsure of your allegiance to Sherlock, 221B is a repeated presence in the ornamental design.


Finally, inspired by the scarf Sherlock wore for his 'death' in The Reichenbach Fall and its rebuttal in The Empty Hearse, the Striped Scarf with 221B Woven is a sleek and subtle way of stating, "I believe in Sherlock Holmes." At 38x190cm, it's a great fit no matter your age, and is made from finest quality cotton and modal. Buy HERE.

The scarves all capture the show's style and elegance, proudly displaying the series' iconography, and are presented in black gift boxes, making each perfect as presents and for collectors.