2010 (production)

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2010 was a year in which a number of events important to the production of Doctor Who and its spin-offs occurred.



  • 4 February - The Big Finish audio story Find and Replace was recorded at the Moat Studios.
  • 6 February - Noted fantasy writer Neil Gaiman announced via his blog that he would write an episode of Doctor Who for the 2011 season.[3] This was also the first indication that the series was expected to continue beyond 2010.
  • 17 February - The BBC, in advance of issuing a new trailer, released a new Eleventh Doctor promotional image featuring the the Doctor, Amy Pond, a Dalek, a Weeping Angel, and the first glimpse of a new character, the Smiler.
  • 17 February - Matt Smith chose the winner in a "design a TARDIS console" contest conducted on Blue Peter. The console design was scheduled to be incorporated into an upcoming Series 5 episode in some way.[4]
  • 19 February - Doctor Who and Torchwood received several nominations for the 2010 Saturn Awards (scheduled to be awarded 24th June). The End of Time and Children of Earth were nominated for Best Television Presentation. Competition included the new versions of The Prisoner and V along with, strangely, The Tudors; David Tennant was nominated for Best Actor in Television; Bernard Cribbins for Best Guest Starring Role in Television (his competition included John Lithgow and Leonard Nimoy); and in the Best DVD Television Release category, the DVDs of Planet of the Dead and Children of Earth were nominated against full-season sets of Lost, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, the US version of Life on Mars and another BBC series, Primeval.
  • 20 February - A 3-D trailer for the new series, featuring specially-shot footage, debuted on UK cinemas.











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