Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge bake for veterans

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have helped their children make cakes for war veterans. The royal couple -...

Latest Posts

Duchess of Cambridge jokes about toddler tantrums

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has joked she'd like to "ask the experts" for advice on handling toddler tantrums. The...

Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas bubble

Queen Elizabeth is planning her Christmas bubble. New rules in the UK, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, prohibit more...

Duchess Catherine’s charity work will have a ‘long-term impact’, expert says

Duchess Catherine’s “influential” work with improving the life of young children is likely to have a “long-term impact”, according to an expert...

Duchess Catherine: We need a more nurturing society for children

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wants to help build a “more nurturing society” for children. The 38-year-old royal spoke about...

Doctor Who’s K9 to be star of new children’s TV series

‘Doctor Who’ favourite K9 is to return in a new children’s television series.
The robotic canine companion – who made his debut in the BBC One sci-fi series back in 1977 alongside Fourth Doctor Tom Baker – is to be the main hero in the upcoming show which will focus on an intergalactic space war.
K9 is to get a major design overhaul for the project to bring the electronic pooch into the 21st century.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "He’s going to look more industrial and be covered in rivets."
K9 was originally created by Dave Martin and Bob Baker and proved to be hugely popular amongst ‘Doctor Who’ fans going on to appear in several spin-offs, including TV pilot ‘K9 and Company’ in 1981.
Since ‘Doctor Who’ was brought back to TV screens in 2005 the metal mutt has featured in the show and was last seen in the 2006 episode ‘School Reunion’ with the Tenth Doctor – played by David Tennant – and the Fourth Doctor’s much loved companion Sarah-Jane Smith, portrayed by the late Elizabeth Sladen.
K9 was then a regular in spin-off CBBC show ‘The Sarah Jane Adventures’ and even appeared in one-off Australian show ‘K-9’, in which he was brought to life by original voice actor John Leeson.

Latest Posts

Duchess of Cambridge jokes about toddler tantrums

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has joked she'd like to "ask the experts" for advice on handling toddler tantrums. The...

Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas bubble

Queen Elizabeth is planning her Christmas bubble. New rules in the UK, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, prohibit more...

Duchess Catherine’s charity work will have a ‘long-term impact’, expert says

Duchess Catherine’s “influential” work with improving the life of young children is likely to have a “long-term impact”, according to an expert...

Duchess Catherine: We need a more nurturing society for children

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wants to help build a “more nurturing society” for children. The 38-year-old royal spoke about...

Don't Miss

Duchess of Cambridge meets with photography competition entrants

The Duchess of Cambridge has thanked frontline NHS staff for entering her photography competition. Duchess Catherine and her husband,...

Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoying ‘quality time’ with son

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making the most of "quality time" with their son. The couple are...

Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoying ‘quality time’ with son

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making the most of "quality time" with their son. The couple are...

Princess Eugenie named royal patron of Scoliosis Association UK.

Princess Eugenie is now the Royal Patron of the Scoliosis Association UK. The 30-year-old royal was announced as the...

Princess Eugenie named royal patron of Scoliosis Association UK.

Princess Eugenie is now the Royal Patron of the Scoliosis Association UK. The 30-year-old royal was announced as the...

Stay in touch

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.