Sunday, December 26, 2010


Part269, originally uploaded by sarahjane2x.

The missing SJA Series One link!

Wednesday, September 08, 2010


Sorry, I didn't report all the new SJA news because of other business......  Now I'm back to report a batch of SJA related stuff to be on the up dated and a new look of my blog's page as well........!

So here it goes with the report!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

First start: A set of SJA titles of Season 4 of SJA:

4.1/4.2: The Nightmare Man
Written by Joseph Lidster
Directed by Joss Agnew
Guest starring Julian Bleach as the Nightmare Man

4.3/4.4: The Vault of Secrets
Written by Phil Ford
Directed by Joss Agnew
Guest starring Cheryl Campbell as Ocean Waters
4.5/4.6: Death of the Doctor
Written by Russell T Davies
Directed by Ashley Way
Guest starring Matt Smith as the Doctor and Katy Manning as former Third Doctor companion Jo Grant

4.7/4.8: The Empty Planet
Written by Gareth Roberts
Directed by Ashley Way
Guest starring Joe Mason as Gavin

4.9/4.10: Lost in Time
Written by Rupert Laight
Directed by Joss Agnew
Guest starring Cyril Nri as the Mysterious Shopkeeper.

4.11/4.12: Goodbye, Sarah Jane Smith
Written by Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman
Directed by Joss Agnew
Guest starring Julie Graham as Ruby White.

Julian Bleach aka. Davros as the Nightmare Man?!  He's been on Doctor Who and Torchwood in the past, playing terrifying characters both times! That last title sounds very ominous, too. And according to writer Gareth Roberts, it's going to have a very 'doom-y feel to it'!:
"They're filming it now and it's a storming, emotionally-charged adventure. I wouldn't say "armageddon", but it's full-blooded and dramatic, to show that children's television can be like that. We asked the director to pretend it was the last one ever!"
Thanks to with help of some editing of SarahjaneX to go with it!

Next one; A set of promo pictures to like................

 Doctor Who spin~off series The Sarah Jane Adventures returns to the BBC for a fourth series next month. The opening episode, The Nightmare Man Part 1, will air on Monday 11th October (time TBC). At the moment it is unclear whether or not there will be two episodes per week (as in Series 3). Click on the images above and below for bigger versions. Pictured along with the regular cast are (L-R): Androvax, Shansheeth, the Dark Hoard and the Graske.

Thanks to  for the report!

Next comes a set of SJA book covers:

Not bad are they?

And the last one is the YouTube SJA Promo Trailer:

Monday, April 26, 2010

Two Very Old Broads And The Doctor!

 Sorry I'm very late again last time!   But this time around to make-up what's happening, I got a report to tell you!
So here it is.....

 From the

Sarah Jane Smith is reunited with another of The Doctor's former companions, Jo Grant (Katy Manning), in a new series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, set to air on CBBC this autumn. They'll be joined by The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith), in a special edition of the show penned by executive producer Russell T Davies.
The two episodes will see The Doctor and his two former time-travelling partners caught up in an alien-busting adventure that will entertain Doctor Who fans of all ages.
Elisabeth Sladen, who plays Sarah Jane comments: "It's a fantastic script and I can't wait to work with another Doctor and hope Matt has fun with us. I've known Katy for ages and I am delighted to be working with her. I last met her in LA but this time we will be in Cardiff. LA was good but Cardiff is better."
Katy Manning, who recently returned to live in the UK again, adds: "Playing Jo Grant again is something I never really considered. I was gob-smacked when they told me and I am over the moon. What an incredible little treat. I come home and this is one of the first things that happens."
Executive producer Nikki Wilson says: "We are absolutely thrilled to be introducing Sarah Jane and the gang to both The Eleventh Doctor and Jo Grant, and to have a script penned by Russell T Davies is the icing on the cake!
"Viewers are in for a real treat, with an action-packed story full of Russell's usual wit and warmth, which takes the gang inside a secret base beneath Snowdon and introduces brand-new vulture aliens, the mysterious Shansheeth. All this, plus a trip to an alien planet – a first for The Sarah Jane Adventures."
Featuring the usual mixture of thrills, laughs and scares, the fourth series promises fun with enemies old and new, including the terrors of the Nightmare Man and a dangerous journey back into history.
A galaxy of guest stars are lined up to appear in the series and include Laila Rouass (Primeval, Footballers Wives) and Cheryl Campbell (Pennies From Heaven), whilst David Bradley (Argus Filch in Harry Potter) will provide the voice of the Shansheeth.

Oh WOW Jo Grant and the 11th Doctor here on SJA!!!!

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Got News For You!

Well, I haven't written a post for so long that, I forgot to write about the third season of SJA!  Now, I'm back with new SJA news coming out of SJA front.   You have to forgive me for what I do!  I was so busy with that  Gallifrey Base I've completely forget!  Now I'm here giving out the news. Here it goes!

Sarah Jane returns to CBBC for two further series of adventures
From the BBC Press office…
CBBC Controller Damian Kavanagh has commissioned two new series (24 x 30-minutes) of hugely successful Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures, which will see the intrepid investigative journalist and her gang of young sidekicks continue to enthral children for the foreseeable future.
Created by Russell T Davies, and featuring one of Doctor Who’s most famous companions, Sarah Jane Smith, The Sarah Jane Adventures is made by BBC Cymru Wales and has been a huge hit on CBBC since its debut in 2007, with viewing figures continuing to grow year on year.
The fourth series, set to air this autumn, will again star Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane. Young actors Tommy Knight, Daniel Anthony and Anjli Mohindra return as popular regulars Luke, Clyde and Rani.
The new adventures will feature the usual mixture of thrills, scares and fun with enemies old and new, including the terrors of the Nightmare Man, the sinister Shansheeth, the series’ first visit to an alien world, and even a dangerous journey back into history.
The series will go into production in Cardiff later this month with series three producer Nikki Wilson stepping up alongside Russell T Davies as executive producer and new producer Brian Minchin joining the team.
Damian Kavanagh says: “We are thrilled to be making many more episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures.
“It is been a huge ratings and critical success on CBBC and we hope our viewers are going to be hooked on Sarah Jane’s action-packed adventures for some time to come.”
BBC Wales Head of English Language Programmes, Clare Hudson, says: “The idea for The Sarah Jane Adventures sprang from the success of Doctor Who and it has since rocketed in popularity in its own right, thanks to the vision, talent and hard work of the show’s brilliant cast and crew.”
The fifth series will go into production in 2011 for transmission later that year.
Writers on the fourth series include Phil Ford (also co-producer), Joseph Lidster, Rupert Laight, Gareth Roberts and Clayton Hickman.
The Sarah Jane Adventures is a BBC Cymru Wales/Children’s BBC Production.

The press release can be seen