Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Big Bang Theory

If you've been following the news today, the switch-on of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) in CERN's 27km tunnel has been a mild success. CERN is attempting to recreate the conditions of the vital moments following the Big Bang. The device has been in construction for the past 13 years - which explains why such a big who-ha has been made over its launch!

To celebrate CERN's experiment, the BBC commissioned a special one-off 45 minute radio episode of Torchwood, titled "Lost Souls" and starring John Barrowman alongside his regular team of Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd, with Doctor Who alum Freema Agyeman along for the ride to. In case you missed it, the Radio 4 Wednesday play is available to listen again here.

Meanwhile filming continues on block one of Torchwood's third season (episodes one through three) and then block two (four/five) begins next month - rumoured to feature [HIGHLIGHT TO REVEAL] Martha Jones and Mickey Smith, though nothing has been confirmed by the BBC as of yet. More news as it comes in.

What are you guys and gals doing right now, in the summer hiatus? Hands up who's watching (or rather, re-watching) the series DVD boxsets? Or perhaps you're putting all of your energy into intricate fan fiction? Or perhaps you're silly enough to write a fansite blog (hang on...) - let us now by writing in the comments section below!

Regards & toodles, he says.
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