Yesterday the BBC revealed the details for the immense celebrations seeking to "take over TV and radio" in order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who . Amongst the names involved are Potter alumni David Tennant, John Hurt, David Bradley and Warwick Davis.
As announced a few months back, David Tennant will reprise his role as the Tenth Doctor in the official anniversary episode. The 75 minute episode is to be entitled The Day of the Doctor and will air, as rumoured, on BBC One on 23rd November. The episode is also to star current Doctor and companion, Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman as well as John Hurt, who played Ollivander in first and final Potter films.
The celebrations however, don't end there! As well as the An Adventure in Space and Time biopic starring Argus Filch actor, David Bradley as William Hartnell, Warwick Davis, who recently appeared in an episode of Doctor Who, is also getting in on the fun. 12 Again will bring together a number of actors and television personalities to talk about Doctor Who and their experiences of watching the show as children.
For complete details of the celebrations, and to see the brilliant Day of the Doctor poster in all its glory, visit the Doctor Who website. Details are yet to be confirmed as to when the celebrations will air outside the UK.