BBC America Panels And Autograph Schedules
Below is a collection of days and times that show who is where for what panels and autograph sessions. Aside from the Doctor Who talent, there are folks showing up from a few other shows also.
There will be talent appearances from BBC AMERICA’s new sci fi drama, Being Human. and creators-stars from the BAFTA-nominated comedy, The Mighty Boosh.
The schedules, as they stand at press time, are:
Friday, July 24
4:45-5:45pm The Mighty Boosh panel:
Julian Barratt, Noel Fielding, Michael Fielding, Rich Fulcher and Dave Brown will be on hand.
Location: Room 6A
3:30-4:30pm The Mighty Boosh autograph session:
Location: In the Autograph Area.
Saturday, July 25
3:00-4:00pm Being Human autographs:
Toby Whithouse, Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow and Aidan Turner will be signing autographs.
Location: The BBC AMERICA booth (#3629).
7:30-10:00pm Torchwood / Doctor Who Screenings:
Key talent from both shows will be on hand to introduce the last episode of the five part series titled Torchwood: Children of Earth and there will be an advance viewing of the special, Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead.
Location: Room 6A
Sunday, July 26
10:00-11:00am Doctor Who panel:
Actor David Tennant, writer/executive producer Russell T Davies, director Euros Lyn and executive producer Julie Gardner will be on hand. Exclusive clips and a Q&A session will take place.
Location: Ballroom 20
2:15-3:45pm Being Human / Torchwood panel
Being Human creator Toby Whithouse and cast members Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow and Aidan Turner will be on stage.
Following that, Torchwood actor John Barrowman, creator/writer/executive producer Russell T Davies, executive producer Julie Gardner and director Euros Lyn will take the stage to talk about the epic five-night television event Torchwood: Children of Earth. They will also be taking questions from you, the fans.
Location: Room 6BCF
This sounds like a mild dream-come-true for Doctor Who or Torchwood fans. For those of you who have tickets for the weekend, you will have much to talk about with your friends when you get back home.
My plans are to attend the Doctor Who panel. Does anyone have any ideas or questions you might want me to try and ask? No promises but if I do get the opportunity, I will probably only get one question out there.
Let the comments and question requests fly!
Source: BBC America