Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Lost (& Found)

The overnight ratings are in for both parts of "The Lost Boy" - the series finale of The Sarah Jane Adventures. 1.3 million were watching the first installment on BBC One, and afterwards 0.44 million people were there to watch the final episode over on the CBBC Channel. Over the last nine week's the show has had a first run average of 0.306 million on the CBBC Channel - which is a massive improvement on the channel's typical ratings.

In other news I've just received an email off a guy who calls himself "Astrobuoy", where he claims that series two of "The Sarah Jane Adventures" will have a Doctor Who 'celebrity' penning a two part adventure (writing has already started on year two, even though we haven't had official confirmation of its recommission):

"Hey Jack! Long time reader of this and your other site. Thought I'd give you a heads up that Clayton Hickman, former editor of Doctor Who Magazine, is going to write a two part story for next year's Sarah Jane series. He's now a freelancer, and I don't know if you're aware of the Big Finish CDs he's already had produced? Gary Russell, our script editor, must be fond of the guy! If you use this, give me a cool name like Astrobuoy, or sumthing."

And that's that. I have no idea who "Astrobuoy" is, or how reliable his information may be. For now I'd recommend that you take this with a pinch of salt. But it's be neat if Hickman was coming onboard for an adventure or two...
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