It was added on 6 June 2001. Though it might be nice to see the blue lights behind you before they set-up a roadblock, of course.
In 2013, BBC Studios opened a second website at http: The brakes are astonishing, hauling the big bike down from stupid speeds and making the front tyre howl with just a couple of fingers' pressure. The "Books" section was a guide to all forthcoming Doctor Who books.
Retrieved on 14 February 2019. Premier Suzuki in West Wickham 0208 777 8040 loaned us their demonstrator for a couple of days while we were waiting for a longer test. The next thing you'll notice is the noise.
Throughout the broadcast new features were added to the section including 11 video interviews, 3 photo galleries, outtakes' from the recording sessions, Director's Notes by Nicholas Pegg and Cast and Crew listings. During the RTD era, BBC Online worked extensively with the Doctor Who production office to deliver a considerable amount of content for the show, particularly when it was actively in season.
On the basis that far too much is clearly not enough, Suzuki's engineers have extracted more power and torque out of the 1000cc motor. In the autumn of 2000 the website homepage had a small refresh. It came down on 8 December 2003 and returned episodically from 8 June-13 July 2004.
In the spring of 2012, the BBC website underwent further simplification, with the standard template modified to add more integration with social media and iPlayer, and remove all flash animated content.
Since the re-launch of Doctor Who in 2005, the site has promoted the programme through a significant amount of original material, like:. The final two eBooks were also made available to download to handheld devices. Beginning on 8 March 2005 in the run-up to Rose , the new series content on the cult page was moved to a new website, with the address http: After initially focusing on Series 4, the new site gradually added Series 1-3 content from the old website, adding to it in some cases.
The pilot was a huge success and BBCi commissioned more episodes. Oh my! And made the brakes even better. The headlight is OK as well, though I do wish someone at Suzuki's horn department would go on the same course as the exhaust and intake guys because the thing they fit sounds like it belongs on a Tomos moped. The site's tagline now read "Doctor Who - the official site.