Doctor Who News
The Doctor Who story The Doctor's Wife has won the Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation in this year's Nebula Awards, the annual event held by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
Although Doctor Who was nominated for the same award last year, this is the first time the programme has been successful. In winning the award the team beat several Holloywood movies including Martin Scorsese'sHugo and Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris.
The Doctor's Wife was the fourth episode of the 2011 series of Doctor Who. It was written by acclaimed authorNeil Gaiman and directed by Richard Clark.
In accepting the award, Neil Gaiman paid tribute to the creators of Doctor Who. Posting on twitter he said
Richard Clark also took to twitter to express his delight at the award.
Show-runner Steven Moffat congratulated the team