Of all the strange reasons for transport delays, a fleet of genetically modified robotic mechanical shells is not usually one of them.
The Doctor is transformed into a Scrooge-like character in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special.
Doctor Who actress Mary Tamm died this morning after a battle against cancer. She was 62.
Two Daleks are patrolling the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall in London ahead of the BAFTA Television Awards.
The society is celebrating 50 years of the hit TV show Doctor Who. The current Doctor and his assistant will feature in a special sketch to be shown during the awards.
The BBC has confirmed that David Tennant and Billie Piper will appear in the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who which will be broadcast in November.
The pair will join the Doctor's current incarnation Matt Smith for this one of episode.
The show's producers have not commented on the rumours that other Time Lords such as Tom Baker or Christopher Eccleston could also make an appearance.
It is thought that the 11th Doctor will regenerate, paving the way for the next Time Lord.
When asked by Daybreak, Darvill shrugged his shoulders and said: "I have no information, I have no information."
He added that since he left Doctor Who, it was great to watch the show, without knowing what will happen next.
The publication said bosses already have an idea of who will replace Smith, with his contract due to expire in November.
On ITV's Jonathan Ross Show last week, Smith refused to commit to a Doctor Who future, stating "we will see what 2014 holds."
In a BBC statement last night, the broadcaster said: "even we don’t know what’s going to happen at Christmas."
Doctor Who fans can look forward to the "biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show", actor Matt Smith said.
The first episode of the new series, which screens next month, will see the timelord tear up the side of the Shard on a motorbike.
A special 3D anniversary show will be broadcast in November, which newest companion Jenna-Louise Coleman says, will pay "homage to the last 50 years of the show."
It is thought that all the timelords will reunite for the 50th anniversary special.
Giving nothing away, Matt Smith said: "I think it's hilarious, I think it's epic and I think it's fast and I'm telling you nothing more but you will not be disappointed."
Of all the strange reasons for transport delays - freak snowstorms, the wrong kind of leaves, stray pets - a moving fleet of genetically modified robotic mechanical shells is not usually one of them.
But Transport for London tweeted today: "The filming of Doctor Who has finished at Westminster Bridge, the Daleks are in the process of being removed."
If an invasion of London has begun, the authorities can't be accused of over-reacting.
Seven of the surviving actors will return, alongside computer generated images of the first three Doctors William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee who have since died.
It is thought that Matt Smith, will regenerate into the twelfth Doctor, in the anniversary special.
This would be the biggest gathering of Doctors since five of them were reunited for the 20th anniversary in 1983.
Withnail and I star, Richard E Grant will play a fiendishly festive baddie in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special.
The actor, who played the timelord in a special animated version of the show, will be joined by Silent Witness star Tom Ward in the Christmas show.
He said: "I played Doctor Who in the digital animated Scream of the Shalka and I'm honoured to be in the Christmas special."
The new series returns later this year followed by the Christmas special and another eight episodes next year.