In the television movie "Doctor Who" (1996), which introduced the 8th regeneration of the Doctor (Played by Paul McGann), it was stated that he is half-human.
GRACE: Oh, Professor Wagg. This is Doctor Bowman. He's from London. He was just going to share a secret with us.
DOCTOR: Yes. Er, Professor, is there a chance of a closer look at the clock?
WAGG: No! No, I'm afraid that I am the only person allowed up there.
DOCTOR: Oh, can't you just bend the rules a little?
DOCTOR: Oh, but you see...
WAGG: Grace says you have a big secret. What is it?
(The Doctor takes the Professor's shoulder and moves him to the side.)
DOCTOR: I'm half human. [A Beat] On my mother's side.
(They laugh. Professor Wagg no longer has his ID clipped to his lapel.)
WAGG: Very clever. Happy New Year.
(The Master has released Lee. Suddenly an image of the seventh Doctor appears above the Eye.)
LEE: Whoa! There's the guy I took to the hospital.
MASTER: The Doctor's past live.
LEE: The Doctor?
MASTER: That's what he calls himself. Doctor.
(The image is replaced by the eighth Doctor.)
MASTER: The new Doctor.
LEE: He's so young.
MASTER: Fascinating. See that? That's the retinal structure of the human eye. The Doctor is half human! No wonder.
Has that been made canon in the revival New Who series that started in 2005? In general, which of the older, Classic Who material remains canon?