Jodie Whittaker from the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards 2018: she talks about her becoming the thirteenth Doctor and her nomination for Virgin TV Must-See Moment.
Tom Spilsbury talks to former showrunners, Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat about adapting their stories, ‘Rose’ and ‘The Day of the Doctor’ into novels. You can get copies of these stories and others from internet.
She speaks exclusively all things Bill Potts with Australia’s Channel 10.
An in-depth interview with Waris Hussein, Doctor Who‘s very first director, talking at the British Film Institute.
Waris Hussein joined BFT to discuss his remarkable career, from working with actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Ian McKellen and Shirley MacLaine to experiencing TV production on both sides of the Atlantic. Accompanied by clips of his finest work, Hussein discusses key productions such as the suffragette-inspired Shoulder to Shoulder, the Emmy-winning Copacabana, the Frederic Raphael-penned The Glittering Prizes and the BAFTA-winning Edward & Mrs Simpson.
The former series showrunner reveals why David Tennant nearly stayed an extra year and why one companion idea never made it to the screen. An interview interesting to watch: he has a new Doctor Who monster that’ll probably never appear.
Part 1 of Peter Capaldi’s interview on BBC Radio 2’s Doctor Who Access All Areas program for the Christmas Special Twice Upon a Time. Peter is with host Jo Whiley, the same presenter to whom he’d originally announced his departure from the show.
In this part of Peter Capaldi’s interview they discuss how successful Doctor Who has become.
To celebrate the release of Shada, the Doctor Who team spoke to Tom Baker about his memories of the story, why he thinks the Fourth Doctor is so popular and why he has come back to the show.
Peter Capaldi reflects on leaving Doctor Who as his final moment approaches, alongside Mark Gatiss and Toby Whithouse. There are just few days left until the magical final chapter of the Twelfth Doctor’s journey, and we will all sees the Time Lord teaming up with his former self, the first ever Doctor (David Bradley) and a returning Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie), for one last adventure.
Two Doctors stranded in an Arctic snowscape, refusing to face regeneration. Enchanted glass people, stealing their victims from frozen time. And a World War One captain destined to die on the battlefield, but taken from the trenches to play his part in the Doctor’s story. An uplifting new tale about the power of hope in humanity’s darkest hours, Twice Upon A Time marks the end of an era. But as the Doctor must face his past to decide his future, his journey is only just beginning.
Mark Gatiss talks about the emotions on set during filming and about working with Peter Capaldi for his last episode. He told BUILD about the final outing for Peter and filming the 2017 Christmas special episode.
Steven Moffat reveals that Bill Pots wasn’t always in the script for Twice Upon a Time.
Interviewed on the BUZZ stage at MCM London Comic Con, David Bradley talks about recreating the First Doctor in the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special, “Twice Upon A Time”. He’s accompanied by Claudia Grant (she played Carol Ann Ford), the actress who played the Doctor’s very first companion and granddaughter, Susan, in the 50th anniversary drama documentary An Adventure In Space And Time, and they give a shout out to the Big Finish audio adventures they’ve recorded together. The interview is interesting, let’s watch it.
This is interview with Elisabeth Sladen (known as Sarah Jane Smith) in front of a moving massive Dalek, just as she announced her departure from the TARDIS.
Mark Gatiss talks about future of Doctor Who after Steven Moffat leaves: “It’s the end of an era”.
They have enjoyed an incredible working relationship on both Sherlock and Doctor Who, but will Gatiss still be a part of Who when new showrunner Chris Chibnall takes over? Let’s watch the interview and find out!
Peter Capaldi talks about his reasons for leaving Doctor Who at The Graham Norton Show 2017.
“They are absolutely wonderful together. They are hilarious, it’s absolutely gorgeous. You’re in for a real treat. A real treat”
The current showrunner reveals that the John Simm always secretly wanted to return to Doctor Who, and that his performance is well worth the wait. And he is back in series 10.
Also he drops hints about Peter Capaldi’s regeneration: “His Doctor feels sort of impulsive and in the moment and would do something reckless that you wouldn’t expect”.
Speaking to RadioTimes.com at the BFI & Radio Times festival, Steven Moffat had some thoughts about the Tweflth Doctor’s final stand.
Something’s coming… and it will be the Doctor’s most epic adventure yet. Season 10 will start this Easter, just a few days from now.
Get ready to have the time of your life with the Doctor, Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie), and Nardole this Saturday, April 15th at 9/8c on BBC America followed by the premiere of the new spin-off, Class.
Justin and Charity sit down and tell with the guys from the BBC about taking care of babies, saving the world, and the 2016 Doctor Who Christmas Special – The return of Doctor Mysterio.
Peter Capaldi was interviewed by Sophie Raworth (who appeared as a newsreader in “The Power of Three”) on the BBC’s hard news programme The Andrew Marr Show.
Let’s watch Warwick Davis talking about Karl Pilkington, An idiot abroad, Star Wars, The Force Awakens, Han Solo’s death, Virtual reality, Doctor Who, New musical Eugenius, Willow sequel hopes and more at the MCM Comic Con in London.
Ever wondered what Peter Capaldi’s first day on set was like on his first day as the Doctor? He was asked about that and that’s the answer.
For the past few months several short interviews have been released covering the story of the Tenth Doctor adventures. Watch this extended interview with David Tennant and Catherine Tate for Big Finish Productions about them returning to the roles of the Doctor and Donna.
Interviewed by Nick Briggs, filmed and edited by Tom Saunders.
Writer Cavan Scott answers questions about the new Ninth Doctor ongoing series from Titan Comics. Enjoy and listen carefully! He also offers a sneak preview of the comics.
This article is about the Silurians (or homo reptilia, as they are also known): their history, TARDIS Index Files, revies, interviews, and so on.
Here’s all you need to know about the history of the Silurians (and Madame Vastra) over the last 46 years of appearances in Doctor Who. You can get this exclusive Silurian illustration by Titan Comics artist Rachael Stott, available for FREE as a desktop and mobile wallpaper here.
Who Are The Silurians? The TARDIS index file tells you several data about the monsters of last month.
The guys from the fan show try a Silurian review: they discuss the first story, Doctor Who and The Silurians. With Christel Dee, Luke Spillane, Simon Guerrier and Jenny Lippmann.
Neve McIntosh & Lindalee Rose talk about Doctor Who: Lindalee invades the tea-time of Silurian detective Madame Vastra at the Gallifrey One 2016 Doctor Who convention in Los Angeles. What do you think is the future of the investigative team of Vastra, Strax and Jenny (aka the Paternoster Gang), will the much talked about spin-off show become a reality, and what sort of Sonic would Madame Vastra have?
Peter Capaldi draws his favorites moments from Doctor Who, he decided to interpret the brief and drew his Doctors, and he talks about Season 9 and 10 for Doctor Who: The Fan Show.
After the ninth series of Doctor Who was finished Peter Capaldi paid a visit to HMV store on London’s Oxford Street to meet fans and the people there grabbed him for a chat.
Peter Capaldi joins the British TV presenter Lorraine Kelly to talk about the DVD release of series 9 of Doctor Who, about secrecy, omnishambles, series 10 and the imagination of Steven Moffat, and in particular, an occupational injury common to people who play the Doctor.
Lindalee Rose was at the last Doctor Who convention, from 2016, Gallifrey One in Los Angeles, and had a blast interviewing fans and stars of the hit BBC show.
One of those stars was Michelle Gomez (aka Missy / the Master) who talked about her convention experience, her role as the Master on the show, her thoughts on Steven Moffat leaving and more!
Lindalee Rose also had the pleasure of talking to the one and only Ingrid Oliver (‘Osgood’ from UNIT) and she had inquired about Osgood’s taste in time-lord apparel, what sort of Sonic-Screwdriver she’d have and many more fun questions.
Lindalee Rose was also granted an exclusive interview with veteran ‘Alien’ actor John Hurt (aka The War Doctor). What would John Hurt’s Sonic Screwdriver do and sound like and what’s his personal favorite Doctor? We find out that and more, plus watch him delight in being gifted with a baby Face Hugger from Lindalee.
In this funny and cute interview Catherine Tate talks about her new comedy, Do not disturb, about musicals and her return to the stage in Miss Atomic Bomb. She also discusses whether or not she would return to Doctor Who.
In this interview Jenna Coleman talks about why she’s leaving Doctor Who after 3 seasons, what she’ll miss about the show, and whether she’ll ever be back.
Cosplay & reunions: in the very first day of Doctor Who Festival there were some interviews to Peter Capaldi, Michelle Gomez, Ingrid Olivier, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffatt.
In the same first day Peter Capaldi was interviewed by Good Morning Britain at London’s Excel.
People were visiting the Millenium FX stand at the Doctor Who Festival with YouTuber Bullysteria to turn him into a Zygon and find out a bit more about how he became a Doctor Who fan!
Peter Capaldi gives Jenna Coleman leaving gift and speech at doctor who festival.
Anyway, if you have the time you can watch Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Michelle Gomez, Ingrid Oliver and Steven Moffat talking at the Doctor Who Festival, just a few days ago, the full 42 minutes. The footage is shaky, but that’s it…
Jenna Coleman in a musical!? Ok, that’s interesting!
The guys from BBC America asked the cast of Doctor Who the fans’ questions and here’s what Jenna Coleman had to say.
David Tennant & Catherine Tate return to Doctor Who on 3 audio dramas with Big Finish Productions. The stories are compiled as Doctor Who – The Tenth Doctor Adventures and are Technophobia (set in a near-future London in which mankind loses the ability to use technological devices), Time Reaver (set on a mechanical planet with a thriving black market economy and a dark secret) and Death and the Queen (Donna falls for the man of her dreams on a planet called Goritania, but the Doctor isn’t entirely convinced by this fairytale romance).
During the final days of recording they had a quick chat with the team, interviewed by executive producer Nick Briggs (know for the Dalek voice), filmed and edited by Tom Saunders. Why does Catherine Tate make such a good Doctor Who companion? And why is David Tennant such a good Doctor?