Yael Tygiel interviews Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Michelle Gomez, Steven Moffat for Doctor Who Series 9 for Flick and the City. Don’t forget we have less than a month until September 19 and the new series of Doctor Who!
For the Fan Show Christel Dee talks villainy, previous incarnations and which Doctor Missy would like to snog most with Michelle Gomez, and resident Who Historian Luke Spillane gives us a “Master class” on universal domination.
Interview from The Doctor’s Finest on BBC America, where Hannah Hart and Jimmy Wong discuss all things Doctor Who and ‘Blink’!
In The Doctor’s Finest – My Drunk Kitchen host, devoted Who fan and all-around awesome human being, Hannah Hart will be introducing a curated list of eight episodes from the modern era that exemplify why the Doctor is the hero we all wish we could be, or at least the one we wish were in our corner. She’ll be joined by very special guests from all over the realm of entertainment to discuss the episodes, plus interviews with cast and crew about the legacy of them and how each fits into the canon of the Who-niverse.
During the San Diego Comic Con (the first Comic Con for Peter Capaldi!) the “Doctor Who” actor was cautioned not to walk the street unguarded, but Peter was like, forget that! He’s the Doctor! What could have happen bad? 😀
The screenwriter and executive producer Steven Moffat discusses his work with Alan Yentob. As you already know, Steven Moffat is the co-creator with Mark Gatiss of Sherlock and the lead writer on Doctor Who. He’s been Executive Producer in the David Tennant and Matt Smith eras and wrote the fiftieth birthday episode The Day of the Doctor.
Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi discuss their latest series of Doctor Who in Berlin.
Karen Gillan was interview at Denver Comic Con: she could not have been nicer or more attentive to Presley during the few minutes they had to talk to her. Her schedule was absolutely crazy, but she took the time to sit down for a few minutes and answer a few questions about Doctor Who, Guardians of the galaxy, learning to drive and playing table top with Will Wheaton.
It was crazy loud in there, so the people from ActOutGames cleaned up the audio as best they could quickly, but it’s not perfect.
Here’s what happened when two Doctor Who fans got together at Comic-Con and chatted about their favourite show. Presented by Christel Dee.
In the interview for the fan show Peter Capaldi talks about the monsters he would bring back and has a fair few ideas (one of them are the Mondasian Cybermen, some of them becoming Time Lords, Axons, Daemons, Zarbi and Menoptera) but when he is asked which episode he would stick in the DVD player on a rainy day, it seems as if his answer might never end, ranging around new and classic Who, taking in his assessment of several of his fellow Doctors and, in the end, covering pretty much the entire Doctor Who back catalogue.
We should either have some of them becoming Time Lords and somehow channelling it so that they have access to time and space. Or I think it would be good if we had “Genesis of the Cybermen”. If we found the Doctor on Mondas itself in an adventure where he discovered the Cybermen actually being created.
Steven Moffat, Peter Capaldi, Michelle Gomez and Jenna Coleman talk at Comic Con 2015 about the chances of a Doctor Who film.
The conclusion: it all depends of BBC. In some conditions, such the same Doctor and the movie as an adventure integrated in the existing series, it will be OK. Otherwise… not.
About joining the ‘Who family’ – they discuss what it takes to make the ultimate companion.
John Barrowman reveals the best thing about playing Captain Jack abd discusses the joy of playing Jack with the Fifth Doctor.
Writer and broadcaster Jaci Stephen interviews Doctor Who showrunner, executive producer and chief writer, Steven Moffat, in New York, to celebrate 10 years of the new Doctor Who.
Something interesting to watch, some information to find out about the man behind Doctor Who and Sherlock.
Terry Molloy talks for Red Carpet News TV about playing the sinister leader of the Daleks Davros in the long running and beloved science fiction series.
Doctor Who show runner Steven Moffat tells Digital Spy that Peter Capaldi has made The Doctor his own and is in “amazing form” in the upcoming series 9 of Doctor Who.
“He’s just on amazing form at the moment. I think there’s always a feeling when a new Doctor comes in, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing, you think ‘that’s Peter Capaldi as the Doctor’ or ‘that’s the Twelfth Doctor.’ Now he’s just the Doctor.”
And the interview continues with interesting stuff about the relation between the Doctor and the Master in the old series: they were best friends, but the Doctor’s best friend were a murdering psychopat. Right, isnt’t it?
The live musical event Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular, which premiered in Australia, will be touring the U.K. this month (from 23th to 28th of May, thirteen performances in London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow) and it will arrive in New York on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. The show will be a chance for Whovians to experience the music of Doctor Who live, as performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Chorus of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster. There will be appearances from all twelve Doctors, some of his deadliest foes and the master of ceremonies in United Kingdom will be Peter Davison. In New York the event will be hosted by Michelle Gomez, known as Missy.
But, until then let’s listen the interview with actor Peter Davison & Doctor Who orchestrator Ben Foster on BBC Radio 2, conducted by Graham Norton (April 11, 2015).
The actor and director Ryan Gosling talks to Digital Spy about his directorial debut Lost River and why he cast Matt Smith. Well… that’s how a role gets you success and another roles… 🙂
An audio clip from an interview with Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones) who chats with Dermot O’Leary about her upcoming role on Doctor Who Series 9. The interview was broadcast on BBC Radio 2, April 11, 2015.
Peter Capaldi is interviewed by Cassam Looch from HeyUGuys at the 2015 Empire Jameson Film Awards. Doctor Who the movie, a good idea or not? Depends of who you are asking… Peter Capaldi may say yes, Steven Moffat is not so enthusiast.
Ro Sahebi talked to Ellis George (Courtney Woods in Kill the Moon) from Doctor Who. In the next video Courtney talks about working with Peter Capaldi and the dynamic of their relationship on and off screen.
During a studio recording session the guys from Big Finish Production managed to sit down and chat with the amazing Tom Baker. The actor told them about his amazing battles with aliens, Daleks, Cybermen and Zygons all from the comfort of the Big Finish studio stool! Tom also shared fond memories from his time as The Doctor as well as the people who worked along side him which he knew and loved.
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Get an inside look at the relationship between The Doctor and Santa Claus in the Doctor Who Christmas special episode 2014: Last Christmas, with exclusive interviews with the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, for BBC America.
“The Doctor is really annoyed. He doesn’t like the way that Santa begins to cross the line.”
“We’ve all got a common affection for the show, which I hope shows through.” – Rob Mayor
You know about the 3D documentary Inside the mind of Leonardo da Vinci, right? Peter Capaldi is the host and he did it shortly before starting his role as the Doctor. He gave an interview for Mr. Media® (Bob Andelman) answering to yes to the quetion that the mind of the Leonardo da Vinci is bigger on the inside. Enjoy. 🙂
Doctor Who stars Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Michelle Gomez tell us what their dream Christmas would be like. What do you want for Christmas? Except watching Doctor Who and being with the family and friends, because that’s considered for sure. 😀
The comedian and actor talks to Digital Spy about his part as Perkins in Doctor Who and being on set with Peter Capaldi: “Anyone who’s in Doctor Who always gets asked if they would come back, and I can’t imagine many people, with the possible exception of Christopher Eccleston, who wouldn’t. Of course, if they said to me, ‘Would you like to be in Doctor Who for the rest of your life’, I’d probably sign on for that.”
He revealed his most cherished discussion about his recent role in Doctor Who: “Steven Moffat sent me an email that said, ‘You are now a personal friend of Doctor Who and nothing can change that’. Even saying that sends a tingle down my neck and spinal cord.”
About one year ago Simon Pegg and Nick Frost were asked a lot about The World’s End at Comic-Con by Dan Casey. So, the guy from Nerdist News asked the people’s question gathered from Twitter… including the one about being a Doctor Who fan. One year later, this Christmas, Nick Frost becomes Santa Clause.
“I spent two months with him up in Rovaniemi [in Finland] last October,” he told Doctor Who Extra. “It’s a busy time because they’re really cranking it up. He doesn’t wake up until mid-October. I was just there with the elves and Mary Claus for two weeks.”
Michelle Gomez talks about playing a female Master in Doctor Who, and talks about whether she thinks the next Doctor after Peter Capaldi should also be a woman…
In another part of the same interview Michelle Gomez talks about what it’s been like to play Missy / The Master in the most recent Doctor Who series, starring Peter Capaldi… Would you like to see Michelle return as The Master in the next series? She will probably return in the series, sometimes in the future, anyway.
Don’t forget that the DVD of Doctor Who Season 8 is out on the 24th of November!
Let’s Get an Inside Look at season 8 finale, episode 12, Death in Heaven, with exclusive interview with The Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi: with Cybermen on the streets of London and the Missy / Mistress / Master leading them, old friends unite against old enemies, and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role.
Can the mighty UNIT contain Missy? As the Doctor faces his greatest challenge, sacrifices must be made before the day is won.
According to David Tennant: ”It’s a bit like being the President. You’re always the Doctor.” There are 12 Doctors, but there were a movie with the war Doctor, so they are… ”aproximately 12”. And, to be more confusing, David Tennant’s father-in-law is the fifth Doctor, so when they are together people calling for the Doctor people are a little confused.
Let’s get an Inside Look at Doctor Who’s series 8, episode 9, “Flatline” with exclusive interviews with stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman.
“This is a creature that exists in an almost an abstract plane. Which is fascinating and very exciting.”