Writer Mark Gatiss takes Doctor Who fans back to 1881 and Mars and a new twist for the Ice Warriors in the ninth episode of series 10.
Pearl Mackie offers you a guide to the frost fair in series 10, episode 3. You should take the trip around the amazing set.
Now you shoud go further behind the scenes and discover what went into creating the Doctor and Bill’s elaborate period costumes from ‘Thin Ice’.
The questions were sent via Crispy Pro and the responses were uploaded on their YouTube channel.
While filming series 10 Matt Lucas and Pearl Mackie get hands on with the TARDIS! And no grow-ups are there to watch them! Watch out, you may get lost in time and space with them on controls…
Pearl and Michelle give the fans a little insight into their relationship while filming series 10 of new Doctor Who.
While filming episode 7 of series 10 the Doctor Who team spent some time in Tenerife, and Pearl talks about it.
Peter Capaldi & Pearl Mackie introduce the next episode of Doctor Who: Series 10, the climax of the trilogy of the Monks!
The Doctor is fighting on the wrong side tonight, and Bill has to convince him about it. Until then she in trouble with Nardole in this tense moment.
Jamie Hill (The Monk in the three parts story of the series 10) reveals the unusual way he became part of the Doctor Who production. And he has been a part of it for a few years now!…
While filming for Smile, the second episode of series 10. Peter was amazed by the travelling fans in Valencia.
Blink was a cool episode, without being creepy or scare, right? You weren’t frightened watching it. Right?! Becausse this is a fan-made horror trailer of that episode…
Planet Earth is threatened (the aliens are ready to rule the world when asked) but one man, lost in the dark, vows to defend it. The Doctor is confronting the monks.
The Doctor prepares to go it alone, but his plan sounds dangerous.
Steven Moffat introduces the next episode: the enemy of Earth knows everything about its people.
Get a closer look at the “killer combo of zombie / robot” suits that took over the Chasm Forge space station in last week episode, the 5th of season 10, ‘Oxygen’.
Ok, who doesn’t want to be a spaceman? I hope you just answered “not me! I want to be a spaceman!” If you are not decided yet join guest star Kieran Bew as he walks you through the process of filming the spacewalk scenes.
Get a closer look at ‘Knock Knock’, the fourth episode of series 10, find out more about what makes houses so scary, and what nicknames the cast used on set while filming this episode. With Steven Moffat and Pearl Mackie.
David Suchet about being the landlord and working with Peter Capaldi again.
Let’s go behind the scenes in the first episode of the series 10 of New Who. Discover just what it takes to be a Doctor Who monster!
Let up watch Peter Capaldi, new companion Pearl Mackie, showrunner Steven Moffat and producer Brian Minchin discussing series 10 in London as part of the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival, Sunday 9 April 2017.
The first episode of the new series will be on your screens in just a few hours.
To celebrate Red Nose Day last month the BBC presented the full 1999 Doctor Who Comic Relief special The Curse of Fatal Death. Starring Rowan Atkinson, Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant and Joanna Lumley as the Doctor, written by Steven Moffat.
If “Hamilton: An American Musical” was about Doctor Who instead, it would probably be A Gallifreyan musical and it would open with this musical number titled “The Doctor”. And it sounds great! This music video mashes a fan written song to the tune of “Alexander Hamilton” with clips from the entire history of Doctor Who on screen so far. Sit back, pretend you’re on Broadway, and learn about our favorite Time Lord.
The parody premiered live in 2017 during the Idiot’s Lantern sketch comedy show at the Los Angeles Doctor Who convention, Gallifrey One.
Parody & video conceived and written by: Alexander Daniels
Recorded, mixed, and edited (audio & video) by: Scott Sebring
Vocalists: Melissa Bierend, Alexander Daniels, Adam Joseph Ferry, Cooper Karn, Kevin Kittridge, Amanda Jane Salmon
Original “Alexander Hamilton” written by Lin-Manuel Miranda
How does a madman, ignored, son of a human and a
Time Lord, dropped in the middle of a forgotten
Spot within the far-flung constellation of Casterborous, dejected,
Grow up to be a hero and respected?
The Oncoming Storm, the Bringer of Darkness
He started his journey
By stealin’ a type 40,
By fighting the Daleks’ war, he
was writing their whole story
Before tea, when Cybermen tarnished his shot at glory.
And then one day when Zoe and Jamie were swept way
Away, joined in the fray, they struggled to keep their guard up
The foes that they fought were no match for our cosmic hobo,
The brother was ready to beg, steal, barter, or borrow.
Then the Time Lords came, and devastation reigned
Our man saw his future drip, drippin’ down the drain
“Too much interference”
“you cannot refrain,
So on Earth you must remain,”
No TARDIS to ease his pain
Well then UNIT came around, they said, “This kid is insane, mack!”
Made him an advisor ‘till the Time Lords gave his keys back
“We gave you education, don’t forget from whence you came
And nobody knows your name! What’s your name, man?”
My name is The Doctor.
I say that my name is The Doctor.
I’ve seen a million worlds, but there are more,
So just you wait, just you wait
Then they came back, the Cybermen, once again, crash a ship
Some years later, the Doctor absorbed poison from the Spectrox,
Half-dead, sittin’ in his own sick
The scent thick.
The Doctor got better, but Adric went quick.
Moved on by the Val’yard, a darkness that he had kept inside,
But when the evidence was falsified, with acquitted pride
The voice said, “(Doctor) The Rani’s hot on your trail”
He started retreatin’ and freein’ his regenerated self.
There would’ve been nothin’ left to do
For someone less astute
He would’ve been dead or destitute
When he was shot in San Francisco
Tasked with movin’, removin’ the remains of the Master
Pushed him in the Eye of Harmony and ran off faster.
(Chasin’) the Bad Wolf throughout all of time and space before
(Embracin’) vortex energy, see
him as he stands at the (oooh)
Console of his ship headed for a new land
On New Earth you can be a new man
On New Earth you can be a new man (Allons-y)
On New Earth you can be a new man (Allons-y)
On New Earth you can be a new man
On New Earth
Your name is The Doctor (His name is the Doctor)
And the Oncoming Storm are you (Oncoming Storm are you)
You could never back down
You never learned to take your time
Oh, your name is the Doctor (His name is the Doctor)
And the Silence will fall for you
Will ever outrun your shame?
Will the Time War destroy your name?
Our world will never be the same, oh
Pandorica is open now, see if you can spot him
(Just you wait)
He’s just a madman with a box and no one’s caught him.
(Just you wait)
After Lake Silencio the Universe forgot him
We fought with him
Me? I died for him
Me? I trusted him
ROSE TYLER/MARTHA JONES
Me? I loved him
And me? I’m the damn fool that shot him
There’s a million worlds that you have seen
But just you wait
What’s your name, man?
His name is the Doctor!
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.
Your personal trainer show you everything you need to know! Learn how to pilot your very own TARDIS, just in time for the new season premiere.
Get ready tonight, make time to watch the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole Saturday, April 15th at 9/8c on BBC America followed by the premiere of the new spin-off, Class.
Have you ever wondered what Doctor Who would have looked and sounded like if it started in the 1980s? Maybe something like this…
Somewhere there’s a parallel universe where we never evolved beyond VHS or the Roland D-50, and the revived Doctor Who wound up looking very different.
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.
Something the sound pretty good!
John Hurt’s last great adventure as the War Doctor: Casualties of War features his last performance for Big Finish Productions.
There’s an alternative tribute trailer, a fan-made video with music from David Bowie: Starman.
Or Coldplay: Charlie Brown.
Doctor Who return to TV a month from now, and it seems the entire 10th series is a time for heroes. The problem is someone always dies for the heroes to appear. Who’s next?
The official trailer:
Ok… Commercial ads from another time and space. Another century, another world!
What if the Doctor Who titles were done just like Knight Rider? Let’s watch and find out!
And the hard working girl / Time Lord is paiting a little TARDIS…
Peter Capaldi is leaving soon the Doctor Who show, and there already is plenty of speculation about who should take on the TARDIS after the current Doctor hangs up his sonic shades. WhatCulture speaks about 10 actors who could be replacing Peter next series (11th).