Doctor Who series 9 in 81 seconds

How do you sum up 12 epic episodes of Doctor Who? Steven Moffat and the cast show us how! These are excerpts from Doctor Who extra, teasers, previews of episodes from series 9. You can watch these video on this site, posted during the last few months.

Ashildr from the Future, the ultimate imortal #Masiecam

Maisie Williams returns, much to the delight of Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi!

Introduced in series 9, Ashildr was just a viking girl in the village the Doctor and Clara saved. Then she became something elese, a hibrid, an immortal. Then, in the final episode of series 9, she gets into a TARDIS, along Clara Oswald. You can watch Maisie Williams, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman having fun on the classic TARDIS.

The very first TARDIS from Maisie Williams’ point-of-view!

The Truth Behind the TARDIS: larking about, literally behind-the-scenes, with Maisie Williams and Peter Capaldi.

Clara Oswald, the ride of a lifetime with the Doctor

Clara’s adventures with the Doctor has ended for now, she took of with her own TARDIS through the space and time, along Ashildr. We may see her back, sometime in the future, but for now it’s time for a farewell goodbye. Jenna Coleman looks back at “the best part of my life” at the of series 9.

Jenna Coleman’s hardest scene: shen explains which Doctor Who moment was her toughest, inside a Dalek.

Doctor Who series 9 episode 11 – Heaven sent extra

Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat discuss the return of director Rachel Talalay for the final two episode of series nine.

Visualising Heaven Sent: storyboarding is an invaluable filmmaking tool. What did you make of the visuals for this episode? Director Rachel Talalay and storyboard artist Mike Collins discuss bringing to life Steven Moffat’s script.

Rachel Talalay’s castle sketch: she speaks about her artistic plotting of the castle layout.

The grave sketch: then she speaks about her artistic plotting of the grave attack.

Behind The Veil, cast and crew unveil the creature from the Doctor’s nightmares now pursues him.

K-9 robot dog in real life

Doctor Who fans are among the most dedicated and creative people in the universe. One of them, Richard Hopkins, spent some time to create a working model of K-9, the Fourth Doctor’s robot dog. He started some time ago preparing for this, since he was eight years old, and the result is spectacular. You can read more about the subject on his blog.

Until the watch him showing how a Raspberry Pi and Servo Controller are connected to a formerly radio controlled K9 to enable remote control over Wifi.

He has done some significant progress over the last few months; operating K-9 remotely is now possible thanks to a new macro Pi camera and a (rather halting) conversation is also possible thanks to Google Translate and Pandorabots API. So you don’t need to be in the same room with the robot in order to operate it.

Doctor Who Festival, November 2015

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…

Doctor Who: series 9, episode 9 – Sleep no more extra

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman explain how filming in a freezer is a chilling challenge!

Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat and the cast discuss creepy new monsters, The Sandmen.

Every obnoxious computer needs a voice, producer Nikki Wilson couldn’t resist and impersonated one in this horror classic episode!

Doctor Who’s SFX Supervisor, Danny Hargreaves, tells you how he achieved the impressive flame effects in ‘Sleep No More’.

Series 9, episode 9: Sleep no more preview & introduction

Last message from Le Verrier Station: Gagan Rassmussen reports on the events which led to the demise of this facility.

`Hold my hand` preview: The Doctor and Clara flee from unknown creatures in this found footage.

Professor Rassmussen has created a machine that has changed the very fabric of human existence, compressing one month sleep to 5 minutes. He is very proud of what he has done, but at what cost? Jenna Coleman, Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi introduce the tonight series 9 episode, with Steven and Pter warning of the terrors awaiting in ‘Sleep No More’.

Cosplay, Companions & Costumes – Doctor Who Festival

Do you know how to cosplay for the Doctor Who Festival next week? Want to get started with cosplay? With less then a week away to the festival Christel Dee was given a cosplay challenge, £30 and one day to make a cosplay costume. Find out more:

Peter Capaldi was asked a few production questions about the show, cosplay, companions and costumes: from being a companion to his new velvet jacket! Peter will be appearing at the Doctor Who Festival.

Doctor Who series 9, episode 8 – The Zygon Inversion preview & introduction

That’s the trailer, don’t forget to watch the eighth episode of the new series, The Zygon Inversion, tomorrow evening!

Trapped in her own mind and under attack, can Clara turn the tables on her Zygon double? Let’s watch the Clara versus Clara standoff.

Kate has it all in hand, but the Doctor and Osgood find out she may not be who she seems. Where is Clara?

Steven Moffat and Ingrid Oliver talk about Zygons as they introduce ‘The Zygon Inversion’.

Scary moments in Doctor Who

You don’t have to be celebrating the Halloween in order to enjoy this selection of truly hair-raising moments from the last 52 years of Doctor Who. If you want to get even more spooked, check out the Doctor Who Monster Collections in iTunes:

Featuring scary moments from: Listen (2014), Midnight (2008), Blink (2007), The Satan Pit (2006), The Doctor Dances (2005), Spearhead from Space (1970) and The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967).

DIY Dalek Pumpkin

I know this year’s Halloween has already passed, but you may need to know how to do your Dalek pumpkin for the next years. Hoping you will still be Doctor Who fan until then.

Leandro make-up tutorial with Marc Zapanta

The guys from BBC asked YouTuber Marc Zapanta to re-create Leandro from episode The woman who lived using his very own prosthetics and make up – in the following video you can check out the fantastic job he did! He will be great inspiration for the Doctor Who Festival Cosplay Showcase competition, happening each day at the Doctor Who Festival next month.

The Tenth Doctor & Donna return to Who univers in Big Finish productions

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?

Doctor Who: series 9, episode 6 – The woman who lived extra

Me against the world – Maisie Williams and Peter Capaldi talk about the relationship between the Doctor and Me.

Life as Me – Steven Moffat on Ashildr’s march through history.

Stand and deliver or stand up – Peter Capaldi and Rufus Hound talk about the character of Sam Swift.

#RufusCam: Caught on camera – Rufus Hound with the inside scoop on this ‘acting lark’.

#RufusCam: Peter’s birthday surprise – Rufus Hound films Peter Capaldi being surprised for his birthday!

#RufusCam: Quickfire quiz for Maisie – Rufus Hound and Maisie Williams play a quiz between takes. Lots and lots of fun!

#RufusCam: Maisie’s work experience – Rufus Hound and Maisie Williams set their positions with the Camera Operator. That’s work for television.

#RufusCam: ThunderTap – Rufus Hound gets the crowd moving while waiting for some explosions to happen.

#RufusCam: Village people – Rufus Hound meets the villagers in the crowd, the same people that wanted to hang his character!

Interview with writer Cath Tregenna – she talks about writing for an immortal woman in The Woman Who Lived.

The girls who died extra & #MaisieCam

Beards, dragons and spacesuits: the viking world collides with the future in this episode.

Meet the Mire – #MaisieCam: Maisie Williams meets two of the men behind the Mire.

Making The Mire: check out the meticulous work that Millennium FX put into creating the Mire. You can go meet them and see the finished monster in all its glory at the Doctor Who Festival, 13th – 15th November 2015! Get your tickets:

Peter Capaldi shares his appreciation for the men and women behind the monsters – the Mire.

The Doctor’s Yo-Yo – #MaisieCam: can Peter Capaldi really use a YoYo? Let’s watch Maisie Williams finding out!

Peter Capaldi tells us of his delight in working with Maisie.

Maisie finds out about parenting skills on the set. #MaisieCam

Let’s meet Chuckles #MaisieCam: Maisie Williams introduces you to actor Ian Conningham.

Maisie Williams shows us rehearsals from the actor’s perspective whe the Mire came and took all the warriors. #MaisieCam

Will Ashildr be back? We’ll find out, eventually, hoping to be very soon..

Maisie Williams tells us about the reactions to her joining Doctor Who and crossing fandoms with Game of thrones.