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.

Recreating the Great War and turning David Tennant into an old man – The Family of Blood

Doctor Who Confidential series 3 presents how the Doctor Who Production crew are recreating a 1914 battlefield in the middle of a freezing December night. All for  the episode The Family of Blood. See how they managed to cope with the amazing amount of mud in this behind the scenes footage.

In the same episode, as you remember, the Doctor turns human. You can watch the Tenth Doctor becoming an old man… David Tennant gets a brief glimpse at life as an old man as he gets the Doctor Who prosthetics treatment. Take a look at the extraordinary results in this clip from Doctor Who Confidential.

About An Adventure in Space and Time

I’ve watch An adventure in space and time tonight and, from my point of view, it can be described in one single word: memorable. I did not had the chance to watch the old series, before the break that ended in 2005, and William Hartnell’s years as the Doctor were a lot before my time (I am only 35 years old). I enjoyed a lot watching the movie about how Doctor Who came into existence, I was a little sad about how it ended.. but that’s life.

The best thing… their work, the work of all the people involved in that first years, endured. Today we are all celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who… and looking forward for the first century.

Let’s take a look behind the scenes of the making of An Adventure in Space and Time, a special one-off drama that travels back to 1963 to see how Doctor Who was first brought to the screen. Actor William Hartnell felt trapped by a succession of hard-man roles. Wannabe producer Verity Lambert was frustrated by the TV industry’s glass ceiling. Both of them were to find unlikely hope and unexpected challenges in the form of a Saturday tea-time drama. Allied with a team of unusual but brilliant people, they went on to create the longest running science fiction series ever made.

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BBC News report behind the scenes of The Day Of The Doctor

A special report from Lizo Mzimba on the set of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode, The Day Of The Doctor.

“Whatever you’ve got planned, forget it. I’m the Doctor. I’m 904 years-old. I’m from the planet Gallifrey in the constellation of Kasterborous. I’m The Oncoming Storm, the Bringer Of Darkness, and… you are basically just a rabbit, aren’t you?”

Have you ever wanted to see David Tennant threaten a rabbit? Well, today’s your lucky day as the BBC releases a behind-the-scenes set report, featuring new clips from the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, The Day Of The Doctor.

The video, which aired on BBC Breakfast this morning, teased such scenes as David Tennant’s tenth Doctor mistaking an innocent rabbit for some sort of clever alien disguise and David Tennant, Matt Smith and John Hurt’s mysterious Doctor being surrounded by what look like Elizabethan soldiers.

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Behind the scenes: Rubbertoe replicas

A short journey from Doctor Who’s studios in Cardiff, is the town of Barry — home not only to Stacey from Gavin & Stacey, but also Rubbertoe Replicas, producers of collectible replica props from Doctor Who.

The Doctor Who team went to visit their workshop, and chatted to designer and craftsman Nick Robatto, who showed them a few tricks of the trade.

You can check out Nick Robatto’s creations at

Chameleon Circuit – Teenage Rebel (YouTube’s Geek Week)

Chameleon Circuit and Doctor Who present a very special music video to Teenage Rebel for YouTube’s Geek Week. The video directed by Ciaran OBrien and Dipak.

In the second video we follow Alex day on the TARDIS set (Teenage Rebel behind the scenes) as the people from BBC Cymru Wales have granted unprecedented access for filming the video for the song.

The TARDIS – the Doctor’s constant companion. And for one scorching hot July afternoon, backdrop to the filming of a special music video for Chameleon Circuit’s song Teenage Rebel. People went along to witness this rare event, tour the TARDIS with Alex Day (aka nerimon) and discover a novel use for kitchen foil… See behind the scenes of the shoot and learn how to make your own sonic screwdriver…

A big thank-you to everyone at BBC Cymru Wales who helped make this possible


Behind the Scenes of The Name of the Doctor – Doctor Who Series 7

Behind the scenes with Matt Smith (the Eleventh Doctor), Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara Oswald), Steven Moffat and Dan Starkey (Strax).

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Matt Smith and David Tennant Behind the Scenes of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special

The two Doctors, David Tennant (the tenth Doctor) and Matt Smith (the eleventh Doctor), discuss life as a Time Lord… in this video posted by BBC.

“I think it’s quite interesting actually how our Doctor’s seem to get on quite well,” says Matt Smith.

“They bicker a bit but I think they quite enjoy each others very presence,” agrees David Tennant.

“You gave me good advice,” says Matt Smith. “Advice that I’d pass on. Not advice that I could repeat… But what you did say was that I’d have the most fun ever and, you know what, you were right.”

“The show has a particular place in people’s affections so when you’re the face of it, it’s an usual set of pressures. 89% of which are wonderful, lovely and positive things,” adds David Tennant.

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Series 7 – Behind the Scenes of ‘Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS’, BBC One

Behind the scenes  of Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman, narrated by Richard Bacon.

You know that the TARDIS is enormous, right? 😀 With library, swimming pool, and a lot of other things… Some Doctor’s companion got lost inside while exploring… The exterior suffered very little changes, the console has changed radically during the last decades…

If you haven’t watched the last episode, Matt Smith introduces in the second video the amazing adventure that is Journey to the Centre of TARDIS.

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‘The Snowmen’, Doctor Who Christmas Special 2012, Behind the Scenes

Well… I hope you are satisfied about this year’s Christmas Special episode. I had some surprises, some fun, some mystery… and the Doctor. Let’s all take a peak to Jenna-Louise Coleman and Matt Smith film their first Christmas Special together…

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Matt Smith interviews Jenna-Louise Coleman

Let’s take a peek behind the scenes of this year Christmas Special, The Snowmen, with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman.

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Weeping Angels in Central Park, New York City!

This video was released as a sneak preview before the final episode of the Ponds, The Angels take Manhattan. As I’ve just said, not many hours ago, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill made an impact on New York, with all the crowded people around them… They were joined by hundreds of overjoyed Whovians as they were fighting the Weeping Angels in NYC.

“The Weeping Angels are back, and it is terrifying, and dark, and it’s how you want a New York episode of DOCTOR WHO to be.” – ARTHUR DARVILL (Rory Williams)

“It’s really exciting because the Weeping Angels are my favorite monster, and it’s one of my favorite cities, so to have them here… is thrilling, really!” – MATT SMITH (The Doctor)

“There’s something about the Weeping Angels and New York, I don’t know what, that just made me think, ‘that’s a good fit, I believe the Weeping Angels would infest New York in a terrible and vengeful way.'” – STEVEN MOFFAT, Lead Writer & Executive Producer

Doctor Who ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ – Behind the Scenes: a fall with grace

As you may have noticed in the last few months, a lot of video were taken when the Doctor Who was filming in New York City. If you watched the Youtube videos you found some familiar spots from the Big Apple when watching ‘The Angels take Manhattan” even if you have never been in Manhattan. Even than it was very clear that Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill made an impact on New York, with all the crowded people around them… this video is their and BBC’s point of view.

Steven Moffat and Alex Kingston follows the (rest of the) Doctor Who cast in the interview. As well the Gordon Seed, the stunt coordinator.

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The Power of Three, behind the scenes

Chris Chibnall (the writer) discusses his Doctor Who vision featuring Mark Williams (known as Brian Williams, Rory’s father).

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Doctor Who: Asylum of the Daleks – Behind the Scenes

A short peak behind the scene for the first episode of Doctor Who’s season 7: from building the Daleks to blowing them up! With Matt Smith & Karen Gillan.

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