Warwick Davis opens up into an interview about working on Doctor Who adventure Nightmare in Silver and the future of Porridge.
Warwick Davis opens up into an interview about working on Doctor Who adventure Nightmare in Silver and the future of Porridge.
A radio interview with a picture of David Tennant in order to be on Youtube. Enjoy.
The Comedy Interview Series “The Last Leg” airs on Channel 4. Enjoy.
Â It’s Question Time with Matt and Jenna!
In this Exclusive BBC America video, we can all watch as the Doctor’s newÂ companion Jenna-Louise Coleman poses some wacky, weird and witty questions to the Doctor (Matt Smith) – as they prepare for the return of Doctor Who in The Bells of Saint John.
Discover what TV character MATT would most want to change roles with – and what car the TARDIS would be… if it were a car. (Hint: It would still be blue.)
PLUS: get an answer to a question plaguing Whovians for years: What did MATT have for breakfast today?
It’s Question Time with Jenna and Matt!Â In this Exclusive BBC America video, it’s Doctor’s companion Jenna-Louise Coleman’s turn in the hot seat, as the Doctor, MATT SMITH, takes over Interviewer duties.Â
Discover what’s the first place Jenna-Louise would go, if she were invisible, her favorite smell in the world and what American she’d most like to meet.
Jenna-Louise Coleman is the new Doctor’s companion, her character already appeared in 2 episodes (Asylum of the Daleks andÂ The Snowmen) just to be lost by the Doctor twice. Recently sheÂ has been talking to Radio Times about the sparky relationship that Clara Oswin Oswald has withÂ Matt Smithâ€™s Doctor:
Â â€œTheyâ€™re very flirty with each other,â€ she admits. â€œBut at times itâ€™s almost quite brotherly-sisterly. Itâ€™s kind of anything and everything. Heâ€™s like a parent, a child, a brother and a flirty kind of boyfriend type. Steven Moffat said that Clara finds the Doctor amazing and ridiculous in equal measure. I think thatâ€™s a good way to describe it.â€
Talking on the set of The Bells of Saint John (the next episode), Jenna-Louise Coleman also reveals how the Doctor is going to react to having a new companion in his life following the departure of Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, but you can find the rest of all these here.
Reading the interview I am only wondering who their relationship (Doctor and Clara’s) will follow… it can only be something wonderful.
Doctor WhoÂ will return to the screens this Saturday, with the Easter Special episode, so the actors and the trailers are in everyone attention. SFX, for example, buzzed the Eleventh Doctor himself, Matt Smith and started talking about Ice Warriors, Neil Gaiman, the big five-o and what itâ€™s like to be a first class kind of chapâ€¦
This is a question Iâ€™ve never had a chance to ask anybody before: whatâ€™s it like being on a stamp?
Itâ€™s a great privilege that the nation will be licking the backs of our heads. Itâ€™s an amazing thing â€“ Iâ€™m really proud to be part of it. Itâ€™s cool. itâ€™s something that I can show my grandkids.
Would you feel a bit self-conscious, sticking it on a gas bill?
No, absolutely not. Take that, gas man! And give me some money off!
So the new series â€“ weâ€™ve seen the promo poster of you riding that great big bike. Are you good with bikes or was it a world of terror for you?
It was very exciting. I am innately very clumsy, and my mother has always forbidden me from getting a motorbike. Iâ€™ve driven mopeds before, abroad and stuff, without her knowing â€“ well, now she knows. But thatâ€™s like a big old Harley looking bike, and I wouldnâ€™t know where to beginâ€¦ It was amazing filming those scenes. It was on a rig, and we got to sort of travel round London. Car rigs are different because youâ€™re in a car, but being on a bike itâ€™s like youâ€™re on a sort of fairground ride. It was a really crisp, sunny day and we kept going around Waterloo Bridge and Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge and Westminster Bridge and it was just one of those days where you think â€˜This is a very privileged place to be for a day at work.â€™
The rest of the interview isÂ here… Enjoy reading it.
Meantime, or something like that,Â Matt Smith has also talked to the people at Radio Times and, accordingly to the interview posted today, he has once again increased the hype ahead of the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, calling it the biggest event in the history of the show.Â He also described Steven Moffat as one of the greatest science fiction writers around.
â€œIâ€™ve read the first draft,” said Smith. “I think the whole of this season leads brilliantly up to what will be the biggest event in the history of the show. I say that with no hesitation, really. [Steven MoffatÂ is] on top form and has delivered a thoroughly exciting, epic, vast science-fiction script. Itâ€™s really exciting.”
Shooting on the episode was originally slated to begin on Monday 18 March but has now been pushed back until April. Smith says he’s looking forward to filming a host of suprises and bigÂ Doctor WhoÂ moments scripted by showrunner Moffat.
The rest of the information is here.
Yes,Â Jenna-Louise Coleman will play the role of Clara Oswin Oswald, Doctor’s companion, in the season 8. Filming will begin in September 2013 because ofÂ Matt Smith’sÂ busy filming schedule (he recently landed a role in Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut How To Catch A Monster).
We all know Jenna-Louise as the new Doctor Who companion, she was first introduced in the beginning of the series 7, but she “came back” in the Christmas special episode. Last Friday Digital Spy published a part of her interview recalling the Doctor Who audition.
“I didn’t really know anything aboutÂ Doctor WhoÂ but [showrunner] Steven [Moffat] really liked that,” Coleman recalled.
The actress further explained: “[Being unfamiliar with the show] meant that when I went into the audition with Matt Smith I could be more spontaneous because I didn’t know him as the Doctor.
“And the plot seemed to evolve from audition to audition, with more scenes being written, and characters being introduced. There were times when I thought they had no idea what they wanted.”
You can find more information about the interview and the following trip toÂ San Diego Comic-Con this summer over here.
Steven Moffat talks about Ice Warriors, Doctor Who 50th anniversary and plenty more in this interview piece filmed for this year’s Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles where it was screened on Sunday 17 February.
Matt Smith talks to Jeremy Clarkson in the Top Gear studio, about work, cars and filming with Eva Green. Jeremy wants to know how you scare a child. Matt’s answer… ‘Never apply logic to Doctor Who’. Then we get to see Matt’s lap around the Top Gear track. I am not telling you the result… watch until the end and find out.
Also, you can find out what’s… scaring Matt.
Somethin interesting to watch… and it’s not such a long interview.
An interesting Steven Moffat interview… by his son.
Some time ago there was a rumor that Billie Piper will return this year for the 50th anniversary, but it was just a rumor. Nothing real, at least not yet.
Billie Piper says she â€œhas not been askedâ€ to take part in any Doctor Who 50thÂ anniversary episodes, pouring cold water on the idea that her character, former companion Rose Tyler, might return to the show.
Matt Smith set the rumour mill turning this summer when he said: â€œIf I wanted a companion from the past I would say Rose because I am good friends with Billie.â€Â But speaking on The Graham Norton Show, Piper, who first appeared as the Doctorâ€™s companion in 2005 when the series returned with Christopher Eccleston, laughed Smithâ€™s comments off as a joke.
â€œNo.Â Iâ€™ve not been asked.Â I think Matt Smith said something in passing or in jest like, â€˜That would be nice,â€™ and it became something, but no.â€ She said.
The source is Radio Times.
Matt Smith is in for a surprise when he interviews Jenna-Louise Coleman…
This month the next Doctor Who companion appeared on BBC Breakfast. The next episode, the Christmas special, is going to be broadcast only a few days from now… so enjoy the interview as long as you can before watching Clara kissing the Doctor.
You may have watched the Doctor Who prequels or sneak peek from Graham Norton Show… anyway, here it is a new peek from the tomorrow episode: The Snowman. It contains interviews with Matt Smith (the Eleventh Doctor) and his new companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara), and the Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat.
Discover what a Christmas Special is like for a character who “every day… wakes up like it’s Christmas.”Â And find out how the Doctor has changed since he lost the Ponds in “The Angels Take Manhattan” and what shakes him out of “Scrooge-mode”!
Let’s take a peek behind the scenes of this year Christmas Special, The Snowmen, with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman.
Long story short: Steven Moffat’s interview on The Snowmen, Radio 2, December 2012
Tell me, do you have 6 minutes to spare? The following video is fromÂ Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular, it contains interviews with Murray Gold, Alex Kingston and Mark Williams. I consider it too interesting not to tell you about it. Enjoy.
It’s have been one and half years since this interview, but it’s the first time I have the occasion to watch it. As you know, Murray Gold has been taken the role to compose the Doctor Who music for some time, this is the subject of the interview.
Enjoy. It’s interesting to watch.
Let’s enjoy this short interview where Jenna-Louise Coleman talks about becoming the Companion in the Doctor Who series, BBC One.
I don’l think that Jenna-Louise’s role is going presentation for Doctor Who fans: she was announced to appear in Doctor Who Christmas Special episode but she first appeared in the first episode of series 7, Asylum of the Daleks. If you stayed tuned to the new you know all the details.
In the new issue of Entertainment Weekly Jenna-Louise Coleman talks, exclusively, about keeping her role in â€œAsylum of the Daleksâ€ a secret and when fans might get some answers with regards to the Oswin/Clara conundrum. Durint the interview that can be foundÂ hereÂ the actressÂ discuss about the forthcomingÂ Doctor WhoÂ Christmas show andÂ reveals where Karen Gillan recommends you should eat next time youâ€™re in Cardiff.
The interview can be foundÂ here.
As announced,Â David Tennant is interviewed in Big Issue magazine number 1028, available from today.Â Â The magazine, intended to provide a regular and legitimate income for homeless people, is available from licensed street vendors in the UK.Â David talks about his new filmÂ Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger, about politics and about leavingÂ Doctor Who.
I’ve never “met” Colin Baker as the sixth Doctor on the TV screen or any other BBC broadcast, I only know about him from the youtube videos or other information from internet. Son this short interview is interesting to watch.
The interview was uploaded on Youtube today even if it was transmitted voice on on Radio 2. Â Enjoy it… it’s fun listening Matt Smith, the Eleventh Doctor, the youngerst Doctor ever, talking about Doctor Who series.
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,Â Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill made an impact on New York, with all the crowded people around themâ€¦ They wereÂ 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
A few days ago we said a final farewell to Amy Pond & Rory Williams, this interview was released last week and it was supposed toÂ spend a little extra time with “Kaz” (Karen) and “the Beak” (Arthur) Â and hear what they’ve got eyes on to nick from the Doctor Who set before they wrap on the show for good. Besides their great memories about the show, of course.
“There are many mementos I want to take from the set…”
Hey Steven Moffat, here’s a tip: you might want to start locking up the set at night, when these two sticky-fingered ones are around…!
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