Russell T Davies makes a return trip to the TARDIS for the arts TV series The South Bank Show: the man behind Queer As Folk, Cucumber, Doctor Who, and Torchwood talks to Melvyn Bragg.
Let’s watch Warwick Davis talking about Karl Pilkington, An idiot abroad, Star Wars, The Force Awakens, Han Solo’s death, Virtual reality, Doctor Who, New musical Eugenius, Willow sequel hopes and more at the MCM Comic Con in London.
For the past few months several short interviews have been released covering the story of the Tenth Doctor adventures. Watch this extended interview with David Tennant and Catherine Tate for Big Finish Productions about them returning to the roles of the Doctor and Donna.
Interviewed by Nick Briggs, filmed and edited by Tom Saunders.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 499 of Doctor Who Magazine will be published on Thursday 28 April, price £4.99, and it’s resurrecting the most beautiful art used for the Doctor Who book covers.
You get inside 1981’s warrior gate and you find out how to have a Doctor Who wedding.
In an exclusive interview Clare Higgins explains why Ohila might really be the Doctor’s mother.
As part of the preparation for his role in The A Word, playing a grandfather of a child with autism, Christopher Eccleston has an emotional discussion with Gerard Groves, an autistic filmmaker and confirmed Whovian. The video is a heart-warming, funny, emotional behind the scenes footage when Gerard Groves interviewed the man who inspired him to make films.
Peter Capaldi draws his favorites moments from Doctor Who, he decided to interpret the brief and drew his Doctors, and he talks about Season 9 and 10 for Doctor Who: The Fan Show.
After the ninth series of Doctor Who was finished Peter Capaldi paid a visit to HMV store on London’s Oxford Street to meet fans and the people there grabbed him for a chat.
Peter Capaldi joins the British TV presenter Lorraine Kelly to talk about the DVD release of series 9 of Doctor Who, about secrecy, omnishambles, series 10 and the imagination of Steven Moffat, and in particular, an occupational injury common to people who play the Doctor.
You have new interviews with Paul McGann, Daphne Ashbrook, Eric Roberts, Yee Jee Tso and Gordon Tipple.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue 497 will be published on Thursday, 3 March 2016.
Lindalee Rose was at the last Doctor Who convention, from 2016, Gallifrey One in Los Angeles, and had a blast interviewing fans and stars of the hit BBC show.
One of those stars was Michelle Gomez (aka Missy / the Master) who talked about her convention experience, her role as the Master on the show, her thoughts on Steven Moffat leaving and more!
Lindalee Rose also had the pleasure of talking to the one and only Ingrid Oliver (‘Osgood’ from UNIT) and she had inquired about Osgood’s taste in time-lord apparel, what sort of Sonic-Screwdriver she’d have and many more fun questions.
Lindalee Rose was also granted an exclusive interview with veteran ‘Alien’ actor John Hurt (aka The War Doctor). What would John Hurt’s Sonic Screwdriver do and sound like and what’s his personal favorite Doctor? We find out that and more, plus watch him delight in being gifted with a baby Face Hugger from Lindalee.
In this interview Jenna Coleman talks about why she’s leaving Doctor Who after 3 seasons, what she’ll miss about the show, and whether she’ll ever be back.
Jenna Coleman in a musical!? Ok, that’s interesting!
The guys from BBC America asked the cast of Doctor Who the fans’ questions and here’s what Jenna Coleman had to say.
Sheldon Cooper is still very very sad about this, but let’s let his friends take care of him. Until that, Wil Wheaton sits down with the 12th Doctor, Peter Capalidi, and Jenna Coleman to discuss the process of driving the TARDIS.
The rumours about Jenna’s leaving show are true this time… she swung by to share some important news with Nick Grimshaw (Grimmy) in BBC radio 1 interview: she has already filmed her final scenes and made her emotional farewell to the cast and crew. The BBC has already officially confirmed that Jenna will leave Doctor Who during series 9, the first episode of which begins tomorrow (September 19).
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.
John Leeson, or at least his voice, is well-known for the K-9 role from old Doctor Who series (and also one episode of new Who). And he talks to Red Carpet News at the Collectormania fan event in Milton Keynes.
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.
Filming has recently begun on episode 10 of the ninth series of new Doctor Who and Joivan Wade (Rigsy, the young graffiti artist who helped save the world in the episode Flatline) is back! The 10th episode is directed by Justin Molotnikov and written by Sarah Dollard whose previous credits include Being Human and the BBC’s acclaimed spy drama, The Game.
Sarah commented, ‘Getting to play in the Doctor Who toy box is a dream come true. It’s a total honour to contribute to a show that has brought me such joy as a fan. However, writing for Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman has presented a serious problem: some days I’ve been too excited to actually sit down and type!’
Rigsy is reunited with the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman) in this new adventure although how and why he finds himself mixed up with the time traveling heroes is currently under wraps!
The guest cast for the new series includes Maisie Williams, Michelle Gomez, Rebecca Front, Rufus Hound, Paul Kaye and Jaye Griffiths. The BBC Cymru Wales produced drama will return to BBC One this Autumn with further casting to be announced.
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.