Series 11 News & Interviews!

Here we go, the eleventh series of Doctor Who is closer than it’s ever been. We have a brand new image (clean and portrait versions available after the break), details on the first two episodes, The Woman Who Fell To Earth and the just announced title of the second episode, The Ghost Monument, as well as interviews with Jodie Whittaker, Chris Chibnall, and Bradley Walsh.
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DWM #495- First Date!

DWM495Doctor Who Magazine #495 is due to be released this Thursday and features Alex Kingston and Paul McGann as this months cover stars. This is obviously due to the recent Big Finish release The Diary of River Song, where River Song crosses paths with the Eighth Doctor. (You can read my reviews here, here, here and here).

This issue features interviews with both Paul McGann and Alex Kingston, as well as looking back at the 1974 story Death to The Daleks. Big Finish also promised some exciting news within these pages so it will undoubtedly be well worth the read.

Doctor Who Magazine #495 will be released Thursday 7th January 2016 and will cost £4.99 or $9.99 and will be available in all good newsagents.

Series 10 Talk

TimeEven though we’re not over with Series 9 on the TV, Steven Moffat, Peter Capaldi and the Doctor Who production designer, Michael Pickwoad have already started talking about what we can expect in Series 10.

Peter Capaldi
12“It’s been nice to see him more cheerful, but of course as the whole [of Series 9] develops, more terrible things happen. So in fact, I think by the end, he’s going, ‘Oh man, I was right, I should’ve remained cynical and closed off and suspicious’.
“If you’ve been following this Doctor, you’ve seen him go through all those different colours and all those different places. So where he goes now – in series 10 – I don’t know, but he’s been put through the mill.”

Capaldi also talked about what he hopes the next companions quality will be, by the sounds of it we will have another human companion as Capaldi hopes Clara’s replacement is more ‘earthly’ saying “It’s one of the things I loved about Billie Piper. That was a very new thing in Doctor Who – to have somebody who lived on an estate, and had a much earthier sound to their voice. I mean, I love Jenna – I’m really sad that she’s gone, and I feel quite bad discussing the possibility of somebody else. So it’s no reflection on her. But I think it might be interesting to have somebody who’s a little more earthy!”
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