Welcome to Who’s Day, a weekly collection of Doctor Who-related stuff that has taken place over the past week. And this week we begin with a remarkably illuminating interview with Steven Moffat conducted by Digital Spy and …
Doctor Who’s Day
With the announcement of the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular touring the U.K. next month, this week’s Who’s Day is devoted to the music of Doctor Who.
It’s not been a bad week for Doctor Who-related birthdays, particularly for people called Peter. Yesterday (April 13) was Peter Davison‘s, and today it is Peter Capaldi‘s turn.
This week, all hats, fezzes and Cyber helmets must be doffed in the general direction of the official Doctor Who Twitter feed, who managed to have a LOT of fun over Easter.
Thursday (March 26) was the proper 10th birthday of the reborn Doctor Who, and, to mark the occasion, the Doctor Who Experience played host to a very special guest indeed. The actual Doctor.
It seems strange to look back on a time, just 10 years ago, when Doctor Who was not the universe-straddling cultural juggernaut that it is now. It was an enormously beloved classic TV show with some fantastically fertile ideas, but no …
Before we get started looking at the past week in Doctor Who, let’s go on a journey to the distant past. No, not prehistoric times, I’m talking about a time before there was an actual Doctor Who to watch.
Sunday (March 8) was International Women’s Day, and the Doctor Who production team took the opportunity to salute the extraordinary array of female talent that has worked on the show over the years.
This week, the whole of the Doctor Who production has been filming in Tenerife, which we will get to in a moment. But before we do, who fancies playing a Gallifreyan round of Where’s Waldo?
Before we launch headlong into another collection of Doctor Who-related stuff from the past week, Michelle Gomez has something important to say: