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.
This is an altogether more futuristic set than Maisie Williams is normally used to from Game of Thrones, although if anyone has experience of dealing with huge scary monsters, it’s the direwolf-befriending Arya Stark.
Radio Times came up with an inspired way to mark the decade since the new series of Doctor Who started. They simply asked as many of the people who had been involved over the last ten years to send Doctor Who a birthday message, which …
There’s a lovely long in-depth interview with Steven Moffat from 2013 that the BBC Writer’s Room has just put on YouTube, which he describes how he writes, why he writes, whose writing he admires and how it works being the …
Doctor Who isn’t the only Steven Moffat series that can turn back the clock. Apparently, Sherlock is getting in on the time-shifting action.
There can be little doubt now that the decision to cast Michelle Gomez as Missy in Doctor Who has caught the imagination of fans, as anyone who has witnessed the explosion in her fan art across social media can attest.
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.
There’s a nice little interview at the Radio Times site with Sherlock‘s Una Stubbs—the veteran British actress and household name who plays the long-suffering Mrs. Hudson—about the filming of this year’s one-off …
Before we launch headlong into another collection of Doctor Who-related stuff from the past week, Michelle Gomez has something important to say: