What to expect from eight new episodes of Doctor Who… | Radio Times




After a winter break, series seven resumes on Saturday 30 March, BBC1, BBC America, and SPACE. Showrunner steven Moffat told RT what to expect: “We’re in the air, we’re under the water, we’re on a fantastic alien planet, we’re back in time, we’re forward in time — and the Doctor’s greatest secret is in jeopardy.”




THE CLARA ENIGMA 



At christmas, the Doctor set off to track down Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), the strange woman who’s now died twice. The first episode, written by Moffat, will either clarify the Clara enigma or — more likely — add to it! Celia Imrie guest-stars.
JESSICA RAINE 
Besides starring in An Adventure in Space and Time, the Call the Midwife star is in a regular episode with Dougray Scott. She tells RT it was “a magical experience… all mind machines and strobe lighting”.
INSIDE THE TARDIS 
New to Who is Neil Cross, creator of BBC1 hit Luther. One of two episodes he’s writing is intriguingly titled Journey to the Centre of the Tardis. Will we at last see a bathroom, or even the Time Lord’s bedroom?

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What to expect from eight new episodes of Doctor Who… | Radio Times

After a winter break, series seven resumes on Saturday 30 March, BBC1, BBC America, and SPACE. Showrunner steven Moffat told RT what to expect: “We’re in the air, we’re under the water, we’re on a fantastic alien planet, we’re back in time, we’re forward in time — and the Doctor’s greatest secret is in jeopardy.”


THE CLARA ENIGMA

At christmas, the Doctor set off to track down Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), the strange woman who’s now died twice. The first episode, written by Moffat, will either clarify the Clara enigma or — more likely — add to it! Celia Imrie guest-stars.


JESSICA RAINE

Besides starring in An Adventure in Space and Time, the Call the Midwife star is in a regular episode with Dougray Scott. She tells RT it was “a magical experience… all mind machines and strobe lighting”.


INSIDE THE TARDIS

New to Who is Neil Cross, creator of BBC1 hit Luther. One of two episodes he’s writing is intriguingly titled Journey to the Centre of the Tardis. Will we at last see a bathroom, or even the Time Lord’s bedroom?

Click through for the rest.

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