Something tells me that next week’s episode is gonna be my new favorite. :)
capaldi’s costume reveal immediately reminded me of those bugs that have bright colors hidden under their wings they can flash to ward off predators
Check out this exclusive storyboard from ‘The Day of the Doctor’ of Clara’s opening scene!
The folks over at the BBC Doctor Who page have been posting a Doctor Who Adventure Calendar with new content unlocked every day, so be sure to take a look HERE and check back from now until the 25th for even more videos, galleries, & exclusive clips.
IT WAS ON THE WHITEBOARD AT THE START
IT WAS THERE THE WHOLE TIME
The Doctor and Clara, enjoying one of their last adventures together. Soooo not ready for Christmas!
Be a Hero and donate at http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey. Whilst investigating strange occurrences at an art gallery, the Doctor meets a familiar face…
“Do you feel like you’re being watched?”
"It doesn’t matter because you’re about to forget that you and I ever met."
Doctor Who: The Snowmen
It’s called the TARDIS
Watch the Songtaran Carols video here.
If you want to know about Jenna’s backstory, this interview is the one to read. It’s also just an awesome trip to the set through the eyes of a Whovian:
It’s a very odd thing, going to the set of Doctor Who in Cardiff. For a start the BBC is so secretive about the programme’s storylines that virtually no one is allowed access, and I have to sign various forms in advance stating that I will not reveal a single thing about any of the plot I am going to witness.
I am not even sure if I am allowed to mention anything at all, but I think it’s fair to say the TARDIS is bigger than I thought it would be and the sets are more wobbly. Also, it’s freezing cold and it takes an inordinate amount of time for anything to happen. Matt Smith, aka the Doctor, leaps in and out of the TARDIS about 20 times before the action moves on. It must be, I think, an utterly exhausting programme to work on.In fact, as soon as a new Doctor is announced, people start wondering who will be his successor. The same goes for his companion.
It is also, without doubt, phenomenally successful. The doctor and his ‘companion’ may change but as the years pass the essence of Doctor Who remains the same. It is the key to the programme’s success, the madcap secret storylines and the fact that somehow, within all the mayhem, the viewer is taken on an emotional rollercoaster. We become invested in the Doctor and in his crazy adventures.
This ‘Must Read’ is as must ready as it gets.
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Also: we are now declaring this the official Doctor Who Tumblr holiday greeting this year: Sontar-ho-ho-ho!