Join Strax and the gang for a seasonal Sontaran sing-song!
Richard E Grant - Doctor Simeon in The Snowmen - talks about the Christmas Special!
(NOTE: this video is set to autoplay. We’re trying to get it fixed.)
Yesterday we began a short series of videos in which Doctor Who’s lead writer and Executive Producer, Steven Moffat, looks at the best and most significant Dalek adventures.
We started with a trip back in time to the very first Dalek story and today, as a companion piece to that video, Steven Moffat reviews another early classic – The Evil of the Daleks. It was an incredible adventure that saw the Doctor battle his old enemies across the cosmos, from Victorian England to Skaro… There were losses for the Time Lord, a new companion and the possibility of a final end to the Daleks…
Watch the video after the link.
via the BBC Doctor Who Blog:
The Daleks first appeared 49 years ago this month when the TARDIS visited the strange and sinister planet known as Skaro…
To celebrate the Doctor’s oldest alien adversaries we’re beginning a short series of videos which feature Doctor Who’s lead writer and Executive Producer, Steven Moffat, discussing their history. He selects a number of stories that are amongst his favourites and the most significant Dalek adventures, beginning, appropriately enough, with the Daleks’ debut from December, 1963.
Jenna-Louise Coleman talks about the audition process and teaming up with Matt Smith.
From the BBC Doctor Who Blog:
He’s back… And so’s the Adventure Calendar!As we countdown the days until Christmas and the return of the Doctor in The Snowmen, we’re delighted to announce that our traditional Adventure Calendar is back!
Starting from tomorrow, 1st December, we’ll be releasing a new piece of content every day. We’ll have plenty of exclusive videos, galleries and some extra special surprises including a fantastic new story written by Joseph Lidster (Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Wizards vs Aliens) and a revealing interview with Jenna-Louise Coleman.
So, don’t forget to come back every day to check out the daily surprise… what will your festive favourite be?
We’ll post a new thing each day to the Doctor Who Tumblr.