Doctor Who has been out and about on location shoot this week, with Margam Castle the destination for David Tennant and Catherine Tate, reports ThisIsSouthWales.co.uk.
Up in North Wales, Margam Castle is quite a location, and is indeed a Grade I listed building, having being built between 1830 and 1840.
Doctor Who fan Steven Price took photos and spoke to the star of the show:
“They were doing different scenes around the castle. I was there by chance.
“David Tennant and a girl dressed as a soldier were in one scene I saw filmed.”
Mr Price said he also got the chance to meet the star of the show.
He said: “David Tennant went out of his way to sign autographs.”
And another fan, Gary Jones, was pleased to meet the Time Lord:
“We found out from a Doctor Who website that the show was being filmed so my brother and I headed up there. We got a closer view than we thought – we were just standing by the side of them.”
Mr Jones also got the chance to meet the latest Time Lord and described the actor who plays him as marvellous.
He said: “I didn’t think he would bother, but he took the time to sign autographs and meet people.”
Sounds like an excellent way to spend your time off work.
Unfortunately moving to Wales has been written off my Mrs Karma, so here at Kasterborous we’ll have to rely on newspaper reports…