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Your Song Will End Soon

David Tennant in The End of Tine

Speaking to The Age recently, Doctor Who star (for a few more days at least) David Tennant explains the situation the Doctor find himself in going into the events of The End of Time.

We’re just days away from the first installment of the Tenth Doctor’s final adventure – having previewed an early scene on the Children in Need fundraising event in November we already know that the closing events of The Waters of Mars sent the Doctor off into time and space looking, it seems, for a good time…

“We’ve explored different aspects of the Doctor and his personality and his loneliness and whatever else, and he still carries on… But now you’re faced with the possibility where he’s not going to carry on. His life is coming to an end. And he knows it, as well.”

He teased: “He’s been told: ‘Your song will end soon’, so he’s aware the sands of time are running. But that’s a gamble, isn’t it? You never know what you’re going to get.”

The anticipation is so thick you could cut it with a knife…

(Via Whoviannet)



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