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River Song’s Radio Times

This weeks Radio Times features an interview with actress Alex Kingston about her return to Doctor Who in the episodes The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone…

Alex Kingston last appeared as the beguiling River Song in Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead in 2008 – in which she perished to save David Tennant’s Doctor. Kingston reprises her role alongside Matt Smith’s time traveller in a battle against the Weeping Angels, last seen in Blink in 2007.

Alex Kingston interviewed about Doctor Who in new Radio TimesIn this current two-parter (The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone) River is decidedly not dead. She’s a younger version of the one who previously met, and admitted to having intimate knowledge of, the Doctor. Time travel can be confusing, but it does give the Surrey-born actress something of a unique perspective on the whole Doctor Who phenomenon, having played opposite both Tennant and Smith.

When she first took on the part, she spoke of the Doctor being her lover but now she’s not so sure. “I was absolutely certain. That’s what I’d assumed. But when I was reading The Time of Angels, I suddenly thought, “My God, she’s his mother!’ ”While Kingston, 47, and Tennant, 39, couldn’t have pulled that off, Smith is 20 years her junior. So is that how she’s playing it this time? A mother/son relationship?

“Well, no, the flirtation between them still indicates they have a much more intimate relationship further down the line – and I sort of hope it is that. I hope they’re married,” she laughs, “Otherwise, if she’s his mother, the flirtation isn’t quite appropriate!”

The new Radio Times is out now.

(Thanks to Neelam)



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