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Sing a Song of Who

We’ve got a new video for US-based Doctor Who fans in which Alex Kingston (River Song) explains what makes the series such an enduring fan favorite and why fans and new viewers should watch the new season.

Following her appearance in The Time of Angels last week on BBC America, Kingston continues as River Song in Flesh and Stone; the character originally appeared opposite David Tennant in 2007’s Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead, (by new showrunner Steven Moffat).

You can also view this video at BBCAmerica.com.

Finally, Stateside fans chewing at the bit to see Flesh and Stone this Saturday (9/8c on BBC America) might be interested in this exclusive gallery.

(With thanks to Nicole)

Brian A Terranova


Doctor Who and me go way back. I first discovered it on my local PBS Station WHYY in the suburbs outside Philadelphia when I was a young kid; though I am uncertain of the exact age.

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