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Q&A for Christmas Day!

The British Film Institute have released a nice little “extra”, an eight minute video of a Doctor Who Christmas special Q and A session with Steven Moffat, Matt Smith and Katherine Jenkins.

Following a screening of “the most nuts episode Of Doctor Who” (the words of mediator Caitlin Moran), the team sat down to talk about their feeling on the episode and a little bit about what’s next.

Matt talked about his first tumultuous year as the Eleventh Doctor and how it’s had an impact on his life. He also mentioned what really makes the show special. Katherine Jenkins talked of how her nerves almost got the better of her during her first days filming and also about singing a duet with Matt Smith whilst he was a shark!

Steven Moffat was on top form talking about coming up with the episode and also what he felt would have made the movie Jaws more interesting. He briefly talked about his idea for next year’s Christmas Special and how it’s going to top what he’s done this year!

The full video can be seen at www.bfi.org.uk/live.video however, it does contain some mild spoilers so if you want to avoid them then watch this video after you’ve watched the episode on Christmas Day.

A Christmas Carol will be showing on 25th December on BBC and BBC One HD.


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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