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Steven Moffat On 50 Years Of Doctor Who [VIDEO]

The BBC has released a brand new interview with the current show-runner Steven Moffat.

Following an introduction from Rhodri Talfan Davies, the director of BBC Wales, Moffat is interviewed in front of a live audience by Heat magazine’s TV editor Boyd Hilton.

The feature includes a selection of clips from the classic era as Moffat summarises the show’s history for the uninitiated.

Only Doctor Who could have a cliffhanger where the dangerous and terrifying reveal is that the monster can go upstairs. That is unique!

Hmm, wonder which story he’s referring to! Have a look at the video to find out…


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