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Samuel Anderson is Danny Pink in Doctor Who Series 8

Cryptic Instagrams From Samuel Anderson Intrigue Doctor Who Fans

Choosing the best filter (I’m partial to a bit of Sutro action myself) and hashtagging up a #storm Samuel Anderson has been sharing his snaps on Instagram – promising a real treat for Whovians eagerly awaiting the debut of the Twelfth Doctor.

Snapping a particularly sing-songy slate (Everybody! ‘251, take 1’) Mr Danny Pink himself commented:

Oh, the tantalising prospect raised by just having words ‘drwho’ and ‘musical’ in close proximity is almost too much to bear – Capaldi was in a band after all. #spurious

Also, there’s the pleasant thought that because Anderson included a space between ‘#Peter’ and ‘Capaldi’ some bloke called Peter who fancied taking a cheeky selfie of himself in a fetching new hat and hashtagged his own name for God only knows what reason has now been tagged into a burgeoning Doctor Who thread.

You’re welcome #Peter (Sadly #Peter is mostly Family Guy Memes; #disappointing)

Alongside the image of the slate, Anderson also posted a shot of chairs! Chairs! Chairs with names on them! Doctor Who names!

So which Doctor Who star, past and present would you want snapping secretive shots from behind the scenes?  What are you most looking forward to from the Twelfth Doctor? Also don’t forget to follow Kasterborous’ own Instagram page! #contractuallyobliged


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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