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Vincent and the Doctor Preview

Doctor Who continues this Saturday night with Tony Curran and Bill Nighy guesting in Vincent and the Doctor… Terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence, but only a sad and lonely painter can see it, as the time-travelling drama continues with an episode written by Richard Curtis. Amy Pond finds herself shoulder to shoulder with…

Richard Curtis on Doctor Who

The new Radio Times – on sale today – features an interview with Vincent and the Doctor writer Richard Curtis, whom they describe as “King of RomComs” following his success with films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral and Love Actually.   According to Richard Curtis, Doctor Who is the Hamlet of the television…

Junior Doctorchef

SFX has reported on Matt Smith and Karen Gillan trying the offerings of contestants from BBC’s Junior Masterchef. The actors ate their specially prepared dishes while filming new scenes for what could either be The Sarah Jane Adventures or this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special (definitely no prize if you can tell us which one)….

Cold Blood

Phew! What a relief! I was getting myself into a right state there for a while. Not because it looked like the Silurians were about to start a deadly war on us apes. No, my serious case of the jitters came about because, unlike most people I know, I really didn’t like The Hungry Earth,…

Moffat’s Finalé Tease

The Grand Moff has been teasing Doctor Who Magazine with closely guarded details for the finale. Steven Moffat has explained that events come to a head in the cliff-hanger for The Pandorica Opens. “It’s not just the cliffhanger for Episode 12,” he said, “it’s like the cliffhanger for every single episode up until that point….

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