Tagged Amy Pond

Neve McIntosh, Silurian

Scots actress Neve McIntosh has been a fan of Doctor Who for many years, and counts Tom Baker as her favourite – so she must have been pretty satisfied to win a part in a 2010 episode which sees the Eleventh Doctor encounter the Silurians for the first time in over 25 years. McIntosh –…

Karen Gillan: Freaky Doll

Karen Gillan spoke to The Daily Record recently about the new job that has taken her from obscurity to fame – as a co-star in Doctor Who. As Amy Pond, Gillan will be the Doctor’s latest companion, and the second redhead of recent years. Being The Daily Record, they also quizzed the actress about being…

New Doctor Who Minisite

BBC America are providing a wealth of Doctor Who content on their minisite, from posters to their new trailer! With photos, clips, quizzes and video interviews with stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Executive Producer Steven Moffat, the new site at BBCAmerica.com/doctorwho is just one of a group of online destinations for US-based Doctor Who…

Doctor Who is Under Your Bed

A superb interview with Steven Moffat appeared in The Guardian today, in which the Executive Producer and chief writer of Doctor Who discussed a variety of things, from the horror of a world without the BBC to what he would do to if someone demanded he created a monster to sell toys. Many Doctor Who…

Eleventh Hour Press Previews

Press reaction to the new Doctor Who and his debut adventure, The Eleventh Hour, has been largely positive, with mainstream organs for all audiences praising both new Doctor Matt Smith and the opening of a new era in the series. (Note – there are mild spoilers in this article.) Of course, there is always one…

Remarkable Specimen

One thing is for sure – the recent press launch for The Eleventh Hour has confirmed that the new stars of Doctor Who have a great working relationship. Either that or we’re using any excuse to use images of Karen Gillan. When Matt Smith was asked by one journalist at the event if Karen Gillan’s…

Scottish Agenda?

Is the world going mad? I have one very good reason for asking – 5 years ago, fans and journalists were asking of Russell T Davies’ Doctor Who: “is there a gay agenda?” in response to the presence of an omnisexual character and Davies’ own sexuality and history of writing gay-themed dramas. Now, in 2010,…

© 2005-2014 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net