Tagged Christopher and His Kind

In for the “Long Haul”?

Doctor Who fans have wanted a long-running star in the TARDIS since about, oooh, 1981, when the legendary Tom Baker finally said goodbye to the show for 30-odd years. Since then there have been various hopes and what-ifs but in the end none of the actors that followed Tom’s Fourth Doctor felt comfortable with or…

The Doctor is Cooler than Bond!

…or so says Matt Smith, the man who really should know! Doctor Who star Smith has been interviewed by the Telegraph, mainly concerning his upcoming role in Christopher and His Kind on BBC Two on Saturday evening, but naturally the interview features plenty of interesting reference our favourite time travelling adventure series. While declaring that…

Matt Smith’s Herbal Remedies

As writer Christopher Isherwood, Doctor Who star Matt Smith had to spend some time kissing his male co-star – and apparently despite succumbing to stubble rash it was the herbal cigarettes that really turned him off. This Saturday evening on BBC 2 sees the premiere of Christopher and His Kind, which tells the story of…

Isherwood in the Radio Times

In this week’s Radio Times, on sale today (Tuesday, March 15th) you can find out more about the forthcoming drama Christopher and His Kind, which stars Matt Smith, who graces the cover in character as writer Christopher Isherwood. In an interview with Radio Times, Matt Smith compares Christopher Isherwood’s experiences in 1930s Berlin to those…

Matt Keeps Covered

Popular red-top news-today-chip-paper-tomorrow rag The Sun claims that Doctor Who star Matt Smith was asked to keep his clothes on for the biopic about writer Christopher Isherwood, which you can catch next week on BBC Two. Christopher and His Kind tells the story of Isherwood’s journery to 1930s Berlin and subsequent sexual discovery in the…

Matt Smith: “Forget the Doctor”

Coming soon on BBC TV is Christopher and His Kind, a biopic of famed homosexual author Christopher Isherwood, starring Doctor Who’s Matt Smith. Focussing on the author’s formative years in 1930s Berlin in the run-up to the Second World War, the film sees Isherwood uncovering his sexuality and identity, something Matt was apparently attracted to…

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