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Tagged Matt Smith

Nuclear Time

Out soon from BBC Books is Nuclear Time, a Doctor Who novel from Oli Smith featuring the Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams, as played by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. ‘My watch is running backwards.’ Colorado, 1981. The Doctor, Amy and Rory arrive in Appletown – an idyllic village in the…

Desperate for Who

The Hungry Earth guest star Meera Syal has revealed that she was desperate for a role in Doctor Who, adding that the Silurians are “creepy.” Playing geologist Dr Nasreen Chaudhry, Syal’s character is key to the events set in motion in The Hungry Earth, in which she teams up with Matt Smith as the Doctor. Speaking…

No Who for Page

Gavin & Stacey star Joanna Page has denied speculation linking her to a significant role in Doctor Who in 2011. We reported earlier this week how one tabloid had claimed the actress – made famous in the Welsh sitcom – was apparently being lined up for a key role in the next series of Doctor…

Arthur Darvill on Rory

Rory, Amy Pond’s boyfriend, is a straightforward guy whose life changes dramatically when he meets the Doctor. We’ve got a great video clip below in which actor Arthur Darvill discusses his character… Darvill first appeared in The Eleventh Hour and has since joined the Doctor and Amy on their travels, first to pre-renaissance Italy in Vampires…

Moffat on Post-Humans

The Grand Moff is in da house at io9.com, where the Doctor Who Executive Producer discusses his stewardship of the Whoniverse. There is absolutely loads to get through – its a great interview, quite exhaustive in some ways, but one thing thta is particularly interesting is Moffat’s feelings about the “post human” character development of Rose…

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