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Tagged Suranne Jones

Suranne on Idris

Among the many mysteries hinted at in Neil Gaiman’s The Doctor’s Wife is the identity of Idris, as played by Suranne Jones. There have been suggestions that she is somehow linked to the Doctor’s TARDIS (as indicated by the character’s name) or that she might share some properties with the time machine. Until Saturday we…

More Doctor’s Wife Trailers!

Things are about to get crazy (or perhaps that should be “crazier”) in the current series of Doctor Who with The Doctor’s Wife, the much-anticipated episode by Neil Gaiman which guest stars Suranne Jones. We’ve pulled together a collection of trailers that you might not have seen to accompany the gallery we brought you earlier…

The Doctor’s Wife Gallery

Vampires? TARDISes? Or just utter madness from Neil Gaiman? The rumours continue to fly around but The Doctor’s Wife looks utterly compelling, particularly based on the photos below… This week, the Doctor receives a distress signal from an old friend. Could there really be another living Time Lord out there? Hopes raised, he follows the…

The Doctor’s Wife Trailer

Next week on Doctor Who, our favourite Time Lord receives a very unexpected message, sent in a manner that we haven’t seen since The War Games… As you can see from the clip below, The Doctor’s Wife features all sorts of surprises, not least the fact that writer Neil Gaiman has set the episode on…

Wondercon Doctor Who Panel (Video)

If you weren’t lucky enough to make it to Wondercon last weekend, perhaps you’ve got 40 minutes to spare to watch the Doctor Who panel, which featured writer Neil Gaiman, director Toby Haynes and actor Mark Sheppard? It was at this event that we discovered how Gaiman felt about having to see his episode –…

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