Jemma Redgrave has likened working on the Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode to working for MI6, due to the high level of secrecy. It’s impressive that so much information surrounding the 50th anniversary has been kept very securely under wraps, with Redgrave confirming that levels of security are very high.
There are some programmes that just feel like they should be airing a a certain time. For example the BBC’s new medical drama Frankie, would best suit a Sunday evening or even a weekday afternoon. It’s surprising then that its being broadcast at 9pm on a Tuesday night, a sport reserved for event dramas such as The Paradise or The Syndicate. It’s not to say that Frankie is a particularly bad programme, in fact I would say it has its heart in the right place, but at the same time
Jemma Redgrave has spoken to Graham Norton about her role in the upcoming 50th anniversary special episode of Doctor Who. She said the episode is philosophical, deep, funny, adventurous and heart-breaking. Appearing on Graham Norton’s BBC Radio Two show over the weekend, the topic quickly turned to Doctor Who and if she could dish the dirt on the upcoming episode. Unfortunately, she didn’t let anything slip, but she did talk about how “extraordinary” Steven Moffat is and what a brillian
Doctor Who – The Power of Three: Amy and Rory consider their options in this interesting episode with some treats for older fans
As all Doctor Who fans know this run of episodes will conclude with the last time we’ll see companions Amy and Rory and over the past few weeks hints have been dropped to why the couple will want to depart the Tardis. Over the past three episodes we have seen The Doctor visit the Ponds on a less regular basis, while they seem more eager to get back to their regular lives commenting at the end of last week’s mission that their friends will be wondering why they are rapidly aging. Thes