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October 22nd, 2012 36 comments

Journey to the Centre of the Tardis

Journey to the Centre of the Tardis

Ashley Walters on his Doctor Who role: you’ll see more of the Tardis than ever before…

From www.radiotimes.com

Speaking to RadioTimes.com, Ashley revealed he finished filming his episode – Journey to the Centre of the Tardis – two weeks ago. “You can’t beat being in Doctor Who – it’s something I’ve grown up with my whole life and working with Matt Smith was amazing. He’s a really, really good actor and just being a part of that huge BBC franchise was an incredible thing. And Jenna Louise Coleman is really good at what she does – it seems like she’s enjoying her job and I loved working with her.”

Read the full article at www.radiotimes.com


36 comments

  • Ed S

    December 20th, 2012 - 6:06am

    Proof that the Tardis would have a center even if it expanded infinitely:

    On a piece of paper draw a circle and draw a dot in the center. Expand the circle, equally around the center by one inch. The dot you drew previously is still the center. Expand the circle equally around the center again by another inch. The dot you drew is still the center of the new circle. Now expand equally around the center taking the limit to infinity. Despite an infinitely large circle, the dot is still the one and only one center point of the circle. QED

  • Esterath

    November 18th, 2012 - 8:44pm

    Shame, the Doctor’s Wife didn’t feature that. It was going to be Amy swimming in the pool.

  • theinfinitedoctor

    November 14th, 2012 - 5:39pm

    Yes! hopefully we might get to see the swimming pool again!

  • Anony-mouse

    November 7th, 2012 - 5:54am

    No….

  • Doctor who rules

    November 6th, 2012 - 9:16pm

    Is this the Christmas special

  • doctorwhoone

    November 5th, 2012 - 10:11am

    No, she is not playing Oswin Oswald, as that character was mutated into a Dalek and later destroyed along with all the other Daleks when the Asylum planet was destroyed.

    This time she is playing Clara Oswin, a woman from the Victorian era, who maybe related in someway to Oswin Oswald, perhaps as Oswin’s great great [several times great] grandmother or some other sort of family relation.

    Think of Adeola and her cousin Martha Jones, 2 completely different women, but both played by one actress.

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