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March 15th, 2010 11 comments

Radio Times Steven Moffat Interview

Steven Moffat interview in this weeks Radio Times

This weeks Radio Times, which goes on sale today, includes and interview with Doctor Who’s new showrunner Steven Moffat.

Steven Moffat is Doctor Who’s new “showrunner” – the flashy American term, adopted over here, to describe a visionary writer/producer/TV seer who is charged with the creative evolution of a big series.

So what grand monsters (and tiny terrors) can we look forward to this series? Moffat doesn’t want to give too much away, but the new Doctor, Matt Smith, and his companion Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) are inevitably up against foes old and new, with a star-dusting of special guest-scarers, including Helen McCrory as “a sexy scary vampire-woman and Sophie Okonedo…” here Moffat pauses. As what? “I couldn’t possibly say. But she was in the trailer for the new series, and nobody noticed!”

In addition William Gallagher has added a blog entry on the Radio Times website which you can see Here

Steven Moffat: “Can we redesign the Daleks?”

Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat tells Radio Times he’s thought about changing the Daleks and even the Tardis, but the fans – and he is one – are safe.

You can also see the latest promo images in the Radio Times gallery Here



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