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Beyond the TARDIS

A round-up of what the cast and crew of Doctor Who have been up to away from the series...


Peter Capaldi recently provided a surprise video message for the wedding of newlywed fans Niall and Gary ( Peter joined various Hollywood stars reading Jennifer Toksvig’s poem What They Took With Them for refugee agency UNHCR (

Matt Prince

■ Series One of Netflix’s Queen Elizabeth II drama The Crown with Matt Smith as Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh who becomes Prince Philip, arrives on 4 November (extended trailer via Matt performed from Murder in the Cathedral during Story of Our Youth: A Diamond Anniversary Gala celebrating 60 Years of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain on 18 September at London’s Shaftesbury Theatre. Other performers included Timothy Dalton and Jessica Hynes, and Matt Lucas sent a video message from Cardiff, recreating one of his early NYT roles: scene shifting! Lucas narrated Series Three’s first episode of Channel 4’s occasional It Was Alright in the 70s on 20 September.

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Contents include: An exclusive interview with Captain Jack actor John Barrowman; a preview of the first episodes of the new Doctor Who spin-off Class, featuring an interview with Patrick Ness; a preview of the new animated version of The Power of the Daleks; exclusive chats with Douglas Mackinnon, Daniel O'Hara, Ed Bazalgette and Daniel Nettheim on the art of being a director; The Fact of Fiction looks at 1966's The Savages; brand-new comic strip action for the Twelfth Doctor and Jess in Bloodsport by Mark Wright, illustrated by Staz Johnson; the Time Team watch 2010's The Lodger; the Watcher considers monster voices in Wotcha!; the latest merchandise previewed and reviewed; prize-winning competitions and more.