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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…

CAPALDI COSPLAY

Peter Capaldi, who was a Graham Norton Show guest on 14 April, told The Sunday Times’ Lynn Barber (2 April), “I don’t really want to do another political thing. I’ve done enough of that, being a man in a suit shouting at other men in suits. I want to do something different, with a big wig. I want to get dressed up!” There were Doctor Who promotional appearances on 12 April from Steven Moffat on Breakfast (tinyurl.com/MoffFast) and Marie Claire magazine’s Girl of the Moment, Pearl Mackie, on The One Show (tinyurl.com/OnePearl) with Pearl also on Good Morning Britain the day following (tinyurl.com/GoodPearl). Steven will be at Gloucestershire’s Fairford Festival of Fiction on 3 June organised by Paul Cornell (tickets via tinyurl.com/FairMoff).

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Contents include: • Previews of the new episodes Knock Knock, Oxygen, Extremis and The Pyramid at the End of the World • Knock Knock guest star David Suchet is interviewed • An in-depth interview with Doctor Who the director of the first two episodes of the new series, The Pilot and Smile: Lawrence Gough • Doctor Who writers Frank Cottrell-Boyce (Smile) and Sarah Dollard (Thin Ice) reveal the stories behind their scripts • Bill Potts makes her comic strip début in the first part of the new comic strip adventure The Soul Garden, by Scott Gray, with art by Martin Geraghty. • It's the end of the world as we know it as The Fact of Fiction delves into the 1966 story The Ark. • DWM reviews of the first three episodes of the new series: The Pilot, Smile and Thin Ice. • Previews, book and audio reviews, news, the Watcher's column, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!
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