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Stephen Mofat Interview with the British Guardian Newspaper.

Stephen Moffat

 

Stephen Moffat gives his thoughts about Doctor Who the BBC and Why the Conservative's Have to lose the next British General Election.  At the end of the Article Stpehens Biography (Cirriculum Vitai) can be found.

Follow the link for the Full article. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/mar/22/stephen-moffat-doctor-who

 

BBC Breakfast with Steven Moffat (19 March 2010)

Steven Moffat on BBC's Breakfast show from the 19th of March 2010. The Executive Producer and Lead Writer talks about the new series and the regeneration of the Doctor, Matt Smith, and more.

First Three Episode Titles for Series 31

The first three episode titles of Series 31 (2010 series) has been revealed in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine according to a story by Digital Spy today. 

Those who may consider episode titles as spoilers, read no further.

The first episode featuring the 11th Doctor is appropriately named 'The Eleventh Hour' followed by the episode, 'The Beast Below.' Both are written by series executive producer and lead writer, Steven Moffat.

The third episode is titled 'Victory of the Daleks' written by Mark Gatiss (writer of the 9th Doctor story, 'Unquiet Dead' and actor in the title role in the 10th Doctor episode, 'The Lazarus Experiment').

The Sonic Newsdriver is Back and Not a Moment Too Soon

The Sonic Newsdriver 20100116
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Saturday, the 16th of Jan. 2010

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Steven Moffat says it is Series 31 or 1, what will you be calling the 2010 Doctor Who series with Matt Smith?

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Series 5
35% (15 votes)
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2% (1 vote)
The 2010 Series
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Doctor 11, Series 1
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It's Series 31 or 1, not 5 says Steven Moffat

In a recent DWIN blog post, it quotes Steven Moffat, new series Executive Producer and Lead Writer for Doctor Who speaking of the upcoming series for the year 2010 (Matt Smith's first series as the 11th Doctor) in the latest issue of Doctor Who Monthly magazine:

"It’s Series Thirty-One of Doctor Who, and it's Series One of Matt Smith's Doctor, Those are both real numbers. I submit that 'Series Five of Doctor Who' means absolutely nothing unless you really believe that Matt Smith is the third Doctor. Everyone knows he's the Eleventh Doctor so that means it’s definitely not 'Series Five'. Whichever number you choose, 'Series Five' is the one that's flawed."

"'Series One' is an exciting sentence. 'Series Thirty-One' is an awe-inspiring sentence. 'Series Five' is a boring sentence - and also a complete lie."

This One Goes to Eleven. On Tap for and Shedding Light on Some Changes for Doctor Who.

Now that the end time has come for David Tennant as the Doctor, or rather, The End of Time, there is a new Doctor in the house, or rather TARDIS… Welcome, Matt Smith.

Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor

It is not only a change of Doctors, but with Steven Moffat taking the helm of the series as the new executive producer and lead writer, it is a whole new era for Doctor Who. Expect changes across the board to reflect it. 

We have already seen the new logo(s) for the series, the new Doctor debuted in the most recent special, The End of Time, Part 2. Doctor Who Monthly magazine is sporting an updated look, and we expect the same with the BBC Doctor Who website soon as well.

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Paul Cornell's 12 Blogs of Christmas - Doctor Who Style

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Paul Cornell has a series on his blog, The 12 Blogs of Christmas this holiday season.

In the latest entry, The 12 Blogs of Christmas: Eleven. Millennium Eve he features some of his fellow Doctor Who folk… included are Russell T Davies, Steven Moffat, Gary Russell, Murray Gold, James Moran, Noel Clarke, even a familiar name from Doctor Who: Podshock is there too.

In it, we are recounting what we were doing ten years ago as we rang in the new millennium.

Actually, it is quite humbling to be sharing such company on the same page. I thank Paul, he is a lovely person and friend. As I said in my piece included in Paul's blog, take nothing for granted.

Steven Moffat on Night Waves Available on BBC iPlayer

You can currently listen to Night Waves: Sacred Monsters (BBC Radio 3) which features new Doctor Who Executive Producer and Head Writer, Steven Moffat. He talks about his work on the series, Matt Smith as the new Doctor, and what we are about to see in the upcoming series.

Listen here: BBC iPlayer - Night Waves - Sacred Monsters

Sonic Newsdriver Halloween Edition

The Sonic Newsdriver 20091031
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Saturday, the 31st of Oct. 2009 - Halloween Edition

You think things are scary now - wait two weeks, Tennant's Last Outing as the Doctor, Under Pressure, Sarah Jane Scores High, The Press is a Buzz Over Jealousy, and more.

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