Did Matt Smith slip his true intentions, or was it just a slip of the tongue when he said he had only one more year of Doctor Who? Your returning host (and thank you so much for your support while I've been gone) pretends to know what he's talking about.
Shorter short podcast: Matt Smith is absolutely fabulous as The Doctor, and "The Almost People" — Yes! "The Almost People"! — is possibly his greatest performance.
One of the most fascinating things about "The Doctor's Wife" had little to do with its star writer — it was Matt Smith's excellent performance revealing the complex, powerful emotions buried inside the Eleventh Doctor. For a supposedly "understated" Doctor, Smith's last scene opened up the floodgates…
Recrimination! Rage! Retweeting! We're looking at the (non-)controversy over Doctor Who's losses at the National Television Awards yesterday, and the ritual assignations of blame.
Everything's fine, folks. Really.
We reveal the experiment's outcome, as the Two-minute Time Lad sat with his Dad to watch "The Eleventh Hour." Meanwhile, I examine Steven Moffat's palette. Spoilers for "The Eleventh Hour" and an announcement for a Nicholas Briggs event in the U.K. lie within!
"The End of Time" was long on Tennant, and very short on Smith. This didn't give Smith much time to make an impression on those viewers who followed Doctor Who less than they followed Tennant himself. The Kasterborous website had a message for them.
World Fantasy Award winner Rob Shearman knows Doctor Who. The longtime contributor to Big Finish's audio range was alongside his friend, current executive producer Steven Moffat, as part of the team that launched Russell T. Davies's series in 2005. What does he know about Matt Smith, Moffat's style, and what kind of Doctor Who we're [...]
The BBC and just about all the fan sites have the press photos of Matt Smith in costume, and it confirms an interesting choice Steven Moffat made in casting the relatively unknown twentysomething actor….
Don't forget tonight's liveblog!
Today's Two-minute Time Lord Podcast reacts to the not-so-spoilery news that Russell T. Davies is up for a fourth series of Torchwood, and the slightly more spoilery rumors of who the bad guy(s) will be in Matt Smith's first episode of Doctor Who.
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