This weeks letter was T for TARDIS. 4yr olds learning a good lesson.
The Graham Norton Show with guests David Tennant, Matt Smith, Emma Thompson, Robbie Williams & Jimmy Carr airs November 23rd on BBC America at 10/9c.
It also airs tonight (Nov 22) at 10.35p GMT in the UK on BBC One.
I just got the best tip at work today! A fellow Whovian had come over from America for the convention and her friend had dropped out, so she gave me her spare ticket!
The kindness of Whovians.
scandal has taken over my life
|—||Tatiana Maslany on the future of Orphan Black (via IGN)|
Doctor Who’s Quinquagenary → Doctor Who?
"What’s in a name? Names are just titles. Titles don’t tell you anything." -Tenth Doctor, The Girl in the Fireplace
"You chose yours. The man who makes people better. How sanctimonious is that?" -The Master, The Sound of the Drums
"Look my name, my real name, that is not the point. The name I chose is the Doctor. The name you choose, it’s like a promise you make." -Eleventh Doctor, The Name of the Doctor
WATCH: Moffat on Casting Peter Capaldi on ‘Doctor Who’: ‘It Was a Shortlist of One Name’ | Anglophenia
Standing in front of the stage where only minutes before Peter Capaldi had been revealed as the Twelfth Doctor, Moffat appeared amazingly relaxed considering the situation but also somewhat excited that he could finally talk about one of the most highly prized secrets of the year.
He revealed that Peter Capaldi was not a name he had expected to be thinking of following Matt Smith’s decision to give up the Tardis but one that he kept on coming back to. Moffat even consulted his Sherlock producing partner Mark Gatiss who affirmed his belief that Capaldi would have what it takes to step into television’s longest running science-fiction franchise.
Calling the man best known for his role as government spin doctor Malcolm Tucker “famously brilliant,” Moffat said he had everything that matters to take control of the TARDIS: “He’s got that look, he has those Doctor eyes.”