“AND the Doctor’s greatest secret will be revealed.”
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat speaking at a London press conference last Friday morning.
The content of which was embargoed until now, just after midnight in the early hours of Monday, together with the new pics which also feature on this page.
We were shown The Bells of Saint John – the opening episode of series 7b – written by Steven Moffat.
To be screened on BBC1 and BBC America on Saturday March 30.
The media preview was followed by that Q&A with Matt Smith (the Doctor), Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara) and Steven Moffat.
You can read my full transcript further down this blog, edited to remove any major spoilers.
“NOT my problem.”
Doctor Who: The Snowmen finds an apathetic and reclusive Time Lord (Matt Smith) living in Victorian isolation.
On a cloud, to be precise.
Still mourning the loss of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan), he has given up on helping anyone who might need him.
“The universe doesn’t care,” he maintains.
“Those were the days,” he tells Clara, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, when they first meet outside The Rose & Crown pub.
Having forgotten that they met once before…
THE return of an old friend tonight, re-invented for the 21st century.
ITV1’s new version of 1960s’ cult classic The Prisoner may not attract a massive audience, despite its primetime slot.
But having seen the first episode three times, as well as later episodes, I’d recommend that if it seems like something for you – watch, and try and stick with it.
I was lucky enought to discuss The Prisoner 2010 over afternoon tea with Sir Ian McKellen, who plays Two.