Ok, we’ve had a teeny tiny bit more information about this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special.
The BBC has unveiled the first official picture of Jodie Whittaker’s new look as Doctor Who.
Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor won’t be travelling alone when she gets the keys to the TARDIS.
I’m not looking forward to saying goodbye to Peter Capaldi’s Doctor at Christmas. But I do think his farewell episode looks intriguing thanks to the first teaser for Twice Upon a Time.
So we now know Jodie Whittaker will be taking over the TARDIS from Peter Capaldi at Christmas.
I’m delighted by the news, she’s a fantastic actress and I think a worthy successor to PCap.
Here she answers 13 questions about her new role.
Doctor Who’s greatest (and scariest) foes are to feature in a new book that follows their history from creation through to their almost destruction on the Time War and beyond.
Derek Jacobi is to make his return as The Master – but not in the main Doctor Who series.
Instead he will reprise his role for four new audio stories from Big Finish.
The first ever book of Doctor Who poetry will be released later this year, featuring illustrations by former showrunner Russell T Davies.
David Tennant and Billie Piper are returning to Doctor Who for a series of new audio adventures.
You might think the perfect day for Doctor Who Day would be April 15, the day Peter Capaldi and the TARDIS finally return to our screens in the brand new series.
Actually, Doctor Who Day is in September – well according to Titan Comics anyway.