Jodie Whittaker left Regent Street bathed in dazzling light as she switched on its famous Christmas lights.
Doctor Who’s festive special will air on New Year’s Day instead of Christmas Day for the first time in 13 years in a shake-up to the BBC schedule.
Jodie Whittaker’s debut series as Doctor Who is attracting the programme’s highest average TV audience for nearly 10 years.
Mark Gatiss has said there is a temptation to “disengage” with Brexit because it is so “frightening and debilitating”.
Amanda Abbington has said she would like to play Jodie’s Whittaker’s nemesis in Doctor Who.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Stacey Dooley says the show has been an “amazing” remedy to her “harrowing” job as a documentary maker for the BBC.
Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker has said she had “a little cry” after stepping into the Tardis for the first time.
Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who debut attracted the third biggest audience for a regular episode of the show since its return to screens in 2005.
Doctor Who star Mandip Gill has said she chose to ignore criticism of Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor, saying: “You can’t please everyone.”
Doctor Who fans have continued to enthuse about the new series of the sci-fi show – but this time it is the Tardis and not the Time Lord that has got people talking.