Monday, March 22, 2010

Steven Moffat talks to The Times and The Guardian

The Times and The Guardian have recently published interviews online with Doctor Who's new head writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat.

Extract from the interview:
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même Doctor Who. Or is it? “I finally saw a completed episode last night,” says Steven Moffat, who, in a useful Americanism, is the venerable sci-fi series’s new “show runner”. “Everything, every single thing you see and hear is new: new man playing the part; new girl; the theme music’s the same but it’s been rearranged; different titles ...”

Click here to read the full interview.

The Guardian have also published an interview with Moffat online.

Extract from The Guardian's interview:
"I hope the Tories don't win. Let's not beat around the bush," he says. "[But] I'd hope that anyone who becomes prime minister would look at the organisation and ask themselves if the world would really be better off without it." Moffat is not blind to the corporation's faults, but sees it as "an incredibly responsible and brilliant organisation" that is "never given credit for trying to hold itself to a higher standard, one that no newspaper or other broadcaster is".

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