Doctor Who: Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways Q&A

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March 26, 2014

Doctor Who: Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways Q&A

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Doctor Who returned to our screens after an absence of almost 10 years, reinvented for a modern audience with Christopher Eccleston in the lead. Producer Phi…
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21 Responses to “Doctor Who: Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways Q&A”

  1. Doctor Who Says:

    oh you got to hear that, directly from the producers 🙂
    Happy to see a remarkable reference to RTD and what he did to the show.
    #savetheday

    #doctorwho #thedoctor #doctorwho50thanniversary #doctorwhofans
    #doctorwhoaddict 

  2. joe holmes Says:

    I was 8 years old and it was perfect!!! My Doctor, the 9th Doctor :D

  3. Whoogle - Doctor Who News Says:

    ▶ Doctor Who: Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways Q&A – YouTube #doctorwho

  4. tinysteelorchestra Says:

    It always surprised me that Joe Ahearne never worked on the show after
    Series One, given he directed several of the best episodes.

  5. Doctor Who 24/7 Says:

    *Doctor Who: Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways – BFI Q&A*

    Doctor Who returned to our screens after an absence of almost 10 years,
    reinvented for a modern audience with Christopher Eccleston in the lead.
    Producer Phil Collinson, director Joe Ahearne and actor Bruno Langley
    discuss relaunching the Doctor’s career.

    #DoctorWho #BFI #BadWolf #ThePartingoftheWays +BFI 

  6. D Long Says:

    What an unpleasant shifty looking trio;good riddance to the lot of them! An
    awful era of Dr who;Faet gags,soap opera & Fookin Eccleston;The least
    convincing of all portrayals of the DR

  7. D Long Says:

    Whatever the faults of the moffat era, he did at least cast an actor
    capable of portraying an ancient time travelling alien;Matt is the most
    charismatic actor in the role since Tom Baker and I expect Peter Capaldi
    will also be captivating;Eccleston was awkward & unconvincing;he couldn’t
    get a handle on the role and he no longer wants to be associated with the
    series which speaks volumes about his “integrity”

  8. PulpVideos Says:

    Astonishing dodging at the end by PC there, completely swerved the question!

  9. ValeyardOf Gallifrey Says:

    When will we get the latest BFI Doctor Who events?

  10. CRanapia Says:

    Perhaps I’m naive enough to take what Eccleston himself has said over and
    over at face value: He was only ever interested in doing one series. RTD
    and the BBC knew that from the very start. That’s the contract he signed.

  11. D Long Says:

    Correction Fart gags!

  12. annagranfors Says:

    The story I’ve always heard re: Eccleson leaving is: “the main issue he had
    on DW, one of the S1 directors (Keith Boak) treated people like sh*t, Chris
    confronted him, and later got into a fight with Phil Collinson over it
    because he thought Phil was brushing it under the carpet.” Eccleston’s
    always been unable to stand by while crew were maltreated, and to me, his
    concern makes his one year even more *fantastic*. Google CE and KB (with
    full names.) Also, CE wasn’t fond of the Slitheen. I agree.

  13. Timothy Mably Says:

    A segment of it is but in its description there’s a link to the full (20
    minute) panel 🙂

  14. Ben Rodgers Says:

    “I will film Dr Who for seven months over the next two to three years and
    as long as I’m not too tired I’ll do theatre in between” – Eccleston in a
    quickly-deleted interview with the official Doctor Who website. Something
    went wrong. And as Producer it’d be amazing if Collinson didn’t know what
    it was. He even completely avoids the question in this video.

  15. annagranfors Says:

    The quote comes from one of the first three Google results, a site called
    DataLounge. But the first three tell the same story. The post goes on to
    say that Keith Boak wasn’t invited back into the Whoniverse, which speaks
    volumes. (But even though he did the Slitheen episodes, he *did* direct
    “Rose”, so props for that.) But as someone who works in TV and having seen
    that kind of rudeness, my hat’s off to Chris for taking a principled stand,
    and being a marvelous Nine.

  16. StephenDHenderson Says:

    When will the David Tennant one be going up?

  17. eminyashka Says:

    thank you so much.

  18. Ben Rodgers Says:

    In other words Phil Collinson knows why Eccleston left but doesn’t want to
    tell us. The truth will out eventually.

  19. CRanapia Says:

    In the end, if you don’t believe the million-and-one times Eccleston
    himself has said he was only ever interested in doing one series, what
    could Collinson have said to change your mind?

  20. Robin Stinson Says:

    thank you

  21. Daniel Smith Says:

    I consider your opinion incorrect, but I respect you for having it.
    Personally I think Moffat’s “All explosions and sex all the time” is just
    as annoying as you found series one.

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