One of the stars of the latest episode, Revolution of the Daleks, reveals a bit more about making Doctor Who with the Thirteenth Doctor.
Chris Noth has starred in two episodes alongside Jodie Whittaker’s portrayal of the Doctor as Jack Robertson – the shady businessman responsible for giant spiders under Sheffield, and an insidious Dalek plot to take over the world!
The actor reveals more in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine. Find out in an exclusive extract below.
Doctor Who Magazine Issue #562 is on sale from Thursday 4th March 2021. It is available to order as a subscription, either physical or digital, here.
Chris Noth talks about working with the Thirteenth Doctor herself, as he explains:
I can’t tell you how much I admire Jodie. I know what it’s like to have children and to continue your job as an actor. It’s hard work. Jodie works very long hours and it’s complicated and technical – but she’s whip-smart and just a joy. She has such great energy and timing and presence.
It could be because I was brought up by a single mother, but I’ve been very lucky to have been in shows with very strong leading ladies. Whether it’s doing Doctor Who with Jodie, working with Queen Latifa in The Equalizer, The Good Wife or Sex and the City...
Read the full interview in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine.
Issue 562 also includes:
- Some of Doctor Who’s most renowned illustrators discuss their techniques: Chris Achilléos, Colin Howard, Martin Geraghty, Stuart Crouch, Anthony Dry and Anthony Lamb all speak exclusively to DWM.
- Television producer John Lloyd discusses his never-realised 1979 four-parter The Doomsday Contract ahead of its Big Finish release.
- Meet the collectors committed to acquiring the autographs of their favourite stars.
- Behind-the-scenes insights into the interactive game The Lonely Assassins, including an interview with one of its stars, Ingrid Oliver.
- New CG images recreate the sets from the lost episodes of 1967’s The Moonbase. Plus, an analysis of the serial’s original studio floorplans and a tribute to its designer, Colin Shaw.
- Apocrypha investigates The Mystery of the Marie Celeste, a story from the 1970 Dr Who Annual.
- Reviews of the new Target novelisations Dalek, The Crimson Horror and The Witchfinders.
- The Fact of Fiction analyses 2012’s Dinosaurs on a Spaceship.
- The final part of The White Dragon, a new comic-strip adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor.
- New regular feature Sufficient Data crunches Doctor Who’s numbers.
- Previews and reviews, news, prize-winning competitions, Time and Space Visualiser and more.
Don’t delay! Doctor Who Magazine Issue #562 is on sale from Thursday 4th March 2021. It is available to order as a subscription, either physical or digital, here.