The BBC has been celebrating the success of its iPlayer over the festive period. High profile shows like Gavin &
The Master is back, the Doctor’s been teleported to an unknown planet, and her companions are plummeting from the sky!
Doctor Who has finally returned to our screens with Spyfall Part One debuting on BBC One on New Years Day.
Laura Fraser has been talking to the British press about her role in this Sunday’s Doctor Who, Orphan 55, in
“There’s a huge sense of excitement but also continued sense of wanting to take the show further and raise the bar again.”
Spyfall, the debut serial of Doctor Who Series 12, concluded with a big revelation, and hints that the “Timeless Child”,
“I couldn’t feel more proud to be incarnating the character.”
Or, if, you will, The World Is Not Enough. And of course, spoilers for Spyfall Part 2 follow, so read
The first part of Spyfall, the debut story of Doctor Who Series 12, aired on 1st January 2020 to a
Secret service agents across the world are being attacked, their DNA rewritten. Mysterious aliens, seemingly made of light and capable