An audio interview of Stephen (the first 20 minutes is his part) from this page

Stephen did this during his one-man Macbeth tour in Sydney back in early 2006. A very old piece of interview.

a great find!


Journalist Aaron Sagers interviews Doctor Who actors Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman, and showrunner Steven Moffat, about tapping into the quirks of previous actors who embodied the role.

“First of all, it’s pronounced Cap-A-ldi”

Peter Capaldi - ABC interview (via marshmallowcapaldi)


I’m glad he’s standing up for his name for once! People, esp. English speaking people, keep doing awful things to his surname, and it’s driving me up the wall. :)

“It depends what it is. That’s the truth. It depends if they like me or not. The thing I do know because I’m a fan of Doctor Who is that if there are a lot of people who don’t like me, there will also be some people who really like me, and that’s quite a nice feeling. That’s the nature of the show. People will take sides.”
— Peter on whether he’s looking forward to the fan reaction - good to see some of the traditional bluntness there. (via kitt66)

(via kitt66)

“The great thing about Doctor Who is that you know someone, somewhere, somebody loves you. And the more everyone else hates you, the more they will love you. ‘He was my Doctor’ they will say.”
— Peter showing how well he knows Doctor Who fandom (Big Issue)
“I had a codename, they called me Houdini. They took me to a car park like some terrible Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy thing and put a blanket over my head to take me to the studio.”
— Peter recalling the fuss over his big reveal. (Big Issue)


[listening the bit from that episode Tom Baker was stuck by the scarf]
Dangerous times, will you have a scarf?