The new Radio Times - on sale from today - not only features a Peter Capaldi cover but also and interview with the Moff who recalls writing "The Day of the Doctor" and casting Peter Capaldi:
“When you choose a Doctor, you want somebody who is utterly compelling, attractive in a very odd way,” writes Moffat. “None of the Doctors are conventionally attractive, but they’re all arresting. Handsome men don’t quite suit. Matt Smith’s a young, good-looking bloke from one angle but is actually the strangest looking man from another. You need that oddity; you need somebody who is carved out of solid star, really."The new Radio Times also features:
Your own 16-page guide to the Bafta TV Awards 2014 featuring David Attenborough, Dominic West, Rory Kinnear, Helen George, Laura Carmichael, Natalie Dormer and much, MUCH more...
Hollywood's latest star Oscar Isaac on his role in the new Star Wars movie – and staying under the celebrity radar
Alan Titchmarsh on why he's happy to say no to the BBC
We pay a visit to the set of Mr Sloane with Nick Frost and Olivia Colman
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A tribute to the doyen of sports commentators David Coleman
Actor Bernard Hill on his new drama throwing light on the IRA's bombing of Manchester city centre in 1996
Griff Rhys Jones marvels at the hard-living, egotistical, reckless poet Dylan Thomas
BBC Young Musician 2014: world-renowned trumpeter Alison Balsom wants to bring the joy of music into every classroom
In the grip of polio – a personal view, by Peter Preston