The inaugural Radio Times Festival, a celebration of radio and television broadcasting, is set to take place at Hampton Court Palace between 24th-27th September.
The four-day event will feature a dedicated Doctor Who panel on Friday 25th September, attended by current Doctor Peter Capaldi and executive producers Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin:
Doctor Who holds a unique place in British popular culture. Here, the Doctor himself, Peter Capaldi, is joined by creative chief Steven Moffat and executive producer Brian Minchin to talk Time Lords, Daleks and Cybermen. Together, they will reveal the inner workings of the Whoniverse.
On the same date there will also be an event featuring former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies, who brought the show back to our screens in 2005:
From busting social taboos with dramas such as Queer as Folk, to inspiring the reboot of Doctor Who, Russell T Davies is one of Britain’s most innovative screenwriters. Here he explains how he made the journey from Swansea schoolboy to one of the leading creative voices in television.
Tickets for both sessions are now on sale for Radio Times subscribers, and will go on sale to the general public from 23rd June through the Radio Times Festival’s website.
[Source: Doctor Who News]