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EXCLUSIVE Interview With Frazer Hines

On Saturday 30th August at Sheffield Film & Comic Con we caught up with Frazer Hines, who played companion Jamie back in the Second Doctor’s era! Our man Ben chats to Frazer about Series 8, Big Finish, working with Patrick Troughton and more! Check out the interview below:

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Doctor Who Q&A at Sheffield Film & Comic Con 2014

Below you can watch the Doctor Who Q&A session/talk from Sheffield Film & Comic Con 2014 on Saturday 30th August. On the panel were Sylvester McCoy, Sophie Aldred, Frazer Hines, John Leeson and Mat Irvine.   Tomorrow we will have the Torchwood Q&A with Eve Myles and Burn Gorman!

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Frazer Hines Wants To Return To Doctor Who

Frazer Hines, who played Jamie alongside the Second Doctor in the 1960s, isn’t quite finished with Doctor Who just yet. In an interview with Doctor Who Magazine, Hines claimed that he would like to return to the show… full-time. Hines said: “Jamie would still work. They’ve got a young Doctor now [at 26, Smith was the youngest…

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Pointless Celebrities Doctor Who Special Tonight

Just a quick reminder that a Doctor Who edition of Pointless Celebrities will be broadcast tonight at 7:00pm on BBC One and BBC One HD. The show will feature four pairs of Doctor Who stars competing against each other to win the Pointless Trophy. The pairs are as follows: The seventh Doctor team of Sylvester McCoy and…

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Doctor Who Pointless Celebrities Special!

TV Quiz show hit, Pointless is to air a special edition of its celebrity specials featuring 8 different Doctor Who stars! Sophie Aldred (Dorothy ‘Ace’ McShane) Frazer Hines (Jamie McCrimmon) Nicola Bryant (Peri Brown) Louise Jameson (Leela) Bernard Cribbins (Wilf Mott) Andrew Hayden Smith (Jake Simmonds) Jacqueline King (Sylvia Noble) Sylvester McCoy (7th Doctor) The…

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Strong Doctor Who Presence At Sci-Fi Weekender Event

Doctor Who is now made in southern Wales – in and around Cardiff – but, in a few weeks’ time, the Doctor will also be present at an SF event in northern Wales. Sci-Fi Weekender (formerly the SFX Weekender) takes place on 1-3 March at Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and includes, according to the organisers: ‘Big-name guests, interviews,…

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