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Red Carpet Interviews with Steven Moffat, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Piers Wenger, Beth Willis, plus Paul Castle in Doctor Who: Podshock 192


By Louis Trapani - Posted on 20 April 2010

Doctor Who: Podshock 192

"Hello. I'm the Doctor. Basically… run!"

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 192
Running Time: 0:50:05

We interview Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Steven Moffat, Piers Wenger, Beth Willis and others in NYC (part 1 of our coverage of the New York Doctor Who events of April 2010 at the Paley Center for Media, the Apple SoHo store, and the East Village Cinema), plus Paul Castle at Gallifrey 21 discusses his book, Shooty Dog Thing.

Hosted by Louis Trapani with Ken Deep.

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If you missed Matt Smith's first full episode as the Doctor on BBC America, you can now purchase the episode from Apple's iTunes. Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour is now available on iTunes (in the US).

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Doctor Who - Doctor Who, Season 5 - The Eleventh Hour Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour

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Doctor Who - Doctor Who, Season 5 Doctor Who - Series 31 ("Season 5")

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Doctor Who - Doctor Who, Season 5 - A First LookDoctor Who - Doctor Who, Season 5 - A First Look

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