99% Peter Capaldi. 1% random stuff
"I don’t mind not having a catchphrase! I have a TARDIS. A Companion. And a crusade. So I’ve got an embarrassment of riches."
Peter on his Doctor not having a catchphrase
"…fun little signals of the show’s past, for me, and a connection with childhood, I guess. I realise now… it’s an underlining of where Doctor Who was born for me. It was my childhood."
Peter on how these old Who photos connect him to the shows past and his childhood.
"It’s a reminder that whatever people might think about William Hartnell, this was somebody who was going out to children’s hospitals on his days off, making sick kids feel a little bit better. It reminded me of that element of the show, that connection that kids and young people make to it."
Peter commenting on a picture of William Hartnell dressed as the Doctor visiting children in hospital in the 1960s.
"It’s kind of like a school thing, really. I was looking for some stuff to decorate it. There’s a certain childlike thing… You surround yourself with images, and try to conjure a creative environment, even within the little plastic folder that I’ve bought from the stationary shop, that’s going to constantly remind you of things, put ideas in your head."
Peter on his Whovian binder - which has been spotted in some on location photos.