Doctor Who: Murray Gold on the "controversial" 50th special
Doctor Who composer Murray Gold says there's something in the 50th anniversary episode that might be controversial...
During a wide-ranging interview that takes in past, present, and future Doctor Who, composer Murray Gold gave us a few words on the forthcoming 50th anniversary episode, filmed earlier this year.
Though there was understandably very little Gold was able to share publicly, he did tell us this:
"There's some really interesting things to say about [the 50th anniversary special] but I can't say them. It's very, very well directed. There's a thing they've done in it, which might be controversial… It's interesting though."
Hmm. A thing they've done. An interesting thing. A thing that might be controversial. It's not much to go on, granted, but that should get the cogs of Who fandom whirring.
That "very, very well directed" praise, incidentally, goes to director Nick Hurran, who has credits including The Angels Take Manhattan, Asylum of the Daleks, The God Complex, and The Girl Who Waited. The 50th anniversary special was written by Steven Moffat.
Read more from Cameron's interview with Murray Gold, here, and come back tomorrow for the concluding part.
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