The Doctor Who star will be appearing with Dermot O’Leary, and Dev and Alice, over the next couple of days

Only eighteen sleeps left until Spyfall! (Blogtor Who understands Spyfall is where we start, a thousand miles and poles apart, where worlds collide and days are dark.) And while we may have her number (thirteen, naturally) and know her name… Jodie Whittaker is continuing to make the publicity rounds in support of Doctor Who Series 12’s premiere. This weekend that takes her to BBC Radio, as she appears on both BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 this weekend.

First up is an appearance on BBC Radio 1’s Dev and Alice today at 1.40pm. Known for its fun, light style, this episode of Dev and Alice features Whittaker in its Kids Ask feature. She’ll be on hand to answer kids’ questions about acting, life, and travelling the universe in the TARDIS. The episode will be available to fans free, everywhere in the world, on iPlayer here (the link will go live shortly after broadcast).

Then tomorrow morning, Saturday, she’ll join Dermot O’Leary at 8am for his show on BBC Radio 2. They’ll be talking Doctor Who and Christmas, with Robbie Williams also on hand in the studio to give life performances of tracks from his new Christmas album – The Christmas Present. As with Dev and Alice’s program, the episode will available globally on the free BBC iPlayer. This link will go live shortly after the broadcast tomorrow.

 

 

(l-r) Graham (Bradley Walsh), the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Yaz (Mandip Gill), and Ryan (Tosin Cole) return for Doctor Who Series 12 (c) BBC Studios
(l-r) Graham (Bradley Walsh), the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Yaz (Mandip Gill), and Ryan (Tosin Cole) return for Doctor Who Series 12 (c) BBC Studios

Doctor Who returns with Spyfall on New Year’s Day at 6.55pm

Jodie Whittaker is back as the Doctor alongside Tosin Cole (Ryan) Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Bradley Walsh (Graham). Chris Chibnall returns as showrunner with Matt Strevens as Executive Producer. Spyfall guest stars Stephen Fry and Sir Lenny Henry CBE and is written by Chris Chibnall.

 

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