Doctor Who: Kill the Moon - TV Trailer - BBC One

In the near future, the Doctor and Clara find themselves on a space shuttle making a suicide mission to the moon.

Crash-landing on the lunar surface, they find a mining base full of corpses, vicious spider-like creatures poised to attack and a terrible dilemma. When Clara turns to the Doctor for help, she gets the shock of her life.

Saturday, 4th October at 8:30pm on BBC One.

‘Kill the Moon’ - Next Time Trailer - BBC One

The Doctor and Clara face vicious spider-like creatures… and a terrible dilemma.

Saturday, 4th October at 8:30pm on BBC One.

Peter Capaldi chats on The Graham Norton Show, about having to keep being cast in Doctor Who a secret.

Watch the full programme on BBC iPlayer.

Episode 6 - ‘The Caretaker’
The Doctor goes undercover this week, coming face-to-face not only with the terrifying Skovox Blitzer, but also with Clara’s love interest Danny Pink. Designer Stuart Manning drew influences from the 50s, 60s and 70s to create his poster for episode 6, ‘The Caretaker’…
“Writer Gareth Roberts’ episodes have a wonderful sense of unfussiness about them, which somehowfeels very seventies to me,” says Stuart. “So that was the starting point - blocky fonts and simple, chunky shapes. I also wanted to pick up on the theme of overlapping relationships after-hours, but in a tongue in cheek way, which inspired the silhouettes. So film noir meets Abigail’s Party seemed to fit the bill nicely.”

Episode 6 - ‘The Caretaker’

The Doctor goes undercover this week, coming face-to-face not only with the terrifying Skovox Blitzer, but also with Clara’s love interest Danny Pink. Designer Stuart Manning drew influences from the 50s, 60s and 70s to create his poster for episode 6, ‘The Caretaker’…

“Writer Gareth Roberts’ episodes have a wonderful sense of unfussiness about them, which somehowfeels very seventies to me,” says Stuart. “So that was the starting point - blocky fonts and simple, chunky shapes. I also wanted to pick up on the theme of overlapping relationships after-hours, but in a tongue in cheek way, which inspired the silhouettes. So film noir meets Abigail’s Party seemed to fit the bill nicely.”