On March 14, Wolf Studios in Wales hosted group of young student as part of its Industry Day. The students enjoyed a unique opportunity via Screen Alliance Wales to speak to the crew who are organising the new Doctor Who series at Wolf Studios Wales.
Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies opened the event with a talk about the regeneration of the programme.
Producer Phil Collinson, production designer Joel Collins and block producer Vicki Delow also spoke at the event.
This week, we welcomed over 120 students to an Industry Day at the studio. Grateful to @russelldavies63 for opening the event & talking about the Welsh regeneration of the Doctor back in 2005 – before heads of 11 different departments shared insight into their roles.@BadWolf_TV pic.twitter.com/T0sE8GYZxV
— Screen Alliance Wales (@ScreenAllianceW) March 17, 2022
Thank you to @ScreenAllianceW @BadWolf_TV for inviting myself and the learners down to the studios to speak to the new crew who are organising the new “Doctor Who” series. Great day and also nice to speak to the crew face to face to get an idea of what career paths to take. 📸🎬 pic.twitter.com/ZQM68kGVN6
— ibbyabdi (@ibbyabdi) March 15, 2022
The students spoke to the Doctor Who Wolf Studios heads of department face to face to discuss career options.
This is a positive sign that preparation for new episodes Doctor Who is underway.
Past and returning Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies visited Wolf Studios on March 3.
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The next two episodes of Doctor Who to air were produced out of Roath Lock Studios in Wales by showrunner Chris Chibnall. They are the 2022 spring special Legend of the Sea Devils and the Doctor Who BBC centenary special which will air autumn 2022.