- Robert Carlyle would love to be the next Doctor (Daily Record)
- "Doctor Who should be a woman" says female scientists (Telegraph)
- Why is the Brigadier joining Sarah Jane? (Guardian)
And in an interview with Penelope Wilton (Telegraph) there is an interesting Doctor Who reference...
"When Russell T Davies, the driving force behind Doctor Who, wrote a role especially for Ms Wilton – she played a meek backbench MP who, after helping to defeat an alien invasion, goes on to become prime minister – she said yes immediately.
However, in a recent episode, her character was "exterminated" by the Daleks. "It was fabulous fun," she says. "And I got to sacrifice myself to save the world. Though when you are exterminated on Doctor Who, chances are that you are not dead at all. I could simply have gone to another galaxy.
"You never know – I might make a return."
Plus a Radio Times article (that for the life of me I can't find!) has said this about The Next Doctor:
"DM and DT deal with a temporal paradox"
"Regeneration is a complex process - and never as easy as it seems"
"my Doctor wants to ask about himself and his past"
"Well the ultimate character, really. But a tragic character,too. Something terrible has happened to him"