Announced directors for Doctor Who Series 11 include Sallie Aprahamian (Extremely Dangerous, The Sins), Jamie Childs (the director behind Jodie Whitaker’s casting reveal), Jennifer Perrott (award-winning short film The Ravens), and Mark Tonderai (a director with a whole load of genre experience, including episodes of Lucifer, Gotham, Black Lightning and Nightflyers, and House At The End Of The Street).
Confirmed writers include Malorie Blackman (the author of the Noughts And Crossesseries), Ed Hime (Skins), Vinay Patel (Murdered By My Father), Pete McTighe (original writer of Australian prison drama Wentworth), and Joy Wilkinson (The Life And Adventures Of Nick Nickleby). For more information about each of the writers and directors, read the full BBC press release. Series 11 stars Jodie Whitaker as the Doctor, and Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill as her companions.
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