A doctor of art
Doctor Who was always meant to be partly educational. So it's only natural, as we begin a new Doctor's era, that we here at Tardis attempt a little education — provided from our brand new Doctor. Here, in a short video from the Tate Museum, former art student and Oscar® winner, Peter Capaldi, delves into the mysteries of the surrealist movement.
Brand new Doctor — same old rules
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