Entertainment 'Doctor Who' star Jodie Whittaker issues reassuring message in character: 'Be kind'

19:00  25 march  2020
19:00  25 march  2020 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

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Jodie Whittaker posing for the camera: The Doctor (JODIE WHITTAKER) (BBC / BBC Studios) The Doctor (JODIE WHITTAKER) (BBC / BBC Studios)

Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who character The Doctor has shared some essential advice while ‘hiding from Sontarans’ in a new video released on the official social media channels for the BBC sci-fi series.

Appearing in costume, and apparently filmed on her own mobile device, Whittaker’s Timelord is seen peeking out of a window from behind curtains before turning to camera and saying: “Oh hi, this is an emergency transmission”.

The Doctor explains: “If you’re seeing this the TARDIS must have detected an upsurge in psychological signals from somewhere in space and time. Basically, I think somebody, somewhere might be a little bit worried.”

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Hmm, what possibly could the Doctor be referring to?

She explains that she’s “self-isolating”, her way of saying “hiding from an army of Sontarans”, a classic Who alien race, before sharing five tips for coping with “worrying situations”. Here’s a summary, but you really need to watch the whole thing above.

  1. “Remember, you’ll get through this... darkness never prevails”

  2. “Tell jokes... especially bad ones”

  3. “Be kind... sharing will help”

  4. “Listen to science, and listen to doctors”

  5. “Stay strong, stay positive”

The Doctor signs off with “i’ll be seeing you very soon”. 

Jodie Whittaker's Doctor Who signed off promising 'I'll be seeing you very soon' © PA Jodie Whittaker's Doctor Who signed off promising 'I'll be seeing you very soon' Whittaker’s Doctor has recently been confirmed to be returning for a third season of the long-running BBC show. and will be seen in Revolution of the Daleks, a festive special airing this coming holiday season. It’s not yet been confirmed whether it will be a Christmas or New Year special.

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Jodie Whittaker has made history with the announcement that she's set to become Doctor Who 's A teaser clip featured a mysterious hooded character walking through a forest towards the I prefer Dr Who to be a guy.” He said most fans wanted the Doctor to remain male — particularly women.

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Stay at home to stop coronavirus spreading - here is what you can and can't do. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In Northern Ireland, call your GP.

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