What you don't see backstage is what really controls the show.
I love photography. My boyfriend's got a great camera, which I bought for his birthday.
Before I got Doctor Who, I went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I went back to take the final grade exam, which is the grade you have to take before you can take the teacher's diploma.
I got very fit that week with all the running around that we di. I was always last, because I can't run as fast as everyone else. I'm useless at running.
When we went to Belfast we saw some beautiful countryside and coastlines.
I found it a little bit stressful, because I wasn't used to working with Doctor Who. I got the impression I'd walked into the end of seven years and it was all a bit tense.
I enjoyed showing a bit more leg in the last few stories. It was good fun, but it can be quite sexist. But it doesn't worry me personally all that much.
I think I must have too much to eat, we were doing a scene where we were crawling, and I ripped my trousers. I was very embarrassed. I was sown in, stitched in, quickly!
One of my favorite stories was Black Orchid, because it was so different from all the others. I especially enjoyed dancing the Charleston. I have always been keen on dancing.
The cybermen are good monsters, I think. My earliest memories are of the cybermen from when I used to watch when I was younger. It's nice to have them back.
After two years of doing one show, you do get attached to everyone.
I do still like television very much, but the theatre does really have something special about it.
I don't think I would have stayed for the second season if I hadn't been happy.
I enjoyed working with Peter, I was very pleased when I heard he was going to be the Doctor.
I like the stories with the historical themes.
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