DOCTOR WHO: ANEURIN BARNARD 'SET TO JOIN THE CAST' FOR SERIES 14
The following may contain spoilers for Doctor Who Series 14. Includes set images and filming details.
Filming on the new series of Doctor Who, Series 14, has resumed following the festive break in Cardiff today.
The next Doctor, played by Ncuti Gatwa, will take control of the TARDIS over the festive period in 2023. Ncuti will be joined in the TARDIS by Coronation Street's Millie Gibson, playing new companion Ruby Sunday.
Filming tonight (Tuesday 3rd January) has seemingly revealed a new cast member. Aneurin Barnard, best known for Peaky Blinders, has reportedly joined the cast. The BBC have not officially confirmed Aneurin's involvement in the show, however it looks like he's set to play a politician seeking elected office.
A makeshift campaign office has been spotted in Cardiff, seemingly being used as a Doctor Who filming location. The outlet is adorned by posters of Roger AP Gwilliam (Barnard), part of 'Albian', who campaign for a 'Bigger, Better, Bolder Britain'.
Update: The BBC declined to comment on speculation over Aneurin's casting when approached by TV Zone. More details about the series will be revealed in due course.
Doctor Who returns this November with three special episodes starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate to celebrate the show's 60th Anniversary.