Matt Smith Films His Final Doctor Who Episode
Star snapped with Jenna-Louise Coleman and Tardis in Cardiff...
Doctor Who on location in Cardiff.
The departing Time Lord has been snapped with co-star Jenna-Louise Coleman and the Tardis in a park in the Welsh capital, where the hit BBC sci-fi show is produced.
And if you think his hair looks a bit odd, it may be because he's wearing a wig after shaving his head for a role in Ryan Gosling's directorial debut.
The Christmas special, which will see Smith replaced by new Doctor Peter Capaldi, is reported to feature the return of iconic baddies the Cybermen.
Meanwhile the BBC has released details of its programming to mark the show's 50th anniversary in November.
The anniversary special itself - which features Smith and his predecessor David Tennant - will be titled The Day of the Doctor and will be 75 minutes long.
And BBC2 will feature a documentary presented by Dr Brian Cox on the science of the show, while The Culture Show will run a special episode examining the show's cultural significance.
It will also screen An Adventure In Time And Space, a dramatisation of the origins of the show written by Mark Gattiss.
BBC Three will feature a Doctor Who: Monsters And Villains Weekend - with a countdown of the show's scariest monsters.
It will also air Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide - serving as an introduction for those less familiar with the show.
BBC4 will show classic episodes, including the first-ever four-part episode An Unearthly Child.