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Last Christmas
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Synopsis


Santa to the Rescue
Santa to the Rescue
 The Doctor and Clara face their Last Christmas.

 Trapped on an Arctic base and facing their doom The Doctor and Clara are under attack from terrifying creatures. When in danger who are you going to call? Santa Claus!

 But will Santa offer the gift of salvation?



General Information

Season: Thirty Five (New Series 9)
Production Code: 9-X1
Story Number: 253 (New Series: 97)
Episode Number:813 (New Series: 117)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: September 2014
Broadcast Date: 25 December 2014
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff)
Location: None
Writer:Steven Moffat
Director:Paul Wilmshurst
Producer:Paul Frift
Executive Producers:Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat
Assistant Directors:Chris Thomas and Gareth Jones
Script Executive:Lindsey Alford
Script Supervisor:Angela Godfrey
Script Editor:David P Davis
Editors:Adam Trotman and Katrina Aust (Assistant)
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Manager:Simon Morris
Production Assistants:Jamie Shaw and Matthew Jones
Post Production Supervisor:Nerys Davies
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Neville Kidd
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Tracie Simpson
Costume Designer:Howard Burden
Make-Up Designer:Claire Pritchard-Jones
Cameramen:Cai Thompson (Assistant), Katy Kardasz (Assistant), Tom Rowe (Assistant) and Mark McQuoid (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Harry Barnes
Sound Recordist:Deian Llyr Humphreys
Visual Effects:BBC Wales VFX and Milk
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinators:Andy Merchant, Crispin Layfield and Jo McLaren
Stunt Performers:Belinda McGinley and Matt Crook
Title Sequence:Billy Hanshaw
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Music Performed By: The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Music Conducted By: Ben Foster
Music Mixed By: Jake Jackson
Music Recorded By: Gerry O'Riordan
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Peter Capaldi (The Twelfth Doctor)
Number of Companions: 1The Companion: Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara Oswald) (Rejoins) Number of Acquaintances: 1The Acquaintance: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink) Guest Cast: Nick Frost (Santa Claus), Dan Starkey (Ian) Additional Cast: Nathan McMullen (Wolf), Faye Marsay (Shona), Natalie Gumede (Ashley), Maureen Beattie (Bellows), Michael Troughton (Professor Albert)Setting: North Pole and London Villain:Dream Crabs/The Kantrofarri

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No. Episodes Broadcast
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Duration Viewers
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In Archive
813Last Christmas25 December 201460'16"8.3Yes

Total Duration 1 Hour


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 8.3
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2015)78.70%  (Position = 4 out of 12)


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Notes


This is the tenth consecutive Christmas Special since the show returned in 2005, the fifth Christmas Special written by Steven Moffat and the first full Christmas Special to feature Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor. It is also the third Christmas Special in a row starring Jenna Coleman as Clara.

This story also stars Nick Frost, Natalie Gumede, Michael Troughton and Dan Starkey.

This is the third consecutive Christmas Special in a row to feature Dan Starkey although he has played different characters in each festive story. He had previously appeared in his recurring Sontaran role, Strax, in the 2012 story "The Snowmen", then as Commander Skarr, and his unnamed subordinate, in the 2013 story "The Time of The Doctor". In "Last Christmas" he plays the part of Ian - the slightly belligerent elf. This is his first appearance with minimal make-up.

Nick Frost, who plays the part of Santa Claus, was last seen at the end of "Dark Water/Death in Heaven". Nick Frost is better known for his frequent collaborations with Simon Pegg and director Edgar Wright on hit films such as Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World's End, Cuban Fury and Paul (which he also wrote). On television he was the star of the sitcom Hyperdrive and his most recent role was in the comedy drama Mr Sloane.

Nick has revealed: ' I'm so thrilled to have been asked to guest in the Doctor Who Christmas Special, I'm such a fan of the show. The read-through was very difficult for me; I wanted to keep stuffing my fingers into my ears and scream "No spoilers!" Every day on set I’ve had to silence my internal fan-boy squeals!'.

Steven Moffat, lead writer and Executive Producer, has stated: 'Frost at Christmas - it just makes sense! I worked with Nick on the Tintin movie many years ago and it's a real pleasure to lure him back to television for a ride in the TARDIS'.

Michael Troughton, who plays the part of Professor Albert, was a familiar face on television throughout the 1980s and 1990s with regular roles in the sitcom The New Statesman (as Piers Fletcher-Dervish) and Minder. In 2013 he appeared in Breathless and earlier in 2014 he appeared as a guest star in an episode of Jonathan Creek. Michael Troughton is the younger son of Patrick Troughton, who played the Second Doctor from 1966 to 1969. His older brother David Troughton has appeared in several Doctor Who stories, most notably as King Peladon in the 1972 Third Doctor story "The Curse of Peladon" and Professor Hobbes in the 2008 Eleventh Doctor story "Midnight". David Troughton also appeared in the 1969 Second Doctor story "The War Games".

Also starring are Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames in ITV's Coronation Street, Ideal and Strictly Come Dancing) and Faye Marsay (Anne Neville in BBC One's The White Queen, Candice in Channel 4's Fresh Meat and Pride) and Nathan McMullen (Misfits, Casualty and The Driver).

Being the third consecutive Christmas special to feature Jenna Coleman, as Clara Oswald, this makes her companion with the most appearances on Christmas Day. Catherine Tate, Bernard Cribbins, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are the only other companion actors to have appeared in more than one Christmas special. Although, Karen Gillan's cameo in "The Time of The Doctor", as a hallucination of former companion Amy Pond, could arguably be called a third appearance, albeit not a full one.

It was reported that Jenna Coleman allegedly had a ‘change of heart’ on whether she wanted to stay in the show and appear in Season Thirty Five (New Series 9). This change required the ending of this story to be rewritten. In the original draft of the script, she became an old woman who then died with The Doctor at her side. But this was rewritten with The Doctor awakening a second time and then Clara returning to the TARDIS with The Doctor.

To keep the appearance of Danny Pink a surprise, Samuel Anderson was uncredited in the Radio Times and on the BBC website.

This story has been directed by Paul Wilmshurst (Strike Back and Combat Kids). Paul Wilmshurst also directed the 2014 stories "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express".

The read through for this story took place on the 3rd September 2014 with recording starting less than a week later in Cardiff on the 8th September 2014.

The Doctor is heard to exclaim that ‘nobody likes the tangerines’. Santa Claus is visibly offended by this.

Santa Claus is heard to mention My Little Pony when proving to Shona that he is real.

The name Santa Claus is derived from Saint Nicholas, a 4th Century bishop who, it is said, liked to give gifts secretly.

Santa Claus uses a device similar to a car's remote-locking system to calm Rudolph and ‘turn off’ his shiny red nose. The Tenth Doctor locks and unlocks the TARDIS remotely using the same method in "The End of Time".

The terms ‘dreamy-weamy’ and ‘beardy-weirdy’ are used. These are variations on the phrase ‘timey-wimey’ first used by the Tenth Doctor in the 2007 story "Blink".

The First Doctor previously met Santa Claus in the comic strip story "A Christmas Story", though in the comic strip story "The Land of Happy Endings" it was insinuated that this encounter was all in his head. The Doctor also prevented him from inadvertently tearing the fabric of space in the Second Doctor story "The Man Who (Nearly) Killed Christmas" (published in the Big Finish Productions book "Short Trips 11: A Christmas Treasury"). In "A Christmas Carol" the Eleventh Doctor showed a child in Sardicktown a photograph of himself with Santa Claus and Albert Einstein, and claimed that Santa Claus' real name was Jeff.

One of the random two-digit page numbers Clara gives The Doctor is ‘12’ - a reference to The Doctor being in his twelfth incarnation.

Clara lets it slip to The Doctor that Danny Pink is still dead, something she had withheld from The Doctor at the end of "Dark Water/Death in Heaven". Danny Pink then appears wearing a Santa suit, in the crab-induced dream she is later in.

During Clara's Christmas Day-dream, while standing in the hallway, she becomes suspicious about something not being right and sees blackboards all over the hallway telling her that she's dying. Previously The Doctor used chalk and blackboards to write notes (see "Deep Breath", "Into the Dalek", "Robot of Sherwood" and "Listen").

The Doctor also reveals that he previously lied to Clara, at the end of "Dark Water/Death in Heaven", when he admits that he did not find Gallifrey.

The Doctor states that all the people affected by the Dream Crabs could very well be from different times and places, as time travel is possible within dreams. Madame Vastra once told Clara something similar when explaining the psychic conference call in "The Name of The Doctor". When Clara asked how they were communicating across time, Vastra stated that time travel was possible in dreams. Indeed The Doctor himself at least could have been at a different place in time because when he wakes up he appears to be on the ‘volcano planet’ which he led Clara to believe she was on via a dream patch in "Dark Water/Death in Heaven".

This is not the first time that The Doctor has had to differentiate dreams from reality in life-threatening situations. It previously happened when the dreams were induced by psychic pollen in the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "Amy's Choice".

The Doctor, in Clara's dream, tells her that Danny died saving the world, but Danny states that he died saving her.

When The Doctor gained himself access to Clara's dream and meets Danny, The Doctor greats him with ‘Merry Christmas PE’. He had previously mockingly called Danny by PE.

Clara is wearing a nightdress for the entire story. Amy wore one (without a dressing-gown on top, though) in her first trip in the TARDIS (see "The Beast Below").

The Doctor has Clara concentrate on doing sums to distract her from the Dream Crabs, something she later does when trying to avoid the escaped Dream Crab in the lab. The Third Doctor used a same technique - albeit with simpler sums - to force Jo Grant to focus on something except the brainstorm being experienced by Axos in the 1971 story "The Claws of Axos".

Clara is seen giving The Doctor a hug, to which The Doctor is annoyed. The Doctor previously told her that this self does not like hugging. He does not seem to like joining hands, too (see "Deep Breath", "Listen" and "Dark Water/Death in Heaven").

The song we see Shona dancing to, in order to distract herself from the Dream Crabs, is Merry Xmas Everybody was originally a hit for Slade. It was written by band members Noddy Holder and Jim Lea and reached number one in the UK singles chart on the 15th December 1973 (incidentally the same day Sarah Jane Smith made her debut and the Sontarans first appeared during the first episode of the Third Doctor story "The Time Warrior"). This song can also be heard playing in the garage where Mickey Smith worked when the newly-regenerated Tenth Doctor crashed back into the Powell Estate in the 2005 Christmas special "The Christmas Invasion". It can also be heard playing at Donna Noble's first wedding reception in the 2006 Christmas special "The Runaway Bride" and was later heard on the radio in "Turn Left" and "The Power of Three".

When The Doctor leaves Santa Claus on the roof-top he tells Santa, in a mocking way, ‘Happy Easter’.

When The Doctor asks how Santa Claus can have all those presents in his bag, Santa Claus claims that it is ‘bigger on the inside’ – a reference to the TARDIS.

Santa was able to tell the Dream-infected people to get back in their beds, telling them it was Christmas Eve and they should go early to bed. In the 2005 Ninth Doctor story "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances" The Doctor was previously able to tell all the Empty-people to go to bed by acting as their requested 'Mummy' and grounding them.

When Ashley declares ‘God bless us, every one!’ she’s quoting Tiny Tim, one of the main characters in Charles Dickens’ 1843 classic story A Christmas Carol.

Professor Albert is heard to compare the Dream Crabs to the Facehuggers from the movie Alien. The Doctor replies that he finds it offensive that a horror movie is named Alien, commenting ‘No wonder everyone keeps invading you!’.

Alien, the 1979 science-fiction classic directed by Ridley Scott, featured John Hurt who over thirty years later played the part of the War Doctor in the 2013 Fiftieth Anniversary Special "Day of The Doctor".

Other films referenced in this story are the 1951 film The Thing From Another World (more commonly known as The Thing), in which a group of scientists in the Arctic are menaced by an alien creature, and Miracle on 34th Street, where a man claims to actually be Santa Claus. Along with Alien both movies appear on Shona's Christmas Day film list along with Game of Thrones. The first three films are very clearly sources for this story.

The 1984 film Ghostbusters is also referenced when the famous question is asked: ‘Who you gonna call?’ The Tenth Doctor quoted that exact line in the 2006 Tenth Doctor story "Army of Ghosts/Doomsday" and in the 2013 Eleventh Doctor story "Hide" in which Clara claimed that she and The Doctor were ghostbusters!

When The Doctor visits the elderly Clara, he helps her to open a Christmas cracker, returning the favour she did for the Eleventh Doctor in "The Time of The Doctor" when he was too weak to pull a cracker by himself.

At the end of this story, a nightdress-clad Clara is seen leaving her home, with The Doctor, in the TARDIS in the dead of night. Amy Pond's travels with The Eleventh Doctor began in similar fashion at the end of the 2010 story "The Eleventh Hour".

This is the eleventh episode to premiere on the 25th December. Only one episode during the original run of the show has debuted on Christmas Day - "The Feast of Steven", which was the seventh part of the 1965/66 First Doctor story "The Daleks' Master Plan". At the close of that episode the First Doctor is heard to say, ‘Incidentally, a Happy Christmas to all of you at home!’ The audio to this greeting was used in a BBC trailer that was broadcast on the run up to "Last Christmas".

The opening titles for this story have been given a festive tweak. The clockfaces the TARDIS flies through are blue and icy, and the TARDIS is covered in snow. The names of the lead actors dissolve into particles, and the closing time vortex has flying snowflakes. This means that the three most recent stories have each featured slightly different versions of the title sequence.

For the first time more than two people are credited during the opening titles. Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman's names appear normally, then Nick Frost's name appears between the Doctor Who logo and the story title credit.

A preview of this story was shown during the 2014 edition of Children in Need which featured The Doctor, Clara, Nick Frost as Santa Claus, and Dan Starkey and Nathan McMullen as elves.

On the 11th December 2014 the BBC released a 30 second trailer for this story on YouTube.

It was announced, in a caption shown just before the end titles, that The Doctor and Clara would return in 2015 in a story called "The Magician's Apprentice".

The title of the next story was confirmed by Steven Moffat a week prior to this special's broadcast. Interestingly Shona is heard several times during this story likening The Doctor to a magician and Santa Claus is also heard to make a passing mention of the very same nature. The Doctor also previously noted this about himself in "Time Heist".

Upon airing "Last Christmas" received highly positive reviews from television critics, with many praising the fun, scary nature of the story and noting the influences of both Inception and Alien. Many critics also expressed praise for the confirmation that Jenna Coleman was not leaving the show as had previously been rumoured.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 Though not technically part of Season Thirty Five (New Series 9) this is the first real story of this season.

 The first full Christmas Special to feature Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor.

 The first Doctor Who story starring Dan Starkey playing a non-Sontaran role.

 The first time more than two people are credited during the opening titles.


The Lasts (Subject to Future Stories):

 Howard Burden's last involvement in the show as Costume Designer.


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The Plot

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Clara Meets Santa Claus
Clara Meets Santa Claus

On a frosty night before Christmas, Clara Oswald is woken up by the sound of something crashing on her rooftop. Putting on her dressing gown, she leaves her room to investigate and is astonished to find Santa Claus, two elves, a sleigh and flying reindeer stranded on her roof. Although she tries to deny Santa's existence as a fairy tale when she is spotted, Santa questions if she still believes in fairy tales, before being interrupted by The Doctor who soon arrives to take Clara away, but not before Santa tells him that he will need his help before the night is over, while offering him a tangerine. After informing Santa that no one loves tangerines, The Doctor follows Clara into the TARDIS. Once inside, he questions her on her belief of Santa, to which she answers that she still does as he whisks her away.

Meanwhile inside a scientific base at the North Pole, a group of scientists make an attempt to save their fellow base personnel, who have been taken over by crab-like creatures. As Shona prepares to enter an infirmary one of the scientist called Ashley tells her not to think about them and to concentrate on something else. Shona enters the infirmary, and begins dancing to Slade's Merry Christmas Everybody which appears to take her mind off the victims. However as she reaches the end of the infirmary The Doctor and Clara arrive on the scene.

As Clara wonders what has happened to the victims, they wake up and begin moving. Shona warns them not to think about what they can see, and The Doctor deduces that the creatures attached to the victim's faces are both deaf and blind, but they use telepathy to keep a constant image of themselves in someone's memory, allowing them to 'see'. As the victims close in, the remaining scientists appear with guns ready to attack, just as several crab-like creatures appear from the ceiling and attack the group.

The Doctor Confronts Santa Claus
The Doctor Confronts Santa Claus

Rescue comes in the form of Santa Claus and his two elves. Santa Claus also provides a specimen of one of the creatures which enables The Doctor to identify the creature as a Kantrofarri or a ‘Dream Crab’. The Doctor explains that when a Dream Crab attacks someone, it places them into a telepathically induced dream state. Whilst the victim is 'dreaming', the crab drills into the victim's head and eats away at their brain.

It is during this time that both The Doctor and Clara reveal they had lied to each other during their last meeting; Clara on Danny Pink having returned from the Nethersphere instead of dying while The Doctor falsely claimed to have found Gallifrey. While investigating the Dream Crabs, The Doctor sends Clara to recover Santa's specimen, only for The Doctor to then realise that they use telepathic connections to their intended victims and that if you are thinking about a Dream Crab, a Dream Crab is most likely coming for you. Therefore when Clara enters the room she finds, what was thought was a dead creature, is now missing from the container. It appears and begins to stalk her, at which point Clara tries to distract herself by first thinking of maths equations and then of Danny. This however doesn't work and the Dream Crab attacks her.

The Doctor
The Doctor

Sent into a dream world, Clara is reunited with her dead lover, Danny, on Christmas day but discovers chalkboards with a message warning her that she is in fact dying. However, she ignores them and continues to focus on Danny. The Doctor, needing to save her, allows himself to fall victim to another Dream Crab so as to enter her dream world and confront her. The Doctor urges Clara to believe that it's all just a dream, so they can both wake up. However, Clara does not believe The Doctor, until Danny tells her to accept the reality of his death, stating their reunion has been a bonus for her at Christmas. Accepting this The Doctor and Clara both wake up, discovering that the Dream Crabs die and turn into dust if removed from a host.

But something is wrong. Upon waking back in the research station Clara complains of a pain on the right side of her head. Shona also confirms she has the same pain. The Doctor realises that they have not truly woken up and are simply in a different layer of a multi-faceted dream and have been since the initial attack when they arrived - in reality, none of them actually escaped when the Dream Crabs attacked them. The Doctor proves this with the base's manual, that each of them had been issued with, in which they find that the first word of any chosen page is different for each of them, rather than identical as it should be. The Doctor further deduces that the Dream Crabs could not stop their sub-conscious from fighting back, which came in the form of Santa, who aids them in waking up.

The Doctor decides to leave with Clara, leaving the scientists in their base to deal with the Dream Crabs, but Clara reminds him of meeting Santa on her roof before they arrived and he realises that they are still dreaming from different places and possibly times. On returning to the scientific base The Doctor questions the scientists on why they only have four manuals, when they are a crew of eight people. They then come to the realisation that the victims are really themselves, or rather dream constructs of what's coming to kill them.

Clara
Clara

The victims awaken and transport themselves through the bases' CCTV system, killing Albert in the process. The group then travel outside and try to work out a way to escape, which The Doctor suggests using the TARDIS but as they head towards the time-machine, dream constructs of The Doctor and Clara appear. Facing defeat, The Doctor reminds everyone that Santa helped them to survive their previous attack and so tells everybody to use their imagination to dream of Santa. The Doctor, Clara and the three surviving scientists find themselves on Santa's sleigh flying above London.

The Doctor reveals to Clara that the scientists are, in reality, ordinary people and having been rescued by Santa, the memories of the group's real lives start coming back to them as one by one they all wake up in the real world. Until only Clara is left enjoying the sleigh ride.

The Doctor, upon getting free, traces the psychic signal linking their dreams back to Clara and so rushes to her aid and is able to remove the Dream Crab from her face only to then discover that Clara is now an old woman, as sixty-two years have apparently elapsed since they last met. As they catch up together, The Doctor regrets not coming back for her sooner. Their reunion though is suddenly interrupted by the arrival of Santa, who bids The Doctor to act on his regret before it is too late.

The Doctor, realising that he is still dreaming, wakes up for real, and rushes to the real Clara and removes the Dream Crab from her face again. To his relief she is the same age as when he last saw her. Wanting no regrets and offering her all of time and space, The Doctor implores Clara to join him again. As the pair depart, in the TARDIS, they are unaware of a tangerine having been left on Clara's windowsill.

 
Santa Claus
Santa Claus
Dreaming of Danny
Dreaming of Danny
The Kantrofarri
The Kantrofarri
The Sleigh Ride
The Sleigh Ride
 
The Doctor Awakes
The Doctor Awakes
Rescuing Clara
Rescuing Clara
Old Clara
Old Clara
The Invitation
The Invitation




Quote of the Story


 'So all of time and all of space is sitting out there. A big blue box. Please don't even argue.'

The Doctor (to Clara)



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Release Information

FormatTitleRelease Date (UK)Code NumberCover ArtRemarks
Video
DVD
Last ChristmasJanuary 2015BBCDVD 4009Photo-montage
Video
Blu-Ray
Last ChristmasJanuary 2015BBCBD 0292Photo-montage
Audio
CD
Original Television Soundtrack - Series 8May 2015Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
Video
DVD
The Christmas Specials Box Set (Limited Edition)October 2015BBCDVD 4059Photo-montageBoxed set containing 10 Christmas stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Christmas Specials Box Set (Limited Edition)October 2015BBCBD 0314Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 10 Christmas stories
Video
DVD
The Complete Ninth Series Box SetMarch 2016BBCDVD 4066Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 8 stories plus the 2014 & 2015 Christmas Specials
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Ninth Series Box SetMarch 2016BBCBD 0327Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 8 stories plus the 2014 & 2015 Christmas Specials
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Ninth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)March 2016BBCBD 0357Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 8 stories plus the 2014 & 2015 Christmas Specials


In Print

No Book Release
Doctor Who Magazine - PreviewIssue 481 (Released: January 2015)
Doctor Who Magazine - ReviewIssue 482 (Released: February 2015)

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