Call Me the Doctor was the episode of Doctor Who Confidential broadcast in conjunction with The Eleventh Hour.

This episode introduced a new title sequence and logo.

Aspects of production covered[]

  • Matt Smith discusses how his Doctor acts.
  • Steven Moffat discusses how his intention was to start off this Doctor by testing him with a high-stakes story grounded in modern day Earth.

Additional topics covered[]

People interviewed[]

Music list[]

  • "Take That" by Wiley & Chew Fu[1]
  • "I've Got You Under My Skin" by Frank Sinatra
  • "Mischief" by David O'Brien, Album: Cheese, Comedy, Quirky, Oompah ANW 1078
  • "Battle" by Gareth Johnson, Album: RnB, Hip Hop ANW 1170
  • "Whipsnake" by Blair Booth, Album: Comedy, Quirky, Silly ANW 1135
  • "Supersonic" by Igor Dvorkin, Deon Bayley & Adrian Francis, Album: RnB, Hip Hop ANW 1170
  • "Cutting The Deal 2" by Matt Hill, Album: Hip Hop, Garage, Rap ANW 1067
  • "Keep Pumping On My Stereo 2" by Gareth Johnson, Album: US Hip Hop ANW 1413
  • "The Link Up 3 (60)" by Gareth Johnson & Justin Johnson, Album: US Hip Hop, UK Grime ANW 1341
  • "Oh No!" by Marina & The Diamonds
  • "Country Girl" by Primal Scream
  • "Pencil Full of Lead" by Paolo Nutini
  • "Spybreak! (from 'The Matrix')" by Propellerheads
  • "Sonic Boom Boy" by Westworld
  • "Asteroid" by Nick Ingman & Terry Devine-King, Album: Blockbuster Movie Trailers ANW 1392


Elements retained in Cut Down[]

to be added

Home video releases[]

Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series DVD cover.

The "Cut Down" version of this episode was included on the Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series DVD & Blu-ray box set released on 8 November 2010.


  1. Call Me the Doctor. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved on 4 March 2019.