Cardiff commuters will have to make way for Dr Who next week as the BBC uses the city’s streets for the filming of the new series.
While we don’t know if the filming will cause traffic chaos, a reliable *Tardis insider told us it did, or will, or whatever.
Working Street and St John Street will be closed from 6pm on Tuesday July 20 until 5am on Wednesday July 21 to make way for BBC crews and filming – but allowances will be made for pedestrians coming from the St David’s Hall concerts.
St Mary Street, High Street and Guildhall Place will also be closed from 11pm on Wednesday July 21 until 5am on Thursday July 22.
BBC Wales is producing the television comeback of Dr Who. The new series, written by Swansea-born dramatist Russell T. Davies, will star Christopher Eccleston as Dr Who and Billie Piper as his companion.
The 13-episode series is to be shown on the BBC early next year.
*The Tardis is the Doctor's method of travel through both time and space - all Gallifreyan Time Lords use Tardises for getting from A to B - and from then to now. They are excellent for predicting traffic jams.
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