Cardiff post house works with BBC Studios, BBC Wales and other local suppliers on eleventh series of the show


Cardiff-based post house Gorilla has provided the online edit and finishing for the eleventh series of Doctor Who, which airs this weekend.

Gorilla managing director Rich Moss said: “We are proud to be working with BBC Studios alongside BBC Wales and other local suppliers on such a high profile and important series from Wales. Doctor Who was the original catalyst for drama growth in Wales so it’s great to be part of the team.”

Making history as the first female doctor to play the role, Jodie Whittaker replaces Peter Capaldi as the thirteenth Doctor.

The new series has 10 episodes and a Christmas special. The first episode titled The Woman Who Fell to Earth launches on 7 October on BBC One, with each episode of the series airing on a Sunday for the first time in the show’s history.

Gorilla recently expanded into central Cardiff, complimenting its Cardiff Bay HQ. Its second premises includes 10 permanent edit suites and on-site technical support.

Gorilla’s operations director Paul Owen added: “We’re really proud to be part of what is a great success story in Wales. The Doctor Who brand is something really special to be involved in.”