Doctor Who’s Jenna Coleman backstage at the National Television Awards – exclusive video As Doctor Who picked up awards at last night's NTAs, Jenna Coleman talked "amazing" Peter Capaldi and a "cracking" series eight Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Plus Share on WhatsApp Email to a friend Thursday, 23rd January 2014 at 10:30 am With a 50th anniversary, a new companion AND a regeneration, 2013 was a great year for Doctor Who. A fact which was marked last night when the BBC1 sci-fi show picked up two gongs at the National Television Awards. Advertisement Jenna Coleman, who plays the Doctor’s companion Clara, was there to accept the show’s awards, for best drama and best drama performance, which she collected for former Doctor Matt Smith. And we were there to chat to her about what to expect from the next year of Doctor Who, and our new timelord Peter Capaldi… Here’s what she had to say: Advertisement Follow @RadioTimes Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Plus Share on WhatsApp Email to a friend Tags RT video Video Sci-fi Jenna Coleman Matt Smith Peter Capaldi Doctor Who Latest news EastEnders: Fi and Mick get passionate? EastEnders: Mick and Linda to split up? Meet the Bake Off class of 2017, including a research scientist, an amateur blacksmith and the show’s oldest ever baker You might like This wonderful fan video unites modern and classic Doctor Who in the most magical mash-up Exclusive | Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who without Jenna Coleman: “I miss her very much” Doctor Who: Into the Dalek video review Doctor Who | What does Jenna Coleman think of new companion Pearl Mackie?