Watch Steven Moffat’s Radio Times Cheltenham Literature Festival interview

The Sherlock and Doctor Who showrunner's October conversation with Kirsty Lang is available to watch in full

Last month Radio Times and the Cheltenham Literature Festival teamed up for an extra special treat featuring an extra special storyteller…


This man is behind two of British television’s biggest shows: one is about to celebrate a very special birthday, the other is on the brink of resolving one of the biggest cliffhangers in TV history.

Steven Moffat – Doctor Who showrunner and co-creator of Sherlock – stopped by Cheltenham for a chat with Front Row’s Kirsty Lang, covering the sort of stuff we reckon you lot are pretty interested in. Matt Smith, David Tennant, John Hurt, Peter Capaldi Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman all came up in conversation during an on-stage discussion that sold out in mere minutes.

For those of you who couldn’t be there, we reported the event at length, but now’s your chance to watch the Moff’s interview in full. Taking everyone behind the scenes of two of our most exciting shows, their chat can be seen for free on the Cheltenham Literature Festival website