Dr Who: Keeley in TV & Satellite Week (20th-26th September 2014)

Keeley Hawes has been interviewed by TV & Satellite Week for the upcoming Dr Who episode this Saturday.  Be sure to watch!

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(thanks to Lorna for the scan)

Keeley Hawes Interview with London Evening Standard (Sept 2014)

A portion of the ES interview with Keeley Hawes has been published.  In it she talks about having the riot police surround her to take a selfie.  You can read about this event HERE.

Dr Who: Image of Keeley Hawes in "Time Heist", Episode 5

BBC and BBC America have released some images from next Saturday's episode of Dr Who with Keeley Hawes as Ms Delphox.  

Photo Credit: Adrian Rogers, ©BBC/BBC Worldwide 2014

Photo Credit: Adrian Rogers, ©BBC/BBC Worldwide 2014

Dr Who: Trailer for Time Heist (Series 8 Episode 5)

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Watch Keeley in next Saturday's episode!

The Doctor turns bank robber when he is given a task he cannot refuse - steal from the most dangerous bank in the cosmos. With the help of a beautiful shape-shifter and a cyber-augmented gamer, the Doctor and Clara must fight their way past deadly security, and come face-to-face with the fearsome Teller - a creature of terrifying power that can detect guilt.

Keeley Hawes interview with RED (Oct 2014) "Best Things in Life"

Keeley has made RED's Women of the Year shortlist and has been interviewed this month.

In the expanded interview, Keeley talks about her iconic role as Lindsay Denton in the second series of Line of Duty, including depression something both Keeley and her character Lindsay have experienced.

‘I started suffering with depression when I was 17. It’s not something that’s cured and then goes away and you move on. You are always aware, even if it’s only on a bad morning here and there, that it can escalate quickly. Life is too short for that. I wouldn’t let it happen again. I wouldn’t let it overtake me.’

Has she had therapy? ‘It didn’t really work for me. I’ve got a chemical imbalance that has to be managed. And then it’s fine. I’d much rather it was managed than I live my life battling away with something that can be fixed.’

The full interview will be in the October issue of RED magazine and will be available Sept 4th.

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