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Santa pays the Doctor a visit tonight on Children in Need

Fri, 11/14/2014 - 2:00am

If you’re already suffering from Doctor Who withdrawal symptoms after the spectacular series 8 finale, make sure you’re watching Children in Need on BBC One tonight!

Peter Capaldi and Nick Frost star in a new, exclusive preview of this year’s Christmas Special which will be shown during the appeal show. The clip will also be available online on the Children in Need website soon after its premiere on BBC One!

Want to get involved with Children in Need? You can find out more, including how to donate and what’s happening in your local area by visiting the Children in Need site now!

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A host of familiar Doctor Who names to appear in Atlantis

Tue, 11/11/2014 - 5:01am

Sarah Parish as the Empress in The Runaway Bride.

Doctor Who may have finished for a few weeks but don’t despair, a host of familiar faces from Doctor Who will be appearing in the new series of Atlantis which starts this Saturday…. A year has passed and much has changed. With Minos dead, Ariadne is Queen and finds herself at war with her old adversary: Pasiphae.

Expect high-octane action adventure as Jason, Hercules and Pythagoras are thrust into the heart of politics and power in the city. With richly serialized storylines and complex character arcs, this is a darker, more dangerous time for our heroes: A New Dawn.

Sarah Parish (The Runaway Bride) returns as Pasiphae and Ken Bones (The Time of the Doctor and The Day of the Doctor) reappears later in the series as Melas.

You may also recognise newcomer to Atlantis, Amy Mason, from Torchwood. She plays Medea, Pasiphae’s niece.

Look out for other Doctor Who names including Robert Pugh who played Tony Mack in Cold Blood and The Hungry Earth, Peter De Jersey (The Day of the Doctor) and Ronald Pickup who starred in the 1964 episode, The Tyrant of France.

Atlantis returns 20:30 this Saturday, 15 November on BBC One.

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Doctor Who: The season has finished but the end has been prepared for...

Sat, 11/08/2014 - 4:03pm

The Doctor returns next month for the Doctor Who Christmas Special… We already know it features Nick Frost who popped up at the end of Death in Heaven as Santa Claus, and as we previously reported the Christmas episode will also have several other big name guest stars joining Peter Capaldi!

But you don’t have wait until the festive period to rejoin the Doctor… As usual there will be a Doctor Who presence in this year’s BBC Children in Need. The annual appeal night, packed with stars, surprises and some great comedy sketches, will be on BBC One this coming Friday, 14 November. Make sure you’re watching to catch a treat for Doctor Who fans!

Right now you can watch a brand new video in which Ingrid Oliver (Osgood) talks about her character’s return in the series finale, and elsewhere we celebrate Danny Pink’s adventures. In fact we’ve hundreds of videos that offer everything from clips and prequels to exclusive interviews and introductions to your favourite episodes.

This series saw the launch of Doctor Who Extra and all 12 of these behind the scenes specials are available to view right now. And the Twelfth Doctor’s first series is available in its entirety on BBC iPlayer, but hurry – it won’t be there for much longer…

We’ve quizzes and some classic games available on this site plus a brilliant new game voiced by Peter Capaldi and written by Phil Ford: The Doctor and the Dalek. And finally, why not spend some time looking into the Doctor’s history? We’ve a vast archive that’s crammed with clips, fact files, galleries and much more and we cover every single Doctor Who adventure from the very first episode right up to Death in Heaven.

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram and we look forward to being able to say, once more, ‘The Doctor will see you now…’

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Death in Heaven

Sat, 11/08/2014 - 4:00pm

Death in Heaven proved to be an epic finale packed with surprises, stunts and emotional moments so big that we needed a bumper episode of Doctor Who Extra to do it justice!

If you’re a fan of Missy, this week’s episode is unmissable! Michelle Gomez discusses what it was like to play the self-confessed ‘Queen of Evil’, Steven Moffat tells us how she was cast, costume designer Howard Burden reveals how the Time Lady got her sartorial look and Peter Capaldi gives us his unique take on the Doctor’s former friend.

There’s also an exclusive interview with Samuel Anderson and Jenna Coleman who look back on Danny and Clara’s farewell scenes plus Ingrid Oliver admits how she felt when reading the script to discover that her character - Osgood – was killed in the adventure! Jemma Redgrave (Kate) talks about playing opposite the Cybermen and there’s even time for a potted history of the Master/Missy.

Doctor Who Extra: Death in Heaven is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

 

Saturday: 8.55pm-10.30pmSunday: 6pm-8pmMonday: 3.30pm-5pmThursday: 12pm-5pmFriday: 4pm-9pmSaturday: 8.55pm-10.30pm
Sunday: 6pm-8pm
Monday: 3.30pm-5pm
Thursday: 12pm-5pm
Friday: 4pm-9pm

 

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first eleven episodes of Doctor Who Extra so why not take a step back in time and peek behind the scenes at everything from Peter Capaldi’s debut in Deep Breath, the return of the Daleks or the day the Doctor found a Mummy on the Orient Express…

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Dark Water

Sat, 11/01/2014 - 4:00pm

Dark Water proved to be one of this series’ most ambitious episodes with Cybermen, Danny’s war, the mystery of Missy finally uncovered and some striking location work around St. Paul’s Cathedral. 

Michelle Gomez (Missy) tells us why the episode was so much fun to shoot and Peter Capaldi reveals what he loved about Dark Water. Plus Samuel Anderson spills the beans about his feelings towards Danny’s death and there are exclusive interviews with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat.

As usual, Doctor Who Extra brings you some fantastic footage showing the key scenes being filmed and there’s also time for a dip into the archives as we trace the evolution of the Cybermen from their 1966 debut to Dark Water!  

Doctor Who Extra: Dark Water is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

Saturday: 9pm-11:15pm
Sunday: 12:30am-1.05am, 7:30pm-10pm
Monday: 7:25pm-8pm
Thursday: 7am-3pm
Friday: 7am-3pm 

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first ten episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available immediately after Death in Heaven on Saturday, 08 November.

 

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: In the Forest of the Night

Sat, 10/25/2014 - 2:05pm

If you go down to the woods today… You’re sure to find Doctor Who Extra with Peter Capaldi and the team, along with a unique tour through the trees with Samuel Anderson!

Lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat explains why In the Forest of the Night is such a unique premise and production designer Michael Pickwoad reveals the perils of planting London in the forest…

Plus Peter Capaldi shares his views on this visually striking episode and tells us why he told Jenna that they were ‘both mincemeat’! 

Doctor Who Extra: In the Forest of the Night is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

Saturday: 10pm-11.35pm
Sunday: 9pm-6am
Monday: 9.30pm-6am
Tuesday: 6am-7.30am
Wednesday: 9.30pm-6am
Thursday: 6am-7.30am, 9.30pm-10pm, 11.35pm-6am
Friday: 6am-7:30am, 9pm-6am

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first nine episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available next Saturday, immediately after Dark Water.

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Doctor Who Game: The Doctor and the Dalek

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 4:36am

If you’ve not tried the brilliant new Doctor Who game, The Doctor and the Dalek, head over to the CBBC site where you can play it now!

You’ll be able to complete the entire game without registering so simply click on the link and begin the adventure.

We’re also delighted to reveal that in early 2015 a tablet version of The Doctor and the Dalek will be rolled out, and at that this will be available internationally.

In the meantime you can check out a gallery of images from the adventure or you can play the game right now… Good luck!

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The Doctor and the Dalek: Epic New Game Launches Today!

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 5:04am

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Join the Doctor, voiced by Peter Capaldi, in a brilliant new Doctor Who game that’s just launched on the CBBC website!

The Doctor and the Dalek is a thrilling new game voiced by Peter Capaldi and Nicholas Briggs, the voice of the Cybermen and Daleks. It’s an absolutely epic ride as the game whisks you from a Cyber-ship in deep space to the legendary tombs of Telos and even to Sontar, homeworld of the Sontarans and never before seen on TV! The clip above shows you it’s action all the way as the Time Lord teams up with one of his old enemies in a dangerous mission into the unknown…

Gameplay allows you to take control of the Dalek. Succeed with the challenges thrown your way and you’ll “power up” its abilities but watch out – the game gets harder as you progress with the adventure…

The Doctor and the Dalek was written by Phil Ford (Into the Dalek, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Wizards vs Aliens) and produced by BBC Wales and Somethin’ Else in association with BBC Future Media. In other words, it’s full of the excitement and humour that you expect from any Doctor Who adventure.

In addition to joining the Doctor, fighting monsters and crashing through the cosmos, the game will give you a useful head start with computer coding, so as you battle Cybermen you’ll be improving your cyber skills!

Check out a gallery of images from the game or read the press release issued earlier this week. And don’t forget: it’s available right now, exclusively on the CBBC site.

Play The Doctor and the Dalek now! 

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BBC to Launch ‘The Doctor and the Dalek’ Game for Kids

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 3:49am

A brand new game will introduce computing skills to children as they help the Doctor on his latest adventure.

The BBC has today announced The Doctor and the Dalek, a new online game for CBBC audiences voiced by Peter Capaldi. The game sees the newly regenerated Twelfth Doctor thrown into a dangerous quest with his most devious of enemies in a new, standalone, story from Doctor Who and Wizards vs Aliens TV writer, Phil Ford.

The Doctor and the Dalek – which has been specially released to be part of the BBC's Make it Digital initiative to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, digital technology and programming – will be available freely at bbc.co.uk/cbbc from Wednesday 22nd October.

The Doctor and the Dalek

Players join the action as the TARDIS materialises amidst a deadly pursuit through space – a Dalek Saucer bearing down on a Cyber-ship. But from that Cyber-ship emanates a distress call – from a Dalek! On freeing the battered Dalek from his Cybermen captors, the Doctor finds himself taking his new unlikely ally on a mission to save all of creation from destruction at the hands of his greatest enemies.

But why would a Dalek turn to its mortal foe for help? To find out, join the Doctor and the Dalek in a new adventure spanning the Sontar homeworld and its vile Clone Chambers, which have never been shown on-screen before, as well as reintroducing the icy Cyber-tombs of Telos – last seen in classic Doctor Who episodes.

The Doctor said: "Oi! Short and not-very-old one! I need your help - I’ve got a Dalek and we’ve got a mission to save the universe. So get on over to the CBBC website, and play The Doctor and the Dalek while there’s still a universe left! Come on! Chop chop! Make it Digital on the BBC."

Introducing computing skills

A range of puzzles are featured throughout the game, where players must take control of the Dalek and programme it to “power up” its ability to perform a range of tasks, such as flying. Each puzzle unlocks an achievement that helps the Doctor build the Dalek back to full strength, ensuring it can take on increasingly difficult challenges as the game progresses.

The puzzles are linked to the new computing curriculum and are designed to allow children across the UK to pick up core programming principles as they play. Several key stage 2 and 3 curriculum points – such as combining instructions to accomplish a given goal, using variables to alter behaviour, repetition and loops, and logical reasoning – are seamlessly integrated into the gameplay and, most importantly for children, are intuitive and fun.

Resources accompanying the game will be available from BBC Learning at bbc.co.uk/schoolscomputing for teachers and parents to help children get the most out of the game. These will provide links to other resources available from across the BBC and third parties, enabling children and teachers to take their learning journeys further.

Danny Cohen, BBC Director of Television, said: “The Doctor and the Dalek is a brand new Doctor Who story and a fantastic game, voiced by the wonderful Peter Capaldi. It’s an excellent example of how a hugely popular BBC show can give fans something extra, whilst also introducing wider audiences to increasingly important skills, such as coding and programming.”

Sinéad Rocks, Head of BBC Learning, said: “We’re really excited about the launch of The Doctor and the Dalek as not only is it a really entertaining platform game for kids to play but it’s also a great introduction to some key principles of computer programing. Every puzzle has a strong link to the KS2 or KS3 computer science curriculum. So we think it’s going to be a really valuable tool for students, parents and teachers.”

The Doctor and the Dalek was commissioned by BBC Learning, developed and produced by BBC Wales and Somethin’ Else in association with BBC Future Media.

 

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Flatline

Sat, 10/18/2014 - 2:10pm

It’s all change as Clara ‘becomes’ the Doctor… Find out what Jenna Coleman thought about that switch and get Peter Capaldi’s verdict on why Clara was so effective in the role! Joivan Wade tells us about playing Rigsy, the ‘loveable rogue’ and Matt Bardock (Al) takes us backstage to reveal how the brutal Boneless were brought to life!

There are exclusive interviews with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat and writer Jamie Mathieson who recall how the story developed, and as always there’s some great behind the scenes footage of the key action!

Doctor Who Extra: Flatline is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below. 

Saturday: 9.10pm-10.30pm
Sunday: 5.15pm-7.55pm
Monday: 7.25pm-midnight
Tuesday: 10.30pm-6am
Wednesday: 6am-7.55pm

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first eight episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available next Saturday, immediately after In the Forest of the Night.

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express

Sat, 10/11/2014 - 2:20pm

It’s full steam ahead with Peter Capaldi, Frank Skinner and Foxes as we unwrap Mummy on the Orient Express with exclusive interviews and some brilliant behind the scenes footage.

We follow Foxes as she pays a visit to the TARDIS and discusses her appearance on Doctor Who whilst long-time fan, Frank Skinner, reveals what was most difficult about his role…

There’s also an exclusive interview with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat plus a look at how the terrifying Foretold was brought to life.

Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

 

Saturday: 9:15pm-5:55am

Sunday: 9:40am-11:55am, 3:15pm-7:55pm

Friday: 2pm-6pm

 

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first seven episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available next Saturday, immediately after Flatline. 

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Foxes and Frank on the Orient Express

Fri, 10/10/2014 - 4:02am

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In this special preview clip from Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express, Foxes talks about her new version of a classic song  and we follow her into the TARDIS to find out what she made of the iconic time machine!

This week’s adventure is set on the Orient Express in space and a glance at the passenger list reveals some very familiar names… Frank Skinner stars as Perkins and the award-winning singer, Foxes, is also aboard.

We caught up with them both whilst they were filming Mummy on the Orient Express and in this week’s Doctor Who Extra – available on BBC iPlayer straight after the episode finishes on Saturday - they spill the beans on their time with the Doctor.

As usual, Doctor Who Extra will also bring you some fantastic interviews with Peter Capaldi, head writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat, plus some exclusive behind the scenes footage, as well as our weekly dip into the archives.

If you’ve missed any of the series so far, don’t worry! You can catch the first seven episodes of Doctor Who Extra on BBC iPlayer and this weekend’s episode will be available here at 9.20pm on Saturday.

And finally… a quick reminder that Mummy on the Orient Express is on BBC One, Saturday, at the slightly later time of 8.35pm.

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Kill the Moon

Sat, 10/04/2014 - 2:15pm

Doctor Who lands on the moon… Well, nearly! This week’s Doctor Who Extra follows the cast and crew to Lanzarote and finds out what it took to create this stunning adventure!

From wrestling with rubber monsters and strange ways of dealing with soaring temperatures, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman reveal why the making of this episode proved so memorable! Hermione Norris gives her take on her character and why Lanzarote was such a great location, plus Doctor Who veteran Tony Osoba looks back on his previous appearances.

There’s also an exclusive interview with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat plus a special look across Doctor Who’s history of filming in exotic climes.

Doctor Who Extra: Kill the Moon is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

 

Saturday: 9:10pm-1:10am

Sunday: 11:50am-2pm, 4pm-7:55pm

Tuesday: 3:30pm-7pm

Wednesday: 2:30pm-7pm

Thursday: 3pm-7pm

Friday: 2:40pm-7pm

 

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first six episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available this Saturday, immediately after Mummy on the Orient Express.

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: The Caretaker

Sat, 09/27/2014 - 2:15pm

It’s an episode that’s got everything from robots to romance and in this week’s Doctor Who Extra, Peter Capaldi and the team share the secrets behind it!

Ellis George (Courtney) takes you behind the scenes and Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Samuel Anderson share their views on the adventure. We also catch up with the man behind the machine – Doctor Who veteran Jimmy Vee, who spills the beans on bringing the Skovox Blitzer to life.

There’s an exclusive interview with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat who reveals what riles the Doctor and some fantastic footage showing the episode being filmed.

Doctor Who Extra: The Caretaker is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

Saturday: 9:10pm–10:30pm
Sunday: 4pm-7:55pm
Monday: 7:25pm-midnight
Tuesday: 6am-7pm
Thursday: 3pm-6am
Friday: 6am-4pm

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first five episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available immediately after Kill the Moon on Saturday, 04 October.

 

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Doctor Who: Saturday, at the Later Time of 8.30pm

Thu, 09/25/2014 - 4:10am

This week’s episode of Doctor Who, The Caretaker, is on BBC One at 8.30pm, meaning it starts one hour later than previous weeks.

But as it’s written by Gareth Roberts (The Lodger, Closing Time etc) and Steven Moffat and directed by Paul Murphy who was last at the helm for Robot of Sherwood, we know it will be worth waiting for!

It’s back to Coal Hill as we find Clara juggling her job, new boyfriend and adventures with the Doctor. But her world is about to become even more complex and dangerous as a terrifying machine threatens the entire planet… and the only person who seems able to stop it is the school’s new caretaker! As Steven Moffat put it, ‘The Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity – and worse, any second now, Danny Pink and the Doctor are going to meet…’

The Caretaker is on BBC One this Saturday (27 September) at 8.30pm.


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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Time Heist

Sat, 09/20/2014 - 1:29pm

In this week’s Doctor Who Extra the cast and crew of Time Heist share their views on this stylish caper… Keeley Hawes reveals whether she’s really like Ms Delphox, Peter Capaldi discusses working with the Teller and Pippa Bennett-Warner tells us whose physical appearance she’d replicate if she had her character’s shape-shifting powers!

We also catch up with lead writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat and director Douglas Mackinnon who both give an insight about the creation of this fast-moving adventure. All that plus exclusive behind the scenes footage and more!

Doctor Who Extra: Time Heist is available on BBC iPlayer right now!

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

Saturday: 9:10pm - 1am
Sunday: 7:30pm - 7:55pm, 9pm - 9:55pm
Monday: 7:25pm - 8pm
Wednesday: 10:30pm - midnight
Thursday: 3pm - 5:30pm
Friday: 7:15pm - 8:30pm, 11.30pm - midnight

Don’t forget you can still enjoy the first four episodes of Doctor Who Extra and the next in the series will be available immediately after The Caretaker on Saturday, 27 September.

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Nick Frost to guest star in Doctor Who Christmas Special

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 7:05am

…And Natalie Gumede, Faye Marsay, Nathan McMullen and Michael Troughton will also join the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and his companion Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman).

Production on 2014's Doctor Who Christmas episode has begun, with a host of British acting talent set to appear. The Christmas Special, a cracker of a highlight in the festive season’s schedule, will air this Christmas on BBC One and promises to be an action-packed, unmissable adventure.

Nick Frost, actor and screenwriter, has starred in numerous hit film and television roles, including Spaced, The World’s End, Shaun of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, Cuban Fury and Paul, which he also wrote.

Nick comments: “I'm so thrilled to have been asked to guest in the Doctor Who Christmas Special, I'm such a fan of the show. The read-through was very difficult for me; I wanted to keep stuffing my fingers into my ears and scream 'No spoilers!' Every day on set I’ve had to silence my internal fan-boy squeals!"

Michael Troughton (Breathless, The New Statesman), who has recently returned to acting, will follow in his father’s footsteps by appearing in Doctor Who. His father, Patrick Troughton, played the second incarnation of the Doctor.

They will be joined by Natalie Gumede (Coronation Street, Ideal, Strictly Come Dancing), Faye Marsay (Pride, The White Queen, Fresh Meat) and Nathan McMullen (Misfits, Casualty).

Steven Moffat, lead writer and executive producer, says: “Frost at Christmas - it just makes sense! I worked with Nick on the Tintin movie many years ago and it's a real pleasure to lure him back to television for a ride on the TARDIS.”

The Doctor Who Christmas Special will air on BBC One. Written by Steven Moffat and directed by Paul Wilmshurst (Strike Back, Combat Kids), it will be shot in Cardiff at BBC Wales Roath Lock Studios.

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Who Meets Heist

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 2:46am

All the great Heist movies have a blend of humour, action, ingenuity and a certain audacity of style. The very best ones have you rooting for the rogues attempting the job, and Time Heist, written by Steve Thompson and Steven Moffat, is no different.

Except it is different, of course, because it’s Doctor Who! And so the bank in question is the most dangerous bank in the universe, one of the security problems is a terrifyingly powerful alien called the Teller and naturally, we have the Doctor himself at the heart of the action. It’s an irresistible combination and Douglas Mackinnon, director of last week’s beautiful episode, Listen, handles the adventure with wit and verve. A self-confessed fan of the heist genre, he ensures the episode is a hugely enjoyable fusion of Who meets heist.

The brilliant Keeley Hawes plays the mysterious Ms Delphox and is joined by Jonathan Bailey as Psi and Pippa Bennett-Warner as a shape-shifter called Saibra.

Time Heist is on BBC One on Saturday at 7.30pm but you can watch the episode being introduced by Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffat now!

 

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#MonstersWeMiss

Mon, 09/15/2014 - 5:48am

Time Heist is one of those wonderful Doctor Who adventures full of strange new creatures and a rich assortment of aliens. And there’s at least one glimpse of some familiar foes as the trailer revealed brief shots of a Sensorite, a Terileptil and other monsters that we haven’t seen for a while.

Which got us thinking… What monsters do you miss? 

Enemies like the Daleks and Cybermen have been a recurring problem for the Time Lord over many years but is there a monster you loved that we haven’t seen for some time?

We’re after everything from the obvious to the obscure … Any monster that hasn’t featured in Doctor Who recently is fair game! Tweet your suggestions with the hashtag #MonstersWeMiss or email your thoughts to TheDoctor@bbc.co.uk with the subject header, #MonstersWeMiss or reply to one of our posts on our official Instagram account.

We’ll tweet photos of your most popular and creative suggestions on the show’s official twitter account - @bbcdoctorwho. And not only that, we’ll delve into our archive of behind the scenes photos and stills from past adventures and post them on our new Instagram account – bbcdoctorwho

So! Get tweeting us, emailing us or replying to our Instagram posts. Which monsters do you miss? Let us know!

Thank you!

 

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How to Watch Doctor Who Extra: Listen

Sat, 09/13/2014 - 1:54pm

If you enjoy finding out more about Doctor Who and the people who make the show, Doctor Who Extra is essential viewing. This week’s episode goes behind the scenes with the cast and crew of Listen and we reveals how the idea for the episode came about and we discover what Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman thought of this unique adventure.

Crammed with exclusive footage from the making of the show, Doctor Who Extra: Listen includes fascinating interviews with Peter Capaldi (the Doctor) Jenna Coleman (Clara), Samuel Anderson (Danny and Orson), writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat and director Douglas Mckinnon. It’s your ten minute programme giving you access all areas to the thrills, chills and romance of series 8’s fantastic fourth episode!

Doctor Who Extra: Listen is available on BBC iPlayer right now! 

But if you can’t catch it online it’s available via Red Button during the times below.

Saturday   10:55pm – 1:45am          

Sunday      9am – 10:20am, 12pm – 1pm           

Monday     7:25pm – 9pm          

Tuesday       midnight – 6am, 7:55pm - midnight       

Wednesday        8pm - midnight

Thursday             4am – 11:30am, 12:30pm – 1pm, 9:30pm – 10:55pm

 

And don’t forget you can still enjoy the first three episodes of Doctor Who Extra, online now!

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