BBC Makes The End of Time Date and Time Official
It is no big surprise that the final David Tennant (as the 10th Doctor) Doctor Who specials, The End of Time, Part 1 and Part 2 will be shown on the BBC in the UK on Christmas Day and New Year's Day respectively. It was pretty much what we have all been expecting ever since the specials were originally announced. Though we have been waiting for an official word from the Beeb on the dates and times of two last specials before Matt Smith takes over the part.
The End of Time, Part One will be on BBC One on Christmas Day at 6pm.
The End of Time, Part Two will be on New Year's Day at 6:40pm on BBC One and runs 75 minutes.
Following suit, BBC America has also announced their date and times for part two (see here for details) as well today.
Adding to the Christmas fun, they will be re-running the Sarah Jane Adventures episodes guest starring David Tennant, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith as a single 55 minute special on Christmas Day at 11:15am.
If that wasn't enough, they will be repeating Doctor Who: Dreamland on Christmas Eve at 9:30am on BBC One.