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The latest promo trailer for Doctor Who, the new series starting Saturday 3 April 2010 on BBC One.
The new trailer promo for the first series of the 11th Doctor starring Matt Smith, series 31, has been released and it continues with the "spin cycle of doom" theme we saw with the publicity image released earlier this week. They do announce "Easter" as the start of the new series at the end of the promo. No, you don't need special glasses to see this, this version is not in 3D.
The End of Time is coming… faster than you can imagine. Here is the latest "trailer" promo video for Doctor Who: The End of Time coming to the BBC on Christmas Day and to BBC America on Boxing Day with part 1 of 2 of the last David Tennant as the 10th Doctor specials.
The BBC has released a promo for their Christmas line up (see second video below) which features some clips from the Doctor Who: The End of Time specials. One fan ("WhoFan9") made their own edit of it strictly for The End of TIme which you can see below.
The BBC One Christmas Drama 2009 Promo:
Another promo for Doctor Who: Dreamland. This one is for it coming to the BBC Red Button on Saturday, 21 November 2009.
(via thedoctorwhosite on YouTube)
Three promos currently being shown on BBC America for the last few Doctor Who specials coming in December starring David Tennant as the 10th Doctor including Waters of Mars and a short Inside Look with Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner.
(via @mcfangirl and "theproselytizer" on YouTube)
We are often asked for a promo spot for Doctor Who: Podshock that other podcasts and radio stations can play to help get the word out about our podcast. The MP3 file linked below is our current promo and theme created by Geoff Smith. Feel free to include this in your podcast or radio show to spread the word throughout time and space about Doctor Who: Podshock.
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