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This Week In Doctor Who - March 1, 2006

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  • Benjamin Elliott
    THIS WEEK IN DOCTOR WHO March 1, 2006 - Vol 9, No 9 The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide. by Benjamin F. Elliott
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      March 1, 2006 - Vol 9, No 9
      The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide.
      by Benjamin F. Elliott

      Wednesday 1 March:
      Yes Weekend - 9:30PM - Bad Wolf/The Parting Of The Ways
      Thursday 2 March:
      People + Arts (Spain/Portugal) 10:30PM CET - The Long Game
      Saturday 4 March:
      één Belgium 3:40PM - The Parting Of The Ways
      Sunday 5 March:
      Cool TV (Hungary) 7PM - The Unquiet Dead
      ATV World (Hong Kong) 11:30PM - The Unquiet Dead
      Tuesday 7 March:
      Ztélé Canada 8PM - Le Docteur Danse
      Friday 17 March:
      SciFi US 9PM EST/PST - Rose/The End Of The World (US Premiere!)

      GREECE - Newest country to buy Doctor Who!

      The BBC and C21Media reported on 28 February that Doctor Who and
      hundreds of hours of BBC programming have been sold to the new Greek
      TV channel SKAI, which will begin over the air broadcasts on 1 April
      2006. From the BBC article:

      "BBC Worldwide announced today at BBC Showcase that it has concluded
      a two-year agreement with SKAI, the new Greek terrestrial television
      channel launching on 1 April 2006, to televise over 500 hours of
      drama, factual and news and current affairs programming.

      "The titles range from dramas such as Spooks and Doctor Who to
      documentaries, including Seven Wonders of the Industrial World,
      Space Odyssey - Voyage to the Planets and three history titles
      looking at the Ancient Wonders of Jerusalem, Greece and the Holy

      Here's hoping that the launch of the SKAI channel is a success and
      that Greece will come to enjoy Doctor Who in the near future.

      HUNGARY - A slight correction on the information regarding last
      week's premiere in Hungary on Cool TV. Doctor Who's Hungarian name
      of Ki Vagy, Doki? translates better as "Who Are You, Doctor?"
      Evidently RTLKlub was the original buyer of Doctor Who in Hungary,
      and somehow the broadcast rights migrated to Cool TV in the
      intervening months. No information has reached the English speaking
      world yet on whether Doctor Who had decent ratings with its premiere.

      USA - SciFi http://www.scifi.com is beginning to advertise the
      upcoming stateside launch of Doctor Who. Text notices about the
      premiere were spotted during the Tuesday February 21 broadcast of
      Passions on Sci-Fi (episode 7, Timmy goes on sale in a fair and
      Tabitha dresses up as a fortune teller, if you're a longtime
      Passions viewer). A 15 second ad focusing on the mystery of the
      character started airing on Wednesday February 22. This ad did not
      mention the series by name but had a fair number of clips - it is
      also on the SciFi website. On Friday February 24 the Doctor Who mini-
      site http://www.scifi.com/doctorwho went live. It is heavily flash
      intensive, so it loads slowly on some machines. It has a lot of
      Doctor Who information. Sci-Fi also redid their launch plans,
      deciding to have a 2 hour premiere for Doctor Who instead of the
      original 1 hour launch. It was unclear as of this writing if Sci-Fi
      will edit Rose and The End Of The World together like they did with
      the Battlestar Galactica and Stargate Atlantis series premieres
      (Battlestar Galactica was clearly 2 unrelated episodes that happened
      to be sequential) or if they will air as separate episodes. Thomas
      Vitale of the Sci-Fi Channel will be on Sci-Fi Overdrive
      http://www.scifioverdrive.com on the weekend of March 10 to discuss
      the launch of Doctor Who and other 2006 programming.

      The new premiere plan:
      All Times Eastern (adjust for local time and East Coast Feed vs.
      West Coast Feed)

      Friday March 17:
      9PM Rose
      10PM The End Of The World
      11PM Rose
      Midnight The End Of The World

      Sunday March 19:
      11PM Rose
      Midnight The End Of The World

      Friday March 24:
      8PM The End Of The World (special repeat)
      9PM The Unquiet Dead
      Midnight The Unquiet Dead

      Sunday March 26:
      Midnight The Unquiet Dead (special time - Sunday movie runs long)

      As of March 31, Doctor Who firmly settles into its regular time
      slots. Fridays at 9PM and Midnight Eastern, Sundays at 11PM Eastern.
      Yes, the Sunday time is a regular timeslot. So, if you are at work
      on Friday night or otherwise unable to watch, you can catch the
      Sunday edition. Since the episodes air twice on Friday, if your only
      problem watching on Friday is that it'll conflict with other TV
      shows you want to see (WWE Smackdown, Las Vegas, Close To Home,
      Reba), just watch the broadcast that does not conflict with the show
      you want to see. If you have DirecTV or Dish Network, you have the
      East Coast version of SciFi no matter where you live in the US - so
      9PM Eastern is 6PM Pacific, 11PM Eastern is 8PM Pacific, and
      Midnight is 9PM Pacific - could be relevant in avoiding schedule
      conflicts with other channels/plans to go out.

      A VCR or a DVR like Tivo also can help get around a schedule
      conflict. If you have a Tivo (or DirecTivo) and have not disabled
      its ability to record suggestions for you, it should be sending
      anonymous information back about what shows are watched on it, how
      close you watch it to live, and whether you fast forward through any
      commercials. Some of these machines have 2 tuners, making it even
      easier to see Doctor Who if another network schedules your second
      favorite show against it (just have both tuners recording and watch
      each show when you get time).

      Just 16 days till the US launch. As someone in the US, I'm excited.

      UK - We don't have a UK premiere date yet for series 2. It is
      unlikely that the BBC has decided on a premiere date yet. But UKTV
      Gold http://www.ukgold.tv seems to believe it will be in mid-April -
      they have postponed their Doctor Who Weekend consisting of the 13
      episodes from Series One from 18 & 19 March to 8 & 9 April.

      Once the new Doctor Who episodes roll out this year, we should have
      Doctor Who Friday - kids related Doctor Who tie-in program on BBC
      One on Friday nights
      Doctor Who - the main show, airing Saturdays at 7 on BBC One with a
      couple of BBC Three repeats
      Doctor Who Confidential - BBC Three half-hour show airing right
      after the Doctor Who BBC One premiere will several repeats
      There are rumours of Mobisodes (mini-episodes downloadable to
      cellular/mobile phones such as Lost and 24 have done) as well. We'll
      see if that happens.

      Doctor Who finishes its run through Series One in Belgium on één and
      Israel on Yes Weekend this week. Yes Weekend ceases to exist on the
      5th, being replaced by Yes Stars, which is expected to air repeats
      of Series 1 as well as Series 2 (assuming Yes buys Series 2).

      The BBC Press Office http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice and C21 Media
      http://www.c21media.net often announce when a Doctor Who
      international sale occurs. Worth keeping an eye on, just in case.

      Corrections and updates are welcome at thisweekindoctorwho-
      owner@yahoogroups.com , TWIDW on AOL IM , and thebfe on Yahoo
      Messenger. The listings:


      New Series General Information:

      BBC Online http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho
      Doctor Who Confidential http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/confidential
      The 13 episodes from the BBC Three series all online via Real
      Player. Also, numerous video diaries and trailers.
      Attack Of The Graske - interactive game available to UK residents
      only as part of the trials of the BBC broadband service, starring
      David Tennant as the Doctor and you as the companion

      BELGIUM (& The Netherlands):

      één Network http://www.een.be
      Saturday 3:40PM CET 1-13 "The Parting Of The Ways" pt 2 of 2 (Series
      English with Subtitles.


      Yes Weekend http://www.yesweekend.co.il
      Wednesday 9:30PM 1-12/1-13 "Boom Town"/"The Parting Of The Ways"
      (Series Finale)
      Yes Weekend the channel ceases to exist on 5 March, replaced by Yes
      Stars, which my contact suspects will get the rights to repeat this

      CANADA (French):

      Ztélé http://www.ztele.com/index.jsp
      Friday 9PM, Saturday 8AM, Sunday 4PM, Tuesday 2PM EST 1-09 "Drôle De
      Mort" pt 1 of 2
      Tuesday 8PM EST 1-10 "Le Docteur Danse" pt 2 of 2
      4:3 cropped pan & scan. Same French dub as France 4.
      10 March 9PM EST (and repeats) 1-10 "Le Docteur Danse" pt 2 of 2
      14 March 8PM EST (and repeats) 1-11 "L'explosion De Cardiff"
      21 March 8PM EST (and repeats) 1-12 "Le Grand Méchant Loop" pt 1 of 2


      Digital Plus http://www.plus.es/codigo/default.asp
      People + Arts
      Thursday 10:30PM & 2:30AM, Friday 6:30AM & 3PM, Saturday 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM 1-07 "The Long Game"
      9 March 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 10 March 6:30AM & 3PM, 11 March 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-08 "Father's Day"
      16 March 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 17 March 6:30AM & 3PM, 18 March 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-09 "The Empty Child" pt 1 of 2
      23 March 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 24 March 6:30AM & 3PM, 25 March 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-10 "The Doctor Dances" pt 2 of 2
      30 March 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 31 March 6:30AM & 3PM CET 1-01? "Rose"?

      HONG KONG:

      ATV World http://www.hkatv.com/world/05
      Sunday 11:30PM 1-03 "The Unquiet Dead"

      HUNGARY (airing as Ki Vagi, Doki?):

      Cool TV http://www.cooltv.hu
      Saturday 7PM & 1:25AM CET 1-02 "The End Of The World"
      Sunday 7PM & 2:05AM CET 1-03 "The Unquiet Dead"


      Sci-Fi http://www.scifi.com
      17 March 9 & 11PM EST/PST 1-01/1-02 "Rose/The End Of The World"
      (Series Premiere, Two Hour Movie Version!)
      19 March 11PM EST/PST 1-01/1-02 "Rose/The End Of The World" (Movie
      Version, repeat)
      24 March 8PM EST/PST 1-02 "The End Of The World" (special repeat)
      24 March 9PM & Midnight EST/PST 1-03 "The Unquiet Dead"
      26 March Midnight EST/PST 1-03 "The Unquiet Dead"
      31 March 9PM & Midnight EST/PST 1-04 "Aliens Of London" pt 1 of 2
      2 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-04 "Aliens Of London" pt 1 of 2
      7 April 9PM & Midnight EDT/PDT 1-05 "World War Three" pt 2 of 2
      9 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-05 "World War Three" pt 2 of 2
      14 April 9PM & Midnight EDT/PDT 1-06 "Dalek"
      16 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-06 "Dalek"
      21 April 9PM & Midnight EDT/PDT 1-07 "The Long Game"
      23 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-07 "The Long Game"
      28 April 9PM & Midnight EDT/PDT 1-08 "Father's Day"
      30 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-08 "Father's Day"

      UK Repeats:

      UKTV Gold http://www.ukgold.tv http://www.onthebox.com/partner/otb
      All shows 1 hour later on UKTV Gold + 1
      14:9 Cropped Letterbox.
      8 April 11AM-5PM "New Series Weekend - Episodes 1 through 6"
      9 April 11AM-6:05PM "New Series Weekend - Episodes 7 through 13"
      Postponed from 18 and 19 March, probably based on speculation on the
      premiere date for series 2 in the UK.

      Thomsonfly Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways,
      British Midland Airlines, British Airways, Air New Zealand - various



      BBC Online http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/index.shtml
      "Shada" - starring Paul McGann and Lalla Ward. 6 episodes. A retired
      Time Lord in Cambridge needs the Doctor's help to recover a Time
      Lord book before the scientist Skagra can find it.
      "The Scream Of The Shalka" - starring Richard E. Grant. 6 episode
      story. The Shalka prepare to conquer the Earth from below. Can the
      Doctor be convinced to save the day one last time?
      "Real Time" - starring Colin Baker and the Cybermen. 6 episodes. The
      Doctor and Evelyn Smythe research a temple that has been yanking
      scientists out of time, bringing them face to face with the future
      of the Cybermen.

      UKTV Gold http://www.ukgold.tv http://www.onthebox.com/partner/otb
      (All times 1 hour later on UKTV Gold + 1)
      Saturday 6-9:25AM GMT "Inferno" movie
      Season 7, Episodes 19 through 25. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      The last 7 episode story, so the last time you both have to get up
      early and stay later than usual to see the full Doctor Who story -
      yes you can sleep in till 7AM if your programming package has UKTV
      Gold + 1. The 3rd Doctor uses a drilling project to provide energy
      to work on the TARDIS console. An accident sends him to an alternate
      Earth, where the project is just slightly further along, and spots
      evidence that it is going disastrously wrong. Includes the radio
      scene deleted from the original TV broadcast but included in most
      repeats - it will be a deleted scene on the DVD release. I wonder if
      the Doctor considered that maybe it was the interference of the
      TARDIS that was causing the drilling disaster on both Earths in the
      first place. It would have been worth checking.
      Sunday 7-8:50AM GMT "Terror Of The Autons" movie
      Season 8, Episodes 1 through 4. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      Colour-restored version from the early 1990s. Roger Delgado joins
      the series as The Master. Richard Franklin joins as Captain Mike
      Yates. Katy Manning joins as Jo Grant. The Autons try to rejoin the
      show, but the Doctor and U*N*I*T decide to fight them off again.
      Guess there's only room for so many regulars at one time. Sorry,
      plastic pals. Try again in 34 years.
      11 March 6-9AM GMT "The Mind Of Evil"
      12 March 7-9AM GMT "The Claws Of Axos"
      18 March 6-9AM GMT "Colony In Space"
      19 March 6:35-9AM GMT "The Dæmons"
      25 March 7-9AM GMT "The Curse Of Peladon"
      26 March 6-9AM BST "The Sea Devils"
      1 April 6-9AM BST "The Mutants"
      2 April 6:10-9AM BST "The Time Monster"
      8 April 7-9AM BST "The Three Doctors"
      8 & 9 April "Doctor Who 2005 Series 1 Weekend - See New Series
      Section Above"
      9 April 7-9AM BST "Carnival Of Monsters"
      15 April 6-9AM BST "Frontier In Space"
      16 April 6-9AM BST "The Green Death"
      22 April 7:10-9AM BST "The Time Warrior"
      23 April 6-9AM BST "Invasion Of The Dinosaurs"
      29 April 6:10-9AM BST "The Monster Of Peladon"
      30 April 6:10-9AM BST "Planet Of The Spiders"

      Homechoice http://www.homechoice.co.uk
      On Demand Channel C1
      All 13 Series 1 (2005) episodes - cropped to 4:3
      The Three Doctors - all 4 episodes
      The Deadly Assassin - all 4 episodes
      The Caves Of Androzani - all 4 episodes
      Timelash - 4 part version, all 4 episodes
      The Curse Of Fenric - all 4 episodes

      First Great Western Railway (Volo TV)
      Episodes unknown.


      BBC Kids http://www.bbckids.ca
      Weeknights 2 & 5AM EST (11PM & 2AM PST) - 2 episodes daily
      Weekends 2AM EST (11PM PST) - complete stories
      Wednesday "The Monster Of Peladon" pts 1+2 of 6
      Thursday "The Monster Of Peladon" pts 3+4 of 6
      Friday "The Monster Of Peladon" pts 5+6 of 6
      Season 11, Episodes 15 through 20. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      The 3rd Doctor returns to Peladon. In the 50 years since his last
      visit - everything's gone down the drain. The Galactic Federation is
      being a nuisance. The peasants are agitating against the royalty.
      The royalty doesn't understand the peasants. And an image of Aggedor
      is flying around killing people. One of the Doctor's allies is
      forced to take decisive action to save the day - sadly, it's the
      wrong action and it could get them all killed.
      Saturday "Planet Of The Spiders" pts 1,2,+3 of 6
      Sunday "Planet Of The Spiders" pts 4,5,+6 of 6
      Monday "Planet Of The Spiders" pts 1+2 of 6
      Tuesday "Planet Of The Spiders" pts 3+4 of 6
      Season 11, Episodes 21 through 26. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      The final Jon Pertwee story (airing by coincidence as both the
      weekend and weekday story). A package from former companion Jo Grant
      contains the blue Metebelis crystal the Doctor had given her for a
      wedding present. It's causing trouble and she's washing her hands of
      it. A force on Metebelis has tracked the crystal down. It is
      prepared to kill, maim, and steal a car to get it back. Jon Pertwee
      gets his best car/plane/boat action sequence in the series. BBC Kids
      has the rights to the Tom Baker stories again, which will take over
      the weekend schedule next week. The weekday episodes will skip to
      Peter Davison on the 9th.
      9 March "Castrovalva"
      11 March "Robot" (BBC Kids regains the rights to Tom Baker's
      12 March "The Ark In Space"
      13 March "Four To Doomsday"
      15 March "Kinda"
      16 March pre-empted, long movie
      18 March "The Sontaran Experiment"
      19 March "Revenge Of The Cybermen"
      20 March "The Visitation"
      22 March "Black Orchid"
      23 March "Time-Flight"
      25 March "Terror Of The Zygons"
      26 March "Planet Of Evil"
      27 March "Arc Of Infinity"
      29 March "Snakedance"
      31 March "Mawdryn Undead"
      1 April pre-empted, Daylight Savings Time
      2 April "Pyramids Of Mars"


      American Who http://www.americanwho.net
      http://www.interstellartransmissions.com/amwho/index.php (alternate
      Current episode - Barry Letts discusses his friend Robert Sloman
      (recently deceased) and gives his views on the 2005 Series of Doctor
      Who. Dan Harris discusses Gary Downie (recently decased).
      Upcoming episodes
      March - Lalla Ward

      Sci-Fi Overdrive http://www.scifioverdrive.com
      on Lifestyle Talk Radio (LTR) http://www.lifestyletalkradio.com
      and Business Talk Radio (BTR) http://www.businesstalkradio.net
      LTR Late Friday Midnight-2AM EST (9-11PM PST, 5-7AM GMT, 4-6PM AEDT)
      Live LTR Stream http://www.warpradio.com/popTuner.asp?id=14175
      BTR Late Sun/Early Mon 1-4AM EST (10PM-1AM PST, 6-9AM GMT, 3-6PM
      Live BTR Stream http://www.warpradio.com/popTuner.asp?id=14085
      Monday 7-10PM EST (12-3AM GMT) http://www.cityviberadio.co.uk
      Saturday 8-11PM EST (5-8PM PST) http://www.krradio.com (repeat of
      previous week's episode, online audio stream)
      Hour 1 - News & Comment. Hour 2 - Dave Howe (Howe's Who, Telos
      Publishing); Natalia Nogulich (Admiral Nechayev on Star Trek). Hour
      3 - repeat of previous week's hour 2.
      Next Week - Thomas Vitale of Sci-Fi Channel in hour 2 on upcoming
      programming. Opening segment of that hour (13 minutes long) will be
      on Sci-Fi's launch of the Christopher Eccleston episodes of Doctor
      Who on March 17.

      Doctor Who: Podshock http://www.gallifreyanembassy.org/portal
      Weekly chat show with US and UK Doctor Who fans done in podcast

      MPT Maryland http://www.mpt.org
      analog 22, 67, 31, 28, 62, 36
      digital 22-2 (42-2), 67-2 (29-2), 31-2 (44-2), 28-2 (56-2), 62-2 (28-
      2), 36-2 (54-2)
      DC/Hagerstown, Baltimore DirecTV 22,980
      Baltimore Dish 22,8736
      Late Saturday 12:30-2AM EST "The Claws Of Axos" movie
      Season 8, Episodes 11 through 14. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      Time approximate after pledge specials. Allow extra time. The 3rd
      Doctor, Jo, and U*N*I*T note the arrival of an alien spacecraft in
      England. The inhabitants - Axons - wish to live on our planet and
      offer technology to solve all Earth food needs. Has Earth finally
      been visited by friendly aliens? Or is this a Hustle?
      11 March "Colony In Space"
      18 March "The Dæmons"
      25 March "The Curse Of Peladon"
      1 April "The Sea Devils"?

      IPTV Iowa http://www.sffn.com/ http://www.iptv.org
      analog 11, 32, 27, 12, 21, 24, 32, 36, 36
      digital 11-2 (50-2), 32-2 (35-2), 27-2 (28-2), 12-2 (45-2), 25, 18,
      33, 35, 34
      Des Moines DirecTV 11,474
      Des Moines Dish 11,9116
      Cedar Rapids DirecTV 12
      Cedar Rapids Dish 12,9161
      Omaha DirecTV 32
      Omaha Dish 32,9146
      Sioux City Dish 27,7195
      Quad Cities DirecTV 36
      Quad Cities Dish 36,7607
      Late Saturday Midnight CST "Delta And The Bannermen" pt 1 of 3
      Season 24, Episode 9. Doctor: Sylvester McCoy.
      Time approximate after pledge special. Just one episode this week.
      Part 2 airs in 2 weeks. The 7th Doctor and Mel win a contest and get
      to take a trip back in time to Earth - Disneyland in 1959. As Doctor
      Who's budget was nowhere near enough to manage Disneyland at the
      time this story was made, you knew something was going to go wrong
      on the route. Sure enough, one of the passengers is being hunted by
      an army ...
      11 March 11PM "The Five Doctors" pledge special, contest to decide
      which Doctor IPTV airs next!
      18 March Midnight "Delta And The Bannermen" pt 2
      25 March 11:35PM "Delta And The Bannermen" pt 3
      25 March Midnight "Dragonfire" pt 1

      Not Yet Airing New Series Or Between Seasons:


      Doctor Who premiere 2006. Channel launches 1 April 2006.


      Nederland 3 http://portal.omroep.nl/ned3
      Doctor Who premiere 2006.


      TV2 http://www.yle.fi/tv2
      Doctor Who premiere TBA.


      ProSieben http://www.prosieben.de http://www.drwho.de
      Doctor Who premiere 2006. Series 1 & 2 purchased. Dubbed in German.


      SVT http://www.svt.se
      Doctor Who premiere TBA.


      Danmarks Radio
      Doctor Who premiere TBA.

      JAPAN - broadcaster TBA.


      BBC Prime http://www.bbcprime.com
      FAQ page says they will probably get Series 1 in the future, after
      it has aired on other networks in the countries BBC Prime services


      KBS2 http://www.kbs.co.kr
      Series 1 completed.


      ABC http://www.abc.net.au/tv http://www.sfsa.org.au
      "The Christmas Invasion" and Series 2 to air in 2006.


      Prime TV http://www.primetv.co.nz http://nzdwfc.tetrap.com
      "The Christmas Invasion" and Series 2 to air in 2006 (June/July


      BBC One http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcone http://www.radiotimes.com
      16:9 Widescreen Digital,14:9 Cropped Letterbox Analogue
      Primary broadcaster of Doctor Who. Series Two Saturdays 7PM (start
      date TBA)
      "Doctor Who Friday" - CBBC magazine show to air with Series Two.

      BBC Three http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree http://www.radiotimes.com
      Doctor Who Confidential http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/confidential/
      Sole broadcaster of Doctor Who Confidential (immediately after BBC
      One Series 2 broadcasts, other repeats)
      Time-shifted broadcasts of Series 2 (same weekends as BBC One)
      First broadcaster of Torchwood (coming later this year)


      BFBS http://www.ssvc.com/bfbs/tv/bfbs1listing/Look_Ahead_Frameset.htm
      Programming service for UK military. Episodes air shortly after UK


      CBC TV http://www.cbc.ca/television
      http://www.cbc.ca/doctorwho http://www.dwin.org
      Series 2 Start Date TBA.
      "The Planet Of The Doctor" exclusive CBC.CA documentary. 6 regular
      episodes and 1 special. Approximately 90 minutes.


      NRK2 http://www.nrk.no
      Series One completed.


      France 4 http://www.france4.tv
      Series One completed.


      Jimmy http://www.jimmy140.it
      Series One completed.

      Spring "Doctor Who Series Two" 13 episodes
      Later this year "Torchwood" 13 episodes

      Thanks for reading. Until next week, take care.

      Doctor Who is a BBC Trademark. Copyright 2006.
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