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This Week In Doctor Who - March 22, 2006

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    THIS WEEK IN DOCTOR WHO March 22, 2006 - Vol 9, No 12 The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide. by Benjamin F. Elliott
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      March 22, 2006 - Vol 9, No 12
      The weekly guide to Doctor Who broadcasts worldwide.
      by Benjamin F. Elliott

      Thursday 23 March:
      People + Arts (Spain/Portugal) 10:30PM CET - The Doctor Dances
      Friday 24 March:
      SciFi US 9PM EST/PST - The Unquiet Dead
      Sunday 26 March:
      Cool TV (Hungary) 7PM - Dalek
      ATV World (Hong Kong) 11:50PM - Dalek
      Tuesday 28 March:
      Ztélé Canada 8PM - Á La Croisée Des Chemins (1st Series Finale)

      Joey Reynolds of American Who http://www.americanwho.net reports
      that SciFi's http://www.scifi.com premiere ratings for Rose on March
      17 were 1.58 million viewers at 9PM EST and .78 million viewers at
      11PM EST, while The End Of The World had 1.61 million viewers at
      10PM EST and .78 million viewers at Midnight EST. These numbers are
      lower than the firstrun ratings for traditional SciFi Friday
      programs Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Battlestar Galactica,
      but better than reruns of those shows typically receive and
      apparently above nearly anything else SciFi ever airs bar premieres
      of major miniseries. SciFi has yet to give an official press release
      on ratings results. No early results are available for the Sunday
      night or Monday morning repeats yet.

      If you missed the US premiere, Rose airs one more time - Thursday
      night at Midnight EST. The End Of The World airs twice more -
      Thursday night at 1AM EST, Friday at 8PM EST. Doctor Who regularly
      airs at 9PM & Midnight Eastern, Sunday at 11PM Eastern (12:30AM this

      YLE in Finland has a press release about their upcoming broadcast of
      Doctor Who. Months after the BBC announced a sale to YLE's TV2, we
      have a tentative premiere date of Autumn 2006 (probably September).
      The release (in Finnish) is at http://www.yle.fi/tv2/?
      p=jutut&ID=1141 . Kristoffer Lawson
      http://people.fishpool.fi/~setok has kindly provided us with a
      translation of the article.

      Doctor Who arrives in Finland

      The BBC's new version of the cult 1960s series Doctor Who crazed the
      Brits last year. What will happen to the Finns when Doctor Who and
      his companions arrive on our screens in autumn on Channel Two?

      Doctor Who is a man who travels through time and space and who
      confronts numerous weird monsters and dangers on his adventures.

      Doctor Who's arch enemies are the Daleks who must destroy all life
      in the universe in order to survive.

      The original Doctor Who series was shown in Britain during the years
      1963 - 1989. Its impressive 26-year journey even produced 600
      episodes, 150 stories and two feature length films. During the first
      years of the series the main character, Doctor Who, was played by
      William Hartnell, but the main actor has changed several times
      during the years.

      In addition to normal Brits, people including Rowan Atkinson,
      Elizabeth Hurley, Robbie Williams and Stephen Fry have publicly
      announced being fans of the Doctor Who series.

      A new version of the series

      The BBC long developed the idea for creating new episodes to this
      family sci-fi show. The real action started in 2003 when one of
      British TV's most gifted scriptwriters, Russell T Davies, was
      tempted into creating the new episodes.

      In the new episodes Doctor Who is played by Christopher Eccleston,
      who is known in England for his previous serious roles. As Doctor
      Who Eccleston gets to play a completely new side of himself - one
      who is happy, ambitious and even funny. Doctor Who's attractive
      assistant, Rose, is played by the beautiful and energetic Billie

      The series' 13 new episodes were completed last year and the new
      Doctor Who gained huge popularity in England. The episodes shown in
      the autumn on YLE TV2 begin with the first encounter of Rose Tyler
      and the mysterious Doctor Who, which changes Rose's secure life

      Russell T. Davies (the man behind the Doctor Who revival and
      executive producer on spinoff Torchwood) has told Sci-Fi Wire
      http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire in an interview
      http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/index.php?category=0&id=35094 that
      Torchwood will begin filming in May and should premiere in the UK in
      October 2006. Torchwood stars John Barrowman resuming his role of
      Captain Jack Harkness (Doctor Who Series 1 episodes 9 through 13)
      and Eve Miles as Gwen.

      On Tuesday 28 March the BBC will have a press conference for the
      Second series of Doctor Who in Cardiff. Last year they held a
      conference on 8 March which revealed the Series One premiere date
      and launched a massive amount of publicity for the show. There is
      every reason to believe that the 28 March 2006 press conference will
      go much the same way, so hopefully by the time of the next TWIDW
      column we will have an officially confirmed premiere date (most
      people believe 15 April right now - but it's not confirmed).

      BBC Four http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour in the UK is having a theme
      week of 1973 programming in early April to herald the start of a
      repeat run of the recent hit series Life On Mars (man from 2006
      wakes up in what is apparently 1973). The Jon Pertwee Doctor Who
      story The Green Death will air as part of the theme week (originally
      aired in May & June 1973). The current schedule:
      Monday 3 April 7:10PM - The Green Death episode 1
      Monday 3 April 7:35PM - The Green Death episode 2
      Tuesday 4 April 7:10PM - The Green Death episode 3
      Tuesday 4 April 7:35PM - The Green Death episode 4
      Wednesday 5 April 7:10PM - The Green Death episode 5
      Wednesday 5 April 7:35PM - The Green Death episode 6

      The Green Death stars Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who (3rd incarnation),
      Katy Manning as Jo Grant, Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Lethbridge-
      Stewart, John Levene as Sgt. Benton, Richard Franklin as Captain
      Mike Yates, with BOSS and Bessie as themselves. It is hoped that BBC
      Four will use the restored masters for these episodes done when the
      story was released on DVD in 2004.

      French Canadian channel Ztele http://www.ztele.com/index.jsp
      concludes their run through Series One (the 2005 episodes) on
      Tuesday March 28. Once the repeats of Á La Croisée Des Chemins
      conclude, Doctor Who will leave the schedule for the time being.

      If anyone at Digital Plus http://www.plus.es/codigo/default.asp
      (satellite service in Spain & Portugal) reads the column, it appears
      from your schedule that Doctor Who on People + Arts is going into
      repeats instead of airing the last 3 episodes in Series One
      (Boomtown, Bad Wolf, and The Parting Of The Ways). Is this correct?

      Most of Europe is switching to Daylight Savings Time this weekend
      (Sunday 26 March). North America stays on Standard Time until 2
      April. Bear this in mind if you're trying to listen to a program
      live from a country that is changing time on a different date from
      yours (or isn't changing at all).

      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

      CANADA (French):

      Ztélé http://www.ztele.com/index.jsp
      Friday 9PM, Saturday 8AM, Sunday 4PM, Tuesday 2PM EST 1-12 "Le Grand
      Méchant Loop" pt 1 of 2
      Tuesday 8PM EST 1-13 "Á La Croisée Des Chemins" pt 2 of 2
      4:3 cropped pan & scan. Same French dub as France 4.
      31 March 9PM EST (and repeats) 1-13 "Á La Croisée Des Chemins" pt 2
      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 CET 1-10 "The Doctor Dances" pt 2 of 2
      30 March 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 31 March 6:30AM & 3PM, 1 April 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-01? "Rose"? repeat? - based on the online schedule,
      People + Arts is going into repeats without airing the last 3
      episodes of Series 1.
      6 April 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 7 April 6:30AM & 3PM, 8 April 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-02? "The End Of The World"? repeat?
      13 April 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 14 April 6:30AM & 3PM, 15 April 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-03? "The Unquiet Dead"? repeat?
      20 April 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 21 April 6:30AM & 3PM, 22 April 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-04? "Aliens Of London"? pt 1 of 2 repeat?
      27 April 10:30PM & 2:30AM, 28 April 6:30AM & 3PM, 29 April 6AM, 2 &
      9:30PM CET 1-05? "World War Three"? pt 2 of 2 repeat?

      HONG KONG:

      ATV World http://www.hkatv.com/world/05
      Sunday 11:50PM 1-06 "Dalek"

      HUNGARY (airing as Ki Vagi, Doki?):

      Cool TV http://www.cooltv.hu
      Saturday 7PM CET 1-05 "World War Three" pt 2 of 2
      Sunday 7PM & 2:05AM CET 1-06 "Dalek"


      Sci-Fi http://www.scifi.com
      Late Thursday 12AM EST/PST 1-01 "Rose"
      Late Thursday 1AM, Friday 8PM EST/PST 1-02 "The End Of The World"
      Friday 9PM & Midnight, Late Sunday 12:30AM EST/PST 1-03 "The Unquiet
      16:9 Letterbox.
      30 March 10AM EST/PST 1-03 "The Unquiet Dead"
      31 March 9PM & Midnight EST/PST, 2 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-04 "Aliens
      Of London" pt 1 of 2
      7 April 9PM & Midnight, 9 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-05 "World War Three"
      pt 2 of 2
      14 April 9PM & Midnight, 16 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-06 "Dalek"
      21 April 9PM & Midnight, 23 April 11PM EDT/PDT 1-07 "The Long Game"
      28 April 9PM & Midnight, 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-6PM "New Series Weekend - Episodes 7 through 13"

      South African Airlines - "The End Of The World"

      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.

      BBC Four http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
      (Airing as part of 1973 week)
      3 April 7:10PM BST "The Green Death" eps 1+2 of 6
      4 April 7:10PM BST "The Green Death" eps 3+4 of 6
      5 April 7:10PM BST "The Green Death" eps 5+6 of 6

      UKTV Gold http://www.ukgold.tv http://www.onthebox.com/partner/otb
      (All times 1 hour later on UKTV Gold + 1)
      Saturday 7-9AM GMT "The Curse Of Peladon" movie
      Season 9, Episodes 5 through 8. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      On a mission for the Time Lords, the 3rd Doctor and Jo impersonate
      the delegation from Earth as the Planet Peladon seeks admission to
      the Galactic Federation. One of the delegates is a murderer and
      other treachery is afoot.
      Sunday 6-9AM BST "The Sea Devils" movie
      Season 9, Episodes 9 through 14. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      The Doctor and Jo visit the Master in prison, only to find
      themselves involved when oil rigs start sinking off the coast and
      mysterious prehistoric monsters are sighted. The Doctor is sure the
      Master is involved, but he's locked away in a cell on a remote
      island. How could he do anything? Cameo appearance by
      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 6-8:45AM 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 "Black Orchid" both pts
      Season 19, Episodes 17 through 18. Doctor: Peter Davison.
      In the 1920s, a dinner party in need of a Doctor is initially
      delighted when the 5th Doctor, Adric, Nyssa, and Tegan arrive. When
      one of the guests is murdered and the Doctor becomes the prime
      suspect, the partygoers begin to regret being so glad to have him
      around. Guest starring a cricket pitch as itself.
      Thursday "Time-Flight" pts 1+2 of 4
      Friday "Time-Flight" pts 3+4 of 4
      Season 19, Episodes 23 through 26. Doctor: Peter Davison.
      Reeling from the shocking events in Earthshock (which you still
      can't see due to a contractual issue keeping BBC Kids from being
      able to buy that story), the TARDIS crew finally arrive at Heathrow
      Airport in modern times. As Tegan rethinks her career, the Doctor
      tries to find out how a Concorde could disappear from space and
      time. Guest starring a Concorde aircraft as itself.
      Saturday "Terror Of The Zygons" all 4 pts
      Season 13, Episodes 1 through 4. Doctor: Tom Baker.
      Having received a signal from the Brigadier, the 4th Doctor, Sarah,
      and Harry return to Britain. Oil rigs are sinking, and the Doctor
      doesn't like them as much as he did back in the era of The Sea
      Devils. But people are dying, so he'll look into the matter.
      Mysterious goings-on are going onward at Loch Ness. People are
      being "replaced". And a monster lurks nearby. Guest starring Robbie
      as the Loch Ness Monster.
      Sunday "Planet Of Evil" all 4 pts
      Season 13, Episodes 5 through 8. Doctor: Tom Baker.
      The TARDIS misses London by a mere 35,186 years and the length of
      the galaxy. On a planet where matter and anti-matter co-exist, those
      who try to take anti-matter for themselves are in danger of imminent
      pain and death.
      Monday "Arc Of Infinity" pts 1+2 of 4
      Tuesday "Arc Of Infinity" pts 3+4 of 4
      Season 20, Episodes 1 through 4. Doctor: Peter Davison.
      After *another* end of story tragedy, the TARDIS crew has shrunk
      again. The 5th Doctor is a victim of identity theft - a being from
      another universe tries to copy his body as a template to enable it
      to cross over, get some revenge, and set up life over here. The Time
      Lords think this is a bad idea. Guest starring Colin Baker as Maxil.
      29 March "Snakedance"
      31 March "Mawdryn Undead"
      1 April pre-empted, Daylight Savings Time
      2 April "Pyramids Of Mars"
      4 April "Terminus"
      6 April "Enlightenment"
      8 April "The Android Invasion"
      9 April "The Brain Of Morbius"
      10 April "The King's Demons"
      11 April "Warriors Of The Deep"
      13 April "The Awakening"
      14 April "Frontios"
      15 April "?"
      16 April "?"
      18 April "Planet Of Fire"
      20 April "The Caves Of Androzani"
      22 April "?"
      23 April "?"
      24 April "The Twin Dilemma"


      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
      April - Patrick Troughton tribute (repeat)
      May - Jon Pertwee tribute (repeat)

      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, 7-10AM BST, 3-6PM
      Live BTR Stream http://www.warpradio.com/popTuner.asp?id=14085
      Monday 6-9PM EST (12-3AM BST) 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 - Corin Nemec (Stargate SG-1, Parker
      Lewis Can't Lose) on Sci-Fi Channel movie "SS Doomtrooper"; Adam-
      Troy Castro. Hour 3 (not in Lifestyle Talk Radio broadcast) - last
      week's interview with Noel Clarke (Mickey on Doctor Who! - new
      interview, not the one for American Who in 2005); Robert Berman and
      Mark Altman (Free Enterprise).

      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 Midnight-1:35AM EST "The Curse Of Peladon" movie
      Season 9, Episodes 5 through 8. Doctor: Jon Pertwee.
      See UKTV Gold for story details.
      1 April "The Sea Devils"
      8 April "The Mutants"
      15 April "The Time Monster"

      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
      Saturday 11:35PM CST "Delta And The Bannermen" pt 3 of 3
      Season 24, Episode 11. Doctor: Sylvester McCoy.
      The Bannermen set out to wreak havoc at the holiday camp unless
      Delta surrenders for death.
      Late Saturday Midnight CST "Dragonfire" pt 1 of 3
      Season 24, Episode 12. Doctor: Sylvester McCoy.
      The 7th Doctor and Mel have arrived on an ice planet to get a quick
      lunch. Alas, intergalactic rogue Sabalom Glitz is back with claims
      of hidden treasure.
      1 April 11:35PM "Dragonfire" pts 2+3
      8 April "Robot" pts 1+2 (Iowa Public TV is buying the stories of the
      Doctor who won the pledge poll. At last word, Tom Baker (4th Doctor)
      was winning by a large margin and the poll had closed. Based on that
      info, these episodes are likely to air.)
      15 April "Robot" pts 3+4
      22 April "The Ark In Space" pts 1+2
      29 April "The Ark In Space" pts 3+4

      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 September 2006.


      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


      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.


      Yes Stars
      Series One completed on Yes Weekend. Channel renamed since.

      BELGIUM (& The Netherlands):

      één Network http://www.een.be
      Series One completed.


      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)
      "Totally Doctor Who" - CBBC magazine show to air with Series Two.
      Doctor Who Series 2 Episode Titles:
      2-01 "New Earth"
      2-02 "Tooth And Claw"
      2-03 "School Reunion"
      2-04 "The Girl In The Fireplace"
      2-05 "Rise Of The Cybermen" pt 1 of 2
      2-06 "The Age Of Steel" pt 2 of 2
      2-07 "The Idiot's Lantern"
      2-08 "?" pt 1 of 2
      2-09 "The Satan Pit" pt 2 of 2
      2-10 "Love And Monsters"
      2-11 "?"
      2-12 "Army Of Ghosts" pt 1 of 2
      2-13 "Doomsday" pt 2 of 2

      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)
      Doctor Who Confidential Series 2 Episode Titles:
      2-01 "New New Doctor"
      2-02 "Fear Factor"
      2-03 "Friends Reunited"
      2-04 "From Script To Screen"

      Thanks for reading. Until next week, take care.

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