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Thursday, 31 March 2011

Screening of Doctor Who: 6.01/02 - 30 Tickets to Win!

The official Doctor Who website has announced they are giving away 30 pairs of tickets to see a screen of the first two episodes from the upcoming series of Doctor Who, titled The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon. Read on for more details:

We're giving away 30 pairs of tickets to an exclusive screening of The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon on Monday, 4th April, 2011 at a special venue in Central London. The screening starts at 6:30pm so please make sure you can arrive by 6:00pm. There's even a Question and Answer session following the episodes, so you might get the chance to ask the cast something you've always wanted to know.

You must be 16 years or older to apply but if you're successful and are allocated a pair of tickets, there is no age restriction on your lucky guest. That means if you're under 16 and want to attend you could ask a parent or guardian to apply and if they're successful you've just got to persuade them to take you along!

Neither travel nor accommodation is included so you must be able to safely get to and from Central London. Please do not register your details if you think you cannot attend. You can read full terms and conditions here and we'll contact all successful applicants by telephone on Friday evening.

So what are you waiting for? Simply fill in your details below and hit send! Only one application will be accepted per person and multiple applications will not be eligible for selection. Good luck!

Click here to enter the competition for the chance to receive a pair of tickets for the event.

Doctor Who: Monster Invasion - New Details

BBC Magazines have released info on a new Doctor Who partwork magazine, due to start being sold fornighlty in May. Read on for more info:

Doctor Who: Monster Invasion is a new fortnightly partwork comprising of a magazine with collectable cards aimed at an 8-12 year old audience. Part one of Monster Invasion will retail at a promotional price of £1.50 (normal retail price is £2.60) and will contain: a magazine featuring an episode guide; an A-Z of monsters; an alien slamdown fold-out poster; two packs of cards; and the first section of a three-part giant poster. Parts two and three each come with one pack of cards; the first and second part of a collectable Tardis storage box; and the remaining sections of the giant poster. Packs of the collectable Monster cards can also be purchased separately, priced £1.50.

"There is a huge appetite among the pre-teen audience for the Doctor Who brand, as demonstrated by the success of our weekly Doctor Who Adventures magazine. Building on the success of Top Gear Turbo Challenge - our first ever partwork - Doctor Who: Monster Invasion gives fans the chance to learn more about the monsters from their favourite show through 'collectables', which are hugely popular with this age group."

Issue 1 of Doctor Who: Monster Invasion is on sale in early May priced £1.50 at all good newsagents, further details on an exact date coming soon.

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

New Doctor Who: Series 6 Trailer

A new trailer for the upcoming sixth series of Doctor Who has been released online, you can watch it below:

The trailer is to feature on various BBC channels between show breaks for the next few weeks. Doctor Who returns this Easter to BBC One and BBC One HD.

Doctor Who: Script to Screen - Writer Competition

The BBC Press Office have announced a new competition for Doctor Who fans aged 9-11 years of age, read on for further details:

To herald the new series of Doctor Who, BBC Learning and Doctor Who Confidential today announced Script To Screen, an exciting competition that will give one lucky team of school children the chance to write their own Doctor Who mini-adventure starring the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith.

To win this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, school children aged 9 to 11 years will be encouraged to collaborate on a three-minute script that takes the resident Time Lord on a new quest travelling through space and time inside the Tardis.

The lucky winners will travel to the BBC's studios in Cardiff where they will see their script brought to life by the Doctor Who team and cast, including Matt Smith.

Doctor Who Confidential will also be on hand to take viewers behind the scenes to show how the script gets developed from paper to television screen - from the first script meeting, a cast read-through, on-set filming... all the way to the final edit.

Saul Nassé, Controller of BBC Learning, said: "Doctor Who is loved by children across the UK, and I can think of no better programme to inspire the next generation of story tellers."

"The Script to Screen competition is a fantastic way for children to learn new writing skills, whether or not they are winners. We are delighted that the stellar cast and crew of Doctor Who are on board for this journey of learning through time and space."

Children can be as creative and imaginative as they like in order to put together a story that's filled with all the excitement and adventure of the popular BBC One sci-fi drama.

The action-packed script must feature Matt Smith and can include one of four fearsome monsters/aliens from the show: Ood, Judoon, Cyberman or Weeping Angel, as well as a brand new human character to test the wits of the Doctor.

Tailored learning resources will be available on the BBC Learning website to help guide teachers and pupils through the process.

BAFTA winner and head writer at Doctor Who, Steven Moffat, will also offer his expert advice and helpful tips on how to pull together a stand-out script with memorable characters.

Steven Moffat said: "Doctor Who made me want to write. It made me fall in love in television, script-writing and storytelling, and led me by the hand to the best job in the world. It also made me want to defend the Earth from aliens but that hasn't come up so often.

"I know the power this show has to set young imaginations alight, because I've lived it, so I'm incredibly excited to be involved in this project. Plus it's never too early to start looking for your replacement."

The winning script will be chosen by Steven Moffat, Saul Nassé and executive producers of Doctor Who, Piers Wenger and Beth Willis.

Full details of how to enter the competition are available on

Downloadable BBC Learning resources will be available from 23rd April 2011 and the closing date for entries Monday 13th June 2011.

More information on the competition is yet to be revealed, but will be announced shortly.

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 211

The cover and the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

We ask monsters and villains what sneaky pranks they’re going to be playing on each other this week!

We also interview the Silurians, get some backstage secrets, Harry Hill visits the AAAGH! team, and there are tons of cool puzzles for you to do.

This week issue comes with a surprise free gift.

Also in this issue…

Monster maths
Mega Monster maze
The Timey Wimey travels of Riversong
Chasing rainbows
Doctor Doctor
SJA alien files
Plus much more…

Issue 211 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is on sale from Thursday 31st March at all good newsagents until 6th April priced £2.20 per copy.

Monday, 28 March 2011

Doctor Who: Series 6 - Episode 4 Title Revealed

SFX magazine have confirmed the title for the fourth episode of the forthcoming series of Doctor Who as (highlight gap below to reveal spoiler):

The Doctor's Wife

Doctor Who producer Marcus Wilson has commented this:

“It’s an episode that involves quite a big sprawl, huge alien world locations and a new take on a familiar character, which required a lot of work. It’s a big episode, but I think it’ll be one the fans will love. It’s a real love letter to the fans.”

The episode is written by Neil Gaiman and will air in May on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Saturday, 26 March 2011

New Promo Image for Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut

The first official promo image for Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut has been revealed and can be downloaded as a wallpaper here in 4x3 or 16x9. Doctor Who returns this forthcoming Easter to BBC One and BBC One HD.

Friday, 25 March 2011

Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut Prequel

The first of three prequels to the new series of Doctor Who has been released online, you can watch it below, it take place before the events of the first episode of the series The Impossible Astronaut:

Two more prequels are to be shown during the course of new series. Doctor Who returns this Easter to BBC One and BBC One HD.

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

New Doctor Who Teaser Trailer & Prequel

The BBC have announced that a teaser trailer for the next series of Doctor Who is to broadcast tonight at 9:00pm on BBC One, however, you can watch it below:

Also, a teaser for the first of three prequels to the series has been released and can be watched below:

The full prequel will be available to watch this Friday (25th March) from 4:00pm from the official Doctor Who website. Doctor Who returns this Easter to BBC One and BBC One HD. In other news: Matt Smith confirms that he is heading back to Wales for production or next year's series of Doctor Who and American network Starz has revealed that Torchwood: Miracle Day will premiere on Friday 8th July on the channel, it is unknown if the first episode will also broadcast on the same day in the UK, times are also to be confirmed.

Doctor Who Adventures - Issue 210

The cover and info on the next edition of Doctor Who Adventures magazine:

It’s monster madness this issue as we’re looking at the fearsome Pandorica Alliance! Also, we’re asking the biggest question ever - what is the Doctor's name?

Plus, take our giant Dalek colouring challenge - if you dare!

This weeks issue comes with a free Monster Grabber…

Also in this issue…

Pirate pile-up
The timey-wimey travels of Amy
Doctor Doku
Sound bytes
Readers awards
Doctor Doctor
Alien files
Plus much more

Issue 210 of Doctor Who Adventures magazine is on sale from tomorrow at all good newsagents until 30th March priced £2.20 per copy.

Monday, 21 March 2011

New Classic Doctor Who Figure Sets - FP Exclusives

Underground Toys have released info on two new classic Doctor Who figure sets - exclusive to Forbidden Planet:

Genesis of the Daleks
The Time Lords send the Doctor and his companions to the planet Skaro at a point early in its history to stop the development of the Daleks so that they become less of a threat to the Universe.

However, Skaro is currently in the grip of a long war of attrition between the Kaleds and the Thals. The Kaleds' chief scientist, Davros, deformed and crippled by radiation, has been experimenting to discover the final form into which his race will mutate. He has devised a protective travel machine in which they can continue to survive. This is instantly recognised by the Doctor as a Dalek.

Escaping from the bunker where Davros and his Elite are based, the Doctor and Harry persuade the Kaled leaders to put the Dalek experiments on hold. Davros retaliates by conspiring with the Thals to destroy his own people with a rocket. He then activates his Daleks and orders them to wipe out the Thals. Once this is complete the Daleks seize control, killing the remainder of the Elite and ultimately Davros himself. Thal survivors detonate explosives at the entrance to the bunker, sealing the Daleks inside, but for how long?

In this fantastic set we present Davros and two 'Genesis' variant Daleks along with the Fourth Doctor in his dufflecoat.

Destiny of the Daleks
The Fourth Doctor and Romana arrive on Skaro and discover that the Daleks are using a group of humanoid slaves and heavy drills to burrow down into the old Kaled city.

The Daleks are at war with the robotic Movellan race who have also arrived on Skaro, determined to find out what the Dalek plan is. It’s soon revealed what the Dalek objective is; Davros their creator! The Movellans insist in joining the Doctor in the race to find him. However on being located by the Doctor, Davros revives, his life support systems having held him in suspended animation ever since being exterminated by his own creations centuries before. Davros is soon rescued by the Daleks though, and he quickly surmises that the battle computers of the two races are locked in a logical stalemate, and that he could break it by introducing an element of intuition.

The Movellans, having reached the same conclusion, insist the Doctor to do likewise for them. Knowing this, Davros attempts to destroy the Movellan ship using a suicide squad of Daleks loaded with bombs. The Doctor soon disables the robot Movellans, and returns to the Kaled City and tricks Davros into detonating the explosives before they reach the ship. The defeated Davros is cryogenically frozen until the freed slave workers can take him to Earth and put on trial for his crimes.

This action figure set brings collectors the Fourth Doctor, Davros, and two Grey Daleks variants.

The Genesis of the Daleks figure set is on sale from 15th April, while the Destiny of the Daleks figure set is out on 16th May - both exclusive to Forbidden Planet stores and priced £34.99 each.

Friday, 18 March 2011

Doctor Who Prequels Coming Soon!

The official Doctor Who website have revealed that three mini Doctor Who prequels will be shown on the site ahead of the new Doctor Who series from next month, read the press pack from the website below for further details:

We'll be launching the prequel to the series' opening two-parter very soon. It's an eerie sequence written by Steven Moffat (Doctor Who's Lead Writer, Executive Producer and writer of the opening story) that sets the scene in scary and mysterious style. It introduces us to the world the Doctor will collide with in the next adventure and watch carefully... was that the new monster..?

The Prequel to the opening episode is the first of three prequels that will premiere on this site over the course of the new series. Each offers an exclusive preview of the action and intrigue ahead and they've been made by the Doctor Who production team - so you know they're going to be special!

The first prequel stars Stuart Milligan and introduces us to story strands that will bind the Doctor - and enthral his audience - throughout the weeks ahead. We'll bring you more details soon, but be warned, it's a scary one... 

Dates for the prequels' releases are yet to be confirmed, but is likely to be released around the time the new series of Doctor Who premieres. More to come!

BBC Comic Relief - Tonight!

Put on you Red Nose! BBC Comic Relief 2011 is to air it's seven-hour long TV broadcast live from BBC Television Centre tonight from 7:00pm on BBC One and BBC HD. Features of the evening include:

7:00pm - 8:15pm
The biggest night in television kicks off with Michael McIntyre and Claudia Winkleman. The fun begins with a very special Outnumbered featuring Andy Murray. There is also mini episode of Doctor Who and Ruby Wax, Claudia Winkleman and Miranda Hart go head to head in the politically-charged Comic Relief Does MasterChef.

8:15pm - 9:20pm
Graham Norton and Davina McCall will then take over the reigns. Highlights include the culmination of a special Comic Relief storyline in Eastenders, a Downton Abbey spoof featuring Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley, Kim Cattrall and Victoria Wood amongst many many others. And Ant and Dec are racing against time to raise cash for Comic Relief.

9:20pm - 10:30pm
Dermot O'Leary takes over the presenting duties and the laughs continue with something very special from Peter Kay. James Corden returns for the latest instalment of Smithy featuring the biggest names in showbusiness, Harry Hill is joined by some very special friends from the wildlife kingdom, and Take That and Adele will be performing live.

11:05pm - 12:00am
Jonathan Ross and Claudia Winkleman are live in the studio. Find out how David Walliams got on in the Greatest Panel Show of all Time, Steve Coogan returns with a very special Alan Partridge and The Inbetweeners boys have been on a Rude Road Trip around the UK.

12:00am - 01:15am
The fun continues with highlights from the immense panel show marathon, the Greatest Panel Show of all Time, Kate Moss takes part in a jaw-dropping new sketch and Summer Heights High's Chris Lilley premieres his new tv comedy show Angry Boys. And if that's not enough, Armstrong and Miller have been up to some very naughty things.

Children around the UK and Africa are living in poverty, can you help them? Please, call 03457 910 910 to donate. For more info and other ways on how to donate, visit the Comic Relief website here.

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Doctor Who Episode Guide: Series Six - 2011

The Doctor and newly-weds Amy Pond and Rory Williams begin a series of new adventures in the scariest and most breath-taking series of Doctor Who yet, at the pen of Steven Moffat. Whilst battling Flesh Gangers, Pirates and even a Minotaur, the gang dive deeper into the life of River Song and finally discover her true identity. Meanwhile, knowing only his death will keep the universe safe, the Doctor makes his way to Lake Silencio, where an impossible astronaut will rise from the deep and strike the Time Lord - dead.

6.01: The Impossible Astronaut - Part 1
6.02: Day of the Moon - Part 2
6.05: The Rebel Flesh - Part 1
6.06: The Almost People - Part 2

  6.S1: Space - Part 1

6.S16: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

This is: Doctor Who: 2011 Christmas Special
Title: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe
Mon/Vil: Wooden King & Wooden Queen
Synopsis: It’s Christmas Eve, 1938, when Madge Arwell comes to the aid of an injured Spaceman Angel as she cycles home, in this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, starring Matt Smith as the Doctor. He promises to repay her kindness - all she has to do is make a wish. Three years later, a devastated Madge escapes war-torn London with her two children for a dilapidated house in Dorset. She is crippled with grief at the news her husband has been lost over the channel, but determined to give Lily and Cyril the best Christmas ever. The Arwells are surprised to be greeted by a madcap caretaker whose mysterious Christmas gift leads them into a magical wintry world. Here, Madge will learn how to be braver than she ever thought possible. And that wishes can come true…
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Farren Blackburn
Producer: Marcus Wilson
First Broadcast: 25th December 2011
Ratings: 10.77 Million
Duration: 58.26
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith 
Amy Pond - Karen Gillan 
Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill 
Madge Arwell - Claire Skinner 
Cyril Arwell - Maurice Cole 
Lily Arwell - Holly Earl 
Reg Arwell - Alexander Armstrong
Droxil - Bill Bailey
Ven-Garr - Paul Bazely 
Billis - Arabella Weir
Co-Pilot - Sam Stockman 
Wooden King - Spencer Wilding 
Wooden Queen - Paul Kasey

6.S15: Prequel to The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

This is: Doctor Who: Prequel to The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe
Title: Untitled
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: The Doctor phones the Tardis to speak to Amy, but his call goes to voicemail. He tells Amy that he is currently holding a red button which, when he lets go, will cause the spaceship he's on to explode - with him still on board. The Doctor conducts and shares a plan on how Amy could save him, but notices three flaws that could corrupt it; Amy doesn't know his current co-ordinates, she cannot fly the Tardis, and she's is not even onboard the Tardis - as the Doctor remembers that she left "ages ago". He wishes her a Merry Christmas before letting go of the button - in which the spaceship then explodes...
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 6th December 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.31
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith

6.S14: Night and the Doctor - Up All Night

This is: Doctor Who: Series 6 DVD Extra 5
Title: Night and the Doctor - Up All Night
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: Craig Owens, now living in a new house with partner Sophie and his baby son Alfie, faces his fears of being a father and caring for his own child, while Sophie prepares for her trip and the lights flicker ominously. As they both leave the kitchen, the sound of the Cybermen stomping begins...
Writer: Tom MacRae
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 21st November 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.56
Cast: Craig Owens - James Corden
Sophie - Daisy Haggard

6.S13: Night and the Doctor - Last Night

This is: Doctor Who: Series 6 DVD Extra 4 
Title: Night and the Doctor - Last Night
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: The Doctor lays an unmoving River Song on the Tardis floor, terrified if she is dead, but realises she is only holding her breath with her eyes closed. She claims that she has escaped from Stormcage and was chased halfway across the galaxy by Sontarans. As he chastises her, she notices the gold dress he has chosen for her for their visit to Caldoron Beta hanging near the console. She demands to know who else he has brought onto the Tardis and storms up the stairs to find the col-print. The earlier River returns from the Tardis wardrobe, demanding to know whom he is talking to. As she leaves, the older River returns, demanding to know whom the Doctor is speaking to. When he denies talking to anyone, she resumes her hunt. A third River soons enters the Tardis, wearing the dress. This River was expecting to meet the Doctor here, but on seeing the dress hung by the console, asks why he has bought another. The Doctor asks her to step outside to check if the light on top of the Tardis is working. The youngest River reappears, certain she has heard voices. The Doctor tells her he was talking to himself and she bustles off again. The second River returns, likewise convinced she heard the Doctor talking to someone. The Doctor brusquely activates her Vortex Manipulator to return her to prison. The third River then re-enters the Tardis, who is followed by a second, older incarnation of the Doctor in tailcoats, who tells her she's in the wrong Tardis. River is amused at the prospect of two versions of her husband, but as 'her' Doctor ushers her out, she calls back to the younger Doctor that her Doctor and she are off to see the Singing Towers of Darillium. The two Doctors share a brief, sad moment, knowing this trip is the last she will see of them before she dies in the Library, before the younger River returns for the trip...
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Richard Senior
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 21st November 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 03.27
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Dr. River Song - Alex Kingston

6.S12: Night and the Doctor - First Night

This is: Doctor Who: Series 6 DVD Extra 3
Title: Night and the Doctor - First Night
Mon/Vil: Sontarans
Synopsis: Having been apprehended, taken to the 52nd century and incarcerated in the Stormcage Containment Facility to serve twelve thousand consecutive life sentences for killing the Doctor, River is in her cell on her first night, looking through the blue diary the Doctor gave her. She then hears and sees the Tardis materialize and the Doctor appears in a white dinner suit. He claims that her parents are asleep and he is taking her to Calderon Beta, a boring planet apart from a four hundred foot tall tree growing out of a cliff-top in the middle of the sea, where he intends to show her the sky on the starriest night in the entire history of the universe, 21 September 2360. He asks if River’s brought the diary, which she believes she's not going to have much need of in prison. He reminds her she can easily break out because she is River Song. The Doctor then shows her the dress he chose for her to wear, but allows her to look for another. While River is off looking through the dresses, the Doctor lands the Tardis and hears laser-gunfire outside. He opens the door to see a second River Song who collapses into his arms...
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Richard Senior
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 21st November 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 02.07
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Dr. River Song - Alex Kingston

6.S11: Night and the Doctor - Good Night

This is: Doctor Who: Series 6 DVD Extra 2
Title: Night and the Doctor - Good Night
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: The Doctor returns with an Euphonium-from another night out with River Song. Amy, wide awake and sitting in her nightie on the stairs, catches him. She convinces him to tell her what he does while he's out at night, then says why she is finding it hard to sleep lately: her life doesn't make any sense. She is particularly confused as to how she can remember two versions of her life, one without her parents and one with. The Doctor comforts her and reminds her of the saddest moment of her life, which she answers as at a fair ground when she dropped he ice cream. While recalling the event, she remembers a woman with red hair and dressed in a nightie gave her a new ice cream. When she finishes the anecdote, the Doctor, now by the doors, is ready to go with her to that same fair...
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Richard Senior
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 21st November 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 04.51
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Amy Pond - Karen Gillan

6.S10: Night and the Doctor - Bad Night

This is: Doctor Who: Series 6 DVD Boxset Extra 1
Title: Night and the Doctor - Bad Night
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: When Amy is woken in the middle of the night by the Tardis telephone, she learns the Doctor carries on a very active social and adventuring life while his companions sleep. She tries to piece together how the fate of the Commonwealth could possibly be affected by the Doctor, an unseen River Song, an unnamed Prince of Wales and a British Queen who has been turned into a goldfish. To the Doctor's horror, Amy has killed a Warrior Chief in the form a fly while he was out. She tries to stop the Doctor to have a serious conversation, however, he calls for Rory as it's "his turn" to handle her emotions. Amy begins to chew Rory out for this, but the Doctor's horrified scream stops her - he's got the wrong goldfish. He's now got three hours to find the Queen with River before the pet shops.
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Richard Senior
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 21st November 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 03.39
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Amy Pond - Karen Gillan
Rory Williams - Aurthur Darvill

6.S9: The Gunpowder Plot

This is: Doctor Who Adventure Games: Series 2 - Episode 1
Title: The Gunpowder Plot
Mon/Vil: Sontarans, Rutans & a Silent
Synopsis: The Tardis lands in London, 1605, encountering a group of men who are plotting to assassinate the Head of State. The Doctor, Amy and Rory realise they are at a pivotal point in time but so are two alien races, each of which are more than happy to change history to suit their own ends...
Writer: Phil Ford
Director: Charles Cecil
Producer: Gary Russell
First Broadcast: 31st October 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: Varies
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Amy Pond - Karen Gillan

Rory Williams - Arthur Darvill
Lady Winters - Emilia Fox 
Guy Fawkes - Ralf Little 
Geoffrey Plum - Phil Daniels 
Robert Catesby - Alexander Vlahos 
Sontaran Field Major Kaarsh - Dan Starkey 
Black Rod - Miles Richardson 
Thomas Percy - David Ames 
Alice Flowers - Lizzie Hopley 
Charlie - Jamie Oram 
Barnaby - Chris Johnson 
Margaret - Amelda Brown
Silent - Barnaby Edwards

6.S8: Death is the Only Answer

This is: Doctor Who: 2011 Script to Screen Competition Episode
Title: Death is the Only Answer
Mon/Vil: Ood/ Transformed Albert Einstein & his Liquid
Synopsis: When the Doctor is reunited with his fez, he trips over onto the console, knocking off his the fez and hitting a lever. The fez vanishes and Albert Einstein appears from nowhere, with the fez on his head. He had been working on his time machine, and thought he'd found the vital part of it - a mysterious liquid which Einstein believed to be bionic fusion liquid. But Einstein got it wrong. When he walks away from the console, the liquid spits up at his face despite the Doctor's warnings, turning Einstein into an Ood. For several seconds the 'Albert-Ood' repeatedly tells the Doctor "death, is the only answer", leaving him confused. The Doctor manages to turn Albert back into his normal self, and stops him from feeling sick with help from the Sonic. The Doctor drops Albert off in 1945, and leaves for another adventure, with a bit of goo left on the floor.
Writers: Children of Oakley Junior School
Director: Jeremy Webb
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 1st October 2011
Ratings: TBC
Duration: 03.47
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Albert Einstein - Nickolas Grace
Ood - Paul Kasey

6.S7: Prequel to The Wedding of River Song

This is: Doctor Who: Prequel to The Wedding of River Song
Title: Untitled
Mon/Vil: Silence
Synopsis: Area 52, Cairo. Time has frozen, CCTV cameras and soldiers monitor the activity of the imprisoned Silence in their specimen tanks. "Tick tock, goes the clock. Doctor - brave and good, he turned away from violence. When he understood, the falling of the Silence".
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 24th September 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.14
Cast: River Song/ Melody Pond - Alex Kingston
Solider 1 - TBC
Solider 2 - TBC

6.S6: Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler

This is: Doctor Who: Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler 
Title: Untitled
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: Amy calls the Doctor and leaves a message for him on the Tardis answer phone, begging him to pick up the phone if he's listening and to find her child, Melody. Though Amy knows Melody will grow up to be River Song, she doesn't want to miss seeing her grow up. As she ends her message, the Doctor, looking upset and standing behind the Tardis console all that time, was listening but did not pick up the phone.
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 15th August 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.57
Cast: Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
Amy Pond Voice - Karen Gillan

6.S5: Prequel to A Good Man Goes to War

This is: Doctor Who: Prequel to A Good Man Goes to War
Title: Untitled
Mon/Vil: Headless Monks
Synopsis: Out the back of his bar, Dorium gives two headless monks the brain of a Judoon, which contains a security protocol they need. Dorium tells them that he knows what they are up to, as he hears rumours from around the area, that they've taken a child, and goes on to delare he's heard the rumour of who's child they've taken. As they leave, Dorium gives a grim warning to the monks; they should be careful not the make the Doctor angry due to the disaster it has caused throughout the universe.
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 28th May 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.39
Cast: Dorium Maldovar - Simon Fisher-Becker

6.S4: Prequel to The Curse of the Black Spot

This is: Doctor Who: Prequel to The Curse of the Black Spot
Title: Untitled
Mon/Vil: None
Synopsis: "April 1st, 1699; the good ship Fancy, Captain's journal. Eight days we've been stranded in these waters and still there is no wind to fell our sales. The ship is helpless; marooned in a silent ocean. We cannot run, and we cannot fight, all we can do is wait our fate. An enemy lurks out there, in the darkness, she comes for us when the ocean is still, one by one the crew have been taken. The men are exhausted with fear, we cannot last much longer. I feel an evil presence lurking in the shadows somewhere, forever watching me. I pray for a fair wind that will carry us away from this accursed place, but I fear we are all doomed to die here..."
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: TBC
Producer: TBC
First Broadcast: 30th April 2011
Ratings: None
Duration: 01.29
Cast: Captian Henry Avery - Hugh Bonneville