1/13 - Prima Donna
Catherine Tate returns as the unstoppable Donna Noble. In her search for The Doctor, Donna finds herself face
-to-face with the mighty Miss Foster and a larger than life threat against mankind. With the tension rising,
the programme gets up close and personal with the Doctor's latest companion from her first days on set through
to her battle against an army of sinister Adipose.
Features interviews with Tate, David Tennant and Sarah Lancashire.
2/13 - The Italian Job
There's a trip to Rome to witness the making of the Doctor's latest volcanic voyage. Filming at the famous Cinecitta
Studios, the production team face an Italian job of colossal proportions, while David Tennant heads up Pompeii and
climbs Mount Vesuvius.
3/13 - Oods and Ends
There's a trip to the Ood Sphere to witness the return of the mysterious Ood to the world of the Doctor, and a look at
the various methods which go into making an Ood. Plus, how a quarry in Wales in the middle of summer gets turned into
a winter wonderland, and David Tennant gets turned into an all-action hero to escape a mechanical menace.
Featuring interviews with Tennant, Catherine Tate, and writer Russell T Davies.
4/13 - Send In The Clones
Former companion Martha Jones is back and the Earth is under threat from an arch-enemy. From location, there's all the
backstage action from the Doctor's latest gripping adventure. As confusion abounds, the Time Lord, Donna and Martha
join forces in a battle to save the human race.
Featuring interviews with David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Freema Agyeman and Russell T Davies.
5/13 - Sontar-Ha!
The Sontarans are back and, with their invasion plans threatening the Earth, the Doctor is forced to face his enemy one
more time. Features in-depth interviews with David Tennant, Colin Baker and Elisabeth Sladen on their experiences with
the Sontarans, and Chris Ryan on life behind the prosthetics and playing General Stahl.
6/13 - Sins of the Fathers
There's a new kid on the block and the Doctor isn't impressed, as his daughter Jenny bounds into view. And a look back
through the Doctor's generation time line to find out why two Doctors can sometimes be better than one.
Featuring interviews with David Tennant, Peter Davison, Georgia Moffett and Russell T Davies.
7/13 - Nemesis
The Doctor and Donna travel back to the 1920s and enjoy an unexpected encounter with Agatha Christie. All is well until
the party reveals an unwanted guest with a sting in its tail. We find out exactly what goes into creating a classic
murder mystery, what it's like behind the scenes with such a big ensemble cast and discover the mysterious events
surrounding the real Agatha Christie.
Features interviews with David Tennant and Fenella Woolgar.
8/13 - Shadow Play
The Doctor and Donna are on the set of the eerie Library Planet to confront the monsters of the dark, the vicious Vashta
Nerada. There's a look at how these shadowy creatures are created, how a disused library in Swansea became the setting
for all the universe's books, how the effects boys and crew take it in turns to fire books in the general direction of
David Tennant and how writer Steven Moffat has contributed to the series.
9/13 - River Runs Deep
Behind-the-scenes look at the making of Doctor Who. Alex Kingston talks about her role as time-travelling archaeologist
River Song, the sinister world of the library is explored and there's a feature on the mysterious Dr Moon and Donna's
adventures away from the Doctor. Writer Russell T Davies discusses the programme's mythology and renewed success.
10/13 - Look Who's Talking
The travelling Timelord swaps his TARDIS for alternative transport, the secrets behind things that go bump in the night
are revealed and there's a look at how the sound team put together the complicated soundscape of the programme.
Featuring exclusive interviews with David Tennant, Russell T Davies, Lesley Sharp, David Troughton, Lindsey Coulson,
Daniel Ryan and Colin Morgan.
11/13 - Here Come the Girls
The world is in crisis and there's only one person who can save it, but it's not who you might think. Witness the world
without the Doctor, travel backstage with the TARDIS, and take a stroll down the exotic Shan Shen Alley. There is also
the return of an old friend to the show in the shape of Rose Tyler. Featuring an exclusive interview with Billie Piper
and contributions from Catherine Tate, David Tennant and Russell T Davies.
12/13 - Friends and Foe
With The Doctor's oldest adversaries back and badder than ever, a look inside the dark and deadly world of the Daleks.
From their creation 45 years ago to their latest incarnation, the lid is lifted on TV's most popular aliens. Learn what
first inspired the iconic Dalek design, see how they are brought so terrifyingly to life, and discover just what Daleks
get up to between takes when they're not conquering the universe.
With exclusive interviews from David Tennant, Russell T Davies, director Graeme Harper, art director Ed Thomas and
original Dalek designer Ray Cusick, plus, as all the different Doctor Who worlds collide, the biggest ever collection
of companions are quizzed on what it's been like teaming up to take on the evil exterminators.
13/13 - The End of an Era
It's the nail-biting finale to series four and the Doctor's arch enemy brings the universe to the brink of extinction.
Featuring highlights from the climactic battle in the Crucible and interviews with David Tennant, Billie Piper,
Catherine Tate, Freema Agyeman, Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson, as they reflect on the highs
and lows of the two companions' amazing journey through the series.
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