Plum Pudding, Death and Disaster

By Mark
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In a recent interview with the Telegraph, Russell T Davies announced that this year's Doctor Who Christmas Special will be set in the Victorian era. He says we should expect a lot of plum pudding, death and disaster. Of course at the moment we don't know which companion or companions will be travelling with The Doctor in this episode, it may even be a new Christmas companion.
In other news a radio show, Doctor Who – The Commentaries, will start on the 6th April and air every Sunday after the new Doctor Who episodes have been shown. The Radio show will air on BBC Radio 7, the first of which is hosted by both David Tennant and Catherine Tate. Each week the presenters will recap the new series and talk about the new episodes. You can tune into the first episode on the 6th April at 6:30pm on BBC Radio 7. What do you think about a Victorian Doctor Who Christmas Special? Will you be listening to Doctor Who - The Commentaries?
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5 comments so far.

  1. badwolfpr 1 April 2008 at 14:06
    awesum cant wait for the chrimbo ep and the radio thing sounds interesting
  2. Anonymous 1 April 2008 at 15:29
    the mirror said Rose and the Cybermen would be in it.
  3. Axlart 1 April 2008 at 15:58
    Cool Post and Picture! Doubt the Cybermen will Appear in the Special Anonymous.
  4. Anonymous 1 April 2008 at 16:10
    Anonymous was me - Brad
    the papers are hardly ever wright but they sometimes might be. If Rose is coming into the series 4 finale she must have crossed the void. If she can get out, the daleks who are also in the finale must come to and The Cybermen could get lost and fall the void into victorian times. (complicated I know. The mirror also said that Rose would be in it

    The Radio times announced more ep titles

    S4 E6: THE DOCTORS DAUGHTER
    S4 E11: TURN LEFT
    S4 E13 JOURNEYS END
  5. a64 1 April 2008 at 18:52
    Good theory... but please NO MORE ONE OFF CHRISTMAS COMPANIONS!

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