Doctor Who The Waters of Mars Tonight

By Mark
The Waters of Mars, this year's second special episode of Doctor Who, will premiere in the United Kingdom and Ireland tonight at 7pm on BBC One. David Tennant will reprise his role as the 10th Doctor and Lindsay Duncan will play his companion for the episode, Adelaide. The story has been directed by Graeme Harper and written by both Russell T Davies and Phil Ford. Doctor Who Confidential will follow on BBC Three and tonight's schedule can be viewed below;
  • Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars - 7pm - BBC One and BBC HD
  • Doctor Who Confidential: Is There Life on Mars? - 8pm - BBC Three and BBC HD
Tonight's episode of Doctor Who Confidential will take a look behind the scenes of the episode and more information about it can be found here. The Waters of Mars will be repeated on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC Three and at the end of the episode, a trailer for this year's third special will be shown along with confirmation of the special's title. More details about this year's remaining specials will be posted here on this site as soon as they become available. Will you be watching The Waters of Mars and Doctor Who Confidential tonight?
 

3 comments so far.

  1. Brad 15 November 2009 at 21:10
    Great post. The episode was absolutely brilliant! It's good (well not that good, its bad that the Tenth Doctor's going to die) to see Ood Sigma's prophercy falling into place.
  2. Teru 16 November 2009 at 16:58
    I love Doctor Who! I'm so upset to not be in London right now so that I can watch it properly- but I've heard that it'll be coming out on BBC America quite close to the original English premiere date.
  3. Nerwen Elendil 17 November 2009 at 23:39
    Brilliant episode!!!!
    Quite scary to see the Doctor saying and doing those things, though!
    But it's sad to see the end aproaching... Specially with David's departure from the show!!!

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