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Doctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour: BBC Three, 7pm
Previously only available as a DVD bonus feature, BBC Three is giving this charming hour-long documentary charting last year's Doctor Who world tour an airing tonight.
Part celebration of the sci-fi series, part exploration of fan culture, there's much to enjoy here - though the clear highlight is the sight of Steven Moffat in a fez.
Colin Salmon (Arrow) and Antonia Thomas (Misfits) are guest stars in tonight's episode - when his daughter Samara (Thomas) is kidnapped, exiled Spanish general Tariq (Salmon) requests the help of the Musketeers.
In return, Tariq plans to trade an advanced war weapon stolen from his home country - but will the rescue operation go according to plan?
Celebrity Big Brother: Channel 5, 9pm
There's never a dull moment in the CBB house - after Jeremy and Ken were both ejected, »
The Musketeers continues tomorrow night with 'The Good Traitor', the exciting tale of a Spanish general (played by guest star Colin Salmon) who makes our boys an offer they can't refuse - but to collect, they must first rescue his kidnapped daughter (Antonia Thomas).
Digital Spy grilled Thomas about her guest stint on BBC One's romantic, action-packed period caper - and here's six things we learnt about this week's adventure.
1. This week's Musketeers is a swashbuckling adventure with advanced war weaponry!
"I play Samara," reveals Thomas. "She's the daughter of a Spanish general, but they're also Moors and they've been exiled from Spain - so they have to flee but on their way to Morocco, Samara is kidnapped in Paris.
"My father is trying to get me back and the Musketeers become involved. There's this tussle over something which my father has taken - this advanced piece of war »
2 items from 2015
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