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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Rose

26 March 2005
Rose Tyler is just an ordinary shop worker living an ordinary life in 21st century Britain. But that life is turned upside down when a strange man calling himself The Doctor drags her into an alien invasion attempt!

Season 1, Episode 2: The End of the World

2 April 2005
Rose goes off on her first adventure with the Doctor who takes her 5 billion years into the future to view a cataclysmic event: the destruction of the Earth. They're on an orbiting space platform with a groups of invited guests who seem to travel from one cataclysmic event to another. There are uninvited guests as well in the form of spider-like mechanical robots that seem to multiply at will and are obviously bent on causing destruction. The spiders soon dispose of the Steward and gain control of the orbiting platform's mainframe. It doesn't take long for the Doctor to figure out just which of the invited guests is behind it all.

Christopher Eccleston ... Doctor Who

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Simon Paisley Day ... Steward
Yasmin Bannerman ... Jabe

Jimmy Vee ... Moxx of Balhoon

Zoë Wanamaker ... Cassandra (voice)

Camille Coduri ... Jackie Tyler
Beccy Armory ... Raffalo

Sara Stewart ... Computer (voice)
Silas Carson ... Aliens (voice)

Paul Kasey ... Forest of Cheem Tree (uncredited)

Jo Osmond ... Space Station Alien (uncredited)

Lisa Osmond ... Space Station Alien (uncredited)
Alan Ruscoe ... Lute - Forest of Cheem Tree (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Unquiet Dead

9 April 2005
The Doctor has great expectations for his latest adventure when he and Rose join forces with Charles Dickens to investigate a mysterious plague of zombies.

Christopher Eccleston ... Doctor Who

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler
Alan David ... Gabriel Sneed
Huw Rhys ... Redpath
Jennifer Hill ... Mrs. Peace

Eve Myles ... Gwyneth

Simon Callow ... Charles Dickens
Wayne Cater ... Stage Manager
Michael Povey ... Driver (as Meic Povey)
Zoe Thorne ... The Gelth
Aaron Fisher ... Theatre Spectator (uncredited)
John Ninnis ... Theatre Crowd (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Aliens of London

16 April 2005
The Doctor returns Rose to her own time - well, sort of - but her family reunion is ruined when a spaceship crashes in the middle of London. What is the origin of the spaceship, and where has the Prime Minister gone in this time of crisis?

Season 1, Episode 5: World War Three

23 April 2005
The fiendish Slitheen have been unmasked as the ones who crashed the spaceship into London as part of a ruse to trigger World War Three. But how can The Doctor save the planet when he's trapped inside a locked room?

Season 1, Episode 6: Dalek

30 April 2005
The Doctor and Rose travel to the year 2012 and land in a museum of extra-terrestrial objects accumulated by the very wealthy Henry van Statten. He's an avid collector - the TARDIS lands on the museum's 53rd floor below ground level - but he's also using alien technology to develop new weapons from which he derives his large income. He's particularly proud of one device he's acquired but has not yet been able to make functional and to the Doctor's horror, it turns out to a very old and very dangerous enemy from the past.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Long Game

7 May 2005
The Doctor and Rose arrive in the year 200,000 to see The Fourth Great and Bountiful Human Empire. But something has gone wrong - someone is holding back the development of mankind. Who could have done this? And why?

Christopher Eccleston ... Doctor Who

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler
Bruno Langley ... Adam Mitchell
Colin Prockter ... Head Chef

Christine Adams ... Cathica

Anna Maxwell Martin ... Suki (as Anna Maxwell-Martin)

Simon Pegg ... The Editor

Tamsin Greig ... Nurse
Judy Holt ... Adam's Mum
Aaron Fisher ... Satellite Five Patient (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Cyberman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Father's Day

14 May 2005
All of her life, Rose's mother told how great a man her father Pete was. He was killed by a hit and run driver when Rose was just a baby and among her many regrets was that her father died alone, just lying on the street. Rose asks the Doctor to take her back to that day. Rather than just be with him when he dies, she actually saves him and later admits that this was her plan all along. She soon realizes that her parents' marriage was not exactly the golden relationship she had claimed it to be. Far worse however, is that by saving her father, Rose has created a tear in space and time with the result that creatures are now feasting on humans. The Doctor isn't sure he'll be able to make everything right. Pete knows what he has to do, however.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Empty Child

21 May 2005
Rose and the Doctor find themselves in 1941 London when the TARDIS receives an emergency signal from another time-traveling vehicle. While the Doctor tries to determine where the object may have landed, Rose goes off in search of a child she can hear calling for help. When she gets herself into a precarious situation, she's rescued by the rather handsome RAF Captain Jack Harkness, who owns a time machine of his own. The Doctor meanwhile meets Nancy who has an interesting way of arranging meals for homeless children. They are also being chased by the child Rose heard calling. The Doctor determines that human DNA is being rewritten but it's not obvious why or by who.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Doctor Dances

28 May 2005
The Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack Harkness are still in the hospital with the gas mask-wearing mutants and are having some trouble finding a way out. The Doctor determines that the ambulance Captain Jack was using in his scam contained nano genes, similar to the one's he used to repair Rose's rope-burned hands. Only in this case, there are enough nano genes on the loose to "repair" an entire species and they have no idea what a human looks like in the first place. The future of the human race lies in Nancy accepting her true relationship to the little boy who is haunting her.

Season 1, Episode 11: Boom Town

4 June 2005
Stopping off in present-day Cardiff to recharge the TARDIS, The Doctor, Rose and Jack encounter an old foe in the midst of hatching a scheme that could destroy the entire planet.

Season 1, Episode 12: Bad Wolf

11 June 2005
Jack, The Doctor and Rose have been kidnapped and forced to play terrible and deadly games. But what happens to the bodies of the murdered contestants? And what sinister plot do the games hide?

Season 1, Episode 13: The Parting of the Ways

18 June 2005
The Dalek fleet is poised to destroy the Earth and only The Doctor, Rose, Jack and a band of television producers can stop them.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 0: The Christmas Invasion

25 December 2005
It's Christmas Eve, but this is to be a far from silent night - the cruel Sycorax have come to Earth to enslave mankind and, as ever, only The Doctor can stop them. Unfortunately, he's lying in a coma in Jackie's home...

Season 2, Episode 1: New Earth

15 April 2006
As Rose Tyler embarks upon her first big TARDIS adventure with the newly-regenerated Doctor, they discover a sinister hospital run by strange cat people and run in to two old acquaintances, The Face of Boe and Cassandra.

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Camille Coduri ... Jackie Tyler

Noel Clarke ... Mickey Smith

Zoë Wanamaker ... Cassandra

Sean Gallagher ... Chip
Doña Croll ... Matron Casp (as Dona Croll)
Michael Fitzgerald ... Duke of Manhattan
Lucy Robinson ... Fran Clovis

Adjoa Andoh ... Sister Jatt
Anna Hope ... Novice Hame
Simon Ludders ... Patient

Struan Rodger ... Face of Boe (voice)
Sophia Day ... Diseased Patient (uncredited)
Lucy Hassan ... Diseased pod patient (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Cassandra escort (uncredited)

John R. Walker ... Cured Patient (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Tooth and Claw

22 April 2006
The Doctor and Rose are transported to 19th Century Scotland, where they meet Queen Victoria, and try to protect her from a ravenous werewolf and a band of assassinating warrior-monks

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Pauline Collins ... Queen Victoria

Ian Hanmore ... Father Angelo

Michelle Duncan ... Lady Isobel

Derek Riddell ... Sir Robert

Jamie Sives ... Captain Reynolds

Ron Donachie ... Steward
Tom Smith ... The Host
Ruth Milne ... Flora (as Ruthie Milne)

Spencer Hawken ... Monk (uncredited)
Ruari Mears ... Monk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: School Reunion

29 April 2006
The Krillitanes - aliens with a mix-and-match physiology - are trying to crack the 'God-Maker', a paradigm to give them ultimate power. They are using children as a computer, and only the Doctor and Rose, re-united with Sarah Jane Smith and K9 can prevent them from becoming masters of time and space.

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Noel Clarke ... Mickey Smith

Anthony Head ... Mr. Finch

Elisabeth Sladen ... Sarah Jane Smith
Rod Arthur ... Mr. Parsons
Eugene Washington ... Mr. Wagner
Heather Cameron-McLintock ... Nina (as Heather Cameron)
Joe Pickley ... Kenny

Ben Smith ... Luke (as Benjamin Smith)

Clem Tibber ... Milo

Lucinda Dryzek ... Melissa
Caroline Berry ... Dinner Lady
John Leeson ... K-9 (voice)

Spencer Hawken ... Teacher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Girl in the Fireplace

6 May 2006
The Doctor, Mickey and Rose land on a spaceship in the 51st century only to find 18th century Versailles on board, the time of Madame De Pompadour! To find out what's going on the Doctor must enter Versailles and save Madame De Popmpadour but it turns into an emotional roller coaster for the Doctor.

Season 2, Episode 5: Rise of the Cybermen

13 May 2006
Upon landing on an alternate version of the Earth, The Doctor, Rose and Mickey learn that Peter Tyler is apparently alive and well. Lurking in the shadows are creatures made to destroy - one of The Doctor's greatest fears have come true...the Cybermen are reborn.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Age of Steel

20 May 2006
Lumic's army of cybermen is on the rise, and with more and more people being converted by the hour, time is of the essence. The gang are reduced to fugitives as they roam the streets of parallel London trying to rid the earth of cybermen.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Idiot's Lantern

27 May 2006
In 1950s London, the police are hunting down strange, mute creatures. The people of Britain gather around their new-fangled "tele-vision" sets to celebrate the new Queen's coronation - but is something affecting the signal?

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Maureen Lipman ... The Wire

Ron Cook ... Magpie

Jamie Foreman ... Eddie Connolly
Debra Gillett ... Rita Connolly
Rory Jennings ... Tommy Connolly
Margaret John ... Grandma Connolly
Sam Cox ... Detective Inspector Bishop

Ieuan Rhys ... Crabtree
Jean Challis ... Aunty Betty
Christopher Driscoll ... Security Guard

Marie Lewis ... Mrs. Gallagher
Kevin Hudson ... Delivery Man (uncredited)
Lara Phillipart ... Young Girl (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jason Stevens ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Impossible Planet

3 June 2006
The TARDIS lands on an alien planet shrouded in a darkness that even the Doctor can't figure out. And what is lurking at the bottom of The Satan Pit?

Season 2, Episode 9: The Satan Pit

10 June 2006
As Rose battles the murderous Ood, the Doctor finds his every belief being challenged to the core, as the Pit beckons. With the planet threatening to fall into the black hole, the Doctor must make the ultimate sacrifice.

Season 2, Episode 10: Love & Monsters

17 June 2006
A run in with the Doctor at a young age leads Elton to a group who's studying him, they become friends and have a laugh until Victor Kennedy arrives. Suddenly everything becomes more serious then people start disappearing from the group. Can the Doctor save Elton and explain his past before he's absorbed by the Absorbaloff

Season 2, Episode 11: Fear Her

24 June 2006
The Doctor and Rose travel to London in 2012 to see the Olympics - only to find that children are mysteriously disappearing before peoples very eyes. The answer seems to lie with a young girl named Chloe and her strange drawings - but is there something more sinister behind the disappearances?

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Nina Sosanya ... Trish
Abisola Agbaje ... Chloe
Edna Doré ... Maeve (as Edna Dore)

Tim Faraday ... Tom's Dad
Abdul Salis ... Kel
Richard Nichols ... Driver
Erica Eirian ... Neighbour
Stephen Marzella ... Police Officer
Huw Edwards ... Commentator (voice)

Season 2, Episode 12: Army of Ghosts

1 July 2006
As the ghosts of loved ones appear, the whole world celebrates. But as the Doctor investigates he believes that there is a more sinister motive behind their appearence. And deep within the Torchwood tower, a mysterious sphere containing the greatest enemies of the Doctor is opened...

Season 2, Episode 13: Doomsday

8 July 2006
Earth becomes the battlefield for the greatest and deadliest war of all time, as the Daleks and the Cybermen clash with the whole universe at stake. The Doctor and Rose, reunited with old friends and Cybermen experts Mickey and Jake, race to find a way to bring the war to an end before it brings about the destruction of the whole of space and time. But the Doctor soon faces an even bigger dilemma - could ending the war mean the death of Rose?

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 0: The Runaway Bride

25 December 2006
A young bride in the midst of her wedding finds herself mysteriously transported to the TARDIS. The Doctor must discover what her connection is with the Empress of Racnoss's plan to destroy the world.

Season 3, Episode 1: Smith and Jones

31 March 2007
When the hospital where medical student Martha Jones works at is transported to the moon, only the Doctor can come to the rescue and face the might of the Judoon.

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Freema Agyeman ... Martha Jones

Anne Reid ... Florence Finnegan
Roy Marsden ... Mr. Stoker

Adjoa Andoh ... Francine Jones

Gugu Mbatha-Raw ... Tish Jones

Reggie Yates ... Leo Jones
Trevor Laird ... Clive Jones
Kimmi Richards ... Annalise

Ben Righton ... Morgenstern

Vineeta Rishi ... Juila Swales

Paul Kasey ... Judoon Captain

Nicholas Briggs ... Judoon (voice)

George Cottle ... Man who attacks the Judoon QV (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Surgeon (uncredited)
Ruari Mears ... Judoon Captain (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Shakespeare Code

7 April 2007
The Doctor takes Martha to 1599, to meet none other than William Shakespeare in the Globe Theatre...but can he stop the curse of the three witches?

Season 3, Episode 3: Gridlock

14 April 2007
The Doctor and Martha go back to New Earth were The Doctor will encounter the Face of Boe who will tell The Doctor "The Great Secret".

Season 3, Episode 4: Daleks in Manhattan

21 April 2007
The Doctor and Martha confront a host of surviving Daleks from the Canary Wharf battle. What are those creatures in the sewers? Who is Solomon? And why are the Cult Of Skaro attempting to create a Dalek/Human hybrid...?

Season 3, Episode 5: Evolution of the Daleks

28 April 2007
Concluding part to Daleks in Manhattan. In 1930s New York, the Daleks' plan is in full force. Faced with the cyborgs' most evil and dangerous scheme yet, will the Doctor and Martha be able to defeat their greatest opponents?

Season 3, Episode 6: The Lazarus Experiment

5 May 2007
The famous Dr Lazarus has appeared to discover the secret of eternal youth - but do his experiments hide a sinister secret?

Season 3, Episode 7: 42

19 May 2007
On a spaceship headed straight for the center of the sun, The Doctor only has 42 minutes to save Martha and the rest of the ship's crew from an inevitable doom...

Season 3, Episode 8: Human Nature

26 May 2007
In 1913, Martha watches in jealousy from afar as The Doctor learns what it is to be human and to fall in love with the local school nurse, Joan Redfern.

Season 3, Episode 9: The Family of Blood

2 June 2007
The Doctor must deal with the repercussions of his decision to become human, as The Family Of Blood unveil themselves...

Season 3, Episode 10: Blink

9 June 2007
Sally Sparrow receives a cryptic message from the Doctor about a mysterious new enemy species that is after the TARDIS.

Season 3, Episode 11: Utopia

16 June 2007
Soon after bumping into old friend Jack Harkness, Martha and The Doctor head off to Malcassairo, a distant planet where an old professor will do anything he can to keep his people alive...

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Freema Agyeman ... Martha Jones

John Barrowman ... Captain Jack Harkness

Derek Jacobi ... Professor Yana

Chipo Chung ... Chantho
René Zagger ... Padra (as Rene Zagger)

Neil Reidman ... Lieutenant Atillo
Paul Marc Davis ... Chieftain (as Paul Marc Davies)
Robert Forknall ... Guard

John Bell ... Creet
Deborah MacLaren ... Kistane
Abigail Canton ... Wiry Woman

John Simm ... The Master
Anthony Ainley ... The Master (archive sound) (uncredited)
Roger Delgado ... The Master (archive sound) (uncredited)

Sean Gilder ... Sycorax Leader (archive footage) (uncredited)

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler (archive footage) (uncredited)

Struan Rodger ... The Face of Boe (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Sound of Drums

23 June 2007
The Doctor, Martha and Jack return to the 21st Century eighteen months after the Doctor and Martha left. They find they've missed the election, and the new Prime Minister, Harold Saxon, is someone they've met before by another name.

Season 3, Episode 13: Last of the Time Lords

30 June 2007
It's been a year since The Master unleashed the mysterious Toclafane onto Earth. With the human race and The Doctor enslaved under The Master's control, Martha Jones is the only person that can help stop the evil Time Lord.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 0: Voyage of the Damned

25 December 2007
The Doctor finds his TARDIS colliding with a spaceship based on the RMS Titanic during a Christmas party. With the help of a waitress named Astrid, the Doctor must take on the race called the Hosts as the lives of the Titanic crew and those on Earth are in danger.

Season 4, Episode 1: Partners in Crime

5 April 2008
With a new weight-loss pill tested in London by Adipose Industries, The Doctor goes to investigate the sinister truth behind the product, only to find out that his old friend Donna Noble is investigating as well.

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Catherine Tate ... Donna Noble

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Sarah Lancashire ... Miss Foster

Bernard Cribbins ... Wilfred Mott

Jacqueline King ... Sylvia Noble
Verona Joseph ... Penny Carter

Jessica Gunning ... Stacey Harris
Martin Ball ... Roger Davey
Rachid Sabitri ... Craig Staniland
Chandra Ruegg ... Clare Pope
Sue Kelvin ... Suzette Chambers
Jonathan Stratt ... Taxi Driver
Ruari Mears ... 1st Foster Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Fires of Pompeii

12 April 2008
The Doctor and Donna visit Pompeii in AD 79, on the eve of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

Season 4, Episode 3: Planet of the Ood

19 April 2008
Finding themselves on the Ood-Sphere planet in the 42nd century, The Doctor and Donna discover the truth over the Ood's willingness to serve humankind.

Season 4, Episode 4: The Sontaran Stratagem

26 April 2008
UNIT's newest recruit Martha Jones enlists The Doctor's help to investigate kid genius Luke Rattigan and his ATMOS system that is used in every car on Earth.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Poison Sky

3 May 2008
With planet Earth choking under the poison sky, the Doctor must stop the Sontarans' threat to the planet.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Doctor's Daughter

10 May 2008
Caught in the middle of a war between the Humans and the Hath in the planet Messaline, the Doctor finds himself once again a father.

Season 4, Episode 7: The Unicorn and the Wasp

17 May 2008
With a 1920s dinner party turning into a murder mystery, The Doctor and Donna meet Agatha Christie on the eve of her publicized disappearance.

Season 4, Episode 8: Silence in the Library

31 May 2008
The Doctor and Donna join a group of archaeologists at a 51st century library. What caused the library to become abandoned? What are the Nodes? And what links the library to one little girl? All they have is one warning - count the shadows.

Season 4, Episode 9: Forest of the Dead

7 June 2008
With the library darkening, the Doctor takes on the Vashta Nerada while figuring out what links River Song to his future. Meanwhile, Donna finds out the mystery of Dr. Moon and the Girl.

Season 4, Episode 10: Midnight

14 June 2008
As part of a well-deserved holiday, the Doctor takes a bus tour on the planet Midnight. Little does he know that something is knocking on that bus' wall...

Season 4, Episode 11: Turn Left

21 June 2008
What would happen if Donna never met the Doctor? How would Earth handle the Racnoss, the falling Titanic or the Sontarans? Aided by a familiar blonde time traveler, Donna corrects the alternate time line from happening.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Stolen Earth

28 June 2008
The return of an old enemy leaves Earth along with 26 other planets stolen from their places. As the Doctor and Donna look for the whereabouts of Earth, former companions of the Doctor assemble a resistance against the new Dalek Empire.

Season 4, Episode 13: Journey's End

5 July 2008
In the wake of Davros' threat to destroy the existence of the Universe itself, the Doctor's companions unite to stop the Dalek empire. Which one will die by the prophecies and what will the fate be for the Doctor?

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Catherine Tate ... Donna Noble

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler

Freema Agyeman ... Martha Jones

John Barrowman ... Captain Jack Harkness

Elisabeth Sladen ... Sarah Jane Smith

Noel Clarke ... Mickey Smith

Camille Coduri ... Jackie Tyler

Gareth David-Lloyd ... Ianto Jones

Eve Myles ... Gwen Cooper

Tommy Knight ... Luke Smith (as Thomas Knight)

Bernard Cribbins ... Wilfred Mott

Jacqueline King ... Sylvia Noble

Adjoa Andoh ... Francine Jones
Julian Bleach ... Davros
Valda Aviks ... German Woman
Shobu Kapoor ... Scared Woman

Elizabeth Tan ... Anna Zhou
Michael Price ... Liberian Man

Nicholas Briggs ... Dalek (voice)
Barnaby Edwards ... Dalek Operator
Nicholas Pegg ... Dalek Operator
David Hankinson ... Dalek Operator
Anthony Spargo ... Dalek Operator
John Leeson ... K-9 (voice)

Alexander Armstrong ... Mr Smith (voice)

Rakie Ayola ... The Hostess (archive footage) (uncredited)
Yasmin Bannerman ... Jabe (archive footage) (uncredited)
Moya Brady ... Bridget (archive footage) (uncredited)

Chipo Chung ... Chantho (archive footage) (uncredited)
Martha Cope ... The Controller (archive footage) (uncredited)

Shaun Dingwall ... Pete Tyler (archive footage) (uncredited)
Simon Greenall ... Mr. Skinner (archive footage) (uncredited)
Helen Griffin ... Mrs. Moore (archive footage) (uncredited)

Shirley Henderson ... Ursula Blake (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anna Hope ... Novice Hame (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gethin Jones ... Dalek Operator (uncredited)
Jo Joyner ... Lynda Moss (archive footage) (uncredited)

Alex Kingston ... River Song (archive footage) (uncredited)
Eric Loren ... Dalek Sec (archive footage) (uncredited)

Kylie Minogue ... Astrid Peth (archive footage) (uncredited)

Georgia Moffett ... Jenny (archive footage) (uncredited)

Derek Riddell ... Sir Robert (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ryan Sampson ... Luke Rattigan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lesley Sharp ... Sky Silvestry (archive footage) (uncredited)

Penelope Wilton ... Harriet Jones (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Eleventh Hour

3 April 2010
With his TARDIS in ruins, the newly-regenerated Doctor with the help of Amy Pond must save the world in less than twenty minutes from galactic policemen known as the Atraxi.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory Williams

Caitlin Blackwood ... Amelia

Nina Wadia ... Dr Ramsden

Marcello Magni ... Barney Collins
Perry Benson ... Ice Cream Man

Annette Crosbie ... Mrs Angelo

Tom Hopper ... Jeff
Arthur Cox ... Mr Henderson

Olivia Colman ... Mother (as Olivia Coleman)
Eden Monteath ... Child 1
Merin Monteath ... Child 2
David de Keyser ... Atraxi (voice)
William Wilde ... Prisoner Zero (voice)
Patrick Moore ... Patrick Moore

Colin Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Pope Benedict XVI ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mohandas K. Gandhi ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Tennant ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Beast Below

10 April 2010
The Doctor takes Amy to the future inside Starship UK, which contains in addition to British explorers, an intimidating race known as the Smilers.

Season 5, Episode 3: Victory of the Daleks

17 April 2010
The TARDIS takes The Doctor and Amy to war-torn Britain in the middle of World War Two. Not only do they meet Winston Churchill himself, but the Doctor comes face to face once again with his greatest enemy of all.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Time of Angels

24 April 2010
The Doctor and Amy emerge from the TARDIS to find the wreck of the Byzantium spaceship. Down below the Weeping Angels are stirring, but the Doctor has someone else to contend with; none other than the mysterious Professor River Song.

Season 5, Episode 5: Flesh and Stone

1 May 2010
The Doctor, Amy, Dr. Song and the remaining soldiers manage to escape from the crashed ship and into the forest. The Angels attempt to create a rift in time and space much as the Doctor had found in Amy's room when they first met. Amy meanwhile is counting down from 10 minutes and the Doctor has determined that an Angel has taken over her mind.

Season 5, Episode 6: The Vampires of Venice

8 May 2010
The Doctor and Amy cross swords in more ways than one with a horde of blood-sucking vampires in 16th century Venice.

Season 5, Episode 7: Amy's Choice

15 May 2010
Five years after finally leaving the TARDIS Amy and Rory now married, live in the quiet little village of Leadworth. But everything is not what it would seem.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory

Toby Jones ... Dream Lord

Nick Hobbs ... Mr Nainby
Joan Linder ... Mrs Hamill

Audrey Ardington ... Mrs Poggit
Huw Rees ... Killer OAP (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: The Hungry Earth

22 May 2010
The Doctor tries to get everyone to Rio, but nothing quite goes as planned. They arrive in a small Welsh village where the Doctor immediately senses that the ground isn't quite right. There is a drilling rig nearby that has reached a depth of 21 kilometers when odd things begin to happen. A local village man has disappeared and soon after Amy is swallowed into the ground. The Doctor realizes that the drilling has disturbed an ancient reptilian race that has lived deep underground for thousands upon thousands of years and who are determined to protect themselves against the 'apes' who live on the surface.

Season 5, Episode 9: Cold Blood

29 May 2010
The Doctor and Nasreen Chaudry go deep underground and find an ancient society that has been disturbed by the drilling. They are gassed and taken prisoner just as Amy manages to free herself. The military commander of the underground reptilians, Restac, is convinced that the "apes' - their term for humans - are an invading force. Calmer heads prevail and the Doctor manages to negotiate a truce pending the transfer of prisoners which he, and some of the more pacifist members of the reptilians, hopes will lead to a lasting peace. The only problem is that Alaya, the reptile prisoner has been killed and Restac is ready to go to war.

Season 5, Episode 10: Vincent and the Doctor

5 June 2010
Visiting a museum, the Doctor and Amy are especially excited with the gallery for Vincent van Gogh. Many of van Gogh pieces are displayed, including "The Church at Auvers (1890)". However there is something irregular discovered on the painting - a small alien image within a window pane. The Doctor quickly takes Amy back to 1890 where they locate the troubled artist that upsets the locals, cannot pay his bills, and is able to see an invisible monster that no one else is able to see.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Tony Curran ... Vincent
Nik Howden ... Maurice
Chrissie Cotterill ... Mother
Sarah Counsell ... Waitress
Morgan Overton ... School Child
Andrew Byrne ... School Child

Bill Nighy ... Dr. Black (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: The Lodger

12 June 2010
No sooner does the TARDIS land on Earth that it leaves again - but without the Doctor who had just stepped outside. The Doctor soon finds himself at the home of Craig Owens, who has been advertising for a lodger. There's clearly something odd in the house with people being lured to the upstairs room, but never reappearing. The Doctor is having a good time of it and is having a bit of fun; he proves to be a rather good football player. Craig the landlord is very much in love with Sophie but can't quite bring himself to tell her. The Doctor tries to help them out. But then there's always the problem of that upstairs room.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

James Corden ... Craig

Daisy Haggard ... Sophie
Owen Donovan ... Steven
Babatunde Aleshe ... Sean
Jem Wall ... Michael
Karen Seacombe ... Sandra
Kamara Bacchus ... Clubber

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ben Peyton ... Avatar (voice) (uncredited)

Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler (archive footage) (uncredited)

David Tennant ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: The Pandorica Opens

19 June 2010
River Song returns to deliver The Doctor a serious warning from his allies: the mythical Pandorica, said to contain the most feared creature in the entire Universe, is opening.

Season 5, Episode 13: The Big Bang

26 June 2010
The Daleks, Cybermen and others have imprisoned in the Pandorica the most dangerous creature in the universe - the Doctor, who they say will in the future destroy the universe. Moving to 1996, a preteen Amy Pond visits a museum with her Aunt and opens the Pandorica, only to find the adult version of herself inside. Traveling back and forth in time, the Doctor tries to make sense of it all and find River Song, who is also missing. He realizes that there is only one explanation for a starless universe.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 0: A Christmas Carol

25 December 2010
A space liner, with a large number of passengers aboard, is in difficulties while flying through the atmosphere of an unknown planet. Amy and Rory have been spending some time on board in the honeymoon suite and they quickly appear on deck. Amy calls the doctor for help and the TARDIS soon appears ahead of the ship. However the Doctor cannot save them and the only other option is to land on the planet below. There the Doctor meets a Scrooge like figure by the name of Kazran Sardick, the only person that can save Amy, Rory and all the other lives on the Spacecraft. The Doctor learns that the atmosphere surrounding the planet is controlled by Kazran who is unwilling to help the liner. The only option to save the ship is for the Doctor to persuade Kazran to save the liner himself.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory

Michael Gambon ... Kazran Sardick / Elliot Sardick

Katherine Jenkins ... Abigail

Laurence Belcher ... Young Kazran

Danny Horn ... Adult Kazran

Leo Bill ... Pilot

Pooky Quesnel ... Captain

Micah Balfour ... Co-Pilot

Stephen North ... Old Benjamin (as Steve North)
Bailey Pepper ... Boy / Benjamin

Tim Plester ... Servant

Nick Malinowski ... Eric
Laura Rogers ... Isabella
Meg Wynn Owen ... Old Isabella (as Meg Wynn-Owen)

Season 6, Episode 1: The Impossible Astronaut

23 April 2011
River Song, Rory, The Doctor and Amy are reunited in the Utah desert

Season 6, Episode 2: Day of the Moon

30 April 2011
Still in 1969, the Doctor has come to the conclusion that the alien creatures are only seen when they directly look at them. As soon as you look away, any memory of their presence is wiped clean. The aliens are also able to leave suggestions in people's minds, and aren't invaders per se, but have been on Earth for a very long time. While the Doctor works to ensure the success of Apollo 11, the others try to solve the mystery of the little girl in the space suit.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory

Alex Kingston ... River Song

Mark Sheppard ... Canton Delaware

Marnix Van Den Broeke ... The Silent
Stuart Milligan ... President Richard Nixon
Kerry Shale ... Doctor Renfrew
Glenn Wrage ... Gardner

Jeff Mash ... Grant
Sydney Wade ... Little Girl

Tommy Campbell ... Sergeant
Peter Banks ... Doctor Shepherd

Frances Barber ... Eye Patch Lady
Ricky Fearon ... Tramp
Chukwudi Iwuji ... Carl (as Chuk Iwuji)

Mark Griffin ... Phil

Neil Armstrong ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Walter Cronkite ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: The Curse of the Black Spot

7 May 2011
On board a 17th century pirate ship sailing the ocean waves, a crew under the command of one Captain Avery are being picked off one by one by a ghostly apparition. They believe it to be a legendary Siren, a beautiful and mesmerizing demon who lures men to their death with its haunting Siren song. She marks her prey before retrieving them with a black spot on their hand, a mark that means certain death. As they are becalmed and stuck in the ocean, all seems lost for the dwindling pirate crew... until three stowaways are discovered with a mysterious blue crate.

Season 6, Episode 4: The Doctor's Wife

14 May 2011
While traveling in the TARDIS with Rory and Amy, the Doctor hears a knock on the TARDIS doors. Bewildered and no doubt curious, he answers, only to be presented with a mysterious box which carries a distress signal. Believing it to be from a fellow Time Lord, the cosmic nomad whisks himself and his companions outside the boundaries of the universe on what should be a rescue mission. But what everyone finds is a dark Junk-yard planet populated by the bizarre Auntie, Uncle and Nephew. Last and not least among the strange inhabitants is a mentally unstable woman that goes by the name of Idris who may or may not be "The Doctor's Wife".

Season 6, Episode 5: The Rebel Flesh

21 May 2011
The Doctor, Amy and Rory arrive in a future Earth where a small group of humans operate a plant extracting highly dangerous chemicals. To minimize the danger to themselves, they create clones made of a plastic-like substance, 'gangers' (short for doppelganger) who do the actual work. While forming their clones however, the Earth is struck by massive solar flare activity that transfer the humans' emotions and memories in addition to their technical abilities. As they all try to deal with what has happened, the gangers are clearly no longer prepared to accept the limited status they previously had and insist on being treated as sentient beings in their own right. As it turns out, others have been affected as well.

Season 6, Episode 6: The Almost People

28 May 2011
As the dopplegangers - 'gangers' for short - fight their makers, both Doctors, the real one and his ganger, try to find a way to restore the power and get everyone off the island. Both Doctors claim to be the 100% real thing, something Emily can't quite grasp. Rory meanwhile is trying to find Jennie but when he locates her and her ganger, he can't tell them apart. Having selected one of them, they discover of a company secret forces their hand. He soon realizes he's made an error. There is another ganger in the group however.

Season 6, Episode 7: A Good Man Goes to War

4 June 2011
A member of The Doctor's team has been abducted and he will call in every favor and maybe even go to war to get him/her back.

Season 6, Episode 8: Let's Kill Hitler

27 August 2011
In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in Thirties Berlin, as the time-travelling drama returns for the second half of the series shown earlier in the year. The Doctor comes face to face with the greatest war criminal in the Universe. And Hitler. Old friendships are tested to their limits as the Doctor suffers the ultimate betrayal and learns a harsh lesson in the cruelest warfare of all. As precious time ebbs away, the Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities. And he must succeed before an almighty price is paid.

Season 6, Episode 9: Night Terrors

3 September 2011
A young boy living in a tower block on a council estate sends out, unknowingly, a psychic distress call transmitted to the Doctor's 'psychic paper'. When the doctor and his associates eventually find the correct flat in the tower block, they are inadvertently sent by the boy into a doll house, where they are terrorized by life-size peg dolls, and are threatened with becoming peg dolls themselves.

Season 6, Episode 10: The Girl Who Waited

10 September 2011
When Rory gets into the quarantine facility he faces Amy once again, but he faces her 36 years into her future. Old Amy is mad at the doctor for making her wait yet again and refuses to save her past self. She selfishly asks Rory to take her with him instead of the younger Amy, but he couldn't do that. In the end Rory gets young Amy into the TARDIS with the doctor with old Amy facing the robots outside. The doctor won't let her in and she is killed by kindness as Rory, the doctor and young Amy fly away in the TARDIS to begin another adventure somewhere else.

Season 6, Episode 11: The God Complex

17 September 2011
The Doctor, Amy and Rory become trapped in a hotel of horrors unable to escape and unable to find the tardis. The Doctor must save as many people as he can taking many twists and seeing his own worst fear.

Season 6, Episode 12: Closing Time

24 September 2011
After traveling for 200 years and leaving messages for Amy Pond across time and space, the Doctor realizes his time is up, its time to settle down and accept his future at Lake Silencio. . . . . .But not before one last goodbye. The Doctor travels to England and visits Craig and Sophie, who are now happily married and struggling with parenthood. Not everything is well, as the Doctor soon finds himself miraculously working at a shop and battling Cybermen.

Season 6, Episode 13: The Wedding of River Song

1 October 2011
It's April 22, 2011 the day the Doctor is supposed to die but time seems to be stuck at 5:02 p.m. London streets are clogged not only with automobiles but also Roman chariots; pterodactyls fly in the sky. The Holy Roman Emperor, Winston Churchill, calls on a prisoner to explain what is happening. In fact, all time seems to be occurring all at once. The Doctor determines that a fixed point in time has been altered or prevented from occurring. That fixed point is his own death at Lake Silencio where history records that River Song killed him. Of course not all is as it seems, particularly as it relates to the Doctor himself.

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 0: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

25 December 2011
It's Christmas Eve, 1938, when Madge Arwell comes to the aid of an injured Spaceman Angel as she cycles home. 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...

Season 7, Episode 1: Asylum of the Daleks

1 September 2012
The Doctor along with an Amy and Rory who are headed for divorce are kidnapped by the Daleks. They find themselves before the Dalek Parliament and the Doctor is quite surprised when he learns why: they want the him to save them. A ship has crashed on the one place they will not go - the Asylum, where mad Daleks are sent to spend their days. Once there, they are assisted by the only survivor of the crash, Oswin, who has been there for a year awaiting rescue and making soufflé's to pass the time. Which leads the Doctor to ask the most important question of all: where does she get the milk?

Season 7, Episode 2: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

8 September 2012
After a lengthy absence, the Doctor returns to Earth and scoops up up Amy and Rory for yet another adventure. He also manages somehow to include Rory's dad, Brian Williams. Those aren't the only travelers however as Queen Nefertiti and big-game hunter John Riddell are also on board. The TARDIS next reappears on board a large ship and the Doctor is delighted to find a cargo of prehistoric dinosaurs on board. Using the ship's computers, Amy determines that the ship's crew is nowhere to be found. There is someone on board however who has no intention of giving up his precious cargo to the Doctor or anyone else who might try to take it from him.

Season 7, Episode 3: A Town Called Mercy

15 September 2012
The Doctor gets a Stetson (and a gun), and finds himself the reluctant Sheriff of a Western town under siege by a relentless cyborg who goes by the name of The Gunslinger. But who is he and what does he want?

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory Williams

Andrew Brooke ... The Gunslinger

Adrian Scarborough ... Kahler-Jex
Dominic Kemp ... Kahler-Mas
Joanne McQuinn ... Sadie
William Byrd Wilkins ... The Preacher (as Byrd Wilkins)

Garrick Hagon ... Abraham

Ben Browder ... Isaac
A. Sean Benedict ... Dockery (as Sean Benedict)
Rob Cavazos ... Walter

Lorelei King ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: The Power of Three

22 September 2012
Earth is suddenly visited by millions of small black cubes of unknown origin. The Doctor joins Amy, Rory and Rory's father, Brian, to help discover what these cubes bring for humanity.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond

Arthur Darvill ... Rory Williams

Mark Williams ... Brian Williams

Jemma Redgrave ... Kate Stewart

Steven Berkoff ... Shakri

Selva Rasalingam ... Ranjit
Alice O'Connell ... Laura

Peter Cartwright ... Arnold Underwood
David Beck ... Orderly 1
Daniel Beck ... Orderly 2
David Hartley ... UNIT Researcher
Matthew Amroliwala ... Matthew Amroliwala (uncredited)
Karren Brady ... Karren Brady (uncredited)
Brian Cox ... Brian Cox (uncredited)

Andy Evason ... Lab Technician (uncredited)

Julian Gillard ... Scientist (uncredited)
Nick Hewer ... Nick Hewer (uncredited)
Sophie Raworth ... Sophie Raworth (uncredited)

Alan Sugar ... Alan Sugar (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: The Angels Take Manhattan

29 September 2012
The Doctor takes Amy and Rory to New York, where the Weeping Angels are waiting for them. River Song returns.

Season 7, Episode 6: The Snowmen

25 December 2012
London, 1892. Snow is trying to evolve, feeding off of the nightmares of a little girl. But the Doctor has given up on saving the world. It is up to a young governess named Clara to convince him, with just one word, to save the day.

Season 7, Episode 7: The Bells of Saint John

30 March 2013
A chance phone call reunites the Doctor with Clara in the present day. A mysterious organization, lead by the evil Miss Kizlet, sends robots known as "Spoonheads" to steal the minds of people who use the company's WiFi. The Doctor and Clara must work together to find the location of the organization and destroy it before the whole world is trapped by the WiFi.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)
Manpreet Bachu ... Nabile

Sean Knopp ... Paul

James Greene ... The Abbott
Eve De Leon Allen ... Angie
Kassius Johnson ... Artie (as Kassius Carey Johnson)
Geff Francis ... George

Celia Imrie ... Miss Kizlet

Robert Whitelock ... Mahler
Dan Li ... Alexei
Daniella Eames ... Little Girl
Antony Edridge ... Pilot
Fred Pearson ... Barista
Jade Anouka ... Waitress
Olivia Hill ... Newsreader
Matthew Earley ... Man with Chips

Isabella Blake-Thomas ... Child Reading Comic

Richard E. Grant ... The Great Intelligence
Shaun Lucas ... Monk Guarding Burial Chamber (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 8: The Rings of Akhaten

6 April 2013
Still not quite able to explain just who she is, the Doctor and Clara set off on their first adventure. He takes her to see the Rings of Akhaten and its famous pyramid. The residents of the 7 planets rotating the same sun all believe the pyramid is the source of all life in the universe. There are quite a few visitors there for the Festival of Offering and Clara and helps a young girl, Merry, to have the confidence to perform an important ceremony to sooth and keep the Old God asleep. When Merry is drawn into the pyramid the Doctor and Clara go after her. When the Old God awakens, it's no match for the Doctor...or for Clara for that matter.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Michael Dixon ... Dave
Nicola Sian ... Ellie

Emilia Jones ... Merry
Chris Anderson ... The Chorister
Aidan Cook ... The Mummy
Feth Greenwood ... Dor'een

Scott Stevenson ... 80s Man (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: Cold War

13 April 2013
The Doctor and Clara find themselves dealing with Cold War tensions when the TARDIS lands aboard a disabled Soviet ballistic submarine. The Doctor isn't the only alien being on board however - while engaged in undersea drilling, Professor Grisenko thought he'd found a mammoth and brought the creature on the boat encased in ice. It isn't a mammoth but an Ice Warrior, who has been lying dormant for 5000 years. He identifies himself as Grand Marshal Skaldak but when he cannot contact others of his kind, he assumes he is the last of his race. He now has every intention of starting a thermonuclear war between the superpowers and destroy Earth.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Liam Cunningham ... Captain Zhukov

David Warner ... Professor Grisenko

Tobias Menzies ... Lieutenant Stepashin
Josh O'Connor ... Piotr

James Norton ... Onegin
Charlie Anson ... Belevich

Spencer Wilding ... Skaldak

Nicholas Briggs ... Skaldak (voice)
Eran Backler ... Submariner (uncredited)

Scott Stevenson ... Submariner (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 10: Hide

20 April 2013
The Doctor and Clara arrive at an old manor house in 1974 where Alec Palmer and Emma Grayling are investigating the existence of a ghost. Alec is a former army Major and now a psychologist while Emma is an empathic psychic who can not only sense the presence of paranormal beings but can sense their feelings as well. Palmer explains that the house has been haunted for hundreds of years and the ghost, a woman, is likely much older. Emma senses that the ghost is very lonely but the Doctor realizes that she is not a ghost at all but a creature trapped in a zone where time moves much faster that for humans. The good Doctor gets to play Cupid.

Season 7, Episode 11: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

27 April 2013
The Doctor and Clara find themselves aboard a space freighter that has taken the TARDIS on-board as salvage. While the Doctor is ejected, Clara finds herself wandering through the vehicle exploring it's many - seemingly infinite - rooms. The Doctor re-enters the TARDIS accompanied by three workers from the salvage ship and they have but 30 minutes to find her. There are creatures in the depths of the TARDIS and the time travel machine will do whatever it takes to protect itself. There is a rupture in time however and the TARDIS is leaking recent history....which the Doctor can use to rectify their current predicament.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Ashley Walters ... Gregor Van Baalen

Mark Oliver ... Bram Van Baalen
Jahvel Hall ... Tricky

Sarah Louise Madison ... Time Zombie
Ruari Mears ... Time Zombie

Paul Kasey ... Time Zombie

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (voice) (archive sound) (uncredited)

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond (voice) (archive sound) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 12: The Crimson Horror

4 May 2013
The Doctor and Clara arrive in 19th century Yorkshire where moral crusader Mrs Gillyflower is recruiting beautiful people for her idyllic garden city. At the same time rigid corpses dyed red are piling up and the brother of one of the victims seeks help from Madame Vastra. She and her party travel to Yorkshire where they rescue Doctor Who and Clara from the clutches of Mrs Gillyflower. They discover that the woman is a fanatical exponent of ethnic cleansing who plans to do away with those who do not meet her standards - even her daughter Ada. The Doctor and his allies set out to stop her and her reclusive partner in crime Mr Sweet.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Diana Rigg ... Mrs. Gillyflower (as Dame Diana Rigg)

Rachael Stirling ... Ada

Catrin Stewart ... Jenny

Neve McIntosh ... Madame Vastra

Dan Starkey ... Strax
Eve De Leon Allen ... Angie
Kassius Johnson ... Artie (as Kassius Carey Johnson)

Brendan Patricks ... Edmund / Mr Thursday
Graham Turner ... Amos
Olivia Vinall ... Effie

Michelle Tate ... Abigail
Jack Oliver Hudson ... Urchin Boy

Helena Dennis ... Dipper (uncredited)

Scott Stevenson ... Dipped Man (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 13: Nightmare in Silver

11 May 2013
Hedgewick's World of Wonders was once the greatest theme park in the galaxy, but it's now the dilapidated home to a shabby showman, a chess playing dwarf and a dysfunctional army platoon. When the Doctor, Clara, Artie and Angie arrive, the last thing they expect is the re-emergence of one of the Doctor's oldest foes. The Cybermen are back!

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)
Eve De Leon Allen ... Angie
Kassius Johnson ... Artie (as Kassius Carey Johnson)

Jason Watkins ... Webley

Warwick Davis ... Porridge

Tamzin Outhwaite ... Captain

Eloise Joseph ... Beauty

Will Merrick ... Brains

Calvin Dean ... Ha-Ha
Zahra Ahmadi ... Missy
Aidan Cook ... Cyberman

Nicholas Briggs ... Cybermen (voice)
Georgina Burford ... Soldier (uncredited)

Julian Seager ... Big Red (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 14: The Name of the Doctor

18 May 2013
The Doctor's friends are being kidnapped, which leads him to the fields of Trenzalore, where his greatest secret will be revealed and Clara's mystery will be solved.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

Jenna Coleman ... Clara (as Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Alex Kingston ... River Song

Richard E. Grant ... Dr. Simeon

Neve McIntosh ... Vastra

Catrin Stewart ... Jenny

Dan Starkey ... Strax
Eve De Leon Allen ... Angie
Kassius Johnson ... Artie (as Kassius Carey Johnson)
Nasi Voutsas ... Andro

David Avery ... Fabian

Michael Jenn ... Clarence

Rab Affleck ... Archie
Samuel Irvine ... Messenger Boy
Sophie Downham ... Young Clara

Paul Kasey ... Whisper Man

John Hurt ... The Doctor

Colin Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Scott Stevenson ... 80s Man (uncredited)

David Tennant ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Deep Breath

23 August 2014
When the newly regenerated doctor arrives in Victorian London, he finds a dinosaur rampant in the Thames and a spate of deadly spontaneous combustions.

Season 8, Episode 2: Into the Dalek

30 August 2014
The Doctor and Clara find themselves inside of a supposedly good Dalek.

Season 8, Episode 3: Robot of Sherwood

6 September 2014
In Sherwood forest, the Doctor finds an evil plan from outer space and makes an alliance with Robin Hood. With Nottingham at stake, the Doctor must decide who is real and who is fake.

Season 8, Episode 4: Listen

13 September 2014
When ghosts of past and future crowd into their lives, the Doctor and Clara are thrown into an adventure that takes them to the very end of the universe.

Season 8, Episode 5: Time Heist

20 September 2014
The Doctor and Clara must break into the most secure bank in the universe.

Season 8, Episode 6: The Caretaker

27 September 2014
The terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity - but worse, and any second now, Danny Pink and the Doctor are going to meet.

Season 8, Episode 7: Kill the Moon

4 October 2014

Season 8, Episode 8: Mummy on the Orient Express

11 October 2014

Season 8, Episode 9: Flatline

18 October 2014

Season 8, Episode 10: In the Forest of the Night

25 October 2014

Season 8, Episode 11: Dark Water

2014

Season 8, Episode 12: Death in Heaven

2014


Unknown Season


2014 Christmas Special

25 December 2014

Planet of the Dead

11 April 2009
A meeting in a London bus with jewel thief Lady Christina takes a turn for the worst for the Doctor when the bus takes a detour to a desert-like planet, where the deadly Swarm awaits.

Prequel to A Good Man Goes to War

2011
As the Doctor prepares to face his darkest hour, key players conspire and a grim warning is given...

Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler

15 August 2011
The battle of Demon's Run has been fought but the stakes are now higher than ever! As the TARDIS crosses the universe, the Doctor receives a heart-breaking message from Amy... Their adventure continues in this brilliant Prequel written by Steven Moffat.

Karen Gillan ... Amy Pond (voice) (uncredited)

Matt Smith ... The Doctor (uncredited)

Prequel to the Curse of the Black Spot

25 April 2011
The third episode of Doctor Who is a scary, action-packed adventure called The Curse of the Black Spot. What evil lurks for the crew in the darkness? Come aboard and watch the spine-chilling prequel to The Curse of the Black Spot.

Prequel to the Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe

6 December 2011

Prequel to the Impossible Astronaut

25 March 2011
The new series of Doctor Who begins with The Impossible Astronaut. But before that we have a short scene written by Steven Moffat that reveals a little of what we can expect from the adventure and what the Doctor will be facing!

Prequel to the Snowmen

2012
Matt and Jenna introduce the Doctor Who Christmas Prequel, The Great Detective, in which Vastra, Jenny and Strax try to persuade the grumpy Doctor to engage again.

Prequel to the Wedding of River Song

24 September 2011

The Day of the Doctor

23 November 2013
In 2013, something terrible is awakening in London's National Gallery; in 1562, a murderous plot is afoot in Elizabethan England; and somewhere in space an ancient battle reaches its devastating conclusion.

Matt Smith ... The Doctor

David Tennant ... The Doctor

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage)

John Hurt ... The Doctor

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Colin Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (also archive footage)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage)

Jenna Coleman ... Clara

Billie Piper ... Rose
Tristan Beint ... Tom

Jemma Redgrave ... Kate Stewart
Ingrid Oliver ... Osgood
Chris Finch ... Time Lord Soldier

Peter De Jersey ... Androgar
Ken Bones ... The General
Philip Buck ... Arcadia Father
Sophie Morgan-Price ... Time Lord

Joanna Page ... Elizabeth I
Orlando James ... Lord Bentham

Jonjo O'Neill ... McGillop
Tom Keller ... Atkins
Aidan Cook ... Zygon

Paul Kasey ... Zygon

Nicholas Briggs ... Daleks / Zygons (voice)
Barnaby Edwards ... Dalek 1
Nicholas Pegg ... Dalek 2
John Guilor ... Voice Over Artist (voice)

Peter Capaldi ... The Doctor (uncredited)

Helena Dennis ... Civilian Time Lord (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Unit Soldier (uncredited)

The End of Time: Part One

25 December 2009
The Ood have given a warning to The Doctor. The Master is returning yet that is not the biggest threat. A darkness is coming which brings with it The End of Time.

David Tennant ... The Doctor

John Simm ... The Master

Bernard Cribbins ... Wilfred Mott

Timothy Dalton ... The Narrator

Catherine Tate ... Donna Noble

Jacqueline King ... Sylvia Noble

Claire Bloom ... The Woman
June Whitfield ... Minnie Hooper

David Harewood ... Joshua Naismith

Tracy Ifeachor ... Abigail Naismith

Sinead Keenan ... Addams (as Sinêad Keenan)
Lawry Lewin ... Rossiter

Alexandra Moen ... Lucy Saxon (also archive footage)

Karl Collins ... Shaun Temple
Teresa Banham ... Governor
Barry Howard ... Oliver Barnes
Allister Bain ... Winston Katusi
Simon Thomas ... Mr Danes
Sylvia Seymour ... Miss Trefusis

Pete Lee-Wilson ... Tommo
Dwayne Scantlebury ... Ginger
Lacey Bond ... Serving Woman
Lachele Carl ... Trinity Wells

Paul Kasey ... Ood Sigma
Ruari Mears ... Elder Ood
Max Benjamin ... Teenager

Brian Cox ... Elder Ood (voice)

Freema Agyeman ... Martha Jones (archive footage) (uncredited)
Julian Bleach ... Davros (archive footage) (uncredited)

Nicholas Briggs ... Judoon (voice) (archive sound) (uncredited)
Silas Carson ... Ood Sigma (voice) (uncredited)
Jeanie Gold ... Neighbour (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Ood (uncredited)
Trevor Laird ... Clive Jones (archive footage) (uncredited)

Barack Obama ... Himself (archive sound) (uncredited)

Sarah Parish ... Empress (archive footage) (uncredited)

Colin Stinton ... President Winters (archive footage) (uncredited)

Victoria Wicks ... High Priestess (archive footage) (uncredited)

The End of Time: Part Two

1 January 2010
With almost everyone on Earth now recast in his image, The Master controls the world. He's shocked however when he realizes that one person hasn't changed. The Doctor soon realizes that the Time Lords are trying to return and re-establish Gallifrey. If they succeed, it is the end of time and the Doctor as we currently know him. Realizing that the Ood's prophecy will come true, he visits friends from the recent past.

The Next Doctor

25 December 2008
The Doctor arrives in London on Christmas Eve in 1851 where he encounters the Cybermen and a man who claims he's a Time Lord called the Doctor.

David Tennant ... Doctor Who

David Morrissey ... Jackson Lake

Dervla Kirwan ... Miss Hartigan

Velile Tshabalala ... Rosita
Ruari Mears ... Cybershade

Paul Kasey ... Cyberleader
Edmund Kente ... Mr Scoones
Michael Bertenshaw ... Mr Cole
Jason Morell ... Vicar

Neil McDermott ... Jed

Ashley Horne ... Lad
Tom Langford ... Frederic
Jordan Southwell ... Urchin
Matthew Allick ... Docker

Nicholas Briggs ... Cyber Voices (voice)

Colin Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tom Baker ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Peter Davison ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Christopher Eccleston ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

William Hartnell ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Kevin Hudson ... Cyberman (uncredited)

Sylvester McCoy ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Paul McGann ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jon Pertwee ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brett Reylander ... Cyberman (uncredited)

Patrick Troughton ... The Doctor (archive footage) (uncredited)

The Night of the Doctor

14 November 2013
With the aid of the sisterhood of Karn, "The Doctor" regenerates into "The War Doctor".

The Time of the Doctor

25 December 2013
The Doctor's worst enemies, The Daleks, The Cybermen, The Angels and The Silence, return, as the doctor's eleventh life comes to a close, and his twelfth life begins.

The Waters of Mars

15 November 2009
In a Mars base the inhabitants are being infected by a mysterious water creature which takes over its victims. The Doctor is thrust into the middle of this catastrophe knowing a larger one is waiting around the corner.

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