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World Enough and Time 

Trapped on a giant spaceship, caught in the event horizon of a black hole, he witnesses the death of someone he is pledged to protect. Are events already out of control?

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Rachel Talalay

Writers:

Steven Moffat, Gerry Davis (characters: "Cybermen") | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Peter Capaldi ... The Doctor
Pearl Mackie ... Bill
Matt Lucas ... Nardole
Michelle Gomez ... Missy
John Simm ... The Master
Oliver Lansley ... Jorj
Paul Brightwell Paul Brightwell ... Surgeon
Alison Lintott Alison Lintott ... Nurse
Nicholas Briggs ... Cybermen (voice)
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Friendship drives the Doctor into the rashest decision of his life. Trapped on a giant spaceship, caught in the event horizon of a black hole, he witnesses the death of someone he is pledged to protect. Is there any way he can redeem his mistake? Are events already out of control? For once, time is the Time Lord's enemy.

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Release Date:

24 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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The title is taken from Andrew Marvell's poem 'To His Coy Mistress', written c1650 and only published posthumously in 1681. See more »

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When Bill arrives on floor 1056, it is shown that the time on floor 0 is 2 days, 10 hours, 45 minutes and 17 seconds. Later on, the time on floor 0 is shown to be 17 seconds earlier than when Bill arrived, despite time having evidently advanced on both floors. See more »

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Doctor Who Theme
Written by Ron Grainer
Performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales
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World Enough and Time - a superb beginning of the end
24 June 2017 | by davidheriot-04195See all my reviews

Simply one of the finest episodes in Doctor Who's history. It contains some of the finest acting by all major characters involved, especially Michelle Gomez, Pearl Mackie and the wonderful Peter Capaldi.

The episode, to put it simply, both begins and ends with surprises. It maintains the best quality throughout, and despite Moffat's perhaps-controversial past with some stories and finales under his tenure as showrunner, he is certainly going to end that role on a high.

The entire of series 10 has, so far, been a pleasure to watch and this episode is clearly a symbol of such success. The pacing was perfect, the direction by Rachel Talalay was beautiful and the music by Murray Gold was just sublime.

I certainly hope that, with such a great beginning to the 2-parter finale, the end of series 10 encapsulates all that is fantastic about Doctor Who.


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