A Time Lord travels through the universe and time.
Peter Capaldi, Jenna-louise Coleman, Samuel Anderson, David Tennant, Freema Agyeman, John Barrowman, John Simm, Nick Frost, Dan Starkey, Nathan Mcmullen, Faye Marsay, Natalie Gumede, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Michelle Gomez, Joan Blackham, Sheila Reid, Chris Addison, Andrew Leung, Alex Kingston, Zawe Ashton, Michael Smiley, Laura Dos santos, Ben Crompton, Bradley Ford, Michelle Morris, Nigel Betts, Ellis George, Barnaby Edwards, Nicholas Briggs, Emma Campbell-jones, Clare Higgins, Paul Mcgann, Orla Brady, James Buller, Elizabeth Rider, Jemma Redgrave, Joanna Page, Ingrid Oliver, Ken Bones, Peter De jersey, Jonjo O'neill, Warwick Davis, Jason Watkins, Kassius Johnson, Eve De leon allen, Diana Rigg, Ashley Walters, Mark Oliver, Jahvel Hall, Dougray Scott, Jessica Raine, Aidan Cook, Liam Cunningham, David Warner, Tobias Menzies, Josh O'connor, Emilia Jones, Michael Dixon, Nicola Sian, Chris Anderson, Richard Grant, Neve Mcintosh, Catrin Stewart, John Hurt, Celia Imrie, Robert Whitlock, Dan Li, Manpreet Bachu, Mike Mcshane, Peter Cartwright, Peter Davison, Eva Gray, Bill Bailey, Claire Skinner, Simon Fisher-becker, Frances Barber, Ian Mcneice, James Corden, Sarah Quintrell, Amara Karan, Dimitri Leonidas, David Walliams, Josie Taylor, Imelda Staunton, Stephen Bracken-keogh, Daniel Mays, Jamie Oram, Emma Cunniffe, Christina Chong, Mark Bonnar, Marshall Lancaster, Sarah Smart, Suranne Jones, Paul Kasey, Adrian Schiller, Michael Sheen, Hugh Bonneville, Mark Sheppard, Stuart Milligan, William morgan Sheppard, Katherine Jenkins, Laurence Belcher, Christopher Eccleston, Billie Piper, Sophie Okonedo, Catherine Tate, Timothy Dalton, Bernard Cribbins, Claire Bloom, Lindsay Duncan, Peter O'brien, Michelle Ryan, Lee Evans, Noma Dumezweni, Adam James, Glenn Doherty, David Morrissey, Dervla Kirwan, Velile Tshabalala, Ruari Mears, Kylie Minogue, Geoffrey Palmer, Russell Tovey, George Costigan, Gray O'brien, Ardal O'hanlon, Anna Hope, Travis Oliver, Lenora Crichlow, Sarah Parish, Don Gilet, Howard Attfield, Jacqueline King, Christina Cole, Sam Marks, Roy Marsden, Adjoa Andoh, Gugu Mbatha-raw, Noel Clarke, Elisabeth Sladen, Camille Coduri, Penelope Wilton, Daniel Evans
Steven Moffat (Executive Producer), Richard Curtis (Writer), Chris Chibnall (Writer), Toby Whithouse (Writer), Mark Gatiss (Writer), Simon Nye (Writer), Steven Moffat (Writer), Colin Teague (Director), Julie Gardner (Executive Producer), Russell Davies (Writer), Russell Davies (Executive Producer), Graeme Harper (Director), Rachel Talalay (Director), Richard Senior (Director), Colm Mccarthy (Executive Producer), Neil Cross (Writer), Farren Blackburn (Director), Marcus Wilson (Producer), Nick Hurran (Director), Saul Metzstein (Director), Saul Metztein (Director), Stephen Woolfenden (Director), Neil Gaiman (Writer), Steve Thompson (Writer), Mat King (Director), Jamie Payne (Director), Douglas Mackinnon (Director), Colm Mccarthy (Director), Jeremy Webb (Director), Steve Hughes (Director), Gareth Roberts (Writer), Tom Macrae (Writer), Richard Clark (Director), Peter Hoar (Director), Julian Simpson (Director), Matthew Graham (Writer), Toby Haynes (Director), Piers Wenger (Executive Producer), Beth Willis (Executive Producer), Catherine Morshead (Director), Jonny Campbell (Director), Ashley Way (Director), Adam Smith (Director), Andrew Gunn (Director), Euros Lyn (Director), Phil Ford (Writer), James Strong (Director), Andy Goddard (Director), Phil Collinson (Executive Producer), Alice Troughton (Director), Stephen Greenhorn (Writer), Helen Raynor (Writer), Keith Temple (Writer), James Moran (Writer), Hettie Macdonald (Director), Charles Palmer (Director), Paul Cornell (Writer), Dan Zelf (Director), Matt Jones (Writer), James Hawes (Director), Joe Ahearne (Director), Mal Young (Executive Producer), Brian Grant (Director), Robert Shearman (Writer), Keith Boak (Director)
|"The Eleventh Hour" The newly regenerated Doctor and Amy Pond must save the world in less than 20 minutes from galactic policemen known as the Atraxi. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"The Beast Below" The Doctor and Amy travel to Britain of the future, where people live in a giant spaceship; Amy comes across the terrifying Smilers. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"Victory of the Daleks" The Doctor and Amy meet Winston Churchill during a trip back to World War II, where they also encounter the Daleks. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"The Time of Angels" The Doctor hunts the last of the Weeping Angels through the Maze of the Dead; the mysterious River Song is back in the Doctor's life, but he doesn't know if he can trust her. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"The Unicorn and the Wasp" Agatha Christie's 10-day disappearance in 1926 may have been the result of amnesia, a nervous breakdown, or a giant alien wasp. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"Planet of the Dead" Lady Christina de Souza joins the Doctor on a dangerous bus trip. (Repeat)||BBCA|
|"The Waters of Mars" The Doctor encounters the first human colony on Mars, Bowie Base One. (Repeat)||BBCA|
An eccentric yet compassionate extraterrestrial Time Lord zips through time and space to solve problems and battle injustice across the universe, traveling via the TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space), which is his old and occasionally unreliable spaceship that resembles a blue police phone box (but changes its appearance depending on its surroundings) and is much, much larger inside than outside.
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