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article imageDoctor Who: The Day of the Doctor UK airtime confirmed

By Mathew Wace Peck     Nov 9, 2013 in Entertainment
After weeks of waiting, the BBC has released the UK airtime details for the broadcast of the eagerly anticipated 50th-anniversary special of its flagship science-fiction television drama series.
The Day of the Doctor will be broadcast at 7.50 p.m., on BBC One on Saturday, 23 November 2013, it has been announced.
The timeslot, which will be vacated by Atlantis — currently in its first season — and is one of the latest times Doctor Who has ever been broadcast.
Earlier this week, the BBC released broadcasting details for Mark Gatiss’s An Adventure in Space and Time — the 90-minute film that documents the creation and early years of what has become the world’s longest-running sci-fi TV series.
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An Adventure in Space and Time — which stars David Bradley as the First Doctor and also as the actor who originally played him, William Hartnell — will air in the UK on BBC Two just two days before Doctor Who’s actual birthday: Thursday, 21 November 2013, at 9 p.m.
Also, one week before, BBC Two will present a televised Royal Society lecture — The Science of Doctor Who — by Professor Brian Cox (Stargazing LIVE). The 60-minute talk will air in the UK at 9 p.m., on Thursday, 14 November 2013.
All these programmes form part of a much wider TV, radio and online Doctor Who output, details of which were published some weeks ago.
The BBC are releasing two trailers for The Day of the Doctor this weekend. The first airs on TV this evening (Saturday, 9 November 2013). The second is scheduled for sometime on Sunday evening.
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