Friday, 23 March 2012

BBC Doctor Who - The 10th Doctor on BBC Three and BBC HD this Weekend!

From BBC  Doctor Who

We re-join the 10th Doctor on BBC Three this weekend as his adventures continue onto Series 4 with Partners in Crime and The Fires of Pompeii. Plus, on BBC HD, the first ever episode of Doctor Who shot entirely in High Definition - Planet of the Dead.

The weekend officially starts tonight at 7:00pm with Partners in Crime on BBC Three as David Tennant returns as the 10th Doctor in this the first episode of Series 4. Re-joined by Catherine Tate as Donna Noble who last appeared in 2006 Christmas Special, The Runaway Bride and Billie Piper who makes a brief appearance as former companion Rose Tyler - It would be a crime to miss it!

Following their reunion things are hotting up between the Doctor and Donna as they head to Rome but find themselves in the ancient city of Pompeii just one day before Mount Vesuvius erupts. Facing the Pyrovile who aim to conquer Earth and the Sybilline Sisterhood the Doctor is faced with a terrible decision. Plus! Don't forget to keep your eyes peeled for Karen Gillan's debut appearance in Doctor Who as one of the Soothsayers - The Fires of Pompeii tomorrow evening on BBC Three.

There's no flies on the Doctor when a London bus takes a detour to an alien world where he meets the extraordinary Lady Christina. But the mysterious planet holds terrifying secrets, hidden in the sand and time is running out, as the deadly Swarm gets closer... Watch Planet of the Dead in Full HD Saturday 24, 7:20pm, BBC HD.

You can catch all the episodes on BBC Three at the times below, and shortly after their repeat transmission they'll be available to enjoy on BBC iPlayer for a limited period.

Partners in Crime: BBC Three, 7:00 pm, Friday, 23rd
The Fires of Pompeii: BBC Three, 7:00 pm, Saturday, 24th
Planet of the Dead: BBC HD, 7:20 pm, Saturday, 24th
For more information and to watch the episodes, visit BBC iPlayer.

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