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Dr Who: The Bells of Saint John, tomorrow, 6.15pm, BBC1
Me with Red Ribbon
rakspatel wrote in mycroft_brolly
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Photo credit: http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2013-03-18/doctor-who-the-bells-of-saint-john-preview---the-easter-episode-is-a-pulse-racing-joyride

Doctor Who returns tomorrow (Saturday 30 March, 6.15pm, BBC1) with a new companion, Clara. This is the second half of series seven.

Cut and pasted from the Radio Times website:

The bowtie-wearing Time Lord returns in eight new adventures following on from last year's series and the Christmas special.

The Doctor finds himself in modern-day London in his search for Clara Oswald, the mysterious, souffle-baking woman who keeps dying.

But there's a problem. Something dangerous is lurking in the city's wi-fi signals, uploading people's minds and imprisoning them - and among those targeted is none other than the woman he has travelled halfway across the galaxy to find.

Matt Smith stars, with Jenna-Louise Coleman making her first official appearance as new companion Clara (having played ill-fated variations of the character in two previous episodes) and Celia Imrie.

Follow the links to the Radio Times features on this episode:
http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2013-03-27/doctor-who-steven-moffats-episode-guide---the-bells-of-saint-john
http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/vxr98/doctor-who--the-bells-of-saint-john
http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2013-03-18/doctor-who-the-bells-of-saint-john-preview---the-easter-episode-is-a-pulse-racing-joyride

This is the trailer:


I can only speak for myself - I am really looking forward to welcoming Matt Smith and the Doctor back into my living room - bring it on!

UPDATE: Raks's Reaction

I just LOVED this episode - it was just genius! :)

I loved the Doctor as a Monk, I loved the contemporary London setting, I loved Clara Oswald, and I loved the TARDIS as a "mobile phone". Simply superb!

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