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Doctor Who Series 4 Scripts

October 12, 2008

After the release of Russell T Davies’ book, The Writers Tale, the website accompanying the book,, has uploaded 6 series four scripts. The scripts available are Voyage of the Damned, Partners in Crime, Midnight, Turn Left, The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End, all the scripts are written by Russell and include deleted scenes including the TARDIS coral scene from Journey’s End which is included on the series 4 dvd boxset.

Final Ratings: Journey’s End

July 16, 2008

Final ratings for the last episode of this series of doctor who have now been released. The ratings state that Journey’s End achieved 10.57 million viewers and was the most watched program of the week for the first time in the shows history beating Wimbledon, Eastenders and Coronation Street.

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The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End to be repeated on BBC1

July 8, 2008

The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End are to be repeated on Sunday 13 July. The repeat starts at 5.35pm with The Stolen Earth and finishes with Journey’s End at 6.25pm.

The Stolen Earth 5.35pm

Earth’s greatest heroes assemble in a time of dire need. But can the Doctor’s secret army defeat the might of the new Dalek Empire?

With battles on the streets and in the skies, the Doctor and Donna must brave the Shadow Proclamation to find out the truth. However, a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows…

Journey’s End 6.25pm

The entire universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their masterplan. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor’s secret army of companions – but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die.

Overnight Ratings: Journey’s End

July 6, 2008

The overnight ratings for last night’s episode, Journey’s End are in. The figures show that the episode achieved 9.4 million viewers giving an audience share of 45.9%, Doctor Who was the most watched program for the day beating Casualty by nearly 4 million viewers. ITV’s most watched program for the day was New You’ve Been Framed with 2.4 million viewers. Currently Doctor Who is the most watched program for the week, of no program today beats 9.4 million viewers then it will be the first time since the show’s return to be the most watched program of the week.
Final Ratings will be released in 10 days time.

Promo Pictures: Journey’s End *UPDATE*

July 4, 2008

Promo images for the upcoming episode Journey’s End have mow been released.
click on download on the right side to get high-res versions.

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Journey’s End to be shown at Trafalgar Square

July 3, 2008

The BBC have confirmed that Journey’s End will be shown at Trafalgar Square this Saturday as part of the Pride London 08 celebrations, the episode is scheduled to be shown at 7.00pm, however times may change.
The episode will be introduced by the 2nd best doctor in Doctor Who, Freema Agyeman.
Due to unexpected weather conditions the episode may not be shown, as the same thing happened last year, when they were going to screen Last of the Timelords.

Exclusive Clip: Journey’s End

July 2, 2008

The BBC have updated the official bbci site with new wallpapers and jigsaw. The BBC have also uploaded and exclusive clip from Journey’s End on their youtube channel which can be viewed here

or alternatively viewed below:

Journey’s End is on BBC1 on Saturday at 6.40pm and lasts for 65 minuets

TV Trailer: Journey’s End

June 29, 2008

The BBC have now started airing a trailer for Saturday’s finale episode Journey’s End across their channels, the trailer shows Davros and Donna but also shows scene’s from last night episode, The Stolen Earth.
The trailer can be seen here; or alternatively below:

Journey’s End Trailer Tomorrow

June 28, 2008

The Official BBCi Website have promised us a special TV trailer just before Eastenders at 1.00pm on BBC1, that trailer will of course be everywhere on the internet including this very site so make sure you tune in. Also don’t forget that Journey’s End is on next Saturday at 6.40pm on BBC1.
As there was no next time trailer after tonight’s episode we have a special treat, it is that amazing regeneration scence

Journey’s End Clip on Blue Peter

June 25, 2008

Last night Freema Agyman appeared on blue peter and was discussing what it is like to work with the doctor who monsters, also in the episode they went backstage to the set of Journey’s End and we watched Gethin Jones become a Dalek in the final episode of the series. After we saw Gethin turn into a Dalek they showed a clip from Journey’s End, in the clip we saw Sarah Jane, Jackie, Mickey and lots of Daleks, the clip can be viewed here; or alternatively below:

Journey’s End 1 Hour long *UPDATED*

June 24, 2008

The BBC have officially confirmed to the UK listings magazine, Radio Times, that Journey’s End, the last episode of series 4, will be extended to a hour long instead of the usual 45 minutes. This finale is the latest in a line of episodes that have been extended, the first being Last of the Timelords last year and the second being Voyage of the Damned at christmas. This news was confirmed by now ex-head writer Russel T Davies, an extra weeks filming had to be used to accommodate the time-slot. This will be Russel’s last series finale that he will ever be writing, everyone at the planet wish Russel good luck in the future an can not wait to see new programs that he will be writing

Journey’s End will on BBC1 at 6.40 on 5th July

UPDATE – Journey’s End has now been confirmed to 65 minutes long in the latest issue of doctor who magazine, which may mean that the broadcast time may change

Episode 13 Synopsis

June 19, 2008

The synopsis for episode 13 of series 4 has been released by the bbc press office if you do not like spoilers look away now

Doctor Who – Journey’s End

The entire universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their masterplan. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor’s secret army of companions – but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die.