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Data last updated 25 July 2016

Today

Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
 
3:30am EDT
Pertwee Movies: Inferno (Part 1 of 3)

A project to penetrate the Earth's crust has unintended consequences.


Show broadcasts for WTTW Prime Chicago
 
9:00pm CDT
In The Forest Of The Night

The Doctor discovers that the final days of humanity have arrived.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:00pm EDT
The Time Meddler: The Meddling Monk

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:30pm EDT
The Time Meddler: A Battle of Wits

Wednesday

Show broadcasts for WGVU Life Michigan
 
10:30pm EDT
Dr Who: Quantum Physicist (Factual)

Science Goes to the Movies is a new monthly series, co-hosted by Faith Salie and Dr. Heather Berlin, that looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures. Guests are drawn from different scientific disciplines, illuminating scientific truths or imaginings in films like Interstellar, Birdman, The Theory of Everything, Into the Woods, and more. The series encourages lively and informative conversation about concepts, as well as film portrayals of scientists and scientific inquiry, asking if there is real science behind a story, or if a screenwriter made something up. Is science leading dramatic imagination, or does imagination create new science? Faith Salie is a television and national public radio host, political and pop culture commentator (CBS Sunday Morning), interviewer, journalist and actor. Dr. Heather Berlin is an American neuroscientist focusing on brain-behavior relationships affecting the prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders. The hosts review and comment on the science presented in the story lines of current film and TV offerings. Salie brings a fun, educated and informed layperson's overview, while Berlin offers more in-depth analysis. Special guests join our hosts for a lively and informative conversation about pop culture and science. Science Goes to the Movies guest include Dr. Neil deGrasses Tyson (Astrophysicist), Ira Flatow (Science Journalist, Host of "Science Friday"), Dr. Rosario Gennaro (Cryptologist, Director, Center of Algorithms and Interactive Scientific Software (CAISS), Dr. Christof Koch (Neuroscientist, President and Chief Scientific Officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle), Gerard Ilaria (LCSW, Weill Cornell Medical College, Director of Operations, Headstrong Project), Derek Coy (Afghan Army Vet), Dr. Emily Rice (Astropysicist, Hayen Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History), Dr. Helen Fisher (Biological Anthropologist).


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:00pm EDT
The Time Meddler: Checkmate

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:30pm EDT
The Ark: The Steel Sky

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:00pm EDT
Planet of Fire: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:30pm EDT
Planet of Fire: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EDT
The Caves of Androzani: Part One

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EDT
The Caves of Androzani: Part Two

Show broadcasts for WFWA
 
9:30pm EDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Deadly Assassin

Show broadcasts for KPTS
 
9:00pm CDT
Horror of Fang Rock: Part Four

The killer reveals himself and battles Dr. Who and Leela. Tom Baker, Louise Jameson. Reuben: Colin Douglas. Vince: John Abbott. Skinsale: Alan Rowe. Adelaide: Annette Woollett.


Show broadcasts for WILL
 
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Ark in Space
The TARDIS arrives on an apparently deserted and deactivated space station Nerva, otherwise known as the Ark, orbiting Earth in the far future. There the Doctor, Sarah and Harry discover the last survivors of the human race held in suspended animation, Earth having been evacuated thousands of years earlier when solar flares threatened to destroy all life.

Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Robots Of Death

The Fourth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who. He was portrayed by Tom Baker for seven consecutive seasons and remains the longest-lived incarnation of the Doctor in the show's on-screen history, counting both the classic and modern series.


Show broadcasts for West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
11:00pm EDT
Pertwee Movies: Colony In Space - Part 1 of 3

Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
 
10:30pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Sontaran Experiment

The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrive on a desolate and apparently deserted Earth to discover that a group of shipwrecked astronauts from a human colony, GalSec, have been lured there by a fake distress call. One of their number, Roth, tells Sarah of an alien conducting gruesome experiments on him and his crewmates. The alien turns out to be a Sontaran, Field-Major Styre, who is compiling a report on human physical and mental capabilities as a prelude to an invasion of Earth.


Show broadcasts for KERA
 
11:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Android Invasion

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Oseidon where the alien Kraals have created an exact replica of the English village of Devesham and its nearby Space Defence Station and populated it with androids in order to rehearse for an invasion attempt. A human astronaut, Guy Crayford, has been duped into collaborating with them.


Show broadcasts for KCPT (Kansas City)
 
11:00pm CDT
The Sound of Drums

Show broadcasts for WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
 
11:00pm CDT
Pertwee Movies: Inferno (part 3 of 3)

Things may be too late for the doomed parallel universe, but is there enough time to save the planet in the Doctor's home dimension? It's a race against time. Compiles episodes 24 and 25 from "Doctor Who" series 7.


Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:00pm PDT
Battlefield: Part One
(Repeated: Sun 4:00am PDT)

Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:30pm PDT
Battlefield: Part Two
(Repeated: Sun 4:30am PDT)

Sunday

Show broadcasts for KRWG
 
1:00am MDT
The Masque of Mandragora: Part Three

The Doctor and Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) fight to stop the evil coalition. Giuliano: Gareth Armstrong. Federico: Jon Laurimore. Rossini: Antony Carrick. High Priest: Robert James. Brother: Brian Ellis.


Show broadcasts for WGVU Michigan
 
4:30am EDT
Dr Who: Quantum Physicist (Factual)

Science Goes to the Movies is a new monthly series, co-hosted by Faith Salie and Dr. Heather Berlin, that looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures. Guests are drawn from different scientific disciplines, illuminating scientific truths or imaginings in films like Interstellar, Birdman, The Theory of Everything, Into the Woods, and more. The series encourages lively and informative conversation about concepts, as well as film portrayals of scientists and scientific inquiry, asking if there is real science behind a story, or if a screenwriter made something up. Is science leading dramatic imagination, or does imagination create new science? Faith Salie is a television and national public radio host, political and pop culture commentator (CBS Sunday Morning), interviewer, journalist and actor. Dr. Heather Berlin is an American neuroscientist focusing on brain-behavior relationships affecting the prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders. The hosts review and comment on the science presented in the story lines of current film and TV offerings. Salie brings a fun, educated and informed layperson's overview, while Berlin offers more in-depth analysis. Special guests join our hosts for a lively and informative conversation about pop culture and science. Science Goes to the Movies guest include Dr. Neil deGrasses Tyson (Astrophysicist), Ira Flatow (Science Journalist, Host of "Science Friday"), Dr. Rosario Gennaro (Cryptologist, Director, Center of Algorithms and Interactive Scientific Software (CAISS), Dr. Christof Koch (Neuroscientist, President and Chief Scientific Officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle), Gerard Ilaria (LCSW, Weill Cornell Medical College, Director of Operations, Headstrong Project), Derek Coy (Afghan Army Vet), Dr. Emily Rice (Astropysicist, Hayen Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History), Dr. Helen Fisher (Biological Anthropologist).


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:00pm EDT
Colony In Space: Episode Six

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:30pm EDT
The Dæmons: Episode One

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EDT
The Dæmons: Episode Two

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EDT
The Dæmons: Episode Three

Monday

Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
 
12:00am EDT
Pertwee Movies: Inferno (Part 2 of 3)

A project to penetrate the Earth's crust has unintended consequences.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
9:00am EDT
New Earth

The Doctor and Rose board the Tardis and visit mankind's new home but they find gruesome secrets in a luxury hospital.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
10:00am EDT
Tooth and Claw

The Doctor and Rose travel back to 1879, but an encounter in the Scottish Highlands with Queen Victoria and a band of warrior monks reveals a deadly trap.

Monday 1 August