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Week 28: 16-22 Jul 2016 - USA

Data last updated 14 March 2017

Saturday 16 July

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:00pm EDT
Frontios: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:30pm EDT
Frontios: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EDT
Resurrection of the Daleks: Part One (4 part version)

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EDT
Resurrection of the Daleks: Part Two (4 part version)

Show broadcasts for KRWG
 
7:00pm MDT
The Masque of Mandragora: Part One
(Repeated: Sun 1:00am MDT)

The TARDIS lands in Renaissance Italy where Dr. Who becomes involved with nobility, sorcery and evil. Tom Baker. Count Federico: Jon Laurimore. Rossini: Antony Carrick.


Show broadcasts for WFWA
 
9:30pm EDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Masque Of Mandragora

The TARDIS lands in Renaissance Italy, where Dr. Who becomes involved with nobility, sorcery and evil. Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen. Count: Jon Laurimore. Rossini: Antony Carrick.


Show broadcasts for KNCT
 
9:00pm CDT
Rise of the Cybermen

Rose finds her father (Shaun Dingwall) alive on a parallel Earth while a sinister plot against British society unfolds.


Show broadcasts for WXXI
 
10:00pm EDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Ark in Space

Dr. Who (Tom Baker) discovers a sinister interference with earthlings in suspended animation. Harry: Ian Marter. Sarah: Elisabeth Sladen. Vira: Wendy Williams. Noah: Kenton Moore. Rogin: Richardson Morgan.


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

Survivors of a shipwreck seek refuge at the lighthouse. Tom Baker, Louise Jameson. Vince: John Abbott. Reuben: Colin Douglas. Palmerdale: Sean Caffrey. Skinsale: Alan Rowe.


Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Deadly Assassin

The Doctor arrives on Gallifrey, where he is accused of the assassination of the Time Lord President. Investigating with the aid of Co-ordinator Engin and Castellan Spandrell, he discovers that this is part of a plot hatched by his old adversary the Master.


Show broadcasts for WILL
 
10:00pm CDT
Death in Heaven

Show broadcasts for West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
11:00pm EDT
Pertwee Movies: Claws of Axos - Part 1 of 2

Show broadcasts for WYCC
 
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Face Of Evil

On a strange planet, Dr. Who is taken prisoner by warring tribesmen. Calib:Leslie Schofield. Leela: Louise Jameson. Andor: Victor Lucas. Neeva: David Garfield.


Show broadcasts for KERA
 
11:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: Pyramids Of Mars

The TARDIS materialises on Earth in the year 1911 inside an old priory owned by Egyptologist Marcus Scarman. Scarman has been possessed by Sutekh, last survivor of the god-like Osirans, who is held prisoner inside a pyramid in Egypt by a signal transmitted from one on Mars. Sutekh desires his freedom and instructs Scarman to construct servicer robots - which look like Egyptian mummies - to build a missile with which to destroy the Martian pyramid. The Doctor foils this plan by blowing up the missile.


Show broadcasts for KCPT (Kansas City)
 
11:00pm CDT
Blink

Show broadcasts for WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
 
11:00pm CDT
Pertwee Movies: The Ambassadors Of Death (part 2 of 2)

Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
 
11:05pm CDT
Death in Heaven

With Cybermen on the streets of London, old friends unite against old enemies, and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role. Can the mighty UNIT contain Missy? As the Doctor faces his greatest challenge, sacrifices must be made before the day is won.


Show broadcasts for KUAC
 
8:30pm AKDT
Dr Who: Quantum Physicist (Factual)
(Repeated: Sun 2:30am AKDT)

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 Idaho Public Television
 
11:00pm MDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Armageddon Factor - Part 1 of 2

The final segment of the Key is traced to the planet Atrios, engaged in a long war with the neighbouring Zeos. The Marshal of Atrios intends a final strike to destroy the Zeons, but the Doctor and Romana discover that Zeos is deserted and the war is being co-ordinated by a computer called Mentalis, built by one of the Doctor's old Time Lord Academy friends, Drax..


Show broadcasts for Idaho Public Television
 
11:48pm MDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Armageddon Factor - Part 2 of 2

The final segment of the Key is traced to the planet Atrios, engaged in a long war with the neighbouring Zeos. The Marshal of Atrios intends a final strike to destroy the Zeons, but the Doctor and Romana discover that Zeos is deserted and the war is being co-ordinated by a computer called Mentalis, built by one of the Doctor's old Time Lord Academy friends, Drax..


Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:00pm PDT
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part One
(Repeated: Sun 4:00am PDT)

Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:30pm PDT
The Greatest Show in the Galaxy: Part Two
(Repeated: Sun 4:30am PDT)

Sunday 17 July

Monday 18 July

Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
 
12:00am EDT
Pertwee Movies: Ambassadors Of Death (part 2 of 2)
(Repeated: Tue 3:30am EDT)

A group of astronauts returns from Mars with a peculiar problem: Their touch brings death.


Show broadcasts for WXXI
 
12:30am EDT
Vicious: Cheat (Related)

Freddie needs a new coat for a "Doctor Who" fan-club event; Ash asks Freddie and Stuart for advice on winning back his ex-girlfriend; and Ash, Violet and Penelope make a shocking discovery during a shopping excursion.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:00pm EDT
The Web Planet: The Centre

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
11:30pm EDT
The Space Museum

Tuesday 19 July

Wednesday 20 July

Thursday 21 July

Friday 22 July