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Week 48: 3-9 Dec 2016 - USA

Data last updated 01 March 2017

Saturday 3 December

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:00pm EST
The Curse of Fenric: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:30pm EST
The Curse of Fenric: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
Survival: Part One

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
Survival: Part Two

Show broadcasts for KRWG
 
7:00pm MST
Genesis of the Daleks: Part Four
(Repeated: Sun 1:00am MST)

Schedules listed this as episode three. Pre-empted from previous week by Great Moments From Soundbreaking.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
Premiere
 
11:00pm EST
The Power of the Daleks: Episode Three (animation)

Polly is taken prisoner by the rebels who intend to use the Daleks to take control of the Earth colony. The Doctor discovers that all three Daleks have now been reactivated.


Originally scheduled for 8:25pm, the whole schedule for the Saturday was re-jigged with Star Trek: The Next Generation now running across the time slot.


Show broadcasts for WYCC
 
10:00pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: The Leisure Hive

Dr. Who and Romana visit the "Leisure Hive," a decaying resort on Argolis, where a coup d'etat is imminent. Tom Baker, Lalla Ward. Vargos: Martin Fisk. Pangol: David Haig. Mena: Adrienne Corri. Stimson: David Allister. Foamasi: Andrew Lane.


Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
 
10:30pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: The Talons of Weng-Chiang - Part 1 of 2

Arriving in London at the end of the 19th Century, the Doctor and Leela make friends with a police pathologist, Professor Litefoot, and learn that hairs taken from the clothing of a dead body found floating in the Thames seem to have originated from a very large rat.


Pre-empted in November by pledge season, with Ed Slott's Retirement Road Map (19th) and Blue Suede Shoes - A Rockability Session with Carl Perkins and Friends (26th).


Show broadcasts for Idaho Public Television
 
11:00pm MST
Tom Baker Movies: The Power of Kroll

The TARDIS arrives in the marshes of the third moon of the planet Delta Magna. While trying to get an accurate reading on the tracer, the Doctor is shot at by Thawn and Fenner, two men from a nearby methane refinery.


Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:00pm PST
The Aztecs: The Day of Darkness
(Repeated: Sun 4:00am PST)

Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:30pm PST
The Sensorites: Strangers in Space
(Repeated: Sun 4:30am PST)

Sunday 4 December

Show broadcasts for EBRU
 
11:00am EST
Doctor Who
(the actual episode broadcast is unknown)
(Repeated: Sun 12:00pm EST)

Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
 
11:00pm EST
Pertwee Movies: The Mutants - Part 3 of 3
(Repeated: Tue 2:30am EST)

Conclusion. The Doctor intervenes in the plans of a nefarious marshal who plans to wipe out the indigenous inhabitants of a colony planet.

Monday 5 December

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
9:00am EST
Utopia

Capt. Jack storms back into the Doctor's life; the Tardis travels to the end of the universe.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
10:00am EST
The Sound of Drums

Part 1. Harry Saxon becomes Prime Minister, but has dark ambitions.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
11:00am EST
Last of the Time Lords

Part 2. With The Doctor imprisoned by The Master, Martha endeavors to save the world.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Face of Evil: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Robots of Death: Part One

Tuesday 6 December

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
9:00am EST
Voyage of the Damned

Kylie Minogue joins Doctor Who to play Astrid, a waitress on a doomed spaceship that eerily resembles the Titanic. When a meteor hits, Astrid and The Doctor must protect the survivors from and prevent the whole ship from crashing to Earth.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
10:00am EST
Partners in Crime

Donna is determined to find the Doctor, even if it means braving Miss Foster and her hordes of Adipose.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
11:00am EST
The Fires of Pompeii

The Doctor and Donna visit Pompeii in AD 79, on the eve of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Robots of Death: Part Two

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Robots of Death: Part Three

Wednesday 7 December

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
9:00am EST
Planet of the Ood

The Doctor takes Donna to her first alien world, but the Ood-Sphere reveals some terrible truths about the human race.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
10:00am EST
The Sontaran Stratagem

Part 1. Sontaran warriors set their sights on the Earth and its inhabitants.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
11:00am EST
The Poison Sky

Part 2. As poison gas suffocates the Earth's population, the Doctor and UNIT team members work to eliminate the threat.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Robots of Death: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part One

Thursday 8 December

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
9:00am EST
The Doctor's Daughter

The Doctor meets the most important woman of his life.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
10:00am EST
Silence in the Library

Part 1. The Doctor and Donna must uncover the truth behind the Nodes and the Data Ghost to uncover the library's secret.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
11:00am EST
Forest of the Dead

Part 2 . As the shadows rise, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Two

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Three

Show broadcasts for EBRU
 
8:00pm EST
Doctor Who
(the actual episode broadcast is unknown)

Friday 9 December