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This Week in Doctor Who

Week 24: 18-24 Jun 2016 - USA

Data last updated 13 March 2017

Saturday 18 June

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

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

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
7:00pm EDT
Enlightenment: Part One

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
7:30pm EDT
Enlightenment: Part Two

Show broadcasts for KRWG
7:00pm MDT
The Seeds of Doom: Part Three
(Repeated: Sun 1:00am MDT)

An eccentric millionaire steals a pod for his botany collection. Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen. Chester: Ian Fairbairn. Scorby: John Challis. Hargreaves: Seymour Green.

Pre-empted from its original 4th June broadcast by Great Performances: Joan Baez 75th Birthday Celebration, and the 11th by Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli: Cinema.

Show broadcasts for WFWA
9:30pm EDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Android Invasion

The Doctor and Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) are met with hostility when they return to Earth. Adams: Max Faulkner. Morgan: Peter Welch. Styggron: Martin Friend.

Show broadcasts for KBTC
~7:00pm PDT
An Unearthly Child: Pilot

Part of a Doctor Who Marathon pledge evening.

Show broadcasts for KPTS
9:00pm CDT
The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Four

The Doctor battles the Tong of the Black Scorpion. Louise Jameson. Jago: Christopher Benjamin. Li H'sen Chang: John Bennett. Weng-Chiang: Michael Spice.

Pre-empted on 4th June by This Land Is Your Land, and on the 11th June by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: 50 Years Of Circling Back.

Show broadcasts for KNCT
9:00pm CDT
New Earth

Rose and the Doctor visit New Earth in the far future, where they come across an unexpected enemy and a luxurious hospital filled with gruesome secrets.

Show broadcasts for KBTC
~7:40pm PDT
The Ambassadors of Death: Movie Format

Part of a Doctor Who Marathon pledge evening. Color edition, movie format (runs until midnight, with pledge breaks). Zap2It gave "episode" times as 7:00pm, 7:42pm, 8:23pm, 9:05pm, 9:47pm, 10:29pm, 11:15pm

Show broadcasts for WILL
10:00pm CDT
Mummy On The Orient Express

Show broadcasts for WSRE
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Brain Of Morbius

The planet Karn is home both to a mystic Sisterhood, whose sacred flame produces an elixir of life, and to Mehendri Solon, a fanatical scientist who is using the remnants of spaceship crash victims to put together a new body for the still-living brain of the executed Time Lord criminal Morbius.

Show broadcasts for WXXI
11:00pm EDT
Dark Water

The Doctor is faced with an impossible decision, as plans are drawn in the mysterious world of the Nethersphere.

Show broadcasts for WYCC
10:00pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Seeds Of Doom (Part 1 of 2)

The Doctor is summoned to Antarctica to examine a vegetable pod discovered in the ice. Dr. Who: Tom Baker. Derek: Michael McStay. Sarah: Elisabeth Sladen. Chase: Tony Beckley. Winlett: John Gleeson.

Scheduled timeslot, though more likely 75 minutes than 102!

Show broadcasts for KCPT (Kansas City)
11:00pm CDT
The Lazarus Experiment

Originally scheduled for 4th June, but then pre-empted by Eric Clapton: Slowhand at 70, then Legends & Lyrics on the 11th June.

Show broadcasts for WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
11:00pm CDT
Pertwee Movies: Spearhead From Space

Exiled to Earth and forbidden from travelling by his fellow Time Lords, the newly regenerated Doctor arrives in Oxley Woods accompanied by a shower of mysterious meteorites. Investigating these unusual occurrences is the newly-formed United Nations Intelligence Taskforce (UNIT) led by Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart. Most puzzling of all is the attempted kidnapping of a strange hospital patient, a man with two hearts who insists that he knows the Brigadier. Compiles episodes 1-4 from "Doctor Who" series 7

Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
11:05pm CDT
Mummy On The Orient Express

The Doctor and Clara are on the most beautiful train in history speeding among the stars of the future. But a deadly creature is stalking the passengers. Once you see the horrifying Mummy you only have 66 seconds to live. No exceptions, no reprieve. As the Doctor races against the clock Clara sees him at his deadliest and most ruthless. Will he work out how to defeat the Mummy? Start the clock!

Show broadcasts for WYCC
11:42pm CDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Seeds Of Doom (Part 2 of 2)

The Krynoid develops quickly on Chase's country manor. Chase: Tony Beckley. Dr. Who: Tom Baker. Scorby: John Challis. Krynoid's Voice: Mark Jones. Amelia: Sylvia Coleridge. Thackeray: Michael Barrington.

Scheuled timeslot, though only listed at 18 minutes!

Show broadcasts for Idaho Public Television
10:58pm MDT
Tom Baker Movies: The Pirate Planet

The tracer detects the second segment on the planet Calufrax. The TARDIS makes a bumpy landing, and the Doctor and Romana soon discover that they are not on Calufrax at all. They are in fact on Zanak, a planet that has been hollowed out and fitted with engines so that it can transmat through space and materialise around others - such as Calufrax - to plunder their mineral wealth, leaving them as shrunken husks held by gravitational forces in a "trophy room".

Sunday 19 June

Monday 20 June

Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
12:00am EDT
Spearhead From Space: All Four Parts
(Repeated: Tue 3:30am EDT)

Doctor Who battles aliens who plan to take over the Earth by replacing key government officials.

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:00pm EDT
Survival: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:30pm EDT
An Unearthly Child

Tuesday 21 June

Show broadcasts for WTTW Prime Chicago
9:00pm CDT
Time Heist

The Doctor turns bank robber when he is given a task he cannot refuse.

Replaced by Suze Orman: Financial Solutions for You


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:00pm EDT
An Unearthly Child: The Cave of Skulls

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:30pm EDT
An Unearthly Child: The Forest of Fear

Wednesday 22 June

Thursday 23 June

Friday 24 June

Show broadcasts for BBC America
2:30am EDT

When people start to disappear, a young woman finds cryptic messages bleeding through from a mysterious stranger called the Doctor.

Show broadcasts for BBC America
3:30am EDT
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
5:00am EDT
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
6:00am EDT
Doctor Who: listed as The End Of Time 1 & 2
(the actual episode broadcast is unknown)
(Repeated: Fri 7:00am EDT)

Episode listed as The End Of Time parts 1 & 2, but only scheduled for an hour, with a three hour version on 8am!

Show broadcasts for BBC America
8:00am EDT
The End of Time: Parts 1 & 2

It's the Tenth Doctor's final journey - but his nemesis, The Master, has been reborn. A terrible shadow falls across the Universe as great danger approaches, and the Doctor faces the end of his life as the Master's plans hurtle out of control.

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:00pm EDT
The Daleks: The Ambush

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
11:30pm EDT
The Daleks: The Expedition

Show broadcasts for KMOS Missouri
11:30pm CDT
The Aztecs: The Bride of Sacrifice