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This Week in Doctor Who


Week 07: 17-23 Feb 2018 - USA

Data last updated 20 February 2018

Saturday 17 February

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:00pm EST
The Invasion of Time: Part Two

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
6:30pm EST
The Invasion of Time: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Invasion of Time: Part Four

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Invasion of Time: Part Five

Show broadcasts for WFWA
 
9:30pm EST
Tom Baker Movies: Nightmare of Eden
The Doctor meets the scientist Tryst, who has with him a Continuous Event Transmuter machine.

Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
10:00pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: Image of the Fendahl

An anachronistic twelve-million-year-old human skull has been discovered by archaeologists and is now being used by Professor Fendelman in his time scanner experiments at Fetch Priory in contemporary England. The skull is actually an artifact of the Fendahl, an ancient creature that feeds on the life force of others.


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

The Doctor and Romana visit the Leisure Hive on the planet Argolis, the surface of which is uninhabitable following a twenty minute nuclear war between the Argolins and their enemies the Foamasi. The Argolins themselves are now sterile. Pangol, the youngest, was created by the Tachyon Recreation Generator, a machine that runs games in the Hive.


Show broadcasts for KPTS
 
10:00pm CST
The Pirate Planet: Part Three

The Doctor learns the Captain's terrible secret. Captain: Bruce Purchase. Mentiad: Bernard Finch. Romana: Mary Tamm. Guard: Adam Kurakin.


Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
 
11:00pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: Destiny of the Daleks

The Daleks are using explosive charges and a group of humanoid slave workers to mine planet Skaro.


Show broadcasts for WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
 
11:00pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: The Talons of Weng-Chiang - Part 1 of 2

The Doctor travels to Victorian London only to be rapidly drawn into a fiendish plot involving disappearing women, an Oriental stage magician with uncanny powers, a murderous ventriloquist's dummy, and giant rats in the sewers.


Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
11:30pm CST
Tom Baker Movies: The Sunmakers

The TARDIS arrives in the future on the planet Pluto where there are now six suns, a breathable atmosphere and a large industrial community. The Company controls the planet and exploits the workers, pays them a pittance and then taxes them on everything imaginable. The Doctor and Leela join forces with an underground band of rebels led by a man named Mandrel.


Show broadcasts for Alaska Public Television/KAKM
 
9:00pm AKST
Tom Baker Movies: Full Circle
(Repeated: Sun 2:00am AKST)

Dr. Who and Romana are diverted to Alzarius on a voyage home. Dr. Who: Tom Baker. Romana: Lalla Ward. Varsh: Richard Willis. Login: George Baker. Adric: Matthew Waterhouse.

Sunday 18 February

Show broadcasts for WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
 
12:20am CST
Tom Baker Movies: The Talons of Weng-Chiang - Part 2 of 2

The Doctor travels to Victorian London only to be rapidly drawn into a fiendish plot involving disappearing women, an Oriental stage magician with uncanny powers, a murderous ventriloquist's dummy, and giant rats in the sewers.

Saturday 17 February

Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:03pm PST
The Claws of Axos: Episode Two
(Repeated: Sun 4:00am PST)

The Doctor discovers that the spaceship is a living creature.


Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:30pm PST
The Claws of Axos: Episode Three
(Repeated: Sun 4:27am PST)

The axonite is quickly distributed around the world.

Sunday 18 February

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

Show broadcasts for Miscellaneous PBS Channels
 
2:30pm CST
WDCQ: Science Goes to the Movies: Dr. Who: Quantum Physicist (Factual)

The overlap between quantum reality and science fiction is discussed.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
4:00pm EST
The Power of Kroll: Part One

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
4:30pm EST
The Power of Kroll: Part Two

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
5:00pm EST
The Power of Kroll: Part Three

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
5:30pm EST
The Power of Kroll: Part Four

Show broadcasts for PBS North
 
10:00pm CST
Peter Davison Movies: Enlightenment

The Doctor and his companions are thrust into the Eternals' "amusement." Peter Davison. Black Guardian: Valentine Dyall. White Guardian: Cyril Luckham. Wrack: Lynda Baron. Turlough: Mark Strickson.


Show broadcasts for WETA-UK
 
11:00pm EST
Colin Baker Movies: The Trial of a Time Lord
(Repeated: Tue 3:00am EST)

The Doctor faces death when the Time Lords place him on trial for interfering in galactic affairs. Peri: Nicola Bryant. Melanie: Bonnie Langford. The Valeyard: Michael Jayston. Katryca: Joan Sims.

Monday 19 February

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
4:30am EST
Deep Breath

Clara is alone in Victorian London with a man she doesn't know, a dinosaur in the Thames, and a spate of deadly spontaneous combustions. The Doctor has changed. It's time you knew him.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Two Doctors: Part Three (6 part version)

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Two Doctors: Part Four (6 part version)

Today

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
6:00am EST
Asylum of the Daleks

Kidnapped by his oldest foe, the Doctor is forced on an impossible mission - to a place even the Daleks are too terrified to enter...


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
7:00am EST
Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

An unmanned spaceship hurtles towards certain destruction - unless the Doctor can save it, and its impossible cargo... of dinosaurs!


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
8:00am EST
A Town Called Mercy

The Doctor gets a Stetson and a gun, and finds himself the reluctant Sheriff of a Western town under siege by a relentless cyborg.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
The Two Doctors: Part Five (6 part version)

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
The Two Doctors: Part Six (6 part version)

Wednesday 21 February

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
6:00am EST
The Power Of Three

The Doctor and the Ponds puzzle an unlikely invasion of Earth, as millions of sinister black cubes fall from the sky overnight...


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
7:00am EST
The Angels Take Manhattan

The Doctor's heart-breaking farewell to Amy and Rory - a race against time through the streets of Manhattan, as New York's statues come to life around them....


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
8:00am EST
The Snowmen

Christmas Eve 1892 and a chilling menace threatens humankind - but with the Doctor in mourning, it takes old friends and an unorthodox young governess to get him fighting to save the world again.


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
Timelash: Part One (4 part version)

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
Timelash: Part Two (4 part version)

Thursday 22 February

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
6:00am EST
The Bells of Saint John

The Doctor's search for Clara brings him to London, where Wi-Fi is everywhere. Humanity lives in a Wi-Fi soup but something dangerous is lurking in the signals, picking off minds and imprisoning them...


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
7:00am EST
The Rings of Akhaten

On the rings of the planet Akhaten, the Festival of Offerings is in full swing. Clara meets the Queen of Years but something is stirring in the pyramid, and a sacrifice will be demanded.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
8:00am EST
Cold War

The Doctor and Clara land on a submarine in 1983 as it spirals into the ocean depths with an alien creature loose. With tempers flaring and nuclear weapons on board, the whole of humanity is at stake!


Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:00pm EST
Timelash: Part Three (4 part version)

Show broadcasts for Retro TV
 
7:30pm EST
Timelash: Part Four (4 part version)

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

Friday 23 February