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This Week in Doctor Who


Week 36: 7-13 Sep 2019 - USA

Data last updated 15 September 2019

Saturday 7 September

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
3:30am EDT
Night Terrors

Every child is scared of monsters, but George's terrified pleas for help reach the Doctor. Because George's monsters are real.


Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
4:30am EDT
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 WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
 
11:00pm CDT
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.


Pre-empted in August by Aging Backwards 2 with Miranda Esmonde-White (17th), Memory Rescue with Daniel Amen, M.D. (24th) and The British Beat (My Music) (31st)


Show broadcasts for Iowa Public TV
 
11:00pm CDT
Colin Baker Movies: Trial of a Time Lord - The Mysterious Planet

Show broadcasts for Idaho Public Television
 
11:00pm MDT
Peter Davison Movies: Enlightenment

Sunday 8 September

Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
12:00am CDT
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 WSRE
 
12:45am CDT
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.

Saturday 7 September

Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:01pm PDT
The Stones of Blood: Part One
(Repeated: Sun 4:00am PDT)

The TARDIS materializes on Earth.


Show broadcasts for KBTC
 
11:30pm PDT
The Stones of Blood: Part Two
(Repeated: Sun 4:29am PDT)

The Doctor and Romana encounter strange monsters as they explore the connection between the stone circle and the missing Key segment.

Sunday 8 September

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

Monday 9 September

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
4:30am EDT
The Woman Who Fell to Earth
(Repeated: Thu 4:30am EDT)

In a South Yorkshire city, Ryan Sinclair, Yasmin Khan, and Graham O'Brien are about to have their lives changed forever as a mysterious woman, unable to remember her own name, falls from the night sky.

Thursday 12 September

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

Friday 13 September

Show broadcasts for EBRU
 
12:00am EDT
Doctor Who
(the actual episode broadcast is unknown)

Show broadcasts for BBC America
 
4:30am EDT
The Return Of Doctor Mysterio

The Doctor join forces with a masked Superhero for an epic New York adventure. With brain-swapping aliens poised to attack, the Doctor and Nardole link up with an investigative reporter and a mysterious figure known only as The Ghost.


Show broadcasts for RSU Public Television
 
7:00pm CDT
Colin Baker Movies: The Twin Dilemma

Show broadcasts for WSRE
 
10:30pm CDT
Conversations with Jeff Weeks: Colin Baker (Related)

WSRE presents a half-hour series that is "personality-driven", featuring in-depth discussions with unique individuals and leading newsmakers from all walks of life.


Features Colin Baker.