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Last updated 27 January 2017
You've Got the Look
Broadcast: Saturday 5th September 2009
11:46pm-12:00am CDT (04:46 GMT) « »
WMVS/MPTV (Milwaukee) HD 10.1/36.2
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Featuring: MyAnna Buring, Phil Collinson, Russell T Davies, Mark Gatiss, Neill Gorton, Paul Kasey, James Strong, David Tennant, Edward Thomas

This episode goes behind the scenes of The Impossible Planet

Going behind the scenes of Doctor Who. With the Doctor and Rose having visited an array of different ages and eras, there's a look at the varied and contrasting locations and looks of this series - from the dark and moody moors of Tooth and Claw, to the pristine hospital of New Earth, the deadly art deco days and nights on Rise of the Cybermen, to the creepy coronation of The Idiot's Lantern.


Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: TWIDW
 

Report from the This Week in Doctor Who Archive:

Saturday 5th September 2009:
Milwaukee Public TV 10.1 http://www.mptv.org
Milwaukee DirecTV 10,946
Milwaukee Dish 10,7076
Series 2 - 3rd Cycle:
Saturday 11PM CDT 2-08 The Impossible Planet pt 1 of 2
Saturday 11:46PM CDT DWC 2-08 You've Got the Look

12 September 11PM CDT 2-09 The Satan Pit pt 2 of 2
12 September 11:47PM CDT DWC 2-09 Myths, Heroes, and Legends
19 September 11PM CDT 2-10 Love & Monsters
19 September 11:45PM CDT DWC 2-10 The New World of Dr Who
26 September 11PM CDT 2-11 Fear Her
26 September 11:45PM CDT DWC 2-11 The Fright Stuff
3 October 11PM CDT 2-12 Army of Ghosts pt 1 of 2
3 October 11:45PM CDT DWC 2-12 Welcome to Torchwood
10 October 11PM CDT 2-13 Doomsday pt 2 of 2
10 October 11:46PM CDT DWC 2-13 Finale
17 October 10:59PM CDT 3-00 The Runaway Bride (61 minutes, Series 3 - 2nd
Cycle Begins)
24 October 11PM CDT 3-01 Smith and Jones
24 October 11:45PM CDT DWC 3-01 Meet Martha Jones
31 October 11PM CDT 3-02 The Shakespeare Code
31 October 11:45PM CDT DWC 3-02 Stage Fright

Series 3 has aired 1 time, and Milwaukee Public TV can presumably repeat it an unknown number of times.