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"Goodbye, Victoria..."

“Goodbye, Victoria…”

Debbie Watling

The sad news this afternoon, 21st July 2017, is the death of Debbie Watling at age 69, best known to us all as Victoria Waterfield from Patrick Troughton's era.

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Jodie Whittaker

So... Jodie Whittaker it is, best known for her part in 'Broadchurch' alongside David Tennant. Let us know what you think. A big step for the show.. in the right direction? Drop us a line at ct@dwasonline.co.uk or pop over to our Facebook page (click the icon opposite)

The Next Doctor

We will know who the next Doctor is in a few hours. Please let us know what you think. You can post at our Facebook page or drop us a line at ct@dwasonline.co.uk . Please include your name if emailing. Comments may be published in print and/or online

Doctor Who is Number One (Again)!

The consolidated ratings for 'The Doctor Falls' on BBC1 were 5.3 million, making Doctor Who the most popular programme on TV for the day.

'The Doctor Falls' UK Overnight Viewing Figures

The series finale showed an increase in both numbers watching and audience share. The overnight results show the programme achieved 3.75 million viewers, representing 25.3% of the audience. The show also performed well against general viewing on Saturday. More details can be found at Doctor Who News -www.doctorwhonews.net/2017/07/the-doctor-falls-overnight-viewing.html

The Eaters of Light Consolidated UK Ratings

The consolidated UK ratings for 'The Eaters of Light' show that the programme added a very healthy 1.84 million viewers to the initially disappointing 2.89 million in overnight results. The final number is therefore 4.74 million, which was 11th for the week across all channels.

World Enough and Time

A difficult day or several for Bill Potts - let us know what you thought by voting in our online poll...

The Empress of Mars UK Consolidated Ratings

The Empress of Mars added 1.44 million viewers to finish with an official rating of 5.02 million viewers, a share of 25.9% of the total TV audience.

The episode was the 23rd most watched programme of the week, and the 11th highest rated programme on the BBC. Doctor Who was the highest rated programme across all TV channels on Saturday.