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CT Issue 442

Verity Lambert Reproduction Heritage Plaques

These are now available to buy at http://www.dwasonline.co.uk/plaques

There will be a maximum of 50 of these produced, so if you would like one, it would probably be better to order sooner rather than later..

CT 441 Desptached

CT issue 441 is in the post to members today (Wednesday). It should hit doormats in the UK on Saturday and overseas shortly afterwards. A preview is available here: dwasonline.co.uk/celestial_toyroom

CT 441

For members - Celestial Toyroom issue 441 is at the printers. A preview of available here:

http://www.dwasonline.co.uk/latest_issue

Last Christmas' UK Consolidated Ratings

The latest figures for Christmas day viewing in the UK show that after delayed viewing is taken into account, 'Last Christmas' added just under 2 million viewers to finish with 8.3 million (against an initial overnight figure of 6.34 million).

Bernard Kay

Another DW stalwart, Bernard Kay has died. He was 86 and had been a guest at DWAS events where he had been a popular guest. You can read more about Bernard's career at Doctor Who News - www.doctorwhonews.net

'Last Christmas' Competition

As always we would like your views on the Doctor Who Christmas Special after it screens where you live. This time round we will be drawing all the comments received out of a virtual hat and the winner will receive a copy of the brand new BBC audio book 'Engines of War' (rrp £25).

Christmas Cards

these have now sold out. Thank,you to everyone who supported us.

'Death in Heaven' Ratings Update

The consolidated ratings for 'Death in Heaven' on BBC1 in the UK last week, show that the programme added a massive 2.25 million viewers. The 'consolidated' result is a final figure of 7.6 million.

iPlayer and download viewings will be updated as time goes on, and we will carry a full UK ratings update in January's CT.

'Death in Heaven' Overnight Ratings

The initial overnight ratings for 'Death in Heaven' on BBC1 in the UK yesterday were 5.45 million viewers which is 23.3% of audience. Both figures represent an increase on the previous week's episode.

Doctor Who was again the third most popular programme in the UK yesterday behind Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor.