20th January 2014 sees 'The Moonbase' released on DVD, with the missing episodes animated against the original soundtrack. DWAS is able to offer the Dvd signed by Polly herself, Anneke Wills and for members there is no extra charge. Please click 'Merchandise' above for more details and to order.
The original Thames TV series was initially conceived as a rival for Pertwee-era Doctor Who by ITV. In reality it never filled that role, but 'The Tomorrow People' follows Doctor Who in another way this coming week, in getting a modern re-boot. Produced in the US, and based on the 1970s Thames TV series, 'The Tomorrow People' arrives in the UK on E4 next Wednesday 8th January 2014 at 9pm.
The consolidated ratings for 'The Time of the Doctor' on BBC1 in the UK, which include those who recorded the show to watch it in the seven days after broadcast, give the programme an excellent final figure of 11.1 million viewers. Another first class result for the Doctor.
The initial UK overnight ratings for 'The Time of the Doctor' were good, with the programme finishing as (joint) number 2 for Christmas Day, beating the traditional BBC1 ratings machine 'EastEnders'. Doctor Who pulled in an audience of 8.3 million (30.7%) making it joint number 2 with Coronation Street.
We are just 24 hours away from 'The Time of the Doctor', and Matt Smith's departure. As always we would like to know what you thought of the episode. As a bit of an incentive, everyone who sends in their comments to us by 31st December 2013 will be entered into a free draw to win either a DVD or Blu Ray of the Christmas special.
The consolidated UK figures for 'The Day of the Doctor' which take into account the audience who watched the show in the seven days after the initial broadcast, show that the programme added a further 2.7million viewers, taking the total figure to 12.8 Million - the highest for the show since 2008.
'The Day of the Doctor' also topped the BBC iPlayer charts for November 2013.