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Overnight Ratings for 'The Eaters of Light'

Doctor Who sadly achieved it lowest ever UK overnight ratings on Saturday, with just 2.89 million people watching. However, the result is not as straight forward as it initially appears. This figure also represents 22% of the audience - that is an increase on 'The Empress of Mars' last week. the most likely reason for the fall is the hot weather which most of the UK is basking at the moment.

The Empress of Mars BBC Overnight Ratings

The BBC1 overnight ratings for 'The Empress of Mars' were 3.58m, or 20.6% of the audience. An increase on last week's episode that was up against the 'Britain's Got Talent' finals.

http://www.doctorwhonews.net/2017/06/empress-of-mars-overnight-viewing.html

War Doctor Postcards

This month's CT contains one of our three War Doctor postcards - members can complete their set by visiting our online shop - just click 'DWAS Shop' above.

Discount on Membership for Amex Cardholders

DWAS now accepts American Express for membership renewals, as well as Visa and MasterCard. Amex is currently offering us a reduced commission rate for an introductory period, and we are pleased to pass that on to members.

Peter Sallis Dies

Peter Sallis who played Eric Penley in 'The Ice Warriors' in 1967 has died aged 96. He was best known to the public as the voice of Wallace in 'Wallace and Gromit and as Cleggy in Last of the Summer Wine.

Doctor Who UK Ratings Update

The consolidated Ratings for the BBC1 broadcast of 'The Pyramid at the End of the World' were 5.79 million, adding nearly 1.8 million viewers, putting Doctor Who as no 3 for the week on BBC1 and 7th across all channels.

A Message from Ryan Danes author of Sydney Newman biography 'The Man Who Thought Outside the Box'

I have just released Sydney Newman's biography THE MAN WHO THOUGHT OUTSIDE THE BOX, which will feature in Doctor Who Magazine 513, and is at the moment being reviewed for the Summer issue of Cosmic Masque.

I wondered if there would be any interest in the summer on a lecture on Sydney, and on the origins of the show?

Celestial Toyroom 470/1

This month's CT is a double issue in order to accommodate the amount of material, as we pay tribute to the War Doctor, John Hurt.

Watching Books Need Your Contributions

Watching Books the team behind the brilliant 'You and Who' series and its different variants are looking for contributors for their latest offering 'Our Sarah' which is dedicated to the life and work of the great Elisabeth Sladen. Head over to http://youandwho.weebly.com/our-sarah.html to find out how you can get involved in this or their other current projects.

The Capitol 2018

We are delighted to announce that The Capitol will be reopening its doors across the weekend of 28th/29th April 2018.

Lots more details to follow in the coming days and weeks!