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Amicus Dalek Films

The two AARU (aka Amicus) films, 'Dr Who and the Daleks' and 'Daleks Invasion Earth 2150AD' will be shown this coming week in the UK on Sony Movies. the films run back to back on Tuesday 12th and again on Friday 15th.

Diddly Dum

I recently took part in the Diddly Dum podcast to talk about conventions and... stuff

https://diddlydumpodcast.wordpress.com

Celestial Toyroom - The Guest Editor Editions

For those still not tempted to join DWAS as a full member, here is an offer for you that will give you an idea of what our magazine is like, and enable us to support the Breast Cancer Campaign too.

CT 451/2

We are aware that CT issue 451/2 has yet to arrive and are investigating the matter. In the meantime there is no need to contact us to advise of non-receipt

***UPDATE***

With no days to spare, issue 451/2 is hitting UK doormats on the last day of 2015. Our apologies for the delay. It was certainly anticipated that the magazine would arrived by Christmas Eve. Unfortunately it missed that slot and the subsequent public holidays held it up until today.

Christmas Special Overnight Ratings

The overnight ratings for Doctor Who in the UK on Christmas Day were 5.8 million, representing 29.4% of the audience. Doctor Who held its own against other shows on TV scoring similar results to 'Call the Midwife', 'Coronation Street' and others. It also beat the Christmas Day edition of 'EastEnders'. Overall Doctor Who was number 7 for the day, although the top ten were all close together.

'Face the Raven' BBC1 Overnight Figures

'Face the Raven' achieved overnight ratings of 4.42 million viewers, which was just under 20% of the audience. Doctor Who was number 5 on TV for the day.

More information is at: http://www.doctorwhonews.net/search/label/Ratings

2016 Annual - Win a Copy

We have two copies so the 2016 Doctor Who annual to be won. After this weekend's broadcast of 'Face the Raven' drop us a line and let us know what you thought. We will pull two emails 'out of the hat' to win an annual.

The Zygon Inversion Consolidated Ratings

The Zygon Inversion official UK figures added nearly 2 million to the 4.13 overnight result to finish with 6.03 million viewers. More information is at http://www.doctorwhonews.net/search/label/Ratings

Overnight Ratings

The BBC1 overnight ratings for 'Sleep No More' were similar to last week - 4 million, which was 18.6% of the audience. The episode itself seems to be polarising opinion - with people either loving it or hating it. Let su know your view in our poll.

The Zygon Invasion Consolidated Ratings

The BBC1 broadcast of 'The Zygon Invasion' added 1.8 million viewers in consolidated numbers to end up with 5.76 million viewers.

More information is ate http://www.doctorwhonews.net/search/label/Ratings