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Synopsis


The Doctor's Killer
The Doctor's Killer
 The city of London, 22 April 2011 - soaring buildings, glittering and mighty under a perfect blue sky, and life tumbling onto pavements below. And horse-drawn Roman chariots driving through the streets. And a Victorian steam train on a monorail... hang on, like in a sci-fi city, but with Romans and steam trains? And hot air balloons? And pterodactyls? And Charles Dickens appearing on BBC One's Breakfast! Something isn't quite right…

 In Buckingham Senate, at 5.02pm, Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill calls for his Soothsayer to be fetched from the Tower. Greying, unkempt, older, tireder, but unmistakably - it's The Doctor. ‘Tick tock goes the clock’, Winston tells him, ‘but they don't, do they? The clocks never tick’. It's always 5.02pm these days. All of history is happening at once. ‘What happened to time?’ asks Winston. The answer, it seems, is a woman…



General Information

Season: Thirty Two (New Series 6)
Production Code: 6-13
Story Number: 224 (New Series: 68)
Episode Number:783 (New Series: 87)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Production Dates: November 2010 - April 2011
Broadcast Date: 01 October 2011
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Upper Boat, Pontypridd) and BBC Television Centre (London)
Location: Wharton Street (Cardiff); Bute Park (Cardiff); 14 Archer Road (Penarth); Mir Steel (Newport); City Hall (Cardiff); Lone Rock Beach (Utah, USA) and Lake Powell (Utah, USA).
Writer:Steven Moffat
Director:Jeremy Webb
Producer:Marcus Wilson
Executive Producers:Beth Willis, Piers Wenger and Steven Moffat
Associate Producer:Denise Paul
Script Executive:Lindsey Alford
Script Editor:Caroline Henry
Editor:Anthony Combes
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Manager:Phillipa Cole
Production Assistant:Charlie Coombes
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Tim Palmer
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Diana Barton
Costume Designer:Barbara Kidd
Make-Up Designer:Barbara Southcott
Cameramen:Matthew Lepper (Assistant), Simon Ridge (Assistant), Svetlana Miko (Assistant) and Mark Smeaton (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Paul Jefferies
Sound Recordist:Bryn Thomas
Visual Effects:The Mill
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinator:Crispin Layfield
Stunt Performers:Andy Merchant and Nic Goodey
Title Sequence:Frame Store
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Daleks Originally Created By: Terry Nation
Sontarans Originally Created By: Robert Holmes
Music Performed By: The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Music Conducted and Orchestrated By: Ben Foster
Music Mixed By: Jake Jackson
Music Recorded By: Gerry O'Riordan
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor)
Number of Companions: 2The Companions: Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) (Rejoins and Departs) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) (Rejoins and Departs) Number of Acquaintances: 2The Acquaintances: Alex Kingston (River Song) (Rejoins and Departs) and Ian McNeice (Winston Churchill) (Rejoins and Departs) Guest Cast: Simon Callow (Charles Dickens) Additional Cast: Frances Barber (Madame Kovarian), Simon Fisher-Becker (Dorium Maldovar), Richard Hope (Dr Malokeh), Marnix Van Den Broeke (The Silent), Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks), Sian Williams (As Herself), Bill Turnbull (As Himself), Meredith Vieira (Newsreader), Niall Greig Fulton (Gideon Vandaleur), Sean Buckley (Barman), Rondo Haxton (Gantok), Emma Campbell-Jones (Dr Kent), Katharine Burford (Nurse), Richard Dillane (Carter), William Morgan Sheppard (Canton Delaware)Setting: London, England (22nd April 2011); Lake Silencio, Utah, USA (22nd April 2011); Cairo, Egypt (22nd April 2011); Nursing Home (21st century); Calisto B (52nd century); Vegas 12 (52nd century); Seventh Transept (52nd century); Leadworth, England (2011) Villains:Gantok, Madame Kovarian/Eye Patch Lady and The Silence

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783The Wedding of River Song01 October 201145'19"7.7Yes

Total Duration 45 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 7.7
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2011)81.00%  (Position = 3 out of 13)
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2014)70.55% Lower (Position = 129 out of 241)


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Notes


This story is the final story of Season Thirty Two (New Series 6) and explains the circumstances of The Doctor’s apparent death in "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon".

This story includes several scenes from the "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon" leading up to and immediately following The Doctor's death.

This story is directed by Jeremy Webb, who previously directed "The Curse of the Black Spot".

Mark Gatiss returns to the world of Doctor Who, this time playing Gantok. He is credited in this story under the pseudonym ‘Rondo Haxton’. Mark Gatiss previously played Professor Richard Lazarus in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "The Lazarus Experiment", and he provided the uncredited voice of Danny Boy in the 2010 story "Victory of the Daleks" and again in "A Good Man Goes to War", along with a number of roles in audio dramas based on the show. He has also written four stories since the show was revived in 2005. These are "The Unquiet Dead", "The Idiot's Lantern", "Victory of the Daleks" and "Night Terrors".

Simon Callow returns to the role of Charles Dickens from the 2005 Ninth Doctor story "The Unquiet Dead".

Richard Hope reprises his role as a Silurian doctor, after first appearing in 2010 story "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood", and Ian McNeice again plays Winston Churchill. While off camera Nicholas Briggs again voices the Dalek.

American television hostess Meredith Vieira recorded her report of Winston Churchill's return to the Buckingham Senate in front of a green screen while filming a segment for The Today Show’s ‘Anchors Abroad’ segment.

Dorium Maldovar returns as a head in a box. He was beheaded by the Headless Monks in "A Good Man Goes to War".

William Morgan Sheppard is credited for his brief appearance in the background of The Doctor's death scene, reprised from "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon".

The Teselecta returns, as does its captain (see "Let's Kill Hitler").

The Doctor again sports a beard (see "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon").

This story’s main plot centres around the damage caused by River Song when she tries to re-write a fixed point in time. The Doctor tries to do this himself in the 2009 Tenth Doctor story "The Waters of Mars" but fails when Adelade kills herself in order to keep history the same. Fixed points in time have been a recurring plot device in the show, being mentioned in "The Fires of Pompeii", "The Waters of Mars" and "Cold Blood".

Following his death, in February 2011, this story pays tribute to Nicholas Courtney. This occurs when The Doctor hears that his old friend, Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart has died peacefully in a nursing home some months before. This is consistent with The Doctor's assertion in the 1989 Seventh Doctor story "Battlefield" that The Brigadier would die in bed. And as presented in this story it does not contradict the post-2010 continuity established for the character in Virgin Books’ The New Adventures novels as no indication is given as to when The Brigadier died.

The Brigadier last appeared in The Sarah Jane Adventures story "Enemy of the Bane" and was most recently mentioned (being stuck in Peru, again) in "Death of The Doctor".

The Doctor mentions his former companions Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness. This occurs when he lists all the things he could do with the TARDIS' ability to travel in time. He suggests visiting Rose Tyler in her youth (which Captain Jack Harkness admitted in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "Utopia" to having done) to help her with her homework, attending all of Jack Harkness' stag parties in one night, and returning to Queen Elizabeth I.

When The Doctor awakens in Amy's office aboard the train, he tries to remind her of the crack in her wall ("The Eleventh Hour") and fiddles with one of her TARDIS models ("The Eleventh Hour" and "Let's Kill Hitler"). Amy's sketches include a Cyberman's face ("The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang") a Dalek ("Victory of the Daleks", "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang"), herself seated in the Pandorica ("The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang"), a Silurian ("The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood" and "A Good Man Goes to War"), herself wielding a cutlass and sporting a tricorn hat ("The Curse of the Black Spot"), a Smiler's face ("The Beast Below"), a vampire girl ("The Vampires of Venice"), the first time she met The Doctor ("The Eleventh Hour"), Rory and another centurion ("The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang"), a side of the Pandorica ("The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang"), a Weeping Angel's face ("The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone" and "The God Complex"), and the TARDIS.

The Doctor tells Dorium Maldovar, ‘I've been running all my life, why should I stop?’, a precursive echo of his early, pre-death dialogue in "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon": ‘I've been running all my life...and now it's time to stop’. This theme of The Doctor 'running' from something (implied by Dorium to be his own identity) was first hinted at in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "The Sound of Drums", where The Doctor stated that he was running from time itself.

Madame Kovarian is heard referring to ‘the death of time’. "The Death of Time" was the title of the second episode of the 1965 First Doctor story "The Chase". Incidentally the fifth episode of "The Chase" features a robot that looks exactly like The Doctor.

Winston Churchill and River Song describe Cleopatra as, respectively, ‘a dreadful woman but excellent dancer’ and ‘a pushover’. River Song impersonated her in "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang". The Fourth Doctor claimed in the 1976 story "The Masque of Mandragora" to have learned swordsmanship from a captain in Cleopatra's bodyguard. Mickey Smith implied in the 2006 Tenth Doctor story "The Girl in the Fireplace" that The Doctor had had some romantic history with Cleopatra and that he affectionately called her ‘Cleo’.

Napoléon Bonaparte is also referred to. In the 1972 Third Doctor story "Day of the Daleks" The Doctor recalls how he called him ‘Boney’ and advised him that an army marches ‘on its stomach’. Unlike Cleopatra, Napoleon has made an appearance in Doctor Who, meeting the Time Lord's companions in the 196? First Doctor story "The Reign of Terror".

Queen Elizabeth I is also mentioned. The Doctor mentions her waiting for him in a glade to elope with her. (see the 2009/2010 Tenth Doctor story "The End of Time"). She first appeared in "The Chase" and again in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "The Shakespeare Code" in which The Doctor implied he knew her very well.

Charles Dickens describes his upcoming Christmas special featuring ghosts from the past, present and future, clearly and obviously alluding to his novel ‘A Christmas Carol’. Coincidently "A Christmas Carol" is also the title of the 2010 Christmas special.

The Doctor offers Winston Churchill a hypothetical scenario concerning a man with a secret that must be protected at all costs, inviting Winston Churchill to admit that he would consider killing the man; referring to Winston Churchill's apocryphal wartime fondness for quoting Benjamin Franklin's ‘Three men can keep a secret only if two of them are dead’.

When River Song says to The Doctor that time can be rewritten, he responds with ‘Don't you dare’. This echoes what River Song said to The Doctor in a similar situation in the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead".

River Song is heard to mention ‘Rule Number 1, The Doctor lies’ (see "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang" and "Let's Kill Hitler").

When The Doctor meets River Song in Area 52, he greets her by saying ‘Honey, I'm home’. River Song then replies with ‘And what sort of time do you call this?’. The two shared the same exchange in "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang".

The Doctor is heard to say ‘Geronimo’ once more (see "The End of Time", "The Eleventh Hour", "The Beast Below" and "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang").

It is revealed that Amy is partially protected from some kinds of temporal changes due to her long term exposure to the Cracks (see the 2010 stories "The Eleventh Hour" and "The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang").

A member of The Silence calls Rory ‘the man who dies and dies again’, referring to his deaths in "Amy's Choice", "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood", "The Curse of the Black Spot", and "The Doctor's Wife". Rory also remarked ‘I'm dead, again’ in "Night Terrors".

At the end of this story River Song states to Amy that she has ‘just climbed out of the Byzantium’. River Song is referring to events we witnessed in the 2010 story "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone" - although we first heard her allude to the starliner during "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead". During this scene River Song is still wearing her combat clothes from that story and she also mentions that she had just met Amy when Amy had no idea who she was.

Pterodactyls have previously appeared in Doctor Who. The Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith survived a pterodactyl attack in the 1974 Third Doctor story "Invasion of the Dinosaurs".

This story contains a number of different timelines depending on the particular characters. For The Doctor this story occurs after "Closing Time" and during "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon". For River Song this story occurs after "Closing Time", during "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon" and before "A Good Man Goes to War". For River Song, in the final scene, this story occurs after "The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone" and before "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead". While for Amy and Rory this story takes place after "The God Complex" and during "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon".

A prequel to this story was made available online after the previous story, "Closing Time". It was the fifth prequel released during this season. The first four being for the stories "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon", "The Curse of the Black Spot", "A Good Man Goes to War" and "Let's Kill Hitler". The prequel shows Area 52, with a clock stuck at the time of The Doctor's death, The Silence kept in stasis and River Song wearing an eye patch in the same fashion as Madame Kovarian. As all of this is happening, there is a voice-over of the children, the same as that from "Night Terrors" and the conclusion of "Closing Time" singing the rhyme ‘Tick tock goes the clock’ three times, and then ‘Doctor, brave and good, he turned away from violence. When he understood the falling of the silence’.

Before broadcast a couple of myths existed about this story – all proved to be true. These were: The Doctor will get married and part of this story will be set in Egypt.

This story contains a number of errors. Namely: When Dorium's head is upside down, the brass plate his head is mounted on is visible below his chin, and can be mistaken for the actor's true skin; The Doctor's reflection in River Songs's spacesuit shield is not reversed, as it should be; The Doctor marks his arm multiple times in the Buckingham Senate while seeing The Silence, yet there is no marker visible that he could have used; When The Doctor and River Song kiss, a clock is shown on screen, with time resuming from ‘05:02:00’, but earlier in this story, it was shown that time was frozen at ‘05:02:57’.

This is the first time an episode of Doctor Who has aired on the same night as an episode of fellow BBC Saturday night drama, Merlin. The first episode of the fourth season of Merlin, "The Darkest Hour", was broadcast right after "The Wedding of River Song".

Following on after this story, on BBC3, was the thirteenth chapter of the sixth series of Doctor Who Confidential. Titled "When Time Froze" it was presented by Russell Tovey and looked into the making of this story.

This episode of Doctor Who Confidential includes the special mini-episode "Death is the Only Answer". It was written via a competition (Script to Screen), in which junior schools were invited to write a script including the Eleventh Doctor and an enemy of his. This competition was won by the Pupils of Oakley CE Junior School. As well as starring Matt Smith, as the Eleventh Doctor, Nickolas Grace played the part of Albert Einstein. It was directed by Jeremy Webb.

This episode of Doctor Who Confidential was also the final episode, of this popular behind-the-scenes programme, as the BBC announced a couple of days before it was broadcast that it would be the last made.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first Doctor Who story to be aired on the same night as an episode of fellow BBC Saturday night drama, Merlin.


The Lasts (Subject to Future Stories):

 The last story of Season Thirty Two (New Series 6).

 Beth Willis' last involvement in the show as Executive Producer.

 Lindsey Alford's last involvement in the show as Script Executive.

 Barbara Kidd's last involvement in the show as Costume Designer.

 The last Doctor Who story to be accompanied by the popular behind-the-scenes programme Doctor Who Confidential.


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The Plot

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The Soothsayer
The Soothsayer

Time on Earth is stuck at 5:02 PM on the 22nd April 2011. A steam train is seen exiting from a skyscraper above the city of London while cars travel suspended from balloons. A news billboard announces that the War of the Roses has entered its second year, London picnickers are warned not to feed the pterodactyls and Charles Dickens is interviewed about his new Christmas ghost special.

At the same time Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill returns to Buckingham Palace, from a conference in Gaul with Cleopatra and wonders why it is always 5:02 PM on the 22nd April 2011. Surprised at this question his Silurian physician, Doctor Malokeh, tells him it is always that time. Winston Churchill though has his doubts that this should be so and he summons his soothsayer from the dungeon of London Tower. It is The Doctor, who tells him it is because of a woman.

In a flashback, The Doctor wants to know why he must die. Taking all the information on The Silence from a dying Dalek, he encounters the Teselecta shapeshifting robot (see "Let’s Kill Hitler") and its miniaturised crew who are currently posing as Father Gideon Vandaleur. The miniaturised crew of the Teselecta are able to point him in the direction of The Silence's agent, Gantok, who almost electrocutes himself in a game of live chess with The Doctor. To avoid death, Gantok takes him to the Seventh Transept - the resting place of the head of Dorium Maldovar, one of The Doctor's allies killed by the Order of the Headless Monks. There Dorium insists that The Doctor's death must happen and he explains that if The Doctor lives long enough, on the fields of Trenzalore, at the fall of the Eleventh, when no creature can speak falsely or fail to answer, a question that must never be answered will be asked. Dorium then asks The Doctor if he wants to know what the question is and The Doctor nervously agrees.

Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill
Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill

Taking Dorium's head with him The Doctor returns to the TARDIS. At first he is determined to continue his farewell tour but when he learns that his old friend Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart has died, The Doctor's defiance crumbles. The news of The Brigadier’s death makes The Doctor realise that he has no choice but to accept his fate and that his time has also come. To avoid crossing his own time stream, he gives the Teselecta crew TARDIS blue envelopes with instructions to deliver them to Amy, Rory, and River Song, inviting them to Lake Silencio – knowing that this will be the moment that he dies.

As already seen in "The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon" The Doctor joins his friends at Lake Silencio when an astronaut rises from the lake and The Doctor goes to meet it. It is a younger version of River Song trained to kill The Doctor by The Silence and Madame Kovarian. Trapped in the suit River Song does not want to kill him but is unable to fight the suit's control and is about to kill The Doctor. He forgives her unconditionally and shuts his eyes as her arm rise to deliver the killing blows.

Dorium
Dorium

There are five bursts that make him flinch. But when The Doctor opens his eyes and demands what she has done he discovers that instead of killing him she has discharged her weapons systems harmlessly into the ground – so draining the suit's weapons systems and averting his death, despite his warning against interfering with a fixed point in time. Unfortunately, by not killing The Doctor time becomes stuck at 5:02 PM on the 22nd April 2011 and all of Earth's history begins to happen all at the same time.

Back in the time-confused London, The Doctor and Winston Churchill discuss these events. The Doctor then realises they have lost track of time and tally marks are appearing on his arms indicating the presence of The Silence. As a nest of The Silence, on the ceiling, prepare to attack The Doctor and Winston Churchill an eyepatch-wearing Amy Pond, leading an army of soldiers, arrive. After dealing with The Silence Amy then shoots The Doctor with a tranquilizer. Some time later The Doctor wakes in Amy's office on a train bound for Area 52 that is inside the Great Pyramid at Giza. Due to the effects of the Crack in her bedroom wall, she remembers both timelines. She draws pictures of the other timeline, but cannot remember that her husband is Captain Williams in her taskforce. Inside the Great Pyramid it is revealed that they have captured more than a hundred of The Silence which are being kept in fluid-filled tanks. Madame Kovarian is also their prisoner and they have used her eyepatch to create eyedrives that let them remember The Silence even when they are not looking at them. River Song is also there. Aware that her actions have stuck time she refuses to allow The Doctor to touch her, an event that would cause time to become unstuck.

River Song has The Doctor handcuffed and tries to convince him to live. Aware of The Doctor’s presence The Silence begin to escape. The Doctor and his friends realise that this was a trap arranged by Madame Kovarian and The Silence, now free from their confinement, start to overload the eyedrives, killing and torturing their users. Madame Kovarian mocks them, until her own eyedrive begins to spark. As Amy and Rory fight off a wave of The Silence, River Song and The Doctor go up to the apex of the Great Pyramid. Madame Kovarian manages to dislodge her eyedrive but as Amy leaves, to join The Doctor and River Song, she forces it back in place, aware that this will kill Madame Kovarian - explaining that this is revenge for her taking Melody away. Amy and Rory (Amy now realising who Rory is) then join The Doctor and River Song at the top of the pyramid.

Amy Pond
Amy Pond

River Song tries to convince The Doctor that this stuck time is acceptable and that he does not have to die. She explains that she has built a distress beacon, to send a message asking the universe for help across all time zones: ‘The Doctor is dying. Please help’. She reveals to The Doctor that many answers have come back saying ‘Yes’. The Doctor, however, insists that no one can help him and that all of reality will soon break down.

As River Song despairs The Doctor tells Amy to uncuff him. He then takes off his bow tie and uses it to marry River Song in a handfasting. Amy and Rory, her parents, consenting to this. The Doctor then whispers a secret into his bride's ear and tells her that she must never tell anyone what he has just told her: his name. As she looks at him in wonder, The Doctor asks for her help to prevent the universe's destruction. Realising there is no other way the two kiss, allowing reality to return to normal. As the original history showed, The Doctor is killed on the shore of Lake Silencio by River Song - an act she is sent to Stormcage prison for.

Some time later, Amy is sitting in her garden when River Song, fresh from the crash of the Byzantium in River Song's own timeline, arrives. As mother and daughter chat Amy wonders what the events from the aborted, frozen timeline say about her. When Amy explains to her that she has recently witnessed The Doctor's death, River Song disagrees. Amy notes that because of The Doctor’s ability to travel in time River Song is still having adventures with him in the hundreds of years before his death. River Song then reveals to Amy a secret which she probably shouldn't – That The Doctor didn't die at Lake Silencio. The Doctor it seems enlisted the Teselecta to take his place and that during the wedding, The Doctor allowed River Song to see him miniaturised inside ‘himself’ and that River Song actually shot the Teselecta, with The Doctor safe inside. When Rory joins them the three celebrate this news.

Elsewhere, The Doctor takes Dorium's head back to the Seventh Transept. There The Doctor explains that his perceived death will enable him to be forgotten and that now that the entire universe believes him dead it is time for him to step back into the shadows. However, as The Doctor leaves, Dorium warns him that the Fields of Trenzalore and the first question still await him. As The Doctor pauses by the TARDIS, Dorium is heard calling it after him: ‘Doctor who?’.

 
The Silence
The Silence
River Song
River Song
The Silence Attack
The Silence Attack
Madame Kovarian
Madame Kovarian
 
The Wedding
The Wedding
Amy and Rory
Amy and Rory
The Kiss That Unfreezes Time
The Kiss That Unfreezes Time
The Doctor Is Alive
The Doctor Is Alive




Quote of the Story


 'On the fields of Trenzalore, at the fall of the Eleventh, when no living creature may speak falsely or fail to give answer, a question will be asked. A question that must never, ever be answered'

Dorium Maldovar



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Series 6 Part 2: - Episodes 8-13October 2011BBCDVD 3429Photo-montage
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Series 6 Part 2: - Episodes 8-13October 2011BBCBD 0152Photo-montage
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The Complete Sixth Series Box SetNovember 2011BBCDVD 3430Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing all 12 stories
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The Complete Sixth Series Box SetNovember 2011BBCBD 0153Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
DVD
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2011BBCDVD 3564Photo-montageLimited Edition DVD boxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition)November 2011BBCBD 0193Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all 12 stories
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Original Television Soundtrack - Series 6December 2011Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
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Blu-Ray
The Complete Series 1-7 Box Set (Limited Edition)December 2013BBCBD 0242Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray boxed set containing all Series 1-7 stories at full 1080p high definition
Audio
CD
The 50th Anniversary CollectionDecember 2013Photo-montageOriginal Television Soundtracks
Video
DVD
The Complete Sixth Series (2014 Re-release)August 2014BBCDVD 3970Photo-montageBoxed set containing all 12 stories
Video
Blu-Ray
The Complete Sixth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)August 2020Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 12 stories


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