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Kill the Moon
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Synopsis


Destination, The Moon
Destination, The Moon
 In the near future, The Doctor and Clara find themselves on a space shuttle making a suicide mission to the moon.

 Crash-landing on the lunar surface, they find a mining base full of corpses, vicious spider-like creatures poised to attack and a terrible dilemma.

 And when Clara turns to The Doctor for help, she gets the shock of her life.



General Information

Season: Thirty Four (New Series 8)
Production Code: 8-7
Story Number: 248 (New Series: 92)
Episode Number:807 (New Series: 111)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Working Titles:"Return to Sarn"
Production Dates: May - June 2014
Broadcast Date: 04 October 2014
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff)
Location: Timanfaya National Park (Lanzarote); Cardiff Bay Business Centre (Splott); St Illtyd's College (Cardiff) and Aberavon Beach (Port Talbot)
Writer:Peter Harness
Director:Paul Wilmshurst
Producer:Peter Bennett
Executive Producers:Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat
Assistant Directors:Chris Thomas and Gareth Jones
Script Supervisor:Steve Walker
Script Editor:David P Davis
Editors:John Richards, Carmen Sanchez-Roberts (Assistant) and Katrina Aust (Assistant)
Production Executive:Julie Scott
Production Assistants:Katie Player and Matthew Jones
Post Production Supervisor:Nerys Davies
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Ashley Rowe
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Tracie Simpson
Costume Designer:Howard Burden
Make-Up Designer:Claire Pritchard-Jones
Cameramen:Cai Thompson (Assistant), Gethin Williams (Assistant), Katy Kardasz (Assistant), Mark McQuoid (Operator) and Martin Stephens (Operator)
Visual Effects:BBC Wales VFX and Milk
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinators:Crispin Layfield and Gordon Seed
Stunt Performer:Annabel Canaven
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Harry Barnes
Sound Recordist:Deian Llyr Humphreys
Music Orchestrated By:Ben Foster
Music Conducted By:Ben Foster
Music Performed By:The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Music Recorded By:Gerry O'Riordan
Music Mixed By:Jake Jackson
Title Sequence:Billy Hanshaw
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
With Thanks To: Sur-Film Production & Services S.L.
With Thanks To: Timafaya National Park
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Peter Capaldi (The Twelfth Doctor)
Number of Companions: 1The Companion: Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara Oswald) Number of Acquaintances: 1The Acquaintance: Samuel Anderson (Danny Pink) Guest Cast: Ellis George (Courtney Woods) Additional Cast: Hermione Norris (Lundvik), Tony Osoba (Duke), Phil Nice (Henry), Christopher Dane (McKean)Setting: The Moon (2049) and Coal Hill School (2014) Villain:Spider Germs

The Episodes

No. Episodes Broadcast
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Duration Viewers
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In Archive
807Kill the Moon04 October 201444'58"6.9Yes

Total Duration 45 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 6.9
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2015)61.00%  (Position = 11 out of 12)


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Notes


This story is the seventh story of Season Thirty Four (New Series 8) and touches on what would happen to planet Earth if it was suddenly without the Moon with Steven Moffat stating that 'The Doctor is returning to the scene of an old adventure - but there have been sinister changes since his last visit'.

It has The Doctor taking Clara Oswald and Coal Hill School student Courtney Woods on a trip to the Moon following her discovery of the TARDIS and The Doctor's true identity in the previous story. It also revisited the Earth's environmentally disastrous mid-21st century as well as the concept of time in flux, with The Doctor choosing to take a step back and leaving the future in the hands of his human company, a choice that would lead to a divide between The Doctor and Clara.

This story guest stars Hermione Norris, Ellis George, Tony Osoba and Phil Nice.

Hermione Norris, who plays Lundvik, is best known for her work in popular dramas including Cold Feet, the BAFTA award-winning drama Spooks and the BBC's acclaimed First World War drama The Crimson Field. 'It's a testament to the quality of Peter Harness' intense and emotional script, that we've been able to attract an actress of the brilliance of Hermione Norris', Steven Moffat revealed when her casting was announced. While the actress herself added 'It's exciting to be part of such an iconic show, and one that my kids can watch! '.

Tony Osoba, who plays Duke, first appeared in Doctor Who as Lan in the 1979 Fourth Doctor story "Destiny of the Daleks". He also played the part of Kracauer in the 1987 Seventh Doctor story "Dragonfire". He is though best known for his role as Jim 'Jock' McClaren in the classic sitcom Porridge.

Phil Nice, who plays Henry, played the part of Ben in Hebburn and Keith in Citizen Khan, while Christopher Dane, who plays McKean, played Arathorn in the 2009 fantasy movie Born of Hope.

This story is written by Peter Harness, produced by Peter Bennett and directed by Paul Wilmshurst.

Peter Harness has previously written episodes of City of Vice, the television movie Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me, and three episodes of Wallander. He has also adapted Susanna Clarke's best-selling novel Jonathan Strange & Mr Norell as a seven-part television series for the BBC, which was directed by Doctor Who director Toby Haynes.

Director Paul Wilmshurst's extensive credits include Silent Witness, Law and Order: Da Vinci's Demons and several episodes of the action drama Strikeback.

The concept behind this story came to writer Peter Harness in 2011, so initially it was written as an Eleven Doctor story. Peter Harness however expressed a belief that the script better suited Peter Capaldi with The Doctor-Clara dynamic playing out better.

It had an early working title "Return to Sarn", however, this was intended to be misleading and to cause fans to theorise that this story would feature the return of The Master who was last seen in the 2009/2010 Tenth Doctor story "The End of Time".

While briefing Peter Harness on how to write the script, Executive Producer Steven Moffat told him to make it frightening. Steven Moffat called the script 'Intense and emotional'. Peter Harness has said that the story will see a large change for the show. 'I still donít know how people will take it. Iím in this kind of limbo now waiting for people to see it, and Iíve no idea, really I do not know how it is going to go down'.

The read through for this story took place on the 1st May 2014. Filming began on the 5th May 2014 and finished on the 5th June 2014.

Location filming for this story took place in Lanzarote, near the VolcŠn del Cuervo (Raven's Volcano) in the Timanfaya National Park. Filming took place on 12th and 13th May 2014 while the park was closed to visitors. Filming also took place at the Cardiff Bay Business Centre in Splott and St Illtyd's College in Cardiff on the 20th May 2014 and at Aberavon Beach in Port Talbot on the 21st May 2014.

The last story to be filmed in Lanzarote was the 1984 Fifth Doctor story "Planet of Fire" which in that story doubled for the planet Sarn.

We first saw The Doctor visit the Moon in the 1967 Second Doctor story "The Moonbase" which was set in 2070, 21 years after the events depicted in this story. He was back on the Moon in the 1969 Second Doctor story "The Seeds of Death", the 1973 Third Doctor story "Frontier in Space" and in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "Smith and Jones". The Doctor also mentioned having taken Ďa quick hop to the Mooní before collecting Amy Pond in the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "The Eleventh Hour".

After The Doctor explains the Moon/egg dilemma, Clara insists that they can all just leave as the Moon was not destroyed because she has been to the future and saw that it still existed. This recalls an exchange between the Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith in the 1975 story "Pyramids of Mars". When Sarah Jane Smith insists on leaving, since they know Earth wasn't destroyed by Sutekh in 1911, The Doctor takes the TARDIS to 1980 - Sarah's time - and shows her 'alternative time' and the devastation Sutekh would cause if they did not stop him. This makes Sarah realise that they have to go back and defeat Sutekh.

The Doctor is seen using a yo-yo to test the Moon's gravity inside the shuttle. The Doctor previously used a yo-yo to test the gravity on the Nerva space station in the 1975 Fourth Doctor story "The Ark in Space". The Fourth Doctor also played with one, apparently just for fun in several further stories including "The Brain of Morbius". The Seventh Doctor was also seen carrying a yo-yo when he regenerated and when the Third Doctor moaned that the Time Lords had control of his TARDIS he referred to himself as Ďsome kind of a galactic yo-yo!í.

Vortex manipulators are mentioned in this story. These resemble leather bracelets or watches and enable the wearer to travel in time. Captain Jack Harkness used one which River Song apparently got her hands on, but the Tenth Doctor was dismissive of the devices.

The orange spacesuits worn by the Twelfth Doctor, Clara and Courtney are nearly identical to the Sanctuary Base Six spacesuits that were seen in "The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit" - one of which was shown to be taken by the Tenth Doctor and worn on several later occasions (see "42" and "The Waters of Mars") and by the Eleventh Doctor in "Hide". This time, however, the insignia of Sanctuary Base Six is removed, unlike Orson Pink's spacesuit in "Listen", which was inexplicably identical to the Sanctuary Base Six spacesuits.

One of the atom bombs has a Cyrillic inscription: 'ДОЖДЬ'. There was a Twitter rumour in July 2010, that a new Russian bomb would be called by this name. But this turned out to be a joke; 'ДОЖДЬ' (pronounced 'dozhd') means 'rain' and many Russians just had tweeted about rain in Moscow after a long period of drought.

Clara is heard to mention the previous time the TARDIS made an emergency dematerialisation that occurred in the 2013 Eleventh Doctor story "Cold War".

Referring to his new cycle of regenerations granted, in "The Time of The Doctor", The Doctor mentions that he does not know if he will keep regenerating forever.

Like the Second Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor is heard to say 'When I say 'run', run'.

The Doctor is heard to quote to Courtney some rules of travelling with him in the TARDIS 'no vomiting, no hankie-pankie' - the first refers to the previous story where Courtney threw up in the TARDIS, which he was not too pleased about. The second one is likely due to Amy Pond and Rory Williams accidentally conceiving River Song aboard the TARDIS, which lead to The Silence trying to use her to kill him. 'No hankie-pankie in the TARDIS' is also a saying used by Doctor Who fans in reference to The Doctor's platonic relationship with his travelling companions.

The Doctor is concerned the Courtney has posted pictures of him on Tumblr (see also "Asylum of the Daleks"). Tumblr. is a micro-blogging site allowing users to post multimedia updates which can be re-blogged by other users.

The Doctor is heard telling Courtney to use a DVD in order to bring the TARDIS to him. He also says that she should hold on to the console so she won't be left behind (see the 2007 Tenth story "Blink").

The publication date of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield is seen written on the whiteboard as 1850. Clara previously argued with The Doctor over the date of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice' in "The Caretaker"). In the real world David Copperfield was published in serial form, which concluded in 1850.

While on the Moon The Doctor finds amniotic fluid - which life comes from (see the 1979 Fourth Doctor story "City of Death").

The Doctor is heard to say that he would not kill Hitler as an example of not interfering with the course of history - 'I've never killed Hitler'. This refers to events in the 2011 Eleventh Doctor story "Let's Kill Hitler".

In "The Fires of Pompeii" the Tenth Doctor explains to Donna Noble that as a Time Lord, he can see fixed and mutable points in time - 'I can see what is, what was, what could be, what must not'. The Twelfth Doctor in this story is heard to say that he can see the same thing, but that there are some 'grey areas' - referring to some points in time where he cannot see the outcome.

The Doctor chooses to take a step back in the face of an potentially apocalyptic event leaving humanity to choose the future. The Ninth Doctor initially took a similar approach upon witnessing what appeared to be humanity's first contact with alien life in the 2005 story "Aliens of London/World War Three").

Before he leaves Clara on the lunar base The Doctor is heard to state ĎThe Earth isnít my homeí. He used these exact words in the 1975 Fourth Doctor story "Pyramids of Mars" when he told Sarah Jane Smith ĎThe Earth isnít my home, Sarah. Iím a Time LordÖ I walk in eternityí.

This is not the first time The Doctor faces a terrible choice about millions of innocent humans or an innocent alien life-form (see the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "The Beast Below"). This time he decides not to be involved. As happened previously his companion solves the dilemma.

Lundvik likens the chunks of falling rock from the Moon to 'whatever killed the dinosaurs'. As Doctor Who fans know in the 1982 Fifth Doctor story "Earthshock" it was revealed that what killed the dinosaurs was in fact a space freighter from the 26th century, which had warped back in time by 65 million years before crashing into the Earth.

The Doctor spied a prototype version of the Bennett Oscillator, using it to deduce that the year was 2049. He has previously indicated that a modified version of the Bennett Oscillator was from the late 29th to early 30th century (see "The Ark in Space").

This story reveals that every story set on the Moon after the year 2049 actually takes place on the replacement Moon 'laid' after the creature hatches.

In telling Clara about what will happen to Courtney as a result of this story The Doctor mentions that 'she meet this bloke called Blinovitch'. The Blinovitch Limitation Effect was introduced in the 1972 Third Doctor story "Day of the Daleks" and refers to at least one principle of time travel. It was later alluded to in later stories including the 1974 Third Doctor story "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" and the 1983 Fifth Doctor story "Mawdryn Undead".

This story marks the fourth story of Season Thirty Four (New Series 8) not to feature Missy - after "Robot of Sherwood", "Listen" and "Time Heist".

Since this story has no antagonist this makes Season Thirty Four (New Series 8) the first season to have more than one story not to feature a antagonist.

This story looks at mankindís efforts and ambitions to travel into space. Coincidentally this story was first broadcast on the 4th October 2014, the 57th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik - the first man-made object to orbit the Earth, fired into space by the USSR on that date in 1957.

This story's original broadcast was followed by a teaser for the second series of fellow BBC Saturday night drama, Atlantis, confirming that it would premiere on the 15th November 2014, the week following the finale of this season of Doctor Who.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first Doctor Who story to be written by Peter Harness.

 The first Doctor Who story to be directed by Paul Wilmshurst.

 The first story to be filmed in Lanzarote since the 1984 Fifth Doctor story "Planet of Fire".


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The Plot

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Courtney Woods
Courtney Woods

After recent events that occurred at Coal Hill School, in which The Doctor took on the role of the school's caretaker (see "The Caretaker"), Clara Oswald warns The Doctor that her student, Courtney Wood, has become self-destructive as a result of The Doctor telling her she isn't special. Courtney is also trying to clean up the mess that she made during her first trip in the TARDIS. As The Doctor and Clara enter the TARDIS, The Doctor stops Courtney from cleaning and offers to take her and Clara on a trip to the Moon so that Courtney can become the first woman on the Moon.

But instead of landing on the Moon, in 2049, the TARDIS materialises inside a Space Shuttle filled with nuclear devices on a crash course with the Moon. They survive the crash and while The Doctor is curious as to higher-than-expected gravity they are experiencing, the three are met by Captain Lundvik and two other astronauts (Duke and Henry). The Doctor deduces that the Moon's increased gravity is being caused by added mass.

Lundvik explains that they are on a suicide mission to blow up the Moon; she explains that years prior, there was a sudden mass high tide, wiping out a fraction of humanity and taking out many of humanity's satellites. A Mexican colony on the Moon had reported changes in the Moon that led scientists to believe the problem existed there, and by destroying the Moon, they will be able to save humanity from further harm.

Courtney and Clara
Courtney and Clara

The group then sets off for the Mexican colony, which they find oddly covered in spider webs. Lundvik sends Henry to set up the bombs as they explore inside the colony. There they find the Mexician colonists entombed in more spider webs. The Doctor finds readings they had taken, showing seismic activity on the surface, and photos showing the deformed landmasses as the Moon begins to disintegrate. He also deduces that there has been an increase of the Moon's mass by over 1 billion tons, explaining the sudden tidal shift on Earth.

Meanwhile Henry is attacked by a large spider while investigating an opening on the surface. At the same time another of the spider creatures enters the colony base and begins menacing The Doctor, Clara, Courtney and Lundvik, and kills Duke. Courtney though becomes separated from the others but is able to kill the creature with a bottle of cleaning fluid she had brought with her from the TARDIS. On examining the dead creature The Doctor realises that these creatures are like germs. Clara then questions The Doctor about the fate of the Moon telling him that she knows the Moon is not destroyed, having seen it above Earth in the future. But The Doctor says this is a fixed moment in time and so he does not know what happens to the Moon which could be destroyed so affecting Humanity's future.

The Doctor
The Doctor

After returning Courtney back to the safety of the TARDIS, The Doctor leads the group back outside to investigate one of the cracks on the surface caused by the corrosion. There they find Henry's corpse and also thousands more of the spider-like creatures inside the crack. The Doctor is attacked by another spider but it is repelled by the deterring effects of sunlight. Nearby in a large hole in the Moon's surface The Doctor discovers amniotic fluid. To the others' surprise, The Doctor tells them that he will be back before diving into the hole.

More tremors occur and Clara and Lundvik witness the Space Shuttle, with the TARDIS still inside, fall into a large crack that appears on the surface. Unable to do anything they return to the colony to wait, with Lundvik preparing to set the timer on the nuclear detonators despite Clara's assurance The Doctor will be back. The Doctor then appears soon after and he explains that the Moon is really an egg and the creature inside is ready to hatch after growing for millions of years. While the spider-like creatures are the equivalent of microbes on the surface of the egg. Lundvik immediately asserts that they should still destroy the Moon and kill the creature to prevent any possible harm to humanity the creature may cause, but Clara refuses to accept this solution even though Lundvik reasons that the Moon's disintegration is causing the catastrophic weather effects on Earth, and needs to be destroyed to save the world.

Courtney, who is still inside the TARDIS, wants to return to the colony so as to be a part of the debate. The Doctor therefore instructs her over her phone how to bring the TARDIS to him. Not being from Earth or the Moon, The Doctor chooses not to interfere, insisting that only Humans can decide the future of their planet and so leaves Clara, Courtney and Lundvik stranded on the Moon, forcing them to decide what to do in the short time left before the egg hatches.

Moon Arrival
Moon Arrival

The three of them attempt to come to a decision but none of them can make the choice about saving humanity at the cost of sacrificing the life of the creature in the egg. As the Spider Germs begin to swarm over the surface of the Moon, Lundvik is able to make contact with Earth and Clara uses a simultaneous television broadcast to plead to humanity to help them make their choice, by either turning off their lights to destroy the Moon or keeping them on to let the creature live. Lundvik then initiates the countdown on the nuclear devices as they wait for Earth's response which they will be able to see on the Moon. However, despite all the lights on Earth going out Clara intervenes and stops the countdown at the last second just as The Doctor returns, knowing they have decided to allow the creature to live, and rescues them from the Moon as it starts to crumble.

Back on Earth, the four of them watch as the Moon disintegrates and the creature that was inside fly away. At Clara's insistence, The Doctor reveals that because of the brief re-interest in what happened with the Moon, humanity would be rekindled to travel to the stars, helping them to spread across the universe, and then assures Lundvik that she will now have a real space program to lead. They then witness a new Moon - a freshly-laid egg by the creature - appear in Earth's orbit.

After they return Lundvik and Courtney to their proper time and place, Clara demands to know what The Doctor knew in order to leave them with such an important decision, threatening him that she will smack him so hard, he'll regenerate. When The Doctor explains why he abandoned her, Clara strikes out and stands up to him. She expresses her anger for him leaving them behind on the Moon, and becomes tearful, then even more angry when The Doctor gives patronising responses to her feelings. Realising how hurt Clara is The Doctor tries to make it up to her, but Clara is too furious to listen. She tells him that she never wants to see him again, travel through time and space with him again and ends their friendship, leaving The Doctor all alone in the TARDIS.

Back at Coal Hill School, she is comforted by Danny Pink. She explains to him that she is done with The Doctor but Danny tells Clara her relationship with The Doctor is not over, because he can still make her angry and that she is really not ready to move on. When asked how he became so wise, we learn that he left the army under circumstances that he refers to as a really bad day. Clara returns to her flat and looks out onto the Moon, which has not hatched yet, shining in the night sky.

 
Lundvik and Her Crew
Lundvik and Her Crew
Moon Walk
Moon Walk
A Germ Spider Attacks
A Germ Spider Attacks
Refusal to Help
Refusal to Help
 
The Doctor Returns
The Doctor Returns
Back on Earth
Back on Earth
New Moon
New Moon
Clara is Distraught
Clara is Distraught




Quote of the Story


 'Oh, don't you ever tell me to mind my language! Don't you ever tell me to take the stabilisers off my bike! And don't you dare lump me in with the rest of all the little humans that you think are so tiny and silly and predictable! You walk our Earth, Doctor, you breath our air, you make us your friend. That is your moon, too, Doctor, and you can damn well help us when we need it!'

Clara



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The Complete Eighth Series Box SetNovember 2014BBCDVD 3935Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 11 stories
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The Complete Eighth Series Box SetNovember 2014BBCBD 0272Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 11 stories
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The Complete Eighth Series Box Set (BBC Shop Exclusive)November 2014BBCDVD 4003Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 11 stories
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The Complete Eighth Series Box Set (BBC Shop Exclusive)November 2014BBCBD 0289Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 11 stories
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Original Television Soundtrack - Series 8May 2015Photo-montageMusic by Murray Gold
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The Complete Eighth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)April 2021BBCBD 0525Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 11 stories


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