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Synopsis


Bill Reaches Out To Heather
Bill Reaches Out To Heather
 Two worlds collide when The Doctor meets Bill, and a chance encounter with a girl with a star in her eye leads to a terrifying chase across time and space.

 Bill's mind is opened to a universe that is bigger and more exciting than she could possibly have imagined.

 But who is The Doctor, and what is his secret mission on Earth?

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General Information

Season: Thirty Six (New Series 10)
Production Code: 10-1
Story Number: 264 (New Series: 108)
Episode Number:828 (New Series: 132)
Number of Episodes: 1
Percentage of Episodes Held:100%
Working Titles:A Star In Her Eye
Production Dates: June - July 2016
Broadcast Date: 15 April 2017
Colour Status: HD Colour
Studio: BBC Wales (Roath Lock Studios, Cardiff)
Location: The Main Building, Sir Martin Evans Building and Tower Building of Cardiff University, Reardon Smith Theatre (within the National Museum of Wales), The Cardiff Metropolitan University (Llandaff Campus)'s Atrium Cafe, Clwb Ifor Bach, and World of Boats (Cardiff) and CEMEX's Taffs Well Quarry (Just Outside of Cardiff)
Writer:Steven Moffat
Director:Lawrence Gough
Producer:Peter Bennett
Executive Producers:Brian Minchin and Steven Moffat
Assistant Directors:Lauren Pate and Rhun Llewelyn
Script Executive:Lindsey Alford
Script Supervisor:Nicki Coles
Script Editors:Nick Lambon and Emma Genders (Assistant)
Editors:Will Oswald, Becky Trotman (Assistant) and David Davies (Assistant)
Head of Production:Gordon Ronald
Production Executive:Tracie Simpson
Production Manager:Medyr Llewelyn
Production Assistants:Jamie Shaw and Virginia Bonet
Post Production Supervisor:Samantha Price
Production Designer:Michael Pickwoad
Director of Photography:Ashley Rowe
Casting Director:Andy Pryor CDG
Line Producer:Steffan Morris
Costume Designer:Hayley Nebauer
Make-Up Designer:Barbara Southcott
Cameramen:Dan Patounas (Assistant), Drew Marsden (Assistant), Gethin Williams (Assistant) and Mark McQuoid (Operator)
Incidental Music:Murray Gold
Special Sounds (SFX Editor):Harry Barnes
Sound Recordist:Deian Llyr Humphreys
Visual Effects:BBC Wales VFX and MILK
Special Effects:Real SFX
Prosthetics:Millennium FX
Special Creature Effects:Millennium FX
Stunt Co-ordinator:Andy Merchant
Stunt Performer:Troy Kenchington
Title Sequence:Billy Hanshaw
Title Music:Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Arranged by Murray Gold
Daleks Originally Created By: Terry Nation
Music Conducted and Orchestrated By: Alastair King
Music Mixed By: Jake Jackson
Music Recorded By: Gerry O'Riordan
Number of Doctors: 1
The Doctor: Peter Capaldi (The Twelfth Doctor)
Number of Companions: 2The Companions: Matt Lucas (Nardole) and Pearl Mackie (Bill Potts) (Joins) Additional Cast: Jennifer Hennessy (Moira), Stephanie Hyam (Heather), Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks)Setting: St Luke's University, Bristol (2010's); Australia (2010's); Dalek Spaceship; Unnamed Alien Planet Villain:Living Water

The Episodes

No. Episodes Broadcast
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Duration Viewers
(Millions)
In Archive
828The Pilot15 April 201749'41"6.8Yes

Total Duration 50 Minutes


Audience Appreciation

Average Viewers (Millions) 6.8
Doctor Who Magazine Poll (2017)74.70%  (Position = 5 out of 12)


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Notes


This is the first story of Season Thirty Six (New Series 10). It was written by Steven Moffat, produced by Peter Bennett and directed by Lawrence Gough.

This is the first story to feature Pearl Mackie as the new companion Bill Potts, after the departure of Jenna Coleman at the end of the previous season. This story also sees the return of the Daleks, their last major appearance being in the previous season’s premiere "The Magician's Apprentice/The Witch's Familiar".

This is the first full Doctor Who story directed by Lawrence Gough - a newcomer to the show whose previous television work includes episodes of Misfits, Atlantis and Endeavour. Lawrence Gough revealed that he wanted to be a director from the age of nine! His debut feature film was the 2009 movie, Salvage, starring Neve McIntosh, an actor familiar to Doctor Who fans as the sword-wielding Silurian, Madam Vastra.

Discussing the idea behind this story Steven Moffat has commented ‘Everything you need to know about Doctor Who is explained in that first episode - the cloaking device, the chameleon circuit, the bigger on the inside - all of that is there and you even get to see the Daleks. The idea was just to introduce Doctor Who properly - the story starts here. You need to know nothing before this point’.

According to Head Writer and Executive Producer Steven Moffat, in a video introduction ‘Series ten sort of begins the show again, introduces everything you need to know about Doctor Who, and tips you into the universe’. Indeed, through Bill's eyes viewers are introduced again to the character of The Doctor, his TARDIS, his enemies the Daleks, and his versatile tool, the sonic screwdriver.

Being the first story to feature Pearl Mackie, as new companion Bill Potts, Steven Moffat has commented ‘I think every time we get a new companion - even more so than a new Doctor - you are sort of saying, 'This is the beginning. This is where it starts. You can join in here'’.

This is Pearl Mackie’s first major television role following her West End appearance in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.

Also returning to Doctor Who is Matt Lucas, who plays the part of Nardole. Matt Lucas has revealed ‘I’m chuffed to bits that Nardole is returning to the TARDIS for some more adventures’. I loved acting with Peter and I’m excited to work with Pearl’.

This story also marks the second appearance of Jennifer Hennessy in Doctor Who. She previously appeared playing the part of Valerie in the 2007 Tenth Doctor story "Gridlock".

Stephanie Hyam, who plays the part of Heather, has appeared in Peaky Blinders, Jekyll & Hyde and Sherlock.

It has been revealed that many, if not all, of the extras who attend The Doctor's lecture were employees from Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff.

The read-through for this story and the next story, "Smile", took place on the 14th June 2016. Filming for both stories took place in the first production block which began in Cardiff on the 20th June 2016 and concluded on the 28th July 2016.

In a video for the official Doctor Who YouTube account released on the 23rd June 2016, Pearl Mackie is heard to comment ‘Feeling very excited, very warm in all my legs... we've had a good couple of days so far, and I'm really looking forward to the rest of today and getting on with it’.

It was reported that as she began her first day at work Pearl Mackie was delighted to receive a bouquet of flowers from her predecessor, Jenna Coleman (who played the part of Clara Oswald) and that in response Pearl Mackie sent a tweet to Jenna: ‘Thank you, Jenna, what a beautifully thoughtful gift. From one companion to another’.

Scenes were recorded at Cardiff University and Cathays Park in Cardiff. The Main Building, the Sir Martin Evans Building, and Tower Building of Cardiff University largely fill in for St Luke's University, while the Reardon Smith Theatre (within the National Museum of Wales) is where The Doctor gives his lectures and The Cardiff Metropolitan University (Llandaff Campus)'s Atrium Cafe is where Bill is seen serving chips. The bar scene was shot at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff, while the bathroom, that Bill runs into when the TARDIS lands in Australia, was filmed at the World of Boats in Cardiff. While the exotic planet the TARDIS travels to was filmed in CEMEX's Taffs Well quarry, situated just outside of Cardiff.

This story was original titled "A Star in Her Eye", before it was announced a month before its broadcast that the title had been changed to "The Pilot", to reflect the ‘rebooting’ of the show with the new season.

This story introduces St Luke’s University, where The Doctor has been lecturing for over fifty years, and begins a plot thread surrounding what he and Nardole are hiding in a vault beneath the campus.

The name St. Luke’s University is apt as Saint Luke is the patron saint of artists, painters, notaries, surgeons… and doctors!

On his desk, The Doctor has framed photographs of two people who were very dear to him. His lost wife River Song ("The Wedding of River Song", "The Husbands of River Song", "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead") and his granddaughter Susan Foreman ("An Unearthly Child" - "The Dalek Invasion of Earth").

The Doctor also keeps a collection of his sonic screwdrivers from both eras of the show. Also on The Doctor’s desk is a model of a raven, a reference to the death of Clara Oswald in the 2015 story "Face the Raven".

The ringtone for Bill's mobile phone is the same as the one heard on Martha Jones' phone, which was later kept in the TARDIS by the Tenth Doctor.

When Nardole shows Bill into The Doctor's office, his arm makes a mechanical sound and a bolt falls from it, implying that his body (or at least part of it) is robotic.

It is revealed that Bill is a fan of science fiction, and recognises many of its tropes in her experiences with The Doctor, including mind wipes. She becomes Bill's tutor on physics and astrophysics, among other subjects.

The Doctor attempts a memory wipe on Bill. The Doctor previously revealed that he has done this several times. Various companions have endured a ‘mind wipe’ to remove their knowledge of their time with The Doctor, but the way in which The Doctor faces Bill to eradicate her relevant recollections brings to mind the process Donna Noble underwent in the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "The Stolen Earth/Journey's End". In that story The Doctor pressed ahead with the mind-wipe despite his friend’s tearful pleas… However, in this story Bill is able to keep, and build on, her memories when she poses the question of how The Doctor would feel if it happened to him. (see the 2015 story "Heaven Sent/Hell Bent").

In the scene when The Doctor attempts a memory wipe on Bill we hear a brief excerpt of Clara’s Theme, giving a subtly reminder of how her time with The Doctor ended.

The humanoid figures we see flying through the air, battling the Daleks, are Movellans. Their only previous appearance was in the 1979 Fourth Doctor story "Destiny of the Daleks" when The Doctor discovered they were a race of robots locked in a long war with his oldest enemies. In the1984 Fifth Doctor story "Resurrection of the Daleks" it was revealed they won the war after unleashing a virus so deadly it almost completely wiped out the Daleks.

The Doctor has previously met sentient liquid beings - the Kar-Charratans on Kar-Charrat (see the 2000 Seventh Doctor Big Finish Productions audio story "The Genocide Machine").

The Doctor also battled against sentient water in the 2009 Tenth Doctor story "The Waters of Mars". A similar effect is used here in this story to depict that the water is controlling them: the liquid is dripping from their hands, their mouths and their clothes.

A creature which mimicked living people to steal their form previously appeared in the 2008 Tenth Doctor story "Midnight".

Another spaceship part seeking a compatible pilot - specifically one who wants to leave - previously appeared in the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "The Lodger".

A piece of music called The Sad Man with A Box is heard playing in the scene where Bill is introduced to the TARDIS. A happier, more fairy-tale rendition of this same tune, The Mad Man with a Box, played during the scene in the 2010 Eleventh Doctor story "The Eleventh Hour" when Amy walked into the TARDIS and saw the interior for the first time.

Bill is heard making the classic response to the TARDIS interior - ‘It's bigger on the inside than on the outside!’ - but it takes her longer to say it. Nardole then explains it to her as imagining being able to put a large box inside a small box; the Fourth Doctor demonstrated this in a similar way to Leela in the 1977 story "The Robots of Death".

On entering the TARDIS for the first time Bill, when she discovers the it is bigger on the inside, at first thinks it's a knock-through behind The Doctor’s office and then that it is a lift.

Bill compares the console room design to a kitchen. She also asks where the toilet is.

The Doctor tells Bill that the name TARDIS, for his time machine, stands for ‘Time and Relative Dimension in Space’ (Other stories have it as ‘Dimensions’). In the 1963 First Doctor story "An Unearthly Child", The Doctor's granddaughter, Susan, mentioned that she made up the name TARDIS from the initials Time and Relative Dimensions in Space. Bill points out that this acronym would only ever work in English.

Unaware that the TARDIS is a time machine Bill is heard to comment that both the doors and windows of The Doctor's office are too small to have brought the police box in without taking it apart.

The Doctor is heard once again mentioning the TARDIS' broken chameleon circuit, (see "An Unearthly Child", "Logopolis" and "Boom Town"), This time he calls it a ‘cloaking device’.

The Doctor is seen once again clicking his fingers to open the TARDIS doors (see "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead", "The Eleventh Hour" and "Heaven Sent/Hell Bent").

While being chased by the sentient water through time, the TARDIS visits Sydney in Australia, a planet on the other end of the universe, and a war zone in the Dalek-Movellan War.

The plot element, of having The Doctor travel to various obscure locations in the universe as he continuously encounters the same entity, has been used in the show various times before. The First Doctor, Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton were once pursued by the Daleks in the 1965 story "The Chase"; The Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones were chased by the Family of Blood in the 2007 story "Human Nature/The Family of Blood"; The Twelfth Doctor said in the 2015 story "Face the Raven" that a Quantum Shade could chase a person throughout all time and space.

The Doctor has encountered scorch marks left in on the ground by a shuttlecraft once before in the 1988 Seventh Doctor story "Remembrance of the Daleks".

New viewers are brought into the show with all important information given, and meet The Doctor as a mysterious figure, much like they did through Rose Tyler in the first story of the revised era of the show, the 2005 Ninth Doctor story "Rose", or through Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton in the original 1963 introduction, "An Unearthly Child". Much like in "Rose", this story follows Bill around in every scene.

The setting of this story bears some resemblance to the unfinished Fourth Doctor story "Shada". Both stories feature Time Lords (in "Shada", Chronotis; in this story, The Doctor) who settle in colleges as eccentric professors for an extended period of time. Both feature opening shots of a student (in "Shada", Chris Parsons; in this story, Bill Potts) entering their studies and noticing the TARDIS, parked in the corner.

A bust of William Shakespeare is kept on the windowsill, a reference to the 2007 story "The Shakespeare Code", which has a stained glass portrait of Robin of Loxley (see "Robot of Sherwood"). The Doctor also has a bust of Ludwig van Beethoven in his office. This bust was previously seen in the 2015 Story "Under the Lake/Before the Flood". Similar to that story The Doctor is also heard playing Beethoven's Fifth Symphony on his electric guitar.

The 'Out of Order' notice seen hanging on the TARDIS's external door in The Doctor's study is similar to the sign hung by The Doctor on the TARDIS exterior in the 1966 First Doctor story "The War Machines".

The Doctor uses the chalkboard with the same white roundel frame in his university classroom that Miss Quill uses in her classroom at Coal Hill Academy in the spin-off series, Class, story For Tonight We Might Die.

Near the vault can be seen a sign belonging to the Mary Celeste (see "The Chase").

The Doctor is seen to speak to the photographs of River Song and Susan - telling them to ‘shut up’ after he refuses to take Bill as a companion. He previously told River Song, in the 2013 Eleventh Doctor story "The Name of The Doctor", ‘You are always here to me and I always listen. And I can always see you’. Immediately after this scene The Doctor offers Bill the opportunity to become his travelling companion.

Uniquely, a whole chunk of Bill’s first encounter with The Doctor, as depicted in this story, was broadcast on the 23rd April, 2016, almost a year before this story was broadcast. Entitled Friend From the Future this three-minute scene served to announce Pearl Mackie, as new companion Bill Potts, and showed her and The Doctor discussing, and then trying to avoid a number of angry Daleks.

Glimpses of this story were also shown at the end of the 2016 Christmas Special "The Return of Doctor Mysterio".

A 'Next' trailer, followed by a 'Coming Soon' trailer, are both shown before the end credits.



First and Last

The Firsts:

 The first story of Season Thirty Six (New Series 10).

 Pearl Mackie's first story as companion Bill Potts.

 The first Doctor Who story to be directed by Lawrence Gough.


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The Plot

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Bill Meets The Doctor
Bill Meets The Doctor

The Doctor and Nardole are living under the guises of a university professor and his assistant at St Luke's University in Bristol. Bill Potts, who works in the university's canteen, is called to The Doctor's office, where The Doctor asks her why she keeps attending his lectures since she isn't actually a student. Bill confesses that she loves his lectures and always wanted to attend the university. The Doctor offers to be Bill's personal tutor.

As the months pass Bill goes through her daily routine of serving chips in the canteen, attending The Doctor's lectures and tutoring sessions, before returning home where she lives with her foster mother. Bill however, becomes intrigued by a student at the university, a blonde woman called Heather, who catches her eye when they both visit a bar.

Then one morning, seeing The Doctor and Nardole acting suspiciously, Bill follows them when they descend into a hidden vault under the university. After nearly being detected Bill returns to the grounds of the university and discovers Heather sitting on a bench looking distraught. Asking her if she is okay Bill notices a starlike pattern in Heather's eye, but Heather simply brushes this off as a defect that she is having fixed.

Bill Potts
Bill Potts

Heather then asks Bill to take a look at something strange. Heather leads Bill to a mysterious puddle near the university, telling her to look at her reflection in it. Bill notices that there is something wrong with the reflection but is unable to deduce exactly what. Bill turns around and realises that Heather has already left. As Bill also departs a voice is heard coming from the puddle claiming that a ‘pilot is located’.

Sometime later Bill sees Heather again at the puddle, but Heather mysteriously disappears before Bill can join her. Bill decides to consult The Doctor, who runs out of his office to investigate the puddle and the scorch marks surrounding it. The Doctor notes that the puddle is mimicking them, rather than producing a mirror image. As they leave, and unnoticed, the puddle starts to follow them. On returning home Bill hears someone in the bathroom, even though her foster mother is out that night. After seeing Heather's starry eye staring out of the bathroom drain Bill runs to the university.

Heather
Heather

Outside the university, Bill is confronted by the puddle, which has taken on the form of a soaked Heather. In a panic Bill bursts into The Doctor's office, where the puddle gushes into the room, materialising into Heather, forcing The Doctor and Bill into the TARDIS. There Bill realise that the police box in the corner of The Doctor's office is his spaceship, and it is bigger on the inside.

The Doctor takes Bill (and Nardole, who is already in the TARDIS) down to the vault, so that they can check on what they have been guarding, thinking that whatever is after Bill may be interested in what is locked in the vault. Just then the water-Heather appears, causing the trio to return once more to the safety of the TARDIS.

To test the puddle's abilities the TARDIS lands near Sydney Harbour, Australia, where they think they will be safe. However, The water-Heather soon arrives again, chasing them back in to the TARDIS. The Doctor decides to test the puddle's abilities even further and takes them to a planet on the other side of the universe and 23 million years in the future.

The Strange Puddle
The Strange Puddle

On exiting the TARDIS The Doctor hypothesizes that the puddle is a type of sentient oil or perhaps a shape-shifting ‘liquid spaceship’ requiring a host ‘pilot’. Bill then remembers Heather's desires to leave, explaining why the alien chose Heather. No sooner do they realise this, then the alien materialises in a puddle in the rocks and nearly takes Bill with it.

The Doctor's realises that he has no choice but to destroy the puddle and so decides to have it chase them through a battle between the Daleks and the Movellans. The Doctor and Bill lure a Dalek while Nardole distracts and quarantines the other Daleks. The water-Heather again materialises but proves indestructible to Dalek weaponry. It then assumes a Dalek's likeness, after taking a shot meant for The Doctor and Bill, before returning to the form of Heather. Bill then remembers that she promised Heather that she would not leave her behind before the puddle absorbed her. Bill sadly absolves Heather of this promise, but the alien tries to entice her anyway. Bill realises she must resist and the alien deforms back into liquid and then melts away.

Back in his university office, The Doctor tells Bill that she must forget about seeing Heather or travelling in the TARDIS and tries to wipe her memories, explaining that he must remain in disguise, unknown to everyone due to a promise he made. Bill retorts, asking how he would feel if someone tried to wipe his memories. The Doctor tells Bill to leave immediately without another question before he changes his mind.

However, outside Bill finds The Doctor next to his TARDIS on the university lawn. He tells her that he has changed his mind after what she said to him and invites her to travel with him in the TARDIS, which she readily accepts.

 
Heather Arising From the Floor
Heather Arising From the Floor
Bill Enters The TARDIS
Bill Enters The TARDIS
Nardole
Nardole
Alien Water
Alien Water
 
Dalek Encounter
Dalek Encounter
Heather Reaching Out
Heather Reaching Out
Connection Is Made
Connection Is Made
Bill Accepts The Doctor's Invite
Bill Accepts The Doctor's Invite




Quote of the Story


 'Time. Time doesn't pass. The passage of time is an illusion, and life is the magician. Because life only lets you see one day at a time. You remember being alive yesterday, you hope you're gonna be alive tomorrow, so it feels like you're travelling one to the other, but nobody is moving anywhere. Movies don't really move. They're just pictures, lots and lots of pictures. All of them still. None of them moving. Just frozen moments. But if you experience those pictures one after the other, then everything comes alive..... Imagine if time happened all at once. Every moment of your life laid out around you... like a city. Streets full of buildings made of days. The day you were born. The day you die. The day you fall in love. The day that love ends. A whole city built from triumph and heartbreak and boredom and laughter and cutting your toenails. It's the best place you will ever be. Time is a structure relative to ourselves. Time is the space made by our lives. Where we stand together forever. Time and relative dimension in space. It means 'Life'.'

The Doctor



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Doctor Who Series 10 Part 1 Box SetJune 2017BBCDVD 4202Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 6 stories
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Doctor Who Series 10 Part 1 Box SetJune 2017BBCBD 0394Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 6 stories
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The Complete Tenth Series Box SetNovember 2017BBCDVD 4224Photo-montageDVD boxed set containing 12 stories
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The Complete Tenth Series Box SetNovember 2017BBCBD 0406Photo-montageBlu-Ray boxed set containing 12 stories
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The Complete Tenth Series Box Set (Limited Edition Steelbook)November 2017BBCBD 0421Photo-montageLimited Edition Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 12 stories
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The Complete Tenth Series Box Set (Limited Edition UK Exclusive Steelbook)November 2017BBCBD 0421Photo-montageLimited Edition (UK Exclusive) Blu-Ray Steelbook boxed set containing 12 stories


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Doctor Who Magazine - ReviewIssue 512 (Released: June 2017)

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