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July the month for Who
18/06/2007 08:20 GMT

Posted by Martin

The schedule for Doctor Who and Torchwood shows July 2007 to be the most Who packed month since daily repeats ended in 1994.

June 18     TW "Everything Changes"
June 25     TW "Day One"
June 28     DW "The Runaway Bride"
June 30     DW "Smith and Jones"

July 2         TW "Ghost Machine"
July 7         DW "The Shakespeare Code"
July 9         TW "Cyberwoman"
July 14     DW "Gridlock"
July 16     TW "Small Worlds"
July 21     DW "Daleks in Manhattan"
July 23     TW "Countrycide"
July 28     DW "Evolution of the Daleks"
July 30     TW "Greeks Bearing Gifts"

August 4     DW "The Lazarus Experiment"
August 6     TW "They Keep Killing Suzie"
August 11     DW "42"
August 13     TW "Random Shoes"
August 18     DW "Human Nature"
August 20     TW "Out of Time"
August 25     DW "The Family of Blood"
August 27     TW "Combat"

September 1     DW "Blink"
September 3     TW "Captain Jack Harkness"
September 8     DW "Utopia"
September 10     TW "End of Days"
September 15     DW "The Sound of Drums"
September 22     DW "Last of the Time Lords"

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Comments
if you count the Queens birthday marathon I think that June is the month.
jestear

jestear  

date: 18/06/2007 13:19 GMT
I don't. Wasn't on my tv!
Martin

Martin  

date: 18/06/2007 13:38 GMT
Where's Sec's in the city for Doctor Who? Cos this thing in this SFX magazine said because Dalek Sec survived from going into the void (hell) Dalek Sec reappears in Season 3 and you didn't put Sec's in the city in that list. So where is it?
dave1234114

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date: 25/06/2007 05:41 GMT
SFX were having a lend, as opposed to the SMH who are just plain unreliable. The Dalek two parter scheduled in a month should clear things up.
Martin

Martin  

date: 26/06/2007 15:56 GMT
what about the repeats from 2003-2006??? there were weeks with new and classic who! 6 eps a week then 10 eps in late 2005!
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date: 13/07/2007 08:58 GMT
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