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The Time Lords Are Taking Over BBC America

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Updated 11/8/2013 12:59pm
The Time Lords Are Taking Over BBC America
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Kirsty Wallace

Content Editor

Only 15 days to go and, on the day when we finally discovered the exact transmission time of Doctor Who's anniversary episode "The Day of the Doctor," AND we got our very first glimpse of a scene from the episode; BBC America has just announced their Time Lord packed schedule in the week running up to the worldwide simulcast of "The Day of the Doctor." As well as the iconic episode itself, Whovians can look forward to Professor Brian Cox explaining the real science of the TARDIS, the US premiere of the Mark Gatiss penned docu-drama "An Adventure in Space and Time" as well as marathons dedicated to each of the "new" Time Lords. It promises to be an exciting time for BBC America and I am sure that the American Whovians are just as excited as us British ones at the sheer number of amazing shows we are getting in honour of everyone's favourite Gallifreyan. Check out the full schedule below courtesy of the guys at BBC America.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited Marathon – All day, starting at 9a/8c

Go behind the scenes with the First through the Tenth Doctor.

Doctor Who: Tales from the TARDIS  (U.S. Premiere) – 9/8c 

This all-new special features exclusive interviews with principal cast members from the show’s 50-year history, including actors who have played the Doctor: Matt Smith, David Tennant, Tom Baker, and Peter Davison, actors who have played companions: Jenna Coleman, Karen Gillan, Freema Agyeman, and William Russell, as well as the current lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat. The discussion includes how the actors got cast, how the roles changed their lives, how a “regeneration” is recorded, and how filming the show in the 60′s compares to today.

The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox (U.S. Premiere) – 10/9c

A former rock star and Britain’s popular TV physicist, Professor Brian Cox explores the universe of the world’s favorite Time Lord when he takes the audience on a journey into the wonderful universe of Doctor Who, with the help of celebrity guests. In this exclusively recorded special from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Brian reveals the science behind the spectacle and explains the physics that allows The Doctor to travel through space and time. Fun, but filled with real science, it’s a special night for Who fans and anyone with a thirst for understanding.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19

Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor Marathon – All day, starting at 10a/9c

Get caught up with the adventures of Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20

Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Marathon – All day, starting at 2a/1c

Get caught up with the adventures of Tenth Doctor David Tennant.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Marathon, Part 1 – All day, starting at 9a/8c

Get caught up with the adventures of Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Marathon, Part 2 – All day, starting at 9a/8c

Get caught up with the adventures of  Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.

Doctor Who Explained (U.S. Premiere) – 8/7c

This all-new special explores the mysterious and two-hearted alien who is The Doctor through exclusive interviews with principal cast members from the show’s 50-year history.

An Adventure in Space and Time (U.S. Premiere) – 9/8c

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Marathon, Part 3 – All day, starting at 1a/12c

Get caught up with the adventures of  Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (World Premiere / Global Simulcast ) – 2:50p/1:50c

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (Encore primetime broadcast) – 7/6c

BBC AMERICA will premiere exclusive Inside Look interviews with Matt Smith and David Tennant during the broadcast. The special will be followed by the premiere of new fantasy-adventure series Atlantis at 9/8c.

The Graham Norton Show with guests Matt Smith and David Tennant (U.S. Premiere) – 10/9c

Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and David Tennant make their first appearance together on BBC AMERICA’s hit talk show, joined by Emma Thompson, singer Robbie Williams and comedian Jimmy Carr.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24

Doctor Who: Matt Smith Countdown – All day, starting at 9a/8c

BBC AMERICA counts down the top 11 episodes from the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith, as voted on by fans.

The Doctors Revisited – The Eleventh Doctor (U.S. Premiere) – 8/7c

Matt Smith first stepped into the TARDIS in 2010 and, after starring in the 50th Anniversary Special on November 23, will regenerate in the Christmas special. Special interviews with key cast and crew examine the human side of the Eleventh Doctor and take a look at how his extraordinarily long life has affected him. The special is followed by the Eleventh Doctor two-part story, “The Impossible Astronaut” and “Day of the Moon,” the first Doctor Who episodes to be filmed in the U.S. http://www.Twitter.com/PopWrapped https://pop-wrapped.tumblr.com http://www.SoundCloud.com/PopWrapped http://www.Facebook.com/PopWrapped http://www.Instagram.com/PopWrapped http://www.Pinterest.com/PopWrapped http://www.YouTube.com/PopWrapped https://pop-wrapped.wordpress.com http://www.PopWrapped.com  
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