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The final series of Sarah Jane Adventures, features in the CBBC (Childrens BBC) trailer for the autumn start. So it is obviously was important enough to be included in the trailer, here's the trailer for your perusal.
Doctor Who: Podshock Live Show Reviewing 'Let's Kill Hitler' and 'Night Terrors' Scheduled for Sunday, Sept 4th
Doctor Who: Podshock will be once again be taking to the net this Sunday, 4 September 2011 for a live-over-the-net show reviewing episodes of the new series, Let's Kill Hitler and Night Terrors.
In the latest Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi, we review episode 6 of Torchwood: Miracle Day, "The Middle Men." Due to Hurricane Irene, there was no live show last Sunday, so this Sunday, 4th of September, we will be reviewing two episodes of Torchwood, "Immortal Sins" and "End of the Road" at its new time on Talkshoe at 7pm EDT. This is because at 4pm EDT, Doctor Who: Podshock returns to Talkshoe reviewing "Let's Kill Hitler" and "Night Terrors." We hope you can join us for both live shows!
Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Episode 16
Running Time: 1:36:06
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Episode 6 - "The Middle Men" reviewed live over the net with your live feedback including Abersoch, Mystery Presenter, and Duckworth.
A note about our planned live shows reviewing 'Let's Kill Hitler' for Doctor Who: Podshock and our ongoing review of Torchwood: Miracle Day ('Immortal Sins') for Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi…
Due to the oncoming storm that is Hurricane Irene which is predicted hit here on Sunday. Not knowing if we will have power, let alone internet, it may be best to postpone our two scheduled live review shows for that day. Doctor Who: Podshock and Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi were both originally scheduled for a live-over-the-net review (of Doctor Who and Torchwood: Miracle Day respectively) on Sunday will be postponed to the following Sunday (4 September 2011) when we will double up and review two episodes of each series on each respective show to catch up.
Watch out for the world premiere of the Doctor Who Motion Comic, which will be shown EXCLUSIVELY as a "bridging scene" in between commercials during the premiere of "Let's Kill Hitler," on Saturday, the 27th of August on BBC America. This according to Sources will only be shown on BBCA. You luck people!
The Anglophenia Blog on the BBC America website is always good for a few things, well here's Steven Moffat, with a one word answer to a question.
A special Announcment from the BBC.
A special, one-off mini-episode of Doctor Who starring Eleventh DoctorMatt Smith will be shown on BBC Three this Autumn.
BBC America is coming to Cablevision, the New York area cable service provider, just in time for this weekend's new episode.
BBC America - Channel 101
BBC America HD - Channel 770
We Review Torchwood: Miracle Day - Ep. 5 "Categories of Life" in the Latest Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi
If you are following the new Torchwood series, Miracle Day, we review episode 5, 'Categories of Life' in the latest episode of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and join us each Sunday as we review each new episode after it is transmitted on the BBC. We will be reviewing 'The Middle Men' this Sunday. Let us know what you think of this episode or the new series as a whole so far by joining in on our live recording.
Also this weekend, on Saturday it is our seasonal Doctor Who: Podshock / Gallifreyan Embassy Meet Up. We hope you can join us on Second Life for it.
Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi - Episode 15
Running Time: 1:26:06
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Episode 5 - "Categories of Life" reviewed live over the net with your live feedback including Robert Carrie-King.
Doctor Who returns on Saturday, 27 August 2011 both on the BBC in the UK and BBC America in the USA. Executive Producer and Lead Writer for the series, Steven Moffat had the following to say about the resumption of the 2011 series in the latest from the BBC Press Office. Some may consider some of this to be a little "spoilery" — so be warned if you rather not know any details about the upcoming episodes for 2011.
What do you think of the Doctor's long coat in the promo image?
I'm not sure how long this will remain watchable but enjoy while it does.