The day has finally come. After months of anticipation, Doctor Who returns tonight with the first of eight epic adventures, The Bells of Saint John. Here’s all you need to know about tonight’s opener!
Synopsis (Courtesy of the Radio Times)
The Doctor finds himself in modern-day London in his search for Clara Oswald, the mysterious, souffle-baking woman who keeps dying. But there’s a problem. Something dangerous is lurking in the city’s wi-fi signals, uploading people’s minds and imprisoning them – and among those targeted is none other than the woman he has travelled halfway across the galaxy to find.
The broadcast times for Bells are as follows:
UK – Tonight at 6.15pm on BBC One
US – Tonight at 8/7C on BBC America
Canada – Tonight at 9pm on SPACE
Australia – Tomorrow at 7.30pm on ABC1
Poland & South Africa – Tomorrow at 6pm & 7pm (respectively) on BBC Entertainment
New Zealand – Thursday 11 April at 8.30pm on Prime
Be sure to stay tuned to The Gallifrey Times after the episode at 7pm for a discussion, behind the scenes videos and trailers for The Rings of Akhaten!
We’ll also have a review of the latest Fourth Doctor Big Finish audio, The Justice of Jalxar up at noon GMT.