Waters of Mars
What better way to whet or rather 'wet' your appetite for Waters of Mars coming to BBC One on Sunday, November 15th by joining us for our seasonal meet up on Second Life the day before, Saturday the 14th of November.
You thought things were frightening on Friday the 13th, wait until Saturday the 14th when we all come together once again for a Gallifreyan Embassy / Doctor Who: Podshock virtual meet up! The following day you may be busy watching and re-watching the long awaited next Doctor Who special, Waters of Mars starring David Tennant, but you got nothing going on the day before, right? Now you do!
The latest promo for Doctor Who: Waters of Mars from today, the 4th of November 2009. The first of the last three specials with David Tennant as the 10th Doctor will be transmitted on Sunday, the 15th of this month on BBC One in the UK at 7pm. It will come to BBC America on the 19th of December at 9pm ET/PT.
Thanks to moses4611 on YouTube and @RadioFreeSkaro on Twitter
As previously reported, BBC America has announced its broadcast date for Waters of Mars to be Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 9pm ET/PT, more than a month after the BBC airing. (It is being transmitted on the BBC (UK) on Sunday, 15th of November 2009 at 7pm).
The remaining two specials starring David Tennant will air on BBC America over the holiday season as a two-part special. The air-dates will be announced in early December.
On the heels of the transmission date for Waters of Mars on the BBC in the UK going public, BBC America has now announced the date they will broadcast it in the US. Doctor Who: Waters of Mars will air on BBC America on Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 9pm ET/PT.
Visit the BBC America site for further information on Waters of Mars on BBC America.
Now that David Tennant has "spilled the beans" on the transmission date for Waters of Mars, we have scheduled our traditional live over-the-net Doctor Who: Podshock episode reviewing it for the following week, the 22nd of November 2009 at 5pm (EST) on Talkshoe.
Join us for this live over-the-net recording of Doctor Who: Podshock reviewing Waters of Mars either by calling into the show or joining the online chat room taking place during the show. Join us by signing up with Talkshoe (it is free), and join us live.
David Tennant has confirmed the transmission date for Doctor Who: Waters of Mars on GMTV today to be on Sunday, the 15th of November 2009 at 7pm (in the UK). Thanks to @capricorn_one for the information.
This breaks from the usual Saturday tradition for transmissions of new Doctor Who episodes. We were predicting on a Saturday, the 14th of November showing of the special as indicated in the upcoming Doctor Who: Podshock episode 167.
This means it will not 'conflict' with our next Gallifreyan Embassy / Doctor Who: Podshock Second Life Meet Up taking place on the 14th of November.
As just reported, the BBC has made a new trailer for Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars available for the UK only. For everyone else, there's YouTube (watch it while you can):
If for some reason it is removed from YouTube, here is the BBC America version of the promo trailer as well:
The BBC Doctor Who website has made a new tailer of Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars presented at San Diego Comic Con available on their website. Unfortunately, it is available for the UK only.
- Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars - New Trailer (as seen at SDCC - UK only)
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Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 156
Running Time: 1:10:05
We break away from our usual format for a casual, loose conversational discussion on Doctor Who news covering everything from the Waters of Mars, San Diego Comic Con, Dragon*Con, David Tennant, Matt Smith, and more.
Amidst the unraveling of the Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood: Children of Earth, the BBC has released more information on the upcoming Doctor Who special, The Waters of Mars.
The BBC Press Office has released information on their Autumn 2009 line up on BBC One, including Doctor Who - The Waters of Mars: