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‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Flatline’

Danny thinks Clara has finished traveling in time, and the Doctor thinks Danny doesn’t mind Clara staying on. All will be well, providing the Doctor can return her to the exact space and moment she left from, every time.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Mummy on the Orient Express’

In a dining car on a train in space, the lights flicker, and an old lady spots a man dressed as a mummy.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Kill The Moon’

In which the Doctor takes off his caretaker coat and puts on a space-suit for a touch of lunarachnophobia.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘The Caretaker’

Back from their experiences at the bank, it’s time for Clara and the Doctor to get back to a life of domestic bliss. Should be fairly straightforward, right?

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Listen’

After last week’s romp in Sherwood Forest, it’s time to take a trip to the end of the universe and the beginnings of… well, that’s what we’re here to find out.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Robot of Sherwood’

After last week’s shrunken unpleasantness, it is time to take a trip to somewhere less Daleky.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Into The Dalek’

A bird-like spaceship hurtles through an asteroid belt, pursued by Daleks. They shoot, the ship explodes and the pilot finds herself unconscious on the floor of a strange ship, in front of a hawk-faced man holding takeaway coffee.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Deep Breath’

The story so far: the Doctor has a new face and new kidneys, the TARDIS is crashing and poor Clara Oswald is trying to make sense of things. Read on, if the word “spoilers” holds no fear…

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘The Day of the Doctor’

Note: spoilers.

It begins, just as the whole story once did, with a swoosh of saturated camera feedback and a policeman walking past the sign for a scrap merchant yard in Shoreditch. Then we’re in Coal Hill secondary school, where 50 years ago the ...

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘The Name of the Doctor’

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