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The stars are coming out

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coverage of series 4, 2008

  1. The stars are coming out | Be my guest | The definitive episode guide | A Noble calling | Little monsters? | The Godmother (5 April)
  2. Roman Holiday (12 April)
  3. Ood, glorious Ood! (19 April)
  4. The Sontarans are coming! (26 April)
  5. Friend or foe? (3 May)
  6. Child of time (10 May)
  7. Who-dunnit? (17 May)
  8. Spine-chiller (31 May)
  9. Dark man (7 June)
  10. Stay sharp! (14 June)
  11. The Doctor's women (21 June)
  12. Red Alert (28 June)
  13. Never Mind the Daleks Here's Davros! (5 July)
  14. Doctor Doctor (20 December)

coverage of other series
S1 | S2 | S3 | S4 | Specials | S5 | S6 | S7 | S8 | S9 | S10

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Big names, old friends and new monsters ... it's RT's fact-packed, ten-page guide to the new series, including our unbeatable episode guide from the mastermind behind all matters Who, Russell T Davies. Happy landings!

Episode 1

Sarah Lancashire is Miss Foster in Partners in Crime

Episode 2

Phil Davis (left) as Lucius and Peter Capaldi as Caecilius are joined by the Sisterhood in The Fires of Pompeii

Episode 3

Tim Mclnnerny is Mr Halpen and chief Doctor Who monster actor Paul Kasey is the principal Ood in Planet of the Ood (prepare to be chilled)

Episodes 4 and 5

Christopher Ryan is General Staal, leader of the Sontarans (he's changed a bit since playing Mike in The Young Ones!) in the two-parter The Sontaran Stratagem/The Poison Sky, which sees the return of Freema Agyeman as companion Martha Jones

Episode 6

Georgia Moffett is Jenny in ... well let Russell T Davies reveal the episode title on page 20

Episode 7 Felicity Kendal is Lady Clemency Eddison, Felicity Jones is Robina Redmond, Fenella Woolgar is crime fiction queen Agatha Christie (oh and there's a real sting in the tale!) in The Unicorn and the Wasp

Why are they all queuing up to appear in Doctor Who?

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