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Tuesday: TARDIS travellers: A look at some of the people that have been in the TARDIS since the 2005 series.

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Thursday: Monster of the week: Monsters and Villains from the Doctor Who since the 2005 series.

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Saturday, 5 June 2010

Vincent and The Doctor: clips, synopsis, and clues

Tonight on BBC1, at 6:40, The Doctor and Amy learn more about the art of terror in this new adventure where they meet Vincent Van Gogh!
The TARDIS travels back in time but terror lurks in the cornfields of Provence and only a sad and lonely painter can see it... The Doctor and Amy join forces with Van Gogh but can the three of them defeat a powerful and deadly alien?

12 teasers from SFX:
1 In some ways it’s the most unusual Doctor Who ever episode ever – never has the show been less plot-lead and more character-led
2 It’s very, very emotional at times
3 Anyone expecting an out-and-out comedy from Richard Curtis will be surprised. This is about Van Gogh – it doesn’t shy away from depression and suicide. If anything, the episode is quite melancholy
4 The opening scene is a blinder
5 An ongoing gag about the TARDIS’s abilities won’t make any sense to people who don’t know the show inside-out
6 Objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are
7 There’s a glorious visual reference to the painting “Starry Night”
8 The Doctor makes a slip of the tongue
9 There’s some mutual sartorial appreciation going on
10 There’s a major story element that some will decry as a massive plot hole and others will embrace on a metaphorical level
11 The TARDIS is redecorated
12 Two former Doctors make an unexpected appearance (for one of them it’s their third appearance this year)

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