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Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii

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2/13; series four. In AD 79, stone beasts run riot in Pompeii and the Doctor faces a moral crisis.
Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC3.
Writer James Moran
Repeated at tomorrow 8pm on BBC3
See also Pompeii: the Last Day at 9.10pm on BBC4
BBC Magazine: Doctor Who Adventures out weekly, price £2.10
Roman holiday: page 10 [web address removed]

Contributors

Writer: James Moran
Producer: Phil Collinson
Director: Colin Teague
The Doctor: David Tennant
Donna Noble: Catherine Tate
Stallholder: Phil Cornwell
Soothsayer: Karen Gillan
Spurrina: Sasha Behar
Thalina: Lorraine Burrouqhs
Caecillius: Peter Capaldi
Metella: Tracey Childs
Evelina: Francesca Fowler
Quintus: François Pandolfo
High priestess: Victoria Wicks
Majordomo: Gerard Bell
Lucius: Phil Davis

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Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii

BBC One London, 12 April 2008 18.45

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