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Doctor Who: 7/13: 42

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Series three. The Doctor and Martha are trapped on board a spaceship hurtling out of control towards a boiling Sun. A mysterious force starts to possess the ship's crew as the Doctor races against time to uncover who's behind the vessel's sabotage.
Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC3.
Repeated tomorrow at 8pm on BBC3
Freema Agyeman is Jonathan Ross's guest on Friday at 10.35pm
Burn, baby, burn: page 14; Video clips and trivia at [web address removed]

Contributors

Writer: Chris Chibnall
Producer: Phil Collinson
Producer: Graeme Harper
The Doctor: David Tennant
Martha Jones: Freema Agyeman
Kath McDonnell: Michelle Collins
Francine Jones: Adjoa Andoh
Riley Vashtee: William Ash
Orin Scannell: Anthony Flanagan
Hal Korwin: Matthew Chambers
Dev Ashton: Gary Powell
Abi Lerner: Vinette Robinson
Erina Lessak: Rebecca Oldfield
Sinister woman: Elize du Toit

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Doctor Who: 7/13: 42

BBC One London, 19 May 2007 19.15






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