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Empress of Mars

Ice Warriors, Victorians – and a nice pot of tea! Writer Mark Gatiss loves them all… but does his latest episode mix these elements successfully?


BBC ONE BROADCAST Saturday 10 June 2017

Wcontinuity slide. The top horizontal quarter has a black background. Over that runs the ‘=BBC1=’ logo. Directly beneath, in thin white text: ‘DOCTOR WHO.’ The lower three-quarters is filled with an obtusely unrepresentative episodic image from Empress of Mars. There’s a faint clunk, the bleed in of studio atmos, and a slightly airy voice comes through: “Bank Holiday entertainment continues on BBC1 shortly, and there’s an old enemy in store for…” Slight pause, and then with a downward intonation: “Doctor Who!”

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Contents include: • exclusive interviews with JOHN SIMM (the Master) and MICHELLE GOMEZ (Missy) • an exclusive preview of the series finale, THE DOCTOR FALLS • showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT reveals what's going on behind the scenes in PRODUCTION NOTES • the adventure continues for the Doctor and Bill in part 3 of the latest comic strip story, THE SOUL GARDEN by Scott Gray, with art by Martin Geraghty • reviews of THE LIE OF THE LAND, EMPRESS OF MARS and THE EATERS OF LIGHT • The Fact of Fiction looks at 1981's THE KEEPER OF TRAKEN • the latest books and audios are reviewed • previews of forthcoming releases •prize-winning competitions, official news, the WOTCHA! column and much, much more!