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All The Doctor Who Episodes 2005-2015 by ESPIOARTWORK-102 All The Doctor Who Episodes 2005-2015 by ESPIOARTWORK-102
Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC. As of 25 December 2016, 827 episodes of Doctor Who have aired, concluding the ninth series. This includes one television movie, multiple specials, and encompasses 264 stories over 35 seasons. Additionally, four charity specials and two animated serials have also been aired. The show's high episode count resulted in Doctor Who holding the world record for the highest number of episodes for a science-fiction programme. Doctor Who ceased airing in 1989 and began again in 2005. Each story in the original series (1963–1989) is a multi-episode serial, with two exceptions: the 1965 cutaway episode "Mission to the Unknown" and the 20th anniversary story The Five Doctors. The characters in the column after the serial titles indicate the code used by the production team to designate the serial, where applicable, and are followed either by the titles of the individual episodes where given or by the number of episodes otherwise. During the early seasons of the programme, and occasionally through its run, most serials were linked together; usually one story would lead directly into the next. Starting with the 2005 revival, the production team abandoned the traditional serial format for a largely self-contained episodic format with occasional multi-part stories and loose story arcs. Due to the BBC's 1970s junking policy, 97 episodes from the 1960s are missing, with the result that 26 serials are incomplete, although all of these still exist as audio recordings, and some have been reconstructed. In the first two seasons and most of the third, each episode of a serial had an individual title; no serial had an overall on-screen title until The Savages. The serial titles given below are the most common title for the serials as a whole, used in sources such as the Doctor Who Reference Guide and the BBC's classic episode guide, and are generally those used for commercial release. The practice of individually titled episodes resurfaced with the show's 2005 revival, when Doctor Who's serial nature was abandoned in favour of an episodic format. The story numbers are not official designations but are merely to serve as a guide to where the story stands in the overall context of the programme. There is some dispute about, for example, whether to count Season 23's The Trial of a Time Lord as one or four serials, and whether the uncompleted Shada should be included. The numbering scheme used here reflects the current internal practice of describing "Planet of the Dead" (2009) as the 200th story, used in the official magazine's 407th issue. Other sources, such as the Region 1 DVDs of classic Doctor Who serials, use different numbering schemes which diverge after the 108th story, The Horns of Nimon (1979/80).

SERIES 1 (2005) - CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON
In 2005, the BBC relaunched Doctor Who after a 16-year absence from episodic television, with Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Mal Young as executive producers, Phil Collinson as producer, and Christopher Eccleston taking the lead role of the Ninth Doctor. The revival adheres to the original continuity. The new series is formatted to a 16:9 widescreen display ratio, and a standard episode length of 45 minutes. For the first time since the 1965/66 season each episode has an individual title, although most stories do not span more than one episode. The show also returned to its traditional Saturday evening slot. The 2005 series constitutes a loose story arc, dealing with the consequences of the Time War and the mysterious Bad Wolf.

EPISODES
1 "Rose" (26 March 2005)
2 "The End of the World" (2 April 2005)
3 "The Unquiet Dead" (9 April 2005)
4 "Aliens of London" (16 April 2005)
5 "World War Three" (23 April 2005)
6 "Dalek" (30 April 2005)
7 "The Long Game" (7 May 2005)
8 "Father's Day" (14 May 2005)
9 "The Empty Child" (21 May 2005)
10 "The Doctor Dances" (28 May 2005)
11 "Boom Town" (4 June 2005)
12 "Bad Wolf" (11 June 2005)
13 "The Parting of the Ways" (18 June 2005)

SERIES 2 (2006) - DAVID TENNANT
The Tenth Doctor was portrayed by David Tennant, who was cast before the first series aired. Mal Young vacated his position as executive producer when he departed the BBC after Series 1. He was not replaced in that capacity. The back-story for the spin-off series Torchwood is "seeded" in various episodes in the 2006 series. Each episode also has an accompanying online Tardisode.

EPISODES
14 "The Christmas Invasion" (25 December 2005)
15 "New Earth" (15 April 2006)
16 "Tooth and Claw" (22 April 2006)
17 "School Reunion" (29 April 2006)
18 "The Girl in the Fireplace" (6 May 2006)
18 "Rise of the Cybermen" (13 May 2006)
20 "The Age of Steel" (20 May 2006)
21 "The Idiot's Lantern" (27 May 2006)
22 "The Impossible Planet" (3 June 2006)
23 "The Satan Pit" (10 June 2006)
24 "Love & Monsters" (17 June 2006)
25 "Fear Her" (24 June 2006)
26 "Army of Ghosts" (1 July 2006)
27 "Doomsday" (8 July 2006)

SERIES 3 (2007) - DAVID TENNANT
This series introduces Martha Jones and deals with the Face of Boe's final message, the mysterious Mr. Saxon, and the Doctor dealing with the loss of Rose Tyler. Susie Liggat was the producer for "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood", with Phil Collinson credited as executive producer for those episodes.

EPISODES
28 "The Runaway Bride" (25 December 2006)
29 "Smith and Jones" (31 March 2007)
30 "The Shakespeare Code" (7 April 2007)
31 "Gridlock" (14 April 2007)
32 "Daleks in Manhattan" (21 April 2007)
33 "Evolution of the Daleks" (28 April 2007)
34 "The Lazarus Experiment" (5 May 2007)
35 "42" (19 May 2007)
36 "Human Nature" (26 May 2007)
37 "The Family of Blood" (2 June 2007)
38 "Utopia" (16 June 2007)
39 "The Sound of Drums" (23 June 2007)
40 "Last of the Time Lords" (30 June 2007)

SERIES 4 (2008) - DAVID TENNANT
This series explores the coincidences binding the Doctor and Donna together. Susie Liggat was the producer for "Planet of the Ood", "The Sontaran Stratagem", "The Poison Sky", "The Unicorn and the Wasp" and "Turn Left", with Phil Collinson credited as executive producer for those episodes. Phil Collinson left the position of producer at the end of the series.

EPISODES
41 "Voyage of the Damned" (25 December 2007)
42 "Partners in Crime" (5 April 2008)
43 "The Fires of Pompeii" (12 April 2008)
44 "Planet of the Ood" (19 April 2008)
45 "The Sontaran Stratagem" (26 April 2008)
46 "The Poison Sky" (3 May 2008)
47 "The Doctor's Daughter" (10 May 2008)
48 "The Unicorn and the Wasp" (17 May 2008)
49 "Silence in the Library" (31 May 2008)
50 "Forest of the Dead" (7 June 2008)
51 "Midnight" (14 June 2008)
52 "Turn Left" (21 June 2008)
53 "The Stolen Earth" (28 June 2008)
54 "Journey's End" (5 July 2008)

SPECIALS (LATE-2008, 2009, EARLY-2010)
From "Planet of the Dead", episodes were filmed in HD. Susie Liggat produced "The Next Doctor", while Nikki Wilson produced "The Waters of Mars" and Tracie Simpson produced "Planet of the Dead" and The End of Time. For practical reasons, these specials continued to use Series 4 production codes. These mark David Tennant's final appearances as The Doctor and the Tenth Doctor's final appearances in the series.

EPISODES
55 "The Next Doctor" (25 December 2008)
56 "Planet of the Dead" (11 April 2009)
57 "The Waters of Mars" (15 November 2009)
58 "The End of Time"  (25 December 2009 / 1 January 2010)

SERIES 5 (2010) - MATT SMITH
The Eleventh Doctor was portrayed by Matt Smith. Steven Moffat took over as head writer and executive producer after Russell T Davies stepped down. Julie Gardner also stepped down as executive producer and was replaced by Piers Wenger and Beth Willis.

EPISODES
59 "The Eleventh Hour" (3 April 2010)
60 "The Beast Below" (10 April 2010)
61 "Victory of the Daleks" (17 April 2010)
62 "The Time of Angels" (24 April 2010)
63 "Flesh and Stone" (1 May 2010)
64 "The Vampires of Venice" (8 May 2010)
65 "Amy's Choice" (15 May 2010)
66 "The Hungry Earth" (22 May 2010)
67 "Cold Blood" (29 May 2010)
68 "Vincent and the Doctor" (5 June 2010)
69 "The Lodger" (12 June 2010)
70 "The Pandorica Opens" (19 June 2010)
71 "The Big Bang" (26 June 2010)

SERIES 6 (2011) - MATT SMITH
The original transmission of series 6 was split into two parts, with the first seven episodes airing April to June 2011 and the final six from late August to October 2011. Sanne Wohlenberg continued as producer for the first block of filming, consisting of "The Doctor's Wife" and "Night Terrors". Marcus Wilson then took over as series producer, with Denise Paul producing "Closing Time".

EPISODES - PART ONE
72 "A Christmas Carol" (25 December 2010)
73 "The Impossible Astronaut" (23 April 2011)
74 "Day of the Moon" (30 April 2011)
75 "The Curse of the Black Spot" (7 May 2011)
76 "The Doctor's Wife" (14 May 2011)
77 "The Rebel Flesh" (21 May 2011)
78 "The Almost People" (28 May 2011)
79 "A Good Man Goes to War" (4 June 2011)

EPISODES - PART TWO
80 "Let's Kill Hitler" (27 August 2011)
81 "Night Terrors" (3 September 2011)
82 "The Girl Who Waited" (10 September 2011)
83 "The God Complex" (17 September 2011)
84 "Closing Time" (24 September 2011)
85 "The Wedding of River Song" (1 October 2011)

SERIES 7 (2012-2013) - MATT SMITH
Series 7 started with five episodes in late 2012, followed by a Christmas special and eight episodes in 2013. From this series on, the use of production codes were abandoned. The Christmas special had Steven Moffat, Wenger and Caroline Skinner as executive producers. Beth Willis left the BBC and stepped down as executive producer after series 6 and Wenger also departed following the Christmas special, leaving Moffat and Skinner as executive producers for series 7. Denise Paul produced four episodes with Marcus Wilson credited as series producer on them.

EPISODES - PART I
86 "The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe" (25 December 2011)
87 "Asylum of the Daleks" (1 September 2012)
88 "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" (8 September 2012)
89 "A Town Called Mercy" (15 September 2012)
90 "The Power of Three" (22 September 2012)
91 "The Angels Take Manhattan" (29 September 2012)

EPISODES - PART II
92 "The Snowmen" (25 December 2012)
93 "The Bells of Saint John" (30 March 2013)
94 "The Rings of Akhaten" (6 April 2013)
95 "Cold War" (13 April 2013)
96 "Hide" (20 April 2013)
97 "Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS" (27 April 2013)
98 "The Crimson Horror" (4 May 2013)
99 "Nightmare in Silver" (11 May 2013)
100 "The Name of the Doctor" (18 May 2013)

SPECIALS (2013)
Following Caroline Skinner's departure, BBC Wales' Head of Drama, Faith Penhale, served as Executive Producer with Moffat for the 50th anniversary special; Brian Minchin, previously a script editor in series 5, took over the role thereafter. Marcus Wilson left the position of producer following the Christmas special.

EPISODES
101 "The Day of the Doctor" (23 November 2013)
102 "The Time of the Doctor" (25 December 2013)

SERIES 8 (2014) - PETER CAPALDI
After the 2013 specials and series episodes (2010-2013), Matt Smith ended his run as the Doctor (The Eleventh Doctor transforms into the Twelftth Doctor). The Twelfth Doctor is portrayed by Peter Capaldi. Nikki Wilson and Peter Bennett returned as producers, with Paul Frift producing "In the Forest of the Night".

EPISODES
103 "Deep Breath" (23 August 2014)
104 "Into the Dalek" (30 August 2014)
105 "Robot of Sherwood" (6 September 2014)
106 "Listen" (13 September 2014)
107 "Time Heist" (20 September 2014)
108 "The Caretaker" (27 September 2014)
109 "Kill the Moon" (4 October 2014)
110 "Mummy on the Orient Express" (11 October 2014)
111 "Flatline" (18 October 2014)
112 "In the Forest of the Night" (25 October 2014)
113 "Dark Water" (1 November 2014)
114 "Death in Heaven" (8 November 2014)
115 "Last Christmas" (25 December 2014)

SERIES 9 (2015) - PETER CAPALDI
Derek Ritchie was added to the roster of producers alongside Nikki Wilson, Peter Bennett and Paul Frift, fulfilling the role on four episodes.

EPISODES
116 "The Magician's Apprentice" (19 September 2015)
117 "The Witch's Familiar" (26 September 2015)
118 "Under the Lake" (3 October 2015)
119 "Before the Flood" (10 October 2015)
120 "The Girl Who Died" (17 October 2015)
121 "The Woman Who Lived" (24 October 2015)
122 & 123 "The Zygon Invasion" and "The Zygon Inversion" (31 October 2015 / 7 November 2015)
124 "Sleep No More" (14 November 2015)
125 "Face the Raven" (21 November 2015)
126 & 127 "Heaven Sent" and "Hell Bent" (28 November 2015 / 5 December 2015)
128 "The Husbands of River Song" (25 December 2015)

COMPANIONS
Billie Piper (Rose Tyler)
John Barrowman (Jack Harkness)
Bruno Langley (Adam Mitchell)
Noel Clarke (Mickey Smith)
Catherine Tate (Donna Noble)
Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones)
Kylie Minogue (Astrid Peth)
Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith) - The Stolen Earth / Journey's End
David Morrissey (Jackson Lake)
Velile Tshabalala (Rosita Farisi)
Michelle Ryan (Lady Christina de Souza)
Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott)
Karen Gillan (Amy Pond)
Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams)
Alex Kingston (River Song)
James Corden (Craig Owens)
Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara Oswin Oswald)

The Doctor will return with Series 10 in 2017 on BBC.
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