BBC America has changed Sunday's schedule since I made my last post. On their website they are now showing Doctor Who starting at noon with The Runaway Bride followed by other David Tennant specials until 5pm when they show The Snowmen. 6pm on has not changed. But on their home page they finally tell us the 5th Doctor episode that will be shown. It's Earthshock.
Wish they had left the schedule the way it had been. I've seen all the episodes they are showing so many times while I have only seen most of the episodes in season 7.2 once. Oh well, it will be great to see Earthshock again.
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The special about the Fifth Doctor is now on BBC America's schedule at 8pm et on May 26th. It will be followed by a fifth Doctor episode but they haven't announced which one yet. The 26th is definitely a Doctor Who day on BBC America starting at 10am with a marathon of season 7.2 episodes, followed by just the special part of the specials on the first 4 Doctors.
In case you didn't know, there is a connection between the fifth Doctor (Peter Davidson) and the tenth Doctor (David Tennant). Georgia Moffett, who played Jenny in "The Doctor's Daughter", is the daughter of Peter Davidson and is married to David Tennant.
I remember the change from the 4th Doctor to the 5th and being horrified when the new Doctor unraveled the scarf to find his way around the TARDIS. The only consolation was that it wasn't the original scarf of which I had knit 3 copies.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to finding out what episode will be shown and watching it again and seeing the special.
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