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Doctor Who

Doctor Who

The Time Lord turns 50 in 2013

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Easter 2013, BBC1
As the Time Lord (or at least, the show he’s in) turns 50, anything could happen. We could see a parade of Doctors past and present. Matt Smith could be bumped off. Jenna Louise Coleman might survive an episode. But before the grand event of the anniversary itself later in the year, there’s the small matter of the rest of series seven to address. As ever, most of it is under wraps, but it will feature Cybermen, Diana Rigg and a really good poke around inside the Tardis.

If you love fantasy and sci-fi, watch out for...

‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ - (BBC2, Nov 2013)<br>Mark Gatiss’s labour of love about the Time Lord’s creation

‘Game of Thrones’ - (Sky Atlantic, starts Apr 1 2013)<br>Swords, sex and beards in season three

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‘In the Flesh’ - (BBC3, Spring)<br>Introducing the undead into civilised Norfolk in a zomcom

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Run

What?
A four-part drama placing a quartet of apparently unconnected lives on a collision course on the margins of London.

Who?
Lennie James, Jaime Winstone and Olivia Colman

When?
2013, C4

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Family Tree

What?
It’s another semi-improvised mockumentary. But, as Ricky Gervais told us, if anyone has earnt the right to recycle the formula, it’s the man who turned it into an art form.

Who?
Christopher Guest, Chris O'Dowd and Nina Conti

When?
Late spring 2013, BBC2

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Vicious

What?
Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi in a studio sitcom for ITV, playing bickering partners, with Frances de la Tour as their best friend.

Who?
Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi

When?
Late spring 2013, ITV1

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