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Favorite Christopher Eccleston Doctor Who Episodes

Christopher Eccleston played the Doctor in its return to TV for one series, 2005


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    Location: London, England Date: 1941 Enemy: The Empty Child After chasing an unexplained capsule through time, the TARDIS lands in London, during an air raid. Rose investigates when a small child wearing a gasmask, standing on a rooftop, continuously calls out for his mummy. After floating above the ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: London, Earth Date: 1986 Enemy: The Reapers Rose requests a trip back to the day her father, Pete Tyler, died. Reluctantly, the Doctor agrees, but he realises he has made a mistake, when Rose saves Pete from being run over by a car. This has now changed the timeline, and Reapers are ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: The Gamestation (Satellite 5) Date: 200,100 Enemy: Emperor Dalek, The Daleks The fate of the Universe is hanging in the balance as the Dalek fleet begin their invasion of Earth. The Doctor must decide whether to sacrifice every human being on Earth in order to save every other living creature ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: London, England Date: 1941 Enemy: The Empty Child, Nanogenes After narrowly escaping the gas mask monsters, The Doctor, Rose, and Captain Jack try to stop the mutated people from infecting other victims. But it soon becomes apparent that one of the group may indirectly responsible for the ... more on Wikipedia
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    "Rose" is the opening episode of the first series of the revived British science fiction television programme Doctor Who. The episode was directed by Keith Boak and written by Russell T Davies who was also one of the three executive producers. It was first broadcast in the UK on BBC One on 26 March ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: The Gamestation (Satellite 5) Date: 200,100 Enemy: The Games, The Daleks In a seemingly futuristic world, the Doctor wakes up in the Big Brother house during an eviction, Rose wakes up on the Weakest Link with the Anne-Droid, and Captain Jack gets a make over with Trin-E and Zu-Zana. But ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: Utah, Earth Date: 2012 Enemy: Dalek The Doctor and Rose find themselves in an underground museum in Utah in the year 2012. The museum houses all kinds of extra-terrestrial artefacts the only living exhibit being one of the Doctor's oldest enemies - a Dalek. But soon after, it escapes from its ... more on Wikipedia
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    "The End of the World" is the second episode of the first series of the British science-fiction television programme Doctor Who. Written by show runner Russell T Davies and directed by Euros Lyn, the episode was first broadcast on 2 April 2005. In the episode, alien time traveller the Doctor takes his ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: Cardiff, Wales Date: 24th December, 1869 Enemy: The Gelth The Doctor plans to take Rose back through time to Naples, 1860, but instead they arrive in Cardiff, 1869. In Victorian Cardiff, the dead are walking and creatures made of gas are on the loose. The time-travellers team up with Charles ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: Cardiff, Wales Date: 2006 Enemy: Margaret Blaine (Blon Fel Fotch Pasameer-Day Slitheen) The Doctor, Rose and Captain Jack stop off in present-day Cardiff to recharge the TARDIS on the Rift they formerly encountered in 1869. Whilst there, they come upon a since-thought-long-dead enemy of ... more on Wikipedia
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    Location: London, Earth Date: March, 2006 Enemy: Slitheen With the Doctor, Rose, and MP Harriet Jones trapped inside Downing Street, the Slitheen make their move: Nuclear Warfare. If the human race is obliterated, the Earth can be sold on the Galactic Black Market for a very reasonable price. It's up ... more on Wikipedia
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    "The Long Game" is the seventh episode of the first series of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who that was first broadcast on 7 May 2005 on BBC One. It was written by executive producer Russell T Davies and directed by Brian Grant. In the episode, alien time traveller the Doctor ... more on Wikipedia
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    "Aliens of London" is the fourth episode of the Series 1 of the British science fiction television show Doctor Who that was first broadcast on 16 April 2005. Written by Russell T Davies and directed by Keith Boak, it is the first in a two-part story, concluding with "World War Three". In the episode, ... more on Wikipedia
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