Alex Kingston gets back into character as River Song and provides a personal journey through her timeline with The Doctor; 'Death Is the Only Answer', a three-minute episode written by shoolchildren; backstage access to the final scenes.
Backstage at a hotel with a difference.
Karen Gillan takes part in a racing challenge while Arthur Darvill swims with sharks.
A look behind the scenes at a 17th-century estate in Gloucestershire.
A look behind the scenes at the new season of 'Doctor Who.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'A Good Man Goes to War.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'The Almost People.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'The Rebel Flesh.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'The Doctor's Wife.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'The Curse of the Black Spot.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'Day of the Moon.'
Footage, clips and interviews about 'The Impossible Astronaut.'
Taking an in-depth look at the series finale with interviews with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan.
The crew set out in the middle of a cold winter's night to film on the ancient site of Stonehenge, and take the ride of their lives to discover the true origin of the Pandorica.
Karen Gillan visits the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Writer Richard Curtis and actor Tony Curran discuss 'Vincent and the Doctor.'
Following Matt Smith and Karen Gillan as they journey from Belfast to London.
Discover how the production team really makes the earth move.
The TARDIS trio are thrown into two competing worlds that are not what they seem. The Dream Lord has created a dilemma to be solved and Arthur Darvill is on hand to explain how the three companions set about finding out which world is really real.
The episode is shot in Trogir, a small medieval town in Croatia that is the spitting image of 16th century Venice.
Actress Karen Gillan tells how the 'Crack in Time' series story arc fits in. Also featuring interviews with Matt Smith and Alex Kingston.
Alex Kingston talks about the highs and lows of being suspended on wires, and there's a look back at the Doctor and River Song's relationship so far.
Writer Mark Gatiss meets the curator of the Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill museum to see what the conditions were like during the British war effort.
An in-depth look at new companion Amy Pond and her adventures with the Doctor onboard the sinister Starship UK.
Behind-the-scenes look at the making of Doctor Who, capturing all the backstage treats from Matt Smith's first action-packed episode.
Donna watches the world unravel; backstage with the TARDIS; Shan Shen Alley; Rose Tyler returns.
Shan Shen Alley; Rose Tyler returns.
The travelling Timelord swaps his TARDIS for alternative transport, the secrets behind things that go bump in the night are revealed, and there's a look at how the sound team put together the complicated soundscape of the programme.
The Timelord swaps his TARDIS for alternative transport.
Alex Kingston talks about her role as time-travelling archaeologist.
Alex Kingston talks about her role as time-traveling archaeologist River Song, the sinister world of the library is explored and there's a feature on the mysterious Dr. Moon and Donna's adventures away from the Doctor.
The team arrives on the set of the Library Planet; writer Steven Moffat.
A backstage look at the making of 'Shadow Play.'
The Doctor and Donna travel back to the 1920s and encounter Agatha Christie; working with a big ensemble cast.
The Doctor and Donna travel back to the 1920s and enjoy an unexpected encounter with Agatha Christie; the party reveals an unwanted guest.
The Doctor's daughter Jenny is born; the clash of two Doctors is successful.
The Doctor's daughter, Jenny, returns; a look back through the Doctor's generation timeline to find out why two Doctors can sometimes be better than one.
The Sontarans are back and, with their invasion plans threatening the Earth, the Doctor is forced to face his enemy one more time.
Martha greets the Doctor and faces Donna Noble.
As confusion abounds, the Time Lord, Donna and Martha join forces in a battle to save the human race; featuring interviews with David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Freema Agyeman and Russell T Davies.
The Ood returns; a quarry becomes a winter wonderland.
Exploring how to turn a South Wales quarry into an icy extraterrestrial wilderness.
The making of the Doctor's volcanic voyage.
A behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the Doctor's voyage in Rome.
Donna Noble searches for the Doctor and comes face-to-face with Miss Foster.
A behind the scenes look at Catherine Tate's return to the show as companion Donna Noble.
Two enemies square up for a battle of valiant proportions.
The Doctor and his companions come face to face with the infamous Mr. Saxon; John Simm discusses how he prepared for his role.
After being left alone by the Doctor and Rose in Season One, Captain Jack Harkness returns; an interview with the actor who plays him, John Barrowman.
David Tennant films a personal account of the making of 'Doctor Who,' embarking on a nostalgic voyage to find out the secret behind the program's success.
The making of the episode 'Family of Blood.'
With aliens in hot pursuit, the Doctor takes on human form as he and Martha find themselves in 1913 England; interviews with writer Paul Cornell, David Tennant and Freema Agyeman.
A tour of spaceship sets and locations; some of the best spaceship designs of the past five decades; guest star, Michelle Collins, discusses her role as the ship's captain and how she felt performing stunts on her first day on set.
Some of the prosthetic and CGI monsters created since the series returned in 2005; interview with guest star, Mark Gatiss.
The Doctor and Rose once again fight for their lives and the future of Earth.
The Doctor and Rose face Torchwood HQ and the return of Captain Jack.
Backstage glimpses of screen tests and tone meetings for the 'Torchwood' series.
How 'Doctor Who' has frightened viewers for the past 40 years.
How 'Doctor Who' has frightened viewers over the years.
The 'Doctor Who' experience has broadened through downloadable TARDISodes on cell phones and interactive television games.
A look at the technology used in the series of 'Doctor Who'.
An episode asks what the Doctor believes in, ultimately making him wonder if he has any faith at all.
What the Doctor, a man who has been mistaken for God, surrounded by religion and witnessed the occult, actually believes in.
Costume and set designers; space scenes were created through underwater shots.
A behind-the-scenes look at the different ages and eras of 'Doctor Who.'
Writer Russell T. Davies; Mark Gatiss.
Writer Russell T. Davies unveils the secrets behind creating a 21st Century 'Doctor Who'; actor Mark Gatiss.
Mickey Smith's travels with the Doctor and his relationship with Rose.
Backstage footage and interviews with actor Noel Clarke.
The mean, metal monsters return.
Backstage footage of the mean, metal monsters.
Creating a finished episode of 'Doctor Who,' from writing the script to producing the episode.
The creative stages of making 'Doctor Who.'
The return of two Doctor Who favorites -- Sarah Jane Smith and K9. Featuring interviews with David Tennant, Anthony Head, and Elisabeth Sladen.
State of the art CGI creates one of the show's hairiest and scariest monsters ever; David Tennant's fight with the Sycorax leader.
CGI creates one of the Doctor's scariest monsters; fight with the Sycorax leader.
David Tennant is welcomed as Doctor number 10.
Behind-the-scenes look at 'Doctor Who.'
Rose's bravery saves the world and forces the Doctor to reveal his true feelings for her.
How design decisions were made in the episode featuring Rose and Captain Jack participating in future television shows.
Death plays a strong part in Doctor Who.
A look at the strange science of Doctor Who, from nano-genes to the technical gizmos and gadgets.
Special effects show Rose dangling from a rope; Captain Jack rivals the Doctor for Rose's affection.
Special effects, including Rose's suspension from a barrage balloon, a state of the art spaceship and CGI effects that put gas masks in a new light.
Rose learns the consequences of meddling with time; using green-screen technology.
This edition looks at the trouble that time travel and messing with the past can cause, as Rose finds out to her cost.
Executive producer Russell Davies and others talk about how evil tempts certain characters and how it affects their relationships with the Doctor.
Simon Pegg narrates this look at the new series of 'Doctor Who,' following the production team, writers and cast as they bring the Time Lord back to the screen. Pegg himself plays the latest incarnation of evil.
Changes to the Daleks make them more impressive and evil.
The cast and crew talk about the decisions the Doctor makes to save humanity; maneuvering in full alien costume.
The Doctor's affinity with the human race and his ongoing battle to save Earth.
Executive producer Russell Davies talks about why Rose's character is different from the Doctor's previous companions.
A look at the long line of feisty sidekicks who have joined hands with the Doctor for his intergalactic globe trotting.
The crew comments on the episode in which the TARDIS takes the Doctor and Rose to 19th-century Cardiff.
The Doctor's ultimate mobile home -- the blue police box known as the Tardis.
The men who made the monsters, actors who have been inside the monsters and the doctors who have acted opposite monsters.
Behind-the-scenes look at 'Doctor Who,' following the production team, writers and cast.