(note: the BBC radio broadcasts are available worldwide, but video broadcasts may be unavailable outside the United Kingdom. BBC iPlayer programmes are generally available for seven days after broadcast)
- Well there's only one thing that you really needed to remember to watch, and that was of course The Day of the Doctor. Broadcast simultaneously around many parts of the world on television (with other channels very close to tranmission, too) and in cinema, Doctor Who truly becomes global! If for some reason you managed to miss it in the United Kingdom then it is available on the BBC iPlayer (though maybe not immediately to enable the rest of the world to catch up)
- The lead-up to the anniversary programme kicked off with BBC Breakfast fielding reports live from the Doctor Who Celebration at the Excel Centre in London by entertainment correspondent Lizo Mzimba and in-studio discussion with TV critic Toby Earle. The programme also included the new edition of Newswatch, which featured a report on viewers' reaction to the coverage of the series over the last couple of weeks. (BBC iPlayer link for Newswatch)
- CBBC had a Doctor Who theme throughout the day, including the Blue Peter Doctor Who Party (BBC iPlayer) and a 12 Again special featuring cast and celebrity fan memories of Doctor Who (BBC iPlayer).
- Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty was broadcast on BBC Three straight after The Day of the Doctor was broadcast, with Zoe Ball and Rick Edwards presenting the response to the episode from host of celebrities and fans. (BBC iPlayer)
- There were two new items on the BBC's Red Button service during the evening; the first was a behind-the-scenes video of The Day of The Doctor (available on YouTube), and a Doctor Who skit by Peter Davison on how three former Doctors try desperately to be in the 50th Anniversary special.
- Graham Norton broadcast his BBC Radio 2 morning show live from the Doctor Who Celebration, including chats with some of the guest stars of the day, including Tom Baker. (BBC iPlayer)
- A very early start for Richard Latto on BBC Radio Solent as he engaged upon a look at the association between the South coast and Doctor Who. (BBC iPlayer)
- BBC Essex featured William Grantham, winner of Blue Peter's "Design a Monster" competition, who talked to Peter Holmes about his experience. (BBC iPlayer - from 2:41:05, plus other chat at 1:23:00)
- BBC Radio Norfolk broadcast their final two soundbites from the county's Doctor Who community, featuring Terry Molloy (BBC iPlayer) and Brian Hodgson (BBC iPlayer).
- Other coverage includes BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Jane Smith (BBC iPlayer), BBC Radio York's Julia Booth (BBC iPlayer), BBC Radio Devon's John Govier (BBC iPlayer), and BBC Radio 1's Matt Edmonson (BBC iPlayer)
Misc Media Items
- The Radio Times talks to Joanna Page on location for The Day of The Doctor.
- Brian Hodgson describes the creation of the TARDIS and Dalek sounds to BBC News.
- The Telegraph also had an item with Brian Hodgson.
- The Telegraph also lists 50 things you didn't know about Doctor Who ...
- Another Telegraph item, with Matthew Sweet explaining how to live like a Time Lord.
- Entertainment Weekly also believes there are 15 facts you probably didn't know.
- The Guardian presents Doctor Who in numbers.
- MTV list some of the connections between Doctor Who and pop band One Direction, who were also celebrating "1 Day" ...
- The East Anglian Daily Press talks to Peter Purves about his time on the show with William Hartnell.
- IP&TV News report on how The Day of the Doctor brings an end to the BBC's HD Red Button service.
- The Register looks at how the Doctor has changed "From Edwardian grump to Malcolm Tucker and back again".
- BBC News catches up with Julie Gardner.
- The Bournemouth Echo looks at Dorset's association with Doctor Who.
- Crave share what they feel are the 11 essential episodes to see.
- The Telegraph lists what it considers the show's best and worst moments.
- Forbes comments on why the show has lasted 50 years.
Highlights for Sunday
- BBC Radio Norfolk presents a collection of Doctor Who anecdotes from the county from midday.
- BBC Radio 6 has an item on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop from 8:00pm on Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone.
- UKTV in Australia and New Zealand premiere The Doctors Revisited: The Ninth Doctor, The Tenth Doctor and The Eleventh Doctor and An Adventure in Space and Time amongst others.