As part of the annual fundraising effort for the BBC Children in Need Appeal
, a set visit to watch a day's production on the first episode of the next series of Doctor Who
has appeared in the charity's set of e-bay auctions
, which is open until 9.17pm on Sunday 17th November
, offers the winner the following:
The Doctor Who
team have kindly donated an incredible once in a lifetime experience. The lucky winner and one other will go behind the scenes of the filming for the first episode of the new Doctor Who
series, and will be amongst the first to watch Peter Capaldi
as the new Doctor!
Watch filming for the first episode of the new series of Doctor Who
See Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor before any other member of the public!
A conducted VIP tour of the set. Meeting the cast of the show. (Meeting the cast is dependent on schedules, specific requests unfortunately cannot be guaranteed).
Have a photo taken on the set.
A nice lunch with the crew.
The location for filming will be confirmed at a later date by the Doctor Who
production team. You will need to arrange your own transport to and from the experience plus any accommodation. The experience will take place on a date determined by the production team in January 2014
. The winning bidder will also need to sign a non-disclosure agreement to ensure that the new series remains a secret!
The winning bidder will be contacted by BBC Children in Need within 5 working days of payment reaching our PayPal account to confirm your package. Your details will then be passed on to the Doctor Who
production team who will arrange the day with you. BBC Children in Need will send the winning bidder a certificate of authenticity which we will dispatch by special delivery within 5 working days of the payment reaching our PayPal account.
has had a long association with the BBC's annual Children in Need campaign, particularly on the night of the main BBC One telethon. The Five Doctors
had its début UK broadcast as part of Children in Need in 1983, and since then various events, special episodes and previews have been associated with the campaign during November.