Welcome to Gallifrey Museum. Here, you will learn everything about the planet and its race of mysterious Time Lords.

After the invasion of the Daleks, only one Time Lord remains and he is the most mysterious of them all.

The Doctor is still out there, travelling the Universe in his ancient TARDIS. He’s out there making friends and fighting enemies.

And if you’re lucky then maybe we will find him…

(Please note: Gallifrey Museum isn’t real. This is for the purpose of promoting Doctor Who Experience)

Doctor Who: In the Forest of the Night - TV Trailer - BBC One

One morning in every city and town in the world, the human race wakes up to face the most surprising invasion yet.

Everywhere, in every land, a forest has grown overnight and taken back the Earth. It doesn’t take the Doctor long to discover that the final days of humanity have arrived.

Saturday, 25th October at 8:20pm on BBC One.

The BBC has announced ‘The Doctor and the Dalek’, a new online Doctor Who game for CBBC viewers.

The Doctor will be voiced by Peter Capaldi in the game, which has been released as part of the BBC’s Make it Digital initiative, aimed to inspire young audiences to be creative with coding, digital technology and programming.

‘The Doctor and the Dalek’ follows the Doctor after he frees a damaged Dalek from a group of Cybermen, before teaming up for a mission to save the universe from destruction.

Danny Cohen, BBC Director of Television, said: “‘The Doctor and the Dalek’ is a brand-new Doctor Who story and a fantastic game, voiced by the wonderful Peter Capaldi.

“It’s an excellent example of how a hugely popular BBC show can give fans something extra, whilst also introducing wider audiences to increasingly important skills, such as coding and programming.”

The game will be available to play for free on the CBBC website from Wednesday, 22nd October 2014.

‘In the Forest of the Night’ - Next Time Trailer - BBC One

The Doctor and Clara discover that the final days of humanity have arrived. Can they see the wood from the trees?

Saturday, 25th October at 8:20pm on BBC One.

Doctor Who: ‘Flatline’ was watched by 4.55 million viewers on BBC One last night, according to early overnight figures.

Series 8 ratings so far:


• Deep Breath - 6.8m (overnight) 9.17m (final)
• Into the Dalek - 5.2m (overnight) 7.29m (final)
• Robot of Sherwood - 5.2m (overnight) 7.28m (final)
• Listen - 4.8m (overnight) 7.01m (final)
• Time Heist - 4.93m (overnight) 6.99m (final)
• The Caretaker - 4.89m (overnight) 6.82m (final)
• Kill the Moon - 4.81m (overnight) 6.91m (final)
• Mummy on the Orient Express - 5.08m (overnight) 7.11m (final)
• Flatline - 4.55m (overnight) TBC (final)

Doctor Who: ‘Flatline’ was watched by 4.55 million viewers on BBC One last night, according to early overnight figures.

Series 8 ratings so far:

Deep Breath - 6.8m (overnight) 9.17m (final)

Into the Dalek - 5.2m (overnight) 7.29m (final)

Robot of Sherwood - 5.2m (overnight) 7.28m (final)

Listen - 4.8m (overnight) 7.01m (final)

Time Heist - 4.93m (overnight) 6.99m (final)

The Caretaker - 4.89m (overnight) 6.82m (final)

Kill the Moon - 4.81m (overnight) 6.91m (final)

Mummy on the Orient Express - 5.08m (overnight) 7.11m (final)

Flatline - 4.55m (overnight) TBC (final)