‘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)

Episode 9 - ‘Flatline’
This episode reveals new depths to Clara’s character, and features some of the trippiest perspective warps outside of a Holbein painting. But for the latest in his stunning retro poster series, designer Stuart Manning turned to a more recent artist.
“A Doctor Who story involving street art, set in Bristol - no inspiration necessary, so just a case of picking up on the same influences as the episode itself,” he told the Radio Times. “A Banksy-style stencil of the Doctor was just an obvious visual and it’s always nice to be able to sum a story up in a single image.”

Episode 9 - ‘Flatline’

This episode reveals new depths to Clara’s character, and features some of the trippiest perspective warps outside of a Holbein painting. But for the latest in his stunning retro poster series, designer Stuart Manning turned to a more recent artist.

“A Doctor Who story involving street art, set in Bristol - no inspiration necessary, so just a case of picking up on the same influences as the episode itself,” he told the Radio Times. “A Banksy-style stencil of the Doctor was just an obvious visual and it’s always nice to be able to sum a story up in a single image.”