The BBC have confirmed that Doctor Who will once again return for Children in Need.

This year’s appeal will be hosted by Sir Terry Wogan, Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Nick Grimshaw and The Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes.

Doctor Who will feature among an array of other British TV favourites, including EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing, Call the Midwife, West End’s hit musicals ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, ‘Made in Dagenham’, ‘Once’ and ‘Sunny Afternoon’ and legendary cartoon characters, Tom and Jerry.

Music this year comes from One Direction, Cheryl, Susan Boyle, Boyzone and The Script who will be performing in EastEnders’ pub, The Queen Victoria.

Broadcast details for Friday, 14th November are as follows:


• The One Show’s Children in Need special, 7:00pm - 7:30pm on BBC One.
• Children in Need, 7:30pm - 10:00pm on BBC One.
• Children in Need, 10:00pm - 10:35pm on BBC Two.
• Children in Need, 10:35pm - 2:00am on BBC One.


More entertainment on the night will be revealed in due course.

The BBC have confirmed that Doctor Who will once again return for Children in Need.

This year’s appeal will be hosted by Sir Terry Wogan, Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, Nick Grimshaw and The Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes.

Doctor Who will feature among an array of other British TV favourites, including EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing, Call the Midwife, West End’s hit musicals ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, ‘Made in Dagenham’, ‘Once’ and ‘Sunny Afternoon’ and legendary cartoon characters, Tom and Jerry.

Music this year comes from One Direction, Cheryl, Susan Boyle, Boyzone and The Script who will be performing in EastEnders’ pub, The Queen Victoria.

Broadcast details for Friday, 14th November are as follows:

• The One Show’s Children in Need special, 7:00pm - 7:30pm on BBC One.

• Children in Need, 7:30pm - 10:00pm on BBC One.

• Children in Need, 10:00pm - 10:35pm on BBC Two.

• Children in Need, 10:35pm - 2:00am on BBC One.

More entertainment on the night will be revealed in due course.

The BBC have confirmed that the ninth episode of Doctor Who Series 8, ‘Flatline’ will air at the earlier time of 8:25pm on 18th October on BBC One.
Episode synopsis:

Separated from the Doctor, Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension.
But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection? With people to save and the Doctor trapped, Clara comes up against an enemy that exists beyond human perception.

The BBC have confirmed that the ninth episode of Doctor Who Series 8, ‘Flatline’ will air at the earlier time of 8:25pm on 18th October on BBC One.

Episode synopsis:

Separated from the Doctor, Clara discovers a new menace from another dimension.

But how do you hide when even the walls are no protection? With people to save and the Doctor trapped, Clara comes up against an enemy that exists beyond human perception.

Doctor Who Adventures issue 353 gives you a chance to win a life-size TARDIS for your school.

The TARDIS is worth £4,000 and to enter, readers must collect 2 tokens. The first token can be found in the current issue and the second appears in the issue out on 10th September. 

Moray Laing, Editor at DWA says: “Don’t miss the latest issue, as we’ve got an amazing competition. We’re giving away a life-size TARDIS to one lucky reader for their school classroom or playground. It’s a perfect replica of the Doctor’s amazing time machine - and although, sadly, it isn’t actually bigger on the inside, it’s a massive prize to win!”

Also included in this week’s issue:

• Five fantastic gifts! A magnetic TARDIS box, special key, a sonic screwdriver and two more magic, moving lenticular cards.

• Special door hangers to cut out and pop on your door.

• Exclusive interview with Jenna Coleman who tells us what it’s like to be the Doctor’s companion.

• Two amazing fact figures of the new Doctor and a Weeping Angel.

• Preview pictures from the next two episodes.

• A special appearance from Cheryl Cole in the Alien Babies comic strip.

• Loads of activities and puzzle pages.

• Dalek secrets.

• Strax’s guide to the Half-Face Man.

• Two posters.

• Read an exciting comic strip with the Doctor and Clara.

DWA #353 goes on sale 27th August - 9th September, priced £4.99.

Doctor Who Adventures issue 353 gives you a chance to win a life-size TARDIS for your school.

The TARDIS is worth £4,000 and to enter, readers must collect 2 tokens. The first token can be found in the current issue and the second appears in the issue out on 10th September. 

Moray Laing, Editor at DWA says: “Don’t miss the latest issue, as we’ve got an amazing competition. We’re giving away a life-size TARDIS to one lucky reader for their school classroom or playground. It’s a perfect replica of the Doctor’s amazing time machine - and although, sadly, it isn’t actually bigger on the inside, it’s a massive prize to win!”

Also included in this week’s issue:

• Five fantastic gifts! A magnetic TARDIS box, special key, a sonic screwdriver and two more magic, moving lenticular cards.

• Special door hangers to cut out and pop on your door.

• Exclusive interview with Jenna Coleman who tells us what it’s like to be the Doctor’s companion.

• Two amazing fact figures of the new Doctor and a Weeping Angel.

• Preview pictures from the next two episodes.

• A special appearance from Cheryl Cole in the Alien Babies comic strip.

• Loads of activities and puzzle pages.

• Dalek secrets.

• Strax’s guide to the Half-Face Man.

• Two posters.

• Read an exciting comic strip with the Doctor and Clara.

DWA #353 goes on sale 27th August - 9th September, priced £4.99.