In pictures: Photos released of new Doctor Who series
The BBC has released photographs of the forthcoming seventh series of Doctor Who.
The sci-fi drama will return to BBC One on Saturday 30 March, with the first episode “The Bells of St John” penned by Steven Moffat.
The Doctor will be joined officially by his new companion Clara, played by Emmerdale and Waterloo Road actress Jenna-Louise Coleman.
Coleman made two appearances last year, but will star alongside Matt Smith throughout this series.
Pictures released last week from the first episode showed the Time Lord speeding down The Shard in London. “The Bells of St John” will follow The Doctor and his companion as they discover something strange with London’s wi-fi.
The new Doctor Who pictures also show preview images from episodes two, three and four.
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