Doctor Who broadcast confirmed.

TV The opening publication, release, broadcast or whatever they're calling things turning up on television now of Doctor Who's season 7, part b, The Bells Of Saint John (which is either episodes six, seven or one depending on who you talk to) (when did it get this complicated) (is this return to 60s confusion part of the anniversary celebrations) will be Saturday 30 March at 6.15-7.00pm attempting to produce a bumper lead in for the launch of the second series of The Voice in much the same way as it was stuck being the warm up act for Over The Rainbow in 2010.

I'm bothering to post this information because people I know in real life who read this blog have asked me when it'll be back.  Now you know.    The BBC's Media Centre has this synopsis:
"The Doctor’s search for Clara Oswald brings him to modern day London, where wifi is everywhere.

"Humanity lives in a wi-fi soup. But something dangerous is lurking in the signals, picking off minds and imprisoning them. As Clara becomes the target of this insidious menace, the Doctor races to save her and the world from an ancient enemy."
Ironically, given the spoilers for the episode already in the air, the first result on Google for the phrase "wi-fi soup", are the good people at Urban Spoon, as though the minutes of the show's tone meeting have gained sentience and are now threatening our reality.

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