The Eleventh Doctor

The Eleventh Hour

Box falls out of the sky. Man falls out of box. The is in no fit state to save the world today. He's only just regenerated. His sonic screwdriver is bust. The Tardis has crashed and burned, and lies wrecked in someone's back garden... But an alien convict have escaped. Planet Earth is in terrible danger. The patients on the coma ward of the local hospital in Leadworth, near Gloucester, have been seen wandering the village - how is that possible? And what's with that strange crack in the wall, curving like a crooked smile, and the distant, echoing voice coming from within?

The Beast Below

For Amy's first trip in the Tardis, the Doctor whisks her far into the future. The human race clings to survival deep among the stars, while sinister Smilers rule over there every actions. But a terrible secret threatens to bring their fragile society tumbling down...

Victory of the Daleks

It's the Second World War, and Britain had developed a new weapon: metal soldiers, built like miniature tanks, designed by an ingenious professor. They're called Ironsides, they're deadly, and they're here to help. But the Doctor knows thats all a lie.

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Amy Pond

They're Daleks, and they have their own agenda. But why don't they recognise him? Why are they subservient to Churchill? And what is the purpose of the Progenitor? This time, there might not be a happy ending...

The Time of Angels / Flesh and Stone

Remember River Song mentioning the "crash of the Byzantium" in Silence in the Library? Well, in this story, that happens: the Byzantium space ship crashes into an abandoned temple. This is no simple diaster, but a Code Red nightmare, as the Byzantium is carrying a Weeping Angel in its vault. River Song elaborately recuits the Doctor and Amy to join her and a party of cleric-soilders for a journey into the dark catacombs cheerily known as "a maze of the dead." Cue joyous tea and scones, with nothing bad happening to anyone at all...

The Vampires of Venice

The Doctor takes Amy and Rory on a romantic date to sixteenth-century Venice - but, much to poor Rory's horror, thing go of the rails as soon as they arrive. The mysterious Calvierri family are running a sinister school for girls, from which no-one escapes unchanged. Rosanna Calvierri's students have fangs, they can't be seen in mirror's, and they drink humans dry. But even they aren't the worst things stalking the city...

Amy's Choice

It's five years since Amy and Rory travelled with the Doctor. They're back living in Leadworth, and Amy is pregnant. Rory has grown a ponytail. Life is good, if a little humdrum. Until the Doctor drops by for a visit. And then they wake up. In the Tardis, the Doctor, Amy and Rory have had exactly the same dream. But the Tardis has died, and it's drifting towards a cold star - just 14 minutes till impact. If they don't freeze to death. And then they wake up. Two Worlds: one in the time machine, one in the village that time forgot. One real, the other fake. "You're home. You're also dreaming. Trouble is, Rory, Amy... which is which?" Their lives depend on making the right choice. But time is running out...

The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood

Over in the tiny, remote hamlet of Cwmtaff, human science is again being bold, pushing boundaries and asking for trouble. The Discovery Drilling Project - or as the technically-minded Doctor calls it, "a Big Mining Thing" - has burrowed 21 kilometres into the Earth, deeper than ever before. However, as Discovery boss Nasreen Choudhry and her project manager / unrequited love Tony Mack celebrate, an ancient race launch pre-emptive strikes, from way further beneath their feet than 21 kilometres. People alive and dead start to vanish. The Doctor, Amy and Rory face the Ultimate uprising...

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