Season 6 Episodes for Doctor Who
Episode 1 - The Impossible Astronaut
New series. The Time Lord and his companions return for more sci-fi adventures. Three envelopes coloured the Tardiss distinctive shade of blue summon the Doctor, Amy and Rory to the middle of the Utah desert, where they are reunited with the enigmatic River Song. With the mysterious missives still unexplained, the time-traveller agrees to investigate further, and his quest takes him to 1969 - and an encounter with US president Richard Nixon. First of a two-part story, starring Matt Smith, Alex Kingston, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

Episode 2 - Day of the Moon
Part two of two. As an alien force occupies Earth, Canton Delaware sets out to free the Doctor from the perfect prison and reunite him with Amy, Rory and River Song. With the help of President Nixon, the heroes resolve to lead the hypnotised human race in a revolution against the invaders, in the hope of driving them out and rescuing the missing child

Episode 3 - The Curse of the Black Spot
The Tardis lands on board a 17th-century pirate ship stranded in the middle of the ocean, and the Doctor discovers members of the crew are being attacked by a mysterious and beautiful creature known as the Siren. As more buccaneers fall under the seductresss spell, the Time Lord struggles to gain the trust of the vessels implacable captain and find a way to bring his troubles to an end. Guest starring Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) and model Lily Cole

Episode 4 - The Doctors Wife
In an episode penned by popular sci-fi writer Neil Gaiman, a distress signal from an old friend provides the Time Lord with a glimmer of hope that he might not be the last of his kind. Following the beacon to a junkyard planet, the companions are greeted by a strange family, and the beautiful but unhinged Idris, who seems to know a great deal about the Doctor. Guest starring Suranne Jones (Coronation Streets Karen McDonald), with Matt Smith

Episode 5 - The Rebel Flesh
Part one of two. A solar tsunami causes the Tardis to land at a futuristic factory on Earth, where humans are making use of a mysterious pool to create drone-like doppelgangers of themselves. The clones are directed by their masters to mine dangerous acids, but when a second wave hits, they begin to develop ideas of their own. Guest starring Marshall Lancaster (Ashes to Ashes), Sarah Smart (At Home with the Braithwaites) and Raquel Cassidy (Lead Balloon), alongside Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

Episode 6 - The Almost People
Part two of two. As the solar storm continues to rage, a doppelganger seeks revenge against her makers and vows to lead her fellow slaves in a revolution against humanity. However, with the installation crumbling around them, there is no time for disputes and the Doctor struggles to help both parties put aside their differences and solve the problem together. Guest starring Sarah Smart (At Home with the Braithwaites) and Raquel Cassidy (Lead Balloon)

Episode 7 - A Good Man Goes to War
Amy is kidnapped and in her cell in Stormcage, River Song reluctantly acknowledges the approach of the Battle of Demons Run, the conflict that will see the Doctor face his darkest hour. Meanwhile, the Time Lord races across galaxies to gather his allies for a rescue mission, unaware that he is straying into a carefully concealed trap. Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex Kingston star in the mid-series finale, with the rest of the sci-fi drama set to air this autumn

Episode 8 - Lets Kill Hitler
The sci-fi adventure series returns after its summer break, picking up events following the shocking conclusion to the Battle of Demons Run. The Doctors frantic search for the infant Melody Pond takes him to 1930s Berlin, where he comes face to face with the most notorious war criminal in the universe. With conflict brewing in the background, the Time Lord prepares to teach his enemies a lesson in responsibility. Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

Episode 9 - Night Terrors
A childs bedroom is turned into the scariest place in the universe when his cupboard becomes home to every kind of fear imaginable. His parents remain baffled by the problem, so the boy makes a desperate bid for help. When his cries manage to break the barriers of time and space, the Doctor decides to make a house call. Sci-fi adventure, guest starring Daniel Mays (Outcasts), with Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill

Episode 10 - The Girl Who Waited
Amy is trapped in a quarantine facility for victims of an alien plague, one that threatens to claim the Doctors life within a day. With the Time Lord incapacitated, it is up to Rory to break in and rescue her before the medics in charge can administer their dreaded treatment. However, incarceration brings out very different aspects of his wifes personality. Sci-fi adventure, with the voice of Imelda Staunton

Episode 11 - The God Complex
The Tardis lands in a kitsch 1980s-style hotel where all is not quite what it seems. As the Doctor, Amy and Rory explore the place, they discover moving walls, twisting corridors and rooms containing deadly nightmares tailored to fit each visitor. David Walliams guest stars in an episode written by Being Human creator Toby Whithouse

Episode 12 - Closing Time
The date of the Doctors death approaches, and in the last few days of his life he decides to pay a visit to his old friend Craig Owens (James Corden). However, when people begin to go missing and a mysterious silver rat appears in a department store, the Time Lord is drawn into an encounter with one of his oldest foes. Sci-fi drama, starring Matt Smith

Episode 13 - The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe
The Time Lord crash-lands on Earth during the Second World War, where he tries to make sure two unfortunate evacuees and their mother have the best Christmas ever. He transports them to a magical land dominated by an enchanted forest - but that is when their troubles really begin. Claire Skinner, Bill Bailey, Arabella Weir and Alexander Armstrong join Matt Smith in this years festive special, inspired by CS Lewiss Narnia stories