Steven Moffat Retrospective
Here we discuss a different episode written by current showrunner Steven Moffat. We go back further in time with Russell T Davies, here.
The twelfth Doctor and the first Doctor meet, just as both are refusing regeneration. Twelve must face his past to decide his future.
The Doctor makes a final stand against an army of Cybermen to protect a tiny band of humans from destruction.
A huge spaceship trapped in the gravity well of a black hole, teeming with impossible lifeforms, harbours one of the Doctor’s most feared enemies.
A pyramid appears and every clock in the world begins counting down to the Earth’s destruction. Three armies are ready to annihilate each other.
Everyone who has ever read ‘The Veritas’, a book stored in the Vatican, has been found dead. Can the Doctor read it and survive?
It’s finally here! A new series and the last for Peter Capaldi. As the title suggests, this first episode introduces the Doctor all over again.
The Christmas special. Brain-swapping aliens are about to attack New York. The Doctor links up with a reporter and a mysterious, flying superhero.
The Christmas special. When a crashed spaceship calls upon the Doctor for help, he finds himself recruited into River Song’s squad.
The series finalé. The Doctor faces the Time Lords in a struggle that will take him to the end of time itself.
Trapped in a world unlike any other he has seen, the Doctor faces one of the greatest challenges of his many lives.
Part two. No TARDIS, no sonic, no Clara, no Missy. The Doctor is trapped on Skaro, alone at the heart of the Dalek Empire.
The Doctor is back in a new series but where is he? When the skies are frozen by an alien force Clara is called in by UNIT.
The Doctor and Santa, along with Clara, are thrown together in a very scary, hide-behind-the-sofa style adventure.
Part two of the finalé. With Cybermen on the streets of London, old friends unite against old enemies and sacrifices must be made.
Part one of the finalé. Missy is about to come face to face with the Doctor, and an impossible choice is looming.
What’s that in the mirror, and the corner of your eye? What’s the footstep following, but never passing by?
New series! The new Doctor is totally confused and his relationship with Clara is stretched to breaking point. Can she accept this new man?
The massed forces of the universe’s deadliest species gather around a quiet planet, drawn to a mysterious message.
After 50 years of adventures in Time and Space, it’s time for the Doctor to confront his own dark past in the 50th anniversary special.
The Finale. The Doctor meets old friends… and an old enemy. He will take his secret to his grave. And it is revealed…
The search for Clara brings the Doctor to London, 2013, where something deadly is waiting in the Wi-Fi.
A governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help. But the Doctor is in mourning and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe.
The Doctor’s heart-breaking farewell to Amy and Rory. New York’s statues come to life as the Angels return.
Kidnapped by his oldest foe, the Doctor is forced on an impossible mission – to a place even the Daleks are too terrified to enter…
A family of Blitz refugees, Madge Arwell and her two children, have had to relocate to Dorset, where they meet the Doctor.
All of time and space hangs in the balance, for this is the day the Doctor dies. But first he grows a dodgy beard.
Less ‘killing’, more ‘saving’, as Hitler survives, but we finally flesh out River’s history, which is a real surprise for Amy and Rory.
The Doctor assembles an army to fight the Battle of Demons Run. We finally discover who River Song really is (sort of).
Amy, Rory, and River spend three months searching for the Silence while the Doctor and the TARDIS are held in Area 51 by Canton.
The Doctor is seemingly killed. Amy, Rory and River mourn. But all are soon plunged into an adventure with President Nixon and the Silence.
Amy and Rory are trapped on a crashing spaceship. The only way the Doctor can save them is by softening the cold heart of Kazran Sardick.
The Doctor is trapped, the TARDIS has exploded and Rory has shot Amy. Reality’s last hope is a little girl who still believes in stars.
The Doctor’s friends unite to send him a terrible warning; the Pandorica is opening. But what’s inside?
The return of two Moffat icons. River is back and the Angels are back at the crash of The Byzantium in an action packed story.
The Doctor and Amy discover the UK on a spaceship but something isn’t right and there are secrets everyone chooses to forget.
A new face, new tastebuds, no TARDIS, a faulty sonic and only twenty minutes to save the planet.
The Doctor tries to reason with the Vashta Nerada while Donna leads an alternate life. What is the secret of the little girl?
The Doctor and Donna visit the greatest library in the universe. They find it strangely deserted until a team of archaeologists arrive.
Sally Sparrow investigates an old abandoned house and finds a message with her name that tells her to beware of the Weeping Angels.
The Doctor, Rose and Mickey find time windows on a spaceship to 18th century France and clockwork androids stalking Madame de Pompadour.
The Doctor and Rose pursue an object to Blitz-torn London and find homeless children terrorised by a boy wearing a gas mask.
Steven Moffat’s first televised Doctor Who story. It’s a comedy skit made for UK’s Red Nose Day in 1999 and features the first female Doctor!