Dr Who fans will finally be able to watch the episode of the series filmed here in our area.
Jodie Whittacker and the crew came to film in Gosport earlier this year and after months of anticipation – the time has come for the footage to be aired on TV.
Here’s all you need to know about watching the episode:
What channel is it on?
Dr Who airs on BBC One – but if you miss the episode, or just want to re-watch it, it will be available on iPlayer in full after it has finished.
You will also be able to watch the episode live on iPlayer as it is airing – if you have a TV licence but not a working aerial.
When is it on and what time is it on?
The Dr Who episode filmed in Gosport will air on BBC One on Sunday, November 25.
It will air at 6.30pm on November 25 – so not to late for any young Dr Who fans in the area.
Do you need a TV licence to watch?
Yes as it is airing on BBC One and iPlayer you are required to have a TV licence to watch it.
If you don’t have a TV licence and just have Netflix, Dr Who series are often added to the streaming giant several years after they have aired on TV – if you can wait that long.
What is the episode called?
The Gosport episode is called The Witchfinders – how very ominous!
What does the synopsis say?
According to the BBC’s website it says, the synopsis for the episode is – In 17th-century Lancashire, the Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham become embroiled in a witch trial and the arrival of King James I.