We're back again every Friday to take a look at some of the key pieces of news that were released in the worlds of doctor who and class in the last seven days, and key videos from the account.
The Return of doctor Mysterio released
The latest doctor who Christmas special is available now
You can find a link to the episode to catch up over at Iplayer here for free until the 25th January 2017, but it will be available on the BBC store
Doctor Who: Season 10 trailer 1
The first trailer for the tenth series of doctor who has been released now-check it out above.
The Return of doctor Mysterio ratings
The Christmas Special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio, had an estimated audience of 5.68 million viewers on BBC One, a share of 27.1% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial overnigfht figures.
Top of the tree this year was the Christmas edition of Strictly Come Dancing which had 7.17 million viewers, followed by The Great Christmas Bake Off with 6.23 million. Later in the evening Mrs Brown's Christmas Boys, which has topped the ratings in recent years, scored 6.13 million. The drama Call the Midwife had 6.06 million while soap EastEnders had 5.9 million.
ITV's highest rated programme was Coronation Street with 6.12 million. The Queen's Christmas Message had 5.19 million watching on BBC One and 2.95 million on ITV.
The overnight figures are an initial estimate. Final figures, including those who record the programme and watch within a week, will be released early next week.
Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio had an Audience Appreciation or AI score of 82.
The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.
The score is identical to that received by last year's Christmas Special The Husbands of River Song.
The highest score of the evening once more went to Call the Midwife on BBC One which scored 88.
See your artwork in a new book next year
Penguin have launched a new competition which gives fans a chance to have their artwork featured in a new Doctor Who Book.
Doctor Who: The Illustrated Adventures is due to be published by Puffin at the end of 2017. The publishers are looking for images to illustrate the 100 top favourite Doctor Who episodes, as listed in the book.
The images have to be submited using the Template on the Penguin website and the winners will be chosen by the Puffin design and illustration experts and members of the BBC’s Doctor Who brand team.
At least 25 winners will be chosen to appear in the book, but dependent on the number and quality of entries, as many as 100 images could be chosen. Winners who will be the entrants whose entries, in the opinion of the judges, depict (or capture) the chosen episode of Doctor Who most creatively and attractively. Each winner will receive two copies of the book.
Full details can be found on the Penguin Website
List of Top 100 Doctor Who Episodes to be featured in the book.
Doctor Who time and space #191
This time you can see our review of the latest doctor who Christmas special, the return of doctor mysterio. But you can hear what D-Cool and Lewis Moon thought of the most recent festive who story. Plus, we rundown the latest doctor who news, including a trailer breakdown for the season 10 teaser. Next week we review the keeper of traken.
The Man that never happened
The first episode of two festive specials have now been released. The second episode will be available from New Years eve.
That's the last news round for 2016. We will continue to round up the news every single week in 2017, and our review of the previous year and the year that has just been will be released soon.
Until then, we'll be back on 6th January for another doctor who news round.
Hello. I'm Lewis Moon. This is the blog with all the doctor who news as well as MLMA updates.
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