Like the previous season on BBC7 digital radio, these are 50 minute episodes, on Sundays.
The latest BBC7
7th Dimension schedule because the dates here may change, click here.
(Update: Links updated after this month’s BBC7 website redesign.)
Click “read the rest” for the dates of the episodes, but please note the titles of episodes 7&8 do give a hint of the plot…
Dead London – 19 October 6.00pm and Midnight. (Pat Mills writes for Doctor Who, finally.)
Max Warp – 26 October 6.00pm and Midnight.
Brave New Town – 02 November 6.00pm and Midnight.
The Skull of Sobek – 09 November 6.00pm and Midnight. (Written by Marc Platt.)
Grand Theft Cosmos – 16 November 6.00pm and Midnight.
The Zygon Who Fell To Earth – 23 November 6.00pm and Midnight. (Paul Magrs’s sequel to his own Horror of Glam Rock last season.)
The two-parter Sisters Of The Flame/Vengeance Of Morbius– 30 November 6.00pm and Midnight / 07 December 6.00pm and Midnight.
Update September 30th, 2008: Pat Mills has written for the Fourth Doctor Comic in Doctor Who Weekly, but when I mentioned “finally” I was thinking of the time he almost wrote about a Space Whale for the Fifth Doctor on television.
Update October 21st, 2008: The Radio Times says that Dead London is “Episode 1 of 6.” Sisters of the Flame and Vengeance of Morbius will not be broadcast on BBC7 this year. Links updated after this month’s BBC7 website redesign.
Update April 07th, 2009: I mentioned in a earlier update that Pat Mills “almost wrote about a Space Whale for the Fifth Doctor on television” – Big Finish have asked Pat Mills to finally finish the script, for a Sixth Doctor audio planned for June 2010. Big Finish say of The Space Whale “it was originally written for the fourth Doctor, then the Fifth, and then the Sixth … he admitted that the Sixth Doctor version was by far his favourite as early attempts had been complicated by having too many companions”.