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PRODUCTION INFO

Name

Village of the Angels

Serial Code

Series 13

First Transmitted

21 November 2021

Final Ratings

4.6m

BLU RAY RELEASE

Blu-Ray

DVD RELEASE

DVD

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CAST

Regular Cast

Jodie Whittaker (The Doctor), Mandip Gill (Yasmin), John Bishop (Dan Lewis)

Guest Cast

Annabel Scholey (Claire Brown), Kevin McNally (Professor Jericho), Poppy Polivnicki (Peggy), Alex Frost (Reverend Shaw), Vincent Brimble (Gerald), Jemma Churchill (Jean), Penelope McGhie (Mrs Hayward), Thaddea Graham (Bel), Blake Harrison (Namaca), Jacob Anderson (Vinder), Rochenda Sandall (Azure), Barara Fadden, Isla Moody, Lowri Brown (Weeping Angels), Jonny Mathers (Passenger)

CREW

Written by Chris Chibnall & Maxine Alderton
Directed by Jamie Magnus Stone
Produced by Nikki Wilson, Matt Strevens, Chris Chibnall

SYPNOSIS

Devon, November 1967. A little girl has gone missing. Professor Eustacius Jericho is conducting psychic experiments. And in the village graveyard, there is one gravestone too many. Why is Medderton known as “The Cursed Village”? And what do the Weeping Angels want?

PLOT

coming soon

REFERENCES

The Doctor utters her previous incarnations most used catchphrases When I say run, Run! and Reverse the Polarity of the Neutron Flow.

STORY NOTES

Much like the first episode, The Halloween Apocalypse, shared its broadcast date with its setting of 31 October, this episode does much the same. Both the broadcast date and the setting are 21 November, however the primary setting for the episode is 1967.
This episode is the second episode of Doctor Who to feature a mid-credits scene, after Death in Heaven. The show also previously featured a post-credit scene in Face the Raven.
Because of the heavy featuring of Weeping Angels in the episode, the mid-credit scene was given a special glitching effect as it started and as it ended.
The Doctor Who theme also received a special variation during the credits, as if it was damaged due to the presence of the Angels.
This was the first episode of Doctor Who: Flux to not feature Karvanista, Swarm or Joseph Williamson. Inston-Vee Vinder is also absent for a majority of the episode, only appearing in the mid-credits scene.

CONTINUITY

The Weeping Angel is still controlling the TARDIS’ controls. (Once, Upon Time)
Bel and Vinder are still attempting to find one another. (Once, Upon Time)
The Doctor says “contact” when initiating telepathic contact. (The Three Doctors, Spyfall)
The the Weeping Angels have hidden in or emerged from rock before. During an adventure between the Fifth Doctor and Michelangelo, The Doctor discovered that Michelangelo was being commissioned to somehow carve living, sentient Weeping Angels out of stone. (Fallen Angels)
The Thirteenth Doctor also met Weeping Angels whilst bumping into the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones, who had been sent back to 1969. (A Little Help from My Friends)
The Doctor tricks two Weeping Angels into looking at each other to prevent them from moving. (Blink)
The Doctor once again contains various objects in her pockets, making another individual hold them for her. (The Halloween Apocalypse)
The Doctor remembers River Song’s statement “that which holds the image of an Angel is an Angel” (The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone) and that they send people back in time to feed on the energy of the time they did not live in their normal time stream. (Blink)
The Doctor utters her previous incarnations’ catchphrases, notably “when I say run, run!” (The Power of the Daleks, etc) and “reverse the polarity of the neutron flow”. (The Sea Devils, etc)
The TARDIS phone is used from the outside. (The Empty Child)

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