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Series 3 of Doctor Who (sometimes called Season 29) ran between March 2007 and July 2007 and starred David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and introduced Freema Agyeman as his companion Martha Jones. Catherine Tate appeared as Donna Noble in the 2006 Christmas special, The Runaway Bride, which was filmed as part of the Series 3 block and featured on the Series 3 DVD. Despite this, The Runaway Bride is a special episode and not considered to be a part of Series 3 by the Episode Guide on the official website. Promotional postcard for the series

ContentsEdit

[hide]*1 Overview

  • 2 Television Stories
    • 2.1 Christmas Special
    • 2.2 Regular Season
    • 2.3 Animated Special
  • 3 Cast
    • 3.1 Primary Cast
    • 3.2 Secondary Cast
    • 3.3 Guest Cast
  • 4 Novels
  • 5 External Links

[edit] OverviewEdit

This new series introduced Martha Jones (played by Freema Agyeman), as the Doctor's new companion. This series introduced also a new logo design, which was first shown in Series 3 Episode 1: The Runaway Bride, which starred Catherine Tate as Donna Noble, the Doctor's one off companion for the episode, who was soon to return in Series 4 as a full time comapnion. The logo then continued throughout the rest of Series 3 from Epsiode 2 (Smith and Jones) to Episode 14 (Last of the Timelords), and stretched into Series 4. A new costume was also designed for the Doctor, a blue suit, alongside the brown suit. The main storyline for this series was focused on the "Mr Saxon", an alias for the Master

[edit] Television StoriesEdit

[edit] Christmas SpecialEdit

# Title Writer Notes
N/A The Runaway Bride Russell T. Davies

[edit] Regular SeasonEdit

# Title Writer Notes
1 Smith and Jones Russell T. Davies First appearance of Martha Jones and the Judoon
2 The Shakespeare Code Gareth Roberts
3 Gridlock Russell T. Davies Reintroduction of the Macra, final appearance of the Face of Boe
4 Pt. 1: Daleks in Manhattan

Pt. 2: Evolution of the Daleks

Helen Raynor
5 The Lazarus Experiment Stephen Greenhorn
6 42 Chris Chibnall
7 Pt. 1: Human Nature

Pt. 2: The Family of Blood

Paul Cornell
8 Blink Steven Moffat First appearance of the Weeping Angels
9 Pt. 1: Utopia

Pt. 2: The Sound of Drums Pt. 3: Last of the Time Lords

Russell T. Davies Reintroduction of the Master, and of Jack Harkness to Doctor Who. Final regular appearance of Martha Jones

[edit] Animated SpecialEdit

# Title Writer Notes
NA The Infinite Quest Alan Barnes Shown originally in 13 parts (aprox 3:30 each) on Totally Doctor Who, later rebroadcast as a 45 minute episode

[edit] CastEdit

[edit] Primary CastEdit

  • The Doctor - David Tennant
  • Martha Jones - Freema Agyeman
  • Jack Harkness - John Barrowman (re-introduction in Utopia, departure in Last of the Time Lords)

[edit] Secondary CastEdit

  • Francine Jones - Adjoa Andoh
  • Tish Jones - Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Leo Jones - Reggie Yates
  • Clive Jones - Trevor Laird
  • The Master - John Simm

[edit] Guest CastEdit

  • Professor Yana - Derek Jacobi
  • Florence Finnegan - Anne Reid
  • William Shakespeare - Dean Lennox Kelly
  • Thomas Kincade Brannigan - Ardal O'Hanlon
  • Face of Boe - Struan Rodger (Voice)
  • Richard Lazarus - Mark Gatiss
  • Joan Redfern - Jessica Hynes
  • Sally Sparrow - Carey Mulligan
  • Lucy Saxon - Alexandra Moen
  • Donna Noble - Catherine Tate

[edit] NovelsEdit

Novels featuring companion Martha Jones*Sting of the Zygons

  • The Last Dodo
  • Wooden Heart
  • Made of Steel
  • Wetworld
  • Forever Autumn
  • Sick Building
  • Peacemaker
  • Wishing Well
  • The Pirate Loop
  • Revenge of the Judoon
  • The Many Hands
  • Snowglobe 7
  • Martha in the Mirror
  • The Story of Martha

[edit] External LinksEdit

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