Double dose of Doctor Who on way
There will be a double dose of Doctor Who for the timelord's fans next year.
Two separate series of his adventures will be shown with the show's producer Steven Moffat promising an "earth-shattering" cliffhanger half way through.
Seven episodes will be shown in Easter followed by six episodes in Autumn.
Mr Moffat said the doctor, played by Matt Smith, and his sidekick Amy Pond, played by Karen Gillan, will face a "game-changing" moment in the new series.
He said: "An episode of Dr Who that's not scary is failing the children of this nation."