Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Channel 4, Friday 16th July, from 9:30pm
In this show Alan's guests are Doctor Who himself Matt Smith, David Hasselhoff and his two daughters, Taylor-Ann and Hayley Hasselhoff; JLS, who give Alan the lowdown on their new single, She Makes Me Wanna.
This programme will be available to watch in the UK via 4od after broadcast for at least seven days.
Torchwood: Miracle Day - Rendition, BBC1, Thursday 21st July, 9:00pm
The second in the new series. As the Torchwood team is reunited, Jack realizes he is the most vulnerable man on Earth - and a flight to the USA turns into a desperate battle for survival.
This programme will be available to watch in the UK via the BBC iPlayer after broadcast.
This Morning, ITV1, Friday 8th July, ~12:15pm
Peter Davison appeared on the programme, talking about Law & Order UK, Doctor Who, and Button Moon!
This will be available to watch in the UK via the ITV Player (1:12:50) until 15th July.
Something for the Weekend, BBC2, Sunday 10th July, ~10:30pm
The show featured a preview clip from the Torchwood: Miracle Day's premiere episode The New World.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via the BBC iPlayer (0:16:55) until 17th July (11:30am).
The Wright Stuff, Channel 5, Monday 11th July, from 9:15am
Kai Owen appeared as special guest on the show and talked about Torchwood in the first part of the show.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via Demand 5 or YouTube until 18th July (9:15am).
This Morning, ITV1, Tuesday 12th July, from 10:30am
John Barrowman appeared as the last guest on the show.
This is available to watch in the UK via the ITV Player (last section if you can get past the adverts) until 19th July.
Jamie Owen and Louise Elliott, BBC Radio Wales, Tuesday 12th July, from 9:00am
Special guest Torchwood's Eve Myles talks about living in the States.
This programme is available to listen to worldwide via the BBC iPlayer (2:07:52) until 19th July (midday).
Steve Wright, BBC Radio 2, Tuesday 12th July, from 2:00pm
Actor Bill Pullman discusses Torchwood and his film Too Big To Fail.
This programme is available to listen to worldwide via the BBC iPlayer (2:31:22) until 19th July (5:05pm)
Up All Night, BBC Radio 5 Live, Wednesday 13th July, ~2:55am
US TV critic Cash Peters gives his review and his unique interpretation of the facts on Torchwood: Miracle Day.
This programme is available to listen to worldwide via the BBC iPlayer (1:54:50) until 20th July (5am)
Daybreak, ITV1, Thursday 14th July, ~8:25am
Entertainment correspondent Ross King visits the set of Torchwood: Miracle Day and meets up with John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Bill Pullman.
This interview is available to watch in the UK via the Daybreak website.
Newsround, BBC1, Thursday 14th July, 5:00pm Item on the Screamer winning design from a Doctor Who Adventures competition, now appearing at the Doctor Who Experience.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via the BBC iPlayer (05:45) until 15th July (5:15pm), and via the Newsround website.
BBC digital services featured a behind-the-scenes preview of Torchwood: Miracle Daymaterial through the red button service in the run-up to The New World premiere; this is available to watch online in the UK only.
Torchwood - The Lost Files: The Devil and Miss Carew, BBC Radio 4, Monday 11th July, 2:15pm
The first of three radio plays set before the events of Children of Earth. When Rhys's elderly Uncle Bryn has a heart attack while listening to the shipping forecast, it seems like another routine death at Ivyday Nursing Home. But when Rhys and Gwen go to collect the old man's effects, Gwen's suspicions are roused by another elderly resident. The conversation is cut short, though, by a fire alarm, one of many consequences of the mysterious power cuts that are sweeping the nation. Gwen has a hunch that something is wrong and her search leads her to Miss Carew, a suspiciously fit and strong octogenarian who, despite having supposedly terminal heart disease, has left Ivyday and gone back to work at the Computer firm she used to run. Miss Carew has been offered a deal by Fitzroy, a wandering alien with an aversion to electricity who is looking for a home. It's a deal that Miss Carew can't refuse. But the consequences for planet Earth are unthinkable.
This is available to listen to via the BBC iPlayer (worldwide) and podcast (UK only) until 18th July (3:00pm).
Torchwood - The Lost Files: Submission, BBC Radio 4, Tuesday 12th July, 2:15pm
The second of three radio plays set before the events of Children of Earth. Torchwood are chasing aliens down the M4, when Jack accidentally blows a hole in the Severn Bridge, and the SUV hits the water. Whilst submerged John, Gwen and Ianto hear a strange noise, which, back at the Hub they realise is a cry for help. They track the cry to its source which turns out to be the deepest part of the Ocean - the Mariana Trench. Ianto rings old Torchwood flame, Carlie Roberts, who's an expert in marine geology, and Jack pulls strings with the US government to get them all on board the USS Calvin, an Arleigh Burke class destroyer, which is heading for the Trench. From there they board the Octopus Rock, the only submarine built to withstand the pressure at that depth, and follow the signal. But when the Submarine crashes, the team are left at the mercy of a hungry alien.
This is available to listen to via the BBC iPlayer (worldwide) and podcast (UK only) until 19th July (3:00pm).
Torchwood - The Lost Files: The House of the Dead, BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 13th July, 2:15pm
The third of three radio plays set before the events of Children of Earth. The brewery have called 'time' and it's the last night at The House of the Dead - the most haunted pub in Wales. Barry the barman has invited renowned psychic, Mrs Wintergreen, to hold a special seance to mark the occasion, and there's a big crowd hoping for the chance of seeing their deceased loved ones for one last time. But when Jack arrives on the scene, he's determined to stop them. Ianto is puzzled by Jack's behaviour, and Gwen is suspicious. Why is Jack acting so strangely? Then the ghosts start arriving - and all hell breaks loose.
This is available to listen to via the BBC iPlayer (worldwide) and podcast (UK only) until 20th July (3:00pm).
Torchwood: Miracle Day - The New World, BBC1, Thursday 14th July, 9:00pm
The first in the new series. When death itself comes to a halt, the whole world faces its greatest danger yet. CIA agent Rex Matheson has only one clue: the word 'Torchwood'.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via the BBC iPlayer (SD/HD) until 23rd September (11pm)
A full list of episodes of Doctor Who and Torchwood being broadcast throughout the world is available from This Week in Doctor Who.