Doctor Who - Let's Kill Hitler, BBC1, Saturday 27th August, 7:10pm
The series returns from its summer break. In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in Thirties Berlin, as the time-travelling drama returns for the second half of the series shown earlier in the year. The Doctor comes face to face with the greatest war criminal in the Universe. And Hitler. Old friendships are tested to their limits as the Doctor suffers the ultimate betrayal and learns a harsh lesson in the cruellest warfare of all. As precious time ebbs away, the Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities. And he must succeed before an almighty price is paid.
This programme will be available to watch in the UK after broadcast via the BBC iPlayer until 8th October
Doctor Who Confidential - River Runs Wild, BBC3, Saturday 27th August, 8:00pm
Confidential is back on set with Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in 1930s Berlin. We hang out backstage with the cast and crew and bring you all the behind-the-scenes action as the series gets back into full swing. We also bring you Script to Screen - the making of a mini Doctor episode written by schoolchildren and brought to life by Matt Smith and the Doctor Who team.
This programme will be available to watch in the UK after broadcast via the BBC iPlayer until 3rd September.
Torchwood: Miracle Day - End of the Road, BBC1, Thursday 1st September, 9:00pm
The eighth in the series. Captain Jack faces a showdown with a man he thought long since dead. But while Rex takes extreme action, is it too late to prevent the collapse of society?
This programme will be available to watch in the UK after broadcast via the BBC iPlayer until 23rd September.
Daybreak, ITV1, Tuesday 23rd August, ~8:05am
Arthur Darvill appeared as a guest on the show, chatting about Doctor Who and his other projects.
This programme available to watch in the UK via the ITV Player (1:47:22) until 30th August 2011
Breakfast, BBC1, Friday 26th August, 9:00am
Karen Gillan appeared on the show, chatting about the return of Doctor Who this weekend, and defending some criticism on how the show was getting too complicated to follow.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via BBC News (28:50) until 2nd September.
The Wright Stuff, Channel 5, Friday 26th August, from 11:00am
TV critic Kevin O'Sullivan discusses the return of Doctor Who with Matthew Wright.
This programme is available to watch in the UK via Demand5 (block 7) until 2nd September (9:15am)
The complete series of Torchwood: Miracle Day shown to date can be viewed via the BBC iPlayer until 23rd September; see the BBC Torchwood programme page for episode links.
A full list of episodes of Doctor Who and Torchwood being broadcast throughout the world is available from This Week in Doctor Who.