The new season of Doctor Who continues next weekend with ‘The Girl Who Died’, written by Jamie Mathieson (‘Flatline’) with showrunner Steven Moffat.
Captured by Vikings, the Doctor and Clara must help protect their village from Space Warriors from the future: the Mire. Outnumbered and outgunned, their fate seems inevitable. So why is the Doctor preoccupied with a single Viking girl?
‘The Girl Who Died’ airs at 8.20pm on Saturday 17 October on BBC One.
Here are 10 teasing spoiler-free lines of dialogue from the episode…
‘To the primitive mind, advanced technology can seem like magic.’
‘You are my world, but I hear other worlds now.’
‘Okay, it’s official. Silence is even worse in a Scottish accent.’
‘What is a god but the cattle’s name for farmer?’
‘Your mightiest warriors will feast with me tonight in the halls of Valhalla.’
‘I’m not actually the police. It’s just what it says on the box.’
‘I tell you that leaving this place would be death itself.’
‘I am afraid, but I will sing.’
‘Time will tell. It always does.’
‘Oh, Clara Oswald – what have I made of you?’
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