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The Doctor Who Christmas special is essential viewing in millions of homes every year. Now you can enjoy them together in this special collection featuring both David Tennant and Matt Smith as the Doctor. These memorable Christmas Specials feature the Doctor battling a band of Santa-shaped assassins; the spaceship RMS Titanic on the verge of catastrophe; the Cybermen stalking the streets of Victorian London, the angry bride who mysteriously appears inside the TARDIS, and a captivating song unlocking the planet’s atmosphere just in time for a snowy Christmas Eve.

Customer Reviews

If you're a Who-vian, you'll love this package!

If you're watching these episodes for the first time, or just watching them again, you'll love them as long as you're a fan of Doctor Who! Includes every Christmas special since the re-launch (Except the 9th Doctor's, not that I'm complaining). This is also a great thing to watch before the upcoming Christmas special, which is going to kick off the new season.

To Whovian-Who...

The Ninth Doctor didn't... have a Christmas special. The first episode of the Ninth Doctor was Rose, the last was The Parting of the Ways, all in one season, and he regenerated into Ten at the end of TPOTW. He was only in for one series, and he's the only New-Era Doctor that never got a special. On the other hand, it would have been cool if Nine was in a special... maybe a multi-Doctor special one day, but that's unlikely too: Nine didn't last long because his portrayor, Christopher Eccleston, quit. Doubtful he'll come back.

Where is The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe?

Are we going to get the 2011 Christmas Special, or is it for UK viewers only? :(