Doctor Who

Aired: Feb 09, 2020 , Sunday at 19:00 on BBC one

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Episode Summary: From ancient Syria to present day Sheffield, and out into the wilds of space, something is stalking the Doctor and infecting people's nightmares. Location: Aleppo, Syria/Sheffield, UK, Earth Date: 1380/2020 Enemy: Zellin, Chagaskas, Rakaya
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