Chapter Four of the epic six part Doctor Who: Flux will see the Doctor and her friends enter the Village of the Angels!
The second chapter of Doctor Who: Flux has yet to even hit our screens and the BBC have already unveiled the title to Chapter Four… Village of the Angels. Scheduled for the 21st of November, you can read the official synopsis below:
Doctor Who: Flux – Chapter Four: Village of the Angels
Devon, November 1967. A little girl has gone missing. Professor Eustacius Jericho is conducting psychic experiments. And in the village graveyard, there is one gravestone too many. Why is Medderton known as “The Cursed Village”? And what do the Weeping Angels want?
The title and description for this fourth episode ties in to what we’ve already seen in the trailer for Flux. “Professor Eustacius Jericho” is the character played by Kevin McNally, seen all tweeds and cardigans in the trailer. Publicity photos for Flux have also already revealed Claire (Annabel Scholey) from Halloween Apocalypse in Jericho’s lab. So Medderton’s ‘Cursed Village’ is presumably where the Weeping Angel sent her in that episode. Meanwhile, the trailer also depicted a veritable army of Angels besieging the village. All in all, Village of the Angels promises to be Doctor Who at its spookiest best.
Doctor Who: Flux continues this Sunday at 6.10pm on BBC One, and on BBC America in the US, with Chapter Two: War of the Sontarans
The Doctor has an unexpected encounter with one of her deadliest enemies when the Sontarans become a new faction in the Crimean War. As the British army goes into pitched battle with the warlike aliens, the Doctor and her companions seek the help of renowned nurse Mary Seacole (Sara Powell), while an ancient temple hides mysterious secrets.