As previously announced, there is another mini-episode to accompany The Day of the Doctor. The three minute story, titled The Last Day, is now available to download from iTunes. Its description reads: “First day on the front line? Time to attach a Headcam for a soldier’s point-of-view. What could possibly go wrong?” Download HERE. The Last Day will also be available on The Day of the Doctor DVD and Bluray – details HERE.

The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special simulcasts around the world on Nov 23 at
7.50pm [GMT], visit www.dayofthedoctor.com for more info.

ETA: YOU CAN NOW WATCH THE EPISODE FREE HERE.

9 COMMENTS

  1. I find it annoying that they're putting these things on pay services like iTunes. In the end it's no big deal because someone will put it on YouTube anyway in a few hours and even they don't I'll see it on the Blu-ray in two weeks. I just hope we don't get to the point where full episodes – or substantial minisodes like Night of the Doctor – go the same route.

  2. Just to follow on my earlier comment, apparently the BBC has announced that the minisode was supposed to be offered free of charge on iTunes so I imagine lots of folks will be getting a refund/credit. I still don't like the idea of having to go to a third party in order to view this stuff. The BBC should have simply put it on its website.

  3. Now it's only available as part of a Series Pass with a load of other Who related stuff for £14.99. What the hell is going on? I don't want that other stuff.

  4. Joe Miser, welcome to the modern world. By the way, I don't actually mean that as an insult. I prefer the classic physical copies myself. But downloads are the future I guess.

  5. @Mister: I meant that statement with emphasis on the fact that who actually BUYS stuff from itunes. I've never spent a cent on downloads. I either buy a physical copy or I download it for free. Plus I don't support Apple. I don't like the company.

  6. Predictably it's now easy to find illegally. When will companies learn that you can't upload something free for some and charge others (who then can't even get it) without this happening? Foolish. Should've just been released for all, for free, or not at all

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