Monday, February 14, 2011

SciFi Daily - BBC America: Schedule Week Feb 14 '11 - Torchwood, The X-Files & Doctor Who

Source: BBC America

On BBC America, SciFi Daily beams in Torchwood at 3/2C, The X-Files at 4/3C and Doctor Who at 5/4C.

Schedule for week of February 14, 2011:



NOTE: Torchwood is preempted this week for Being Human (UK) premiere on BBC America.


The X-Files

NOTE: The X-Files is preempted on Thursday and Friday this week for Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares.

Season two cast includes David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Mitch Pileggi.

Mon. Feb. 14 4:00 PM Duane Barry

Mulder is called to a hostage situation where the gunman (Steve Railsback) claims to be an alien abductee.

Guest stars include Steve Railsback, Nicholas Lea, CCH Pounder, Stephen E. Miller and Stargate Atlantis' Paul McGillion.

Tue. Feb. 15 4:00 PM Ascension

A traffic violation puts Mulder on Barry's trail, but Krycek is ordered to delay Mulder

Guest stars include Steve Railsback, Nicholas Lea, Steven Williams, William B. Davis, Peter LaCroix and Steve Makaj.

Wed. Feb. 16 4:00 PM 3

Mulder believes his captured murder suspect (Frank Military) is deluding himself about being a vampire---until sunlight hits the man.

Guest stars include Justina Vail, Perrey Reeves, Frank Military, Tom McBeath and Malcolm Stewart.


Doctor Who

NOTE: Doctor who is preempted on Thursday and Friday this week for Being Human (UK).

Fifth season cast includes Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill.

Mon. Feb. 14 5:00 PM Cold Blood

The Doctor and Nasreen Chaudry go deep underground and find an ancient society that has been disturbed by the drilling. They are gassed and taken prisoner just as Amy manages to free herself. The military commander of the underground reptilians, Restac, is convinced that the "apes' - their term for humans - are an invading force. Calmer heads prevail and the Doctor manages to negotiate a truce pending the transfer of prisoners which he, and some of the more pacifist members of the reptilians, hopes will lead to a lasting peace. The only problem is that Alaya, the reptile prisoner has been killed and Restac is ready to go to war.

Guest stars include Neve McIntosh, Meera Syal, Robert Pugh and Nia Roberts.

Tue. Feb. 15 5:00 PM Vincent and the Doctor

Visiting a museum, the Doctor and Amy are especially excited with the gallery for Vincent van Gogh. Many of van Gogh pieces are displayed, including "The Church at Auvers (1890)". However there is something irregular discovered on the painting - a small alien image within a window pane. The Doctor quickly takes Amy back to 1890 where they locate the troubled artist that upsets the locals, cannot pay his bills, and is able to see an invisible monster that no one else is able to see.

Guest stars include Tony Curran, Nik Howden, Chrissie Cotterill and Sarah Counsell.

Wed. Feb. 16 5:00 PM The Lodger

No sooner does the TARDIS land on Earth that it leaves again - but without the Doctor who had just stepped outside. The Doctor soon finds himself at the home of Craig Owens, who has been advertising for a lodger. There's clearly something odd in the house with people being lured to the upstairs room, but never reappearing. The Doctor is having a good time of it and is having a bit of fun; he proves to be a rather good football player. Craig the landlord is very much in love with Sophie but can't quite bring himself to tell her. The Doctor tries to help them out. But then there's always the problem of that upstairs room.

Guest stars include James Corden, Daisy Haggard, Owen Donovan and Babatunde Aleshe.

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