Why is The Eleventh Hour on so early?

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I know it's an hour long but why is The Eleventh Hour on so early? I wish the programme would return to it's 7/7:15pm timeslot, 6:25 is far too early.
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I was expecting someone complaining that it should be on at 11pm! :D
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It looks like we're gonna get another series jumping from 6.30 - 7.15 start times. I wish they'd just settle on a time slot and stick to it. 6.25 does seem a bit early to me.
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Mike Nuttall wrote:I know it's an hour long but why is The Eleventh Hour on so early? I wish the programme would return to it's 7/7:15pm timeslot, 6:25 is far too early.
I dare say it has a lot to do with the programmes scheduled either side of it. Being an Easter Saturday, those programmes may not be on in the remaining weeks, so the time slot may settle down.

I think 6:25 is a good time to catch youngsters for whom this is their first taste of Doctor Who.
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Sontaran wrote:
Mike Nuttall wrote:I know it's an hour long but why is The Eleventh Hour on so early? I wish the programme would return to it's 7/7:15pm timeslot, 6:25 is far too early.
I dare say it has a lot to do with the programmes scheduled either side of it. Being an Easter Saturday, those programmes may not be on in the remaining weeks, so the time slot may settle down.

I think 6:25 is a good time to catch youngsters for whom this is their first taste of Doctor Who.
This is probably true
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I just realised this morning that the new series starts in 19 days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shock:
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Mike Nuttall wrote:I just realised this morning that the new series starts in 19 days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shock:
Perhaps we should have a nice countdown timer prominently displayed on the main page ... ?
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I think a countdown is an awesome idea!
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What a good idea!
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Thanks. Does that mean I'll get promoted to Rassilon's Bitch's Bitch?
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Mike Nuttall wrote:What a good idea!

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Why are there so few posts per page and why are they spaced so far apart.

The design of this new forum just does my head in. It's like wading through treacle, and it's horrible to read.
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mican wrote:Thanks. Does that mean I'll get promoted to Rassilon's Bitch's Bitch?

Do you really think you deserve to be Rassilon's Bitch?
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mican wrote:Thanks. Does that mean I'll get promoted to Rassilon's Bitch's Bitch?
Do you really think you deserve to be Rassilon's Bitch?
No, not at all. You excel so well in that role. But I'm aiming to become Rassilon's Bitch's Bitch. That way, maybe I'll finally be able to drive down to Indy, get you hopped up on curry, and take those pictures of you in your white shorts .....
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Which side is it on? ianj
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ianj wrote:Which side is it on? ianj
It's on the BBC Television Service, ianj. I believe they call it BBC1 these days.
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The correct answer to the question posed in the thread is: So instead of being completely happy about it's return, Doctor Who fans will have something to bitch about.

At least BBC America will show it the same time every week :mrgreen:
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it suited us fine, cos my bf had to be at work for 8pm, so he just had time to leg it there after the credits rolled!
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