Doctor Who, a show which chronicles the increasingly camp adventures of a time travelling man who gets his clothes from a Help The Aged sale rack and solves everything from interplanetary war to tooth decay by shouting while pointing a screwdriver at a broken numeric keypad, is coming to iTunes.
BBC worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC that’s allowed to sell things for money, is dumping every episode of the new Who on Apple’s shopping system. Episodes from the first series of the modern Who should be ready for buying and downloading today, with one arriving each week between now and Christmas. Series four will appear on December 23, making it an ideal Christmas present for yourself.
We don’t have any information regarding episode/series cost or file size or picture resolution just yet. But we have asked for clarification of these points. We’ve also asked for some photos of Billie Piper, because the weather’s cold and Billie makes us feel warm inside.
A hi-res Billie Piper photo has arrived and Doctor Who Series One is yours for £19.99 – with each of the 13 episodes available separately for £1.89.
(Via BBC Worldwide)