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2|entertain to YOU-Entertain in October

It’s a busy old October for 2|Entertain – not content with providing parents much needed digital media-based sedation for their half-term holidaying off spring and lining the pockets of Ricky Gervais with more The Office-based cash there’s also a raft of new Who to expel cash on.

Up first is the release date for Doctor Who Series Six: Part Two which will be hitting shelves on the 10th October and can already be pre-ordered from Amazon for £15.93 (and while we’re at it, let’s start a campaign to get the non-finalised artwork to be finalised – it’s fantastic!).

If you like your Doctor Who a little more Pertwee then on the 3rd October take a trip to the Colony in Space – the Third Doctor classic comes with a raft of special features and is also available to pre-order, for just £14.99.
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Finally on the 31st October sees the release of the fourth series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, which included the Doctor, Sarah Jane, Jo Grant summit meeting that was Death of the Doctor.

The special features have yet to be announced but if it doesn’t include a tribute to the late, much missed Elisabeth Sladen then we’d be very surprised.

The set is also available to pre-order from Amazon for just £12.99.



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