Doctor Who: watch The Curse Of Fatal Death clips here!

News Simon Brew
17 Mar 2011 - 06:00

Want to see the first Steven Moffat-penned Doctor Who story to be televised? To mark Comic Relief 2011, we’ve got clips of The Curse Of Fatal Death for you right here!

Tomorrow in the UK, the BBC is running its bi-annual Comic Relief Red Nose Day appeal, and as part of the fun, it's released a bit of Doctor Who fun from the archives.

It's released online, and you can see it below, the Steven Moffat-penned Doctor Who spoof special, The Curse Of Fatal Death. This is the 23-minute, multi-part adventure that was broadcast as part of Red Nose Day 1999. And it features five actors playing the Doctor (Rowan Atkinson, Richard E Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant and Joanna Lumley), with Julia Sawalha as his assistant, and Jonathan Pryce as The Master. It marked the first Doctor Who script to be broadcast on television that Moffat wrote, and also saw the final work on the show from Roy Skelton, as the voice of the Dalek.

Before we get to the clips, do consider donating to the appeal. You can find full details here.

And without further ado, enjoy Doctor Who: The Curse Of Fatal Death...

Part 1

Part 2

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