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Torchwood Declassified

Torchwood Declassified
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 27
Production
Running time 10 minutes
Release
Original channel BBC Three (Series 1)
BBC Two (Series 2)
DVD Only (Series 3, Series 4)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
576i (PAL)
Original release 19 October 2006 (2006-10-19) – 6 April 2011 (2011-04-06)
Chronology
Related shows Torchwood
Doctor Who Confidential
External links
Website

Torchwood Declassified is a documentary series created by the British Broadcasting Corporation to complement the British science fiction television series Torchwood. Each episode is broadcast on the same evening as the broadcast of the weekly television episode. A second series of Declassified aired alongside the second series of Torchwood.

Continuing the tradition of its parent, Doctor Who Confidential, Torchwood Declassified covers themes presented in the just-broadcast episode, as well as providing behind-the-scenes access and footage. Each episode is ten minutes long, compared to Confidential's 30-45 minute length. Following transmission, the episodes were all available for viewing on the BBC's Torchwood website, but were later removed from the site after the end of the first series. Both series of the Declassified installments have been included on the series box sets.

Contents

  • Episodes 1
    • Series 1 (2006–2007) 1.1
    • Series 2 (2008) 1.2
    • Series 3 (2009) 1.3
    • Series 4 (2011) 1.4
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Episodes

Series 1 (2006–2007)

Episode # Original airdate Episode title Torchwood episode
19 October 2006 "Welcome to Torchwood"
1 23 October 2006 "Jack's Back" "Everything Changes"
2 23 October 2006 "Bad Day at the Office" "Day One"
3 30 October 2006 "Living History" "Ghost Machine"
4 6 November 2006 "Girl Trouble" "Cyberwoman"
5 13 November 2006 "Away with the Fairies" "Small Worlds"
6 20 November 2006 "The Country Club" "Countrycide"
7 27 November 2006 "There's Something About Mary" "Greeks Bearing Gifts"
8 4 December 2006 "Beyond the Grave" "They Keep Killing Suzie"
9 11 December 2006 "Dead Man Walking" "Random Shoes"
10 18 December 2006 "Time Flies" "Out of Time"
11 25 December 2006 "Weevil Fight Club" "Combat"
12 1 January 2007 "Blast from the Past" "Captain Jack Harkness"
13 1 January 2007 "To the End" "End of Days"

Series 2 (2008)

Episode # Original airdate Episode title Torchwood episode
14 23 January 2008 "Home and Hart" "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang"
15 24 January 2008 "Sleepless in Cardiff" "Sleeper"
16 31 January 2008 "Step Back in Time" "To the Last Man"
17 7 February 2008 "Save the Whale" "Meat"
18 14 February 2008 "Past Imperfect" "Adam"
19 20 February 2008 "Animal Pharm" "Reset"
20 28 February 2008 "Death Defying" "Dead Man Walking"
21 6 March 2008 "Dead Eyes Open" "A Day in the Death"
22 13 March 2008 "Something New" "Something Borrowed"
23 19 March 2008 "In Living Colour" "From Out of the Rain"
24 21 March 2008 "Quid Pro Quo" "Adrift"
25 28 March 2008 "Clean State" "Fragments"
26 4 April 2008 "Avulsion"[1] "Exit Wounds"

Series 3 (2009)

One 30-minute episode was included on the DVD release of Children of Earth.

Episode # Original airdate Episode title Torchwood episode
27 13 July 2009 (DVD only) "Cracking Children of Earth" Children of Earth

Series 4 (2011)

Two episodes were included on the DVD release of Torchwood: Miracle Day. The first one was once again a half hour episode, whereas the second one runs for fifteen minutes.

Episode # Original airdate Episode title Torchwood episode
28 14 November 2011 (DVD only) "Behind the Scenes" Miracle Day
29 14 November 2011 (DVD only) "FX Special on Miracle Day" Miracle Day

References

  1. ^ "Listing for Torchwood Declassified".  

External links

  • Torchwood Declassified on TARDIS Data Core, an external wiki
  • Torchwood Declassified at the Internet Movie Database
  • Torchwood Declassified at TV.com
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