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Presented by Kristen O'Brien and Barney Harwood. Produced by Simon Hall

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Totally Doctor Who 204 Episode Summary
Opens with Barney dancing with the showgirls while Kirsten boasts that she get to go to New York to visit the real Empire State Building.

A couple of pigmen bother the guests which include Amanda Raison who played Tallulah.

Kirsten goes to the top of the ESB and gives a great tour with information. I had no idea that the ESB had 73 lifts!

Quick interview with Helen Raynor then onto the Choreographer challenge. Team Totally teams are challenged with creating the movements of the pigmen.

Who Goes There turned out to be the augmented pig from the episode World War Three.

Click here for the Infinite Quest episode guide.

Back to the interview with Amanda, then more with Helen Raynor and some creative writing with a cliffhangar, suggesting there'll be more next episode.

No appearance by Freema or David in this episode apart from a lot of clips from stories they were in. A bit of a slow episode this week.

Radio Times Blurb
Totally Doctor Who

Friday 27 April
4:00pm - 4:30pm

Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien look at everything Doctor Who with exclusive behind-the-scenes clips, and the next instalment of exclusive Doctor Who animation, The Infinite Quest. There are chats with Miranda Raison, who plays dancing girl Tallulah, and writer Helen Raynor, whilst Team Totally take on a choreography challenge.

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