1. "Smith and Jones" by Russell T. Davies, directed by Charles Palmer
2. "The Shakespeare Code" by Gareth Roberts, directed by Charles Palmer
3. Episode 3 by Russell T. Davies, directed by Richard Clarke
4. "Daleks in Manhattan" (part one) by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong
5. Episode 5 (part two) by Helen Raynor, directed by James Strong
6. "The Lazarus Experiment" by Stephen Greenhorn, directed by Richard Clarke
7. "42" by Chris Chibnall, directed by Graeme Harper
8. "Human Nature" (part one) by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer
9. "The Family of Blood" by Paul Cornell, directed by Charles Palmer
10. "Blink" by Steven Moffat, directed by Hettie MacDonald
11. "Utopia" by Russell T. Davies, directed by Graeme Harper
12. "The Sound of Drums" (part one) by Russell T. Davies, directed by Colin Teague
13. Episode 13 (part two) by Russell T. Davies, directed by Colin Teague
Five with RTD's name attached. That's troubling....
But the one that seems most intriguing, based only on the title and from a Toobworld perspective, is of course Episode Seven: "42" by Chris Chibnall.
Will there be any connection to 'The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy'? Perhaps even to 'Lost'?
We know there is a connection to HHG2TG already - the Fourth Doctor was once seen reading "The Origins Of The Universe" by Oolon Colluphid. And the Tenth Doctor revealed that he knew Arthur Dent.
As for 'Lost', regular readers of "Inner Toob" might remember a few weeks ago when I theorized that Desmond unknowingly met the White Guardian in the shop when he wanted to buy a ring for Penny. And there's one more connection I think I can make to the Seventh Doctor, but I'm not yet ready to spring that one.....Just getting the titles for the coming season with only a month to go before the season debut has been difficult enough, so I guess I'll just have to wait to satisfy my spoilerish curiousity until it's closer to that episode's broadcast....