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November 10th, 2011 12 comments

Reminder Sarah Jane Adventures – BBC1 Today

The Sarah Jane Adventures – Sky

Thursday 10th and Friday 11th November 4.30 – 5.00pm BBC1 and BBC1 HD

The last Television stories of The Sarah Jane Adventures start on BBC1 today with part 1 of Sky. The series has already been shown on the CBBC channel.

Alien investigator Sarah Jane Smith is back on CBBC with a fifth and final series of the award-winning The Sarah Jane Adventures, starring the late Elisabeth Sladen.

Created by Russell T Davies, the hugely successful Doctor Who spin-off returns for a brand-new, six-part series, featuring three stories, each told over two episodes. The first is the spectacular two-part story, Sky.

In today’s episode, Sarah Jane finds a baby girl on her doorstep and tries to find out who abandoned her.

At a nearby nuclear power station, a beautiful woman appears out of thin air and uses alien powers to take control. She’s looking for something – and realises that Sarah Jane may just have it…

Part 2 Friday 11th November 4.30 – 5.00pm BBC1 and BBC1 HD…

Today, Sky has undergone an amazing transformation, but in doing so has triggered a countdown that no one can stop.

As Sarah Jane and Sky find themselves trapped between the alien war fought by Metalkind and Fleshkind, Clyde and Rani face a race against time to stop the biggest bang in history…

Six series 5 episodes (3 Full stories) were filmed at the same time as series 4 last year, long before Elisabeth Sladen sadly died.


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