The BBC has announced all the episode titles and credits for the upcoming series of 'Doctor Who'.
The first episode is called 'Deep Breath', and is written by Steven Moffat. It's directed by Ben Wheatley.
The second – 'Into the Dalek' – is written by Phil Ford and Moffat, and directed by Ben Wheatley, while the third – 'Robot of Sherwood' – is written by Mark Gatiss and directed by Paul Murphy.
'Listen' is written by Moffat and directed by Douglas Mackinnon, while 'Time Heist' is written by Stephen Thompson and Moffat and is also directed by Douglas Mackinnon.
Episode six is called 'The Caretaker', and is written by Gareth Roberts and Moffat, and directed by Paul Murphy. 'Kill the Moon' is written by Peter Harness and directed by Paul Wilmshurst.
Episodes eight and nine – 'Mummy on the Orient Express' and 'Flatline' respectively – are written by Jamie Mathieson. Eight is directed by Paul Wilmshurst, and nine Douglas Mackinnon.
'In the Forest of the Night' is written by Frank Cottrell Boyce and directed by Sheree Folkson.
Episodes eleven and twelve are written by Moffat, and directed by Rachel Talalay.
In other "Doctor Who' news, Jenna Coleman – who plays Clara – has said that being the Doctor's assistant is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and because of that, she doesn't mind the gruelling schedule.
"When I'm here in Cardiff, it's me and Peter [Capaldi], all day, every day," she told The Independent.
"It's one of those jobs that will only happen once – the whole adventure that it brings. The key is not to worry about the future, and enjoy it."
She also described Capaldi's Doctor as "almost the opposite" to Matt Smith's. She added that the relationship between Clara and The Doctor will be "turbulent".
'Doctor Who' starts on Saturday on BBC One at 7:50pm.