Peter-DavisonDayshmm. room to get confused.
Start with the Saturday event:
Five days to ” The Day of the Doctor”, the 50th anniversary special of the science fiction television series Dr. Who.


The Day of the Doctor premieres on BBC One, at 7.50pm on Saturday, 23 November.
For us here in the Eastern Standard Time zone that would translate into 2:50 pm Saturday afternoon, on the Canadian Channel “Space”.

6 days to the 101st Grey Cup held in Regina Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Roughriders against the Hamilton TigerCats.
Going to be a good game! A Cold game!
Looks like a high of -10C and a low that morning of -15C


“So, you want to go to the Grey Cup? Well, that’s going to be a tough trip to arrange, Tiger-Cats fan, and it’ll cost you.

First, the flights. A quick search on — sadly, we’re not actually booking for ourselves, here — shows flights will cost around $1,000 return. Many of the options are already down to the dreaded “one seat left” warning. Worse still, if you want to fly on Friday after work and be back at the office on Monday, you’ll probably have to fly from Toronto.

One of your best options? For $899 you can fly from Toronto to Regina on Friday at 6 p.m., making stops in Edmonton and Calgary (lovely.) As a plus, the Riders fans will likely still be partying when you arrive at 1:30 a.m.”


“Speaking of partying, where can a ‘Cats fan get a beer around here?’ Any Hamilton fan entering Rider Nation should expect some hostility, but surely there’s a bar where they’ll be welcomed.

“Oh no, no, no no,” said CBC assignment producer David Horth, our man on the ground in Regina. He said even if a group of Hamilton fans get together, “they’re going to be outnumbered.”

Not to worry though, Horth says, as Riders fans are mostly friendly. “They’re just loud.” ”