Some good news for Doctor Who fans!
"Doctor Who: Doctors Revisited" is a series of 11 specials that will air one per month from January to November as part of the 50th anniversary celebration. Even better, these are not "Best of..." specials with "personalities," but actual episodes of Doctor Who!!!
The First Doctor special on January 27 is the four-part (25 minutes each) story "The Aztecs," which originally aired in May-June 1964. Presumably, this means Doctors 2-7 will each have a four-part story aired from February to July, the 1996 movie in August (as it was the only Eighth Doctor story), then two-part (45 minutes each) stories for Doctors 9, 10 and 11 from September to November. And apparently there will be one 60-minute 50th anniversary special in November.
Next, BBC One and BBC America have confirmed that the rest of S7 begins Saturday, March 30!! BBC America have not confirmed a time yet, but I suspect it will be 8pm, not 9pm. Unless BBC America changes the schedule, their new sci-fi show Orphan Black has been announced to premiere on March 30 at 9pm. My guess is that they'll put Doctor Who at 8pm to give Orphan Black the best lead-in possible.
Can't wait for March 30!