Does anyone know about the rumour floating around about Doctor Who Dark Journey heading to the CBC in 2015? I know they co-produced series 1 in 2005.
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Doctor Who Dark Journey is a fan-produced audio series of Doctor Who meets Sherlock Holmes/Jack the Ripper, but it's not an official part of the Doctor Who wobbly-canon.
This interview, despite the terrible audio quality, explicitly refers to it as a fan production, and does not try to fit into the official BBC chronology - he's not any of the existing Doctors:
and he's explicitly referred to as "the last regeneration" of the Doctor, full of guilt and grief near the end of his life.
So I don't think you'll see anything being published "officially". This isn't a BBC-sanctioned production, and as such, it's unlikely to be broadcast officially on any offical radio or TV station that works with the BBC. Their site and Facebook page link to a Soundcloud page where it's published.
Doctor Who Dark Journey started out as a fan made audio play but has since been tapped for a possible move to Canadian public television in some form or another with the original producers as the show runners.
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