The British Film Institute has revealed that the thrilling climax to series 4 will be shown to mark David Tennant's time as the Doctor as part of their Doctor Who At 50 series of monthly screenings.
The two-part adventure The Stolen Earth and Journey's End will be screened at the event which takes place on Sunday 29th September at 2pm at BFI Southbank. The episodes are packed with guest stars as the Doctor and Donna (Catherine Tate) are joined in the struggle against Davros and the Daleks by Rose and Jackie Tyler (Billie Piper and Camille Coduri), Micky Smith (Noel Clark), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen), along with appearances from Bernard Cribbins, Eve Myles, Gareth David Lloyd, Tommy Knight and Penelope Wilton.
Guest stars for the Q&A session which follows the screening have not yet been announced.
As with previous BFI Doctor Who At 50 screenings, tickets will be allocated by member ballot
Visit the BFI website for instructions on how to sign up and apply
Other recently announced screenings are:
Saturday 27 July, 2pm
The Seventh Doctor - Remembrance of the Daleks - SOLD OUT
Saturday 24 August, 2pm
The Ninth Doctor - Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways - SOLD OUT
Saturday 5 October, 10am
The Eighth Doctor - Doctor Who: The Movie - TICKET DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED