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During Jon Pertwee 's second season as the Doctor, in the serial Terror of the Autons , images of murderous plastic dolls, daffodils killing unsuspecting victims, and blank-featured policemen marked the apex of the show's ability to frighten children.
Nevertheless, Nathan-Turner also got into trouble with BBC executives over the violence he allowed to be depicted for season 22 of the series in , which was publicly criticised by controller Michael Grade and given as one of his reasons for suspending the series for 18 months.
The phrase " Hiding behind or 'watching from behind' the sofa " entered British pop culture , signifying in humour the stereotypical early-series behaviour of children who wanted to avoid seeing frightening parts of a television programme while remaining in the room to watch the remainder of it.
The electronic theme music too was perceived as eerie, novel, and frightening, at the time. A article placed this childhood juxtaposition of fear and thrill "at the center of many people's relationship with the show",  and a online vote at Digital Spy deemed the series the "scariest TV show of all time".
The image of the TARDIS has become firmly linked to the show in the public's consciousness; BBC scriptwriter Anthony Coburn , who lived in the resort of Herne Bay, Kent , was one of the people who conceived the idea of a police box as a time machine.
The 21st century revival of the programme became the centrepiece of BBC One's Saturday schedule and "defined the channel".
On 4 August , a live programme titled Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor  was broadcast on BBC One, during which the actor who was going to play the Twelfth Doctor was revealed.
Doctor Who originally ran for 26 seasons on BBC One, from 23 November until 6 December Some notable exceptions were: The Daleks' Master Plan , which aired twelve episodes plus an earlier one-episode teaser,  " Mission to the Unknown ", featuring none of the regular cast  ; almost an entire season of seven-episode serials season 7 ; the ten-episode serial The War Games ;  and The Trial of a Time Lord , which ran for fourteen episodes albeit divided into three production codes and four narrative segments during season The programme was intended to be educational and for family viewing on the early Saturday evening schedule.
However, science fiction stories came to dominate the programme, and the history-orientated episodes, which were not popular with the production team,  were dropped after The Highlanders While the show continued to use historical settings, they were generally used as a backdrop for science fiction tales, with one exception: Black Orchid , set in s England.
The early stories were serialised in nature, with the narrative of one story flowing into the next, and each episode having its own title, although produced as distinct stories with their own production codes.
Of the programme's many writers , Robert Holmes was the most prolific,  while Douglas Adams became the most well known outside Doctor Who itself, due to the popularity of his Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy works.
The serial format changed for the revival , with a series usually consisting of thirteen minute, self-contained episodes 60 minutes with adverts, on overseas commercial channels , and an extended minute episode broadcast on Christmas Day.
This system was shortened to twelve episodes and one Christmas special following the revival's eighth series , and ten episodes from the eleventh series.
Each series includes both standalone and multiple episodic stories, often linked with a loose story arc that is resolved in the series finale.
As in the early "classic" era, each episode, whether standalone or part of a larger story, has its own title. Occasionally, regular-series episodes will exceed the minute run time; notably, the episodes " Journey's End " from and " The Eleventh Hour " from exceeded an hour in length.
Four mini-episodes, running about eight minutes each, were also produced for the , and Children in Need charity appeals, while another mini-episode was produced in for a Doctor Who -themed edition of The Proms.
The 2-part story, entitled Dimensions in Time , was made in collaboration with the cast of the BBC soap-opera EastEnders and was filmed partly on the EastEnders set.
A two-part mini-episode was also produced for the edition of Comic Relief. Starting with the special " Planet of the Dead ", the series was filmed in i for HDTV ,  and broadcast simultaneously on BBC One and BBC HD.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the show, a special 3D episode, " The Day of the Doctor ", was broadcast in In June , it was announced that due to the terms of a deal between BBC Worldwide and SMG Pictures in China , the company has first right of refusal on the purchase for the Chinese market of future series of the programme until and including Series Between about and , large amounts of older material stored in the BBC's various video tape and film libraries were either destroyed, [note 3] wiped , or suffered from poor storage which led to severe deterioration from broadcast quality.
This included many old episodes of Doctor Who , mostly stories featuring the first two Doctors: William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton.
In all, 97 of episodes produced during the first six years of the programme are not held in the BBC's archives most notably seasons 3, 4, 5, from which 79 episodes are missing.
In , almost all episodes then made were known to exist at the BBC,  while by the practice of wiping tapes and destroying "spare" film copies had been brought to a stop.
No s episodes exist on their original videotapes all surviving prints being film transfers , though some were transferred to film for editing before transmission, and exist in their broadcast form.
Some episodes have been returned to the BBC from the archives of other countries who bought prints for broadcast, or by private individuals who acquired them by various means.
Audio versions of all of the lost episodes exist from home viewers who made tape recordings of the show. Short clips from every story with the exception of Marco Polo , " Mission to the Unknown " and The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve also exist.
In addition to these, there are off-screen photographs made by photographer John Cura , who was hired by various production personnel to document many of their programmes during the s and s, including Doctor Who.
These have been used in fan reconstructions of the serials. These amateur reconstructions have been tolerated by the BBC, provided they are not sold for profit and are distributed as low-quality copies.
One of the most sought-after lost episodes is part four of the last William Hartnell serial, The Tenth Planet , which ends with the First Doctor transforming into the Second.
The BBC, in conjunction with animation studio Cosgrove Hall , reconstructed the missing episodes 1 and 4 of The Invasion , using remastered audio tracks and the comprehensive stage notes for the original filming, for the serial's DVD release in November The missing episodes of The Reign of Terror were animated by animation company Theta-Sigma, in collaboration with Big Finish , and became available for purchase in May through Amazon.
In April , Blue Peter launched a challenge to find missing Doctor Who episodes with the promise of a full-scale Dalek model as a reward.
On 10 October , the BBC announced that films of eleven episodes, including nine missing episodes, had been found in a Nigerian television relay station in Jos.
Episode 3 of The Web of Fear is still missing. The Doctor was initially shrouded in mystery. In the programme's early days, the character was an eccentric alien traveller of great intelligence who battled injustice while exploring time and space in an unreliable time machine , the " TARDIS " an acronym for Time and Relative Dimension in Space , which notably appears much larger on the inside than on the outside a quality referred to as "dimensionally transcendental".
The initially irascible and slightly sinister Doctor quickly mellowed into a more compassionate figure and was eventually revealed to be a Time Lord , whose race are from the planet Gallifrey , which the Doctor fled by stealing the TARDIS.
Producers introduced the concept of regeneration to permit the recasting of the main character. This was prompted by the poor health of the original star, William Hartnell.
The term "regeneration" was not conceived until the Doctor's third on-screen regeneration; Hartnell's Doctor merely described undergoing a "renewal", and the Second Doctor underwent a "change of appearance".
The serials The Deadly Assassin and Mawdryn Undead established that a Time Lord can only regenerate 12 times, for a total of 13 incarnations.
This line became stuck in the public consciousness despite not often being repeated, and was recognised by producers of the show as a plot obstacle for when the show finally had to regenerate the Doctor a thirteenth time.
Although the idea of casting a woman as the Doctor had been suggested by the show's writers several times, including by Newman in and Davies in , until , all official depictions were played by men.
Whittaker had previously starred in television series such as Return to Cranford , Broadchurch alongside David Tennant Tenth Doctor and the dystopian anthology Black Mirror.
In addition to those actors who have headlined the series, others have portrayed versions of the Doctor in guest roles.
Notably, in , John Hurt guest-starred as a hitherto unknown incarnation of the Doctor known as the War Doctor in the run-up to the show's 50th anniversary special " The Day of the Doctor ".
On rare occasions, other actors have stood in for the lead. In The Five Doctors , Richard Hurndall played the First Doctor due to William Hartnell's death in ; 34 years later David Bradley similarly replaced Hartnell in Twice Upon a Time.
In Time and the Rani , Sylvester McCoy briefly played the Sixth Doctor during the regeneration sequence, carrying on as the Seventh.
For more information, see the list of actors who have played the Doctor. In other media, the Doctor has been played by various other actors, including Peter Cushing in two films.
The casting of a new Doctor has often inspired debate and speculation. Common topics of focus include the Doctor's gender prior to the casting of Whittaker, all official incarnations were male , race all Doctors were white prior to the casting of Jo Martin in " Fugitive of the Judoon " and age the youngest actor to be cast is Smith at 26, and the oldest are Capaldi and Hartnell, both There have been instances of actors returning at later dates to reprise the role of their specific Doctor.
In 's The Three Doctors , William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton returned alongside Jon Pertwee. For 's The Five Doctors , Troughton and Pertwee returned to star with Peter Davison, and Tom Baker appeared in previously unseen footage from the uncompleted Shada serial.
For this episode, Richard Hurndall replaced William Hartnell. Patrick Troughton again returned in 's The Two Doctors with Colin Baker.
In , Peter Davison returned in the Children in Need short " Time Crash " alongside David Tennant. In " The Name of the Doctor " , the Eleventh Doctor meets a previously unseen incarnation of himself, subsequently revealed to be the War Doctor.
In , the First Doctor this time portrayed by David Bradley returned alongside Peter Capaldi in " The Doctor Falls " and " Twice Upon a Time ".
Throughout the programme's long history, there have been revelations about the Doctor that have raised additional questions. In The Brain of Morbius , it was hinted that the First Doctor might not have been the first incarnation although the other faces depicted might have been incarnations of the Time Lord Morbius.
In subsequent stories the First Doctor was depicted as the earliest incarnation of the Doctor. In Mawdryn Undead , the Fifth Doctor explicitly confirmed that he was then currently in his fifth incarnation.
Later that same year, during 's 20th Anniversary special The Five Doctors , the First Doctor enquires as to the Fifth Doctor's regeneration; when the Fifth Doctor confirms "Fourth", the First Doctor excitedly replies "Goodness me.
So there are five of me now. In the episode "The Time of the Doctor," the Eleventh Doctor clarified he was the product of the twelfth regeneration, due to a previous incarnation which he chose not to count and one other aborted regeneration.
The name Eleventh is still used for this incarnation; the same episode depicts the prophesied "Fall of the Eleventh" which had been trailed throughout the series.
While the Doctor was early on described as from the planet Gallifrey , as first mentioned in The Time Warrior , these origins were retconned in The Timeless Children , and the Doctor was shown as from another unknown dimension or universe.
In the same story, it was revealed that First Doctor was not actually the earliest incarnation of the Doctor. During the Seventh Doctor's era, it was hinted that the Doctor was more than just an ordinary Time Lord.
In the television film , the Eighth Doctor describes himself as being "half human". The programme's first serial, An Unearthly Child , shows that the Doctor has a granddaughter, Susan Foreman.
In the serial, Tomb of the Cybermen , when Victoria Waterfield doubts the Doctor can remember his family because of, "being so ancient", the Doctor says that he can when he really wants to—"The rest of the time they sleep in my mind".
The series reveals that the Ninth Doctor thought he was the last surviving Time Lord, and that his home planet had been destroyed; in " The Empty Child " , Dr.
Constantine states that, "Before the war even began, I was a father and a grandfather. Now I am neither.
In " The Wedding of River Song " , it is implied that the Doctor's true name is a secret that must never be revealed; this is explored further in " The Name of the Doctor " , when River Song speaking his name allows the Great Intelligence to enter his tomb, and in "The Time of the Doctor" where speaking his true name becomes the signal by which the Time Lords would know they can safely return to the universe.
One of the roles of the companion is to be a reminder for the Doctor's "moral duty". These characters were intended to act as audience surrogates , through which the audience would discover information about the Doctor who was to act as a mysterious father figure.
Notable companions from the earlier series included Romana Mary Tamm and Lalla Ward , a Time Lady ; Sarah Jane Smith Elisabeth Sladen ; and Jo Grant Katy Manning.
Dramatically, these characters provide a figure with whom the audience can identify, and serve to further the story by requesting exposition from the Doctor and manufacturing peril for the Doctor to resolve.
Some have died during the course of the series. Companions are usually human, or humanoid aliens. Since the revival, the Doctor generally travels with a primary female companion, who occupies a larger narrative role.
Steven Moffat described the companion as the main character of the show, as the story begins anew with each companion and she undergoes more change than the Doctor.
The tenth series introduced Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts ,  the Doctor's first openly gay companion. Pearl Mackie said that the increased representation for LGBTQ people is important on a mainstream show.
Some companions have gone on to re-appear, either in the main series or in spin-offs. Sarah Jane Smith became the central character in The Sarah Jane Adventures —11 following a return to Doctor Who in Guest stars in the series included former companions Jo Grant, K9 , and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart Nicholas Courtney.
The character of Jack Harkness also served to launch a spin-off, Torchwood , — in which Martha Jones also appeared.
With the show's revival, executive producer Russell T Davies stated his intention to reintroduce classic icons of Doctor Who.
Davies' successor, Steven Moffat, has continued the trend by reviving the Silurians in series 5, Cybermats in series 6, the Great Intelligence and the Ice Warriors in Series 7, and Zygons in the 50th Anniversary Special.
Besides infrequent appearances by enemies such as the Ice Warriors, Ogrons , the Rani , and Black Guardian , three adversaries have become particularly iconic: the Daleks, the Cybermen, and the Master.
The Dalek race, which first appeared in the show's second serial in ,  are Doctor Who ' s oldest villains. The Daleks are Kaleds from the planet Skaro , mutated by the scientist Davros and housed in mechanical armour shells for mobility.
The actual creatures resemble octopuses with large, pronounced brains. Their armour shells have a single eye-stalk, a sink-plunger-like device that serves the purpose of a hand, and a directed-energy weapon.
Their main weakness is their eyestalk; attacks upon them using various weapons can blind a Dalek, making it go mad.
Their chief role in the series plot, as they frequently remark in their instantly recognisable metallic voices, is to "exterminate" all non-Dalek beings.
They even attack the Time Lords in the Time War , as shown during the 50th Anniversary of the show. They continue to be a recurring 'monster' within the Doctor Who franchise, their most recent appearance being the episodes " Resolution ".
Davros has also been a recurring figure since his debut in Genesis of the Daleks , although played by several different actors. The Daleks were created by writer Terry Nation who intended them to be an allegory of the Nazis  and BBC designer Raymond Cusick.
A Dalek appeared on a postage stamp celebrating British popular culture in , photographed by Lord Snowdon. In " Victory of the Daleks " a new set of Daleks were introduced that come in a range of colours; the colour denoting its role within the species.
Cybermen were originally a wholly organic species of humanoids originating on Earth's twin planet Mondas that began to implant more and more artificial parts into their bodies.
This led to the race becoming coldly logical and calculating cyborgs , with emotions usually only shown when naked aggression was called for.
With the demise of Mondas, they acquired Telos as their new home planet. They continue to be a recurring 'monster' within the Doctor Who franchise.
The series introduced a totally new variation of Cybermen. These Cybus Cybermen were created in a parallel universe by the mad inventor John Lumic; he was attempting to preserve the humans by transplanting their brains into powerful metal bodies, sending them orders using a mobile phone network and inhibiting their emotions with an electronic chip.
The Master is the Doctor's archenemy , a renegade Time Lord who desires to rule the universe. Conceived as " Professor Moriarty to the Doctor's Sherlock Holmes ",  the character first appeared in As with the Doctor, the role has been portrayed by several actors, since the Master is a Time Lord as well and able to regenerate; the first of these actors was Roger Delgado , who continued in the role until his death in The Master was briefly played by Peter Pratt and Geoffrey Beevers until Anthony Ainley took over and continued to play the character until Doctor Who's hiatus in The Master returned in the television movie of Doctor Who , and was played by American actor Eric Roberts.
Following the series revival in , Derek Jacobi provided the character's re-introduction in the episode " Utopia ". During that story, the role was then assumed by John Simm who returned to the role multiple times through the Tenth Doctor 's tenure.
This incarnation is played by Michelle Gomez. John Simm returned in his role as the Master in the tenth series.
The Doctor Who theme music was one of the first electronic music signature tunes for television, and after more than a half century remains one of the most easily recognised.
The original theme was composed by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop , with assistance from Dick Mills and was released as a single on Decca F in The Derbyshire arrangement served, with minor edits, as the theme tune up to the end of season 17 — It is regarded as a significant and innovative piece of electronic music, recorded well before the availability of commercial synthesisers or multitrack mixers.
Each note was individually created by cutting, splicing, speeding up and slowing down segments of analogue tape containing recordings of a single plucked string, white noise , and the simple harmonic waveforms of test-tone oscillators , intended for calibrating equipment and rooms, not creating music.
New techniques were invented to allow mixing of the music, as this was before the era of multitrack tape machines.
On hearing the finished result, Grainer asked, "Jeez, Delia, did I write that? A different arrangement was recorded by Peter Howell for season 18 , which was in turn replaced by Dominic Glynn 's arrangement for the season-long serial The Trial of a Time Lord in season 23 Keff McCulloch provided the new arrangement for the Seventh Doctor 's era which lasted from season 24 until the series' suspension in American composer John Debney created a new arrangement of Ron Grainer 's original theme for Doctor Who in For the return of the series in , Murray Gold provided a new arrangement which featured samples from the original with further elements added; in the Christmas episode " The Christmas Invasion ".
A new arrangement of the theme, once again by Gold, was introduced in the Christmas special episode, " Voyage of the Damned "; Gold returned as composer for the series.
A revised version of Gold's arrangement had its debut over the opening titles of the Christmas special " The Snowmen ", and a further revision of the arrangement was made for the 50th Anniversary special " The Day of the Doctor " in November Versions of the "Doctor Who Theme" have also been released as pop music over the years.
In the early s, Jon Pertwee, who had played the Third Doctor, recorded a version of the Doctor Who theme with spoken lyrics, titled, "Who Is the Doctor".
In the band The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu later known as The KLF released the single " Doctorin' the Tardis " under the name The Timelords, which reached No.
Both the theme and obsessive fans were satirised on The Chaser's War on Everything. The theme tune has also appeared on many compilation CDs, and has made its way into mobile-phone ringtones.
Fans have also produced and distributed their own remixes of the theme. In January the Mankind version was released as a digital download on the album Gallifrey And Beyond.
On 26 June , producer Chris Chibnall announced that the musical score for series 11 would be provided by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire alumnus Segun Akinola.
Most of the innovative incidental music for Doctor Who has been specially commissioned from freelance composers, although in the early years some episodes also used stock music , as well as occasional excerpts from original recordings or cover versions of songs by popular music acts such as The Beatles and The Beach Boys.
Since its return, the series has featured occasional use of excerpts of pop music from the s to the s.
The incidental music for the first Doctor Who adventure, An Unearthly Child , was written by Norman Kay.
Many of the stories of the William Hartnell period were scored by electronic music pioneer Tristram Cary , whose Doctor Who credits include The Daleks , Marco Polo , The Daleks' Master Plan , The Gunfighters and The Mutants.
Other composers in this early period included Richard Rodney Bennett , Carey Blyton and Geoffrey Burgon. The most frequent musical contributor during the first 15 years was Dudley Simpson , who is also well known for his theme and incidental music for Blake's 7 , and for his haunting theme music and score for the original s version of The Tomorrow People.
He also made a cameo appearance in The Talons of Weng-Chiang as a Music hall conductor. In starting with the serial The Leisure Hive the task of creating incidental music was assigned to the Radiophonic Workshop.
Paddy Kingsland and Peter Howell contributed many scores in this period and other contributors included Roger Limb , Malcolm Clarke and Jonathan Gibbs.
The Radiophonic Workshop was dropped after 's The Trial of a Time Lord series, and Keff McCulloch took over as the series' main composer until the end of its run, with Dominic Glynn and Mark Ayres also contributing scores.
From the revival to the Christmas episode " Twice Upon a Time ",  all incidental music for the series was composed by Murray Gold and Ben Foster , and has been performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales from the Christmas episode " The Christmas Invasion " onwards.
A concert featuring the orchestra performing music from the first two series took place on 19 November to raise money for Children in Need. David Tennant hosted the event, introducing the different sections of the concert.
Murray Gold and Russell T Davies answered questions during the interval and Daleks and Cybermen appeared whilst music from their stories was played.
The concert aired on BBCi on Christmas Day A Doctor Who Prom was celebrated on 27 July in the Royal Albert Hall as part of the annual BBC Proms.
The BBC Philharmonic and the London Philharmonic Choir performed Murray Gold's compositions for the series, conducted by Ben Foster, as well as a selection of classics based on the theme of space and time.
The event was presented by Freema Agyeman and guest-presented by various other stars of the show with numerous monsters participating in the proceedings.
It also featured the specially filmed mini-episode " Music of the Spheres ", written by Russell T Davies and starring David Tennant.
On 26 June , producer Chris Chibnall announced that the musical score for the eleventh series would be provided by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire alumnus Segun Akinola.
Six soundtrack releases have been released since The first featured tracks from the first two series,  the second and third featured music from the third and fourth series respectively.
The fourth was released on 4 October as a two disc special edition and contained music from the — specials The Next Doctor to " End of Time Part 2 ".
In , a 50th-anniversary boxed set of audio CDs was released featuring music and sound effects from Doctor Who's year history.
The celebration continued in with the release of Doctor Who: The 50th Anniversary Collection Four LP Box Set by New York City-based Spacelab9.
The company pressed 1, copies of the set on "Metallic Silver" vinyl, dubbed the "Cyberman Edition".
Premiering the day after the assassination of John F. Kennedy , the first episode of Doctor Who was repeated with the second episode the following week.
Doctor Who has always appeared initially on the BBC's mainstream BBC One channel, where it is regarded as a family show, drawing audiences of many millions of viewers; episodes were also repeated on BBC Three , before its transition to an online-only channel.
The programme's popularity has waxed and waned over the decades, with three notable periods of high ratings. Its late s performance of three to five million viewers was seen as poor at the time and was, according to the BBC Board of Control, a leading cause of the programme's suspension.
Some fans considered this disingenuous, since the programme was scheduled against the soap opera Coronation Street , the most popular show at the time.
The BBC One broadcast of " Rose ", the first episode of the revival, drew an average audience of Doctor Who has been broadcast internationally outside of the United Kingdom since , a year after the show first aired.
The scope of the broadcast was a world record, according to Guinness World Records. Doctor Who is one of the five top-grossing titles for BBC Worldwide , the BBC's commercial arm.
Only four episodes have ever had their premiere showings on channels other than BBC One. The story Silver Nemesis was broadcast with all three episodes airing back to back on TVNZ in New Zealand in November, after the first episode had been shown in the UK but before the final two instalments had aired there.
New Zealand was the first country outside the United Kingdom to screen Doctor Who , beginning in September , and continued to screen the series for many years, including the new series from In Australia , the show has had a strong fan base since its inception, having been exclusively first run by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC since January See Doctor Who in Australia The ABC has periodically repeated episodes; of note were the weekly screenings of all available classic episodes starting in , for the show's 40th anniversary, and the weekdaily screenings of all available revived episodes in for the show's 50th anniversary.
The ABC broadcasts the modern series first run on ABC1 and ABC ME , with repeats on ABC2 and streaming available on ABC iview.
The series also has a fan base in the United States, where it was shown in syndication from the s to the s, particularly on PBS stations.
TVOntario picked up the show in beginning with The Three Doctors and aired each series several years late through to series 24 in From to , TVO airings were bookended by science-fiction writer Judith Merril who introduced the episode and then, after the episode concluded, tried to place it in an educational context in keeping with TVO's status as an educational channel.
Its airing of The Talons of Weng-Chiang was cancelled as a result of accusations that the story was racist ; the story was later broadcast in the s on cable station YTV.
CBC began showing the series again in The series moved to the Canadian cable channel Space in Series four aired in the United States on the Sci Fi Channel now known as Syfy , beginning in April Series 1 through 3 of Doctor Who were broadcast on various NHK channels from to with Japanese subtitles.
A wide selection of serials are available from BBC Video on DVD, on sale in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and the United States.
Every fully extant serial has been released on VHS, and BBC Worldwide continues to regularly release serials on DVD. The series is also available in its entirety on UMD for the PlayStation Portable.
Eight original series serials have been released on Laserdisc  and many have also been released on Betamax tape and Video One episode of Doctor Who The Infinite Quest was released on VCD.
Only the series from onwards are also available on Blu-ray , except for the story Spearhead from Space , released in July and the TV film Doctor Who released in September Over episodes of the classic series the first 8 Doctors, from to are available to stream on BritBox launched in and Pluto TV.
There are two Dr. Who [ sic ] feature films: Dr. Who and the Daleks , released in and Daleks' Invasion Earth A. Both are retellings of existing television stories specifically, the first two Dalek serials, The Daleks and The Dalek Invasion of Earth respectively with a larger budget and alterations to the series concept.
In these films, Peter Cushing plays a human scientist  named "Dr. Who", who travels with his granddaughter, niece and other companions in a time machine he has invented.
The Cushing version of the character reappears in both comic strips and a short story, the latter attempting to reconcile the film continuity with that of the series.
In addition, several planned films were proposed, including a sequel, The Chase , loosely based on the original series story , for the Cushing Doctor, plus many attempted television movie and big screen productions to revive the original Doctor Who , after the original series was cancelled.
Paul McGann starred in the only television film as the eighth incarnation of the Doctor. After the film, he continued the role in audio books and was confirmed as the eighth incarnation through flashback footage and a mini episode in the revival, effectively linking the two series and the television movie.
In , David Yates announced that he had started work with the BBC on a Doctor Who film, a project that would take three or more years to complete. Yates indicated that the film would take a different approach to Doctor Who ,  although then Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat stated later that any such film would not be a reboot of the series and a film should be made by the BBC team and star the current TV Doctor.
Doctor Who has appeared on stage numerous times. In the early s, Trevor Martin played the role in Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday.
For two performances, while Pertwee was ill, David Banks better known for playing Cybermen played the Doctor. Other original plays have been staged as amateur productions, with other actors playing the Doctor, while Terry Nation wrote The Curse of the Daleks , a stage play mounted in the late s, but without the Doctor.
A pilot episode " A Girl's Best Friend " for a potential spinoff series, K-9 and Company , was aired in with Elisabeth Sladen reprising her role as companion Sarah Jane Smith and John Leeson as the voice of K9 , but was not picked up as a regular series.
Concept art for an animated Doctor Who series was produced by animation company Nelvana in the s, but the series was not produced. Doctor Who - Heute Ab: Science-Fiction Action Familie Mystery.
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Doctor Who: The Burning Eighth Doctor Adventures 37 by Justin Richards. The late nineteenth century -- the age of reason, of enlightenment, of industrialization.
Britain is the workshop of the world, the center of the Empire. Progress has left Middletown behind. The tin mine is worked out, jobs are scarce, and a crack has opened across the moors that the locals believe reaches into the depths of Hell itself.
But things are changing: Lord Urton i The late nineteenth century -- the age of reason, of enlightenment, of industrialization.
But things are changing: Lord Urton is preparing to reopen the mine; the society for Physical Research is interested in the fissure; Roger Nepath and his sister are exhibiting their collection of mystic Eastern artifacts.
People are dying. Then a stranger arrives, walking out of the wilderness: A man with no name, no history.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Doctor Who: The Burning. Dec 14, Allen rated it liked it. Ver basic Doctor Who storytelling, that is also the starting point of the six books long story arc which The Earth Arc that really supposes to soft reset the Eighth Doctor Adventures.
It's good nothing much to say about this one. Dec 08, Jayaprakash Satyamurthy rated it really liked it.
Well written and filled with thought provoking conversations, this novel finds Eight wandering into a Victorian town on the verge of some very strange happenings.
It's a very classic Doctor Who tale, the supporting characters are all rather effective and even memorable, the villain is pathetic and horrific and really, this is just a good, good science fiction novel.
Oct 03, Nenya rated it liked it Shelves: doctor-who. This was the book where I went to look up the author because SO much of the description of desiccated bodies, etc, was straight out of The Banquo Legacy.
Das Ende der Welt. Die rastlosen Toten. Aliens in London 1. Der dritte Weltkrieg 2. Das leere Kind 1. Der Doktor tanzt 2. Der Spalt.His script 'Solitaire' was rated the most popular Doctor Who Companion Chronicle of on the Timescales website and was the runner up in Unreality Sci-fi net's poll for Story of the Year As well John Dorney is a British writer and actor best known for stage roles including the National Theatre, the BBC Radio 4 sitcom My First Planet /5. Please do not try this at home. Burning Heart was the thirtieth novel in the Virgin Missing Adventures series. It was written by Dave Stone and featured the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown. The novel takes place sometime after Vengeance on Varos. 1 Publisher's summary 2 Plot 3 Characters 4 References 5 Notes 6 Continuity 7 External links There's a god in the machine — and the god is insane. In the self-contained Habitat on.