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The next run of episodes starts March 30th.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doc...r-the-Doctors-Return

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My local radio station had a piece this morning saying that the 50th Anniversary edition will feature all 11 Doctors which should be interesting.

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....and old Doctor Who.

US viewers will be able to see a collection of very old Doctor Who stories, starting with William Hartnell this Sunday on BBC AMERICA.
 
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....and old Doctor Who.

US viewers will be able to see a collection of very old Doctor Who stories, starting with William Hartnell this Sunday on BBC AMERICA.


I don't have cable but Netflix has a smattering of the old doctors. The Tom Baker and Peter Davidson are most heavily represented. I would really like to see more of the Hartnell and Patrick Troughton episodes available. Glad that BBC America is playing them though that awesome.

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Look carefully for some very 'Chilling' old villains in this new promo image:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doc...rst-Official-Picture
 
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The next actor to play 'The Doctor' will be announced on a special live show broadcast in the US and UK on Sunday!
 
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Well Peter Capaldi who would have thought it
 
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Do a search on him and you will find his first WHO interview on youtube. Think they will show him in costume at the Prom?-Doubt it. Matt looks very sad. Sometimes I wonder if the Doctor's leave on their own or are asked to leave just to keep the show fresh. I can imagine years from now, long after I'M GONE, THAT A 100TH REGENARTION WILL OCCUR.


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....and old Doctor Who.

US viewers will be able to see a collection of very old Doctor Who stories, starting with William Hartnell this Sunday on BBC AMERICA.


I don't have cable but Netflix has a smattering of the old doctors. The Tom Baker and Peter Davidson are most heavily represented. I would really like to see more of the Hartnell and Patrick Troughton episodes available. Glad that BBC America is playing them though that awesome.


Most of the Classic Doctor Who episodes are now being shown on free-to-air US channel retroTV, a few details here:-

http://www.kasterborous.com/20...turns-us-tv-screens/

no Dalek stories unfortunately.
 
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Doctor Who returns on 31st October 2021 in 'The Halloween Apocalypse'
 
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Doctor Who returns on 31st October 2021 in 'The Halloween Apocalypse'
I watched the first episode of the new season last night. I have to say it was one of the worst episodes of Doctor Who that I have ever seen. Poor script, supported by terrible acting, very iffy special effects and a storyline I've already lost interest in. The really sad part is that I will tune in again next week...regardless Big Grin
 
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Doctor Who returns on 31st October 2021 in 'The Halloween Apocalypse'
I watched the first episode of the new season last night. I have to say it was one of the worst episodes of Doctor Who that I have ever seen. Poor script, supported by terrible acting, very iffy special effects and a storyline I've already lost interest in. The really sad part is that I will tune in again next week...regardless Big Grin
...and this weeks episode was the first one with Jodie Whittaker in the title role that I actually thought was any good. I also, do want to know what happens next week. It's been one of those weeks Big Grin
 
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