Monday, 20 October 2014

Doctor Who Vs. Waking The Dead, Series 5

The fifth season of this BBC crime drama series first aired in the autumn of 2005. 
Series regulars Trevor Eve (as Superintendent Peter Boyd), Sue Johnston (Dr. Grace Foley), and Wil Johnson (DI Spencer Jordan) were now joined by French actress Félicité Du Jeu (as DS Stella Goodman) and Esther Hall (Dr. Felix Gibson).
This twelve-part series began a repeat run on the Drama channel tonight, and featured another thirty-three Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

Towers of Silence 
(TX: September 18 & 19 2005)
  • Gerard Murphy (Alcock) played Richard Maynarde in Silver Nemesis
  • Nina Wadia (Roshni) was Dr Ramsden in The Eleventh Hour
  • David Walliams (Bell) appeared in the Doctor Who Night sketches for BBC2 (1999), voiced Quincy Flowers and Ned Cotton for Phantasmagoria (Big Finish, 1999), and was Gibbis (pictured) in The God Complex 
  • Andrew Havill (Simmons) was the Chief Steward in Voyage of the Damned, and voiced both Aleister Portillon and Squire Claude for The Witch From the Well (BF, 2011)
  • Michael Jenn (Prison Officer) was Clarence in The Name of the Doctor
  • Sara Stewart (Claire) provided the Computer voice for The End of the World
  • Marcus Catlin was also first assistant director on four Series 5 episodes
  • Richard Hammett was a stuntman on The Runaway Bride too
Black Run (TX: September 25 & 26)
  • Robin Soans (Adamson) was Luvic in The Keeper of Traken
  • Paul Kulik was a stuntman on Rose too
  • Rod Woodruff was also the stunt co-ordinator on Rose and World War Three 
  • stunt double Charles Jarman was a stuntman on The Lazarus Experiment
  • Geff Francis (McNeill) was George [Maitland] in The Bells of Saint John
Subterraneans (TX: October 2 & 3)
  • Ayesha Dharker (Mary) was Solana Mercurio in Planet of the Ood
  • Mark Monero (Barnes) was Cleric Pedro in The Time of Angels and Flesh and Stone
  • John Bennett (Rosenthal) was General Finch in Invasion of the Dinosaurs, and Li H'sen Chang in The Talons of Weng-Chiang
  • Tom Lucy was also the stunt co-ordinator on sixteen recent episodes, from Smith and Jones to The Next Doctor, and twenty installments of Torchwood
Straw Dog (TX: October 9 & 10)
  • Tom Ellis (Taylor) was Dr Thomas Mulligan in Last of the Time Lords
  • Paul Freeman (Hoyle) voiced Jalnik for The Foe from the Future (BF, 2012), an unused TV script by Robert Banks Stewart
  • Angela Bruce (Judge) was UNIT Brigadier Winifred Bambera in Battlefield, and Animal (BF, 2011)
  • Dominic Kemp (Clerk) was Kahler-Mas in A Town Called Mercy
  • film editor Crispin Green also edited six stories, from Tooth and Claw to Forest of the Dead
  • Paul Heasman was stunt co-ordinator on Survival too, and was an uncredited Nazi in Silver Nemesis
  • Lee Sherward was also stunt co-ordinator on eleven episodes of the revived series, Torchwood: Miracle Day and Sherlock
Undertow (TX: October 16 & 17)
  • Cheryl Campbell (Maureen) was Ocean Waters in The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Vault of Secrets
  • Sharon Duncan Brewster (Sarah) was Maggie Cain in The Waters of Mars
  • Peter Hamilton Dyer (Wright) made his TV debut as Embery in Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Lucienne Suren was also art director on Asylum of the DaleksThe Angels Take Manhattan and An Adventure in Space and Time
Cold Fusion (TX: October 23 & 24)
  • Mark Lewis Jones (McQueen) voiced Professor Oliver Mortlake for the forthcoming audio story, The Darkness of Glass
  • Mark Kileen (Lab Biosuit) was a German Officer in Let's Kill Hitler
  • Paul Copley (Day) was Clem McDonald in Torchwood: Children of Earth, and voiced Dad for Spare Parts (BF, 2002)
  • Sean Jackson (Constable) voiced George Crow for The Marian Conspiracy (BF, 2000)
  • stunt double William Willoughby was a stuntman on RoseSmith and JonesDaleks in ManhattanEvolution of the DaleksThe Pandorica OpensA Good Man Goes to WarThe Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, and Torchwood, and doubled for Matt Smith in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and was Ben Browder's double (as Isaac) in A Town Called Mercy

Doctor Who On This Day #294


1941 - Actress Anneke Wills born Anna Katarina Willys, in Berkshire
1979 City of Death, Part 4 first broadcast
1990 100,000 BC, Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls repeated on BSB
1993 The Hand of Fear, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1994 The Two Doctors, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Android Invasion, Part 4 repeated on UK Gold
1996 Vengeance on Varos Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1997 100,000 BC, Episode 1: An Unearthly Child first screened on Space
1998 100,000 BC, Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls repeated on Space; and The War Games, Episode 7 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 - The Silurians, Episode 4 repeated on Space; and The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 Planet of the DaleksEpisode 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2001 - The Horns of Nimon, Part 2 first screened on Prairie PTV; and Enlightenment Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2002 Robot, Part 3 repeated on WSKG; Destiny of the Daleks 
Omnibus repeated on MPT; and Mawdryn Undead Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2003 The Pirate Planet, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on UK Gold
2007 The Doctor Dances repeated and Doctor Who Confidential: Weird Science first screened, both on LPB; The Girl in the Fireplace first screened on Nederland 2; and Dr. Who and the Daleks screened on Syfy (Spain)
2009 Planet of the Ood and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Oods 
and Ends both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Forest of the Dead 
repeated and Greatest Moments: The Master first screened, both on BBC3
2010 World War Three and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Why 
on Earth? both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Smith and Jones 
repeated on Space
2011 The Invasion of Time, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Time of Angels repeated on UKTV (Aus); A Christmas Carol repeated on BBC America; and The Wedding of River Song first screened on Prime
2012 The Rebel Flesh first screened on DR3
2013 The Tomb of the Cybermen Omnibus, The End of Time, Parts 
1 and 2, The Beast BelowVictory of the DaleksThe Time of Angels
Flesh and Stone and The Vampires of Venice all repeated on Space; 
Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; Pyramids of Mars Omnibus repeated on Watch; Underworld, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Unquiet DeadAsylum of the Daleks 
and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Coming to America all repeated on UKTV (Aus); School Reunion and The Girl in the Fireplace both 
repeated on Syfy (Portugal); 42Human Nature and Doctor Who Confidential: Finale all repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; 
The Family of BloodBlinkUtopiaThe Sound of Drums and Last of 
the Time Lords all repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; 
Voyage of the DamnedTurn LeftThe Stolen EarthJourney's End 
all repeated on Fox, Germany; Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead both repeated on UKTV; Planet of the Dead repeated on BBC Entertainment Middle East, Watch and Fox; The Waters of Mars 
repeated on Watch and France 4; The Eleventh Hour repeated on Space and France 4; Day of the Moon repeated on TV3; A Good Man 
Goes to War repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; 
Dinosaurs on a Spaceship repeated on UKTV (NZ); A Town Called Mercy repeated on Jeem TV (UK); The Power of Three repeated on MPTV; The Angels Take Manhattan repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Iowa Public TV; The Doctors Revisited: The Second Doctor first screened on Space; The Doctors Revisited: The Fourth Doctor first screened on Watch; and Doctor Who Explained first screened on ABC2
2014 - Inferno, Episodes 4 and 5 both first screened on Horror; 
Meglos, Parts 1 and 2 and The God Complex all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Parting of the Ways repeated on Watch; The Idiot's Lantern repeated on UKTV (NZ); Amy's Choice repeated on WPT; The Pandorica Opens repeated on YLE TV2; The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe and Asylum of the Daleks both repeated on BBC America; 
Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS repeated on WSIU; Time Heist and The Caretaker both repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, Episode 1 repeated on CBBC; and Doctor Who Extra: Flatline repeated on BBC Red Button

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #293


1987 Paradise Towers, Part 3 first broadcast
1988 Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 3 first screened
1993 The Hand of Fear, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Android Invasion, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1997 - Meglos Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1998 - 100,000 BC, Episode 1: An Unearthly Child repeated on Space; The War Games, Episode 6 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Two Doctors Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1999 - The Silurians, Episode 3 repeated on Space; and The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 - Planet of the DaleksEpisode 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2002 Snakedance Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2003 The Ambassadors of Death, Episodes 6 and 7 and Arc of Infinity Omnibus all repeated on UK Gold
2006 Totally Doctor Who (#1.5) repeated on CBBC
2007 Bad Wolf repeated on UK Gold
2008 The Impossible Planet repeated on WXXI; and Dead London
first broadcast on Radio 7
2009 The Family of Blood and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Bad Blood both repeated on ABC2; and Silence in the Library repeated and Greatest Moments: The Cybermen first screened, both on BBC3
2010 Aliens of LondonPartners in CrimeDoctor Who Confidential Cutdown: I Get a Sidekick Out of You and A Noble Return all repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Doomsday and The Vampires of Venice both repeated on Space
2011 The Invasion of Time, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Victory of the Daleks repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Big Bang repeated on BBC America
2012 The Mutants, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); and The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on BBC America
2013 Spearhead from Space Omnibus and The Impossible Planet 
both repeated on Watch; Smith and JonesThe Shakespeare Code
42Human Nature and Partners in Crime all repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; GridlockDaleks in ManhattanEvolution of the Daleks and The Lazarus Experiment all repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Doctor's DaughterThe Unicorn and the WaspSilence in the Library
Forest of the Dead and Midnight all repeated on Fox, Germany; The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on France 4; The Impossible Astronaut repeated on BBC3 and TV3; The Doctor's Wife repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Rebel Flesh repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD, BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Almost People repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler both repeated on RAI4; The God Complex repeated on BBC Nordic; A Town Called Mercy and The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith 
Omnibus both repeated on Jeem TV (Middle East); The Doctors Revisited: The Third Doctor first screened on Watch; Doctor Who Confidential: Welcome to Torchwood repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; and Doctor Who Confidential: After Effects repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East
2014 The Brain of Morbius, Part 1 repeated on KPTS; Nightmare
of Eden, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; The Leisure Hive
Parts 3 and 4 and The Girl Who Waited all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Unquiet Dead repeated on KNCT; The Long Game and The Companions both repeated on Watch; The Age of Steel and Smith and Jones both 
repeated on UKTV (NZ); Fear Her and Doctor Who Confidential: The Fright Stuff both repeated on Iowa PTV; Daleks in Manhattan
Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42Human Nature 
and The Family of Blood all repeated on KCPT2; Amy's Choice repeated on WPT; The Pandorica Opens repeated on Really Scary TV; The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on KLRU; The Almost People repeated on OETA; A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler both repeated on RAI4; Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and The Crimson Horror both repeated on France 4; The Name of the Doctor repeated on MPB; Robot of Sherwood repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; 
The Caretaker repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; Kill The Moon first screened on BBC Nordic; Mummy on the Orient Express first screened on Prime and repeated on BBC America; Flatline first screened on BBC America and Space and repeated on BBC3; Doctor Who Extra: Flatline repeated on BBC Red Button; The Ultimate Guide Cutdowns, Part 2 repeated on BBC3; and Earth Conquest: The World Tour first screened on YLE TV2

Doctor Who Vs. Waking The Dead, Series 8

Series regulars Trevor Eve, Sue Johnston, Wil Johnson, and Tara Fitzgerald all returned (as DS Boyd, Dr. Foley and Dr. Lockhart) for season eight of this award-winning BBC crime drama series, which first aired in the autumn of 2009.
Magdalene 26 saw the departure of French actress, Félicité Du Jeu (as DC Stella Goodman) after three full series, when the Cold Case detective was shot and killed. Newcomer Stacey Roca also joined the programme in the same story, although her role (as DS Katrina Howard) only lasted for this eight-part series.
This penultimate season of Waking the Dead, which continued a repeated run on the Drama channel last night, featured another fifteen Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

Magdalene 26 (TX: September 6 & 7 2009)
  • Daniel Pirrie (Muller) was Joe Buchanan (pictured) in The God Complex
  • Jason Hunjan (Topal) was a stuntman on Voyage of the Damned and The Next Doctor
  • Simon Clark was the sound recordist on An Adventure in Space and Time too
  • series prosthetics designer Waldo Mason was in the SFX crew for Aliens of London
  • for Tom Lucy see my blog for Series 5
End of the Night (TX: September 13 & 14)
  • Rory Kinnear (Mitcham) voiced Samuel Belfrage for Industrial Evolution (Big Finish, 2011)
  • Trevor Laird (DI Vedder) was Frax in Mindwarp, and played Martha Jones' dad, Clive in Smith and JonesThe Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords
  • Elizabeth Rider (DI Smith) provided the ATMOS voice for The Sontaran Stratagem and was Linda in The Time of the Doctor
Substitute (TX: September 20 & 21)
  • for Graham Brown (series SFX supervisor) and Lee Sherward (stunt co-ordinator) see my blog for Series 6
End Game (TX: September 27 & 28)
  • Big Finish artist Alexander Siddig (Mohammed) voiced Rosto for Sisters of the Flame and Vengeance of Morbius (both 2008), the Captain for The Wreck of the Titan (2010), and the Sultan for 1001 Nights (2012)
  • Bertie Carvel (Dench) was the Mysterious Man in The Lazarus Experiment
  • for George Rainsford (Luke Boyd) see my blog for Series 7
  • Michelle Tate (Ellen) was Abigail in The Crimson Horror
  • Adam Trotman was the film editor on the forthcoming Christmas special too

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #292


1963 An Unearthly Child Pilot episode remounted
1975 Planet of Evil, Part 4 first broadcast
1980 Meglos, Part 4 first screened
1986 Mindwarp, Part 3 first screened
1989 Ghost Light, Part 3 screened
1993 The Hand of Fear, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1994 The Mark of the Rani, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1995 - The Android Invasion, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Romans, Episode 1: The Slave Traders repeated on Space; The Curse of Peladon Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Carnival of Monsters, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; The Time Monster, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on LPB; The Ark in Space, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on MPBN; Genesis of the Daleks, Part 2 repeated on WQED; The Hand of Fear Omnibus repeated on KSPS; Full Circle Omnibus repeated on WFWA; The Keeper of Traken Omnibus repeated on WTBU; Kinda, Part 4 repeated on WUSF; The Caves of Androzani, Part 1 repeated on KRCB; Time and the Rani, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; and The Curse of Fenric Omnibus repeated on WCET
1999 - The Silurians, Episode 2 repeated on Space; The Creature from the Pit Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus; and Earthshock, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 Frontier in Space, Episode 6 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2003 The Ambassadors of Death, Episodes 6 and 7 and Time Flight Omnibus all repeated on UK Gold
2006 Army of Ghosts and Doomsday both repeated on BBC3
2007  Boom Town repeated on UK Gold
2009 The Age of Steel repeated on WXXI; and Greatest Moments: The Daleks first screened and The Unicorn and the Wasp repeated, both on BBC3
2010 Doctor Who Live moved to the NIA, Birmingham; The Unquiet 
Dead and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: TARDIS Tales both
repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Daleks in Manhattan repeated on BBC3
2011 Underworld, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Stolen Earth and The Beast Below both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Pandorica Opens repeated on BBC America
2012 The Mutants, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); and Day of the Moon repeated on BBC America
2013 Underworld, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Girl in the Fireplace repeated on BBC America; Gridlock repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Daleks in Manhattan repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific and Syfy (Portugal); Last of the Time Lords repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Tooth and Claw 
and The Unicorn and the Wasp both repeated on Watch; The Big Bang repeated on TV3; The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on ABC2; The Doctor's Wife repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC  Polska HD; The God Complex repeated on BBC Nordic; and The Wedding of River Song repeated on RAI4
2014 The Mind of Evil, Episodes 4 and 5 both first screened on Retro TV; The Curse of Fenric Omnibus repeated on Horror; Aliens of LondonWorld War Three and Dalek all repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Long Game repeated on Watch; The Girl in the Fireplace repeated on UKTV (NZ); Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42
Human Nature and The Family of Blood all repeated on Syfy (Aus); 
Blink repeated on KCPT2; The Doctor's Daughter and The Unicorn and 
the Wasp both repeated on Space; The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood
Vincent and the Doctor and The Lodger all repeated on Really Scary TV; The Rebel Flesh repeated on RAI4; The Almost People repeated on RAI4 and OETA; The Girl Who Waited and The God Complex both 
repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; Dinosaurs on a Spaceship repeated on Jeem TV (Middle East); A Town Called Mercy and The Power of Three both repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; Robot of Sherwood first screened on DR3; 
Kill The Moon repeated on Fox, Germany; Mummy on the Orient Express repeated on ABC2 and Fox; Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express first screened on ABC2; Flatline first screened on BBC1, ABC1 and Fox; Doctor Who Extra: Flatline released on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button; and Earth Conquest: The World Tour first screened on ABC1

Doctor Who Vs. Octopussy

The thirteenth entry in the James Bond film franchise, the sixth to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent Bond, was released by Eon Productions and MGM/United Artists in 1983, shortly before the unofficial Never Say Never Again.
Taking its title from Ian Fleming's short story collection, Octopussy and the Living Daylights (published in 1965), the film's plot is original but does include some inspiration from The Property of a Lady (1967) and Moonraker (1955).
The movie was shot mainly on location in India, with the interiors filmed as usual at Pinewood studios. Octopussy was shown on ITV4 tonight, and featured these twenty-one Doctor Who cast connections:
  • Steven Berkoff (Orlov) played the Shakri in The Power of Three
  • Philip Voss (Auctioneer) was Acomat in Marco Polo, and Wahed in (episode 1 of) The Dominators
  • Patrick Barr (Ambassador) was Jack Hobson in The Moonbase
  • Gertan Klauber (Bubi was the Galley Master in The Romans: All Roads Lead to Rome, and Ola in The Macra Terror
  • Michael Moor (Thug) was an Extra in The Silurians (6)
  • RJ Bell (German) began his career as the Garm in Terminus
  • Jennifer Hill (Wife) was Mrs. Peace (pictured) in The Unquiet Dead
  • Ingrid Pitt (Galley Mistress) was Queen Galleia in The Time Monster, and Dr. Solow in Warriors of the Deep - Pitt and her husband, Tony Rudlin, submitted a Doctor Who script in 1984, which was eventually produced as The Macros by Big Finish in 2010
  • for Albert Moses (Salruddin) and Jeremy Bulloch (Smithers) see my blog for The Spy Who Loved Me
  • future EastEnders actress Nicola Stapleton (Girl) was Mandy Slater in Dimensions in Time
  • child actor Gary Russell (Teen) went on to write and direct Real Time, adapt and produce Shada for Big Finish, then direct The Infinite Quest and Dreamland, produced The Gunpowder Plot, and served as script editor on TorchwoodMusic of the SpheresCity of the DaleksBlood of the CybermenThe Waters of MarsThe End of Time and The Sarah Jane Adventures pilot
  • Rocky Taylor (Roger Moore's stunt double), stunt co-ordinator Martin Grace and stuntmen Tip Tipping, Jim Dowdall, Chris Webb, Nick Hobbs, Stuart Fell, Arthur Howell and Nick Wilkinson all worked in similar capacities on the classic and recent runs

Friday, 17 October 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #291


1936 - Director Timothy Combe born in Britain
1966 - Writer/Actor Mark Gatiss born in Sedgefield, Co. Durham
1979 - Publication cover date for the first issue of Marvel Comics'
Doctor Who Weekly, priced 12p
1993 Planet of Evil Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1994 The Mark of the Rani, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Android Invasion, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Keys of Marinus Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Dominators Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The War Games, Episodes 1 to 5 all repeated on UKTV (Aus) and Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on NHPTV; The Ambassadors of Death, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Iowa PTV; The Three Doctors, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Colorado PTV; Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 3 and 4 first screened on BBC America; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 6 and Horror of Fang Rock, Part 1 both repeated on BBC Prime; and 
Mawdryn Undead Omnibus repeated on WUFT
1999 The Silurians, Episode 1 repeated on Space; The Mutants, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; The Time Monster, Episode 6 and The Three Doctors, Episode 1 both repeated on WCET; The Green Death, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on NHPTV; Pyramids of MarsParts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV, Part 2 repeated on Lakeshore PTV and Omnibus repeated on MPT; Planet of Evil, Part 2 repeated on Twin Cities PTV; The Masque of Mandragora, Part 4 repeated on WQED; The Robots of Death, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on MiND; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 5 repeated on MPBN; The Invisible Enemy Omnibus repeated on KRWG; Warriors' Gate Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Resurrection of the Daleks, Part 2 (of 4) repeated on WUSF and Omnibus repeated on KSPS
2000 Frontier in Space, Episode 5 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2003 The Pirate Planet, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on UK Gold
2004 The Two Doctors Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2005 Carnival of Monsters and Adventures in Space and Time both repeated on UK Gold
2006 - Fear Her repeated on BBC3
2007 The Doctor Dances repeated on UK Gold
2009 The Fires of Pompeii and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: The Italian Job both repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2010 - The Sontaran Stratagem repeated on WXXI
2011 - Underworld, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The 
Eleventh Hour repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Vincent and the Doctor 
and The Lodger both repeated on BBC America
2012 The Sea Devils, Episodes 5 and 6 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Blink and Utopia both first screened on Fox, Germany; and The Impossible Astronaut repeated on BBC Americaunde
2013 Underworld, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); 
The End of the World repeated on UKTV (Aus); School Reunion 
repeated on BBC America; Smith and Jones and The Shakespeare 
Code both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Gridlock 
repeated on Syfy (Portugal); The Sound of Drums repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Voyage of the Damned and Victory of 
the Daleks both repeated on France 4; The Doctor's Daughter 
both repeated on Watch; The Pandorica Opens repeated on TV3; Day of the Moon repeated on ABC2; Closing Time repeated on RAI4; The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, Episode 2 repeated on Jeem TV (UK); Greatest Moments: The Enemies repeated on BBC3; and Doctor Who Confidential: Stage Fright repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East
2014 - Inferno, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on Horror; The Mind of Evil, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on Retro TV; Bad Wolf repeated on Watch; New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School ReunionThe Girl in the FireplaceRise of the CybermenThe Idiot's Lantern, The God Complex and Closing Time all repeated on BBC America; Smith and Jones repeated on UKTV (NZ); Evolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment, 42 and Human Nature all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Family of Blood repeated on Syfy (Aus) and KCPT2; The Hungry EarthCold Blood and Vincent and the Doctor 
all repeated on Really Scary TV; The Lodger repeated on YLE TV2; 
The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on KLRU; The Girl Who 
Waited repeated on BBC Nordic HD, BBC Polska HD and Syfy (Aus); 
The Wedding of River Song repeated on Syfy (Aus) and Jeem TV (Middle East); Asylum of the Daleks repeated on Jeem TV (Middle East); A Town Called Mercy repeated on WTTW Prime; The Name of the Doctor repeated on Karusel; Into the Dalek repeated on DR3; The Caretaker repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and BBC Polska; and Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express 
repeated on BBC Red Button