Sunday, 21 December 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #356


1963 - The Daleks, Episode 1: The Dead Planet first broadcast
1965 - The Curse of the Daleks premiered at Wyndham's Theatre in London
1968 - The Invasion, Episode 8 first screened
1988 - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Part 2 first screened
1992 The Time Meddler, Episode 1: The Watcher repeated on UK Gold
1993 Destiny of the Daleks, Part 4 repeated on UK Gold
1994 Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Invisible Enemy, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1997 The Visitation Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1998 - The Web Planet, Episode 2: The Zarbi repeated on Space; Terror of the 
Autons, Episode 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Paradise Towers Omnibus
repeated on KQED Plus
1999 The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre repeated on Space; and The Silurians, Episode 3 repeated on BBC2
2000 - The Sontaran Experiment, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2002 Mindwarp Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2003 Mindwarp Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2007 - The Sound of Drums and Doctor Who Confidential: The Saxon Mystery both repeated on BBC3
2008 - The Satan Pit and Doctor Who Confidential: Religion, Myths and Legends both repeated on UNC-TV; Doomsday repeated on WXXI; and Turn Left and Doctor Who Confidential: Here Come the Girls both repeated on BBC3
2009 The Sontaran Stratagem and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Send in the Clones both repeated on ABC2; and Dreamland Omnibus repeated on BBC2
2010 - The Doctor Dances repeated on Space; Fear Her and Midnight both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The End of Time, Part 1 repeated on BBC HD
2011 Gridlock repeated on BBC America and Watch; Daleks in Manhattan
 repeated on BBC America; Voyage of the Damned and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: 'Ello 'Ello 'Ello both repeated on UKTV (Aus); The End of Time, Part 2 repeated on BBC3; The Eleventh Hour and The Beast Below both first screened on Fox (Germany); Amy's Choice repeated on Space; and Hornet's Nest: A Sting in the Tale, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra
2012 - Final performance of the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular held at the Sydney Opera House; and Planet of the Dead repeated on Watch
2013 The Unquiet DeadAliens of London and World War Three all repeated on France 4; The Christmas Invasion repeated on RAI4; The Hungry Earth repeated on BBC Nordic; The Impossible AstronautDay of the MoonThe Doctor's WifeThe Rebel FleshThe Almost PeopleA Good Man Goes to WarLet's Kill HitlerNight TerrorsThe Girl Who WaitedThe God ComplexClosing Time and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe all repeated on Fox (Germany); The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Fox; The Wedding of River Song repeated on BBC3 and Fox; Asylum of the DaleksDinosaurs on a Spaceship 
and A Town Called Mercy all repeated on Syfy (Spain); The Power of Three and The Angels Take Manhattan both repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The Snowmen repeated on Syfy (Portugal); The Rings of Akhaten 
repeated on Syfy (Portugal) and Syfy (Spain); Cold War and Hide both repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; Nightmare in Silver repeated on Jeem TV (Middle East); Me, You and Doctor Who and An Adventure in Space and Time both
repeated on BBC2; Best of the Christmas Specials and Best of the Companions 
both repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; and Doctor Who Confidential: Breaking the Silence repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific
2014 - The Krotons, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Retro TV; The Seeds of 
Doom, Part 6 repeated on KPTS; Meglos, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC;
Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 1 and 2, Amy's Choice and The Curse of the Black Spot all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Attack of the Cybermen Omnibus repeated on Horror;
Doctor Who TV Movie repeated on Drama; Rose, The End of the World and The Unquiet Dead all repeated on France 4; World War Three repeated on UNC-TV;
Dalek, The Long Game, Father's Day, The Empty Child, Boom Town, Bad Wolf, The Parting of the Ways, New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, The Age of Steel, The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit, Love & Monsters, Fear Her, Army of Ghosts and Doomsday all repeated on Space; The Doctor Dances repeated on Space and KNCT; The Christmas Invasion 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Space; Rise of the Cybermen 
repeated on Space and Iowa PTV; The Runaway Bride repeated on Space and WILL; The Fires of Pompeii and Planet of the Ood both repeated on KCPT; The Next Doctor and Doctor Who's Greatest Moments both repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Vincent and the Doctor repeated on UKTV (NZ); The Pandorica Opens and The Impossible Astronaut both repeated on KCPT2; The Big Bang repeated on WPT, Idaho PTV and KCPT2; A Christmas Carol repeated on Watch and KCPT2; Asylum of the Daleks repeated on OETA; Cold War repeated on BBC Entertainment South Africa; Hide repeated on WTTW Prime; Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and The Crimson Horror both repeated on RAI4; Nightmare in Silver repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The Time of the Doctor repeated on Watch; Into the Dalek repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; Death in Heaven first screened on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific and repeated on DR3; and Doctor Who Confidential: Cybermen repeated on Iowa PTV

Doctor Who Vs. Tomorrow Never Dies

The eighteenth entry in the James Bond film franchise, 
and the second to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional British secret agent Commander Bond, was released by 
Eon Productions and United Artists in 1997.
As no Ian Fleming stories were left to adapt, this film 
was the first not to bear any relation to the writer's life 
or works.
The feature was shot on location in France, Thailand, 
Germany, Mexico and England with interiors filmed at the custom-built 007 Stage (opened in 1976) at Pinewood studios. 
The theme song by Sheryl Crow was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Grammy award.
Tomorrow Never Dies was shown on ITV4 again last night as part of the network's Christmas Bond season, and included these twenty-four Doctor Who cast connections:

  • Jonathan Pryce (Elliot Carver) played the Master (pictured) in The Curse of Fatal Death
  • Colin Salmon (Robinson here and next two films) was Dr. Moon in Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead, then voiced Trooper Salway for Big Finish's Wirrn Dawn (2009)
  • Geoffrey Palmer (Roebuck) was Edward Masters in The Silurians, the Administrator in (episode 1 of) The Mutants, and Captain Hardaker in Voyage of the Damned 
  • Colin Stinton (Greenwalt) and Nichola McAuliffe (BMW Voice) both appeared in The Sound of Drums, as President Arthur Winters and Vivien Rock
  • Christopher Bowen (Commander) was Mordred in Battlefield
  • Pip Torrens (Captain) was Headmaster Rocastle in Human Nature and The Family of Blood
  • Julian Rhind-Tutt (Yeoman) voiced Lexhan for The Paradise of Death 
  • Hugh Bonneville (Officer) was Captain Henry Avery in The Curse of the Black Spot, and voiced Tsar Nicholas I for The Angel of Scutari (BF, 2009)
  • Jason Watkins (Officer) was Webley in Nightmare in Silver, voiced the Legate of the Caliph for The Destroyer of Delights, and was the White Guardian in The Chaos Pool (BF, both 2009)
  • David Ashton (First Sea Lord) was Kendron in Timelash
  • Neil Finnighan (Thug) was a stuntman on Dalek
  • Dennis Matsuki (Guest) began his acting career as a Coolie in The Talons of Weng-Chiang
  • Curtis Rivers (German/Guard) doubled for John Barrowman (as Captain Jack) in UtopiaThe Sound of Drums and Torchwood
  • for Dinny Powell and Rocky Taylor (Thugs) see my blogs for The Avengers
  • composer David Arnold had also provided a new arrangement of the Doctor Who theme tune for Big Finish's Eighth Doctor releases
  • sound effects editor Peter Baldock was an Acolyte in (part 4 of) The Face of Evil
  • Dani Biernat was also a stunt performer on The Christmas Invasion, New Earth, The Sound of Drums and Amy's Choice
  • stuntmen Ray De-Haan, Tom Lucy, Crispin Layfield and Derek Lea all worked on the revived run whilst Jim Dowdall was an Extra on the classic series

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #355

1992 The Web Planet Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1993 Destiny of the Daleks, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1994 Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Invisible Enemy, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1997 - The Web Planet, Episode 1 repeated on Space
1998 - The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre repeated on Space; The Silurians, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on WCET; Frontier in Space, Episodes 5 and 6 both repeated on LPB; Planet of the Daleks, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; The Time Warrior Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Revenge of the Cybermen,
Part 2 repeated on WQED and Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on MPBN; Underworld 
Omnibus repeated on KSPS; Earthshock, Part 4 repeated on WUSF; The Twin Dilemma Omnibus repeated on WUFT; The Happiness Patrol, Part 3 and Silver Nemesis, Part 1 both repeated on KBTC
1999 The Web Planet, Episode 5: Invasion repeated on Space; and Logopolis Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
2003 - The Mysterious Planet Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2007 Utopia and Doctor Who Confidential: 'Ello 'Ello 'Ello both repeated on BBC3
2009 - Army of Ghosts repeated on WXXI
2010 - Love & Monsters repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Waters of Mars repeated
on BBC HD; Celebrity Eggheads: Doctor Who Special first screened on BBC2; and
Orbis, Episode 2 repeated on Radio 7
2011 - The Runaway BrideThe Time of Angels and Doctor Who Confidential 
Cutdown: Stage Fright all repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Shakespeare Code repeated
on Watch; The End of Time, Part 1 repeated on BBC3; The Vampires of Venice 
repeated on Space; The Lodger repeated on WTTW Prime; and Hornet's Nest: A 
Sting in the Tale, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra
2012 Rise of the Cybermen repeated on BBC America; The Next Doctor repeated
 on Watch; The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on BBC3; and Vastra Investigates released on the BBC Red Button
2013 The Idiot's Lantern and The Stolen Earth both repeated on BBC America;
Utopia repeated on Watch; The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on France 4; The Big Bang repeated on BBC Nordic; The Impossible Astronaut and The Curse of the Black Spot both repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Day of the Moon repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Syfy (Portugal); Closing Time repeated on BBC3; The Power of Three repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The Day of the Doctor first screened on DR3; and The Best of the Companions repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD
2014 - The Krotons, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; The Sontaran Experiment Omnibus first screened on Retro TV; Attack of the Cybermen Omnibus 
repeated on Horror; Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead, Aliens of London, World War Three, The Destinations of Doctor Who, The Timey Wimey of Doctor Who, The Companions, Tales From the TARDIS, Doctor Who Explained, The Ultimate Companion, The Ultimate Time Lord and Earth Conquest all repeated on Space; The Christmas Invasion and School Reunion both repeated on BBC America;
Doomsday repeated on UKTV (NZ); Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan and Evolution of the Daleks all repeated on UKTV (Aus); Voyage of the Damned repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Day of the Moon repeated on KCPT2; The Girl Who Waited repeated on Syfy (Aus); The God Complex, Closing Time, The Wedding of River Song and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe all repeated on Syfy (Netherlands) and Syfy (Aus); Asylum of the Daleks repeated on OETA and Syfy (Netherlands); Dinosaurs on a Spaceship repeated on Syfy (Netherlands); The Angels Take Manhattan repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Snowmen repeated on BBC Nordic HD, BBC Polska HD and Watch; Cold War and Hide both repeated on RAI4; The Crimson Horror repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania, Middle East and Jeem TV (Middle East); Nightmare in Silver repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The Time of the Doctor repeated on BBC3; In the Forest of the Night repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Dark Water repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific and Fox (Germany); and Death in Heaven first screened on DR3 and repeated on Fox

Doctor Who Vs. Scrooge

This musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol was released in 1970, and remains the only live-action version of the story to be nominated for Oscars. 
Scrooge is a faithful retelling of the original novella (published in 1843), with a stellar cast led by Albert Finney (winner of a Golden Globe award for his role of that legendary miser, Ebenezer Scrooge), Alec Guinness and Kenneth More. 
Shown on channel Five today (and Christmas Day), the film featured two future Unbound Doctors, David Collings 
(pictured as Bob Cratchit) and Geoffrey Bayldon (Pringle),
and twelve other Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

  • Derek Francis (Gentleman) played Nero in The Romans
  • Mary Peach (Wife) was Astrid Ferrirer in The Enemy of the World
  • Reg Lever (Punch & Judy Man) was the Joker in The Celestial Toymaker: The Hall of Dolls
  • Keith Marsh (Well wisher) was Conway in Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD
  • Stephen Garlick (Child) was Ibbotson in Mawdryn Undead
  • Graham Armitage and Kenneth Waller (both Guests) were Barney in (episode 1 of ) The Macra Terror, and Hedges in The Invisible Enemy(part 2) respectively
  • John Owens (Extra) was Thorpe in The Daemons
  • stuntman Martin Grace was a Thal in Dr. Who and the Daleks
  • John Cox, Gerald Larn and Maurice Gillett all worked on both Dalek films too, as sound supervisor, matte painter and electrician respectively

Friday, 19 December 2014

Doctor Who On This Day #354

1923 - Writer Elwyn Jones born in Cwmaman, Wales
1961 - Actor Matthew Waterhouse born in Hertford
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 5: The Waking Ally first broadcast
1993 The Chase Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1994 - Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Invisible Enemy, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1997 - The Web Planet, Episode 1 first screened on Space
1998 The Edge of Destruction Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The Chase Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Silurians, Episodes 6 and 7 both repeated on NHPTV; Terror of the Autons, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Iowa PTV; The Ark in Space, Part 1 first screened on Prairie PTV; Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC America; Image of the Fendahl, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Prime; Resurrection of the Daleks and Revelation of the Daleks Omnibuses both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Caves of Androzani Omnibus repeated on WUFT
1999 The Web Planet, Episode 4: Crater of Needles repeated on Space; Frontier in Space, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; The Android Invasion, Part 1 repeated on Twin Cities PTV; The Seeds of Doom, Part 1 repeated on Lakeshore PTV and Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; The Sun Makers, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on MiND; The Power of Kroll Omnibus repeated on KRWG; 
Snakedance Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The Cave of Androzani, Part 3 repeated on WUSF; Revelation of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on KSPS; and 30 Years in the TARDIS repeated on WQED
2000 The Ark in Space, Part 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2007 Blink and Doctor Who Confidential: Do You Remember the First Time? both 
repeated on BBC3
2008 Forest of the DeadMidnightDoctor Who Confidential: River Runs Deep 
and Look Who's Talking all repeated on BBC3
2009 Journey's End repeated on BBC3; and Dreamland Omnibus repeated 
on CBBC
2010 - Midnight repeated on WXXI; Orbis, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7; and The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Nickelodeon (Aus)
2011 The Christmas Invasion repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Next Doctor repeated 
on BBC3; The Lodger repeated on WTTW HD; The Girl Who Waited first screened on Syfy (Spain); and Hornet's Nest: The Circus of Doom, Part 2 first broadcast on 
Radio 4 Extra
2012 - The Girl in the Fireplace repeated on BBC America; Voyage of the Damned 
repeated on Watch; The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2 both first screened on Fox (Germany); and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Ship Ahoy! repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2013 New Earth and Turn Left both repeated on BBC America; The Idiot's Lantern 
repeated on France 4; Blink repeated on Watch; Silence in the Library repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Pandorica Opens repeated on BBC Nordic; The Impossible Planet 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Day of the Moon repeated on Syfy (Portugal); and The Bells of Saint John first screened on Syfy (Spain)
2014 -The Silurians, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Horror; The Ark in Space, Parts 3 and 4 both first screened on Retro TV; The Long Game, Father's DayThe Hungry Earth and The Time of the Doctor all repeated on Watch; The Christmas Invasion repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; New Earth and Tooth and Claw both repeated on BBC America; The Poison Sky and The Doctor's Daughter 
both repeated on UKTV (NZ); The Impossible Astronaut repeated on KCPT2; The Curse of the Black Spot, The Girl Who Waited, The God Complex, Closing Time, The Wedding of River Song and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Night Terrors repeated on KLRU; Asylum of the Daleks and Dinosaurs on a Spaceship both repeated on Syfy (Netherlands); The Angels Take Manhattan repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Rings of Akhaten repeated on BBC Entertainment South Africa; Hide repeated on WTTW Prime; Dark Water repeated on DR3; and Hornet's Nest: The Dead Shoes, Part 2 repeated on Radio 4 Extra

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Doctor Who Vs. Poirot, Series 11

David Suchet returned as Agatha Christie's Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot (pictured left) for another three feature-length serials, first transmitted on ITV in the autumn of 2008, whilst the fourth part aired fifteen months later. Zoe Wanamker reprised her role of fellow amateur detective, Ariadne Oliver.
The eleventh season, now being repeated on ITV Encore, featured Mark Gatiss (pictured right as Leonard Boynton in the final story, and writer of the second mystery) and another thirty-one Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

Mrs McGinity's Dead (TX: September 14 2008 - Published 1952)
  • Sarah Smart (Maude) and Raquel Cassidy (Maureen) both appeared in The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People, as Jennifer and Cleaves respectively - Smart also voiced Laura Corbett for Big Finish's The Crooked Man (2014), whilst Cassidy voiced Mesca for The Key 2 Time: The Judgement of Isskar (BF, 2009), Inquisa for Paradoxicide, Destiny Gray for Question Marks (both part of Recorded Time and Other Stories, 2011), Dr. Alison Foster for Destination Nerva (2012), and narrated The Art of Death (BBC, 2012)
  • for Richard Hope (Spence), Sean Clayton (second assistant director) and Nigel Squibbs (mixer) see Series 10 of Poirot
  • Richard Dillane (Summerhayes) was Captain Carter in Let's Kill Hitler and The Wedding of River Song
  • Simon Shepherd (Rendell) starred in a trio of The Serpent Crest stories (AudioGo, 2011) - Tsar Wars (as Boolin), The Broken Crown (as Mr Bewley), and Aladdin Time (as the Magician)
  • Paul Rhys (Upward) voiced Max Paul for The Scapegoat (BF, 2009)
  • Amanda Root (Mrs Rendell) voiced Madeleine Fairweather for The Girl Who Never Was (BF, 2007)
  • Philippa Burt (Attendant) was a Peasant in The Family of Blood
  • series executive producer Damian Timmer made a cameo appearance in An Adventure in Space and Time as a Menoptera
  • Paul Spriggs was also the art director on twenty-seven adventures, from Asylum of the Daleks to Death in Heaven
Cat Among The Pigeons (TX: September 21 - Pub. 1959)
  • Amara Karan (Princess Shaista) was Rita in The God Complex
  • Claire Skinner (Miss Rich) was Madge Arwell in The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe
  • Elizabeth Berrington (Miss Springer) was Auntie in The Doctor's Wife
  • Raji James (Prince Ali) was Dr. Rajesh Singh in Doomsday and Army of Ghosts
  • Miranda Raison (Blanche) was Tallulah in Daleks in Manhattan and Evolution of the Daleks, then voiced Lareen for The Davros Mission (BF, 2007), both Tess Pilkelton and Myra Selfridges for The Wreck of the Titan (2010), and both the Shepherdess and Acquisitor Prime for Persuasion (2013) - she was recently cast as new Big Finish companion, Constance Clarke 
  • Jane How (Lady Veronica) was Rebec in Planet of the Daleks
  • Harriet Walter (Miss Bulstrode) voiced Beatrice Mapp for The Boy that Time Forgot (BF, 2008)
  • Jo Woodcock (Jennifer) voiced Ziv for Starlight Robbery (BF, 2013)
  • stuntman Tom Lucy was the stunt co-ordinator on sixteen episodes from Smith and Jones to The Next Doctor
  • Susan Wooldridge (Miss Chadwick) auditioned for the role of Leela in 1976 (see this blog for the full story)
  • Mick Pantaleo was also first assistant director on A Christmas CarolThe Doctor's Wife and Night Terrors
  • script associate Ian Hallard, now an actor, took the role of Richard Martin for An Adventure in Space and Time, and was Alan-a-Dale in Robot of Sherwood - as a prolific Big Finish artist he voiced Sabian for Primeval (2001), both Mouse and Winkler for Invaders From Mars, Zeuro for Unbound: A Storm of Angels, Castellan Wynter for Gallifrey: Lies and Pandora (all 2005), Joseph Banks for The Transit of Venus; Captain Cannibal and a Suit for The Company of Friends: Izzy's Story, John Polidori for Mary's Story (all 2009), Duncan for An Earthly Child (2010), Comtech Bron Kell for the recent Dark Eyes 2: Time's Horizon, and Davent for the forthcoming Destroy the Infinite
Third Girl (TX: September 28 - Pub. 1966)
  • Jemima Rooper (Norma) voiced Izzy Sinclair for The Company of Friends (BF, 2009) and 
  • James Wilby (Restarick) voiced Tenebris for both The Acheron Pulse and The Shadow Heart (BF, 2012)
Appointment With Death (TX: Christmas Day 2009 - Pub. 1938)
  • Christina Cole (Sarah) and Angela Pleasence (Nanny) both starred in The Shakespeare Code, as Lilith and Queen Elizabeth I respectively
  • Emma Cunniffe (Carol) was Claire in Night Terrors
  • Paul Freeman (Carbury) voiced Jalnik for The Foe from the Future (BF, 2012)
  • Tom Riley (Boynton) was Robin Hood in Robot of Sherwood

Doctor Who On This Day #353

1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 6: Coronas of the Sun broadcast
1992 - The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre repeated on UK Gold; and The Daemons, Episode 5 repeated on BBC2
1994 Attack of the Cybermen Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1997 - The Romans, Episode 4: Inferno first screened on Space
1998 - The Web Planet, Episode 1 repeated on Space; and Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 - The Web Planet, Episode 3: Escape to Danger repeated on Space; The Seeds of Death Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Terror of the Zygons, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC America; The Brain of Morbius Omnibus repeated on Colorado PTV; The Deadly Assassin, Part 2 first screened on Prairie PTV; and The Talons of Weng-Chiang Omnibus repeated on MPT
2000 The Ark in Space, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2003 - Scream of the Shalka, Episode 6 released online
2007 The Family of Blood and Doctor Who Confidential: Bad Blood both repeated on BBC3
2009 - Vengeance of Morbius first broadcast on BBC7
2010 - K9, Episode 1: Regeneration first broadcast on Five; and The Infinite Quest Omnibus repeated on CBBC
2011 - The Silurians, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; Bad Wolf,
The Parting of the Ways and The Satan Pit all repeated on Watch; Flesh and Stone and Doctor Who Confidential: Blinded by the Light both repeated on MPTV; and Day of the Moon first screened on KBS2
2012 School Reunion repeated on BBC America; The Runaway Bride repeated on Watch; The Next Doctor repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Snowmen premiered at TC8, BBC TV Centre
2013 The Satan PitLove & MonstersFear HerArmy of Ghosts and Midnight all repeated on BBC America; The Family of Blood repeated on Watch; The Unicorn and the Wasp repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Lodger repeated on BBC Nordic; The Impossible Astronaut repeated on Syfy (Portugal); The Crimson Horror repeated on Jeem TV (UK); Nightmare in Silver and The Name of the Doctor both repeated on Fox (Germany); and The Day of the Doctor repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America
2014 The Silurians, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Horror; The Ark in Space, Parts 1 and 2 both first screened on Retro TV; The Sontaran Experiment Omnibus and Day of the Moon both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Aliens of London, World War ThreeAmy's Choice and The Snowmen all repeated on Watch; Cold Blood repeated on UKTV (NZ); A Christmas Carol repeated on KCPT2; The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on Syfy (Netherlands); The Bells of Saint John repeated on BBC America and BBC Entertainment South Africa; The Rings of Akhaten repeated on BBC America; Hide repeated on WTTW Prime; and Hornet's Nest: The Dead Shoes, Part 1 repeated on Radio 4 Extra