Sunday, 1 May 2016

Doctor Who On This Day #122

1965 - The Space Museum, Episode 2: The Dimensions of Time first screened 
on BBC1
1967 - Marco Polo, Episode 7: Assassin at Peking repeated on TV1 (NZ)
1968 - The Celestial ToymakerEpisode 1: The Celestial ToyroomThe GunfightersEpisode 1: A Holiday for the DoctorThe Savages, Episode 1,
The War Machines, Episodes 1 and 3 and The Tenth Planet, Episode 1 all
repeated on ABC
1969 The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 1 repeated on ABC
1970 The Dominators, Episode 1 repeated and Episode 2 first screened, 
both on ABC
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1
1977 - Planet of the Spiders, Part 1 first screened on TV2 (NZ) and Part 6
repeated on ABC; and Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 1, 2 and 5 repeated and
Part 6 first screened, all on ABC
1978 The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 4 first screened on ABC
1979 The Stones of BloodPart 3 repeated and The Androids of TaraPart 
1 first screened, both on ABC
1980 Terror of the Zygons, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on ABC
1981 Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1982 The Stones of BloodPart 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 The Hand of Fear, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus; and Warriors' Gate
Part 2 repeated on ABC
1985 Carnival of Monsters, Episode 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - Colony in Space, Episode 6 repeated on ABC; and State of Decay,
Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1987 The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1988 The Daemons Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1990 The Ribos Operation, Part 2 repeated on ABC; and The Twin Dilemma,
Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1991 The Power of KrollPart 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 - The Daemons, Episode 5 repeated on TV2 (NZ)
1994 The Stones of Blood Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1995 Colony in Space, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold; and Destiny of the 
Daleks Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1998 The Daleks, Episode 6: The Ordeal repeated on Space; and The Twin
Dilemma, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 The Romans Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus); The War Machines,
Episode 4 repeated on Space; Colony in Space Omnibus repeated on MPT;
Planet of the Daleks, Episodes 2 and 3 both repeated on Iowa PTV; Planet of Evil,
Part 3 first screened on Prairie PTV; The Android Invasion, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC America; The Ribos Operation, Part 3 repeated on BBC Prime; and The Happiness Patrol and Silver Nemesis Omnibuses both repeated on WUFT
2000 The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus);
Snakedance Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus; and Doctor Who TV Movie
first screened on TV3 (RI)
2001 The Seeds of DoomParts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC America; 
The Invasion of Time, Part 5 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Androids of 
Tara, Part 2 repeated on Prime
2002 - Producer John Nathan Turner died in Brighton, aged 54; The Deadly 
Assassin, Part 2 repeated on BBC Kids (Canada); Delta and the Bannermen
Part 3 repeated on BBC Prime; and Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 2 repeated
on UKTV (UK)
2003 Meglos, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC Kids (Canada)
2005 - Logopolis Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Dalek repeated on BBC3
2008 The Seeds of Death, Episodes 4 and 5 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi;
and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Bringing Back The Doctor repeated on
 UKTV (Aus)
2009 The Christmas Invasion repeated on UNC-MX
2010 - The Long Gamrepeated on Syfy (Russia); and Flesh and Stone and
Doctor Who Confidential: Blinded by the Light both first screened
2011 - Flesh and Stone first screened on KBS2; The Impossible Astronaut 
repeated on BBC HD; and Day of the Moon first screened on BBC America and
Space and repeated on BBC3 and BBC HD 
2012 The Giant Robot, Episode 1 repeated on Radio 4 Extra; The Mark of the
Rani, Parts 1 and 2 (of 4) both repeated on  MTV3 SciFi; Planet of Fire, Parts
 1 and 2 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Stolen Earth, Journey's End and
The Eleventh Hour all repeated on BBC America; Cold Blood repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Doctor's Wife and Doctor Who Confidential 
Cutdown: Meet Martha Jones both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Wedding
 of River Song and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: When Time Froze both repeated on ABC2
2013 The Shakespeare Code repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; 
Gridlock repeated on Watch; The Unicorn and the Wasp first screened on YLE TV2; Flesh and Stone repeated on DR3; The Big Bang repeated on BBC America;
Night Terrors repeated on WTTW Prime and UKTV (NZ); Closing Time repeated
on Syfy (Portugal); and The Power of Three repeated on Syfy (Netherlands)
2014 The Daemons, Episodes 4 and 5 both first screened on Horror; Full Circle
Part 4, The Visitation, Part 3 and Fear Her all repeated on Syfy (Aus); World War Three repeated on KCPT2; New Earth and Tooth and Claw both repeated on BBC America; The Runaway Bride repeated on TV3 (Spain); The Poison Sky repeated 
on Really Scary TV; The Big Bang and A Christmas Carol both repeated on Fox (Germany); The Rebel Flesh repeated on UKTV (NZ); A Good Man Goes to War 
repeated on Ztélé; Let's Kill Hitler repeated on Syfy (Portugal); and The Power of ThreeThe Angels Take Manhattan and The Snowmen all repeated on France 4
2015 - 100,000 BC, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Horror; Planet of Evil
Parts 3 and 4 both repeated and Mawdryn UndeadParts 3 and 4 both first 
screened, all on Retro TV; The Empty Child, The Doctor Dances, Boom Town 
and Bad Wolf all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Age of Steel repeated on TV 
Cultura; Fear Her repeated on ABC2; The Lazarus Experiment repeated on BBC 
Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Eleventh Hour repeated on KCPT2; Vincent and 
the Doctor, The Lodger and The Pandorica Opens all repeated on BBC America;
Night Terrors and The Girl Who Waited both repeated on UKTV (NZ); The Bells
of Saint John and The Rings of Akhaten both repeated on BBC Nordic HD and
BBC Polska HD; and Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS repeated on KLRU
2016 The Daemons, Episodes 1 to 3 all repeated on WVPB; Genesis of the 
Daleks, Parts 1 to 3 all repeated on WFWA, WYCC and WSRE; The Brain of Morbius, Part 2 repeated on KRWG; The Robots of Death, Part 3 repeated on KPTS; Paradise Towers, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; Bad Wolf and The
 Parting of the Ways both repeated on BBC Polska HD; Smith and Jones repeated 
on KCPT; Evolution of the Daleks and The Rings of Akhaten both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Utopia, The Crimson Horror and The Doctors Revisited: The Tenth Doctor all repeated on Watch; The Stolen Earth and Journey's End both repeated on EBRU; 
 The Lodger repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Day othe Doctor,
 The Time of the Doctor and Into the Dalek all repeated on Fox (Germany); Deep
 Breath repeated on Fox and Iowa PTV; Robot of Sherwood repeated on WILL;
Time Heist repeated on WXXI; Flatline and In the Forest of the Night repeated on
BBC First (Middle East); Death in Heaven repeated on KERA and KLRU; and Sleep 
No More repeated on Syfy (Latin America) and Syfy (Brazil)

Doctor Who Vs. Inspector Morse: The Dead of Jericho

Central's hugely successful BAFTA winning drama series
was produced by Zenith, and was originally broadcast on 
ITV from 1987 to 2000.
Based on the thirteen crime novels of Colin Dexter
(written between 1975 and 1999), the programme
comprised thirty-three feature-length mysteries.
The cerebral Oxford-based detective was portrayed by
John Thaw (1942-2002). His long-suffering partner,
Sergeant Lewis was played by Kevin Whately, and he
reprised the role for spin-off series Lewis (2006-present).
Dexter made Hitchcock-type cameos in all but three serials,
and a prequel drama, Endeavour, starring Shaun Evans as
the younger Morse, began in 2012.
Dexter's creation has also been adapted for BBC Radio 4 (1992-96), and in 2010, Colin Baker took the lead in a stage version, House of Ghosts.
Repeated again on ITV3 tonight, the first serial (based on Dexter's fifth novel, published in 1981) aired in January 1987, and was produced by Kenny McBain 
(who had directed The Horns of Nimon).
Patrick Troughton starred here as George Jackson (pictured) in one of his final roles for television, with fourteen other Doctor Who cast and crew connections:
  • Norman Jones (CI Bell) played Khrisong opposite Troughton in The Abominable Snowmen, Major Baker in The Silurians, and Hieronymous in The Masque of Mandragora
  • both series regulars James Grout (CS Strange) and Peter Woodthorpe (Max, the pathologist) provided voice roles for Radio 4's Whatever Happened to Susan?
  • Souad Faress (Doctor) was the older Rani Chandra in The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Mad Woman in the Attic
  • Philip Voss (Coroner) was Acomat in Marco Polo, and Wahed in (episode 1 of) The Dominators
  • Gary Powell (PC) was Dev Ashton in 42
  • Lee Richards (Barmaid) was the 'exotic' Romana in (part 1 of) Destiny of the Daleks
  • Rupert Holliday Evans (David) was UNIT Colonel Mace in The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky, and voiced a trio of roles for AudioGo's Demon Quest series: Celtic Warrior for The Relics of Time, an Artist for The Demon of Paris, and Cop for Starfall (all 2010)
  • Annie Lambert (Adele) was Enlightenment in Four to Doomsday
  • Peter Brayham was also stunt co-ordinator on The Christmas Invasion, New Earth and School Reunion
  • stuntman Terry Forrestal was a Tractor Driver in K9 and Company
  • series stuntman Valentino Musetti made these uncredited appearances in the classic run - a Mongol Bandit in Marco Polo: Riders from Shang-Tu, Saracen Warrior in The Crusade: The Lion, an Egyptian in The Daleks' Master Plan: Golden Death and Escape Switch, Prisoner in The Mind of Evil, and Extra in both Colony in Space and The Time Monster
  • Michael Feinberg was also a sound editor on The Lazarus Experiment, and ten episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures
  • first assistant director Peter Bennett was assistant on fourteen installments (from Bad Wolf to The End of Time), production manager on four Series 4 episodes, then produced another six stories for Series 5 and Torchwood: Children of Earth

Saturday, 30 April 2016

Doctor Who On This Day #121

1965 - The DaleksEpisode 5 repeated on TV1 (NZ) and Episode 7 repeated 
on ABC; and Marco Polo, Episodes 2 and 3 both repeated on ABC 
1966 - The Gunfighters, Episode 1: A Holiday for the Doctor first screened 
on BBC1
1968 - The Ark, Episode 4The BombThe Celestial Toymaker, Episode 4: The
 Final TestThe Gunfighters, Episode 4: The OK CorralThe Savages, Episode 4,
The War Machines, Episode 2 and The Smugglers, Episode 4 all repeated on ABC
1972 - The Space Pirates, Episode 4 repeated on ABC
1976 RobotPart 2 repeated on ABC
1979 The Stones of BloodPart repeated and Part 4 first screened, both 
on ABC
1980 Terror of the Zygons, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on ABC
1981 Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1982 The Stones of BloodPart 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 Genesis of the Daleks, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - Composer Marcus Dods died in Henley-on-Thames, aged 66; and Warriors' Gate, Part 1 repeated on ABC
1985 Carnival of Monsters, Episode 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - Colony in Space, Episode 5 repeated on ABC
1987 The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1988 - Warriors' Gate, Parts 3 and 4 and Logopolis Omnibus all repeated on ABC;
and Full Circle, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 Vengeance on Varos Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1990 The Ribos OperationPart 1 repeated on ABC
1991 The Power of KrollPart 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 - Colony in Space, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold; and Battlefield, Part 
2 repeated on BBC2
1995 The Claws of Axos Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1997 Robot, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1998 - The Daleks, Episode 5: The Expedition repeated on Space; and The Caves of AndrozaniPart 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 The War Machines, Episode 3 repeated on Space; The Mind Robber Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Pyramids of Mars, Part 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 Planet of the Spiders, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; Robot, Part
 1 repeated on Lakeshore PTV; The Sontaran Experiment, Part 2 and Genesis of
 the Daleks, Part 1 both repeated on WCET; Revenge of the Cybermen, Part
 1 repeated on KUED and NHPTV and Part 2 repeated on NHPTV; The Deadly Assassin, Part 1 repeated on Twin Cities PTV; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 1 repeated on WQED; Image of the Fendahl Omnibus repeated on KRWG; Horror
 of Fang Rock Omnibus repeated on KNME; Destiny of the Daleks, Parts 3 and 4
both repeated on MiND; Meglos Omnibus repeated on MPT; Full Circle, Part 1 repeated on BBC Prime; The Two Doctors, Part 1 (of 6) repeated on WUSF; and
The Mysterious Planet Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2001 The War MachineOmnibus repeated on KQED Plus; The Seeds of Doom,
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC America; The Invasion of Time, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Androids of Tara, Part 1 repeated on Prime
2002 The Deadly Assassin, Part 1 repeated on BBC Kids (Canada); and
Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (UK)
2003 Meglos, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Kids (Canada)
2005 The Keeper of Traken Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Dalek and
Doctor Who Confidential: The Daleks both first screened
2006 Planet of the Spiders Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; World War Three
 repeated on People+ Arts; and School Reunion repeated on BBC3
2007 World War Three repeated on People+ Arts
2008 The Seeds of Death, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi
2009 The Gunfighters, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on  MTV3 SciFi; and
Fear Her and Doctor Who Confidential: The Fright Stuff both repeated on BBC3
2010 - The Long Gamrepeated on Syfy (Russia); Army of Ghosts repeated
on Syfy (Spain); The Waters of Mars repeated on HRT2; and The Time of Angels repeated on BBC3
2011 - The Impossible Astronaut and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Coming 
to America both first screened on ABC1; and Day of the Moon and Doctor Who Confidential: Breaking the Silence both first screened
2012 Resurrection of the Daleks, Parts 3 and 4 (of 4) both repeated on Syfy
(Aus); The Two Doctors, Parts 3 to 6 (of 6) all repeated on  MTV3 SciFi; Amy's Choice and The Hungry Earth both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific;
and Closing Time and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Open All Hours both repeated on ABC2
2013 Smith and Jones repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The 
Shakespeare Code repeated on Watch; The Doctor's Daughter first screened on
YLE TV2; The Time of Angels repeated on DR3; The Lodger and The Pandorica Opens both repeated on BBC America; Let's Kill Hitler repeated on UKTV (NZ);
and The God Complex repeated on Syfy (Portugal)
2014 The Daemons, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on Horror; Full 
Circle, Part 3, The Visitation, Part 2 and Love & Monsters all repeated on Syfy
 (Aus); Aliens of London repeated on KCPT2; The Parting of the Ways and The Christmas Invasion both repeated on BBC America; Army of Ghosts and
Doomsday both repeated on TV3 (Spain); The Sontaran Stratagem repeated
on Really Scary TV; The Next Doctor repeated on KLRU; Victory of the Daleks 
and The Time of Angels both repeated on Really Scary TV; The Lodger and
The Pandorica Opens both repeated on Fox (Germany); The Curse of the Black Spot repeated on France 4; The Almost People repeated on Ztélé; A Good Man
 Goes to War repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Night Terrors repeated on BBC Nordic; 
and The Bells of Saint John repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD
2015 - 100,000 BC, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Horror; Planet of Evil
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated and Mawdryn UndeadParts 1 and 2 both first 
screened, all on Retro TV; The Creature from the PitPart 1 and Night Terrors 
both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Girl in the Fireplace and Doctor Who 
Confidential: From Script to Screen both repeated on UNC-MX; Rise of the Cybermen repeated on TV Cultura; Love & Monsters repeated on ABC2; 
Evolution of the Daleks and Doctor Who Confidential: Cybermen both repeated 
on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Journey's End repeated on KCPT2; Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood all repeated on BBC America; and
The Bells of Saint John repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD
2016 The Keys of Marinus, Episode 2: The Velvet Web repeated on KMOS;
Kinda Omnibus and The Caves of Androzani, Parts 3 and 4 all repeated on Retro
TV; Boom Town, Bad Wolf, The Parting of the Ways, The Christmas Invasion and 
New Earth all repeated on BBC Polska HD; Smith and Jones, The Shakespeare 
Code, Gridlock and Last Christmas all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Daleks in Manhattan and Evolution of the Daleks repeated on Syfy (Aus) and France 4; The Lazarus Experiment, 42 and Human Nature all repeated on France 4; The Vampires of 
Venice, Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, Vincent and the Doctor and 
The Lodger all repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Big BangThe Impossible Astronaut, Day of the Moon and The Curse of the Black Spot all 
repeated on Syfy (Latin America) and Syfy (Brazil); Closing Time repeated on
 Jeem TV (Middle East); The Crimson Horror repeated on Watch; The Zygon Inversion repeated on Syfy (Latin America); Sleep No More first screened on
Syfy (Latin America) and Syfy (Brazil); and Hell Bent repeated on RAI4

Doctor Who Vs. Inspector Morse, Series 6

The sixth season of Central's classic crime series
was first screened on ITV in the winter of 1992, 
and won another BAFTA Best Drama prize.
BAFTA Best Actor nominee John Thaw, Kevin 
Whately, and James Grout again portrayed the 
Oxford-based detectives, Morse and Lewis, and 
their boss Superintendent Strange. Morse creator, 
Colin Dexter again made cameo appearances here.
The five-part series (all original screenplays)
continued another repeat run on ITV3 today,
and featured another thirty-two Doctor Who
cast and crew connections:

Dead On Time (TX: February 26)
  • Samantha Bond (Helen) played Miss Wormwood in The Sarah Jane Adventures pilot, Invasion of the Bane, and Enemy of the Bane, and voiced Mother Baroque for Big Finish's The Scapegoat (2009)
  • David Haig (Rhodes) was Pangol in The Leisure Hive
  • Joanna David (Susan) voiced Mrs. Audley for Serpent Crest: The Broken Crown (AudioGo, 2011)
  • Christopher Owen (Solicitor) was the Earthling in Meglos
  • Richard Hampton (Coroner) was a Villager in The Visitation
  • Adrian Dunbar (Marriat) voiced McCarthy for Brave New Town (BF, 2008)
  • Vincent Pickering (Exchange Man) began his TV career as Sagan in Warriors' Gate
Happy Families (TX: March 11)
  • Martin Clunes (Balcombe) was Lon in Snakedance
  • Anna Massey (Lady Emily) voiced Miss Pollard for The Girl Who Never Was (BF, 2007)
  • George Raistrick (Sir John) also made his television debut on the classic series, as a Guard in Day of the Daleks
  • Rupert Graves (Billy) was John Riddell in Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
  • Jamie Foreman (Chas) was Eddie Connolly in The Idiot's Lantern
  • Robert Demeger (Scientist) was the Preacher in The Shakespeare Code
  • Richard Ireson (Pathologist) was a Soldier in The Mind Robber and Axus in The Krotons
  • assistant editor Michael Feinberg was the sound editor on The Lazarus Experiment and ten instalments of The Sarah Jane Adventures
The Death of the Self (TX: March 25)
  • Frances Barber (Nicole) was Madame Kovarian throughout the Series six story arc
  • Alan Rowe (Haines) was Dr. Evans and Space Control voice in The Moonbase, Edward of Wessex in The Time Warrior, James Skinsale in Horror of Fang Rock, and Garif in Full Circle
  • Allan Mitchell (Coroner) was Wagstaffe in Spearhead from Space
Absolute Conviction (TX: April 8)
  • Diana Quick (Hilary) voiced Prime for Scream of the Shalka
  • Richard Wilson (Thornton) was Dr. Constantine in The Empty Child and The Doctor Dances
  • Robert Pugh (Harris) was Tony Mack in The Hungry Earth and Cold Blood 
  • Cheryl Hall (Laura) was Shirna in Carnival of Monsters
  • Steven Mackintosh (DS Cheetham) was Gazak in Timelash
  • Jim Broadbent (Bennett) has actually played the Doctor twice, in the Victoria Wood: As Seen On TV sketch, Terror of the Ming Mongs (1987) and then for Comic Relief's The Curse of Fatal Death
  • Pete Lee Wilson (Paul) was Tommo in The End of Time
  • Jonathan Firth (Peter) voiced John for The Doomwood Curse (BF, 2008)
  • Phil Davis (Sherman) was Lucius Petrus Dextrus in The Fires of Pompeii, and voiced Titus for The Cannibalists (BF, 2009)
  • Preston Lockwood (Chaplain) was Dojjen, also in Snakedance
Cherubim & Seraphim (TX: April 15)
  • Isla Blair (Janey) was Lady Isabella Fitzwilliam in The King's Demons, and voiced Paula for Exotron (BF, 2007)
  • Ian Reddington (Oakley) was the Chief Clown (pictured) in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, and voiced Nobody No-One, the Word Lord for A Death in the Family (BF, 2010)
  • Sorcha Cusack (Joyce) voiced Mary for Dark Eyes 4 (BF, 2015)
  • Christopher Benjamin (Furlong) first appeared in the classic series as Sir Keith Gold in Inferno, then as Colonel Hugh Curbishley in The Unicorn and the Wasp thirty-eight years later, but is best known as Henry Gordon Jago from The Talons of Weng Chiang - he reprised the role for The Companion Chronicles: The Mahogany Murders (2009) then Big Finish's Jago and Litefoot audio series (2010 to the present), Voyage to Venus and Voyage to the New World (both 2012), and The Justice of Jalxar (2013) - he also voiced Tardelli for Grand Theft Cosmos (BF, 2008)

Friday, 29 April 2016

Doctor Who On This Day #120

1966 - The Crusade, Episode 4: The Warlords and The Romans, Episode 1:
The Slave Traders both repeated on ABC
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1
1968 - The Ark, Episode 3The ReturnThe Celestial Toymaker, Episode 3: 
The Dancing FloorThe Gunfighters, Episode 3: Johnny RingoThe Savages
Episode 3, The War Machines, Episode 1 and The Smugglers, Episode 3 all
 repeated on ABC
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1

1990 The Daleks, Episode 1: The Dead Planet repeated on BSB
1993 Carnival of Monsters, Episode 4 repeated on UK Gold
1994 Nightmare of Eden, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Daleks, Episode 4: The Ambush repeated on Space
1999 The War Machines, Episode 2 repeated on Space; and Pyramids of Mars,
Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 The Gunfighters Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus); Genesis of the Daleks, Parts 5 and 6 both repeated on BBC America; and Horror of Fang Rock, Part 1 first screened on Prairie PTV
200The Daleks Omnibus repeated on MPT; and The Hand of Fear Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2006 - The Monster of Peladon Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; School Reunion 
and Doctor Who Confidential: Friends Reunited both first screened; Tardisode: 
Rise of the Cybermen released online; and Totally Doctor Who (1.3) repeated
2007 - World War Three and Doctor Who Confidential: Why on Earth? both first screened on WUFT; The Long Game first screened on WSKG; School Reunion 
repeated on UK Gold; and Evolution of the Daleks repeated on BBC3
2009 Love & Monsters and Doctor Who Confidential: The New World of Dr. Who 
both repeated on BBC3
2010 The Satan Pit repeated on Syfy (Germany)
2011 - Smith and Jones repeated on Space; The Impossible Astronaut repeated 
on BBC3 and BBC HD; and The Doctor and Douglas repeated on Radio 4
2012 The Claws of Axos, Episode 4 and Colony in Space, Episode 1 both repeated 
on KBTC; and Smith and Jones repeated on Watch
2013 Smith and Jones repeated on Watch; The Fires of Pompeii repeated on 
BBC Entertainment Latin America; The Poison Sky first screened on YLE TV2; 
The Vampires of Venice repeated on WPT; Cold Blood and Vincent and the Doctor 
both repeated on BBC America; The Almost People repeated on UKTV (NZ); A Good Man Goes to War repeated on Ztélé and UKTV (NZ); Let's Kill Hitler and The Girl Who Waited both repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Night Terrors repeated on WTTW HD and Syfy (Portugal); Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and Greatest Moments: The Master both repeated on ABC2; and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: About 
a Boy repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2014 The Seeds of Death, Episode 6 and The Daemons, Episode 1 both fist screened on Horror; Full Circle, Part 2, The Visitation, Part 1 and The Satan Pit all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Unquiet Dead repeated on KCPT2; Boom Town and Bad Wolf both repeated on BBC America; Love & Monsters and Fear Her both repeated on TV3 (Spain); Planet of the Ood repeated on Really Scary TV; Cold Blood and Vincent and the Doctor both repeated on Fox (Germany); The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon both repeated on France 4; The Rebel Flesh repeated on Ztélé; The Almost People repeated on Syfy (Portugal); Let's Kill Hitler repeated on BBC Nordic; The Snowmen repeated on WGVU; and The Name 
of the Doctor repeated on Syfy (Netherlands)
2015 - Planet of Evil, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; City of Death, Parts 
2 to 4 and Let's Kill Hitler all repeated on Syfy (Aus); SnakedanceParts 3 and 4 
both first screened on Retro TV; The Curse of Fenric, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated 
on Horror; The Girl in the Fireplace repeated on TV Cultura; Daleks in Manhattan 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Satan Pit repeated on ABC2; 
The Stolen Earth repeated on KCPT2; The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone and The 
Vampires of Venice all repeated on BBC America; A Town Called Mercy repeated on BBC Nordic HD, BBC Polska HD and WGVU; The Power of Three and The Angels Take Manhattan both repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; and Hide repeated 
2016 The Caves of AndrozaniParts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV;
The Christmas Invasion and New Earth both repeated on BBC Polska HD; Smith
 and Jones, The Shakespeare Code, Gridlock, Daleks in Manhattan, Evolution of 
the Daleks and The Rebel Flesh all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Stolen Earth and Journey's End both repeated on EBRU; The Waters of Mars repeated on 
ABC2; The Lodger repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Big Bang
 repeated on Syfy (Latin America) and Syfy (Brazil); The God Complex repeated 
on Jeem TV (Middle East); The Name of the Doctor repeated on Syfy (Portugal);
Sleep No More, Face the Raven and Heaven Sent all repeated on BBC First 
(Middle East); In the Forest of the Night repeated on KUAC; Death in Heaven
 repeated on KLRU; Last Christmas repeated on Syfy (Aus) and Syfy (Brazil);
and The Zygon Inversion repeated on BBC First (Middle East) and Syfy (Brazil)