Sunday, 18 March 2018

Doctor Who Vs. The World's End

This hit British comedy sci-fi feature was 
released by Universal in 2013, and was 
co-written by it's lead actor Simon Pegg 
and director Edgar Wright. 
The film began life as a screenplay titled 
Crawl (penned by Wright in 1995), and 
was the final instalment in the 'blood 
and Cornetto trilogy' which opened with Shaun of the Dead in 2004, and
followed by Hot Fuzz (2007) all co-
starred Nick Frost. Both actors also 
starred in Paul (2011), and their next 
project, a horror film, is provisionally titled Slaughterhouse Rulez.
Screened again on E4 last night, The
World's End also featured Eddie Marsan, 
Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Paddy
Considine, Pierce Brosnan, David Bradley (as Basil), and forty other 
Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

  • Pegg (Gary King) played the Editor in The Long Game, voiced Don Chaney for Big Finish's Invaders From Mars (2002), and narrated the first series of Doctor Who Confidential
  • Frost (Andy Knightley) was Santa Claus in Last Christmas
  • Michael Smiley (Green) was Colonel Morgan Blue in Into the Dalek, and voiced Seedleson for Creatures of Beauty (BF, 2003)
  • Bill Nighy (Voice of the Network) was Dr. Black in Vincent and the Doctor
  • Julia Deakin (Landlady) voiced Hannah Fry for Phantasmagoria (BF, 1999), and Harriet Griffin for Terror Firma (BF, 2005)
  • Mark Kempner (Landlord) was the Cabbie in Deep Breath
  • Reece Shearsmith (Collaborator) was Andrew Powell in the PROBE video spin-off stories (1995/96), Dr. Dan Matthews in the Auton VHS releases (1997/98), and depicted Patrick Troughton in An Adventure in Space and Time (opposite Bradley), then was Rassmussen in Sleep No More
  • Mark Donovan (Big Ugly Bastard) voiced Klemp and Ambassador for Dust Breeding (2001), Orchestrator Shol for The Sandman (2002), Shayde and the Rovie for No Place Like HomeSturmer for The Wormery, Gerrof for Unbound: He Jests at Scars (all 2003), Polk for The Harvest (2004), and Jackson for Survival of the Fittest (2010)
  • Scott Stevenson (Blank) was a Man in The Rings of AkhatenThe Crimson Horror and The Name of the Doctor, Submariner in Cold War, and Chef in Mummy on the Orient Express
  • Jenny Bede (Instructor) voiced Florrie and Doctor for Absolute Power (BF, 2016)
  • Big Finish actor Teddy Kempner (Publican) voiced Grakk, Clerkie and Camp Robot for The Company of Friends: Izzy's Story, Macrinus and Crusher for The Cannibalists, Yavuz, Mummer, Yokel and Demon for Castle of Fear (all 2009), Gelter, Bliss and Elohim for Paradise 5 (2010), Nazar and Gantha for 1001 Nights, Miaxa for My Brother's Keeper (both 2012), Donal Dineen for Iterations of I (2014), and Viktor, Mozart, Stefan and Apothecary for The Diary of River Song 2: A Requiem for the Doctor (2018)
  • Ken Bones (Publican) was the General in The Day of the Doctor and Hell Bent
  • Paul Kennington (Publican) was a stuntman on Rise of the CybermenThe Age of SteelArmy of GhostsDoomsday and The Doctor's Daughter
  • Alex Kaye-Besley was assistant director on The Shakespeare Code too
  • Richard Glass was the optician on The Time of the Doctor too
  • Oliver Benson, Julian Nix and Phoebe Arnstein all worked on An Adventure in Space and Time (as art department assistant, graphic designer and second assistant camera operator respectively)
  • Simon Diggins was also the ADR mixer on fifteen stories, from The Day of the Doctor to The Husbands of River Song
  • ADR recordist Rob Humpage was an assistant on Space and Time
  • Peter Gleaves was also the ADR mixer on The Magician's Apprentice, The Witch's Familiar and Under the Lake
  • Vanessa Bastyan (key fabricator) was make-up FX technician on Cold Blood
  • Mike Crowley was also SFX supervisor on eight stories, from The Girl in the Fireplace to Doomsday
  • Jeremy Braben was director of aerial photography on The Day of the Doctor too
  • prosthetics designer Waldo Mason was a SFX assistant on Aliens of London
  • Peter Hawkins also worked on prosthetic FX for seventeen episodes (from The Girl in the Fireplace to Last Christmas)
  • Gustav Hoegen (model designer) was a prosthetics technician on The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords
  • Ivan Manzella was a sculptor on Dinosaurs on a Spaceship too
  • Justin Pitkethly (key sculptor) was a prosthetics technician on Planet of the Dead
  • Chris Reynolds was also SFX technician on Terror of the Vervoids and Battlefield
  • Lucia Smith was fabricator on The God Complex too
  • Vince McGahon was also the Steadicam operator on The Vampires of Venice and Vincent and the Doctor
  • Jake Polonsky was the cinematographer on Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS too
  • stunt performers Rob Cooper, Nic Goodey, Paul Kennington, Belinda McGinley, Cristian Knight, David Newton, and Chris Pollard all worked on the revived series too

Doctor Who On This Day #78

1966 - The Reign of TerrorEpisode 4: The Tyrant of France and The Web 
PlanetEpisodes 4 and 5 all repeated on ABC
1967 - The Macra Terror, Episode 2 first screened on BBC1
1968 - The Chase, Episodes 1 and 5, The Time Meddler, Episode 3: A Battl
of WitsGalaxy 4Episode 3: Air LockThe Myth Makers, Episode 3Death 
of a Spy and The Massacre, Episode 3: Priest of Death all repeated on ABC
1972 - The Sea Devils, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1
1978 The Ark in Space, Part 1 first screened on TV2 (NZ)
1980 Genesis of the Daleks, Part 6 first screened on WTTW 11; and The 
Horns of Nimon, Part 2 first screened on ABC
1982 The Invisible Enemy, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus; and Meglos
Part 3 repeated and Part 4 first screened, both on ABC
1983 - Full Circle, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - Castrovalva Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1985 - The Mutants, Episodes 1 to 3 all repeated on WTTW 11
1986 Inferno, Episode 1 first screened on ABC; Carnival of Monsters
Episode 2 repeated on TV1 (NZ); and Destiny of the Daleks, Part 3 repeated 
on KQED Plus
1987 The Krotons, Episode 2 repeated on KQED Plus; and Pyramids of Mars
Part 2 repeated on TV2 (NZ)
1988 The Armageddon Factor, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 The Three Doctors, Episode 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1990 - Planet of Evil Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus; and The Greatest 
Show in the Galaxy, Part 2 first screened on RTL TV
1991 - City of Death Omnibus repeated on WTTW 11
1992 Inferno, Episode 7 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 Kinda, Part 2 repeated on ABC
1994 The Pirate Planet, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Silurians, Episode 5 repeated on UK Gold; and The Twin 
Dilemma Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1996 - Silver Nemesis Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1997 The Green DeathEpisode 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1998 - The War Games, Episode 8 first screened on Space; and Terminus,
Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 - The War Games, Episode 8 repeated on Space; and Earthshock
Part 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 - The Rescue and The Romans Omnibuses both repeated on UKTV 
(Aus); Genesis of the Daleks, Part 1 and K9 & Company both repeated
on Iowa PTV; The Face of Evil, Parts 3 and 4 both first screened on BBC 
America; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 1 first screened on Prairie PTV;
and The Leisure Hive, Part 2 repeated on BBC Prime
2001 Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 2 repeated on WILL; Planet of Evil 
Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The Face of Evil, Part 1 repeated on KUED; 
The Robots of Death, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Prime; Underworld
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; The Power of Kroll Omnibus repeated 
on Lakeshore PTV; Enlightenment, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on MiND; 
Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 3 repeated on WUSF; and The Greatest 
Show in the Galaxy Omnibus repeated on MPT
2002 Attack of the Cybermen, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2003 - Writer Lewis Greifer died in London, aged 87; and The Sun Makers,
Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2004 Spearhead from Space, Episode 2 repeated on ABC; and Frontios,
Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2006 Colony in Space Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Rose and The End
of the World both first screened on Syfy (US); The Empty Child repeated 
on People+ Arts; and Boom Town repeated on Ztélé
2007 - The Web of Fear, Episode 1 repeated on BBC4; and The Power of Kroll 
Omnibus repeated on MPT
2008 Planet of Giants, Episodes 1 and 2 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi
and TV4
2009 Ghost Light, Parts 2 and 3 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi and 
TV4; Gridlock repeated on Syfy (Ben); and Voyage of the Damned and 
Doctor Who Confidential: Kylie Special both repeated on BBC3
2010 The Empty Child repeated on Syfy (Spain); Human Nature repeated 
on HRT2; and The Stolen Earth and Doctor Who Confidential: Friends and Foe both repeated on BBC3
2011 - The Invisible Enemy, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on MTV3 SciFi, 
TV2 and TV4; The Unquiet Dead repeated on Space; The Time of Angels 
repeated on BBC3; and Comic Relief: Space/Time first screened on BBC1
2012 Terror of the Autons, Episodes 2 and 3 both repeated on KBTC; Turn Left repeated on Idaho PTV; The Waters of Mars repeated on BBC America;
The God Complex repeated on Fox (FRG); and The Wedding of River Song 
first screened on KBS2
2013 Boom Town and Bad Wolf both repeated on BBC America; The Stolen 
EarthDoctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Coming to America and Extra Time 
all repeated on UKTV (Aus); Cold Blood repeated on Watch; and The 
Impossible Astronaut repeated on Ztélé
2014 The Stones of Blood, Parts 3 and 4 and Terminus, Parts 1 and 2 all 
repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Empty Child repeated on Watch; Midnight and
Turn Left both repeated on BBC America; The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead both repeated on TV3 (Spain); The Hungry Earth repeated on France 
4; The Doctor's Wife repeated on Syfy (Portugal); A Town Called Mercy 
repeated on Really Scary TV; and The Rings of Akhaten repeated on Syfy
2015 Carnival of Monsters, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated and Nightmare
of Eden, Parts 1 and 2 both first screened, all on Retro TV; The Ribos 
Operation, Part 4 and Midnight both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Androids 
of Tara, Part 4 and City of Death, Part 1 both repeated on Horror; Army of Ghosts repeated on Watch and KCPT2; Partners in Crime, The Fires of Pompeii and Planet of the Ood all repeated on BBC America; The Girl Who Waited repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; A Town Called Mercy repeated on Syfy (Ben); and Death in Heaven and Last Christmas 
both repeated on Fox (FRG)
2016 - Castrovalva, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Retro TV; Aliens of 
LondonThe Empty Child, The Doctor Dances, Boom TownBad Wolf and 
Silence in the Library all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Parting of the Ways 
repeated on Syfy (Aus) and TV Cultura; The Satan PitLove & Monsters 
and Army of Ghosts all repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The
 Runaway Bride repeated on ABC2; Partners in Crime and The Fires of Pompeii both repeated on EBRU; The Stolen Earth and Journey's End both 
repeated on France 4; Robot of Sherwood repeated on BBC Polska HD; 
Listen repeated on KUAC; and Sleep No MoreFace the Raven and The 
Husbands of River Song all repeated on BBC First (Middle East)
2017 - The Ark, Episodes 2 to 4 and The Gunfighters, Episode 1: A Holiday
for the Doctor all repeated on Retro TV; Kinda Omnibus repeated on WYCC;
 The End of the World and Doctor Who Extra: Into the Dalek both repeated
 on BBC Polska HD; The Doctor Dances repeated on Space; Blink, Utopia, 
The Sound of DrumsLast of the Time Lords and Voyage of the Damned
Part 1 (of 2) all repeated on FX (India); The Stolen EarthMummy on the 
Orient ExpressFlatline and In the Forest of the Night all repeated on Syfy
 (Aus); A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler both repeated on Syfy (Brazil); Under the Lake and Before the Flood both repeated on Syfy (Latin
 America); The Zygon Invasion and The Zygon Inversion both repeated on 
BBC Polska HD and France 4; Sleep No More and Face the Raven both 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, BBC Polska HD and France 4; 
Heaven Sent repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe,  BBC Polska HD, 
BBC First (RSA) and France 4; Hell Bent repeated and The Return of 
Doctor Mysterio first screened, both on France 4; and The Husbands of 
River Song repeated on BBC First (Middle East)
2018 - Colony in Space, Episode 6 and The Daemons, Episode 1 both repeated 
on KBTC; The Horns of Nimon Omnibus repeated on Retro TV; Full Circle 
Omnibus repeated on WILL; Warriors' Gate repeated on Iowa PTV; The Age 
of SteelThe Idiot's Lantern, 42, Human Nature, The Family of BloodBlink
and Planet of the Ood all repeated on W; Evolution of the Daleks repeated on Syfy (Aus); Before the Flood, The Girl Who Died and The Woman Who Lived all repeated  on One ARD; and Face the Raven repeated on BBC First (Middle 

Saturday, 17 March 2018

Doctor Who Vs. Robin of Sherwood, Series 1

The last dramatisation of the Robin Hood legend
from ITV was shown from April 1984 to June 
1986, and introduced Michael Praed as the iconic 
English folk hero.
Renamed Robin Hood for American TV, this co-
production from HTV and Goldcrest Films was
conceived and written by Richard Carpenter
(1929-2012), creator of Catweazle (1970/71).
This gritty retelling of the legend utilised a strong
fantasy element, black magic and paganism, and
was accompanied by a BAFTA winning soundtrack
from Clannad.
Here, Robin of Loxley is chosen by the mystical
Herne the Hunter (played by John Abineri) to
become champion of the oppressed. With his 
band of 'Merry Men' Robin fights a guerilla 
campaign against their Norman masters, 
particularly the Sheriff of Nottingham and his 
deputy, Guy of Gisburne. 
The outlaws were portrayed by Ray Winstone
(Will Scarlet), Clive Mantle (Little John), Phil
Rose (Friar Tuck), and Judi Trott (Marion), whilst Nickolas Grace and
Robert Addie depicted the Sheriff and Guy.
Another repeat run of the first, six-part season began on ITV Encore
today, and featured eight Doctor Who cast connections:

  • Big Finish actor Grace made a brief TV appearance as Albert Einstein in Death is the Only Answer, and voiced Loozly for Bang-Bang-A-Boom! (2002), Straxus for Human Resources (2007), Sisters of the Flame and The Vengeance of Morbius (both 2008), Balancer and Viktor Skaarsgard for Equilibrium (2015), Goole for Gallery of Ghouls (2016), Professor Grove for Shadow Planet/World Apart, and Chevalier D'Eon for Sword of the Chevalier (both 2017)
  • Mantle voiced Oliver Cromwell for The Settling (BF, 2006), Tuvold for The Burning Prince (2012), and both Tillegat and Lieutenant Treeves for Destroy the Infinite (BF, 2014)
  • Abineri was Van Lutyens in Fury from the Deep, General Carrington in The Ambassadors of Death, Richard Railton in Death to the Daleks, and Ranquin in The Power of Kroll
  • Philip Jackson (Abbot Hugo) voiced Laxton for Valhalla (BF, 2007), and Mr. Peabody for The Contingency Club (2017)
  • Simon Rouse (Siward) was Hindle in Kinda, and voiced John Kincaid for The Witch from the Well (BF, 2011), and Drang for The Paradox Planet and Legacy of Death (both 2016)
  • Simon Shepherd (voice of Alan-a-Dale here; voice of Robert of Huntington, Series 2) starred in the Serpent Crest series from Audio Go (2011) - Tsar Wars (as Boolin), The Broken Crown (Mr. Bewley), and Aladdin Time (the Magician)
  • stunt co-ordinator Terry Walsh was a stunt/fight arranger, stunt double and uncredited extra on a total  of seventy instalments of the original run (from The Smugglers to The Creature from the Pit)
  • stuntman Max Faulkner was a UNIT Soldier in The Ambassadors of Death, an Exxilon in (part 1 of) Death to the Daleks, Miner in The Monster of Peladon (6), Guard Captain in Planet of the Spiders (4), Thal Guard in Genesis of the Daleks (3), Crewman in Planet of Evil (1), Corpoal Adams in The Android Invasion, and Nesbin in The Invasion of Time

Doctor Who On This Day #77

1973 Frontier in Space, Episode 4 first screened on BBC1
1978 The Seeds of Doom, Part 4 first screened on ABC
1980 Underworld, Part 1 first screened on TV2 (NZ); and The Horns of 
Nimon, Part 1 first screened on ABC
1982 The Invisible Enemy, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus; and Meglos
Part 2 repeated and Part 3 first screened, both on ABC
1983 - Meglos, Part 4 and Kinda Omnibus both repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - Terror of the Zygons, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1985 - Planet of Evil Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 7 repeated on ABC
1987 The Krotons, Episode 1 repeated on KQED Plus; and Pyramids of 
Mars, Part 1 repeated on TV2 (NZ)
1988 The Armageddon Factor, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 - The Three Doctors, Episode 3 repeated on KQED Plus; and Pyramids 
of MarsPart 2 repeated on ABC
1990 Enlightenment, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus; and Remembrance 
of the Daleks, Part 3 first screened on TV2 (NZ)
1992 Inferno, Episode 6 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 Kinda, Part 1 repeated on ABC
1994 The Pirate Planet, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1995 - Controller of BBC1 (1963-65), Donald Baverstock died in Yorkshire, 
aged 71; The Silurians, Episode 4 repeated on UK Gold; and The Mark of
the RaniPart 1 (of 4) first screened on VOX
1996 Destiny of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1997 Carnival of Monsters Omnibus repeated on KQED; The Green Death
Episode 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Invasion of the Dinosaurs Omnibus 
repeated on UK Gold
1998 - The War Games, Episode 7 first screened on Space; and Terminus,
Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 - The War Games, Episode 7 repeated on Space; and Earthshock
Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 The Web Planet, Episode 3: Escape to Danger repeated on UKTV
2001 - The Hand of Fear Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Arc of 
InfinityPart 4 repeated on BBC Prime
2002 The Sea Devils Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; The Monster of 
Peladon Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Ark in Space, Part 4 repeated on 
Lakeland PTV; Planet of EvilParts 3 and 4 both repeated on MiND; The 
Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 4 repeated on WILL; The Pirate Planet, Part 
3 repeated on KUED; The Visitation, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on 
Lakeshore PTV; Earthshock, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; Time 
FlightParts 3 and 4 both repeated on NHPTV; and The Five Doctors 
repeated on KERA
2003 The Armageddon Factor Omnibus repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2004 Spearhead from Space, Episode 1 repeated on ABC; and Frontios
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2005 The Sun MakersPart 2 repeated on ABC
2007 The End of the World first screened on Houston PM; The Unquiet 
Dead first screened on KLCS; The Long Game repeated on één; Fear Her 
repeated on UK Gold and Jimmy; and Army of Ghosts first screened on
2008 The Sensorites, Episodes 5 and 6 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi
and TV4
2009 Ghost Light, Part 1 and Survival, Part 3 both first screened on MTV3 
SciFi and TV4; Bad Wolf and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: The World 
of Who both repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Idiot's Lantern and Doctor Who
 Confidential Cutdown: The Writer's Tale both repeated on ABC1; and Last 
of the Time Lords and Doctor Who Confidential: The Valiant Quest both 
repeated on BBC3
2010 Father's Day repeated on Syfy (Spain); 42 repeated on HRT2;
and Turn Left and Doctor Who Confidential: Here Come the Girls both 
repeated on BBC3
2011 The Invisible Enemy, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on MTV3 SciFi,
TV2 and TV4; and The End of the World repeated on Space
2012 Black Orchid and Earthshock Omnibuses and Time Flight, Parts 1 
and 2 all repeated on MTV3 SciFi and TV4; Voyage of the Damned repeated
on BBC3; The End of Time, Part 2 repeated on Watch; and Victory of the 
Daleks first screened on DR3
2013 The Three Doctors Omnibus repeated on UKTV; Planet of Evil, Parts
1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; Turn Left repeated on UKTV (NZ); The Beast 
Below repeated on Idaho PTV; Let's Kill Hitler repeated on Fox (FRG); and
Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Do You Remember The First Time? 
repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2014 The Stones of Blood, Parts 1 and 2 and Mawdryn Undead, Parts 3 and
4 all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Father's Day repeated on Watch; Silence in the
Library and Forest of the Dead both repeated on BBC America; Journey's End
 repeated on TV3 (Spain); The Vampires of Venice and Amy's Choice both 
repeated on France 4; The Impossible AstronautDay of the Moon and The 
Curse of the Black Spot all repeated on Syfy (Port); The God Complex 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America; Dinosaurs on a Spaceship 
repeated on Really Scary TV; Hide repeated on KUED; and The Crimson Horror repeated on Ztélé
2015 The Three Doctors, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated and The
Creature from the Pit, Parts 3 and 4 both first screened all on Retro TV; 
The Ribos Operation, Part 3, Forest of the Dead and The Almost People all
repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Androids of Tara, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on Horror; The Christmas Invasion and Last of the Time Lords both
repeated on BBC America; Fear Her repeated on Watch and KCPT2; Night Terrors repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; and Dinosaurs on
a Spaceship repeated on Syfy (Ben)
2016 - Castrovalva, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; The Unquiet 
Dead and The Unicorn and the Wasp both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Bad Wolf repeated on TV Cultura; Tooth and Claw repeated on Watch; Fear Her
 repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Doomsday and Doctor Who Confidential: Finale both repeated on ABC2; Turn Left repeated on France 
4; A Town Called Mercy and The Power of Three both repeated on Fox
 (FRG); and Into the Dalek repeated on BBC Polska HD
2017 The Claws of Axos, Episode 4 repeated on The Zone; Enlightenment
Part 4 and The King's Demons, Part 1 both repeated on Retro TV; The End of 
the World and The Unquiet Dead both repeated on BBC Polska HD; The Empty
Child repeated on Space; Voyage of the Damned, Part 1 (of 2) repeated on
FX (India); Victory of the Daleks and The Time of Angels both repeated on
Syfy (Brazil); The Curse of the Black Spot, Mummy on the Orient Express
Flatline and In the Forest of the Night all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People both repeated on DR3 and Syfy (Brazil); and
The Husbands of River Song repeated on BBC First (Middle East)
2018 - The Stones of Blood, Part 4 and The Androids of Tara, Parts 1 to 3 
all repeated on Retro TV; New EarthTooth and ClawSchool Reunion and 
Face the Raven all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Girl in the Fireplace and Rise
 of the Cybermen both repeated on W; In the Forest of the NightDark Water, 
Death in Heaven, Last Christmas and The Magician's Apprentice all repeated on BBC Polska HD; The Zygon Inversion and Sleep No More both repeated 
on BBC First (Middle East); and Knock KnockOxygen, Extremis and The 
Pyramid at the End of the World all repeated on France 4