Thursday, 3 November 2016

The Daily Telegraph Presents The 80 Best BBC Shows Of All Time

The Telegraph, that renowned right-wing 
broadsheet, has revealed the results of its 
latest cultural survey. 
The poll marks the eightieth anniversary of 
the BBC's television service, which launched 
at Alexander Palace in November 1936. 
The newspaper's TV critics chose their eighty 
favourite TV programmes produced by the 
Corporation since broadcasting resumed after 
the Second World War.
The world's longest-running sci-fi TV show was 
placed at a very respectable number four:

4: Doctor Who (BBC One, 1963-1989, 1996, 2005 onwards)

"Always more than simply a science-fiction series, the adventures of a renegade Time Lord travelling through time and space in a blue Police Box has survived much derision within the Corporation and is now regarded as one of the jewels in its crown. The series shouldn't have worled, but thanks to a cleverly versatile format, a haunting theme tune and properly terrifying baddies, it is TV's greatest survivor. Much like the good Doctor himself."

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