Saturday, 31 December 2016

Doctor Who Vs. The Omen (1976)

On location at Fulham: Troughton,
Peck and director Richard Donner
The classic, Oscar-winning horror film, The Omen (shown again on Channel 4 last night) featured an intense performance (and a memorable death scene) from Patrick Troughton as doomed Father Brennan.
Here, the US ambassador to Britain, Robert 
Thorn (Gregory Peck) learns the shocking 
truth about his son Damien (Harvey 
Stephens) - he is the Antichrist, with a 
666 birthmark, and must be slain by 
means of sacred daggers.
Three sequels followed: Damien: Omen II 
(in 1978), Omen III: The Final Conflict 
(1981), and the TV movie, Omen IV: 
The Awakening (1991). 
The Omen (released by Fox in 1976) also
starred Lee Remick, Billie Whitelaw and 
eight other Doctor Who connections:

  • veteran Northern screen actor and prolific Big Finish artist David Warner (Keith Jennings here) portrayed the Doctor for Sympathy for the Devil (2003), Masters of War (2008) and The New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield 3: The Unbound Universe (2016), then voiced Sir Isaac Newton for Circular Time: Summer (2007), Co-ordinator Angell for Empathy Games (2008), Professor Boston Schooner for Deimos and The Resurrection of Mars (both 2010), Autarch Siris for The Children of Seth (2011), Biggs for The Rosemariners (2012), Cuthbert for the Fourth Doctor adventures The Sands of LifeWar Against the LaanThe Dalek ContractThe Final Phase (all 2013), Casualties of War and The Pursuit of History, and Shadovar for The War Doctor 2 (all 2016) - he also voiced Lord Azlok for Dreamland, then finally had a television role as Professor Grisenko in Cold War
  • Tommy Duggan (Priest) was Senator Alcott in The Mind of Evil
  • Roy Boyd (Reporter) was Driscoll in The Hand of Fear
  • Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Man) was Commanders, Julian Radnor in The Seeds of Death, and Stevenson in Revenge of the Cybermen
  • Eddie Powell (Policeman) was Thompson in the second Dalek film
  • Burnell Tucker (Agent) was Garner Two in The Angels Take Manhattan
  • Robert Rietty (Monk) voiced Bedloe for Death Comes to Time
  • Stuntman Alf Joint was a Heavy in The Ambassadors of Death
 The film was remade in 2006, and this (inferior) version of The Omen starred four further Doctor Who guest stars - Michael Gambon (from A Christmas Carol), Janet Henfrey (The Curse of Fenric and Mummy on the Orient Express), MyAnna Buring (The Impossible Planet), and Sara Houghton (daughter of Don Houghton and Pik Sen Lim)

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Doctor Who Vs. The Witness For The Prosecution

Sarah Phelps followed last year's version
of And Then There Were None with a
new festive Agatha Christie thriller.
The Witness for the Prosecution began
life as a short story, published as Traitor Hands by Flynn's Weekly in 1925.
The courtroom drama was first adapted
for radio in 1949, then was dramatised
for the London stage in late 1953.
During its run, Christie also had two
other plays staged, making her the
only female playwright to have three
productions performed simultaneously
in the West End.
The play was soon adapted for cinema
in 1957, starring Charles Laughton,
Marlene Dietrich and Tyrone Power.
The original story has now garnered
four treatments for television - previous serials appeared in 1949 (BBC), 1953 (CBS), 1982 (Hallmark).
Christie aficionado Kim Cattrall contacted Mammoth Screen when BBC One
announced plans for the newest version, and was consequently cast as
Emily French.
The two-part mystery concluded on BBC One last night - it featured Andrea
Riseborough (as Romaine), Billy Howle (Leonard Vole), and nine Doctor 
Who cast and crew connections:

  • Toby Jones (Mayhew) was the Dream Lord in Amy's Choice, and voiced renegade Time Lord Kotris for Big Finish's Dark Eyes (2012)
  • David Haig (Carter) was Pangol in The Leisure Hive
  • Tim McMullan (Meredith KC) voiced Octavian for Doom Coalition 3 (BF, 2016)
  • Charles De'Ath (Deveraux) was Adelaide's Father in The Waters of Mars
  • Andrew Havill (Starling) 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)
  • executive producer Damian Timmer made a cameo appearance in An Adventure in Space and Time as a Menoptera
  • SFX supervisor Scott McIntyre was the armourer on The Day of the Doctor
  • Julius Ogden (first assistant camera) was focus puller on nine stories (from Closing Time to the 50th Anniversary special)
  • Joe Russell was also a camera operator on thirty-seven episodes (from Blink to the Anniversary special)

Doctor Who On This Day #363

1963 - The Daleks, Episode 2: The Survivors first screened on BBCtv
1965 - Marco Polo, Episode 7: Assassin at Peking repeated on ABC
1966 - Planet of Giants, Episode 2: Dangerous JourneyThe Web Planet
Episode 4: The Crater of NeedlesThe Crusade, Episode 2: The Knight of Jaffa and The Massacre, Episode 2: The Sea Beggar all repeated and The 
ArkEpisode 2: The Plague first screened, all on ABC
1969 - The Krotons, Episode 1 first screened on BBC1
1970 The Wheel in SpaceEpisode 6 and The Dominators, Episode 4 both 
repeated on ABC
1971 - The Daemons Omnibus first screened on BBC1
1973 The Three Doctors, Episode 4, Carnival of Monsters, Episode 4 and 
Frontier in Space, Episode 1 repeated and Planet of the Daleks, Episode 1 
first screened, all on ABC
1974 - Robot, Part 1 first screened on BBC1
1981 - K9 and Company: A Girl's Best Friend first screened on BBC1 
1982 The Invasion of TimePart 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 KindaPart 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - The Green Death, Episode 6 and Mawdryn Undead Omnibus both
repeated on KQED Plus
1985 Horror of Fang Rock, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 - The Androids of Tara Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1988 - Inferno, Episode 4 repeated on KQED Plus; and The Greatest Show 
in the Galaxy, Part 3 first screened on BBC1
1989 State of Decay, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus; and Revelation of the 
Daleks, Part 2 (of 4) first screened on TV2 (NZ)
 1990 The Android Invasion, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus 
1991 Inferno, Episode 5 repeated on TV2 (NZ); and Time and the Rani, Part 
repeated on KQED Plus
1992 The Ark, Episode 2: The Plague repeated on UK Gold; and Horror of 
Fang Rock Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1993 Day of the Daleks, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold; and Mawdryn 
Undead, Part 2 repeated on ABC
1994 Silver Nemesis, Part 1 repeated on UK Gold
1996 - Spearhead from SpacOmnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1997 Black Orchid and Earthshock Omnibuses both repeated on UK Gold
1998 - The Daemons, Episode 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Delta and the Bannermen Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1999 - Writer Donald Cotton died in Britain, aged 71; The Chase, Episode 
3: Flight Through Eternity repeated on Space; and 30 Years in the TARDIS 
repeated on BBC Prime
2000 - Carnival of Monsters, Episode 4 repeated on Prime; Genesis of the 
Daleks, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Hand of Fear, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC America; and The Visitation, Part 3 repeated on BBC Prime
2001 CastrovalvaParts 3 and 4 both repeated on NHPTV
2002 Nightmare of Eden Omnibus repeated on KERA; The Armageddon 
Factor, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can); The Mysterious Planet
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; and The Ultimate Foe Omnibus
repeated on UK Gold
2003 The Rescue Omnibus repeated on MPT; The ChaseEpisodes 1 and 
2 both repeated on KBTC; Inferno, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on 
Colorado PTV; Terror of the Zygons, Part 2 repeated on NHPTV; Pyramids of 
Mars, Part 2 repeated on WCNY; The Sun Makers, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated 
  on Iowa PTV; The Creature from the Pit Omnibus repeated on BBC Kids (Can);  
Warriors' GatePart 2 repeated on WILL; Black OrchidPart 1 repeated on 
KUED; and The King's Demons Omnibus repeated on MiND
2004 - The Seeds of Doom, Part 4 repeated on ABC 
2005 Terror of the Vervoids, Parts 9 and 10 both repeated on ABC; World 
War Three and Dalek both repeated on BBC3; and Father's Day repeated on 
UK Gold 
2006 Bad Wolf repeated on ΣΚΑΙ 
2007 - The Parting of the Ways repeated on DR1; and Love & Monsters repeated
on UK Gold
2008 - Bad Wolf repeated on Idaho PTV; The Christmas Invasion repeated on
WXXI; The Idiot's Lantern, The Impossible Planet, The Satan Pit, Fear Her, 
Army of Ghosts and Doomsday all repeated on Syfy (Germany); Love & Monsters repeated on UNC-TV and Syfy (Germany);  Voyage of the Damned 
first screened on KBS2; and Doctor Who Confidential: The New World of Who
repeated on UNC-TV
2009 - Rise of the Cybermen and Gridlock both repeated and The Fires of 
Pompeii first screened, all on Syfy (Spain); The Poison Sky and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Sontar-Ha! both repeated on ABC2; and The Weakest 
Link Doctor Who special repeated on BBC1
2010 - The Runaway Bride repeated on BBC1; Smith and Jones and Turn Left both repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Unicorn and the Wasp repeated
on AXN SciFi (Pol)
2011 Pyramids of Mars, Part 3 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra; The Two
Doctors, Parts 1 and 2 (of 6) both repeated on MTV3 SciFi; Human Nature 
and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Bad Blood both repeated on UKTV
(Aus); Victory of the Daleks and The Time of Angels both first screened on
Fox (FRG); The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on BBC3; and Greatest Moments: The Cybermen repeated on ABC1
2012 Flesh and Stone and The Vampires of Venice both repeated on Watch; and Greatest Moments: The Companions repeated on ABC1
2013 Father's DayThe Empty Child and The Runaway Bride all repeated on
France 4; The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on RAI4; Cold Blood 
repeated on BBC Nordic; A Christmas CarolLet's Kill HitlerThe Snowmen,
Nightmare in SilverThe Time of the DoctorDoctor Who Explained and Doctor 
Who Confidential: A Confidential Christmas all repeated on BBC Entertainment
Latin America; The Impossible AstronautDay of the Moon and The Doctors 
Revisited: The Second Doctor all repeated on Watch; The Doctor, the Widow and 
the Wardrobe repeated on BBC Nordic HD, BBC Polska HD, BBC Entertainment
Latin America and BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The 
Power of ThreeThe Angels Take Manhattan and Doctor Who Confidential: 
Friends and Foe all repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and
Middle East; The Bells of Saint John and The Rings of Akhaten both repeated
on RAI4 and Syfy (Spain); and The Name of the Doctor repeated on BBC
Entertainment Latin America and Jeem TV (Middle East)
2014 - The Silurians, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Retro TV; Terror of the Zygons, Part 1 repeated on KPTS; Pyramids of Mars, Parts 1 and 2, The Hungry Earth and Let's Kill Hitler all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Full Circle, Parts 1 and 2
both repeated on KBTC; Remembrance of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on Horror; Dalek and Doctor Who Confidential: The Daleks both repeated on UNC-TV; Boom Town repeated on KNCT; The Christmas Invasion, The Girl in the Fireplace, DoomsdayJourney's End, The God Complex, Closing TimeThe 
Wedding of River Song, Into the Dalek, Listen, Time Heist, The Caretaker and 
Earth Conquest all repeated on BBC America; The Age of Steel and Doctor Who Confidential: From Zero to Hero both repeated on Iowa PTV; Voyage of the Damned repeated on WILL; The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky both
repeated on KCPT; A Christmas Carol repeated on Watch and WPT; The 
Impossible Astronaut repeated on BBC America and Idaho PTV; Day of the Moon 
repeated on BBC America and UKTV (NZ); The Curse of the Black Spot repeated
on KCPT2; The Doctor's Wife, The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People all repeated
on BBC America and KCPT2; The Girl Who Waited repeated on KLRU; The Doctor, 
the Widow and the WardrobeThe SnowmenThe Day of the Doctor and The Time 
of the Doctor all repeated on Watch; Dinosaurs on a Spaceship repeated on OETA;
Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS repeated on WTTW Prime; Nightmare in 
Silver repeated on RAI4; The Name of the Doctor repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe and RAI4; Robot of SherwoodKill the MoonMummy on the Orient ExpressFlatline and In the Forest of the Night all repeated on BBC America, BBC Entertainment Latin America and Fox (FRG); Dark Water and Death in Heaven
both repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Fox; and Last Christmas
first screened on YLE TV2 and repeated on BBC Nordic and Fox
2015 The Face of Evil, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Four; Horror of 
Fang Rock, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Horror; EnlightenmentPart 3 and 
The Eleventh Hour both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Lodger repeated on Watch 
and TV Cultura; The Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang, A Christmas CarolThe Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon all repeated on Watch; The Girl Who Waited, The Magician's Apprentice and The Witch's Familiar all repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The God Complex, Closing TimeJourney to the 
Centre of the TARDIS, The Crimson Horror, Nightmare in Silver and The Name 
of the Doctor all repeated on BBC America; Asylum of the Daleks repeated on 
BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Time of the Doctor repeated on LPB;
Time Heist repeated on KUAC; The Zygon Invasion repeated on BBC First
(Benelux); and The Husbands of River Song first screened on KBS2
2016 The Invasion of Time, Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on Retro TV; The Age
of Steel repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Impossible Astronaut, Day of the Moon, The Curse of the Black Spot, The Rebel Flesh, A Good Man Goes to War, Let's Kill Hitler, 
Night Terrors, 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 BBC Polska HD; The Snowmen repeated on Fox (FRG); Robot of Sherwood repeated on Syfy (Brazil); The Return of Doctor Mysterio repeated on BBC First (Middle East)
and screened at cinemas (US/Denmark); and Demon Quest: StarfallPart 2 first broadcast on Radio Extra

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Doctor Who Vs. Pride

Co-produced by BBC Films and released by Pathé, Pride was first screened at the
Cannes Film Festival in 2014 (where it won the Queen Palm award), then was nominated for BAFTA and Golden Globe awards. A stage musical adaptation is also planned.
The film depicts the true story of the Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners campaign, founded in London by Mark Ashton (played here by Ben Schnetzer)
in 1984.
Because the National Union of Miners was reluctant to accept the group's support during the miner's strike, the LGSM instead 'adopted' the Welsh mining village of Onllwyn, and Pride examined the alliance between the two communities. Following the year-long strike, strong links were forged between the Labour party, their trade union affiliates and the LGBT movement.
Pride was shown on BBC2 last night, and starred Dominic West (The Wire),
Paddy Considine (The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher), Andrew Scott (Sherlock),
George MacKay (11.22.63), and seventeen Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

  • Faye Marsay (Steph) played Shona McCullough in Last Christmas
  • Bill Nighy (Cliff) was Dr. Black in Vincent and the Doctor
  • Imelda Staunton (Hefina) provided the Interface voice for The Girl Who Waited
  • Liz White (Margaret) was Alice in The Snowmen
  • Jessica Gunning (Sian) was Stacey Campbell in Partners in Crime
  • Rhodri Meilir (Martin) was Rhodri in The Runaway Bride
  • Lisa Palfrey (Maureen) was the Mum in Attack of the Graske
  • Russell Tovey (Tim) was Midshipman Alonso Frame in Voyage of the Damned and The End of Time, Part 2
  • Karina Fernandez (Stella) voiced Captain Tamasan for The Time War 1 (BF, 2017)
  • Emma Jason (Protester) was an Undercover Officer in Death in Heaven
  • Jim McManus (Old Man) was an Opthalmologist in The Invisible Enemy
  • Alan Bond (Rioter) was a UNIT Soldier in The Sound of Drums, Last of the Time Lords and Torchwood: Children of Earth
  • Liz Griffiths was also a set decorator on seven adventures (from Dalek to The Parting of the Ways)
  • SFX technician Mike Crowley was SFX supervisor on eight stories (from The Girl in the Fireplace to Doomsday)
  • Russ Perkin was also a SFX technician on eleven instalments (from The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe to The Husbands of River Song)
  • SFX supervisor Chris Reynolds was a technician on Terror of the Vervoids and Battlefield
  • Tony Gibson (sound FX editor) and Nigel Squibbs (sound mixer) both worked on An Adventure in Space and Time

Doctor Who On This Day #362

1965 - Marco Polo, Episode 6: Mighty Kublai Khan and The Reign of Terror,
Episodes 3 and 6 repeated and The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 6: 
Flashpoint first screened, all on ABC 
1966 - Planet of Giants, Episode 1, The Web Planet, Episode 3: Escape to 
DangerThe Crusade, Episode 1: The Lion and The Massacre, Episode 1: War 
of God repeated and The Ark, Episode 1: The Steel Sky first screened, all on 
1972 - The Sea Devils Repeat Omnibus first screened on BBC1
1973 - The Green Death Repeat Omnibus first screened on BBC1
1974 - Planet of the Spiders Repeat Omnibus first screened on BBC1
1975 - Genesis of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on BBC1
1983 KindaPart 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 - The Green Death, Episode 5 repeated on KQED Plus
1985 The Mutants, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on TV2 (NZ); and
Horror of Fang Rock, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 Planet of GiantsEpisode 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1988 - Inferno, Episode 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1989 State of Decay, Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1990 The Android Invasion, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1991 - The Green Death Omnibus and Time and the Rani, Part 3 both repeated 
on KQED Plus; and The Keeper of Traken, Part 3 repeated on ABC
1992 The Time Meddler Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1993 The Android Invasion, Part 4 repeated on UK Gold; Mawdryn Undead
Part 1 repeated on ABC; and Warriors of the Deep Omnibus repeated on KQED 
1994 - The Happiness Patrol, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1995 - Image of the Fendahl, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on UK Gold
1996 The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 7 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1997 - The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre repeated on Space; and The 
Leisure Hive Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1998  The Space Museum, Episode 1 repeated on Space; The Silurians
Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on WCET; Planet of the Daleks, Episodes 1 and
 2 both repeated on LPB and Episodes 4 and 5 both repeated on Colorado PTV;
 Invasion of the Dinosaurs Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; Revenge of the 
Cybermen, Part 3 repeated on WQED; Terror of the Zygons, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on MPBN; The Invasion of Time Omnibus repeated on KSPS; Time 
Flight, Part 1 repeated on WUSF; and Silver Nemesis, Parts 2 and 3 both 
repeated on KBTC
1999 The Chase, Episode 2: The Death of Time repeated on Space; and The 
War Machines Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
2000 - Carnival of Monsters, Episode 3 repeated on Prime; Genesis of the 
Daleks, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and The Hand of Fear, Parts 1 and
2 both repeated on BBC America
2001 The Two Doctors, Part 4 (of 6) repeated on BBC Prime
2002 Destiny of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on BBC Kids (Can); and
Doctor Who TV Movie repeated on SciFi (RSA)
2003 - Inferno, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; and The
Sontaran Experiment Omnibus repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2004 - The Seeds of Doom, Part 3 repeated on ABC 
2005 Mindwarp, Parts 7 and 8 both repeated on ABC; The Unquiet Dead
and Aliens of London both repeated on BBC3; and The Long Game repeated
on UK Gold
2006 - Boom Town repeated on ΣΚΑΙ 
2007 - Bad Wolf repeated on DR1; The Satan Pit repeated on UK Gold; and
The Runaway Bride repeated on BBC1
2008 Snakedance, Parts 2 to 4, Arc of Infinity Omnibus and Mawdryn Undead
Parts 1 to 3 all repeated on MTV3 SciFi; Aliens of London repeated on Syfy
 (Russia); The Parting of the Ways repeated on Syfy (Spain); The Christmas Invasion repeated on Syfy (Spain) and Syfy (FRG); New Earth, Tooth and Claw, 
School Reunion, The Girl in the Fireplace, Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel all repeated on Syfy (FRG); and Smith and Jones first screened on HRT2
2009 - Doomsday repeated and Doctor Who Confidential: Finale first screened, 
both on WXXI; Smith and JonesThe Shakespeare CodeGridlockDaleks in ManhattanEvolution of the Daleks, The Lazarus Experiment42, Human Nature, 
The Family of Blood, Blink, Utopia, The Sound of Drums and Planet of the Dead all repeated on Syfy (Benelux); Last of the Time Lords repeated on Syfy (Spain) and Syfy (Benelux); The Next Doctor repeated on UKTV (Aus) and Syfy (Benelux);
The End of Time, Part 1 repeated on BBC3; and On The Outside It Looked Like 
An Old Fashioned Police Box repeated on Radio 4
2010 - Planet of the Dead, The Time of Angels and The Waters of Mars all 
repeated on Syfy (Spain); The End of Time, Part 2 repeated on Space; and
A Christmas Carol first screened on Space and repeated on BBC HD
2011 - Pyramids of Mars, Episode 1 repeated and Episode 2 first broadcast,
both on Radio 4 Extra; Vengeance on Varos, Part 2 repeated on MTV3 SciFi; 42,
Flesh and Stone and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Alter Ego all repeated
 on UKTV (Aus); The Pandorica Opens repeated on WTTW Prime; The Doctor, 
the Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on BBC1; and Greatest Moments: The Daleks repeated on ABC1
2012 Victory of the Daleks and The Time of Angels both repeated on Watch
2013 The Runaway BrideVoyage of the DamnedSilence in the Library, 
Forest of the DeadMidnightTurn LeftThe Stolen Earth and The Next Doctor 
all repeated on BBC America; The Eleventh HourThe Time of AngelsThe 
LodgerThe Pandorica OpensThe Big BangThe Doctor's WifeThe Wedding of 
River Song and The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe all repeated on Watch; 
A Good Man Goes to War repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America, Watch
and Syfy (Portugal); Let's Kill Hitler repeated on Watch and Syfy (Portugal);
The Power of Three and The Angels Take Manhattan both repeated on RAI4;
The Snowmen and Doctor Who Confidential: A Confidential Christmas both 
repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; and The Time of the Doctor
repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America, ABC2 and DR3
2014 - The Silurians, Episodes 1 to 4 all repeated on Retro TV; Revenge of the Cybermen, Parts 3 and 4 both first screened on Retro TV; Remembrance of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on Horror; Rose, The End of the World, The Unquiet Dead and Aliens of London all repeated on Syfy (Aus); World War Three repeated on Syfy (Aus) and UNC-MX; The Christmas Invasion, The Runaway Bride and
The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2 all repeated on Watch; Smith and Jones repeated
on UKTV (NZ); The Lazarus Experiment, 42 and Human Nature all repeated on
UKTV (Aus); The Family of Blood, Blink, Silence in the LibraryForest of the Dead,
MidnightTurn Left, The Stolen EarthJourney's EndPlanet of the DeadThe 
Waters of Mars, The Eleventh Hour, The Beast Below, Victory of the Daleks, The 
Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice, The 
Hungry Earth, Cold BloodVincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang all repeated on BBC America; The Next Doctor repeated
on BBC America and Watch; A Good Man Goes to War repeated on KCPT2;
Dinosaurs on a Spaceship repeated on OETA; A Town Called Mercy, The Power of Three, The Angels Take Manhattan and The Rings of Akhaten all repeated on Syfy (Benelux); The Snowmen and The Bells of Saint John both repeated on BBC Nordic HD, BBC Polska HD and Syfy (Netherlands); Hide first screened on KERA;
Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and The Crimson Horror both repeated on
 RAI4; Nightmare in Silver repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania,
Middle East and Jeem TV (Middle East); The Name of the Doctor repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle East; The Time of the Doctor and
The Day of the Doctor both repeated on UKTV (NZ); Deep Breath, Into the Dalek, 
Robot of Sherwood, Listen, Time Heist and The Caretaker all first screened on BBC Entertainment RSA and repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America and Fox (Germany); Kill the Moon, Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline and In the 
Forest of the Night all first screened on BBC Entertainment RSA; Dark Water 
and Death in Heaven both first screened on BBC Entertainment RSA and repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Last Christmas first screened on BBC Enter-
tainment RSA and repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD, BBC Enter-
tainment Asia Pacific, ABC1, ABC2 and DR3; Doctor Who Extra: Last Christmas
repeated on BBC Red Button; The Lost Episodes and Hornet's Nest: Hive of Horror, Part 1 both repeated on Radio 4 Extra; and Doctor Who Confidential: Why on Earth? repeated on UNC-MX
2015 Terror of the Zygons, Part 3 repeated on KRWG; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 4 repeated on KPTS; Horror of Fang Rock, Parts 2 and 3 and The End 
of Time, Part 2 all repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Stones of Blood, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Retro TV; The Mark of the Rani, Parts 3 and 4 (of 4) both repeated on KBTC; Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways both repeated on EBRU; The Unicorn and the Wasp and Doctor Who Confidential: Nemesis both repeated on UNC-TV;
The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice, The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, Me, You and Doctor Who and The Science of Doctor Who (2013) all repeated on Watch; Vincent and the Doctor repeated on BBC America and Watch; The LodgerThe Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang, The Impossible Astronaut, Day of the Moon, The Curse of 
the Black Spot, The Rebel Flesh, A Good Man Goes to War, Let's Kill Hitler, Night Terrors, The Girl Who Waited, The Wedding of River SongDinosaurs on a Spaceship, A Town Called Mercy, The Power of ThreeThe Angels Take Manhattan,
The Bells of Saint John, The Rings of AkhatenCold War and Hide all repeated on BBC America; The Doctor's Wife repeated on BBC America and Syfy (Aus);
 The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe and The Snowmen both repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; Asylum of the Daleks repeated on BBC 
America and Iowa PTV; Deep Breath repeated on WILL and WXXI: Robot of Sherwood repeated on OETA; Mummy on the Orient Express repeated on WVPB; 
Kill the Moon repeated on MPTV; In the Forest of the Night repeated on WPT; Death
 in Heaven repeated on KCPT; The Magician's Apprentice and The Witch's Familiar 
both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific and Fox (Germany); Under the LakeBeyond the Flood, The Girl Who Died and The Woman Who Lived all repeated on Fox; and The Husbands of River Song first screened on FX (India) and repeated on BBC First (Benelux) and ABC2
2016 Underworld, Part 4 and The Invasion of Time, Part 1 both repeated on 
Retro TV; Rise of the Cybermen repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Family of Blood, 
BlinkUtopia, The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords all repeated on 
Watch; The End of Time, Parts 1 and 2, The Eleventh Hour, Victory of the Daleks,
The Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, The Vampires of Venice, Amy's Choice,
The Hungry Earth, Cold Blood, Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger, The 
Pandorica Opens, The Big BangA Christmas Carol and Doctor Who Extra: Kill the Moon repeated and Doctor Who Extra: Mummy on the Orient Express first screened, all on BBC Polska HD; The Beast Below repeated on BBC Polska HD
and Syfy (Aus); Into the Dalek repeated on Syfy (Brazil); The Return of Doctor Mysterio first screened on BBC First (RSA), Star World (India), repeated on BBC 
First (Middle East) and ABC2 and screened at cinemas (Canada); and Demon 
Quest: StarfallPart 1 first broadcast on Radio Extra