Monday, 26 June 2017

Doctor Who Vs. Coronation Street, Part 1: 1960/61


"There was life before Coronation Street but it didn't add up to much."
- Russell Harty

"Manchester produces what to me is the Pickwick Papers. That is to 
say, Coronation Street, I live for it. Thank God. Half past seven 
tonight and I shall be in paradise" - Sir John Betjeman

Shown again on ITV3 last night, the BBC Four drama The Road to Coronation Street documented the creation of ITV's long-running soap opera, from 
inception (as Florizel Street in 1959) to first transmission a year later.
Set mainly at Granada Studios in Manchester, the biopic told the true story
of Tony Warren (born Anthony Simpson in 1936, and played here by David Dawson), a struggling actor and scriptwriter who envisaged a programme 
that depicted normal, working-class life in a Salford terraced street.
After an initial commission to write thirteen pilot episodes, Warren contributed 
to the soap - affectionately known as Corrie - until 1978, and even made a
cameo appearance in the show's fiftieth anniversary live edition in 2010.
Based in the fictional Northern town of Weatherfield, Corrie debuted with a
live episode on Friday December 9th 1960, and within three months was
Britain's most watched TV programme and a national institution.
The show's first year on air included scripts from future Doctor Who writer
Barbara Clegg, guest starred former actor Barry Letts (in two episodes 
as Wentworth), and featured twenty-four other cast connections:

  • Alan Rothwell (David Barlow, 1960-1968) voiced Janto for Big Finish's The Twilight Kingdom (2004)
  • Daphne Oxenford (Esther Hayes, 1960-1972) was the Archivist in Dragonfire
  • Cyril Luckham (Dr. Tinsley) was the White Guardian from The Ribos Operation to Enlightenment
  • Frank Crawshaw (Arnold Tanner, 1961) was Arnold Farrow in Planet of Giants
  • Campbell Singer (Mason) and Reg Lever (Davies) both appeared in The Celestial Toymaker - Singer was Joey the Clown, the King of Hearts and Sergeant Rugg, and Lever was the Joker in The Hall of Dolls   
  • Graham Rigby (Thief here; Whitehead, 1963; Lambert, 1965/66; Wardle, 1995) was Larry Madison in The Dalek Invasion of Earth
  • Bryan Mosley (Alf Roberts, 1961-1999) had two parts in The Daleks' Master Plan - he was a Prop Man in The Feast of Steven, and Malpha in The Abandoned Planet
  • Fulton Mackay (Dr. Graham) was Dr. Quinn in The Silurians
  • Angela Douglas (Eunice) was Doris Lethbridge-Stewart in Battlefield
  • John Collin (Snape here; Pickens, 1969; and Stringer, 1979) was Brock in The Leisure Hive
  • Robin Wentworth (Dewhurst here; and Greaves, 1969) was Professor Horner in the first episode of The Daemons
  • Donald Morley (Fletcher here; and Bolton, 1974) and Keith Anderson (Constable) both appeared in The Reign of Terror - as Jules Renan and Robespierre respectively
  • Kenneth Cope (Jed Stone, 1961-63, 1966, 2008-09) was Packard in Warriors' Gate
  • Phillip Anthony (Pilkington) was Roald in The Daleks' Master Plan: The Nightmare Begins
  • Keith Marsh (Foreman here; Chippendale, 1966; Marsden, 1980; and Uncle Mervyn, 1999) was Conway in Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD
  • Neville Barber (Marsden) was Dr. Cook in The Time Monsters
  • Steve Plytas (Leo) was Wigner in The Tenth Planet
  • Anne Reid (Valerie Tatlock/Barlow, 1961-1971) was Nurse Crane in The Curse of Fenric, and Florence the Plasmavore in Smith and Jones
  • Jack Woolgar (Stallholder here; and Noblett, 1970) was Staff Sergeant Arnold in The Web of Fear
  • Harold Goldblatt (Riley) was Professor Dale in (episodes 3 and 4 of) Frontier in Space
  • Bernard Kay (Foster) was Carl Tyler in The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Saladin in The Crusade, Inspector Crossland in The Faceless Ones, and Caldwell in Colony in Space, and later voiced Major Dickens for Night Thoughts (BF, 2006)
  • Stratford Johns (Powell) was Monarch in Four to Doomsday
First shown in September 2010, The Road to Coronation Street also 
featured another six Doctor Who cast and crew connections:
  • Lynda Baron (Violet Carson) recorded The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon (sung off screen) for The Gunfighters way back in 1966, then was Captain Wrack in Enlightenment, then Val in Closing Time 
  • Steven Berkoff (Sidney Bernstein) provided the voice of the Shakri in The Power of Three
  • Celia Imrie (Doris Speed) was Miss Kizlet in The Bells of Saint John, and voiced Dr. Elizabeth Bradley for Counter Measures (BF, 2013), then Madame Tissot for Gallery of Ghouls, and Livia for Gallifrey: Enemy Lines (both 2016)
  • Tim Palmer was also the cinematographer on Let's Kill HitlerThe Wedding of River Song and Nightmare in Silver
  • Thomas Alibone was assistant director on An Adventure in Space and Time too
  • Adam Green also edited The Girl Who Died, The Woman Who Lived and The Husbands of River Song

Doctor Who On This Day #178


1965 The Chase, Episode 6: The Planet of Decision first screened on BBC1
1968 - The HighlandersEpisode 3, The Underwater Menace, Episode 3, 
The Moonbase, Episode 3, The Macra Terror, Episode 3 and The Faceless
 Ones, Episode 1 all repeated on ABC
1970 The Moonbase, Episode 1 repeated and The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 
2 first screened, both on TV1 (NZ); and The Mind Robber, Episodes 1, 3 and 
4 repeated and Episode 5 first screened, all on ABC
1977 The Time Warrior, Parts 3 and 4, The Ark in Space, Part 2 and Revenge 
of the Cybermen, Parts 3 and 4 all repeated on ABC
1978 Carnival of Monsters, Episode 4 and Death to the Daleks, Parts 2 and 
3 all repeated on ABC
1979 - The Three Doctors, Episode 4 and The Green Death, Episodes 1 and 
3 all repeated on ABC
1980 - Image of the FendahlPart 1 first screened on WTTW 11; and The 
Invasion of Time, Part 6 and The Ribos Operation, Part 2 both repeated on
ABC
1981 The Hand of Fear, Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1982 The Leisure HivePart 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 The Invasion of Time, Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus; and The Twin 
Dilemma, Part 2 first screened on ABC
1985 The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 6 repeated on KQED Plus
1986 The Three Doctors, Episode 1 repeated on ABC; and Time Flight,
Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1987 Day of the Daleks, Episode 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1988 The Keys of Marinus Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1989 - Planet of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on WTTW 11; and The Seeds 
of Doom, Part 6 repeated on ABC
1990 The Ultimate Foe, Part 14 repeated on KQED Plus
1991 Pyramids of Mars, Part 4 repeated on TV de Galicia; and Full Circle, 
Part 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1992 - Frontier in Space, Episode 5 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 The Mark of the Rani Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1994 The Leisure Hive Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1995 The Three Doctors, Episode 4 repeated on UK Gold; and State of Decay Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1997 Frontier in Space, Episode 5 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Revenge 
of the Cybermen, Part 3 repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre repeated on Space; and Delta 
and the Bannermen, Part 2 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 100,000 BC, Episode 2: The Cave of Skulls repeated on Space; The Sea 
Devils, Episodes 4 and 5 both repeated on Iowa PTV; Carnival of Monsters
Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Ark in Space, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV and Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC America; The Android Invasion, Part 3 first screened on Prairie PTV; The Stones of Blood, Part 3
repeated on BBC Prime; and Warriors' Gate Omnibus repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 3: Day of Reckoning repeated on
Prime; The Silurians, Episode 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus); Robot, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC America; and Frontios Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
2001 The Creature from the Pit, Part 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2002 The Invasion of Time, Part 4 repeated on BBC Kids (Can); and Th
Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Part 3 repeated on BBC Prime
2003 Genesis of the DaleksPart 4 repeated on Tele 5; and The Face of Evil
Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2004 - The Web of Fear, Episode 1 repeated on BBC4; The Sea Devils
Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Colorado PTV; and Nightmare of Eden 
Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2005 Warriors of the Deep, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Iowa PTV;
and Frontios Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2006 - Aliens of London repeated on People+ Arts (Spain); The Long Game 
first screened on KBS2; and Father's Day first screened on KBS2 and repeated 
on Syfy (US)
2007 - Aliens of London and World War Three both repeated on KOCE; and
Bad Wolf and Doctor Who Confidential: The World of Who both first screened on KQED Plus
2008 The Mutants, Episodes 4 and 5 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi and
TV4; Aliens of London first screened on Syfy (FRG); and Bad Wolf repeated 
on Jimmy
2009 The Impossible Planet and Doctor Who Confidential: You've Got the 
Look both repeated on UNC-MX; The Shakespeare CodeGridlock, Doctor Who Confidential: Stage Fright and Are We There Yet? all repeated on WGVU; and Midnight repeated on Syfy (US)

2010 - The Age of Steel and The Idiot's Lantern both repeated on AXN SciFi (Pol); The Big Bang first screened on BBC1; Doctor Who Confidential: Out 
of Time first screened on BBC3; and The Adventure Games: Blood of the Cybermen released on BBC Online
2011 Mawdryn Undead and Terminus Omnibuses and Enlightenment, Parts
 1 and 2 all repeated on MTV3 SciFi; 
Flesh and Stone and Doctor Who Confidential: Blinded by the Light both 
repeated on MPTV; and The Big Bang first screened on KBS2
2012 World War Three repeated on UKTV (Aus); The Impossible Planet 
repeated on BBC America; Fear Her first screened on YLE TV2; Utopia and
Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: 'Ello 'Ello 'Ello both repeated on ABC2;
and Orbis, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on Radio 4 Extra
2013 World War Three repeated on Watch; Blink repeated on Syfy (Portugal); 
The Time of Angels repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin America HD; Closing Time first screened on YLE TV2; Cold War first screened on Fox (FRG); Hide 
repeated on France 4; and The Crimson Horror first screened on Syfy (Ben)
2014 Pyramids of Mars, Part 4, Four to Doomsday, Part 1 and The Lodger all
 repeated on Syfy (Aus); Snakedance, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Horror; 
The Empty Child repeated on Watch; The Parting of the Ways repeated on TV3; 
Fear Her and Army of Ghosts both repeated on RAI4; The Family of Blood 
repeated on KCPT2; A Christmas Carol repeated on Syfy (Portugal); The 
Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon both repeated on Fox (FRG); Night Terrors repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The Doctor, the 
Widow and the Wardrobe repeated on France 4; The Angels Take Manhattan 
repeated on Syfy (Ben); HideJourney to the Centre of the TARDIS and The 
Crimson Horror all repeated on BBC America; and Doctor Who Confidential 
Cutdown: Take Two repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2015 The Silurians, Episodes 4 to 7 all repeated on UNC-MX; Planet of the 
Spiders, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Horror; The Androids of TaraParts
 1 and 2 both repeated and Delta and the BannermenPart 3 and Dragonfire
Part 1 both first screened, all on Retro TV; Rise of the Cybermen repeated on
Disney XD (US); Gridlock repeated and Daleks in Manhattan first screened, both
on FX (India); 42, Human Nature, The Doctor's Daughter, The Unicorn and the Wasp, Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead all repeated on Syfy (Aus);
The End of TimePart 2 repeated on TV Cultura and KLRU; Flesh and Stone 
repeated on ABC2; The Impossible Astronaut and Doctor Who Confidential: 
Take Two both repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The God Complex 
repeated on KCPT2; A Town Called Mercy repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC
Polska HD; The Power of Three repeated on ABC; and Journey to the Centre 
of the TARDIS and The Crimson Horror both repeated on UKTV (NZ)
2016 - The Silurians, Episodes 1 to 4 all repeated on MPTV; Inferno, Episode
 7 repeated on Retro TV; Terror of the Autons, Episodes 1 to 3 all repeated on 
Retro TV and Omnibus repeated on WVPB; Revenge of the Cybermen Omnibus repeated on KERA; The Brain of Morbius Omnibus repeated on WFWA; The 
Seeds of DoomPart 4 repeated on KRWG and Omnibus repeated on WSRE;
 The Masque of Mandragora Omnibus repeated on WYCC; The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 5 repeated on KPTS; The Happiness Patrol, Parts 1 and 2 both 
repeated on KBTC; Tooth and Clarepeated on KNCT; 42 repeated on KCPT;
The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords both repeated on EBRU; Turn 
LeftThe Stolen Earth and Journey's End all repeated on BBC Polska HD; The 
LodgerThe Pandorica Opens, The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon 
all repeated on Syfy (Latin America); The Big Bang and The Time of the Doctor
both repeated on Syfy (Aus); A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill Hitler both
repeated on Watch; Asylum of the Daleks repeated on BBC Entertainment 
Europe; The Caretaker repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; Flatline 
repeated on WILL and Iowa PTV; Death in Heaven repeated on BBC First
 (Middle East) and WXXI; Under the Lake and Before the Flood both repeated 
on Fox (FRG) and Syfy (Brazil); The Girl Who Died and The Women Who Lived 
both repeated on Syfy (Brazil); The Zygon Invasion repeated on BBC First 
(Ben) and Syfy (Brazil); The Curse of Davros, Part 1 repeated on Radio 4 Extra; and Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD both screened on Moviemix (UK)

2017 The Chase, Episodes 3 and 4 both repeated on Retro TV; The Deadly AssassinPart 2 repeated on The Zone; The Twin Dilemma Omnibus repeated 
on WETA UK; Boom Town repeated on Syfy (Aus); Evolution of the Daleks,
 The Lazarus Experiment, 42, Human Nature, The Family of Blood and Blink
 all repeated on BBC America; Partners in Crime and The Fires of Pompeii both repeated on RAI4; Deep Breath repeated on BBC Polska HD; Mummy on the 
Orient Express and Flatline both repeated on Syfy (Brazil); Before the Flood 
and Under the Lake both repeated on Syfy (Latin America); and World Enough
 and Time first screened on Syfy (LA) and repeated on ABC2

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Doctor Who Vs. James Bond, Part 12: Casino Royale

Ian Fleming's first spy novel was published in 1953,
and was adapted by CBS for American TV just a year
later. The first Bond film not conceived by the Eon 
Productions stable was released by Columbia Pictures
 in 1967, just two months before You Only Live Twice.
Producer Charles Feldman had acquired the cinema 
rights to Casino Royale in 1960 with the intention of 
adapting the book with Eon and, but negotiations with 
Broccoli and Saltzman failed. Eon would not produce an official version until 2006, when Daniel Craig (born 
1968) debuted as Agent 007.
Shown again on ITV last night, the twenty-first entry 
in the Bond film series featured Judi Dench (as M), 
Eva Green (Vesper), Mads Mikkelsen (Le Chiffre), 
and ten Doctor Who cast and crew connections:

  • Joseph Millson (Carter) was series regular Alan Jackson in The Sarah Jane Adventures
  • Tobias Menzies (Villiers) played Lieutenant Stepashin in Cold War
  • Big Finish guest actor Tom Chadbon (Broker) was Duggan in City of Death, Merdeen in The Mysterious Planet, and voiced Gordon for No More Lies (2007), and Embery for both The Paradox Planet and Legacy of Death (for 2016)
  • Robert Jezek (Officer) was Sergeant Zbrigniev in (part 1 of) Battlefield
  • Christina Cole (Receptionist) was Lilith in The Shakespeare Code
  • Peter Brooke (Policeman) was a Man in Daleks in Manhattan
  • Greg Bennett (Driver) was both a Sycorax Warrior and UNIT Soldier in The Christmas Invasion, and an uncredited Guest in The Lazarus Experiment
  • Glenn Foster was a stuntman on Tooth and Claw too
  • executive producer Anthony Waye was assistant director on both Dalek films
  • composer David Arnold had also provided a new arrangement of the Doctor Who theme tune for Big Finish's Eighth Doctor releases

Doctor Who On This Day #177


1943 - Designer Roger Murray-Leach born in Britain
1965 - 100,000 BC, Episode 3: The Forest of Fear and The Keys of Marinus
Episodes 3 and 4 all repeated on ABC; and Dr. Who and the Daleks released 
in London cinemas
1966 The War Machines, Episode 1 first screened on BBC1
1968 - The HighlandersEpisode 2, The Underwater Menace, Episode 2, The 
Moonbase, Episode 2, The Macra Terror, Episodes 2 and 4 and The Faceless 
Ones, Episode 6 all repeated on ABC
1972 - The War Games, Episode 6 repeated on ABC
1976 Planet of the Spiders, Part 5 and The Ark in Space, Part 4 both repeated
on ABC
1979 -  The Three Doctors, Episodes 3 and 4 and The Green Death, Episode 
2 all repeated on ABC
1980 The Sun Makers, Part 4 first screened on WTTW 11; and The Invasion 
of Time, Parts 5 and 6 and The Ribos Operation, Part 1 all repeated on ABC
1981 The Hand of Fear, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1982 The Leisure HivePart 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1983 - Planet of Evil, Part 4 first screened on KSPS; and The Hand of Fear
Part 1 repeated on KQED Plus
1984 The Power of Kroll Omnibus repeated on WTTW 11; and The Twin 
Dilemma, Part 1 first screened on ABC
1985 The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 5 repeated on KQED Plus
198The Time Monster, Episode 6 repeated on ABC; and Time Flight
Part 2 repeated on KQED Plus
1987 Day of the Daleks, Episode 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1988 Genesis of the Daleks, Part 2 repeated on Super Channel (UK);
Earthshock, Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus; and Four to Doomsday, Parts
1 and 2 and Planet of Fire Omnibus all repeated on ABC
1989 The Hand of Fear, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Super Channel (UK);
and The Ultimate Foe Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1991 Pyramids of Mars, Part 3 repeated on TV de Galicia; and Full Circle, 
Part 3 repeated on KQED Plus
1992 - Frontier in Space, Episode 4 repeated on KQED Plus
1993 The Time Monster, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold
1994 - The Ribos Operation Omnibus repeated on KQED Plus
1995 The Three Doctors Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
1997 Frontier in Space, Episode 4 repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Revenge 
of the Cybermen, Part 2 repeated on UK Gold
1998 The Web Planet, Episode 5: Invasion repeated on Space; and Delta 
and the Bannermen, Part 1 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
1999 100,000 BC, Episode 1: An Unearthly Child repeated on Space;
The Edge of Destruction Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Earthshock,
Part 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2000 The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 2: The Daleks repeated on Prime;
Day of the Daleks, Episode 2 repeated on TG4; Genesis of the Daleks, Parts
3 and 4 both repeated on KBTC; Planet of Evil, Part 1 repeated on KUED and
Parts 2 and 3 both repeated on WCET; The Android Invasion, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on NHPTV; The Robots of Death, Part 1 repeated on Twin Cities PTV;
The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 2 repeated on WQED and Part 3 repeated on Lakeshore PTV; The Sun Makers, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on Colorado PTV;
The Androids of Tara, Part 1 repeated on KNME; The Horns of Nimon, Parts 3
and 4 both repeated on MiND; Warriors' GatePart 1 repeated on BBC Prime;
Kinda Omnibus repeated on MPT; Timelash, Part 3 (of 4) repeated on WUSF; and Remembrance of the Daleks Omnibus repeated on UK Gold
2001 The War Games, Episodes 6 to 10 all repeated on KQED Plus; and
The Creature from the Pit, Part 3 repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2002 The Invasion of Time, Part 3 repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2003 Genesis of the DaleksPart 3 repeated on Tele 5; and The Deadly 
Assassin, Parts 3 and 4 both repeated on BBC Kids (Can)
2005 The Awakening Omnibus repeated on UK Gold; and Dalek first screened 
on ABC1
2006 - The Tomb of the Cybermen Omnibus repeated on MPT; The Three 
Doctors, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; The Unquiet Dead
 repeated on People+ Arts (Spain); and Fear Her repeated on BBC3
2007 - The Long Game first screened on WTTW 11; The Parting of the Ways 
first screened on NET and repeated on People+ Arts (Spain); and Doctor Who Confidential: The Last Battle first screened on NET
2008 The Mutants, Episodes 2 and 3 both first screened on MTV3 SciFi and
TV4; and The Unquiet Dead first screened on Syfy (FRG)
2009 The Impossible Planet and Doctor Who Confidential: You've Got the Look both repeated on UNC-TV; The Shakespeare Code, GridlockDoctor Who Confidential: Stage Fright and Are We There Yet? all repeated on WGVU; Planet
of the Ood first screened on Syfy (Ben); and Midnight repeated on Syfy (US)
2010 - The Unquiet Dead repeated on AXN SciFi (Pol); The Doctor Dances 
repeated on Syfy (Russia); School Reunion first screened on Space; The Age 
of Steel repeated on Syfy (FRG); Fear Her repeated on Syfy (Spain); Turn Left and Doctor Who Confidential: Here Comes the Girls both first screened 
on WGVU; The Vampires of Venice repeated on Prime; and The Pandorica Opens repeated on BBC3
2011 The Fires of Pompeii repeated on ABC1; and The Hungry Earth and
Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: After Effects both repeated on UKTV (Aus)
2012 The Idiot's Lantern repeated on BBC America; Love & Monsters first screened on YLE TV2; Blink repeated on ABC2; and Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Do You Remember the First Time? repeated on ABC2 and UKTV (Aus)
2013 Aliens of London repeated on Watch; The Family of Blood repeated on
Syfy (Portugal); The God Complex first screened on YLE TV2; The Wedding of 
River Song repeated on Syfy (Spain); Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown: Send
 in the Clones repeated on UKTV (Aus); and Doctor Who Confidential: Look 
Who's Talking repeated on BBC Entertainment Europe, Romania and Middle
East
2014 Pyramids of Mars, Part 3, Castrovalva, Part 4 and Vincent and the 
Doctor all repeated on Syfy (Aus); Snakedance, Parts 1 and 2 both first
screened on Horror; Father's Day repeated on Watch; Boom Town and Bad 
Wolf both repeated on TV3 (Spain); Love & Monsters and Fear Her both
repeated on RAI4; Human Nature repeated on KCPT2; Victory of the Daleks 
repeated on KLRU; The Big Bang repeated on Fox (FRG) and Syfy (Portugal); 
A Christmas Carol repeated on Fox; A Good Man Goes to War and Let's Kill 
Hitler both repeated on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; The God Complex 
repeated on WSIU; The Power of Three repeated on Syfy (Ben); The Bells of 
Saint JohnThe Rings of Akhaten and Cold War all repeated on BBC America; 
and An Adventure in Space and Time repeated on BBC Entertainment Latin 
America HD
2015 Planet of the Spiders, Parts 1 and 2 both repeated on Horror; The 
Stones of BloodParts 3 and 4 both repeated and Delta and the Bannermen
Parts 1 and 2 both first screened, all on Retro TV; Logopolis, Part 2 and 42
 both repeated on Syfy (Aus); The Girl in the Fireplace repeated on Disney XD (US); Army of Ghosts and Doctor Who Confidential: Welcome to Torchwood
 both repeated on UNC-MX; Gridlock first screened on FX (India); The End of 
Time, Part 1 repeated on TV Cultura; The Time of Angels repeated on ABC2; 
A Christmas Carol and Doctor Who Confidential: Breaking the Silence both
 repeated on BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific; The Girl Who Waited repeated
on KCPT2; Asylum of the Daleks and Dinosaurs on a Spaceship both repeated 
on BBC Nordic HD and BBC Polska HD; and A Town Called Mercy repeated
on ABC
2016 The Daleks, Episodes 4 and 5, Enlightenment, Parts 3 and 4 and
The King's Demons Omnibus all repeated on Retro TV; The AztecsEpisode 
3: The Bride of Sacrifice repeated on KMOS; Forest of the Dead, Midnight and
Turn Left all repeated on BBC Polska HD; The Stolen Earth and Journey's End both repeated on BBC Polska HD and Watch; Cold Blood, Vincent and the 
Doctor, The LodgerThe Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang all repeated on 
Syfy (Latin America); Asylum of the Daleks repeated on BBC Entertainment 
Europe; Cold War repeated on Syfy (Spain); Deep Breath repeated on BBC First (Middle East) and Syfy (LA); Into the Dalek repeated on BBC First (ME), 
BBC Entertainment Asia Pacific and Syfy (LA); Robot of Sherwood repeated on 
BBC Entertainment AP and Syfy (LA); Listen, Time Heist and The Caretaker 
all repeated on BBC Entertainment AP; Under the Lake, Before the Flood,
 The Girl Who Died and The Zygon Invasion all repeated on Syfy (Brazil); 
The Women Who Lived repeated on BBC First (Ben) and Syfy (Brazil); Last 
Christmas repeated on BBC First (Ben); Heaven Sent repeated on BBC First 
(RSA) and TLC TV; and The Curse of Davros, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 
4 Extra
2017 The Dominators, Episodes 1 and 2 both repeated on KBTC; The Sea 
Devils Omnibus repeated on MPTV; The Three Doctors Omnibus repeated on Retro TV; Terror of the Zygons Omnibus repeated on WFWA; The Hand of Fear 
and The Deadly Assassin Omnibuses both repeated on The Zone; Image of the Fendahl Omnibus repeated on WYCC; The Leisure Hive Omnibus repeated on 
WXXI; State of Decay Omnibus repeated on WILL; Logopolis Omnibus repeated 
on Iowa PTV; Terminus Omnibus repeated on WSRE; Timelash Omnibus 
repeated on Idaho PTV; The Doctor Dances and The Wedding of River Song
both repeated on Syfy (Aus); Last of the Time Lords and Voyage of the Damned 
both repeated on RAI4; The God Complex and Closing Time both repeated on W;
Robot of Sherwood repeated on TLC TV; In the Forest of the Night, Dark Water,
 Before the Flood and The Girl Who Died all repeated on Syfy (Brazil); Death in
 Heaven and The Magician's Apprentice both repeated oBBC Entertainment 
Europe and Syfy (Brazil); The Witch's Familiar and Under the Lake both repeated on Syfy (Latin America) and Syfy (Brazil); Empress of Mars repeated on DR3;
The Eaters of Light repeated on BBC America and Syfy (Brazil); World Enough 
and Time first screened on BBC America, ABC, ABC ME, Space, Prime, YLE TV2 
and Syfy (Brazil); and Point of Entry, Episode 1 repeated on Radio 4 Extra