Doctor Who is a British television science fiction series, produced and screened by the BBC on the BBC TV channel from 1963 to 1964, and on BBC 1 (later BBC One) from 1964 to 1989 and since 2005. A one-off television movie, co-produced with Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox Television, was made in 1996.

1970

  • May 9:
    • Part one of “Inferno” is broadcast on BBC 1.
    • Part one of “The Metal Eaters”, featuring the Third Doctor, is published in TV Comic.

1971

  • May 22: Part one of “The Daemons” is broadcast on BBC 1.
  • May 29: Part one of “The Vogan Slaves”, featuring the Third Doctor, is published in Countdown (TV Action).

1972

  • April 29: Part one of “A Stitch in Time”, featuring the Third Doctor, is published in TV Comic.
  • May 20: Part one of “The Time Monster” is broadcast on BBC 1.

1973

  • May 19: Part one of “The Green Death” is broadcast on BBC 1.
  • June 2: Part one of “The Labyrinth”, featuring the Third Doctor,  is published in TV Action.
  • June 7The Dalek Appeal was first broadcast on an episode of Blue Peter. In response to the fact that the two Daleks were stolen, a Dalek has an urgent message for Blue Peter viewers…
  • SeptemberThe Dance of the Daleks was a story that celebrated the return of the two stolen Daleks that had gone missing in June. Broadcast on an episode of Vision On, this was a sort of sequel to The Dalek Appeal, which asked Blue Peter viewers to be on the look out for the missing Daleks.

1974

  • May 4: Part one of “Planet of the Spiders” is broadcast on BBC 1.
  • May 18: Part one of “Size Control”, featuring the Third Doctor, is published in TV Comic.
  • August 24: Part one of “The Metal-Eaters” (a different story to the one published in 1970, also featuring the Third Doctor) is published in TV Comic.

1975

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1977

1978

1979

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