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Next week in Radio Times Radio Times 1963-11-14
Highlights Radio Times 1963-11-21
Kennedy Assassinated The Mirror 1963-11-23
To-day's Television and Radio The Herald 1963-11-23
Week-end Broadcasting Programmes The Daily Telegraph 1963-11-23
Marco Polo Radio Times 1964-02-22
What to stay home for The Canberra Times 1965-01-11
First programme in a new B.B.C. science fiction adventure serial The Canberra Times 1965-01-11
Dr. Who and The Lionheart Radio Times 1965-03-27
Who's Who?-- and Where's Dr. Who Tonight? Radio Times 1966-12-15
Patrick Troughton makes a younger if less cantankerous Dr. Who The Age 1967-09-12
Mandragora energy! Radio Times 1976-09-04
Saturday preview Toronto Star 1976-09-11
TV Choice (The Times) The Times 1977-11-12
Marc's View Radio Times 1978-11-25
Logopolis Dunfermline Press 1980-03-13
Meglos The Sun 1980-09-27
The spoofy British series makes its bow Saturday The New Orleans Times-Picayune 1980-12-28
The Shadow Man TV Times 1981-01-12
The Keeper of Traken Dunfermline Press 1981-01-30
Personal choice The Times 1981-03-21
Peter Davison as Doctor Who Scene 2 and 17 1983-05-01
The Five Doctors (Sunday Telegraph) The Sunday Telegraph (England) 1983-11-20
The Five Doctors (The Times) The Times 1983-11-25
The Five Doctors (Daily Star) Daily Star 1983-11-25
The Five Doctors The Daily Telegraph 1983-11-25
The Five Doctors (The Guardian) The Guardian 1983-11-25
Peri for short Edinburgh Evening News 1984-03-15
Isla Blair plays Isabella Edinburgh Evening News 1984-07-06
The Time Lord's travelling companion Peri Edinburgh Evening News 1985-03-02
Tony Selby plays a galactic pirate Daily Express 1986-09-13
Into the egg box future The Times 1987-09-07
Sylvester McCoy makes his debut as television's most famous time-traveller Evening Chronicle 1987-09-07
On his 25th birthday, Doctor Who duly encounters his Silver Nemesis The Independent 1988-11-23
Sophie Aldred and Sylvester McCoy, not about to overcome the Cybermen The Daily Telegraph 1988-11-23
Silver jubilee The Scotsman 1988-11-23
First of a four-part adventure set during World War II The Daily Telegraph 1989-10-25
Harvey (Norman Pace) puts a price on timelord Sylvester McCoy's head The Daily Telegraph 1989-11-22
A Doctor Who weekend special interspersed with documentaries, star interviews, monsters, props and gadgets The Daily Telegraph 1990-09-22
Tom Baker is just one Doctor journeying through time Radio Times 1992-01-03
Resistance Is Useless The Daily Telegraph 1992-01-03
Time, gentlemen, please! What's on TV 1992-01-11
Who's next? (Edinburgh Evening News) Edinburgh Evening News 1992-01-31
Just look Who's back! Daily Star 1993-11-05
Planet of the Daleks Radio Times 1993-11-05
On This Week Radio Times 1994-09-17
The low-budget BBC sci-fi series comes to Fox as a big-budget made-for-TV movie TV Guide 1996-05-11
Best bets The Boston Globe 1996-05-12
The nostalgic may hanker for the old black-and-white days and Daleks, but the Time Lord has moved on The Times 1996-05-25
It's Doctor Who - but not as we know it! TV Times 1996-05-25
Doctor Who night TV Times 1999-11-13
Best Regeneration TV Quick 2005-03-26
One of the scariest programmes (if you're eight years old) TV Quick 2005-03-26
Children can't say they've had a proper upbringing until they've spent a Saturday evening hiding behind the sofa with one eye on Doctor Who TV Times 2005-03-26
The BBC has no qualms about reviving old series Daily Express 2005-03-26
Today's TV with Mike Ward Daily Star 2005-04-16
World war TV Magazine 2005-04-23
Flight Of The Dalek The Observer 2005-04-24
Return of the Daleks! TV & Satellite Week 2005-04-30
So, the story we've all been waiting for Radio Times 2005-04-30
Today's TV with Mike Ward (2005-05-07) Daily Star 2005-05-07
What a Christmas treat Radio Times 2005-12-17
Christopher Eccleston's magnificent Doctor Who is a hard act to follow The Times 2005-12-24
Venus Envy TV Guide 2006-04-10
Cat nurses, lonely zombies, mind-swap machines and a fat man who's slowly turning into stone The Guardian 2006-04-15
The new series of Doctor Who gets off to a sensational start The Times 2006-04-15
David Tennant is perfect as the hero Radio Times 2006-04-15
Some kids are going to be wondering about their parents during tonight's episode The Mail on Sunday 2006-04-22
It is bad enough when your computer crashes The Times 2006-05-13
The sad day has arrived for Billie Piper to bow out Daily Mail 2006-07-08
Here is some good news The Times 2007-03-31
Pick of the day (2007) Daily Mail 2007-06-30
Kylie hears a Who: Minogue with Tennant TV Guide 2008-04-14
Today's choices (2009-10-10) Radio Times 2009-10-10
Time Team Radio Times 2010-04-03
The Doctor and Amy are settling nicely into their intergalactic partnership Radio Times 2010-04-10
Yes, it's the Bracewell Ironside Radio Times 2010-04-17
The Doctor's future love who first turned up two years ago in the library of flesh-eating shadows Radio Times 2010-04-24
Peter Capaldi is the Doctor Radio Times 2014-08-23
Tonight, the Doctor must enter the most dangerous place in the universe Radio Times 2014-08-30
Heroic clash Radio Times 2014-09-06
Part creepy, part confusing Radio Times 2014-09-13
A tangle of latex-rubber limbs and a hideous head with eyes on stalks Radio Times 2014-09-20
Arachnophobes everywhere will cringe in revulsion Radio Times 2014-10-04
Mummy on the Orient Express — how's that for an episode title! Radio Times 2014-10-11
Doctor Who is always exploring time and space Radio Times 2014-10-18
Who Is Frank Cottrell-Boyce? Radio Times 2014-10-25
Death is not an end Radio Times 2014-11-01
Crikey! Radio Times 2014-11-08
A child of destiny flees through a war-torn landscape Radio Times 2015-09-19
Surrounded Radio Times 2015-09-26
Time marches on to the Drum Radio Times 2015-10-03
The History of the Zygons Radio Times 2015-11-07
You must not watch this Radio Times 2015-11-14
There's something for everyone in The Husbands of River Song Radio Times 2015-12-19

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