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High on Sci-FiShowplace1989-01-01
Chris Clough - DirectorStarburst1989-01-01
The Seventh Life of a Time LordOregon Focus1989-01-01
WKAR-TV Tops WinterFest Goal!Fine Tuning (East Lansing)1989-01-01
Bonnie BluesElectronics Today International (England)1989-01-01
Who, WhatStarlog1989-01-03
Ex-Dr Who Colin Baker might wish he'd stayed in his Tardis come 1 AprilBella1989-01-04
I am a fairly large fan of Dr. WhoThe Fresno Bee1989-01-08
Who's My NameThe Sun1989-01-11
Science Fiction AuctionWausau Daily Herald1989-01-12
A spectacular Stage PresentationLondon Evening Standard1989-01-13
Dr Jon ... 20 years onSunday Express1989-01-15
Axe Dr Who!The Mirror1989-01-16
All The World's A StageThe Sydney Morning Herald1989-01-16
Good doctor takes on wasps in spaceThe Canberra Times1989-01-16
Dr Who now on stageThe Canberra Times1989-01-19
New quest for Dr. fanaticsDerby Express1989-01-19
Doctor Who invasionWausau Daily Herald1989-01-29
After October, the Doctor is gone!!The Gamecock1989-02-01
One of the BestOregon Focus1989-02-01
Seventh Life of a Time LordIn the Public Eye (North Dakota)1989-02-01
Here's a new doctor for 'Doctor Who'Democrat and Chronicle1989-02-03
Jon Pertwee, warts and allTV Times1989-02-04
Robot RonNews of the World1989-02-05
Science fiction fans who want to keep the program "Doctor Who" in Wichita areaThe Wichita Eagle1989-02-09
Ch. 9 showing 'Dr. Who' twiceThe Evansville Courier1989-02-10
The Doctor is In (Vidette-Messenger)The Vidette-Messenger1989-02-18
Actress Rebecca ThornhillThe Courier & Advertiser1989-02-24
Cybermen play while Doctor's awayToday1989-02-24
Gissa hug, EarthlingThe Mirror1989-02-24
Who's Tardis is on its wayAberdeen Evening Express1989-02-24
What a carry on Rebecca!The Sun1989-02-24
The Magnus Opus Con 4 Science Fiction and Fantasy Fair has movedThe Gamecock1989-03-01
Tar Heel public TV woos you with festivalWilmington Star-News1989-03-03
Dr Who Fears The Iron LadyThe Kingston Informer
Hounslow & Chiswick Informer
Richmond Informer
Dull doctorLook-in1989-03-04
Fantasy conventionSpartanburg Herald-Journal1989-03-07
Gerald FloodVariety1989-03-07
Doctor Who alertThe Wichita Eagle1989-03-08
Komix CastleThe Red & Black1989-03-09
Sci-fi fans beam up to Intergalactic ExpoChicago Tribune1989-03-10
Let your keyboard to the talkingMadison Capital Times1989-03-11
Thatcher Calls In Dr Who!Daily Record1989-03-11
Dr. Who ClubThe Vidette-Messenger1989-03-13
Old-timer Jon lands a job with Mrs T!The Kingston Informer1989-03-17
There's a Dr Who Convention at St John's SchoolLondon Evening Standard1989-03-17
Jon Pertwee in Doctor Who The Ultimate AdventureThe Sunday Times1989-03-19
Dr. WhatThe Gamecock1989-03-20
Speaking of $$$$The Evening Sun (Baltimore)1989-03-21
Out of this world!Sandwell Evening Mail1989-03-22
Timelord Jon wearing wellAberdeen Evening Express1989-03-31
Tardis Takes Off!Evening Telegraph1989-03-31
Doctor Who 25th AnniversaryToronto Star1989-04-02
Dr Who beats all the best baddiesThe Press and Journal1989-04-04
Good news/bad newsThe Miami Herald1989-04-08
The old Dr. Who had lousy sets and terrible propsGreen Bay Press-Gazette1989-04-08
Who's that man!Liverpool Echo1989-04-10
Who's a Lucky BoyDaily Star1989-04-11
Good-lord! Who raises £100Thanet Times1989-04-11
The Doctor fights againThe Crew Chronicle1989-04-12
Who's Who (Liverpool Echo)Liverpool Echo1989-04-12
Doctor Who - The Ultimate AdventureThe Stage and Television Today1989-04-13
Colin Baker, with hedgehog friendLook-in1989-04-15
Doctor Who: televized science fiction as contemporary melodramaExtrapolation1989-04-15
Just what the doctor ordered (Lichfield Mercury)Lichfield Mercury1989-04-21
Computerised special effects!The Observer1989-04-23
Who's back but who is Who?Sandwell Evening Mail1989-04-25
Who's the lucky boy then, Doc?Daily Express1989-04-27
McBain dies at height of TV careerThe Herald1989-04-27
Kenny McBainThe Times1989-04-29
The Return of Doctor ThreeStarburst1989-05-01
Doctor Who: The Silver AnniversaryStarlog1989-05-02
Dog DaysStarlog1989-05-02
More TV shows face blackoutThe Times1989-05-10
Jon Pertwee: putting Dr Who on stageNew Idea1989-05-13
Cult leader's mission to return to futureThe Herald1989-05-15
Another DoctorSandwell Evening Mail1989-05-15
Doctor, we seem to have landed on our feet hereThe Herald1989-05-16
Kenneth McBainVariety1989-05-17
In search of the truth about volatile VerityThe Daily Telegraph1989-05-24
Genesis of the Daleks (Victor Harbor Times)Victor Harbor Times1989-05-26
Aargh! Who's that evil Parson?News of the World1989-05-28
Stranded by the DoctorStarlog1989-06-01
Science fiction fan has a date with the DoctorThe Newcastle Journal1989-06-02
Jon Pertwee will be signingLondon Evening Standard1989-06-02
A 1963 classic in two partsRadio Times1989-06-03
Spectacular stunts on SaturdayThe Newcastle Journal1989-06-08
Daleks' screen debutSt Ives Weekly News
Saffron Walden Weekly News
WhodunnitThe Sun1989-06-08
Anniversary party-membership driveOrlando Sentinel1989-06-08
All Is Not LostStrange Things are Happening1989-06-14
No match for the latest enemyThe Stage and Television Today1989-06-15
Dr Who Girl Cheats DeathNews of the World1989-06-18
Dr Who, Ron RonThe Sunday Mirror1989-06-25
Who's going to whoop it up!The Burton Mail1989-07-01
Dr Who fans step into time machineBirmingham Mail
Sandwell Evening Mail
Dr. Who helped bring them togetherWisconsin State Journal1989-07-02
Matters in ConflictStarlog1989-07-04
Who's that on the No. 68 bus?Edinburgh Evening News1989-07-05
Tardis landingEast Kent Mercury1989-07-06
It's Dr Who & the Daleks!Edinburgh and Lothians Post1989-07-06
Monsters, gore, tales of terror: It's just another Saturday nightThe Baltimore Sun1989-07-15
A must for all Who fansEast Kent Mercury1989-07-20
Dr. Who visits limboThe Commercial Appeal1989-07-25
Who Knew?The Baltimore Sun1989-07-29
A Fan Turned OnIn the Public Eye (North Dakota)1989-08-01
Spaced out in San JoseThe Stanford Daily1989-08-03
My time's up DocBirmingham Weekly Mercury1989-08-13
That's whomThe Record1989-08-13
Doctor Who shows great resilience through time-and-space adventureMontreal Gazette1989-08-19
Colbourne's wayRadio Times1989-08-26
Good Old Days of TV was top pledge drawThe Evening Sun1989-09-01
The man who travels through time in an old police box returns to our screens in SeptemberEmpire1989-09-01
Sun FunThe Sun1989-09-02
Monster bashRadio Times1989-09-02
Trading FuturesStarlog1989-09-05
Who ChoiceStarlog1989-09-05
Jean Marsh enjoys her role as the evil witch MorgaineThe Mirror1989-09-06
Another visit from the DoctorThe Newcastle Journal1989-09-06
A number of "Dr. Who" episodes are available through Playhouse VideoChicago Tribune1989-09-08
Inconsequential television weekThe Newcastle Journal1989-09-09
Sylvester isn't the real McCoyDaily Star1989-09-09
Ace style of Doctor Who's girlThe Sun1989-09-13
Today, Doctor Who is wholesomeThe Stage and Television Today1989-09-21
Doctor Who ... who is he?Radio Times1989-09-23
Who's this Doctor? Your Ace has grown into a queenDaily Mail1989-09-23
What's Up, Doc? (TV Guide)TV Guide (Great Britain)1989-09-23
Is public television too snobby?Daily News1989-09-24
Doctor's orders (Liverpool Echo)Liverpool Echo1989-09-26
Hartnell's MonstersThe Shreveport Times1989-09-28
Ace ... she's driving me madRadio Times1989-09-30
Dr Who fans get ready for the big invasionLiverpool Echo1989-10-06
Doc fails time testThe Sun1989-10-09
Anorexia Almost Exterminated Me!The Sun1989-10-12
Dalek-ited to meet you!Liverpool Echo1989-10-14
Old Nick turns up as a vicarThe Mirror1989-10-20
Dr Who killed by the StreetThe Sun1989-10-21
Who watches Doctor Who?Radio Times1989-10-21
You Know Who (Today)Today1989-10-23
Sutherland dares Daleks in Dr Who roleThe Herald (Ireland)1989-10-23
Dr Who defeated at hotelReading Evening Post1989-10-23
Lust in spaceThe Mirror1989-10-23
First of a four-part adventure set during World War IIThe Daily Telegraph1989-10-25
A Timeless Time Lord!The Daily Telegraph1989-10-26
Who's Who Then?Liverpool Echo1989-10-26
The Doctor's Adventures in ComixSpeakeasy1989-11-01
Dr Who encountered a Northumbrian vicar played by Nicholas ParsonsChurch Times1989-11-03
Sci-fi fans united to form Time LordsThe Red & Black1989-11-08
Dr. WhodunitToronto Star1989-11-11
The BBC has had mixed feelingsLondon Evening Standard1989-11-17
National TV archive is urged by film instituteThe Daily Telegraph1989-11-21
Look Who's hereThe Mirror1989-11-22
Harvey (Norman Pace) puts a price on timelord Sylvester McCoy's headThe Daily Telegraph1989-11-22
Doctor Who ... the futureRadio Times1989-11-25
Doc's too diddy to duff up DaleksNews of the World1989-11-26
I Was Nearly Zapped By Doctor Who!The Sunday People1989-11-26
Doctor goes independentThe Stage and Television Today1989-11-30
The When Of Doctor WhoIn the Public Eye (North Dakota)1989-12-01
Doctor to go private?The Daily Telegraph1989-12-01
Dalek Man, LondonStarlog1989-12-05
Who's Dr. Who, anyhow?Montgomery Advertiser1989-12-21

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