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Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis

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Following the first episode of the first-ever adventure (An Unearthly Child) on 23 November 1963, Doctor Who became to many viewers the most consistently imaginative, inspiring and good-humoured series on British television. The seven Doctors and their various assistants are fondly remembered, and their relative merits hotly debated by generations of fans.
This special documentary, made by a lifelong fan of the series, brings together Doctors Jon Pertwee, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy with assistants Nicola Bryant (Peri), Frazer Hines (Jamie), Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane) and Debbie Watling (Victoria) to recall three decades of time travel, endearingly cheap special effects and monsters such as Cybermen, Sea Devils, Zygons, Yetis, Autons and the most evil aliens of all: Daleks.
Classic clips, interviews, behind-the-scenes anecdotes and even Doctor Who
"bloopers" feature in this special birthday tribute.
(The continuing story of Planet of the Daleks can be seen on Friday at 7.30pm)

Contributors

Interviewee: Jon Pertwee
Interviewee: Colin Baker
Interviewee: Sylvester McCoy
Interviewee: Nicola Bryant
Interviewee: Frazer Hines
Interviewee: Elisabeth Sladen
Interviewee: Debbie Watling
Director: Kevin Davies
Producer: John Bush

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Doctor Who: 30 Years in the Tardis

BBC One London, 29 November 1993 20.00






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