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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)
Second in a four-part dramatisation of Fay Weldon 's bestselling novel about marital discord and revenge.
It's hard to believe that the sexy amazon Rita Rooney was only recently the good housewife Ruth. But, determined on revenge against Mary, the woman who stole her husband, she adopts a range of personalities to secure a job at the home where Mary's mother lives. EdnaO'Brien HERSELF
Adapted by Ted Whitehead Producer Sally Head Director Philip Saville
Tonight's films under review: Walt Disney's Aladdin, which opens nationwide on Friday after a record-breaking start in London, has proved the most successful animated film in history; and The Hawk, starring Helen Mirren as a housewife suspecting her husband of being a serial killer.
There's also a report on an enterprising scheme to revitalise the Ealing Studios - members of the public can invest in a piece of British film-making - and how the stars and creative people might be attracted to film in this most famous of studios.
Plus a look at the latest movie news and charts.
Director Michael Samuels
Producer Bruce Thompson
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In Career Crisis Dr Miriam
Stoppard counsels a graduate who has been looking for work for over a year. Commentary by Mark Curry.
Series editor Bernard Adams
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