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Title: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 12, 2011, 11:19:15 am
Instead of putting these in the 'random facts' thread, they now have a place of their own.

12th June
1947 - Christopher Farries (Sauvix in Warriors of the Deep) was born.
1965 - Journey Into Terror, Episode 4 of The Chase was first aired.
1971 - Episode 4 of The Dæmons was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 13, 2011, 12:12:36 pm
1964 - The Day of Darkness, Episode 4 of The Aztecs was first broadcast.
1970 - Episode 6 of Inferno was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on June 14, 2011, 10:10:42 am
1969 - Episode 9 of The War Games was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 15, 2011, 10:44:50 am
1215 - The Magna Carta was signed
1990 - Leonard Sachs who played Admiral Gaspard de Coligny in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve in 1966 and Lord President Borusa in Arc of Infinity in 1983 passed away


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 16, 2011, 11:36:33 am
1973 - DW: The Green Death, Episode 5 was first broadcast.
1994 - Eileen Way, who played Old Mother in the Doctor Who serial An Unearthly Child (her character being the first character ever to die in the programme) and Karela in The Creature from the Pit. She also appeared in the film Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D, died.
2007 - DW: Utopia was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 17, 2011, 10:50:27 am
1967 - Episode 5 of The Evil of the Daleks was first broadcast.
1972 - Episode 5 of The Time Monster was first broadcast.
2006 - Love & Monsters was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 17, 2011, 04:53:58 pm
 :) I'm liking these!  :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 18, 2011, 12:17:40 pm
1966 - Episode 4 of The Savages was first broadcast.
1973 - Roger Delgado died in a car accident in Turkey; he had played the original Master from 1971-73.
2005 - The Parting of the Ways was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: poprockgeek on June 18, 2011, 03:15:11 pm
2005 - The Parting of the Ways was first broadcast.

Which means that 6 years ago today DT made his debut as the Doctor  :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Aneurin on June 18, 2011, 05:12:43 pm
Which is probably worthy of a fact of its own, really :P


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 19, 2011, 11:42:48 am
1965 - The Death of Doctor Who, Episode 5 of The Chase was first broadcast.
1971 - The Dæmons, Episode 5 was first broadcast.
2010 - The Pandorica Opens was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 19, 2011, 12:27:11 pm
Oh man  I remember the Pandorica opens cause I was doing my D of E this weekend a year ago and I wasn't around to watch it!  :o :(


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 20, 2011, 12:17:56 pm
1964 - Strangers in Space, Episode 1 of The Sensorites was first broadcast.
1970 - Episode 7 of Inferno was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 21, 2011, 10:38:17 am
1964 - David Morrissey was born.
1969 - The War Games, Episode 10 was first broadcast.
1977 - Will Thorp was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 22, 2011, 11:07:48 am
1964 - Paterson Joseph who played Roderick in Bad Wolf and The Parting Of The Ways was born.
1983 - Daphne Heard who played Martha tyler in Image Of The Fendahl died.
1987 - Joe Dempsie who played Cline in The Doctor's Daughter was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 23, 2011, 12:42:18 pm
1973 - Episode 6 of The Green Death was first broadcast.
1973 - Katy Manning makes last regular appearance as companion Jo Grant
2007 - DW: The Sound of Drums was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 24, 2011, 10:20:18 am
1916 - Neil Wilson, who played Sam Seeley in Spearhead from Space was born.
1944 - Julian Holloway, who played Sgt. Paterson in Survival was born.
1951 - Simon Rouse, who played Hindle in Kinda was born.
1951 - David Rodigan, who played Broken Tooth in The Mysterious Planet was born.
1955 - Robert Goodman who played a Mandrel in DW: Nightmare of Eden was born.
1967 - Episode 6 of The Evil of the Daleks was first broadcast.
1972 - Episode 6 of The Time Monster was first broadcast.
1998 - Ken Barker who played a mutant in Revelation of the Daleks died.
2006 - Fear Her was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 25, 2011, 12:49:20 pm
1966 - Episode 1 of The War Machines was first broadcast.
2010 - The Doctor began his travels with Amy Pond


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 26, 2011, 08:06:37 am
Sorry Doc can't resist.

2010- The Big Bang first broadcast :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: poprockgeek on June 26, 2011, 12:04:15 pm
Following on from Hannah's:

2010 - Amy & Rory finally tied the knot - happy first anniversary to them  :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on June 26, 2011, 01:28:47 pm
1965 - Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright returned to Earth using the Dalek time machine in The Chase


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 27, 2011, 10:30:09 am
1964 - The Unwilling Warriors, Episode 2 of The Sensorites was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on June 28, 2011, 10:58:00 am
1912 - Geoffrey Morris, who played played Sabor in Planet of the Spiders was born.
1938 - John Tillinger, who played played Simon Duval in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve was born.
1951 - Lalla Ward, who played Princess Astra and Romana II was born.
2008 - The Stolen Earth was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on June 29, 2011, 09:46:55 am
1943 - Maureen O'Brien, who portrayed companion Vicki, was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on June 30, 2011, 12:03:54 pm
1978 - David Ellis, co-wrote The Faceless Ones with Malcolm Hulke, died.
2007 - Last of the Time Lords was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 01, 2011, 12:48:56 pm
1903 - Beatrix Lehmann who played Professor Amelia Rumford in The Stones of Blood, was born.
1932 - Sonny Caldinez who played 5 supporting roles in Doctor Who including Turoc in The Ice Warrior was born.
1934 - Jean Marsh who played Sara Kingdom in The Daleks' Master Plan, Joanna in The Crusade and Morgaine in Battlefield, was born.
1935 - Dave Prowse who played the Minotaur in The Time Monster, was born.
1956 - Matthew Jacobs who wrote Doctor Who: The Movie, was born.
1967 - Episode 7 of The Evil of the Daleks was first broadcast.
1972 - Dr. Who and the Daleks movie was first broadcast on British television (BBC1).
1978 - Kenneth Benda who played the Defence Minister in The Claws of Axos died.
2006 - Army of Ghosts was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 02, 2011, 01:05:42 pm
1936 - Neville Simons, who played Frank Michaels in The Ambassadors of Death was born.
1966 - The War Machines, Episode 2 was first broadcast.
1991 - Don Houghton, who wrote Inferno and The Mind of Evil died.
2003 - James Saxon, who played Oscar Botcherby in The Two Doctors died.
2008 - Elizabeth Spriggs, who played Tabby in Paradise Towers died.
2007 - Revelation of the Daleks was re-released on DVD in the UK with a special 'O-ring' slipcase.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 03, 2011, 11:13:44 am
1924 - Michael Barrington, who played Sir Colin Thackeray in The Seeds of Doom, was born.
1930 - Robert Robertson, who played Collinson in The Ambassadors of Death, was born.
1942 - Richard Kerley, who played a Yeti in The Abominable Snowmen, was born.
1949 - Susan Penhaligon, who played Lakis in The Time Monster, was born.
1965 - The Watcher, Episode 1 of The Time Meddler was first broadcast.
2001 - Delia Derbyshire, who arranged the original Doctor Who theme, died.
2009 - The Dead Line was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 04, 2011, 01:08:48 pm
1927 - Kathleen Bidmead who guest starred in Survival was born.
1964 - Hidden Danger, Episode 3 of The Sensorites was scheduled to air, but was postponed due to an extended episode of Grandstand airing on the BBC.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 05, 2011, 11:01:01 am
1899 - Harold Goldblatt, who played Professor Dale in Frontier in Space, was born.
1934 - Philip Madoc, who had several roles in the show, most notably in The War Games and The Brain OF Morbius, as well as the movie Daleks Invasion of Earh 2150 A.D, was born.
2004 - The Leisure Hive was released on DVD in the UK.
2008 - Journey's End was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 06, 2011, 11:28:56 am
1935 - Derrick Goodwin, who directed The Invisible Enemy, was born.
1979 - Malcolm Hulke, who was a scriptwriter for the classic series, and also wrote many novelisations, died.
2009 - Children of Earth: Day One was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 07, 2011, 09:38:12 am
1918 - Brenda Bruce, who played Tilda in Paradise Towers was born.
1919 - Jon Pertwee, who played the Third Doctor was born.
1923 - Mostyn Evans, who played Dai Evans in The Green Death and the High Priest in Death to the Daleks was born.
1959 - Stephen Garlick, who played Ibbotson in Mawdryn Undead was born.
1985 - Ewen Solon, who played Chal in The Savages and Vashinky in Planet Of Evil, died.
1997 - Royston Tickner, who played Steinberger P. Green in The Daleks' Master Plan and Robbins in The Sea Devils, died.
2007 - Freddie Earlle, who played Aldo in Warriors' Gate, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 08, 2011, 10:45:12 am
1907 - Erik Chitty, who played Charles Preslin in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve and Engin in The Deadly Assassin, was born
1941 - Polly James, who played Jane Hampden in The Awakening, was born.
2006 - Doomsday was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 09, 2011, 11:05:44 am
1936 - Richard Wilson, who played Dr. Constantine in The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances, was born.
1966 - Episode 3 of The War Machines was first broadcast.
2002 - Gerald Campion, who played Wilkin in the television version of Shada, died.
2009 - Ianto Jones was killed by the 456


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 10, 2011, 10:39:47 am
1925 - David Nettheim, who played Fedorin in The Enemy of the World, was born.
1941 - Jackie Lane, who played First Doctor's companion Dodo, was born.
1965 - The Meddling Monk, Episode 2 ofThe Time Meddler was first broadcast.
1970 - John Simm, who played Harold Saxon, the most recent incarnation of the Master, was born
1972 - Emrys Jones, who played the Master of the Land Of Fiction in The Mind Robber, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 11, 2011, 02:19:21 pm
1925 - David Graham, who played Professor Fyodor Kerensky in City of Death, and Charlie in The Gunfighters, was born.
1939 - Ian Thompson, who played Hetra in The Web Planet and Malsan in The Chase, was born.
1964 - Hidden Danger, Episode 3 of The Sensorites was first broadcast.
1984 - Hugh Morton, who played Sir James Gregson in The Seeds of Death, died.
2000 - Roy Purcell who played Prison Officer Powers in The Mind of Evil and the President of the Council in The Three Doctors, died
2005 - Revelation of the Daleks was released on Region 2 DVD.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 12, 2011, 11:00:45 am
1919 - Victor Lucas who played Andor in The Face Of Evil, was born.
1927 - Frank Windsor who played Mackenzie in Ghost Light, was born.
1933 - Brian Cant who played Tensa in The Dominators, was born.
1939 - Ian Thompson who played Hetra in The Web Planet and Malsan in The Chase, was born.
1984 - Florence Hoath who played Nancy in The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances, was born.
1995 - Gordon Flemyng, who directed the Peter Cushing Doctor Who movies, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 13, 2011, 09:00:54 am
1905 - Fred Ferris, who played Bert in Planet Of Giants, was born.
1951 - Joseph Lederer, who was the still photographer for The Movie, was born.
1976 - Frederick Schrecker, who played Julius in The Web Of Fear, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 14, 2011, 11:16:21 am
1931 - Kenneth Cope, who played Packard in the Doctor Who serial Warriors' Gate, was born.
1959 - Adam Blackwood, who played Balazar in The Mysterious Planet, was born.
1978 - Jack Woolgar, who played Staff Sergeant Alfred in The Web Of Fear, died.
2008 - Margot Van der Burgh, who played Cameca in The Aztecs and Katura in The Keeper of Traken, died.
2008 - Hugh Lloyd, who played Goronwy in Delta and the Bannermen, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 15, 2011, 10:18:01 am
1907 - Edmund Warwick, who played Darius in The Keys Of Marinus, was born.
1940 - Jack Pitt, who played a Zarbi in The Web Planet, was born.
1941 - Geoffrey Burgon, who conducted the music for Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom, was born.
1975 - Raf De La Torre, who played the judge in The Keys Of Marinus, died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 16, 2011, 10:39:44 am
1948 - David Sibley, who played Pralix in the Doctor Who serial The Pirate Planet, was born.
1966 - Episode 4 of The War Machines was first broadcast.
1997 - Hugh Martin, who played Munro in the Doctor Who serial Terror of the Zygons died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 17, 2011, 11:32:45 am
1944 - Catherine Schell, who played Countess Scarlioni in City of Death, was born.
1951 - Dave Chapman, who was a visual effects supervisor for the classic series, was born.
1965 - "The Battle of Wits", Episode 3 The Time Meddler was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 18, 2011, 11:07:25 am
1898 - John Stuart, who played Didonian in The Rescue, was born.
1908 - Barry Gray, who composed the music for the Dalek movies, was born.
1926 - Robert Sloman, who wrote four classic stories, including The Green Death, was born.
1930 - Burt Kwouk, who played Lin Futu in Four To Doomsday, was born.
1946 - Dicken Ashworth, who played Sezon in Timelash, was born.
1964 - "A Race Against Death", Episode 4 of The Sensorites was first broadcast.
1967 - Paul Cornell, writer of many books and audios, as well as Father's Day and Human Nature for TV, was born.
2006 - David Maloney, who was a production assistant and then later director of the classic series, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on July 19, 2011, 02:08:38 am
I couldn't resist looking it up.  The "obscene" name is Dicken 8)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 19, 2011, 09:38:27 am
1921 - Michael Turner, who played Jarvis in The Wheel In Space, was born.
1925 - Ivor Roberts, who played Mogran in Genesis Of The Daleks, was born.
1935 - Peter Birrel, who played the Prince in Frontier In Space, was born.
1943 - David Griffin, who played Mitchell in The Sea Devils, was born.
1982 - John Harvey, who played Brett in The War MAchines and Officia in The Macra Terror, died.
2006 - Tim Condren, who played a guerrilla soldier in Day Of The Daleks, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 21, 2011, 09:35:19 am
1925 - Lorne Cossette, who played Maitland in The Sensorites, was born.
1929 - John Woodvine, who played the Marshall in The Armageddon Factor, was born.
1932 - Vilma Hollingbery, who played Mrs Harcourt in The Doctor Dances, was born.
1996 - Wolfe Morris, who played Padmasambhava in The Abominable Snowmen, died.
1998 - Kenneth Watson, who played Bill Duggan in The Wheel In Space, died.
1999 - Marc Boyle, who played Kronos in The Time Monster, died.
2008 - The Brain of Morbius was released on DVD in the UK.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Roranicus on July 22, 2011, 06:39:46 pm
1964 - Bonnie Langford was born


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 23, 2011, 12:33:40 pm
1934 - Brian McDermott, who played Sheard in Time-Flight was born.
1950 - Cheryl Hall, who played Shirna in Carnival Of Monsters was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 24, 2011, 11:14:45 am
1935 - Valentine Palmer, who played Monia in the Doctor Who serial Day of the Daleks was born.
1965 - "Checkmate", Episode 4 of The Time Meddler, was first broadcast.
1997 - Brian Glover, who played Griffiths in 1985 Doctor Who television story Attack of the Cybermen died.
2002 - Maurice Denham who played Azmael in The Twin Dilemma died.
2009 - Harry Towb, who played Osgood in The Seeds of Death and McDermott in Terror of the Autons died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 25, 2011, 11:18:58 am
1907 - Cyril Luckham, who played the White Guardian in The Ribos Operation and Enlightenment was born.
1930 - William Marlowe, who played Harry Mailer in The Mind of Evil and Lester in Revenge of the Cybermen was born.
1952 - Nina Thomas, who played Thalira in the Doctor Who serial The Monster of Peladon was born.
1964 - "Kidnap", Episode 5 of The Sensorites was first broadcast.
2003 - Michael Mundell, who played Jasko in The Invasion of Time, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 26, 2011, 09:52:25 am
1939 - Bob Baker, a Doctor Who writer most notable for the creation of K9, was born.
1966 - Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D., premieres.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on July 27, 2011, 10:27:16 am
1925 - Harry Towb, who played Osgood in The Seeds Of Death, was born.
1950 - Nigel Plaskitt, who played Unstoffe in The Ribos Operation, was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 28, 2011, 11:17:58 am
1912 - Colin Douglas, who played Donald Bruce in The Enemy of the World and Reuben in Horror of Fang Rock, was born.
1932 - Roy Scammell, who played a Technician in The Ambassadors of Death was born.
1938 - David Weston, who played Nicholas Muss in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve was born.
1940 - Brigit Forsyth, who played Ruth Maxtible in The Evil of the Daleks was born.
1941 - Patrick Tull, one of the voices of the Krotons The Krotons was born.
2003 - Peter Russell, who played Eldred in The Time Meddler died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on July 31, 2011, 10:32:44 am
1940 - Louise Pajo, who played Gia in The Seeds Of Death was born
1972 - Daniel Evans, who played Daniel in The Christmas Invasion was born
1979 - Beatrix Lehmann, who played Professor Rumford in The Stones Of Blood, died
2004 - Robert James, who played Lesterson in The Power Of The Daleks, died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on August 01, 2011, 12:20:21 pm
1904 - Daphne Heard, who played Martha Tyle in Image Of The Fendahl was born
1937 - Ian Hogg, who played Josiah Smith in Ghost Light was born
1964 - "A Desperate Venture" - Episode 6 of The Sensorites was broadcast
1987 - John Flint, who played William des Preaux in The Crusade, died
2008 - Gertan Klauber, who played Ola in The Macra Terror, died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Scott on March 09, 2012, 03:13:54 pm
1997 - Terry Nation died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 17, 2012, 09:24:13 pm
1973 - Frontier in Space, Episode 4 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 18, 2012, 03:52:18 pm
1967 - The Macra Terror, Episode 2 broadcast
1972 - The Sea Devils, Episode 4 first screened
2011 - Space and Time screened on BBC1 during Comic Relief


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 19, 2012, 06:11:20 pm
1966 - The Ark, Episode 3: The Return broadcast
1977 - The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 4 first screened
1993 - Revelation of the Daleks repeat compilation, Part 1 screened on BBC2
2005 - Doctor Who Night on BBC2 screened the Mastermind DW Special, Some Things You Need to Know About DW, and The Story of DW repeated


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 20, 2012, 07:16:39 pm
1965 - The Web Planet, Episode 6: The Centre broadcast
1971 - The Claws of Axos, Episode 2 first screened
1979 -Freema Agyeman, who played Martha Jones, born in London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 21, 2012, 05:30:11 pm
1915 - Writer Ian Stuart Black born in London
1923 - Actor Peter Pratt born in Eastbourne
1964 - Marco Polo, Episode 5: Rider from Shang-Tu broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 1 first screened
1981 - Logopolis, Part 4 is first screened
1983 - Actor Bruno Langley born in Taunton
2012 - New Doctor Who companion Jenna Louise Coleman announced


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 22, 2012, 05:40:56 pm
1969 - The Space Pirates, Episode 3 broadcast
1975 - Genesis of the Daleks, Part 3 first screened
1982 - Time Flight, Part 1 screened
1984 - The Twin Dilemma, Part 1 screened
2005 - Project Who? Part 1: Bigger on the Inside broadcast on Radio 2


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 24, 2012, 08:14:18 pm
1973 - Frontier in Space, Episode 5 first broadcast
2012 - The BBC's first official two-day Doctor Who Convention held at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 25, 2012, 03:02:35 pm
1920 - Actor Patrick George Troughton born in Mill Hill, London
1967 - The Macra Terror, Episode 3 broadcast
1972 - The Sea Devils, Episode 5 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Saber on March 27, 2012, 01:06:15 pm
It's not for today, but 7 years ago yesterday the show returned after 16 years off the air.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 27, 2012, 04:06:17 pm
1965 - The Crusade, Episode 1: The Lion broadcast
1971 - The Claws of Axos, Episode 3 first screened
1994 - Pyramids of Mars, Part 4 repeated on BBC2
2002 - Fury from the Deep begins a 4-day run at the New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 28, 2012, 06:09:04 pm
1964 - Marco Polo, Episode 6: Mighty Kublai Khan broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 2 first screened
1987 - Patrick Troughton died in Columbus, Georgia, USA, aged 67


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 29, 2012, 04:49:18 pm
1969 - The Space Pirates, Episode 4 broadcast
1975 - Genesis of the Daleks, Part 4 first screened
1982 - Time Flight, Part 3 screened
1984 - The Twin Dilemma, Part 3 screened
2005 - Project Who? Part 2: Reverse the Polarity first broadcast on Radio 2
2009 - The Story of Doctor Who first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 30, 2012, 01:39:35 pm
1968 - Fury from the Deep, Episode 3 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 2 first screened
1982 - Time Flight, Part 4 screened
1984 - The Twin Dilemma, Part 4 screened
1985 - Revelation of the Daleks, Part 2 first screened
2007 - Writer David Ralph Martin died in Bridport, aged 72


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 31, 2012, 03:27:03 pm
1973 - Frontier in Space, Episode 6 first broadcast
2007 - Smith and Jones first screened and DW Confidential: Meet Martha Jones screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 01, 2012, 06:07:12 pm
1917 - Doctor Who creator Sydney Newman born in Toronto, Canada
1967 - The Macra Terror, Episode 4 broadcast
1972 - The Sea Devils, Episode 6 first screened
2006 - Tardisode #1: New Earth released by BBC Online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 02, 2012, 05:59:57 pm
1926 - Writer Robert Colin Holmes born in Hertfordshire
1966 - The Celestial Toymaker, Episode 1: The Celestial Toyroom broadcast
1977 - The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Part 6 first screened
1993 - Revelation of the Daleks, Part 3 repeated on BBC2
2005 - The End of the World first screened and DW Confidential: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly screened on BBC3
2007 - Animated serial The Infinite Quest began as Series 2 of Totally Doctor Who returned to BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 03, 2012, 12:53:47 pm
1965 - The Crusade, Episode 2: The Knight of Jaffa broadcast
1971 - The Claws of Axos, Episode 4 first screened
1977 - Documentary The Lively Arts: Whose Doctor Who screened on BBC2
2008 - Writer Johnny Byrne died in Norwich, aged 72
2010 - The Eleventh Hour first screened, Doctor Who Confidential: Call me the Doctor screened on BBC3, and K9, Episode 1: Regeneration first screened by ATV, Australia


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 04, 2012, 12:44:41 pm
Not today, but yesterday

2012 - Doctor Who named yesterday "Fish Fingers and Custard Day" in honor of the 2 year release day of The Eleventh Hour


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 04, 2012, 01:27:29 pm
1964 - Marco Polo, Episode 7: Assassin at Peking broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 05, 2012, 05:53:46 pm
1969 - The Space Pirates, Episode 5 broadcast
1975 - Genesis of the Daleks, Part 5 first screened
1991 - Director Gerald Blake died, aged 62
1999 - Producer John Wiles died, aged 73
2008 - Partners in Crime first screened, Doctor Who Confidential: A Noble Return screened on BBC3.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 06, 2012, 02:54:00 pm
1959 - Actor Mark Strickson born in Stratford-upon-Avon
1968 - Fury from the Deep, Episode 4 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 07, 2012, 08:39:58 pm
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 1 first broadcast
2007 - The Shakespeare Code first screened and DW Confidential: Stage Fright screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Twisted-Sister on April 09, 2012, 04:50:39 pm
I love this thread! :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 09, 2012, 05:15:11 pm
2005 - The Unquiet Dead first broadcast, and Doctor Who Confidential: TARDIS Tales also screened on BBC3
2006 - DW Confidential: One Year On screened on BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 09, 2012, 05:16:06 pm
I love this thread! :)

:) the Doc used to keep it up to date, but I decided (cause I liked it too) to revive it :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 10, 2012, 01:58:28 pm
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 1 first broadcast
2010 - The Beast Below first screened, and DW Confidential: All About the Girl also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 11, 2012, 01:58:24 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 1: The Sea of Death broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 4 first screened
2009 - Planet of the Dead first screened, and DW Confidential: Desert Storm also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 12, 2012, 01:07:45 pm
1969 - The Space Pirates, Episode 6 broadcast
1975 - Genesis of the Daleks, Part 6 first screened
2008 - The Fires of Pompeii first screened, and DW Confidential: The Italian Job screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 13, 2012, 08:41:35 pm
1951 - Actor Peter Davison born Peter Moffett in London
1968 - Fury from the Deep, Episode 5 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 4 first screened
1984 - Actor Richard Hurndall died in London, aged 73
2006 - Totally Doctor Who began on BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 14, 2012, 07:09:30 pm
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 2 first broadcast
2007 - Gridlock first screened, and DW Confidential: Are We There Yet? also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 15, 2012, 06:05:32 pm
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 2 broadcast
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 2 first screened
2006 - New Earth first screened, DW Confidential: New New Doctor screened on BBC3, and Tardisode #3: School Reunion released on BBC Online
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 16, 2012, 07:50:56 pm
1966 - The Celestial Toymaker, Episode 3:The Dancing Floor broadcast
2005 - Aliens of London first screened, and DW Confidential: I Get a Side-Kick Out of You also screened on BBC3
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 2 first broadcast, on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Blazin Goliath on April 17, 2012, 01:31:29 am
This is so cool. Lol.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 17, 2012, 04:32:43 pm
1965 - The Crusade, Episode 4: The Warlords broadcast
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 2 first screened
2010 - Victory of the Daleks first screened on BBC1 and repeated on BBC HD; DW Confidential: War Games screened on BBC3; The Ultimate Guide documentary screened by BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 18, 2012, 04:50:44 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 2: The Velvet Web broadcast
1965 - Actress Camille Coduri born in Wandsworth, London
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 5 first screened
1971 - Actor David Tennant born David John McDonald in Bathgate, Scotland


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 19, 2012, 04:47:56 pm
1969 - The War Games, Episode 1 broadcast
1975 - Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 1 first screened
2008 - Planet of the Ood first screened, and DW Confidential: Oods and Ends also screened on BBC3.
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 7
2011 - Actress Elizabeth Sladen died in London, aged 65


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on April 19, 2012, 06:28:22 pm
2011 - Actress Elizabeth Sladen died in London, aged 65

Crazy to think it's been a whole year already.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Tardis-Console on April 19, 2012, 08:10:52 pm
2011 - Actress Elizabeth Sladen died in London, aged 65

Crazy to think it's been a whole year already.

I remember we were in the middle of a watchathon when the news broke. So sad. Passed by so quickly.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 20, 2012, 08:14:32 pm
1968 - Fury from the Deep, Episode 6 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 5 first screened
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 4 first broadcast, on Radio7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 21, 2012, 07:55:57 pm
1935 - Writer/Script Editor Anthony Read born
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 3 first broadcast
2007- Daleks in Manhattan first screened, and DW Confidential: A New York Story also screened
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 5 first broadcast, on Radio7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 22, 2012, 02:31:47 pm
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 3 broadcast
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 3 first screened
2006 - Tooth and Claw first screened, DW Confidential: Fear Factor screened on BBC3, and Tardisode #4: The Girl in the Fireplace released by BBC Online
2010 - The Brain of Morbius, Episode 6 first broadcast, on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Blazin Goliath on April 23, 2012, 12:59:56 am
So, probably a stupid question, buuuuuut....

Where do you manage to find this all at???


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 23, 2012, 04:21:33 pm
1966 - The Celestial Toymaker, Episode 4: The Final Test broadcast
1975 - Actor William Henry Hartnell died aged 67, in Marden, Kent
2005 - World War Three first screened, and DW Confidential: Why on Earth? also screened on BBC3
2011 - The Impossible Astronaut first screened in the UK, the USA, and Canada; DW Confidential: Coming to America screened on BBC3; My Sarah Jane: A Tribute to Elizabeth Sladen screened on CBBC; and Who Rewind also screened on BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 23, 2012, 04:21:50 pm
So, probably a stupid question, buuuuuut....

Where do you manage to find this all at???

Various websites  :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 24, 2012, 04:24:58 pm
1965 - The Space Museum, Episode 1 broadcast
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 3 first screened
2010 - The Time of Angels first screened, and DW Confidential: Eyes Wide Open also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 25, 2012, 02:47:17 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 3: The Screaming Jungle broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 6 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 26, 2012, 04:29:38 pm
1928 - Writer Donald Cotton born in England
1969 - The War Games, Episode 2 broadcast
1975 - Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 2 first screened
2008 - The Sontaran Stratagem first screened, and DW Confidential: Send in the Clones also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 27, 2012, 08:06:01 pm
1963 - Russell T Davies OBE born Stephen Russell Davies, in Swansea, Wales
1968 - The Wheel in Space, Episode 1 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 6 first screened
1986 - Actress Jenna Louise Coleman born in Blackpool


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 28, 2012, 07:15:48 pm
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 4 first broadcast
1977 - Writer James Anthony Coburn died in Canterbury, aged 49
2007 - Evolution of the Daleks first screened, and DW Confidential: Making Manhattan screened on BBC3
2008 - The Commentaries, Episode 4 broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 29, 2012, 04:42:53 pm
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 4 broadcast
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 4 first screened
2006 - School Reunion first screened, DW Confidential: Friends Reunited screened on BBC3, and Tardisode #5: Rise of the Cybermen released by BBC Online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on April 30, 2012, 05:20:37 pm
1966 - The Gunfighters, Episode 1: A Holiday for the Doctor broadcast
2005 - Dalek first screened, and DW Confidential: Dalek also screened on BBC3
2011 - Day of the Moon first screened, DW Confidential: Breaking the Silence screened on BBC3, and Doctor Who in America screened on BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 01, 2012, 04:37:32 pm
1965 - The Space Museum, Episode 2: The Dimensions of Time broadcast
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 4 first screened
2002 - Producer John Nathan Turner died in Brighton, aged 54
2010 - Flesh and Stone first screened, and DW Confidential: Blinded by the Light screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 02, 2012, 04:26:27 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 4: The Snows of Terror broadcast
1970 - The Ambassadors of Death, Episode 7 first screened
2003 - Shada, Episode 1 released on BBCi


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 03, 2012, 07:06:04 pm
1969- The War Games, Episode 3 broadcast
1975 - Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 3 first screened
2002 - Death Comes to Time webcast concluded with Part 12
2004 - Actor Anthony Ainley died in Harrow, aged 71
2008 - The Poison Sky first screened, and DW Confidential: Sontar-Ha! also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 04, 2012, 07:09:27 pm
1968 - The Wheel in Space, Episode 2 broadcast
1974 - Planet of the Spiders, Part 1 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: The Doc on May 04, 2012, 08:07:46 pm
Nice to see this thread alive again. I'm not on nearly enough lately to keep it going. Great job, Hannah :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Blazin Goliath on May 05, 2012, 10:40:36 am
Nice to see this thread alive again. I'm not on nearly enough lately to keep it going. Great job, Hannah :)
Seconded. You don't get enough love for this thread :D


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 05, 2012, 06:56:01 pm
1937 - Composer Delia Ann Derbyshire born in Coventry
1957 - Actor Richard E Grant born Richard Esterhuysen, in Mbabane, Swaziland
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 5 first broadcast
2006 - School Reunion repeated on BBC3
2007 - The Lazarus Experiment first screened, and DW Confidential: Monsters Inc. screened on BBC3
2008 - The Commentaries, Episode 5 broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 05, 2012, 06:56:59 pm
Nice to see this thread alive again. I'm not on nearly enough lately to keep it going. Great job, Hannah :)
Seconded. You don't get enough love for this thread :D

Thanks guys :) , I try to get it updated every day, may be a bit of a struggle soon with exams fast approaching, but I'll do my best :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 06, 2012, 01:45:31 pm
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 5 broadcast
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 5 first screened
2006 - The Girl in the Fireplace first screened; DW Confidential: From Script to Screen screened on BBC3; and Tardisode #6: The Age of Steel released by BBC Online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 07, 2012, 04:54:35 pm
1966 - The Gunfighters, Episode 2: Don't Shoot the Pianist broadcast
2005 - The Long Game first screened; and DW Confidential: The Dark Side screened on BBC3
2011 - The Curse of the Black Spot first screened; DW Confidential: Ship Ahoy! screened on BBC3.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 08, 2012, 07:28:59 pm
1931 - Director Douglas Camfield born in England
1965 - The Space Museum, Episode 3: The Search broadcast
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 5 first screened
2010 - The Vampires of Venice first screened, and DW Confidential: Death in Venice screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 09, 2012, 03:26:30 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 5: Sentence of Death broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 1 first screened
2003 - Shada, Episode 2 released on BBCi
2011 - The Hand of Fear, Parts 1 and 2 repeated on BBC4
2012 - Galaxy 4, Episode 3: Airlock, and The Underwater Menace, Episode 2 both screened by BAFTA at Chapter, Cardiff


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 10, 2012, 03:19:41 pm
1935 - Writer Terrance Dicks born in East Ham, London
1969 - The War Games, Episode 4 broadcast
1975 - Revenge of the Cybermen, Part 4 first screened
2008 - The Doctor's Daughter first screened, and DW Confidential: Sins of the Fathers screened on BBC3
2011 - The Hand of Fear, Parts 3 & 4 repeated on BBC4


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 12, 2012, 07:03:51 pm
1968 - Actress Catherine Tate, nee Ford, born in Bloomsbury, London
1973 - Planet of the Daleks, Episode 6 first broadcast
1996 - Doctor Who TV Movie first screened in Canada
2008 - The Commentaries, Episode 6 broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 13, 2012, 03:33:18 pm
1967 - The Faceless Ones, Episode 6 broadcast
1972 - The Mutants, Episode 6 first screened
2006 - Rise of the Cybermen first screened, and DW Confidential: Cybermen also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 14, 2012, 08:09:08 pm
1925 - Composer Tristam Ogilvie Cary born in Oxford
1966 - The Gunfighters, Episode 3: Johnny Ringo broadcast
1996 - Doctor Who TV Movie  first screened by Fox in America
2005 - Father's Day first screened, and DW Confidential: Time Trouble also screened on BBC3
2011 - The Doctor's Wife first screened, and DW Confidential: Bigger on the Inside also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 15, 2012, 04:03:21 pm
1965 - The Space Museum, Episode 4: The Final Phase broadcast
1971 - Colony in Space, Episode 6 first screeend
1990 - Writer/Director Peter Grimwade died in London, aged 47
2010 - Amy's Choice first screened, and DW Confidential:Arthurian Legend also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 16, 2012, 03:24:24 pm
1964 - The Keys of Marinus, Episode 6 broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 2 first screened
2003 - Shada, Episode 3 released on BBCi
2010 - Orbis, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7
2011 - Cobwebs, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 17, 2012, 04:46:38 pm
1969 - The War Games, Episode 5 broadcast
2008 - The Unicorn and the Wasp first screened, and DW Confidential: Nemesis also screened on BBC3
2011 - Cobwebs, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 18, 2012, 07:51:40 pm
1968 - The Wheel in Space, Episode 4 broadcast
1974 - Planet of the Spiders, Episode 3 first screened
2011 - Cobwebs, Episodes 2 repeated and 3 first broadcast, both on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 19, 2012, 08:50:08 pm
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 1 first broadcast
2006 - Producer, Peter Bryant died in London, aged 82
2007 - 42 first screened, and DW Confidential: Space Craft also screened on BBC3
2011 - Cobwebs, Episodes 3 repeated and 4 first broadcast, both on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 20, 2012, 05:25:03 pm
1926 - Writer John Lucarotti born in Aldershot
1966 - Director Mervyn Pinfield died, aged 54
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 1 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 1 first screened
1977 - Director Lennie Mayne died at sea, aged 49
1996 - Actor John Devon Roland Pertwee died in Timber Lake, Connecticut, aged 76
2006 - The Age of Steel first screened, and DW Confidential:  From Zero to Hero also screened on BBC3
2011 - The Whispering Forest, Episode 1 first broadcast; and Cobwebs, Episode 4 repeated, both on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 21, 2012, 04:53:00 pm
1966 - The Gunfighters, Episode 4: The OK Corral broadcast
2005 - The Empty Child first screened, and DW Confidential: Special Effects also screened on BBC3
2011 - The Rebel Flesh first screened, DW Confidential: Double Trouble screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 22, 2012, 04:08:12 pm
1965 - The Chase, Episode 1: The Executioners broadcast and TV Movie composer John Sponsler born in Grand Rapids, Michigan
1971 - The Daemons, Episode 1 first screened
2010 - The Hungry Earth first screened, and DW Confidential: After Effects also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 23, 2012, 05:09:35 pm
1964 - The Aztecs, Episode 1: The Temple of Evil broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 3 first screened
2003 - Shada, Episode 4 released on BBCi
2010 - Orbis, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7
2011 - The Whispering Forest, Episode 2 first broadcast  on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 24, 2012, 04:18:28 pm
1945 - Producer Richard Graham Williams born
1969 - The War Games, Episode 6 broadcast
1986 - Writer Robert Colin Holmes died in Oxford, aged 60
2011 - The Whispering Forest, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra
2012 - Script to Screen episode, Good as Gold, screened on Blue Peter on CBBC


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 25, 2012, 07:56:57 pm
1968 - The Wheel in Space, Episode 5 broadcast
1974 - Planet of the Spiders, Part 4 first screened
2011 - The Whispering Forest, Episode 4 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 26, 2012, 07:44:32 pm
1913 - Actor Peter Wilton Cushing born in Kenley, Surrey
1927 - Director Julia Smith born in London
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 2 first broadcast
2007 - Human Nature first screened, and DW Confidential: Alter Ego also screened on BBC3
2011 - Cradle of the Snake, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 26, 2012, 07:45:13 pm
Kind of an add on but

2012 - Matt Smith is the lead runner of today's Olympic torch relay


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 27, 2012, 07:38:20 pm
1926 - Writer Peter Ling born in Croydon
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 2 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 2 first screened
1981 - Writer Dr Christopher Magnus Howard 'Kit' Pedler died in Doddington, Kent, aged 53
1996 - Doctor Who TV Movie first screened in the UK
2006 - The Idiot's Lantern first screened, and DW Confidential: The Writer's Tale also screened on BBC3
2011 - Cradle of the Snake, Episodes 1 repeated and 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 28, 2012, 08:07:06 pm
1940 - Director Frank Cox born in England
1966 - The Savages, Episode 1 broadcast
2005 - The Doctor Dances first screened, and DW Confidential: Weird Science also screened on BBC3
2011 - The Almost People first screened, DW Confidential:Take Two screened on BBC3; The Rebel Flesh repeated on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 29, 2012, 05:51:49 pm
1965 - The Chase, Episode 2: The Death of Time broadcast
1971 - The Daemons, Episode 2 first screened
2010 - Cold Blood first screened, and DW Confidential: What Goes on Tour... also screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 30, 2012, 04:12:45 pm
1964 - The Aztecs, Episode 2: The Warriors of Death broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 4 first screened
1999 - Composer Don Harper died in Australia, aged 78
2003 - Shada, Episode 5 released on BBCi
2010 - The Beast of Orlok, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7
2011 - Cradle of the Snake, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 4


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on May 31, 2012, 05:03:40 pm
1969 - The War Games, Episode 7 broadcast
2000 - The Web of Fear premiered at the Portsmouth Arts Centre Performed by the Bedlam Theatre Co. and reworked as two 50-minute plays, the script was adapted by Rob Thrush - also cast as Colonel Lethbridge Stewart - Nick Scovell played the Doctor, John-Paul McCrohon was Jamie, and Nancy Holloway was Victoria
2008 - Silence in the Library first screened, and DW Confidential: Shadow Play also screened on BBC3
2011 - Cradle of the Snake, Episode 4 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 01, 2012, 08:54:16 pm
1968 - The Wheel in Space, Episode 6 broadcast
1974 - Planet of the Spiders, Episode 5 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 02, 2012, 09:26:13 pm
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 3 first broadcast
2007 - The Family of Blood first screened, and DW Confidential: Bad Blood also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 03, 2012, 06:32:22 pm
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 3 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 3 first screened
2000 - The Web of Fear stage play ended its run in Portsmouth
2006 - The Impossible Planet first screened, and DW Confidential: You've Got the Look also screeened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 04, 2012, 06:27:58 pm
1966 - The Savages, Episode 2 broadcast
2005 - Boom Town first screened, and DW Confidential: Unsung Heroes and Violent Death also screened on BBC3
2006 - The Impossible Planet repeated on BBC3
2009 - Planet of the Ood repeated on BBC3
2011 - A Good Man Goes to War first screened, and DW Confidential: The Born Identity also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 05, 2012, 05:52:09 pm
1921- Director Bill Sellars born in Brighton
1965 - The Chase, Episode 3: Flight Through Eternity broadcast
1971 - The Daemons, Episode 3 first screened
2010 - Vincent and the Doctor first screened; DW Confidential:A Brush With Genius screened on BBC3; and the first of The Adventure Games: City of the Daleks released on BBC Online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 06, 2012, 02:35:55 pm
1964 - The Aztecs, Episode 3: The Bride of Sacrifice broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 5 first screened
2003 - Shada, Episode 6 released on BBCi
2010 - The Beast of Orlok, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 07, 2012, 12:55:35 pm
1969 - The War Games, Episode 8 broadcast
2008 - Forest of the Dead first screened, and DW Confidential:  River Runs Deep also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 08, 2012, 07:27:23 pm
1940 - Actress Carole Ann Ford born in England
1942 - Writer/Director Henry Peter Grimwade born in England
1943 - Actor Colin Baker born in London
1974 - Planet of the Spiders, Part 6 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 09, 2012, 09:52:02 pm
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 4 first broadcast
2007 - Blink first screened, and DW Confidential: Do You Remember the First Time? also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 10, 2012, 04:23:41 pm
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 4 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 4 first screened
2006 - The Satan Pit first screened, and DW Confidential: Myths and Legends also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 11, 2012, 05:17:34 pm
1966 - The Savages, Episode 3 broadcast
1993 - The Mind of Evil, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold
2005 - Bad Wolf first screened, on BBC1, then repeated on BBC3; and DW Confidential: The World of Who also screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 12, 2012, 04:26:33 pm
1965 - The Chase, Episode 4: Journey into Terror broadcast
1971 - The Daemons, Episode 4 first screened
2010 - The Lodger first screened, and DW Confidential: Extra Time also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 13, 2012, 03:08:45 pm
1964 - The Aztecs, Episode 4: The Day of Darkness first broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 6 first screened
2010 - The Scapegoat, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 14, 2012, 04:14:05 pm
1937 - Director Michael Ferguson born in Surrey
1969 - The War Games, Episode 9 broadcast
2008 - Midnight first screened, and DW Confidential:Look Who's Talking also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 15, 2012, 07:58:09 pm
Bit of a boring day today!

2012- First performance of The Crash of the Elysium at the Ipswich Arts festival


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 16, 2012, 09:30:44 pm
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 5 first broadcast
2007 - Utopia first screened, and DW Confidential: 'Ello 'Ello 'Ello also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 17, 2012, 02:00:48 pm
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 5 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 5 first screened
1982 - Actor Thomas Arthur Darvill born in Birmingham
2006 - Love & Monsters first screened, and DW Confidential: The New World of Who also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 18, 2012, 06:31:40 pm
1966 - The Savages, Episode 4 broadcast
1973 - Actor Roger Delgado, aged 55, killed in a car crash near Neveshir in Turkey
2005 - DW Confidential: The Ultimate Guide screened on BBC1; The Parting of the Ways first screened, then repeated on BBC3; and DW Confidential: The Last Battle screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 19, 2012, 05:52:14 pm
1965 - The Chase, Episode 5: The Death of Doctor Who broadcast
1971 - The Daemons, Episode 5 first screened
1997 - Director Julia Smith died in London, aged 70
2010 - The Pandorica Opens first screened, and DW Confidential: Alien Abduction also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 20, 2012, 02:41:25 pm
1929 - Director Paul Bernard born in London
1964 - The Sensorites, Episode 1: Strangers in Space broadcast
1970 - Inferno, Episode 7 first screened
2010 - The Scapegoat, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 21, 2012, 04:22:00 pm
1969 - The War Games, Episode 10 broadcast
2008 - Turn Left first screened, and DW Confidential: Here Come the Girls also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 23, 2012, 07:17:12 pm
1925 - Director Mary Ridge born in Britain
1973 - The Green Death, Episode 6 first broadcast
2007 - The Sound of Drums first screened, and DW Confidential: The Saxon Mystery also screened on BBC3
2009 - On the Outside it Looked Like An Old Fashioned Police Box first broadcast on Radio 4


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 24, 2012, 05:57:03 pm
1967 - The Evil of the Daleks, Episode 6 first broadcast
1972 - The Time Monster, Episode 6 first screened
2006 - Fear Her first screened, and DW Confidential: The Fright Stuff also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on June 24, 2012, 09:22:46 pm
1965 - Dr Who and the Daleks premiered at UK cinemas

It wouldn't have been this date, but I remember going to see it at our local cinema.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 24, 2012, 09:33:50 pm
Haha I don't know... it's just what one of the websites I use said :P


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 24, 2012, 09:35:12 pm
Oh no wait, I've modified it, it's August apparently...


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on June 25, 2012, 06:09:32 pm
I didn't actually mean that wasn't when it was first released, just that it wouldn't have got to us till a few weeks after that.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 25, 2012, 06:42:55 pm
I didn't actually mean that wasn't when it was first released, just that it wouldn't have got to us till a few weeks after that.

Ooh okay :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 25, 2012, 06:43:02 pm
1966 - The War Machines, Episode 1 broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 26, 2012, 05:53:15 pm
1965 - The Chase, Episode 6: The Planet of Decision broadcast
2010 - The Big Bang first screened; DW Confidential:Out of Time screened on BBC3; and The Adventure Games: Blood of the Cybermen released on BBC Online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 27, 2012, 01:51:28 pm
1964 - The Sensorites, Episode 2: The Unwilling Warriors screened
2010 - The Cannibalists, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on June 28, 2012, 04:40:48 pm
1951 - Actress Lalla Ward born Sarah Ward, in London
2008 - The Stolen Earth first broadcast, and DW Confidential: Friends and Foe also screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Vampyros Adric on June 28, 2012, 08:32:17 pm
Happy Birthday to the amazing Lalla Ward :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 09, 2012, 05:32:13 pm
1966 - The War Machines, Episode 3 broadcast
1994 - Whatever Happened to... Susan Foreman? first broadcast on Radio 4


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 10, 2012, 12:40:23 pm
1941 - Actress Jackie Lane born in Manchester
1965 - The Time Meddler, Episode 2: The Meddling Monk first broadcast
1970 - Actor John Simm born in Leeds


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 11, 2012, 02:42:04 pm
1964 - The Sensorites, Episode 3: Hidden Danger broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 13, 2012, 07:30:55 pm
2001 - Death Comes to Time webcast pilot released on BBCi
2002 - Composer Carey Blyton died, aged 70


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 15, 2012, 01:20:35 pm
1941 - Composer Geoffrey Burgon born in Hampshire


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 16, 2012, 05:41:45 pm
1966 - The War Machines, Episode 4 broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 17, 2012, 05:10:38 pm
1925 - Director Hugh David born in Aberystwyth
1965 - The Time Meddler, Episode 3: A Battle of Wits first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 18, 2012, 05:44:50 pm
1964 - The Sensorites, Episode 4: A Race Against Death broadcast
2006 - Director David Maloney died in Hampstead, aged 72


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 20, 2012, 07:45:02 pm
2012 - The Doctor Who Experience opened at Cardiff Bay


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 21, 2012, 07:50:54 pm
1993 - The Monster of Peladon, Episode 1 repeated on UK Gold
2006 - Army of Ghosts and Doomsday both repeated on BBC3
2007 - The Satan Pit repeated on BBC3
2008 - The Poison Sky repeated on BBC3
2009 - Aliens of London repeated on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 22, 2012, 02:42:29 pm
1964 - Actress Bonita Melody Lysette "Bonnie" Langford born at Hampton Court, Surrey
1966 - Daleks-Invasion Earth 2150 AD premiered in London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 23, 2012, 02:10:58 pm
2007 - The Family of Blood repeated on BBC3
2012 - Rose repeated on Watch


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 24, 2012, 08:54:31 pm
1965 - The Time Meddler, Episode 4: Checkmate first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on July 26, 2012, 05:15:15 pm
1982 - Genesis of the Daleks Omnibus (Parts 1-3) broadcast on BBC1 during the Doctor Who and the Monsters repeat season
2012 - Actress Mary Tamm died in London, aged 62;


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 04, 2012, 06:45:07 pm
2012 - The Science of Doctor Who screened on BBC Amercia and Space in Canada


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 05, 2012, 08:51:30 pm
1966 - Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 AD released at UK cinemas


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 06, 2012, 03:36:36 pm
1945 - Director Ron Jones born in Bristol


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 08, 2012, 03:13:05 pm
1930 - Writer Terence Joseph Nation born in Cardiff, Wales
1964 - The Reign of Terror, Episode 1: A Land of Fear broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Vampyros Adric on August 08, 2012, 07:00:53 pm
Happy Birthday Terror Nation, creator of the Daleks :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 09, 2012, 10:00:41 pm
1953 - Actress Roberta Tovey born in Shepherd's Bush
1968 - Producer Sanne Wohlenberg born in Germany


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 10, 2012, 09:44:12 pm
1932 - Actress Kate O'Mara born Frances M Carroll, in Leicester
1968 - The Dominators, Episode 1 broadcast
1978 - The Sun Makers, Part 1 repeated on BBC1
1996 - Director Rex Tucker died, aged 83


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 12, 2012, 05:55:01 pm
1947 - Producer John Nathan Turner born in Birmingham


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 13, 2012, 04:44:35 pm
2011 - Best of... the Doctor screened on BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 14, 2012, 07:14:44 pm
2012 - Asylum of the Daleks first screened at the BFI, London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 15, 2012, 04:32:51 pm
1964 - The Reign of Terror, Episode 2: Guests of Madame Guillotine broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 17, 2012, 07:00:31 pm
1968 - The Dominators, Episode 2 broadcast
1990 - Producer Graham Williams killed in shooting accident in Devon


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 18, 2012, 08:22:14 pm
1956 - Composer John Debney born in Glendale, California
2012 - The Timey Wimey of Doctor Who screened on BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 19, 2012, 08:50:14 pm
1972 - TV premiere of Daleks-Invasion Earth 2150 AD on BBC1
1989 - The five-month UK tour of The Ultimate Adventure ended at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 20, 2012, 05:53:08 pm
1932 - Actor Anthony Ainley born in Stanmore, Essex
1943 - Actor Sylvester McCoy born Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith, in Dunoon, Scotland
1962 - Actress Sophie Aldred born in Greenwich, London
2009 - DW Confidential: Greatest Moments - The Doctor first broadcast on BBC3
2011 - Best of... the Monsters screened on BBC America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 22, 2012, 03:28:33 pm
1964 - The Reign of Terror, Episode 3: A Change of Identity broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 23, 2012, 06:24:55 pm
1965 - Dr Who and the Daleks released at UK cinemas
1991 - Producer Innes Lloyd died in Richmond, Surrey, aged 65


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 29, 2012, 04:28:49 pm
1964 - The Reign of Terror, Episode 4: The Tyrant of France broadcast
2012 - Prequel: Pond Life, Part 3 released online;


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on August 31, 2012, 06:39:34 pm
1932 - Actor Roy Castle born in Holmfirth, Yorkshire
1968 - The Dominators, Episode 4 broadcast
1991 - Writer Gerry Davis died in Venice, California, aged 61
2012 - Prequel: Pond Life, Part 5 released online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 01, 2012, 06:28:14 pm
1979 - Destiny of the Daleks, Part 1 first broadcast
2012 - Asylum of the Daleks first screened in the UK, America, and Canada; Prequel: Pond Life Omnibus released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Vampyros Adric on September 01, 2012, 06:48:12 pm
What an exciting day :) 2 Dalek episodes on the same date :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 02, 2012, 05:57:32 pm
1967 - The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 1 broadcast
1978 - The Ribos Operation, Part 1 first screened
1994 - Actor Roy Castle died in Gerrards Cross, aged 62
2012 - Asylum of the Daleks first screened in Australia


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on September 05, 2012, 05:54:59 pm
1899 - Jack Melford who played Menalaus in The Myth Makers was born
1945 - Marc Boyle who played Kronos in The Time Monster was born
1964 - A Bargain of Necessity, episode 5 of The Reign of Terror was broadcast
1964 - Stephen Greenhorn who wrote The Lazarus Experiment and The Doctor's Daughter was born
1987 - Bill Fraser who played General Grugger in Meglos, died


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 10, 2012, 08:27:33 pm
1966 - The Smugglers, Episode 1 broadcast
1977 - Horror of Fang Rock, Part 2 first screened
1993 - The Paradise of Death, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 5
2010 - Doctor Who at the Proms first screened on BBC3
2011 - The Girl Who Waited first screened in the UK, America and Canada; DW Confidential: What Dreams May Come screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 11, 2012, 01:03:09 pm
1965 - Galaxy 4, Episode 1: Four Hundred Dawns broadcast
1976 - The Masque of Mandragora, Part 2 first screened
1987 - Director Hugh David died in London, aged 62


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 12, 2012, 01:43:47 pm
1964 - The Reign of Terror, Episode 6: Prisoners of Conciergerie broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 13, 2012, 04:49:47 pm
1914 - Producer Max Rosenberg born in the Bronx, NY
1975 - Terror of the Zygons, Part 3 first broadcast
1986 - The Mysterious Planet, Part 2 screened
1989 - Battlefield, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 16, 2012, 07:05:47 pm
1967 - The Tomb of the Cybermen, Episode 3 broadcast
1978 - The Ribos Operation, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 17, 2012, 06:17:11 pm
1966 - The Smugglers, Episode 2 broadcast
1977 - Horror of Fang Rock, Part 3 first screened
1993 - The Paradise of Death, Episode 4 first broadcast on Radio 5
2007 - Sword of Orion, Episodes 1 and 2 first broadcast on Radio 7
2010 - Writer, Louis Marks died in Israel, aged 82
2011 - The God Complex first screened and DW Confidential Heartbreak Hotel screened on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 18, 2012, 07:57:15 pm
1964 - New Zealand became the first country outside the UK to broadcast Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child aired on CHTV3
1965 - Galaxy 4, Episode 2: Trap of Steel screened
1976 - The Masque of Mandragora, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Kovarians-Eye-Patch on September 19, 2012, 01:25:17 am
I never realised it was so long between UK nd interntional airing.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on September 19, 2012, 01:51:15 pm
That was actually quite quick for back then.  We used to have to wait five years before US programmes could be shown over here.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 19, 2012, 03:19:48 pm
1963 - The first ever filming session for Doctor Who, took place at Ealing studios, with a one day shoot for The Tribe of Gum


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 21, 2012, 06:35:43 pm
1968 - The Mind Robber, Episode 2 first broadcast
1987 - Time and the Rani, Part 3 screened
2007 - Invaders From Mars, Episodes 1 and 2 first broadcast on Radio 7
2010 - Composer Geoffrey Burgon died in London, aged 69


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 25, 2012, 04:43:34 pm
1965 - Galaxy 4, Episode 3: Airlock first broadcast
1976 - The Masque of Mandragora, Part 4 first screened
1997 - Director Paul Bernard died in London, aged 68


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Vampyros Adric on September 25, 2012, 11:00:29 pm
Apropos of nothing, but I always enjoy reading this thread :) Thanks for keeping us updated Hannah :)


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Blazin Goliath on September 26, 2012, 03:17:42 am
Yeah, it's an interesting thing to read about, have some appreciation :D


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 26, 2012, 09:12:43 am
The updating isn't going too well at the moment! :P Hardly finding time for things being up here  :-\


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 27, 2012, 01:24:27 pm
1921 - Producer Milton Subotsky born in New York
1960 - Composer Dominic Glynn born in Britain
1963 - The Pilot episode, An Unearthly Child, recorded at Studio D, Lime Grove
1975 - Planet of Evil, Part 1 first screened
1980 - Meglos, Part 1 first screened
1986 - The Mysterious Planet, Part 4 screened
1989 - Battlefield, Part 4 first screened
2007 - Blood of the Daleks, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 28, 2012, 06:57:33 pm
1919 - Writer and director Terence Henry Dudley born
1968 - The Mind Robber, Episode 3 first broadcast
1987 - Time and the Rani, Part 4 screened
2011 - Doctor Who Confidential axed


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 29, 2012, 07:46:57 pm
1979 - City of Death, Part 1 first broadcast
2012 - The Angels Take Manhattan first screened in the UK, US, and Canada; and Planet of Giants screened by BBC America in Austin, New York, Indianapolis, and Los Angeles


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on September 30, 2012, 05:59:36 pm
1967 - The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 1 broadcast
1978 - The Pirate Planet, Part 1 first screened
2012 - Newly restored serials The Reign of Terror, Episodes 4 and 5; The Ambassadors of Death, and The Claws of Axos all screened at the Recon event held at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 01, 2012, 04:04:49 pm
1966 - The Smugglers, Episode 4 broadcast
1977 - The Invisible Enemy, Part 1 first screened
2011 - The Wedding of River Song first screened; and BBC Learning's Script to Screen competition winning mini-episode, Death is the Only Answer, screened during the final installment of Doctor Who Confidential: When Time Froze, on BBC3


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 02, 2012, 05:27:37 pm
1965 - Galaxy 4, Episode 4: The Exploding Planet broadcast
1976 - The Hand of Fear, Part 1 first screened
2009 - The Story of Doctor Who repeated on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 04, 2012, 03:43:35 pm
1922 - Composer Dudley Simpson born in Melbourne, Australia
1975 - Planet of Evil, Part 2 first screened
1976 - Exploration Earth first broadcast on Radio 4
1980 - Meglos, Part 2 first screened
1986 - Mindwarp, Part 1 screened
1989 - Ghost Light, Part 1 screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 06, 2012, 08:25:25 pm
1979 - City of Death, Part 2 first broadcast
1997 - Actress Adrienne Hill died, aged 60, in London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 07, 2012, 04:25:02 pm
1967 - The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 2 broadcast
1978 - The Pirate Planet, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 08, 2012, 07:06:48 pm
1966 -The Tenth Planet, Episode 1 was broadcast
1977 - The Invisible Enemy, Part 2 first screened
2010 - Live arena show, Doctor Who: The Monsters are Coming began at Wembley Arena


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 09, 2012, 12:35:44 pm
1965 - Mission to the Unknown broadcast
1976 - The Hand of Fear, Part 2 first screened
2003 - Designer Martin Johnson died in Portsmouth, aged 64
2009 - Producer/Writer Barry Letts died, aged 84


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 10, 2012, 02:29:02 pm
1931 - Writer Victor Pemberton born in London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 11, 2012, 02:27:33 pm
1962 - Actress Nicola Bryant born in Guildford, Surrey
1963 - Filming ended at Ealing studios for 100,000 BC
1975 - Planet of Evil, Part 3 first broadcast
1980 - Meglos, Part 3 first screened
1986 - Mindwarp, Part 2 screened
1989 - Ghost Light, Part 2 screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: poprockgeek on October 11, 2012, 03:10:03 pm
Just adding an extra one today, hope you don't mind Hannah  :)

1979 - first issue of DWM published, according to their Twitter feed.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 13, 2012, 09:03:06 pm
1979 - City of Death, Part 3 first broadcast
1997 - Writer Ian Stuart Black died, aged 82, in Sidmouth, Devon


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 15, 2012, 04:48:49 pm
1966 - The Tenth Planet, Episode 2 broadcast
1977 - The Invisible Enemy, Part 3 first screened
2005 - The Stones of Venice, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 7
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to SECC, Glasgow
2012 - Cobwebs, Episode 1 repeated on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 16, 2012, 03:28:20 pm
1965 - The Myth Makers, Episode 1: Temple of Secrets broadcast
1976 - The Hand of Fear, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 17, 2012, 01:57:14 pm
1966 - Writer/Actor Mark Gatiss born in Sedgefield, Co. Durham
1979 - Publication cover date for the first issue of Marvel Comics' Doctor Who Weekly, priced 12p!


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 18, 2012, 02:57:28 pm
1975 - Planet of Evil, Part 4 first broadcast
1980 - Meglos, Part 4 first screened
1986 - Mindwarp, Part 3 first screened
1989 - Ghost Light, Part 3 screened
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to the NIA, Birmingham


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 19, 2012, 09:48:53 pm
1987 - Paradise Towers, Part 3 broadcast
1988 - Remembrance of the Daleks, Part 3 screened
2008 - Dead London first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 21, 2012, 02:18:53 pm
1967 - The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 4 broadcast
1978 - The Pirate Planet, Part 4 first screened
2007 - Director, Peter Moffatt died, aged 84 in London


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 22, 2012, 06:13:00 pm
1966 - The Tenth Planet, Episode 3 broadcast
1977 - The Invisible Enemy, Part 4 first screened
2005 - The Stones of Venice, Episode 4 first broadcast on Radio 7
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to MEN Arena, Manchester


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 23, 2012, 10:41:58 pm
1965 - The Myth Makers, Epsiode 2: Small Prophet, Quick Return broadcast
1976 - The Hand of Fear, Part 4 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 24, 2012, 05:21:29 pm
2005 - Writer Robert Sloman died in South Hams, Devon, aged 79


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 25, 2012, 05:26:40 pm
1975 - Pyramids of Mars, Part 1 first broadcast
1980 - Full Circle, Part 1 first screened
1986 - Terror of the Vervoids, Part 8 screened
1989 - The Curse of Fenric, Part 1 screened
2010 - The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor, Part 1 first screened on CBBC; and Doctor Who Live moved to Trent FM Arena, Nottingham


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 27, 2012, 09:12:51 pm
1923 - Producer Peter Bryant born in London
1979 - The Creature from the Pit, Part 1 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 27, 2012, 09:58:33 pm
1923 - Producer Peter Bryant born in London
1979 - The Creature from the Pit, Part 1 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 28, 2012, 10:11:43 pm
1944 - Actor Ian Don Marter born in Coventry
1963 - Studio filming on The Daleks began at Ealing
1967 - The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 5 broadcast
1978 - The Stones of Blood, Part 1 first screened
1982 - Actor Matthew Robert Smith born in Northampton
1986 - Actor Ian Marter died, aged 42 in London
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to Cardiff International Arena


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 29, 2012, 05:59:51 pm
1966 - The Tenth Planet, Episode 4 broadcast
1977 - The Image of the Fendahl, Part 1 first screened
1983 - Two-day event, Doctor Who: The Developing Art, began at the NFT, London
2005 - Invaders from Mars, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7
2009 - The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, Part 1 first screened on BBC1
2010 - Writer Mervyn Haisman died in Valencia, Spain, aged 82


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 30, 2012, 05:32:15 pm
1965 - The Myth Makers, Episode 3: Death of a Spy broadcast
1976 - The Deadly Assassin, Part 1 first screened
1997 - Creator of Doctor Who, Sydney Cecil Newman died in Toronto, Canada, aged 80
2009 - The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, Part 2 first screened on BBC1
2010 - The Waters of Mars first screened in France


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on October 31, 2012, 02:05:02 pm
1964 - Planet of Giants, Episode 1 first broadcast
2009 - K9, Episode 1: Regeneration first screened in the UK on Disney XD; and Sisters of the Flame first broadcast on Radio 7
2011 - The Adventure Games, Part 5: The Gunpowder Plot released online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Vampyros Adric on October 31, 2012, 11:22:42 pm
Hannah, these little facts are a treat - thank you for keeping them updated :) I did not know that Ian Marter was born and died on the same day!


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 01, 2012, 04:15:30 pm
1963 - One-day studio filming session at Lime Grove for 100,000 BC, and filming continued at Ealing for The Daleks
1975 - Pyramids of Mars, Part 2 first broadcast
1980 - Full Circle, Part 2 first screened
1986 - Terror of the Vervoids, Part 9 screened
1989 - The Curse of Fenric, Part 2 screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 02, 2012, 09:50:04 pm
1952 - Director of Battlefield, Michael Kerrigan born
1968 - The Invasion, Episode 1 broadcast
1987 - Delta and the Bannermen, Part 1 screened
1988 - The Happiness Patrol, Part 1 screened
2008 - Brave New World first broadcast on Radio 7
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to Liverpool Echo Arena


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 03, 2012, 08:36:22 pm
1910 - Actor Richard Hurndall born in Darlington
1979 - The Creature from the Pit, Part 2 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 04, 2012, 03:13:23 pm
1967 - The Abominable Snowmen, Episode 6 broadcast
1978 - The Stones of Blood, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 05, 2012, 08:47:11 pm
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Episode 1 broadcast
1977 - Image of the Fendahl, Part 2 first screened
1993 - BBC1 marked the show's 30th anniversary with start of Doctor Who and the Daleks series, six new documentary shorts, each screened prior to episodic repeats of Planet of the Daleks: Episode 1, Bigger Inside Than Out
2005 - Invaders from Mars, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 06, 2012, 05:24:33 pm
1965 - The Myth Makers, Episode 4: Horse of Destruction broadcast
1976 - The Deadly Assassin, Part 2 first screened
2010 - Doctor Who Live moved to Belfast's Odyssey Arena


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 07, 2012, 01:49:15 pm
1964 - Planet of Giants, Episode 2: Dangerous Journey broadcast
2010 - Doctor Who Live: The Monsters are Coming ended it's UK tour in Belfast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 08, 2012, 03:28:03 pm
1927 - Director Leonard Edward Mayne born in Australia
1975 - Pyramids of Mars, Part 3 first broadcast
1980 - Full Circle, Part 3 first screened
1986 - Terror of the Vervoids, Part 10 screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 10, 2012, 07:52:16 pm
1979 - The Creature from the Pit, Part 3 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 11, 2012, 04:52:45 pm
1967 - The Ice Warriors, Episode 1 broadcast
1978 - The Stones of Blood, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 12, 2012, 04:08:56 pm
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Episode 2 broadcast
1977 - Image of the Fendahl, Part 3 first screened
1993 - The Antiques Doctor Who Show shown on BBC1
2005 - Invaders from Mars, Episode 3 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 13, 2012, 07:23:21 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 1: The Nightmare Begins broadcast
1999 - Doctor Who Night on BBC2 was hosted by Tom Baker, and featured - comedy sketches co-written and performed by Mark Gatiss  and David Walliams: The Pitch of Fear, The Web of Caves,
and The Kidnappers (starring Peter Davison) - documentaries: Adventures in Time  and Space, How to Live Forever, Carnival of Monsters, and How to Build a TARDIS - Repeats of The Daleks, Episode 7: The Rescue, and the unedited TV Movie
2003 - Scream of the Shalka launched on BBCi


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 14, 2012, 01:11:42 pm
1959 - Actor Paul McGann born in Liverpool
1964 - Planet of Giants, Episode 3: Crisis broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 15, 2012, 05:21:11 pm
1975 - Pyramids of Mars, Part 4 first broadcast
1980 - Full Circle, Part 4 first screened
1986 - Terror of the Vervoids, Part 11 screened
2009 - The Waters of Mars first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 16, 2012, 08:04:16 pm
1963 - The first ever Doctor Who TV trailer was broadcast (today was the planned premiere date for An Unearthly Child but the remount of the Pilot episode resulted in a week's delay)
1968 - The Invasion, Episode 3 screened
1981 - Week 3 of The Five Faces of Doctor Who began on BBC2
1987 - Delta and the Bannermen, Part 3 screened
1988 - The Happiness Patrol, Part 3 screened
2007 - Time Crash first screened during Children In Need
2008 - Grand Theft Cosmos first broadcast on Radio 7
2012 - Children In Need episode screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 18, 2012, 07:22:49 pm
1961 -Writer Steven Moffat born in Paisley, Scotland
1966 - An adapted soundtrack of Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150AD broadcast on the BBC Light Programme's Movietime
1967 - The Ice Warriors, Episode 2 screened
1978 - The Stones of Blood, Part 4 first screened
2005 - Children In Need Special (aka. Born Again) screened
2011 - Children In Need scene screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on November 19, 2012, 01:14:29 am
Although it's after midnight, happy birthday Moff.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 19, 2012, 07:45:59 pm
1924 - Actor William Russell born Russell Enoch, in Sunderland
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Episode 3 broadcast
1977 - Image of the Fendahl, Part 4 first screened
1993 - Missing in Action screened, both on BBC1
2005 - Invaders from Mars, Episode 4 first broadcast on Radio 7
2006 - Doctor Who: A Celebration staged at the Millennium stadium, Cardiff, and broadcast live on BBC Radio Wales


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 20, 2012, 04:01:59 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 2: Day of Armageddon broadcast
1976 - The Deadly Assassin, Part 4 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 21, 2012, 03:18:34 pm
1924 - Writer Malcolm Hulke born in Hampstead, London
1963 - The first ever press conference was held to launch Doctor Who, David Whitaker joined William Hartnell, Carole Ann Ford, William Russell, and Jacqueline Hill for the event at BBC Langham
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 1: World's End broadcast
1990 - Search Out Science: Space first screened on BBC2
2009 - Dreamland, Part 1 released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 22, 2012, 02:39:10 pm
1963 - On the eve of Doctor Who's debut, news of President John F Kennedy's assassination broke as studio recording on The Daleks continued at BBC Lime Grove
1975 - The Android Invasion, Part 1 first broadcast
1980 - The State of Decay, Part 1 first screened
1986 - Terror of the Vervoids, Part 12 screened
1998 - An Unearthly Child Pilot episode repeated during The Take: 35 Years of Doctor Who on BBC Choice
2007 - The first Doctor Who producer, Verity Lambert OBE died aged 71, in London
2009 - Dreamland, Episode 2 released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 23, 2012, 08:19:49 pm
1963 - An Unearthly Child, the first ever episode of Doctor Who was broadcast at 5.17pm on BBC1; and director Joe Ahearne was born
1968 - The Invasion, Episode 4 screened
1981 - Week 4 of The Five Faces of Doctor Who began on BBC2
1983 - The Five Doctors first broadcast in North America
1987 - Dragonfire, Part 1 screened
1988 - Silver Nemesis, Part 1 screened
2008 - The Zygon Who Fell to Earth first broadcast on Radio 7
2009 - Dreamland, Episode 3 released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 24, 2012, 09:02:38 pm
1979 - Nightmare of Eden, Part 1 first broadcast
2009 - Dreamland, Episode 4 released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 25, 2012, 02:05:30 pm
1967 - The Ice Warriors, Episode 3 first broadcast
1978 - The Androids of Tara, Part 1 first screened
1983 - The Five Doctors first screened in the UK
2009 - Dreamland, Episode 5 released on the BBC Red Button


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 26, 2012, 06:59:12 pm
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Episode 4 broadcast
1977 - The Sun Makers, Part 1 first screened
1991 - The Ice Warriors screened at MOMI
1993 - Dimensions In Time, Part 1 screened on BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 27, 2012, 04:21:23 pm
1935 - Producer Verity Ann Lambert was born in London
1963 - The BBC Programme Review board made the unusual decision to repeat An Unearthly Child before episode two
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 3: Devil's Planet broadcast
1993 - Dimensions In Time, Part 2 screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 28, 2012, 02:52:15 pm
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 2:The Daleks broadcast
1987 - Actress Karen Sheila Gillan born in Inverness, Scotland


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on November 29, 2012, 02:21:39 pm
1942 - Actor Michael Craze born in Cornwall
1975 - The Android Invasion, Part 2 first broadcast
1980 - The State of Decay, Part 2 first screened
1986 - The Ultimate Foe, Part 13 screened
2009 - The Waters of Mars first screened in New Zealand


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 01, 2012, 08:35:19 pm
1932 - Writer Dennis Spooner born in Tottenham, North London
1979 - Nightmare of Eden, Part 2 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 02, 2012, 01:16:10 pm
1967 - The Ice Warriors, Part 4 broadcast
1978 - The Androids of Tara, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 03, 2012, 06:55:45 pm
1928 - Director Gerald Blake born in London
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Part 5 broadcast
1977 - The Sun Makers, Part 2 first screened
1981 - Logopolis, Part 4 repeated on BBC2


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 04, 2012, 02:18:43 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 4: The Traitors broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 05, 2012, 04:04:55 pm
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 3: Day of Reckoning broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 06, 2012, 04:50:18 pm
1975 - The Android Invasion, Part 3 first broadcast; and actor Noel Anthony Clarke born in London
1980 - The State of Decay, Part 3 first screened
1986 - The Trial of a Time Lord season concluded:The Ultimate Foe, Part 14 first screened
1989 - Doctor Who ended its original run on BBC TV after 26 years: Survival, Part 3 screened
2009 - The Waters of Mars first screened in Australia


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 08, 2012, 06:53:27 pm
1939 - Actress Jennie Linden born in Worthing, Sussex
1979 - Nightmare of Eden, Part 3 first broadcast
1998 - Actor Michael Craze died in Surrey, aged 56


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 09, 2012, 03:04:52 pm
1938 - Director Waris Hussein born in Lucknow, India
1967 - The Ice Warriors, Episode 5 broadcast
1978 - The Androids of Tara, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 10, 2012, 08:37:27 pm
1966 - The Power of the Daleks, Episode 6 broadcast
1977 - The Sun Makers, Part 3 first screened
2005 - Shada first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 11, 2012, 01:28:21 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 5: Counter Plot broadcast
2003 - Composer Malcolm Clarke died, aged 60
2011 - Newly discovered episodes, Galaxy 4: Airlock and The Underwater Menace, Episode 2 both shown at the NFT


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 12, 2012, 04:25:32 pm
1916 - Director Michael Leeston Smith born
1961 - Actress Sarah Sutton born in Basingstoke
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 4: The End of Tomorrow broadcast
1992 - Terror of the Autons screened at the NFT
2007 - DW Confidential: Designs on Doctor Who (narrated by Tom Baker) screened on BBC3
2008 - Journey's End first broadcast in Canada
2011 - Hornet's Nest: The Stuff of Nightmares, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 13, 2012, 05:50:34 pm
1975 - The Android Invasion, Part 4 first broadcast
1980 - State of Decay, Part 4 first screened
2010 - A Christmas Carol premiered at the BFI, Southbank
2011 - Hornet's Nest: The Stuff of Nightmares, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 14, 2012, 11:07:00 pm
1933 - Director David Maloney born in Alvechurch, Worcs.
1963 - 100,000 BC, Episode 4: The Firemaker first broadcast
1968 - The Invasion Episode 7 screened
1988 - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Part 1 screened
2011 - Hornet's Nest: The Dead Shoes, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 15, 2012, 10:42:25 pm
1940 - Director John Pennant Roberts born in Weston-Super-Mare
1973 - The Time Warrior, Part 1 first broadcast
1979 - Nightmare of Eden, Part 4 first screened
2011 - The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe premiered at BBC TV Centre in London; and Hornet's Nest: The Dead Shoes, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 17, 2012, 07:06:45 pm
1929 - Actress Grace Jacqueline Hill born in Birmingham
1966 - The Highlanders, Episode 1 broadcast
1977 - The Sun Makers, Part 4 first screened
2005 - The Chimes of Midnight, Episode 1 first broadcast on Radio 7
2012 - A Christmas Prequel: Vastra Investigates released online


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 18, 2012, 02:57:58 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 6: Coronas of the Sun broadcast
2009 - Vengeance of Morbius first broadcast on BBC7
2010 - K9, Episode 1: Regeneration first broadcast on Five


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 19, 2012, 08:52:08 pm
1923 - Writer Elwyn Jones born in Cwmaman, Wales
1961 - Actor Matthew Waterhouse born in Hertford
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 5: The Waking Ally broadcast
2009 - The Waters of Mars first screened in Canada and the US
2011 - Hornet's Nest: The Circus of Doom, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on December 19, 2012, 11:19:49 pm
I didn't realise Matthew Waterhouse was from Hertford.  That's just up the road from me.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 20, 2012, 10:21:32 pm
2010 - BBC2 quiz show Eggheads presents a Doctor Who edition featuring Colin Baker, Fraser Hines, Katy Manning, Lousie Jameson, and John Leeson
2011 - Hornet's Nest: A Sting in the Tale, Part 1 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 21, 2012, 10:01:18 pm
1963 - The Daleks, Episode 1: The Dead Planet first broadcast
1965 - The Curse of the Daleks premiered at Wyndham's Theatre in London
1968 - The Invasion, Episode 8 screened
1988 - The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Part 2 screened
2011 - The Eleventh Hour and The Beast Below both screened on TV Fox Channel, Germany; and Hornet's Nest: A Sting in the Tale, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Nyki on December 22, 2012, 12:56:06 am
Quote
1963 - The Daleks, Episode 1: The Dead Planet first broadcast

The first (partial) sight of a Dalek ever.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 23, 2012, 05:55:21 pm
1967 - The Enemy of the World, Episode 1 broadcast
1978 - The Power of Kroll, Part 1 first screened
2011 - Hornet's Nest: Hive of Horrors, Part 2 first broadcast on Radio 4 Extra


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 24, 2012, 10:34:43 pm
1925 - Producer Innes Lloyd born in Penmaenmawr, Wales
1941 - Actor John Levene born John Anthony Woods, in Salisbury
1966 - The Highlanders, Episode 2 broadcast
1990 - Cult Heroes: Doctor Who broadcast on Radio 7
2005 - The Chimes of Midnight, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 25, 2012, 08:25:13 pm
1965 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 7: The Feast of Steven broadcast
1998 - Writer/Director Terence Dudley died, aged 69
2005 - The Christmas Invasion first broadcast; and Attack of the Graske released on the BBC Red Button
2006 - The Runaway Bride first screened; and DW Confidential: Music and Monsters screened on BBC3
2007 - Voyage of the Damned first screened; DWC:Confidential at Christmas screened
2008 - The Next Doctor first screened; and DWC: Christmas 2008 Special and DWC: Top 5 Christmas Moments both screened
2009 - The End of Time, Part 1 first screened; DWC: Lords and Masters screened
2010 - A Christmas Carol first screened in the UK and America; DWC: Christmas Special 2010 also screened; and DW at the Proms first screened in America
2011 - The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe first screened in the UK and the US
2012 - The Snowmen first screened in the UK and North America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 26, 2012, 06:36:41 pm
1964 - The Dalek Invasion of Earth, Episode 6: Flashpoint broadcast
2005 - The Christmas Invasion first screened in Canada
2010 - A Christmas Carol first screened in Australia; and Doctor Who at the Proms first screened on ABC1
2012 - The Snowmen first screened in Australia


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 29, 2012, 09:52:02 pm
1928 - Actor Bernard Cribbins born in Derker, Oldham
1973 - The Time Warrior, Episode 3 first broadcast
1979 - The Horns of Nimon, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on December 30, 2012, 03:41:47 pm
1967 - The Enemy of the World, Episode 2 broadcast
1970 - Director Saul Metzstein born in Scotland
1972 - The Three Doctors, Episode 1 first screened
1978 - The Power of Kroll, Part 2 first screened
2003 - The Story of Doctor Who first screened on BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 01, 2013, 03:58:56 pm
1928 - Director Lennie Mayne born in Australia
1935 - Writer Dave Martin born in Birmingham
1966 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 8: Volcano broadcast
1972 - Day of the Daleks, Episode 1 first screened
1977 - The Face of Evil, Part 1 first screened
2007 - The Sarah Jane Adventures launched on BBC1 with Invasion of the Bane
2009 - The Doctor Who Proms [featuring Music of the Spheres] screened on BBC1; Confidential at the Proms also made available on the BBC Red Button
2010 - The End of Time, Part 2 first screened on BBC1 and HD


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 03, 2013, 02:27:03 pm
1970 - Spearhead from Space, Episode 1 first broadcast
1976 - The Brain of Morbius, Part 1 first screened
1981 - Warriors' Gate, Part 1 first screened
1983 - Arc of Infinity, Part 1 screened
2009 - Doctor Who Confidential: The Eleventh Doctor screened on BBC1


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 04, 2013, 08:10:50 pm
1964 - The Daleks, Episode 3: The Escape first broadcast
1969 - The Krotons, Episode 2 first screened
1975 - Robot, Part 2 first screened
1982 - Castrovalva, Part 1 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 05, 2013, 02:31:28 pm
1929 - Composer Norman Forbes Kay born in Bolton
1974 - The Time Warrior, Part 4 first broadcast
1980 - The Horns of Nimon, Part 3 first screened
1982 - Castrovalva, Part 2 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 06, 2013, 03:57:37 pm
1968 - The Enemy of the World, Episode 3 broadcast
1973 - The Three Doctors, Episode 2 first screened
1979 - The Power of Kroll, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Aneurin on January 08, 2013, 11:09:07 pm
William Hartnell's 105th Birthday


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Tardis-Console on January 17, 2013, 12:09:55 pm
1932 - John Cater, who played Professor Krimpton in The War Machines, was born in London.
1943 - Malcolm Clarke, who provided incidental music for Doctor Who, was born.
1947 - John Alkin who played Lomand in Planet of Fire was born.
1950 - Sharon Duce who was Control in Ghost Light was born.
1970 - Episode 3 of Spearhead from Space was first broadcast.
1976 - Part 3 of The Brain of Morbius was first broadcast.
1981 - Part 3 of Warriors' Gate was first broadcast.
1992 - The Time Meddler Episode 3, "A Battle of Wits", was repeated on BBC 2.
2001 - Robert Robertson who played Collinson in The Ambassadors of Death died.
2004 - Andrew Tourell who played Cummings in Black Orchid died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Aneurin on January 22, 2013, 01:32:05 am
1950 - Pamela Salem, who played Toos in The Robots of Death, Rachel in Remembrance of the Daleks and was one of the many voices of Xoanon in The Face of Evil, was born.
1966 - The Abandoned Planet, episode eleven of The Daleks' Master Plan, was first broadcast.
1972 - Episode 4 of Day of the Daleks was first broadcast.
1977 - Part 4 of The Face of Evil was first broadcast.
1993 - Tommy Knight (Luke Smith in The Sarah Jane Adventures) was born.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Mr Chinn on January 23, 2013, 02:16:51 pm
1901 - Bart Allison, who played Maximus Pettulian in The Romans, was born.
1920 - Steven Scott, who played Kebble in The Power of the Daleks, was born.
1921 - Kevin Stoney, who played Mavic Chen in The Daleks' Master Plan, Tobias Vaughn in The Invasion and Tyrum in Revenge of the Cybermen, was born.
1926 - John Caesar, who had several uncredited roles in Doctor Who, was born.
1965 - "All Roads Lead to Rome", Episode 2 of The Romans, was first broadcast.
1965 - The first part of comic The Therovian Quest was released.
1971 - Episode 4 of Terror of the Autons was first broadcast.
2008 - Sleeper (Torchwood) was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Saber on January 24, 2013, 11:32:39 am
1930 - Terence Bayler, who played Yendom in The Ark and Major Barrington in The War Games, was born in Wanganui, New Zealand.
1970 - Spearhead from Space episode 4 was first broadcast.
1975 - Neil Wilson (Sam Seeley in Spearhead from Space) died.
1976 - The Brain of Morbius episode 4 was first broadcast.
1981 - Warriors' Gate episode 4 was first broadcast.
1987 - Ruth Bradley, who played the Eighth Doctor's audio companion Molly O'Sullivan, was born.
1992 - "Checkmate", episode 2 of The Time Meddler, was repeated on BBC2.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Tardis-Console on January 25, 2013, 02:30:58 pm
1926 - Richard Davies, who played Burton in Delta and the Bannermen, was born.
1927 - Gregg Palmer, who played Shav and Gern in The Tenth Planet and Lieutenant Lucke in The War Games, was born in San Francisco, California.
1942 - John Owens, who played Thorpe in The Dæmons, was born.
1950 - Christopher Ryan, who would play several guest roles in Doctor Who, was born.
1964 - "The Ordeal", Episode 6 of The Daleks, was first broadcast.
1969 - Episode 1 of The Seeds of Death was first broadcast.
1975 - Part 1 of The Ark in Space was first broadcast.
1978 - Fred Ferris, who played the part of Bert Rowse in Planet of Giants, died.
1982 - Part 3 of Four to Doomsday was first broadcast.
1983 - Part 3 of Snakedance was first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 26, 2013, 07:46:25 pm
1957 - Executive Producer Mal Young born in Liverpool
1974 - Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Part 3 first broadcast


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 27, 2013, 06:33:43 pm
1968 - The Enemy of the World, Episode 6 broadcast
1973 - Carnival of Monsters, Episode 1 first screened
1979 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 2 first screened
1984 - Frontios, Part 2 screened and director Douglas Camfield died in Hounslow, London, aged 52
1998 - The Ghosts of N-Space, Episode 2 first broadcast on Radio 2


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 28, 2013, 07:38:52 pm
1967 - The Underwater Menace, Episode 3 broadcast
1978 - Underworld, Part 4 first screened
2007 - Phobos first broadcast on BBC7


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on January 29, 2013, 04:32:43 pm
1930 - Writer William Emms born in Britain
1966 - The Daleks' Master Plan, Episode 12: Destruction of Time broadcast
1972 - The Curse of Peladon, Episode 1 first screened
1977 - The Robots of Death, Part 1 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Roranicus on February 01, 2013, 01:46:57 pm
1903 - Joan Young, who played Catherine de Medici in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve was born.
1921 - Peter Sallis, who played Elric Penley in The Ice Warriors, was born.
1946 - Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane Smith) was born in Liverpool.
1964 - "The Rescue", Episode 7 of The Daleks, was first broadcast.
1969 - The Seeds of Death Episode 2 was first broadcast.
1975 - The Ark in Space Part Two was first broadcast.
1982 - Kinda Part One was first broadcast.
1983 - Mawdryn Undead Part One was first broadcast.
2000 - Reginald Jessup, who played the Servant in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve and Savar in The Invasion of Time died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on February 05, 2013, 11:23:29 am
1929 - John Nettleton, who played Ernest in Ghost Light, was born.
1966 - "War of God", episode one of The Massacre of St. Bartholomews Eve was first broadcast.
1972 - Episode two of The Curse of Peladon was first broadcast.
1977 - Episode two of The Robots of Death was first broadcast.
1998 - Wilfred Carter, who played Sir Reginald Styles in Day of the Daleks, died.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on February 06, 2013, 07:45:20 am
1949 - Actress Carmen Gómez was born.
1965 - "Inferno" first broadcast.
1971 - Episode two of The Mind of Evil first broadcast.
1985 - Actor Neil McCarthy died.
1996 - Actress Patsy Smart died.
2008 - Torchwood Meat first broadcast.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on February 12, 2013, 03:19:48 pm
1966 - The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve, Episode 2:The Sea Beggar broadcast
1972 - The Curse of Peladon, Episode 3 first screened
1977 - The Robots of Death, Part 3 first screened


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on February 17, 2013, 06:10:09 pm
1968 - The Web of Fear, Episode 3 broadcast
1973 - Carnival of Monsters, Episode 4 first screened
1979 - The Armageddon Factor, Part 5 first screened
2013 - 50 Years of Doctor Who event held at the Glasgow Film Theatre


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: hannahcole93 on March 30, 2013, 10:33:08 pm
1968 - Fury from the Deep, Episode 3 broadcast
1974 - The Monster of Peladon, Part 2 first screened
1982 - Time Flight, Part 4 screened
1984 - The Twin Dilemma, Part 4 screened
1985 - Revelation of the Daleks, Part 2 first screened
2007 - Writer David Ralph Martin died in Bridport, aged 72
2013 - The Bells of St. John first screened in the UK and North America


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on August 09, 2013, 01:33:18 pm
I went to update this, but couldn't find anything for todays date. Maybe tomorrow.


Title: Re: This Day In Doctor Who
Post by: Peri-Peri on August 11, 2013, 01:22:39 pm
1922 - Composer Ron Grainer, who composed the original Doctor Who title theme, was born.
1994 - Peter Cushing died.