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Old 3rd October 2018, 09:31 AM
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October 4th: Today in WHO-story

Births
1922 - Dudley Simpson (Doctor Who's music composer [1964-1980])

1944 - Martin Potter (Eirak in Terminus)

1946 - Roger Davenport (Trooper in Resurrection of the Daleks)
1947 - Ann Widdecombe (Herself in The Sound of Drums)
1953 - Christopher Fairbank (Fenton in Flatline; Big Finish Productions actor - Pierre Aronnax in The Wreck of the Titan, Doc Baroque in The Scapegoat and Marc Brunel in Iron Bright)

1987 - Daniel Anthony (Clyde Langer in the Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures and Delong in the Big Finish audio Wirrn Dawn)

Deaths
1972 - Colin Gordon (Commandant in The Faceless Ones) aged 61

1978 - Catherine Fleming (Animus voice in The Web Planet) aged 46

Episodes
1975 - Planet of Evil, Part Two: 9.9 million viewers
1976 - Exploration Earth [NOTE: This was originally an educational radio show produced by the BBC for use in schools. The animation was added to the audio much later]

1980 - Meglos, Part Two: 4.2 million viewers
1986 - The Trial of a Time Lord, Part Five [Mindwarp, Part One]: 4.8 million viewers
1989 - Ghost Light, Part One: 4.2 million viewers
2011 - The Sarah Jane Adventures: Sky, Part Two (CBBC): 0.53 million viewers
2014 - Kill the Moon: 6.91 million viewers

Releases
1990 - Issue 166 of Doctor Who Magazine (Marvel)

1999 - The Taking of Planet 5 and Divided Loyalties (BBC Books)
2003 - The Deadstone Memorial (BBC Books)
2007 - The Crystal Snare, War of the Robots, Dark Planet and The Haunted Wagon Train (BBC Books - Decide Your Destiny series); The Encyclopedia (BBC Books); Quiz Book 3 (BBC Children's Books)

2012 - The Angel's Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery (BBC Digital); issue 289 of Doctor Who Adventures (Immediate Media Co.); The Official Doctionary (BBC Children's Books)

Behind-the-Scenes
2009 - Recording of the Big Finish audio Prisoner of the Sun took place
2010 - Recording of Big Finish's audio adaptation of the unmade TV story Earth Aid took place
2012 - Recording of the Big Finish audio Luna Romana took place
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Out tomorrow (October 5th) as an HMV exclusive, 'Cold Vengeance', starring David Tennant and Billie Piper. This will be a numbered, limited edition and coloured vinyl release

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*Sigh*

Just when you think you know what's what and who's who

Doctor Who time slot changes again for Jodie Whittaker’s second episode | Radio Times
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October 5th: Today in WHO-story

Births
1902 - Eric Elliot (Commander in The Ark)

1920 - Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Commander Radnor in The Seeds of Death and Commander Stevenson in Revenge of the Cybermen)

1923 - Malcolm Lockyer (music writer & conductor on the movie Dr. Who and the Daleks)

1957 - Phil Cornwall (Stallholder in The Fires of Pompeii and Superintendent Gaglo & Zaleb 5 in the Big Finish audio Serpent in the Silver Mask)
1967 - Jenna Russell (Floor Manager in Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways and Porcelain Polly & Missus in Big Finish Productions' Jago & Litefoot story Encore of the Scorchies)
1974 - Marshall Lancaster (Buzzer in The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People)

Deaths
1978 - May Warden (older Sara Kingdom in The Daleks' Master Plan) aged 87

1997 - Andrew Keir (Wyler in the movie Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150AD) aged 71

1999 - Dennis Bowen (Prison Governor in Frontier in Space) aged 82
2001 - Jim Francis (visual effects assistant on The Armageddon Factor and visual effects designer on The Caves of Androzani) aged 47
2004 - Geoffrey Cheshire (Viking Leader in The Time Meddler, Garge in The Daleks' Master Plan, Tracy in The Invasion and a Roboman in Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150AD) aged 77

2017 - Trevor Martin (Time Lord in The War Games, the alternative Fourth Doctor in the stage show/Big Finish audio Seven Keys to Doomsday, Kaido, Guard 2, Ungar, Custodian of the Data Store & Jenhegger in the BBC Radio 5 live story The Paradise of Death and Professor Capra in the Big Finish audio Flip-Flop) aged 87

Episodes
1968 - The Mind Robber, Episode Four: 7.3 million viewers
1987 - Paradise Towers, Part One: 4.5 million viewers
1988 - Remembrance of the Daleks, Part One: 5.5 million viewers

Introductions
1988 - Launch of the twenty-fifth series of classic Who

Releases
1998 - The Janus Conjunction and Matrix (BBC Books); The Ark (VHS)

2005 - Model-Making Kit (Penguin Character Books)
2006 - Doctor Who Files 5-8 and Quiz Book (BBC Children's Books)

Behind-the-Scenes
2010 - Recording of Big Finish's audio adaptation of the unmade TV story Earth Aid took place
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An American TV channel tried to subtitle Jodie Whittaker and it did not go well | Radio Times


The new series will be a comedy show in America!
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Hmmm!

According to a 'hints and teasers' thing I have for 'The Woman Who Fell To Earth', "...At least one of Chibnall’s claims about Series 11 appears to not be entirely true."

No idea what it means, or what it is referring to
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Missing episodes of The Morecambe and Wise Show, Steptoe and Son and The Basil Brush Show have been found and returned to the BBC by the one and only Phil Morris. No Who as yet, but apparently more material has been handed over that has not yet been announced, so who knows...?
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