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DOCTOR WHO ON THIS DAY #323

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 … Continue reading

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Doctor Who and the Pescatons

Written by Victor Pemberton, a veteran of the Troughton era, this two-part story is notable for being the first Doctor Who audio drama ever produced, and was released by Argo (Decca) on vinyl LP in 1976 (between TV season 13/14) and cassette in … Continue reading

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