Monthly Archives: September 2018

Doctor Who — Galaxy 4

Season 3 – Episode 1 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Vicki, Steven  Galaxy 4 is an interesting one. Verity Lambert is leaving and she’s just had time to make one or two suggestions and one was for the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Time Meddler

Season 2 – Episode 9 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Vicki, Steven  Their names are William Russell and Jacqueline Hill – I feel that I should have at least credited the actors once in their duration as Ian … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Chase

Season 2 – Episode 8 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Vicki     Ian and Barbara – (both depart)     Steven (Joins via stowaway at the then) The only story in the classic series that (to my memory) is … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Space Museum

Season 2 – Episode 7 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Ian, Barbara, Vicki Time for a new concept! At the end of the previous story, the gang freeze in place. Then their crusade clothes are gone. The … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Crusade

Season 2 – Episode 6 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Ian, Barbara, Vicki Thank goodness I can at least say something in general about the series here. As mentioned before, there is a sort of rough idea … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Web Planet

Season 2 – Episode 5 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Ian, Barbara, Vicki Here we go! Well many people turn around and start spinning some nonsense about classic Doctor Who being unwatchable. It has nothing to do … Continue reading

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Doctor Who — The Romans

Season 2 – Episode 4 – (1965) Doctor: 1 – William Hartnell Companions: Ian, Barbara, Vicki Verity Lambert, the producer of the time, had a thought. Doctor Who had become a success – season 2 had been granted more budget. … Continue reading

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