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In the spring of 1994 Simon Irvine compiled the best Doctor Who episode guide on the Internet. The guide includes all twenty-six seasons of the series. In effort to keep the guide from being lost to fans of The Doctor, I asked his permission to reproduce the guide here.
I have updated it where necessary, and added my work on The Doctor to round out the guide.
Thank You, Simon.
I do not lay claim to any copyrighted work here; however, I do lay claim to the page layout.
John Keegan 1998
This page and the pages that follow are dedicated to one of the best Science Fiction Programs in the history of television. That program is, of course, Doctor Who. The other number one Science Fiction Program is Star Trek.
Why is Doctor Who equal to Star Trek?
In 1963 someone at the BBC came with an idea for a TV series about a being who look like a human male, but he was from another planet. This being would be able to travel through time and space in a Police Box. Thus, the series Doctor Who and the character of The Doctor was born. There was one problem, however, no one else at the BBC wanted to produce the series. First, production of the pilot, "An Unearthly Child" staring William Hartnell as The Doctor, was the responsibility the Drama Department. But, they did not want anything to do with it. Next, it was passed off to the Children's Department, and they did not want anything to do with it either. But, in the end they produced the pilot. When the pilot aired, however, it went over like a lead balloon. It was not until the second show "The Dead Planet" also called "The Daleks", the first in which the Daleks appeared, that the series took off. From that point on The Doctor's audience grew not only in England, but in the United States too. It took about seventeen years for the series to come America on PBS. After twenty-six years and seven Doctors the series stopped production in 1989. It lasted that long because it appealed to the audience's sense of right and wrong, and it took them from the past, to the present, and beyond.