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Webber, and Donald Wilson. The sixth doctor was played by Colin Baker The programme has been listed in the Guinness World Records, as ‘the “most successful” science fiction series of all time’. There have been 800 and counting individual episodes of the show The first doctors first show was called ‘an unearthly child’, and his last ‘The Tenth Planet’. The seventh doctor was played by Sylvester McCoy The second doctors first show was called ‘The Power of the Daleks’ and his last ‘The War Games’.

Spearhead from Space, the first episode featuring Jon Pertwee, was also the first episode to be transmitted in colour. On Earth the army diversion which works with the doctor is called - UNIT, which stands for - ‘Unified Intelligence Taskforce, or United Nations Intelligence Taskforce’ The ninth doctor was played by Christopher Eccleston The Fourth doctors first show was called ‘Robot’ and his last ‘Logopolis’. The 50th anniversary show was called ‘The Day of the Doctor’ and featured a cameo appurtenance from former doctor Tom Baker, as well as a full performance from other former doctor David Tennant.

E. Webber, and Donald Wilson. The sixth doctor was played by Colin Baker The programme has been listed in the Guinness World Records, as ‘the “most successful” science fiction series of all time’. There have been 800 and counting individual episodes of the show The first doctors first show was called ‘an unearthly child’, and his last ‘The Tenth Planet’. The seventh doctor was played by Sylvester McCoy The second doctors first show was called ‘The Power of the Daleks’ and his last ‘The War Games’.

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