Melvyn Bragg presents the first in-depth look at the BBC's science-fiction series Doctor Who (1963).
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Episode credited cast:
Melvyn Bragg ... Himself - Presenter
Tom Baker ... Himself / The Doctor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Bloomfield ... Himself
Terrance Dicks Terrance Dicks ... Himself
Philip Hinchcliffe Philip Hinchcliffe ... Himself
Robert Holmes Robert Holmes ... Himself
David Maloney David Maloney ... Himself
Dick Mills ... Himself
Roger Murray-Leach Roger Murray-Leach ... Himself
Deep Roy ... Himself / Mr. Sin
Dudley Simpson ... Himself
Heather Stewart Heather Stewart ... Herself
Graham Williams Graham Williams ... Himself
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Melvyn Bragg presents the first in-depth look at the science-fiction adventure series Doctor Who (1963). The documentary includes clips of stories featuring all of the first four Doctors, interviews current Doctor Tom Baker and producer Philip Hinchcliffe, hears the views of fans of the series of all ages and goes behind the scenes of the most recent serial, Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part One (1977). Written by Anonymous

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3 April 1977 (UK) See more »

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4:3
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Terrance Dicks admitted on a Doctor Who DVD release that he and Doctor Who script editor Robert Holmes faked an argument over a script, knowing it would be filmed as part of the program. He now finds it embarrassing to watch. See more »

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John Miller - Educational Psychologist: [on the question of whether the scary bits of Doctor Who can have a harmful effect on children] There is a tendency, I'm afraid, even amongst intelligent people, even amongst teachers, doctors, clergymen, people who should know better, to pretend all the nasty things in life come from outside. I have no doubt that a television program can have a disturbing effect on a child, but I think it's very naive to attribute this purely to the television program because an image cannot affect you per se ...
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Features Doctor Who: Four Hundred Dawns (1965) See more »

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