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By Paul Andrews

ISBN-10: 1783338326

ISBN-13: 9781783338320

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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’. The doctor also had a robot companion called Kamelion. As well as his granddaughter, the first doctor had two other companions in the early episodes called ‘Barbara Wright’ and ‘Ian Chesterton’.

The doctor had a robot dog called K9 The doctors enemies the Daleks were originally human like beings called Kaleds from the planet Skaro. The second doctor was played by Patrick Troughton The doctors arch enemy is another time lord called ‘The Master’ The original music for the show was composed by Ron Grainer. There have been two Dr Who films - Dr. D. The third doctor was played by Jon Pertwee There have been several theatre plays based on the show, such as - Doctor Who and the Daleks in the Seven Keys to Doomsday, and Doctor Who - The Ultimate Adventure.

Doctor who is created with being created originally by - Sydney Newman, C. 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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