March 8, 1969: Doctor Who in “The Space Pirates”

Season 6 – “The War Games”

The Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find themselves inside a space beacon being attacked by space pirates. The travellers are separated from the TARDIS and flung into the depths of space.

First broadcast March 8 – April 12, on BBC 1 at 5.15pm; six parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • Jack May – “General Hermack”
  • Donald Gee – “Major Ian Warne”
  • George Layton – “Technician Penn”
  • Robert Holmes – writer

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January 25, 1969: Doctor Who in “The Seeds of Death”

Season 6 – “The Krotons”

Season 6 – “The Space Pirates”

The TARDIS arrives on Earth where T-Mat has revolutionised travel. However, the Ice Warriors have seized control and use T-Mat to distribute Martian seed pods across the world.

First broadcast January 25 – March 1, 1969 on BBC 1 at 5.15pm; six parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • Ronald Leigh-Hunt – “Radnor”
  • Brian Hayles – writer

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December 28, 1968: Doctor Who in “The Krotons”

Season 6 – “The Invasion”

The TARDIS takes the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe to a world where they meet the Gonds who annually send two brilliant students into the Dynatrope to be the companions of the Krotons.

First broadcast December 25, 1968 – January 18, 1969 on BBC 1 at 5.15pm; four parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • Philip Madoc – “Eelek”
  • Robert Holmes – writer

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November 2, 1968: Doctor Who in “The Invasion”

Season 6 – “The Mind Robber”

Season 6 – “The Krotons”

The travellers land in London where they agree to help find computer scientist Professor Watkins and discover Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart is also investigating disappearances.

First broadcast November 2 – December 21, 1968 on BBC 1 at 5.15pm; eight parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • John Levene – “Benton”
  • Nicholas Courtney – “Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart”

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September 14, 1968: Doctor Who in “The Mind Robber”

Season 6 – “The Dominators”

Season 6 – “The Invasion”

The Doctor activates an emergency unit on board theTARDIS to escape destruction by a volcanic eruption. Unfortunately, it moves them out of normal space and time to a deadly world where fantasy rules. The travellers find themselves lured out of the ship into a ghostly white void.

First broadcast September 14 – October 12, 1968 on BBC 1 at 5.20pm; five parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines and Hamish Wilson – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • Bernard Horsfall – “A Stranger”/”Gulliver”
  • Sylvestra Le Touzel – “Child”

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August 10, 1968: Doctor Who in “The Dominators”

Season 5 – “The Wheel in Space”

Season 6 – “The Mind Robber”

The Doctor activates an emergency unit on board theTARDIS to escape destruction by a volcanic eruption. Unfortunately, it moves them out of normal space and time to a deadly world where fantasy rules. The travellers find themselves lured out of the ship into a ghostly white void.

First broadcast August 10 – September 7, 1968 on BBC 1 at 5.15pm; five parts

Notable Cast & Crew

  • Patrick Troughton – “Dr Who”
  • Frazer Hines and Hamish Wilson – “Jamie McCrimmon”
  • Wendy Padbury – “Zoe Heriot”
  • Ronald Allen – “Rago”
  • Brian Cant – “Tensa”

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