Doctor Doctor Who Guide


On This Day (USA) - 12 November

The Power of the Daleks: Episode Two premiered on BBC One in 1966 at 5:49pm GMT, watched by 7.80 million viewers.

Posing as an Examiner from Earth, the Doctor warns the scientist, Lesterson about the dire consequences of reactivating the dormant Daleks.

Image of the Fendahl: Part Three premiered on BBC One in 1977 at 6:06pm GMT, watched by 7.90 million viewers.

The Antique Doctor Who Show premiered on BBC One in 1993 at 7:29pm GMT, watched by 4.00 million viewers.

Small Worlds premiered on BBC Three in 2006 at 10:00pm GMT, watched by 1.26 million viewers.

What are the supernatural forces stalking the Cardiff suburbs - and what do they want with the seemingly normal Pierce family?

The Lost Boy: Part One premiered on CBBC in 2007 at 5:30pm GMT

Doctor Who Greatest Moments: Martha premiered on BBC Three in 2009 at 7:46pm GMT, watched by 0.24 million viewers.
A fresh look at the best bits of trainee doctor Martha Jones and her journey with the Doctor. David Tennant, Freema Agyeman and other key cast share their favourite Martha moments and give their thoughts on the highlights of travelling through time and space with the nation's favourite Time Lord. Narrated by Jo Whiley.

Mona Lisa's Revenge: Episode One premiered on BBC One in 2009 at 4:34pm GMT, watched by 1.12 million viewers.
Paul Magrs will be 52 - 16 credits, including Writer for The Peterloo Massacre(BF)

Paul Magrs is a writer and lecturer.

He was born in Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, England.

He has written several stories and audio plays based on Doctor Who

Carmen Munroe will be 89 - credited as Fariah in The Enemy of the World

Carmen Munroe OBE is a British actress, born in BerbiceGuyana

Since the early 1950s she has been a resident of the UK. She made her West End stage debut in 1962 and has since played an instrumental role in the development of black British theatre and representation on small screen. She has had high-profile roles on television in The Fosters (1976�77), Mixed Blessings (1978�80), both on ITV, and on stage in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the SunAlice Childress's Trouble in Mind and James Baldwin's The Amen Corner.

She is however best known for her role as Shirley, the wife of eponymous barber Desmond Ambrose, played by Norman Beaton, in the British TV sitcom Desmond's (1989 to 1994), written byTrix Worrell.

Some of her other roles include a part in the 1967 Doctor Who story The Enemy of the World; a part in General Hospital; and she was for a time a presenter of Play School.

She is one of the founders of Talawa, the UK's leading black theatre company, which she established in 1985 together with Mona Hammond, Inigo Espegel and Yvonne Brewster.

In 2005/06 she acted in a series of three African American plays at the Tricycle TheatreKilburn. The plays were Walk Hard written by Abram Hill and directed by Nicholas Kent, followed by Gem of the Ocean, written by August Wilsonand directed by Paulette Randall, where Munroe acted in the role of Aunt Esther Tyler, and finally Lynn Nottage's Fabulation, directed by Indhu Rubasingham. Most recently, she acted in Allister Bain's play Catalysta, directed by Robert Icke, receiving rave reviews for her performance as Eartha.

John Cross (died 1995 aged 92) would be 119 - credited as Council Member in The Dominators

Actor who appeared in the 1968 story The Dominators