narration by Marty Robinson except where noted

77. The Claws of Axos, 1-4 (09/25/1976)
Intro: Movie Eleven. Every Saturday night at 7 the subscribers of Channel 11 bring you a fine feature, presented with just one intermission. Tonight, Doctor Who in "The Claws of Axos." We'll bring you a brief news summary at 7:50. And now here is the first part of Doctor Who. [narration by Don Ferris]

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78. Terror of the Autons, pt. 1 (03/07/1977)
Intro: This is Festival '77, only on 11, WTTW, Chicago.

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80. Terror of the Autons, pt. 3 (03/09/1977)
Intro: This is Festival '77, only on 11, WTTW, Chicago.

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233. The Hand of Fear, pt. 4 (09/25/1980)
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Outro: In Monday night's adventure Doctor Who finds himself framed for the planned assassination of the Time Lords. Join us Monday night at 10 for part one of "The Deadly Assassin." Stay tuned now for a drama in which a troubled Vietnam veteran works out anger and frustration towards his family and society when he joins a street theater. [narration by Don Ferris]

299. The Power of Kroll (09/20/1981)
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Outro: In the next episode, the final stage of their search for the segments of key to time takes The Doctor and Romana to site of a full scale, interplanetary nuclear war. Don’t miss this explosive entertainment next Sunday night at 11.

300. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 1 (09/27/1981)
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Outro: Will The Doctor and Romana be able to complete their search for the segements of the key to time? Find out next Sunday night at 11.

301. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 2 (10/04/1981)
Intro: This is WTTW, Channel 11, Chicago.

Outro: Doctor Who's next adventure in space and time will take him to a desolate planet, home of his oldest and deadliest enemy, The Daleks. Join us next Sunday night at 11. And The Good Doctor has asked us to remind you that if you enjoy some science fact to go along with your space fantasy, join us every Tuesday at 7 for Cosmos with Carl Sagan, the astronomer who makes billions of years ago seem like yesterday.

302. Destiny of the Daleks (10/11/1981)
Intro: This is WTTW, the Chicago television home of that intrepid Time Lord, Doctor Who. Tonight, The Good Doctor will encounter his oldest and deadliest enemy, The Taleks [sic]. And by the way, if you think The Doctor's assistant Romana looks a little bit different tonight, don't worry. You don't need to have your eyes checked. A new actress, Lalla Ward, has taken the place of Mary Tamm, who got trapped in a mysterious time warp while they were doing some location filming on the planet Atrios. That's showbiz. [narration by Joan Kohn]

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357. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (10/23/1982)
Intro: This is WTTW, Chicago with an intergalactic special report: War continues between the Thals and the Kaleds and observers hold little hope for the prospects of peace on Skaro. Is there no one capable of overthrowing the great Kaled scientist Davros?

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359. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 2 (10/30/1982)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Sarah and Harry return to the ark in space and find that the TARDIS has drifted a few thousand years in time. Plague is raging through the space station which is manned by only a handful of frightened survivors. Be with us next Saturday morning at 9 and learn the full horrible extent of the "Revenge of the Cybermen."

364. Underworld (11/14/1982)
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Outro: There are other means of transportation besides cars, trains, boats and planes, you know. There are transmitted wave beams, for example. And next Sunday night a force of invading Vardans, who prefer this mode of travel, will materialize on The Doctor's home planet, Gallifrey. You can bet that getting rid of these creatures will take more than shouting "Vardans go home."

369. The Android Invasion (12/04/1982)
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Outro: Whoites, sons of Gallifrey, disciples of Rassilon, lend me your nuclear-powered transducers. The presentation, twice each Earth week, of Doctor Who on Channel 11 is made possible by our subscribers. Are you one? To you who answered "yes," our congratulations for the understanding of the workings of the universe. To you who answered "no," look for a visit from a Dalek in the near future. Of course you can avoid that and assure the continuation of Doctor Who by subscribing. Call quickly before it's too late: 372-1200. 372-1200.

370. The Ribos Operation (12/05/1982)
Intro: The White Guardian of Time is going to give The Doctor an assignment of such difficulty that The Guardian will feel constrained to provide an extraordinary assistant. Thus we will meet tonight on WTTW, Chicago, a newly graduated female Time Lord with a name so long that only Marty Robinson could pronounce it. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, in search of the second segment of the key to time, The Doctor, Romana and K-9 set their course for the planet Calufrax. But when they arrive where Calufrax should be they find instead the planet Zanak, which brings to mind the old Gallifreyan saying, "when Calufrax is Zanak, check your TARDIS."

374. The Stones of Blood (12/19/1982)
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Outro: If you thought Romana got in big trouble this time, wait until next week when Doctor Who sends her to the planet Tara. What would you do if you were imprisoned in a castle and about to be dismantled as an android? A Time Lord's life can be a tricky one, and it'll take a lot of ingenuity and a lot of help from K-9 to prevent disaster, next Sunday at 11.

383. Destiny of the Daleks (01/23/1983)
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Outro: Next week, what begins as a holiday in Paris, develops into something more sinister when the Doctor and Romana meet and English detective. Then they will travel to another time and another place, the "City of Death," next Sunday night at 11.

393. The Leisure Hive (02/27/1983)
Intro: Ponce de León never found the fountain of youth in Florida so he got old like the rest of us. But the recreation generator in the leisure hive on the planet Argolis could be altered to provide the same effect. Now, of course, one would have to be very careful as to which way and how far to go, which The Doctor and friends are about to find out, as are you, through the good offices of WTTW, Chicago. [narration by Joan Kohn]

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395. Meglos (03/06/1983)
Intro: You may think the Gaztecs is money paid the government when purchasing petrol. In reality the Gaztecs is a group of space raiders led by General Grugger. And you may think Doctor Who is Doctor Who when he may be Meglos, who takes The Doctor's form because he's tired of being a cactus. And you make think this is WTTW, Chicago. On that count you're right. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana meet the starliners who are not a vocal group. They will also encounter the marsh creatures who are just what their name implies. And the young outlier named Adric who will decide to stick around for a while. Be with us next Sunday at 11 and be prepared to turn "Full Circle."

397. Full Circle (03/13/1983)
Intro: The marsh creatures, under cover of fog, are after the outliers. If you were an outlier on Alzarius, where would you hide? Well, you could try the TARDIS, if, against astronomical odds, it happened to be there. As long as the probability exists, no matter how infinitesimal, WTTW, Chicago will cover it. [unknown male announcer]

Outro: There is a terrible, sinister secret underlying next week's adventure, "State of Decay." But I won't tell you what it is. You'll just have to tune in next week and find out for yourself.

399. State of Decay (03/20/1983)
Intro: Aukon, Zargo, Habris, Adric, Tarak and Kalmar. The offensive line of the Chicago Bears? No. Six co-owners of the Middle European Restaurant? Wrong. All are essential elements in the mysterious challenge offered The Doctor and Romana here on WTTW, Chicago, tonight. "State of Decay." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS is hijacked by a fugitive, time-sensitive navigator from the becalm frontier. Through him, The Doctor, Romana and Adric will meet the robot warriors called The Gundams, after passing through "Warriors Gate," which, by design, is the title of the adventure. You can take part, electronically, next Sunday night at 11.

401. Warriors' Gate (03/27/1983)
Intro: K-9 is not only resourceful, he, or it, is tough. But even K-9 cannot stand up to the full force of the time winds. All is not lost, however, all that's needed are some spare parts. Lacking a handy local auto parts emporium, Romana checks out an old spaceship and finds more than she bargained for. If you keep your dial on WTTW, Chicago, you'll be spared missing a moment of "Warriors' Gate."

Outro: Next week, we'll journey with The Doctor and Adric to meet the keeper of Traken, the guardian of the bioelectronic source which forms the organizing power of the empire. A place famous for enjoying complete harmony which is achieved by observing the motto "Keep on Traken."

402. The Keeper of Traken (04/03/1983)
Intro: So benign is the atmosphere of Traken that it literally calcifies visiting evil creatures into statues. That's why it always places high on the intergalactic list of desirable place to live. It might, however, lose a few points tonight as the allotted millennium of the current keeper of Traken nears an end. Better stay tuned to WTTW, Chicago, before you decide to relocate.

Outro: Emotions will run high in the city of logic next week, and with good reason. The end of the universe appears to be at hand, and that isn't the only thing that appears to have run out the string, providing of course if the universe prevails. What or who is it? Join us next Sunday night at 11 as The Doctor journeys to "Logopolis."

404. Castrovalva (04/24/1983)
Intro: Two weeks ago, those persons fortunate or perspicacious enough to have been watching WTTW, Chicago, saw one of the rarest of universal occurrences: the transmutation, or regeneration, of a Time Lord. Tonight we will have the opportunity to witness the epocacy and the sartorial taste of the latest gift from Gallifrey as we witness the beginning of a new Who crew in "Castrovalva."

Outro: The latest Doctor has, as we have seen, has initiated his tenure auspiciously. But a Time Lord's time is long in Earth years and each week brings a new challenge of astronomic dimensions. A successful Time Lord must show sustaining power in each of his superior dimensions. We shall all observe with interest the next test: "Four to Doomsday," next Sunday night at 11.

406. Kinda (05/08/1983)
Intro: Tonight on a new planet, Tegan meets a strange humanoid who demands to experience the outside world through her body. That's an approach which would certainly get him tossed out of an Earth singles bar. Meanwhile, The Doctor and Adric are captured by a band of alien explorers which includes a fellow named Hindel who doesn't have both oars in the water. See it all right here on WTTW Chicago as we bring you "Kinda."

Outro: Next week, our time travelers land in 17th century England and find the plague rampant. And if that isn't excitement enough, they will also find a race of alien monsters. Join us next Sunday at 11 for "The Visitation."

407. The Visitation (05/15/1983)
Intro: The Doctor and friends will be in double jeopardy tonight, first from perhaps the most horrific malaise ever visited upon mankind: the plague. And second, from a horrendous race of alien monsters which are too awful to be described. How will our friends manage this dilemma? With just a touch of panic, a modicum of concern, a smidgeon of ingenuity, and an ample amount of aplomb as we will see anon, right here on WTTW, Chicago.

Outro: [Of] all the places in the universe, where do you suppose The Doctor and Nyssa will travel next week? Wrong, they're going to stay right in old Blighty, but move up several centuries in time to 1925. When we have moved up one week in time, you'll be able to see "Black Orchid."

408. Black Orchid (05/22/1983)
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Outro: Who or what has ruthlessly slaughtered a group of 25th century paleontologists in an underground cave? Lt. Scott and the security force trooper set out to find the answer, but this is a job for The Doctor. The tale will be told next Sunday night at 11. Be prepared for "Earthshock."

410. Time-Flight (06/05/1983)
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Outro: Stahlman's gas is named after Professor Stahlman. It has nothing to do with pedagogic flatulence, but is rather an energy source derived from deep within the bowels of the Earth. So deep in fact that it will take two weeks to tell the entire story. The pleasure of your company is requested next Sunday night at 11 when we venture into the "Inferno."

411. Inferno, pt. 1 (06/12/1983)
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Outro: Will the drill site blow up? And if it does, releasing primordial forces which will destroy the entire world, will The Doctor have time to repair his time machine and return to the first world before the same thing happens there? You have but one Earth week to contemplate both the profound cataclysm and the temporal paradox. Then we'll return with part two of "Inferno."

412. Inferno, pt. 2 (06/19/1983)
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Outro: All that glitters is not gold. And all golden alien humanoids are not as altruistic as they seem. So beware of Greeks, or in this case, Axons, bearing gifts. That advice will stand you in good stead next Sunday night when The Doctor and his friends face "The Claws of Axos."

413. The Claws of Axos (06/26/1983)
Intro: Never it is said look a gift horse in the mouth. Alas, that is what we gullible Earthlings are about to do when proffered a limitless supply of Axonite by the putatively friendly Axons. And what is Axonite? Well, Axonite is to energy as the Internal Revenue Service is to money. The enormity of the plot will first become elusive to The Doctor. But we must all face "The Claws of Axos."

Outro: A hundred years ago the cattlemen and the farmers went it over land rights. And five hundred years in the future, a similar drama will unfold on a distant planet as the colonists battle the minerologists for the same commodity: land. Fortunately, we needn't wait half a millennium to discover the outcome, merely half a fortnight. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 as The Doctor visits the "Colony in Space."

414. Colony in Space, pt. 1 (07/03/1983)
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Outro: Jo's captivity by the primitives will be longer than she anticipated: at least another week. When that period elapses, we will learn her fate, and The Doctor's and we will confront the doomsday machine. And that's not all. But, it's all I'll say for now. We do want you back, at 11:00 next Sunday night for part two of "Colony in Space."

415. Colony in Space, pt. 2 (07/10/1983)
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Outro: And so the colonists can now, according to the advice of Candide, make our gardens grow. In Candide, you recall that one of the afflictions suffered by the protagonist and his companions was a band of monkeys which chased them and bit them in unmentionable places. Next week, The Doctor and his companions will be chased by the Ogrons, gorilla-like creatures which are beastly enough in themselves, but their rulers are much worse. Who are they? The Daleks, and they'll have their day, next Sunday night at 11.

416. Day of the Daleks (07/17/1983)
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Outro: Name an ancient creature, once thought extinct, which lives in the sea. A coelacanth, you say? Close, but no cigar. This is an intelligent creature, and a very ill tempered one. Watch it and its numerous comrades do their thing next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor takes on "The Sea Devils."

417. The Sea Devils, pt. 1 (07/24/1983)
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Outro: You and I, confronted on three sides by guards, a minefield, and a Sea Devil, the fourth side by the ocean, might consider tallying our life insurance. But then neither you nor I are The Doctor, who, with Jo, will undoubtedly conceive an alternative course. How advocacious it is remains to be seen, but not for a week, when we bring you the conclusion of "The Sea Devils."

418. The Sea Devils, pt. 2 (07/31/1983)
Intro: As you may recall, The Doctor and Jo were in dire straits when last we observed. That notwithstanding, I am constrained to invoke the phrase popularized by entertainer Al Jolson when he said "you ain't seen nothin' yet." The Master and the Sea Devils will form an unholy alliance, the grim results of which cannot be imagined. Fortunately, we won't have to imagine. We'll be astonished observers of the conclusion of "The Sea Devils." [narration by Don Ferris]

Outro: And so The Master has escape to plague us all another day. One must admit that life would be less interesting without him. We will not be seeing him next week. Our heavy will be a mean spirited, sadistic fellow called The Marshall who delights in hunting the mutants of the planet Solos and other abominations, which will remain unrevealed until next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

419. The Mutants, pt. 1 (08/07/1983)
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Outro: What our friends could use is a Solonian version of the Rosetta Stone with which to translate the scrolls of the old ones. And they could also utilize something to repel The Marshall's imminent gas attack. Anybody have an antacid tablet? On second thought, perhaps you’d better save it. You'll need it yourself in the week that passes when as where(?) we return with the conclusion of "The Mutants."

420. The Mutants, pt. 2 (08/14/1983)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor will once again be pitted against his implacable enemy The Master. That renegade Time Lord has developed a machine which is capable of transmission of matter through interstitial time, or to use The Master's own acronym, TOM-TIT. Be sure to join us next Sunday night when we take time to watch another timeless Time Lord adventure, "The Time Monster."

421. The Time Monster, pt. 1 (08/21/1983)
Intro: Well, tonight we're going to kill some time. Actually, it is a fearsome monster called Kronos which is going to do the killing. Kronos eats time, and as such is properly termed a chronovore. But call it what we will, Kronos is a difficult chap to keep on a leash, even for The Master. Oh, didn't I mention that The Master will appear? He will. And would you believe the queen of Atlantis? I trust you will waste no time making time for "The Time Monster."

Outro: Well, The Master is nothing if not resourceful, and his resources are myriad. Next week, both The Master and The Doctor will utilize their respective TARDISes to travel to Atlantis where The Doctor will suffer the exquisite embrace of Kronos, which means he's in for quite a time. Join us next Sunday night at 11 for the conclusion of "The Time Monster."

422. The Time Monster, pt. 2 (08/28/1983)
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Outro: As true followers of Doctor Who are well aware, the first two incarnations of the Time Lord have never been seen in this country. That will be remedied next week when we bring you the three Doctors, William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee, and their encounter with Omega, another Time Lord who has been trapped behind a black hole in a universe of antimatter for thousands of years, and is he mad. Be sure to be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Three Doctors."

423. The Three Doctors (09/04/1983)
Intro: The energy of the Time Lords is being drained by a black hole and The Doctor is not able to stop it. To assist him come his first two incarnations. This not only gives The Doctor a chance to overcome the unseen nemesis, but gives you a chance to meet the original generation and the first regeneration of The Doctor. Prepare yourself then for a rendezvous with "The Three Doctors."

Outro: Now that he is free to travel in time and space again, The Doctor will, next week, promise Jo a trip to Metebelis Three, the famous blue planet of the Acteon group. But the best laid plans of mice and men, and Time Lords, gang aft agley. The Doctor materializes the TARDIS on a cargo ship crossing the Indian Ocean in 1926, or so it seems. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Carnival of Monsters."

424. Carnival of Monsters (09/11/1983)
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Outro: Giant green maggots are a repulsive enough idea in themselves, but when their mere touch proves fatal, their repellence quickly escalates to horrifying fearsomeness. Such is the nature of only one of the problems The Doctor will face next week when he encounters "The Green Death."

425. The Green Death, pt. 1 (09/18/1983)
Intro: Wales has many delights. It has lovely, rolling green hills. It has singing societies in great profusion and a language of great charm which is both incomprehensible and unpronounceable to those not born to it. Alas, now there is something to add to the above list: something horrible and deadly, something that can only be stopped by a Time Lord if he is fortunate. That something is "The Green Death."

Outro: The full impact of the green death is too horrible for Earth minds to comprehend in the space of one night. Therefore, before our psyches are damaged by continued exposure, we end tonight's presentation. It will be continued next Sunday night at 11 when we are sufficiently recovered from the terrors of this evening. And now to help you forget the way-out horrors of space, we present the way-out humor of The Two Ronnies, coming up next.

426. The Green Death, pt. 2 (09/25/1983)
Intro: Green is a lovely color: the color of grass and trees and shamrocks and emeralds. But sometimes, to some people, mainly kids, green is not so hot: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and spinach. Then there is the horrible green, the deadly green, which The Doctor was trying to destroy when we parted company last week: the green of maggots and slime. Compared to that, Brussels sprouts are OK. But, unless The Doctor is successful, Brussels sprouts won't matter. Let us see now how he fares. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: And so we bid farewell to Jo Grant who is now Jo Jones. Next week, we'll welcome Sarah Jane Smith who will stick around for a while, and Linx, Irongron, and Bloodaxe, among others, who will not. Even were I not to urge you, I feel confident you'll be here next Sunday night at 11 to meet "The Time Warrior." For now let us seek amusement while we may with The Two Ronnies, coming up next.

427. The Time Warrior (10/02/1983)
Intro: When Voltaire wrote "every man is the creature of the age in which he lives," he didn't know about The Time Lords of Gallifrey. But they knew about him, and probably got a good chuckle out of what is still perceived by most Earthlings to be profound truth. We, however, are among the cognoscenti. We will not bat an eye in discovering that a Sontaran captain has landed in medieval England and has made a deal with a nasty robber chief named Irongron. We might raise an eyebrow, though, realizing this is the first appearance of Sarah Jane Smith and the first time the name of Time Lord's home planet has been mentioned. Much more will certainly transpire before we've seen the last of "The Time Warrior."

Outro: Next week, a plague. Nothing so minor as the bubonic plague. This one has attacked all creatures in the galaxy. And guess who's behind it. Can you say "exterminate"? There is an antidote, unfortunately it is to be found only on a planet which is inhabited by a savagely hostile and degenerate race. And who is the individual charged with getting it and saving humanity? Can you say "TARDIS"? Then be with us next Sunday at 9 [sic] for "Death to the Daleks."

428. Death to the Daleks (10/09/1983)
Intro: Suppose you were told that your TARDIS is in Exxilon. Would you find a new astrologist? Of course not, you would be Doctor Who, looking for the antidote to a plague that will, unstopped, kill every living thing in the galaxy. And even if you were to find the antidote, you would also find in your path a savagely hostile and degenerate race, and The Daleks. Well, The Doctor is not alone. He does have his helpers: Sarah and a friendly mutant. And who knows? That just may be enough to bring "Death to the Daleks."

Outro: It has been fifty years since The Doctor has visited Peladon and, wouldn't you know it, the spirit of the sacred monster Aggedor is again spreading terror and death throughout the planet. And that isn't the worst of it: the trisilicate mines are occupied by the Ice Warriors. Join us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Monster of Peladon." Perhaps by then The Doctor will have figured out a course of action.

429. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 1 (10/16/1983)
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Outro: As the more astute among you will have guessed by now, the difficulties with the monster, the Ice Warriors, Galaxy 5, et. al, have not been entirely resolved at this time, which means, obviously, a wait of one Earth week for the dénouement. In terms of stellar time that is less than a millionth of a blink of an eye. Unfortunately for Earthlings it will still seem like a week. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the conclusion of "The Monster of Peladon."

430. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 2 (10/23/1983)
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Outro: Miss Muffet was frightened by a spider. I wonder how the poor dear would react to a giant spider. And how might she respond to an entire planet crawling with spiders? How would you respond? Test yourself: Join us next Sunday night at 11 for part one of "Planet of the Spiders."

431. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 1 (10/30/1983)
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Outro: I trust you'll join us for the exciting conclusion of this adventure next week. In fact, I'm sure you will, for it will provide an opportunity to observe one the rarest of universal phenomena: the regeneration of a Time Lord. We'll return next Sunday night at 11 for the conclusion of "Planet of the Spiders."

432. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 2 (11/06/1983)
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Outro: If Cho-je had not been present to hasten the regeneration process, this would have been our final Doctor Who program. Fortunately for all concerned, save future tyrants, villains and wrong-doers of every stripe, that will not be the case. And the Time Lord, in his present form, will continue. He will be tested almost before he can acclimatize himself next week, as a group of unscrupulous scientists seek to blackmail the world with their indestructible "Robot."

433. Robot (11/13/1983)
Intro: Take one robot, render it impregnable, and add one batch of unscrupulous scientists, and a large plot to blackmail the world. Season with a Time Lord and his loyal assistant. Add a bit of brigadier and a pinch of naval doctor. Stir well for two hours. The result: who knows, or I should say, Who knows?

Outro: When, centuries hence, the Earth's destruction is assured by solar flares, a cross-section of the population will be chosen to be deep frozen and sent into space. At the predetermined time they will be reawakened if nothing untoward obtains. Rest assured, something will, which is why, one week from tonight, The Doctor and Sarah will journey to "The Ark in Space."

434. The Ark in Space (11/20/1983)
Intro: If you've ever overslept because your alarm didn't go off, you'll sympathize with the Earthlings on "The Ark in Space." They have overslept for many years, but it really hasn't been their fault. No, the problem is a bug in their wakeup system. A very large bug. Many very large bugs.

Outro: Well, now that the Wirrn are no longer a problem, our suddenly sentient space somnambulists can return to Earth. That is, if the transmat system works. Guess what? Can't guess? Then be with us next Sunday evening at 11 when The Doctor, Harry and Sarah go down to a putatively deserted Earth to discover the problem and find that they are not alone.

438. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (12/04/1983)
Intro: The paradox of time travel is: if you travel from the present to the past in order to change the future, how could the present have been what it was in the first place? Obviously, the exquisite niceties of this problem are beyond the cerebration of those of us who are not Time Lords. But, Not to worry, how to travel in time is beyond our cantu(?). Oh well, at least we can watch part one of the "Genesis of the Daleks." [narration by Joan Kohn]

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439. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 2 (12/11/1983)
Intro: When we left The Doctor the outcome of one of the most important missions of his regenerations was in severe doubt: Davros is an unrelenting enemy and a genius of powers, unimagined by the likes of we mere humans. If future generations of multifarious lifeforms are fortunate, The Doctor will have something up his capacious sleeves. Let us hope so as we move relentlessly toward the conclusion of the "Genesis of the Daleks." [narration by Don Ferris]

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440. Revenge of the Cybermen (12/18/1983)
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Outro: Is there really a Loch Ness monster? There are many, and they are called Zygons. Their petulant behavior has caused consternation among the major petroleum companies and among The Doctor, Sarah Jane and Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and together we will face the "Terror of the Zygons."

441. Terror of the Zygons (12/25/1983)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Sarah will head back to London from Loch Ness. But fate has a much longer journey planned for the TARDIS: all the way to Zeta-Minor, a planet on the outermost edge of the known universe. What will they find there? That is a matter, or should I say anti-matter, to be discovered next Sunday night at 11 on the "Planet of Evil."

443. Pyramids of Mars (01/08/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Sarah will be so distressed at how conditions have changed at the charming little village of Devesham, they will be absolutely beside themselves ... and in front and in back as well. If you're not here next Sunday night at 11 you'll miss "The Android Invasion."

444. The Android Invasion (01/15/1984)
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Outro: We have all heard the expression "brainless idiot." But few of us, I wager, have heard the phrase "bodyless genius." That is the appellation that applies to Morbius, or more correctly, "bodyless evil genius." The quondam Time Lord's grey matter repines in a bowlful of the elixir of life. Journey with us to the planet Karn next Sunday night at 11 and view for yourself "The Brain of Morbius."

445. The Brain of Morbius (01/22/1984)
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Outro: As children we were all encouraged to eat our vegetables. Would you believe that somewhere on Earth there are vegetables which are encouraged to eat their people? No? Then join us next Sunday night at 11 and be disabused by "The Seeds of Doom."

446. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 1 (01/29/1984)
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Outro: What would Oliver Hardy have said to Harrison Chase? All together now: "Well, this is another fine mess you've gotten us into." Perhaps The Doctor will be able to get us out of it next week with the help of Sarah, UNIT and the World Ecology Bureau. After all, even a Time Lord has his limitations. Please return for the denouement of "The Seeds of Doom," next Sunday night at 11.

447. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 2 (02/05/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor journeys to another exotic locale: Italy, on the planet Earth, during the Renaissance. And during the course of the adventure The Doctor will make us privy to some of the secrets of the TARDIS and "The Masque of Mandragora."

448. The Masque of Mandragora (02/12/1984)
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Outro: Next week, Sarah will be at hand for a rock clearing explosion and will find a hand which she thinks is handy and which will not unhand her till she has handed it what it wants. How underhanded. Hand over two hours of your time next Sunday night at 11 and we'll hand you "The Hand of Fear."

449. The Hand of Fear (02/19/1984)
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Outro: How sad to see Sarah go. But what else is one to do having become bored with space travel? Rest assured The Doctor will have his hands full next week trying to unravel a diabolical plot, that's the only kind we ever have, by The Master. He is in his twelfth regeneration and that's about the time a Time Lord starts drawing Social Security benefits. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Deadly Assassin."

450. The Deadly Assassin (02/26/1984)
Intro: A Time Lord is allowed twelve regenerations, which seems eminently fair to us Earthlings who count ourselves lucky to reach our Biblically allotted three score and ten. But the cupidity of some beings is beyond measure and The Master has a plan to try for thirteen, which could prove unlucky for The Doctor. We journey now to the Time Lords' home planet of Gallifrey and a rendezvous with "The Deadly Assassin."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor journeys to a strange planet for he meets a young woman of quick temper and few manners. Her name is Leela and she carries a crossbow and a knife which might be sufficient armament for self defense of Earth, but less than adequate when confronting "The Face of Evil." Be with us next Sunday night at 11.

454. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 2 (03/25/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Leela will look into the mystery of the light that failed, the lighthouse at Fang Rock. It wasn't shot out by a kid with a BB gun. No, something more sophisticated than that: the minion of an alien battle fleet in deep space, intent on using the Earth as a battleground. Join us next Sunday night at 11 and witness "The Horror of Fang Rock."

455. Horror of Fang Rock (04/01/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor meets K-9. And a few other things occur along the way. For one, The Doctor and Leela are cloned, miniaturized, and injected into The Doctor's spinal column. If that kind of mundane adventure interests you, join us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Invisible Enemy."

456. The Invisible Enemy (04/08/1984)
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Outro: When you tune in next Sunday night at 11, you will see strange events, unusual objects, people in bizarre costumes saying strange things, and what appears to be general chaos. But The Doctor will not appear, at least to our knowledge-- he never has before on the Channel 11 auction. But he will return two weeks from tonight to try and solve the strange secret of the "Image of the Fendahl."

457. Image of the Fendahl (04/22/1984)
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Outro: If you are one of those who complains about the high cost of your utilities, tune in next week and meet a really rapacious power producer. You will thank your lucky stars you aren't doing business with "The Sun Makers."

458. The Sun Makers (04/29/1984)
Intro: We are lately being warned that too much sun is dangerous to our health. But millions of years hence, when one speaks of the sun, it will not be a reference to the third class star which powers our solar system, but to The Sun Company, an alien-controlled business operation which is subjugating other races through the misuse of commercial power. The Doctor and Leela will need much more than Pabba(?) 15 sunscreen as confront "The Sun Makers."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Leela journey to the edge of creation in search of a missing spacecraft from a planet that exploded one hundred millennia ago. Against all odds they will find it, and a host of surprises in "Underworld."

459. Underworld (05/06/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor returns to his home planet of Gallifrey to be inducted as president of the Time Lords and to be connected to The Matrix, the sum total of all Time Lord knowledge and experience. Tune in. You may learn something yourself as you experience "The Invasion of Time."

460. The Invasion of Time, pt. 1 (05/13/1984)
Intro: Though he has never been involved in a League of Women Voters debate, and has never run in a primary election, The Doctor is headed home for Gallifrey to be installed as president. Since the Time Lords are far more than we, perhaps we should find a new system. Right now, let's take a closer look at their system in "Invasion of Time."

Outro: The secret of time is known only to the Time Lords, but for how long? Some surprises and an answer next week when we continue our involvement with "Invasion of Time." [unknown male announcer]

461. The Invasion of Time, pt. 2 (05/20/1984)
Intro: We have waited a time, marking time, to resume "Invasion of Time." But the time has come to see if the secret of time will untimely go to those whose time has been misspent seeking it. But, time is of the essence. If we are to be on time, my time must be up. Synchronize your timepieces, the time is now.

Outro: Though "Invasion of Time" has ended, we are not yet finished with Kronos. Next week, The White Guardian of Time charges The Doctor with the task of finding the six elements of the Key to Time. This time, The Doctor will find help in the form of Romanadvoratrelundar and he will need it as they tackle "The Ribos Operation," next Sunday night at 11.

462. The Ribos Operation (05/27/1984)
Intro: Tonight begins the greatest treasure hunt in the history of the universe as The Doctor and K-9 embark on a quest to find the segments of the key to time. They are not only well hidden and light years apart, but so well guarded as to pose a dire threat to even a Time Lord with the acumen and resourcefulness of The Doctor. The greatest journey, the Chinese say, begins with the first step. We take that perilous step tonight in "The Ribos Operation."

Outro: "All that glisters is not gold" quoted The Bard, which is another way of saying "Thing's ain't always what they seem to be." The Doctor and Romana will find that to be true, much to their consternation as the search for the second part of The Key to Time leads them to "The Pirate Planet," next Sunday night at 11.

463. The Stones of Blood (06/03/1984)
Intro: The Doctor and Romana continue the greatest treasure hunt in history with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance. Tonight they seek the second segment of the key to time and travel to the planet on which they hope to find it. Alas, a minor contretemps awaits: they cannot find the planet. They will, however, discover the entity which gives tonight's program its appellation: "The Pirate Planet."

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464. The Pirate Planet (06/10/1984)
Intro: The time is out of joint, the heavens untuned, and undoubtedly The Black Guardian is the culprit, for even your announcer was caught unawares. And the third key to time was procured by The Doctor before the second. That will be remedied this night in a belated journey to "The Pirate Planet."

Outro: The second key now obtained, following the third's acquisition last week, next week's goal is the fourth. And Whoites, who accept chronological dislocations with equanimity, will adapt with the easy grace that is the hallmark of the cognoscenti. So join us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor decides to take a rest and allow Romana to find the fourth key on her own as she journeys to the pleasant and peaceful planet of Tara.

465. The Androids of Tara (06/17/1984)
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Outro: Leviathan. Behemoth. Blutoll(?). All monsters. Awesome, powerful creatures. But there are monsters and there are monsters. And next week, you will meet a monster next to whom King Kong would be as a gnat. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and witness "The Power of Kroll."

466. The Power of Kroll (06/24/1984)
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Outro: Next week, the quest for the final segment of The Key to Time begins. Success may depend on how critically The Doctor considers "The Armageddon Factor." We'll look for you next Sunday night at 11.

467. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 1 (07/01/1984)
Intro: The Bible tells us that Armageddon is where good and evil shall meet in the ultimate battle. If and when that final conflict occurs, it will undoubtedly be continuous. We have no such compunction concerning the continuity of our Doctor Who adventures. If we feel the length of the presentation might intrude on your beauty sleep, thus rendering you less than fit to face the new day Monday morning, we act firmly in your interest. Thus tonight, "The Armageddon Factor," part 1.

Outro: Will The Doctor be able to avert the ultimate catastrophe? Perhaps, with a little help from his friends. But to be on the safe side we urge your appearance at this location next Sunday night at 11. Perhaps your moral support will help when, together, we face part two of "The Armageddon Factor."

468. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 2 (07/08/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana, who will appear to have metamorphosised, will encounter an old nemesis: the conscienceless, mean-spirited fulminating race known as the Daleks. One knows they are up to no good, but one will have to tune next Sunday at 11 to determine what will be the "Destiny of the Daleks."

469. Destiny of the Daleks (07/15/1984)
Intro: "The quality of mercy is not strain'd. It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven." At least according to Portia. The quality of Dalek mercy would drop as an anvil. They don't know the meaning of the word. Their mission in life is to exterminate and conquer. They have, however, been having some difficulty with the Movellans, which will soon involve the Doctor. Shall we observe?

Outro: We've all heard of the City by the Bay, the City in a Garden, the City of Angels, The Eternal City, the City of Light. All lovely and descriptive appellations. Next week, The Doctor and Romana will leave for a holiday in the City of Light, but will find instead "The City of Death."

470. City of Death (07/22/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana will, as is their want, respond to a distress signal and land on the planet of Chloris where they will meet the Lady Adrasta, and "The Creature from the Pit." If his name were Leachman, he would be the Chloris Leachman. But he shall be nameless at least until next Sunday night at 11.

471. The Creature from the Pit (07/29/1984)
Intro: When The Sons of the Pioneers sang "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" they never in their wildest dreams could have imagined the tumbleweeds that roll around the planet Cloris, and they certainly wouldn't have sung a song about them unless it were "The Big Bad Wolf." We will soon learn why as we leave for the planet Cloris and "The Creature from the Pit."

Outro: While no one would deny the enormity of the problem of drug addiction on the Earth, it could be worse. Fortunately we are not afflicted by the most dangerous drug in the universe: zip. But many other universal beings are and The Doctor, Romana and K-9 will find themselves involved with the purveyors of said drug next week when they uncover the "Nightmare of Eden."

472. Nightmare of Eden (08/05/1984)
Intro: The jungle monsters called Mandrels are made of mud. Isn't that a disgusting notion? On second thought, we are the stuff of dust. Is the only difference between us and them a bit of moisture? No, there is more as we shall learn to our dismay in "Nightmare of Eden."

Outro: A knowledge of Greek mythology and facility with anagrams will add to your enjoyment of next week's adventure. But then you also perceive many things never imagined by Homer or Virgil or the ancients who preceded them when we enter the labyrinthine maze which leads to "The Horns of Nimon."

473. The Horns of Nimon (08/12/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana head for Brighton Beach and a well deserved vacation. That would seem a delightful prospect to most. But if one is used to dashing all over the universe, and back and forward through eons of time, one might find it a bit tedious. Find out if that might be the case. Join us next week for "The Leisure Hive."

474. The Leisure Hive (08/19/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor will be challenged by a peripatetic cactus and be threatened by the ritual rock, not to mention the Gastecs. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and meet the last survivor of Zolfa-Thura, the inimitable "Meglos." [narration by Don Ferris]

475. Meglos (08/26/1984)
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Outro: Next week, a story almost as complicated as an opera plot, and the first encounter with Adric the outlier who will decide to hang around for a while. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the start of the adventure which will take us "Full Circle." [narration by Don Ferris]

476. Full Circle (09/02/1984)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana will try to remain sanguid in the company of King Zargo and Queen Camilla and their sangfroid will be tested when they learn the secret of the royal pair and the counselor Aukon. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 if you dare and witness "State of Decay."

477. State of Decay (09/09/1984)
Intro: You have heard, undoubtedly, of the R factor, the T top, the Q rating, and the G spot. But, have you heard of E Space? The Doctor and Romana have and are isolated in it right now, and that is only the first of the multifarious contretemps they will experience in "State of Decay." [unknown female announcer]

Outro: Next week, K-9 runs afoul of the time winds, which is even worse than [inaudible, possibly "distemper"]. And somewhat predictable bad stuff will equip The Doctor and Romana as well, but they will get in their licks, too. And they will meet those robot guardians The Gundans at "Warriors' Gate," next Sunday night at 11.

478. Warriors' Gate (09/16/1984)
Intro: If someone wanted to get to a place that could only be gotten to in the TARDIS, what would he do? He could offer to rent it and give The Doctor his Rolls Royce Silver Shadow as a loaner, or he could offer his new edition of Trivial Pursuit, or he could take more direct action. Whatever the course, it will lead ultimately to "Warriors' Gate."

Outro: In the United States we limit our president's term to eight years. The Keeper of Traken has a thousand. How fortunate are the inhabitants of Traken that there's a millennium between political campaigns. But there are other problems on Traken as we will discover next Sunday night at 11.

479. The Keeper of Traken (09/23/1984)
Intro: In the harmonious world of Traken, any visting evil creature is literally turned to stone which certainly solves the problem of law and order. But chaos is imminent and The Doctor's help is needed. Let us fervently hope he will inspire the inhabitants to keep on Traken.

Outro: Next week, the onset of an occurrence which would make armageddon seem like a tea dance. Be a watcher next Sunday night and you may see The Watcher when we journey to "Logopolis."

480. Logopolis (09/30/1984)
Intro: Meet Tegan on her way to her first flight as a stewardess, and about to embark on a flight the likes of which she could not even imagine, and be present at an event which she will not comprehend. More I cannot reveal. The journey to "Logopolis" is about to begin. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: The Doctor's former body has now regenerated into that of a blond, younger man. But is his mind right? And will The Master take advantage of this opportunity to destroy his enemy once and for all? No and yes. All that is certain now is that you will be privy to adventure and perhaps even to Event One when you join us next Sunday night at 11 for "Castrovalva."

481. Castrovalva (10/07/1984)
Intro: Life is not easy even for a seven hundred year old Time Lord and at times of great stress, which is to say regeneration, he repairs to his sanctum sanctorum, the zero room, a part of the TARDIS which we were never privileged to see before tonight's adventure, "Castrovalva." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS will intercept a giant, alien spaceship, manned by a [inaudible, possibly "stained"] green race called Urbankans. Their mission is as much a mystery as the title of next week's adventure: "Four or Doomsday." [sic] [narration by Don Ferris in a bathtub]

483. Kinda (10/21/1984)
Intro: How often does one get a chance to explore a new planet? If you're tuned to 11 each Sunday at 11, the answer is "virtually every week." Of course you must do it by proxy, but that's not all bad. When things get tough, you can duck out by pushing a button. For that matter, so can The Doctor, if he's on the TARDIS at the moment which will not be the case tonight as he and his companions encounter the beings known as "Kinda."

Outro: Next week, in 17th century England, The Doctor and friends are plagued by ... the plague. And if that isn't enough, well, I'll say no more. Join us next Sunday night at 11 and prepare for "The Visitation."

484. The Visitation (10/28/1984)
Intro: Tonight's adventure might be characterized as Henry VIII with monsters as The Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa guide the TARDIS to 17th century England and find that era is not immune to danger from another planet. You might say that "The Visitation" is the worst of both worlds. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: The Doctor and his comrades had such a splendid time in England that they will be loathe to leave. Next week, the only traveling the TARDIS will do is through time, moving ahead to the England of 1925, where, among other delights, they will attend a fancy dress ball. Doesn't that sound smashing? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and discover the "Black Orchid."

485. Black Orchid (11/04/1984)
Intro: Everyone, it is said, has a double, or has had one in somewhere in time. Nyssa will discover the accuracy of that statement and The Doctor will get to cavort in a clown suit for a while. But, as you have no doubt inferred, all will not be fun and games in discovering the secret of the "Black Orchid." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, we travel to the 25th century when Buck Rogers flourished. The Doctor and friends will not encounter old Buck. They will, however, come across some old acquaintances. If you're curious, be with us next Sunday at 11 and experience "Earthshock."

486. Earthshock (11/11/1984)
Intro: There can be no doubt about the fact that the Doctor Who broadcasts constitute a genuine public service by providing invaluable, practical information such as the fact that there will be a 25th century. Surely that knowledge makes it somehow easier to go to work tomorrow. Tonight's adventure is set in that particular century, and, although it will not reveal to us which political parties will be in control of the House or Senate at that time, it will depict the results of an attack on a group of scientists while studying fossils in a cave. Relax as we bring you the latest in our series of alternatives to reality entitled "Earthshock." [narration by Joan Kohn]

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501. Inferno, pt. 1 (01/20/1985)
Intro: The Doctor will soon find that the Wizard of Ooze, Professor Stahlman, has undergone a distinct change of personality, or shall I say an intensification of his already rotten one? It will be interesting to see which being prevails. One might say it would make a world of difference.

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Jo will meet the Axons, beautiful humanoids who resemble golden statues. Shakespeare tells us that all that glisters is not gold which is right on the money. You can bet your bottom dollar that we will see that they are shilling for their spaceship, and that, to be franc, he will not peso much attention to them as to the "Claws of Axos." [wrong tape played]

502. Inferno, pt. 2 (01/27/1985)
Intro: The Doctor will soon find that the Wizard of Ooze, Professor Stahlman, has undergone a distinct change of personality, or shall I say an intensification of his already rotten one? It will be interesting to see which being prevails. One might say it would make a world of difference. [same tape from last week]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Jo will meet the Axons, beautiful humanoids who resemble golden statues. Shakespeare tells us that all that glisters is not gold which is right on the money. You can bet your bottom dollar that we will see that they are shilling for their spaceship, and that, to be franc, he will not peso much attention to them as to the "Claws of Axos."

503. The Claws of Axos (02/03/1985)
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Outro: What are you going to do when the Earth is overpopulated by over a hundred billion people? The question of rhetorical for it will not happen in your time. But in 2471 the answer will need to be found. One band of desperate terrestrials will blast off to colonize a barren planet. How they fare will be documented next Sunday night at 11 as we accompany The Doctor and Jo to the "Colony in Space."

504. Colony in Space, pt. 1 (02/10/1985)
Intro: As the song goes, the cowman and the farmer should be friends. But how about the colonists and the mineralogists? Well, that is a stickier wicket and The Master's presence will do little mitigate the situation that obtains in the "Colony in Space."

Outro: The doomsday machine becomes the sinecure and with good reason, implicit in its name. Who will gain control? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "Colony in Space."

505. Colony in Space, pt. 2 (02/17/1985)
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Outro: It's been too long since we've had the pleasure of the company of The Doctor's most delightful adversaries. They're intelligent, suave, wonderful conversationalists, and possessed of great powers of reason. Also, a wonderful sense of humor. Who else could I be referring to but The Daleks? Be with us next Sunday at 11 for the "Day of the Daleks."

506. Day of the Daleks (02/24/1985)
Intro: When one travels back through time, one becomes part of the events leading forward to his or her starting point. So, if one changes history, one also alters the present. Now that we’re clear on that point, what happens when one travels forward in time? We shall soon know and we shall soon be reacquainted with The Doctor’s best known enemies.

Outro: Rip Van Winkle slept for twenty years and Washington Irving made a big deal of it. But The Sea Devils have been abed now for a million years and they’re about to hit the deck. I’ll bet they’re going to get up on the wrong side of the bed. Find out next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

507. The Sea Devils, pt. 1 (03/03/1985)
Intro: Smart as a fox. Wise as an owl. Nobody ever gives lizards any credit for intelligence. But they will, and soon.

Outro: Guards on one side, a mine field on a second, a Sea Devil on the third, and the ocean on the fourth. If a dilemma is a choice between two bad options, I would call the situation The Doctor and Jo are in a quadralemma. And by next week it may evolve into an octolemma. So join us next Sunday at 11 for the conclusion of "The Sea Devils" and find out just how many bad options The Doctor and Jo must choose from. [narration by Don Ferris]

512. The Time Monster, pt. 2 (03/20/1985)
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Outro: We would like all of you Doctor Who fans to know that tomorrow night's episode, "The Three Doctors," will be seen immediately following the 11:00 repeat broadcast of President Reagan's press conference. [narration by Don Ferris]

515. The Green Death, pt. 1 (03/31/1985)
Intro: Maggots and slime are two of the least savory topics one could think of, and most individuals who have asked to touch either usually respond "Ugh, I'd rather die." Tonight, The Doctor will encounter large examples of both disgusting subjects, rendered even more horrific by the fact that if one touches them, one will die.

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516. The Green Death, pt. 2 (04/07/1985)
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Outro: Next week, Jo Grant's replacement reports. We learn the name of the Time Lord's home. And, oh yes, we meet the being who gives its name to the program. That would make it eponymous, would it not?

517. The Time Warrior (04/14/1985)
Intro: Why does a Sontaran wear a big, funny-looking helmet? Because a Sontaran has a big, funny-looking head. On second thought, it's a big, nice-looking head. Since Lynx the Sontaran can reach forward in time to pluck a scientist he needs, he might just decide he needs an announcer. One can't be too careful, you know.

Outro: "Death to the Daleks." What a lovely thought. How to accomplish the fact is another matter. And if it can't be done, there'll be a great deal more life destroyed. Would you believe every creature in the galaxy? No? Then be with us next Sunday night at 11:00 and be disabused. [narration by Don Ferris]

518. Death to the Daleks (04/21/1985)
Intro: The Daleks are merciless, unfeeling, and rapacious. The Exxilons are savage, degenerate, and hostile. Not exactly the kind of folks you'd like to invite to a party, unless of course you're a profoundly masochistic bent. The trouble is, The Daleks and The Exxilons don't always wait for an invitation.

Outro: Meanwhile, on Peladon, the spirit of the sacred monster Aggedor is spreading terror and death. Let us fervently wish that the situation does not degenerate to the point it cannot be righted by The Doctor next Sunday night when he confronts "The Monster of Peladon."

519. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 1 (04/28/1985)
Intro: Having set things aright in Peladon 50 years ago, The Doctor finds that he must now return, for the spirit of the sacred monster Aggedor is again spreading terror and death. Alas, a Time Lord's work is never done. Thank Gallifrey for regenerations.

Outro: Federation Ambassador Alpha Centauri, Alfie to his friends, will do his best to help bring tranquility to Peladon. His reception, however, may be chilly. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the conclusion of "The Monster of Peladon."

520. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 2 (05/05/1985)
Intro: Among The Doctor's adversaries tonight is an Ice Warrior. No, I didn't say a nice warrior, I said an Ice Warrior. Actually, there are many of them and they are not nice at all. Will they and their allies prevail over The Doctor? That will be a cold day on Peladon.

Outro: The spiders of Metebilis Three want to appropriate the wedding present The Doctor gave to Jo Grant some weeks ago. Their effort will lead The Doctor once again to the "Planet of the Spiders," next Sunday night at 11.

521. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 1 (05/12/1985)
Intro: It is said that someday cockroaches may inherit the Earth. Lest you reject this surmise as fantastic, please consider what happened in time past, when a colonist ship brought humans and spiders to Metebilis 3. Conditions on that orb favored the latter. And it is known today as the "Planet of the Spiders."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor confronts The Great One with cataclysmic results for both combatants. A profound event, not to be missed, next Sunday night at 11, the conclusion of "Planet of the Spiders."

522. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 2 (05/19/1985)
Intro: Jackie Gleason has been called "the great one." So has Muhammad Ali. There may be contention for the title here on Earth, but on Metebelis Three, there is only one "the great one." It and The Doctor will clash this night with dire consequences as we move to the stunning conclusion of "Planet of the Spiders."

Outro: Next week, The Brigadier will turn the regenerated Doctor over to the naval position attached to UNIT. The Doctor will have to recover quickly if he is to be of any help to The Brigadier who will have his hands full with an impregnable, but very mixed up Robot.

523. Robot (05/26/1985)
Intro: A regeneration, the beginning of a new Time Lord epoch. And yet, as the French say, "Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose:" The more the change, the more it is the same thing. A great, Earth-shattering problem awaits, and it will become greater.

Outro: We have but scratched the surface of the science of cryogenics. Many years in the future it will be far better known, and used. But even with the benefit of greater knowledge things can go wrong, and will, on "The Ark in Space." Next Sunday night at 11.

524. The Ark in Space (06/02/1985)
Intro: After years spent as popsicles, the last survivors of Earth are approaching meltdown day when they are threatened by a band of out-sized picnic pests. Oh well, nobody ever said that life was fair. Join the Doctor and Sarah now as we journey to "The Ark in Space."

Outro: With the wicked, whopper wasps dispatched, nothing blocks the Earthlings' return to begin repopulating their planet, or so they believe. They will learn differently next Sunday night at 11 when we embark on "The Sontaran Experiment."

525. The Sontaran Experiment (06/09/1985)
Intro: The inhabitants of The Ark in Space are ready to return to planet Earth. But there is a problem with the transmat system and the 36-month warranty has expired. Nothing daunted, The Doctor, Harry and Sarah set out to put things aright. There will follow "The Sontaran Experiment."

Outro: Next week, the Time Lords send The Doctor to Skaro on one of the most important mission of his regeneration. He must try to prevent the birth of an horrendous race. Be with us next Sunday at 11 for the "Genesis of the Daleks."

526. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (06/16/1985)
Intro: The Doctor begins an odyssey to Skaro in an attempt to save future generations from the menace of that conscienciousless race whose single-minded purpose is unmatched in the universe, except by the Orkin man.

Outro: With the wicked, whopper wasps dispatched, nothing blocks the Earthlings' return to begin repopulating their planet, or so they believe. They will learn differently next Sunday night at 11 when we embark on 'The Sontaran Experiment.' [wrong tape played]

527. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 2 (06/23/1985)
Intro: If life were a gin game, Davros would be threatening The Doctor with a triple blitz. But as the great philosopher Yogi Berra once said, "It ain't over till it's over." In light of that profundity let us not, at this juncture, abandon hope as we embark upon the beginning of the end of the "Genesis of the Daleks."

Outro: Remember what gold did to King Midas? Well, gold is anathema to the Cybermen, and they want nothing more to destroy every scrap of it in the universe. Heavens, think what that would do to our teeth. Be with us next Sunday at 11 for the "Revenge of the Cybermen."

528. Revenge of the Cybermen (06/30/1985)
Intro: The Doctor, Sarah and Harry are about to return to "The Ark in Space" where they will find conditions less than ideal, and the worst is yet to come. I'm not sure about you, but I've always been suspicious of guys who wear big earmuffs when it's not cold out.

Outro: Who has been eating the North Sea oil rigs? That is a question that can be answered only by traveling to a land near the site of the deed. As daunting as that prospect may be, the Doctor will, nevertheless, journey to Scotland next Sunday night at 11.

529. Terror of the Zygons (07/07/1985)
Intro: The controversy over the existence of the Loch Ness Monster has raged for years. Tonight we will learn what really lies at the bottom the lake, and it is moot whether their number or their appearance will prove more surprising. A good dermatologist with an aqualung might be beneficial, but the Doctor will have to forego that luxury in his battle against the "Terror of the Zygons."

Outro: Next week, the Doctor and Sarah leave Loch Ness on their way to London. Circumstances will cause them to make a slight detour to a planet on the outermost edge of the known universe, "The Planet of Evil."

530. Planet of Evil (07/14/1985)
Intro: Say it four times rapidly: anti-matter monster, anti-matter monster, anti-matter [begins to mumble]. Not easy, is it? And it's even more difficult to deal with the nasty fellows. But that is the charge of The Doctor and Sarah as they travel to the outermost edge of the known universe to the "Planet of Evil."

Outro: Next week, the Doctor tries to prevent the delivery of a gift to all mankind: the gift of death. Be with us next Sunday night at 11, and prepare to penetrate the unspeakable mysteries of "The Pyramids of Mars."

531. Pyramids of Mars (07/21/1985)
Intro:

Outro: The Germans call it a doppelgänger, and there will be more than one to contend with next week when the Doctor and Sarah gird themselves for "The Android Invasion."

532. The Android Invasion (07/28/1985)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, we meet Morbius, a really brainy guy, and Professor Solon and his one-armed servant, Condo, who, when he had two arms, was known as Condominium. Join us next Sunday at 11 when Morbius sings, "I ain't got no body."

533. The Brain of Morbius (08/04/1985)
Intro: There was a bad fellow named Morbius, who, by law, was deprived of his corpse. Though it's hard to explain, he bottled his brain, giving fits to the genius Timelordius.

Outro: Next week, the Doctor and Sarah uncover the kind of vegetable you can't find in the Burpee catalog: you don't peel it, it peels you. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 as the Gallifreyan chef tries to cook "The Seeds of Doom."

534. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 1 (08/11/1985)
Intro: Have you ever heard of the eggplant that ate Chicago? Or the broccoli that ate Tulsa? Well, London will soon have its fill of "The Seeds of Doom." Or should that be the other way around?

Outro: Can the Doctor and his allies in UNIT and The World Ecology Bureau succeed in overcoming this menace? The Las Vegas line says "yes," but you won't know for sure till next Sunday night at the conclusion of "The Seeds of Doom." [narration by Don Ferris]

535. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 2 (08/18/1985)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS journeys to Renaissance Italy, to one of the most exciting periods in the history of mankind, and, unfortunately, the era of the Brethren of Demnos. Join us next Sunday evening for "The Masque of Mandragora." And remember that your subscription dollars help make the Doctor's exploits available to Channel 11 viewers. Call us now to subscribe at 372-1200.

536. The Masque of Mandragora (08/25/1985)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, an explosion uncovers a grizzly remnant of an earlier age whose motto is "let your fingers do the killing." Join us next Sunday night at 11 for a look at "The Hand of Fear." Right now you'd be wise to turn your hand to the business of assuring the continuation of the programs you like on 11. Use your fingers to reach 372-1200 with your subscription to Channel 11. 372-1200.

537. The Hand of Fear (09/01/1985)
Intro: The Doctor and Sarah return from Renaissance Italy just in time to be handy at a rock-clearing explosion. Trouble is soon at hand, and in lending a hand, Sarah soon finds herself at a handicap. How will the Doctor handle it? I won't hand you a line. All you must do is stay close at hand. [unknown male announcer] [Pertwee title card displayed by mistake]

Outro: Next week, the Doctor is called home to Gallifrey to run for president of the Time Lords and he doesn't even have a political action committee. But the Doctor will find more than a campaign waiting when he returns to the planet of his birth. He will also contend with a "Deadly Assassin," next Sunday night at 11. [unknown male announcer]

538. The Deadly Assassin (09/08/1985)
Intro: "You can't go home again" wrote Thomas Wolfe, and perhaps The Doctor should have heeded that advice. What Wolfe meant, of course, was "Things ain't what they used to be." And The Doctor, on his way to Gallifrey, will ruefully learn that truth. "The Deadly Assassin" is next.

Outro: Leela is a lovely looking bird. Trouble is, she carries a crossbow and a knife and is inclined to stab first and ask questions later. The Doctor befriends this attractive savage next week when he confronts "The Face of Evil."

539. The Face of Evil (09/15/1985)
Intro: Those familiar with the term deux ex machina will find a perfect representation in tonight's adventure. Those unfamiliar will just have to be patient as The Doctor confronts a familiar face: "The Face of Evil."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor manages to discourage Leela from thinking that every unusual occurrence is caused by magic, and she becomes civil enough to be retained as his new traveling companion. Watch the Time Lord's technique next Sunday at 11 when we meet "The Robots of Death."

540. The Robots of Death (09/22/1985)
Intro: The Doctor has finally convinced Leela to stop carrying her crossbow. Perhaps he was a bit premature: every little bit helps when one is dealing with a mad scientist, heading an army of automata. Naturally, he is bent on ruling the world with the help of his "Robots of Death."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Leela travel to another exotic landscape, Victorian London, where he'll meet some exotic fauna, a black scorpion, and a ten-foot rat. And there's more as you'll discover when you join us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Talons of Weng-Chiang."

541. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 1 (09/29/1985)
Intro: Everybody wants to play The Palace and the top act at London's Palace is a Chinese illusionist who is very good at what he does. The Doctor and Leela want to determine exactly what that is. They would be wise to be wary of a ventriloquist whose dummy is named Mr. Sin and of "The Talons of Weng-Chiang." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Can a warped, war criminal from the fifty-first century be the incarnation of an ancient Chinese god? One would be rash to conjecture. One would be better advised to return next Sunday evening at 11 for the inscrutable conclusion of "The Talons of Weng-Chiang." [narration by Joan Kohn]

542. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 2 (10/06/1985)
Intro: Tonight, in the Tong headquarters, The Doctor will battle for his life against Magnus Greel, who is regarded by his followers as the incarnation of an ancient Chinese god. We shall soon learn if he's the wrong Tong or the Greel thing in the conclusion of "The Talons of Weng-Chiang."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor intends to show Leela around Brighton, but when they emerge from the TARDIS, they find themselves dense fog in a barren landscape. In little time they will discover "The Horror of Fang Rock."

543. Horror of Fang Rock (10/13/1985)
Intro: Fang Rock is not the latest wave in music, though signals do emanate from its surface. Their purpose is not entertainment, unless, of course, one has a very morbid sense of humor. Stay tuned if you dare and witness the "Horror of Fang Rock."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor gets very introspective, as does Leela, and we meet the multi-talented robot with a pedigree. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 and try to see "The Invisible Enemy."

544. The Invisible Enemy (10/20/1985)
Intro: Sometimes, in order to succeed, you have to get inside yourself. We, of course, understand that to be a metaphor, but The Doctor and Leela will have to take the phrase quite literally if they intend to overcome "The Invisible Enemy."

Outro: What does a twelve million year-old human skull do? Anything it wants to as you will learn when you join us next Sunday night at 11 for "Image of the Fendahl."

545. Image of the Fendahl (10/27/1985)
Intro: "I Love Life and I Want to Live" is the title of the old song and it is a perfect theme song for the Fendahl. However, if the Fendahl were to sing "I Love Life," it would not be talking about its, but yours.

Outro: Next week, a good case for the ICC: the Intergalactic Commerce Commission as The Doctor uncovers the abuses of The Sun Company. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Sun Makers."

546. The Sun Makers (11/03/1985)
Intro: The Sun Company is not the name of a travel agency that takes one to sultry places. It is a power corporation: venal and ruthless, a juggernaut with no opposition, until tonight. But, what chance does The Doctor have against "The Sun Makers."

Outro: Next week, a bizarre planet with an unusual genesis. To reach it The Doctor and Leela will travel to the edge of creation, and will discover to their surprise the secret of "The Underworld." Join us next Sunday night at 11.

547. Underworld (11/10/1985)
Intro: You know you're in trouble when an oracle controls your gene banks. But that is only one of the surprises that await The Doctor and Leela as they travel to the edge of creation to uncover the "Underworld."

Outro: 1956 brought The Invasion of the Body Snatchers. 1957, The Invasion of the Saucer Men. 1973, The Invasion of the Bee Girls. But, they are as nothing to what will occur next Sunday night at 11: "The Invasion of Time."

548. The Invasion of Time, pt. 1 (11/17/1985)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor returns to his home planet of Gallifrey to be installed as president and connected to The Matrix. Kudos should be his, but fate will decree otherwise in the form of "Invasion of Time." [unknown female narrator]

Outro: An enigma, wrapped in a riddle, cloaked in a mystery. When we return to Gallifrey seven days hence, The Doctor will be closer to piercing the arcanum arcanorum, but far enough to put the outcome in doubt. Join us next Sunday at 11 for the conclusion of "Invasion of Time." [narration by Don Ferris in a bathtub]

549. The Invasion of Time, pt. 2 (11/24/1985)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor returns to his home planet, Gallifrey, to be inducted as president of the Time Lords. Lord Chesterfield said that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Can that possibly apply to The Doctor? Answers are forthcoming in "Invasion of Time."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor begins the quest for the segments of The Key to Time, a task that puts the labors of Hercules to shame. But then Hercules didn't have Romanadvoratrelundar to help him.

557. Destiny of the Daleks (12/22/1985)
Intro: The battle fleet computers of the Daleks and the Movellans have reached a stalemate. Which side will find the advantage first? How will The Doctor be involved? And who gave Romanadvoratrelundar a facelift? Some of the answers are forthcoming in "Destiny of the Daleks."

Outro: Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa. Nat Cole sang it three times at the beginning of his hit recording. But that would have been three short of what The Doctor will find next week, as well as a spate of other surprises when he and his companions enter the "City of Death." [narration and singing by Don Ferris]

558. City of Death (12/29/1985)
Intro: A cat may have nine lives but Scarroth lives in twelve different times. That has advantages for him and sets up at least a dozen problems for The Doctor as he and Romana attempt to cope with the "City of Death."

Outro: Drifting along with the tumbling tumbleweeds. That's a poetic notion of a popular western song. A cowboy or anyone else would be well advised to give a wide berth to the tumbleweeds on the planet Chloris as we shall learn next week when The Doctor, Romana and K-9 meet "The Creature from the Pit." [narration by Don Ferris]

559. The Creature from the Pit (01/05/1986)
Intro: Lady Adrasta lives and rules on the planet Chloris. If you pit yourself against her, she'll have you pitched into the pit, and, to be pithy, that's the pits. When The Doctor is picked as Adrasta's latest pit pet, he soon hears the pitty pat of "The Creature from the Pit."

Outro: Next week, meet the Mandrels. Not the vivacious, country-singing sisters. These Mandrels could not carry off a Willie Nelson tune, but they can carry off virtually anything else, and in most horrifying fashion. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and witness the "Nightmare of Eden."

560. Nightmare of Eden (01/12/1986)
Intro: Mix a horde of revolting, mud-formed jungle monsters with the most addictive drug in the universe and you have the genesis of trouble as The Doctor, Romana and K-9 are about to find out when they experience the "Nightmare of Eden."

Outro: A labyrinth, a gravity whirlpool, a human sacrifice. You'll find it's not a lot of bull when The Doctor contends with "The Horns of Nimon," next Sunday evening at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

561. The Horns of Nimon (01/19/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor, Romana and K-9 face the Nimon, the Skonnons and other quasi-anagrams. If you tune out now, you'll be making a sacrifice. If you stay with us, you may witness one. Does that put you on the horns of a dilemma? Of course not. What kind of program title would that be?

Outro: Next week, off to the seaside at Brighton for a while. The lodgings aren't quite Fawlty Towers but perhaps a slightly longer journey to a more elaborate vacation spot might be in order. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for a trip to "The Leisure Hive." [narration by Don Ferris]

562. The Leisure Hive (01/26/1986)
Intro: The Leisure Hive on planet Argolis is a place where twenty-third century travelers and businessmen can relax in style. Unfortunately, the Argolins have a greater worry than maintenance of the tourist trade, and equally unfortunate for The Doctor and Romana, their vacation is in jeopardy. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor encounters Meglos, the last survior of Zolfa-Thura, and a very prickly character. How much needling will The Doctor take? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and learn for yourself. [narration by Don Ferris]

563. Meglos (02/02/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor confronts his doppelgänger, and what may be the most powerful force in the universe. No, it isn't the Bears' defense, though they could probably give The Dodecahedron a tussle, if there were a Super Bowl on Tigella.

Outro: The most popular song of Alzarius, intended more as a warning than an entertainment, is "When the mistfall comes over the mountain, the monsters arise from the marsh." Hear it and more from the Alzarian top 40, next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

564. Full Circle (02/09/1986)
Intro: And here is tonight's forecast: fog, followed by rampaging marsh creatures, with star liners rising late. Stay tuned as The Doctor and Romana deduce how a race has come "Full Circle."

Outro: Next week, Adric steals a loaf of bread and finds that life is not a bowl of cherries on the strange planet ruled by King Zargo and Queen Camilla. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 for "State of Decay." [narration by Don Ferris]

565. State of Decay (02/16/1986)
Intro: To introduce tonight's program, we recall the immortal words of a certain count of Transylvania: "Listen to them, Mr. Renfield, children of the night, what music they make."

Outro: Next week, The TARDIS is hijacked by a fugitive, time-sensitive navigator whose intentions will not be known till The Doctor, Romana and Adric pass through "Warriors Gate." [narration by Don Ferris]

566. Warriors' Gate (02/23/1986)
Intro: Economy is an admirable trait. One example is the saving of leftovers, but that can be carried to extremes, and is, the other side of "Warriors' Gate." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: The union of Traken is famous as a place of universal harmony, held together by The Keeper. Is his motto "Keep on Traken"? Join us next Sunday evening for the answer. [unknown male announcer]

567. The Keeper of Traken (03/02/1986)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, a young lady who thinks she's going to make her first flight as a stewardess, travels infinitely farther than her imagination can comprehend. But, undoubtedly, you understand distance (?), and the significance of the voyage to "Logopolis." [narration by Don Ferris]

569. The Twin Dilemma (03/16/1986)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Peri confront a race without a planet, and the will and means to do something about it. One might be tempted to sympathize with their plight, were it not for the fact that it is our planet that they have chosen as the ideal place to reside. Be with next Sunday evening at 11 for the "Attack of the Cybermen."

570. Attack of the Cybermen (03/23/1986)
Intro: If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. That might be the motto of the perseverant Cybermen. And their plan, if they were to Telos about it, would include trying to change history, for Cryon out loud. It's "once more unto the breach, my friends," as The Doctor and Peri attempt to blunt the "Attack of the Cybermen."

Outro: Join us next week when The Doctor gets to star in a video nasty, which is not necessarily a great honor. The blanks will be filled in in exquisite detail in the course of "Vengeance on Varos," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

571. Vengeance on Varos (03/30/1986)
Intro: On the planet Varos slaves are kept mollified by watching video nasties, games created to keep their minds off their barren existence. One could say it's the Varonian equivalent of Monty Python. But, one hesitates to do so. Draw your own conclusions as The Doctor and Peri attempt to cope with "Vengeance on Varos."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor confronts a renegade Time Lady and The Master in a bathhouse. You don't want to miss "The Mark of the Rani," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

572. The Mark of the Rani (04/06/1986)
Intro: Tonight, a Doctor Who adventure that proves that it takes brains to go to a bathhouse. The enigma The Doctor and Peri must solve is who's taking the brains. We will learn soon enough when we meet a renegade Time Lady in "The Mark of the Rani."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor feels the death of an earlier form and concludes that an earlier self must have been taken out of time. His deduction is correct and leads to a meeting of "The Two Doctors," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

573. The Two Doctors, pt. 1 (04/13/1986)
Intro: When two evil beings start conducting experiments in time, the complications that ensue are enough to test the mettle of a Time Lord and our acumen in comprehending the dislocation. Follow closely. The tale of "The Two Doctors" is about to unfold.

Outro: Though the resolution of this time dilemma is not in sight, our time has run its course for this night. The proper continuum may be reentered next Sunday night at 11 in part two of "The Two Doctors." [unknown female announcer]

574. The Two Doctors, pt. 2 (04/20/1986)
Intro: If The Doctor's former self dies, how does that affect his present self? And how can he avoid it? Did Captain Kirk ever have a problem like this? The answers to the first two questions are forthcoming in the conclusion of "The Two Doctors," next.

Outro: One can't be too careful on Karfel, the planet where The Doctor and Peri will find themselves unwilling guests next week. The Doctor had been there in a previous regeneration but there have been some changes made, and they promise to make things interesting, if not to say, dicey. Be with us next Sunday at 11 for "Timelash."

575. Timelash (04/27/1986)
Intro: Tonight, we'll find out where Herb is, and before "Timelash" has run its course, who he is. Unfortunately, we'll also meet Tekker and Borad. But what would a Time Lord's life be without villains, right? [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Peri travel to Necros, a planet where some people don't care where they get their protein. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and witness the "Revelation of the Daleks."

576. Revelation of the Daleks (05/04/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and Peri arrive on the planet Necros which harbors two main industries. The first is Tranquil Repose, a repository of frozen hopes. You will learn the other anon along with the "Revelation of the Daleks." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, the time is out of joint as we return to The Doctor's first incarnation, a first look at the police box that is the TARDIS, and a trip to the Earth of 100,000 B.C. Join us next Sunday at 11 and meet "An Unearthly Child." [narration by Joan Kohn]

577. An Unearthly Child (05/11/1986)
Intro: Tonight, we enter a TARDIS of our own to travel back to the very beginning of our apprehension of the Time Lord phenenenon, to the first Doctor and the tale of "An Unearthly Child."

Outro: Next week, a recounting of The Doctor's first encounter with the beings which would plague him through many regenerations. Join us next Sunday night at 11 for part 1 of "The Daleks."

578. The Daleks, pt. 1 (05/18/1986)
Intro: The TARDIS is now stuck in the shape of a police box because of a faulty chameleon circuit and will keep its present form through many Doctoral regenerations, as will the Daleks, which means The Doctor will encounter this night for the first of many times. [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Marooned on the planet Skaro, how will The Doctor, Ian and Susan regain the fluid link necessary to restart the TARDIS? Mollification? Negotiation? Persuasion? With the Daleks? Oh feckless thoughts. The method may be learned next Sunday night at 11 with the conclusion of "The Dead Planet." [narration by Don Ferris]

579. The Daleks, pt. 2 (05/25/1986)
Intro: Don't invite a Thal and a Dalek to the same party. Further, don't invite a Dalek to any party. Still further, don't hang about with a Dalek at all. They may filch your fluid link, and make it very difficult to continue your existence on "The Dead Planet," or anywhere else.

Outro: Next week, The Doctor attempts to gain control of TARDIS faulty guidance system and return the two school teachers to London, 1963, with startling results. They may be observed next Sunday at 11 when we approach "The Edge of Destruction." [narration by Don Ferris]

580. The Edge of Destruction (06/01/1986)
Intro: Who or what is responsible for the problem with the guidance system of the TARDIS? The truth will be manifest before the night is out as we journey toward the "The Edge of Destruction."

Outro: On the planet Marinus the sand is glass and the sea is acid. Next stop for the TARDIS: an island in that acid ocean. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 when The Doctor begins the search for "The Keys of Marinus."

581. The Keys of Marinus, pt. 1 (06/08/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and friends embark on a scavenger hunt which will take them to the city of Morphoton, a deserted jungle, an ice-bound wilderness, and the city of Millenius in a quest for "The Keys of Marinus."

Outro: Is Barbara the reincarnation of Ixta, the quondam high priestess of the Aztecs? The truth will out next Sunday night at 11 when the TARDIS carries its crew to the year 1430 and a tomb in the land of "The Aztecs."

582. The Keys of Marinus, pt. 2 (06/15/1986)
Intro: Lost in a time fog, your faithful announcer last week brought great consternation to many when he announced The Doctor and friends would roam among the Aztecs this night. That, of course, must wait until next week. We have unfinished business tonight on Marinus.

Outro: Now that the inhabitants of Marinus are free from the domination of the machine, the TARDIS is free to travel to the land of the Aztecs, circa 1430 which it most assuredly will, next Sunday night at 11.

583. The Aztecs (06/22/1986)
Intro: Ixta is not a kind of Greek brandy, but a one-time high priest of the Aztecs. A bracelet in his tomb will soon precipitate a string of events which will test the inginuity of The Doctor, Barbara, and Ian as they meet "The Aztecs."

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS lands on the deck of a 28th century space ship from Earth to find it is under the control of an alien race. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when we meet "The Sensorites." [narration by Don Ferris]

584. The Sensorites, pt. 1 (06/29/1986)
Intro: What would call a race all of whose members are identical? Boring? Not necessarily as we will soon discover when the TARDIS lands on a gigantic spaceship from 28th century Earth which is controlled by "The Sensorites."

Outro: Why have so many of the Sensorites died? The mystery is probed with the Time Lord's acumen in the conclusion of "The Sensorites," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

585. The Sensorites, pt. 2 (07/06/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor will find there is something in the Sensorites' water supply and it isn't a cure for baldness as will become clear in due course in the conclusion of "The Sensorites." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, the doors of the TARDIS will open and all readings will indicate a state of normalcy. But, as is many another instance, things will not be as they seem and The Doctor and friends will have a very small problem as the step onto the "Planet of Giants."

586. Planet of Giants (07/13/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor, Ian and Barbara find they have a small problem. It is in fact, a very small problem. Perhaps a miniscule problem. But even a teensy weensy problem can loom large on the "Planet of Giants."

Outro: Our time travelers are full-size once more and good thing too, for next week they must contend with "The Dalek Invasion of Earth." Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 when the attack begins.

587. The Dalek Invasion of Earth, pt. 1 (07/20/1986)
Intro: London, the year 2164. Vicious aliens are turning Earthlings into robomen, an early step in their evil plan to take over the planet. The strong-hearted among you will remain tuned now to witness "The Dalek Invasion of Earth."

Outro: Will the Supreme Dalek's order to destroy London be carried out? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the astonishing conclusion of "The Dalek Invasion of Earth." But before this Earth week passes, you might want to reserve space on your schedule this Thursday night at 10:30 for a Time Lord special: "The Five Doctors."

589. The Dalek Invasion of Earth, pt. 2 (07/27/1986)
Intro: Tonight, for the crew of the TARDIS, it's out of the frying pan, London, into the fire, the mining fields, where Ian meets a charming pet of the invaders in the astonishing conclusion of "The Dalek Invasion of Earth."

Outro: What do you do with an enraged Didonian? Will jelly babies work? Not this regeneration. Find out next Sunday evening at 11 when we travel to the year 2493 for "The Rescue."

590. The Rescue (08/03/1986)
Intro: Susan's recent marriage has left an availability in The Doctor's entourage. Will we meet someone this night to fill the position? It wouldn't surprise me, but I promise you other surprises before "The Rescue" is accomplished. [unknown female announcer]

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS crew travels to Rome, 64 A.D. and The Doctor meets and gives inspiration to the emperor Nero. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 and encounter "The Romans." [narration by Don Ferris]

591. The Romans (08/10/1986)
Intro: When in Rome, we are told, do as the Romans do. But, what if the Romans do it to you first? We are about to find out if The Doctor and his companions are capable of more than fiddling around as they meet "The Romans."

Outro: While The Doctor and his companions were certainly inconvenienced this night, I'll wager they weren't as burned up as the Romans. Next week, another sticky wicket as the TARDIS is drawn by an unknown force to "The Web Planet."

594. The Space Museum (08/31/1986)
Intro: The Space Museum. Sounds like a fascinating place, doesn't it? But how would you feel if, on perusing the displays, found that you were one of the exhibits? More to the point, what would you do about it? Stay tuned for suggestions as we travel to the planet Xeros for a visit to "The Space Museum."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor puts to use his new time-space visualizer with astonishing results. Join us next Sunday night at 11 as we career through the cosmos on "The Chase."

595. The Chase, pt. 1 (09/07/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor uses his new time-space visualizer with which he can tune into scenes from any time in history and finds that an arch enemy is careening through time seeking him. Stay with us now if you can for "The Chase." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Will the robot Doctor infiltrate and destroy? Only time will tell next Sunday night at 11 when the chase through the cosmos continues. [narration by Don Ferris]

596. The Chase, pt. 2 (09/14/1986)
Intro: Tonight, "The Chase" continues with journey into terror, and a titanic battle between the Mechanoids and the Daleks. You may conjecture on the end. but you will undoubtedly be mistaken as "The Chase" hurtles to its conclusion.

Outro: Next week, for the first time, another member of The Doctor's race appears. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Time Meddler." [narration by Don Ferris]

597. The Time Meddler (09/21/1986)
Intro: One of the dangers of time travel is the temptation to change the future. One would think a member of The Doctor's own race would know better. But one would be mistaken as we will perceive when we meet "The Time Meddler."

Outro: What could we do if it became apparent that the Earth would soon plunge into the Sun? We could build a huge spaceship and travel to another world. The problems would be unimaginable, but not insoluble, as we will discover next Sunday night at 11 when "The Ark" begins its voyage.

598. The Ark (09/28/1986)
Intro: Usually, a common cold is a minor inconvenience. Symptoms can be alleviated with aspirin and antihistamine. Tonight, the consequences of Dodo's cold assume far greater significance as we shall soon learn. Stay tuned now as The Doctor and friends take up temporary residence on "The Ark."

Outro: Exactly what happened in Tombstone, Arizona, on October 26, 1881? The Doctor, Steven and Dodo will find out next week when they meet "The Gunfighters."

599. The Gunfighters (10/05/1986)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor suffers a toothache, seeks a dentist and finds adventure. Stay tuned for a trip to the strange and exotic world of "The Gunfighters."

Outro: Next week, meet WOTAN. Not the chief god of Norse mythology but a supercomputer. And like a cousin named HAL, WOTAN has some ideas of his own. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The War Machine." [sic] [narration by Don Ferris]

600. The War Machines (10/12/1986)
Intro: Tonight, we meet in modern day London the Will Operating Thought Analog Device, or, WOTAN, which, as it obtains, gives its designers more a lot than they bargained for. The story unfolds in "The War Machines."

Outro: Next week, a strange journey to a land of fiction and fairy tales, guided by the second Doctor Who. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Mind Robber."

601. The Mind Robber (10/19/1986)
Intro: Tonight, the Second Doctor uses a special emergency unit to save the TARDIS and its crew and move out of reality itself. This is no fairy tale as we will learn when we meet "The Mind Robber."

Outro: Next week, destination: Dulkis, a planet enslaved by an alien culture, aptly named "The Dominators," and their deadly robot slaves, the Quarks. Be with us next Sunday night at 11.

602. The Dominators (10/26/1986)
Intro: The Dominators need fuel for their space fleet and they've got their sights set on a very good-sized self service station. The landlords don't like the idea, but they're pacifists, unable to fight back. Enter The Doctor to confront "The Dominators."

Outro: Next week, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie travel to the planet of The Gonds, a primitive people in the power of an unseen race and their teaching machines. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 and meet "The Krotons."

603. The Krotons (11/02/1986)
Intro: Krotons are not little things you throw in your split pea soup. They are mysterious, unseen, and ruthless, and they need a very smart individual to help them out of a long-time predicament. Enter The Doctor.

Outro: Next week, the T-Mat breaks down and The Doctor goes to the moon. And that's only the beginning as you shall learn when you join us next Sunday night at 11 for part one of "The Seeds of Death." [narration by Don Ferris]

604. The Seeds of Death, pt. 1 (11/09/1986)
Intro: In the twenty-first century everything on Earth moves by T-Mat. It's a great system as long as it works. If someone or something ices the system the implications are terrifying, as we shall learn in part one of "The Seeds of Death."

Outro: And what do you suppose is inside the bursting pods? Kiwi fruit? Rutabaga? Vichyssoise? We'll learn the sordid truth next Sunday night at 11 in the conclusion of "The Seeds of Death." [narration by Don Ferris]

605. The Seeds of Death, pt. 2 (11/16/1986)
Intro: On our green sphere, vegetation replenishes the oxygen supply. On Mars there is quite a different effect which bodes ill for those who may be exposed to "The Seeds of Death."

Outro: Next week, the first adventure that explains The Doctor's origins. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when we enter "The War Games." [narration by Don Ferris]

606. The War Games, pt. 1 (11/23/1986)
Intro: Tonight, a landmark adventure: the first to introduce the Time Lords, explain The Doctor's origin, the last Patrick Troughton story, and one of the very longest which we will present over three Sunday nights. Stay with us now for part one of "The War Games."

Outro: What are these aliens up to? What mysteries lie in the area indicated by the blank space on the map? "The War Games" will continue next Sunday night at 11:25.

616. The Mind of Evil, pt. 1 (12/21/1986)
Intro: Did you ever want to give somebody a piece of your mind? After this night you may feel differently, for this night The Doctor encounters "The Mind of Evil."

Outro: What are these aliens up to? What mysteries lie in the area indicated by the blank space on the map? "The War Games" will continue next Sunday night at 11:25. [wrong tape played]

617. The Mind of Evil, pt. 2 (12/28/1986)
Intro: The Doctor and his most brilliant adversary confront each other once again with the future of the Earth riding on the outcome which we will know in due time in the conclusion of "Mind of Evil."

Outro: Three days ago we said goodbye for a year to Santa Claus. Next week, we say hello for the night to Axos Claus. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor confronts "The Claws of Axos."

618. The Claws of Axos (01/04/1987)
Intro: They are beautiful creatures. As a wise being once observed, "Beware of humanoids bearing Axonite." The Doctor will soon discover the importance of that maxim. Will it be soon enough to defend the Earth from "The Claws of Axos"?

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Jo are dispatched to an Earth-like planet in the year 2471 and "The Colony in Space."

619. Colony in Space, pt. 1 (01/11/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, in the primitive city, The Doctor will attempt to rescue Jo. He will meet The Guardian and confront an old enemy and a gigantic doomsday machine. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the exciting conclusion of "Colony in Space." [narration by Don Ferris]

620. Colony in Space, pt. 2 (01/18/1987)
Intro: The Master is intent on seizing the doomsday machine. How can The Doctor stop him? What role will The Guardian play? I'll never tell. You'll have to stay tuned for the conclusion of "Colony in Space," but that's what you intended, wasn't it?

Outro: Next week, a little Earth-bound witchcraft as The Doctor finds he must deal with the Daemons which the English insist on spelling with an additional "e" [sic] though they're sensible enough to pronounce it in the same way was we. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

621. The Daemons (01/25/1987)
Intro: The Earth, planet of wonders, mountain majesties, trackless seas, vasty plains, inpenetrable forests. Or, is it all just an experiment conducted by an alien being who is about to give it up as a failure? We will know presently when The Doctor confronts "The Daemons."

Outro:

622. Day of the Daleks (02/01/1987)
Intro: When you travel back through time, you become part of the events leading to your starting point. That temporal paradox is the crux of the incredible events which will transpire during the "Day of the Daleks."

Outro:

623. The Curse of Peladon (02/08/1987)
Intro: Prepare now to travel with The Doctor and Jo through the space-time continuum, back and forth as though it were a cosmic expressway. This will not be a pleasure trip because it will comprehend the "Day of the Daleks" ... or rather the "The Curse of Peladon."

Outro: Your announcer, who was at the beginning of the program himself caught in a time-space anomaly, is properly chagrined. Next week, The Doctor contends with the poor relatives of The Silurans: The Sea Devils.

624. The Sea Devils, pt. 1 (02/15/1987)
Intro: How does one revive a Sea Devil? It takes more than spirits of ammonia, or mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, perish the thought. The Master knows, and is intent on implementing his plan. Enter The Doctor and the struggle to save humanity from "The Sea Devils."

Outro: Guards on one side, a mine field on another, a Sea Devil on the third, and on the fourth, the ocean. What is a poor Time Lord to do? We will be apprised next Sunday night at 11 in the conclusion of "The Sea Devils."

625. The Sea Devils, pt. 2 (02/22/1987)
Intro: In short order the Sea Devils will be summoned by The Master, setting in motion an incredible chain of events which will test The Doctor's ability, his talent, and his ingenuity. Stay tuned now for the conclusion of "The Sea Devils." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, the Time Lords send The Doctor and Jo to the planet Solos to deliver a mysterious message to an unknown party. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the astonishing meeting of Doctor Who and "The Mutants." [narration by Don Ferris]

626. The Mutants, pt. 1 (03/01/1987)
Intro: On Solos the presence of oxygen would be deadly. Who or what then has been introducing that gas near the Solonian atmosphere and why? We will soon know as The Doctor and Jo travel to the planet of "The Mutants." [unknown male announcer] [broadcast over title sequence]

Outro: What knowledge do the scrolls hold and how can The Doctor repel the Marshal's impending gas attack? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "The Mutants." [narration by Don Ferris]

630. The Three Doctors (03/29/1987)
Intro: We have learned this evening that Patrick Troughton, the second Doctor Who, died yesterday of a heart attack while in Columbus, Georgia, to attend a convention. As fate would have it, he appears in tonight's adventure, "The Three Doctors." We respectfully dedicate the program to his memory.

Outro: Next week, The Doctor promises Jo a trip to Metebilis Three, the famous blue planet of the Acteon Group. Will they get there? The answer next Sunday night at 11 on "Carnival of Monsters."

631. Carnival of Monsters (04/05/1987)
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Outro: Next week, in order to avoid a collision in space, The Doctor and Jo materialize in the hold of a future Earth spaceship. Thus begins the convoluted tale of the "Frontier in Space," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

632. Frontier in Space, pt. 1 (04/12/1987)
Intro: To avoid a head-on collision on the highway, one uses the steering wheel. In space, a more sophisticated maneuver may be necessary as The Doctor and Jo will soon demonstrate. But the consequences of their action will be far more complex than they could ever anticipate as we are about to learn in our approach to the "Frontier in Space."

Outro: Uh oh, an airlock sans air is no place for those of us who must breathe it to exist. Who opened the valve? How will The Doctor escape the prison? How will he escape the moon? Tune in next Sunday evening at 11 for the answers in the exciting conclusion of "Frontier in Space."

633. Frontier in Space, pt. 2 (04/19/1987)
Intro: If the Doctor can escape the Earth's moon, he must still convince the president of the Earth and the Draconian leaders who is really behind the attacks. His work is cut out for him in the conclusion of "Frontier in Space."

Outro: Somewhere, a mighty army of Daleks is waiting. Next week, The Doctor and Jo set off in pursuit. Be with us next Sunday at 11 for part 1 of "Planet of the Daleks."

634. Planet of the Daleks (04/26/1987)
Intro: Pursuing the Daleks, The Doctor has landed on the planet Spiridon. He has not yet recovered from his wounds and Jo, not understanding his recuperative powers, sets out to find help. We shall soon know what she finds on the "Planet of the Daleks." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, the villagers of Llanfairfach in Wales are delighted when Global Chemicals receives a government grant to build a refinery. Their elation will be short-lived as we will learn next Sunday evening at 11 when The Doctor and Jo confront "The Green Death."

637. The Time Warrior (05/17/1987)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor discovers a charming stowaway who will find a new career. And we will learn for the first time the name of the Time Lord's home planet. There'll also be a contretemps between a Sontaran captain and an medieval robber baron. Should be an interesting evening.

Outro: Prehistoric monsters suddenly appear in London. It's the "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" and you can bear witness next Sunday evening at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

638. Invasion of the Dinosaurs (05/24/1987)
Intro: The Doctor and Sarah return to London to find it under martial law, and deserted. The cause soon becomes apparent. And the title of tonight's adventure gives the game away: "Invasion of the Dinosaurs."

Outro: Next week, a space plague strikes all creatures in the galaxy and The Doctor is confronted by an old nemesis. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and join the cry "Death to the Daleks." [narration by Don Ferris]

639. Death to the Daleks (05/31/1987)
Intro: The antidote for a plague affecting the entire galaxy can be found only on the planet Exxilon, home of a savagely hostile and degenerate race. When The Doctor gets there he will find, as he usually does, more than he bargained for. [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor returns to Peladon after a fifty year absence and finds the sacred monster is kicking up a fuss. The manifestations are manifold as we will learn next Sunday night at 11 when we meet "The Monster of Peladon." [narration by Don Ferris]

640. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 1 (06/07/1987)
Intro: The Doctor and Sarah have come to Peladon where the spirit of the sacred monster is terrorizing the populous. The Doctor, in his attempt to help Queen Thalira, will find there is more involved than just "The Monster of Peladon."

Outro: Trouble in the trisilicate mines. The though chills the blood, or is it the proximity of The Ice Warriors? Join us for the dénouement next Sunday evening at 11.

641. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 2 (06/14/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Remember the blue crystal The Doctor found on Metebilis Three and gave Jo Grant? It seems the spiders want it back and that is only the beginning of a watershed adventure, next Sunday night at 11: "Planet of the Spiders."

643. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 2 (06/28/1987)
Intro: Tonight, in the conclusion of "Planet of the Spiders," the confrontation moves to Earth, then back to Metebelis Three, then back to Earth for a regeneration. But, will it be too late?

Outro: Regeneration accomplished, the new Doctor will be with us for some time, but he has little time to spare before a group of scientific crackpots challenge him with the "Robot," next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

644. Robot (07/05/1987)
Intro: The trauma of regeneration usually leaves the new Time Lord in less than complete control of his considerable faculties. No exception this, but he better recuperate quickly: the "Robot" awaits.

Outro: Next week, solar flares bring to Earth an unprecedented crisis: a new meaning to the phrase "deep frozen." Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when we visit "The Ark in Space." [narration by Don Ferris]

645. The Ark in Space (07/12/1987)
Intro:

Outro: The Wirrns defeated, all that remains is to return to Earth. There appears to be a problem with the transmat system. Oh, dear, what can the matter be? We'll find out next Sunday night at 11 in the course of "The Sontaran Experiment."

646. The Sontaran Experiment (07/19/1987)
Intro: The Doctor and his companions return to Earth expecting to find an uninhabited planet and are surprised to find other beings about, engaged in "The Sontaran Experiment." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, The Time Lords send The Doctor on a life or death mission to overthrow Davros, the great Kaled scientist and creator of the dreaded species. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and witness the "Genesis of the Daleks." [unknown male narrator]

647. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (07/26/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Sarah and Harry return to Nerva, the ark in space, only to be confronted by a terrible virus. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 for the "Revenge of the Cybermen." [narration by Don Ferris] [wrong tape played]

648. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 2 (08/02/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Sarah and Harry return to Nerva, the ark in space, only to be confronted by a terrible virus. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 for the "Revenge of the Cybermen." [narration by Don Ferris]

649. Revenge of the Cybermen (08/09/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Who are the Zygons? What covert operation are they instigating on the Earth? Should they be permitted to exist? The most remarkably tolerant and merciful among us may be content to let Zygons be Zygons. But some will think otherwise when they unleash their terror on our very own planet, just off the coast of Scotland, next Sunday night at 11.

651. Planet of Evil (08/23/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor faces the biggest peril the world has ever known: when Dr. Marcus Scarman attempts to release the Egyptian god of darkness. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the "Pyramids of Mars."

652. Pyramids of Mars (08/30/1987)
Intro: When your car bounces about, the cause is probably a rough road. When the TARDIS experiences a rough passage, the cause may be far more exotic and dangerous as The Doctor and Sarah will soon realize in facing "The Pyramids of Mars."

Outro: What is one to do when old friends become hostile? Change mouthwash? Sarah and The Doctor will be forced to more drastic measures next Sunday night at 11 if they are to successfully blunt "The Android Invasion."

653. The Android Invasion (09/06/1987)
Intro: When the TARDIS lands on Earth, Sarah recognizes Devesham, a village she knows well, and is delighted to see once more. But Devesham has changed and so have its inhabitants as The Doctor and Sarah will learn to their displeasure in the course of "The Android Invasion."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor is ordered to the planet Karn where a fellow with a mind of his own is cooking up trouble. Join us next Sunday night at 11 and meet "The Brain of Morbius."

654. The Brain of Morbius (09/13/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Deep in the permafrost of the Antarctic, a rare botanical species is discovered and brought back to England, a fatal mistake. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the planting of "The Seeds of Doom."

655. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 1 (09/20/1987)
Intro: Deep in the permafrost of the Antarctic, scientists discover a huge vegetable pod. When The Doctor is consulted in London, he flies out at once. He has met the Krynoid before as we will this night in "The Seeds of Doom." [Marty Robinson with sound effects]

Outro: Will the pod reach its full, horrific potential? Will you ever eat frozen vegetables again? Do you eat them now? Only one of those questions will be answered next Sunday evening at 11 in the electrifying conclusion of "The Seeds of Doom."

656. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 2 (09/27/1987)
Intro: A sinister, irresistible force is threatening the entire Western Hemisphere. It is confronted by The Doctor, U.N.I.T., and the World Ecology Bureau. Will their combined forces be strong enough to prevail? That question will be answered in the conclusion of "The Seeds of Doom."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor is challenged by the Mandragora Helix. In the course of that contretemps we will learn some of the mysteries of operation of his time and space machine, the TARDIS. Don't fail to tune in next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Masque of Mandragora." And here is an ancillary observation which may pique your interest: Blakes 7 returns to Channel 11 tomorrow night beginning at 11:30.

657. The Masque of Mandragora (10/04/1987)
Intro: Tonight, a journey into Earth's history, replete with swordplay, galloping horsemen, and other neat stuff that was popular in the Renaissance. And at the root of it all, "The Masque of Mandragora."

Outro: If someone offers to lend you a hand next time you're in a stone quarry, say "no, thank you." If you question the sagacity of my advice, be here at 11 o'clock next Sunday night for "The Hand of Fear."

658. The Hand of Fear (10/11/1987)
Intro: Give the little lady a hand. Or, in tonight’s case, give the hand a little lady. It will use her as a seeing-eye person to find its equivalent of a fast food establishment. Don’t snicker. You too may soon be held in enthrall by "The Hand of Fear."

Outro: So it's goodbye to Sarah with fond regrets and hello to the Time Lords' home planet of Gallifrey where we shall meet, next Sunday night at 11, "The Deadly Assassin."

659. The Deadly Assassin (10/18/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor finds a new companion, a primitive savage who carries a crossbow and a knife. Her name is Leela and there will be more surprises next Sunday evening at 11 when we behold "The Face of Evil." [narration by Don Ferris]

660. The Face of Evil (10/25/1987)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor confronts a supreme instrument of destruction and finds something vaguely familiar about it, or would that be understating the case? Judge for yourself. Prepare to gaze upon "The Face of Evil."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor travels to a distant planet to do battle with a mad scientist who plans to rule through the strength of the mechanical minions he has created. They are "The Robots of Death."

661. The Robots of Death (11/01/1987)
Intro: Can The Doctor dissuade Leela from thinking that any unusual occurrence is caused by magic? Can he persuade her to give up her crossbow? More to the point, can his knowledge and her intuition overcome the challenge that faces them: "The Robots of Death"? Maybe.

Outro: Next week, in Victorian London, The Doctor finds himself embroiled with a Tong of the Black Scorpion. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Talons of Weng Chiang." [narration by Don Ferris]

663. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 2 (11/15/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Fang Rock is not the heavy metal group from Transylvania, rather it is the site of a failed lighthouse, and much more as we will learn next week in the "Horror of Fang Rock."

664. Horror of Fang Rock (11/22/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next time for an incredible voyage and the first appearance of the wonderful invention of Professor Marius. The Doctor and Leela confront "The Invisible Enemy." [narration by Don Ferris]

665. The Invisible Enemy (11/29/1987)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor lands of present day Earth to find a scientist running tests on a twelve million year old human skull that hold within far more than he could imagine. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Image of the Fendahl." And mark your calendar now for two weeks from tonight when the regular Doctor Who presentation will be preceded at 10pm by the special called Who's Who.

668. Underworld (12/20/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor returns home to Gallifrey to claim his position as president. But a most bizarre chain of events will prove the best laid plans of mice and men and Time Lords gang aft agley. Be with us next Sunday at 11 for "Invasion of Time."

670. Resurrection of the Daleks (12/31/1987)
Intro:

Outro: Don't go away. We're going to ring in the new year with two more Doctor Who adventures, featuring Colin Baker and Jon Pertwee. This special New Year's Eve celebration is dedicated to, and made possible by, those loyal Doctor Who fans who have been generous in subscribing to Channel 11.

671. Revelation of the Daleks (12/31/1987)
Intro: We now continue with our Doctor Who New Year's Eve fest.

Outro:

672. Day of the Daleks (12/31/1987)
Intro:

Outro: This concludes our special Doctor Who New Year's Eve fest. Happy New Year to all, and special thanks to the Channel 11 subscribers who made it possible. Join us on Sunday night at 11 for the next regular broadcast of Doctor Who.

674. The Ribos Operation (01/10/1988)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, we meet a partly mechanical pirate captain and his wholly mechanical parrot. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 when we depart for "The Pirate Planet." [narration by Don Ferris]

675. The Pirate Planet (01/17/1988)
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Outro: Apparently the third segment of the key to time reposes on present day Earth. And next week the tracer will lead The Doctor and Romana to "The Stones of Blood." [narration by Don Ferris]

676. The Stones of Blood (01/24/1988)
Intro:

Outro: Having collected three segments of the key, The Doctor and Romana decide to take a rest on the peaceful and pleasant planet of Tara. Can there be anything exciting in that? Join us next Sunday evening at 11 and find the answer in the "Androids of Tara." [narration by Don Ferris]

677. The Androids of Tara (01/31/1988)
Intro:

Outro: The search for the fifth segment of the key of time will bring The Doctor into the presence of a rather large monster: two miles across and hundreds of feet high. Next Sunday night at 11 you may observe for yourself "The Power of Kroll." [narration by Don Ferris]

678. The Power of Kroll (02/07/1988)
Intro: The quest for the fifth segment of the key of time takes our intrepid adventurers to the third moon of Delta Magna where they will find themselves immersed in a feud that will eventually bring them to the awesome reality of "The Power of Kroll."

Outro: Next week, the search for the final segment of the key to time will take The Doctor and Romana to the twin planets of Atrios and Zeos, and a full-scale interplanetary nuclear war. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Armageddon Factor." [narration by Don Ferris]

679. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 1 (02/14/1988)
Intro: We are planning an all-night Whoite pledge night. We are looking for Doctor Who fan club members to answer telephones beginning Saturday night, March 12th, and continuing into the wee hours. Just have your club representative call Pat at 509-5555 after 10:00 tomorrow morning for more information.

Tonight begins the quest for the final segment of the key to time and a struggle so intense and complex, it will not be resolved this night. Prepare for "The Armageddon Factor."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana will face the ultimate catastrophe and help will come from an unexpected quarter. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "The Armageddon Factor."

680. The Armageddon Factor, pt. 2 (02/21/1988)
Intro:

Outro: It is said that a bad penny always comes back. There is no worse penny than a Dalek, and they'll return in force next week to confound The Doctor and Romana in the "Destiny of the Daleks."

681. Destiny of the Daleks (02/28/1988)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and his companion Romana, who appears to have undergone a mild regeneration, travel to a desolate planet which transpires to be Skaro, the home of his deadliest enemy. Observe with us now the "Destiny of the Daleks."

Outro: Next week, what begins as a holiday in Paris develops into something more sinister when The Doctor and Romana meet an English detective. Then they will travel to another time and another place: the "City of Death," next Sunday night at 11.

689. The Horns of Nimon (03/27/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana leave on holiday. First to the English seaside resort of Brighton and then to the planet Argolis. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and have a look at "The Leisure Hive."

690. The Leisure Hive (04/03/1988)
Intro: Come with us now to a vacation wonderland on the planet Argolis where 23rd century travelers relax in style. Unfortunately when The Doctor and Romana arrive, they will find that all is not as idyllic as it seems in "The Leisure Hive."

Outro: For years the inhabitants of the planet Tigella have relied on their mysterious source of energy, the dodecahedron, to power their underground city. Next week it will become unstable. The Doctor and Romana will be asked to help and meet Meglos, as shall you when you join us next Sunday evening at 11.

691. Meglos (04/10/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Romana head for Gallifrey, but end up on the planet Alzerius among The Deciders, The Starliners, The Outliers and the marsh creatures, not all of whom are pleasant as we learn when we come "Full Circle," next Sunday evening at 11.

692. Full Circle (04/17/1988)
Intro: Fall is about to occur on Alzarius and the horrendous result is known to all denizens of the planet and that is just one the problems to be faced by The Doctor and Romana as we come "Full Circle."

Outro: As we know, Adric, the stowaway outlier, will be around for some time, and next week he'll find himself in more trouble than could imagine, as will The Doctor and Romana when they land of the strange planet, ruled by King Zargo and Queen Camilla. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "State of Decay." [narration by Don Ferris]

693. State of Decay (04/24/1988)
Intro: Imprisoned in the isolated universe of E-Space, The Doctor and Romana land on a strange planet, ruled by King Zargo and Queen Camilla. They will learn this night the loathsome meaning of "State of Decay."

Outro: Next week, The TARDIS is hijacked to an eerie void beyond which lies a crumbling stone edifice. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 and pass through "Warriors' Gate." [narration by Don Ferris]

694. Warriors' Gate (05/01/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor travels to that famous place of harmony, so pure that evil creatures turn into stone: the Union of Traken. But the leader's millennium is about to expire. Join us next Sunday night at 11 and learn who is and who will be "The Keeper of Traken." [narration by Don Ferris]

695. The Keeper of Traken (05/08/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Nyssa and Adric are joined by Tegan for a journey to the City of Logic, a confrontation with The Master and an enormous trial. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "Logopolis."

696. Logopolis (05/15/1988)
Intro: Tonight, The Watcher appears. The Master threatens. The City of Logic begins to unravel. And The Doctor takes extreme action. You will be witness to it all as you travel with us now to "Logopolis."

Outro: Next week, the era of the Fifth Doctor begins with a regeneration of profound disorientation. Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for "Castrovalva."

697. Castrovalva (05/22/1988)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS lands of a giant, alien starship headed for Earth. Come along for the ride, it's "Four to Doomsday," next Sunday night at 11.

698. Four to Doomsday (05/29/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Adric and Tegan explore a new planet and chance upon The Wind Chimes. That bizarre, natural formation will open the doors to next week's adventure. Join us Sunday evening at 11 for "Kinda."

699. Kinda (06/05/1988)
Intro: When on a strange, new planet, it's a good idea to stick together when venturing abroad as Tegan will soon find out. Travel with us now to Deva Loka and meet, among others, the "Kinda."

Outro: Next week, our time travelers land in 17th century England, a land ravaged by the plague, and more. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 for "The Visitation."

700. The Visitation (06/12/1988)
Intro: The TARDIS lands in a peaceful forest grove. A fully rested Nyssa joins The Doctor, Adric and Tegan as they set out to explore their new surroundings. They have not the slightest inking of the horror that awaits them. It will soon be manifest in "The Visitation."

Outro: [inaudible] in the 1920s and a fancy dress ball are two of the ingredients in next week's unusual adventure. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Black Orchid." [narration by Joan Kohn?]

701. Black Orchid (06/19/1988)
Intro: Tonight, in the England of 1925, Nyssa meets the fiancée of Lord Cranleigh. The women are startled to see they are virtually twins in appearance, which leads to a practical joke, which leads to, well, we can't give away the game, can we? You will soon be apprised in the unfolding of the "Black Orchid."

Outro: Next week, in a vast cave system beneath the surface of 25th century Earth, a group of paleontologists will meet a terrible fate. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and experience "Earthshock."

702. Earthshock (06/26/1988)
Intro: A group of paleontologists hopes to find, in a vast cave system, answers to what brought the dinosaurs to extinction. The response to their quest is swift and brutal as we will learn to our horror in "Earthshock."

Outro:

703. Time-Flight (07/03/1988)
Intro: How can a Concorde supersonic jet disappear into thin air? That is what The Doctor, Adric, Nyssa and Tegan hope to discover. You're welcome to come along as an observer on "Time-Flight."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor's biopattern is stolen from The Matrix on Gallifrey. The council of Time Lords has no option but to urgently summon The Doctor to his home planet. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when the story unfolds beneath the "Arc of Infinity."

704. Arc of Infinity (07/10/1988)
Intro: The Doctor, condemned to termination? How is that possible? The incredible story is about to be told in the "Arc of Infinity."

Outro: The planet of Deva Loka is but the first stop for The Doctor and his companions next week and the second stop won't be much fun either. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and meet The Mara on "Snakedance." [narration by Don Ferris]

705. Snakedance (07/17/1988)
Intro: Tonight, the TARDIS materializes in a place undirected by The Doctor. What or who is the cause? That will become known all too soon. But our first stop will be the planet of Deva Loka, a prelude to "Snakedance." ... [technical difficulties] ... Apparently our journey to Deva Loka has been momentarily delayed. ... And now, we continue our journey.

Outro: Next week, the TARDIS, its instruments jammed, is forced to materialize on an opulent, but apparently deserted spaceship in the year 1983. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Mawdryn Undead."

706. Mawdryn Undead (07/24/1988)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and his companions travel to Earth, but six years apart. Confusing enough, but nothing compared to the danger of The Brigadier meeting himself, and of "Mawdryn Undead." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, a deserted liner docks with a massive derelict floating in space. The destination: "Terminus." Travel with us if you dare, next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

707. Terminus (07/31/1988)
Intro: What is the riddle that lies at the exact center of the universe? The profound secret will become known this night as we travel with The Doctor and his companions to "Terminus." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: We call ourselves "humans" but we are known to a particular alien race as "ephemerals." Do you wonder why? Then join us again next Sunday evening at 11 for "Enlightenment." [narration by Don Ferris]

708. Enlightenment (08/07/1988)
Intro: The Doctor is quite an extraordinary chap, with his emphasis on the free use of reason and his predominant concern for the dignity and welfare of mankind. He's also a real kick to pal around with. So let us ponder together how we might better emulate these and other qualities of a good Time Lord as we embark on tonight's adventure, which is appropriately titled "Enlightenment."

Outro: Next week's Doctor Who adventure will be "King's Demon." [sic] And may we take this opportunity to remind all Whoites in the Milky Way galaxy that Channel 11's Sunday night entertainment does not end with the adventures of the intrepid Time Lord. Yet to come tonight is the comedy of The Two Ronnies, followed by unusual videos by independent producers on Image Union, and Alive from Off Center, so stay tuned. [narration by Don Ferris]

709. The King's Demons (08/14/1988)
Intro: Tonight, the TARDIS materializes in a jousting match in medieval England. The guest of honor, King John, seems not at all perturbed. One would not have to be a skeptic to suspect such behavior, and "The King's Demons" are no exception.

Outro: Next week, the original inhabitants of the Earth, the Silurians and the Sea Devils, devise an insidious plot to regain possession of the planet. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor and his companions confront the "Warriors of the Deep."

710. Warriors of the Deep (08/21/1988)
Intro: The Silurians and The Sea Devils have a plan that will destroy all human life and allow them to regain control of the planet they inhabited first. Tonight, The Doctor and mankind are challenged by the "Warriors of the Deep."

Outro: Next week, a recreation of the English Civil War battle between the Roundheads and the royalists leads us to a present-day challenge from the 17th century. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Awakening." [narration by Don Ferris]

712. Frontios (09/04/1988)
Intro:

Outro: Who or what would risk destruction in order to release Davros from his frozen tomb aboard a prison space station? The question answers itself in the title of next week's adventure. Join us next Sunday evening at 11 and witness the "Resurrection of the Daleks."

713. Resurrection of the Daleks (09/11/1988)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor meets Perpugillam Brown which precipitates a journey to the planet of Sarn, on the verge of being destroyed by volcanic activity. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when we journey to the "Planet of Fire."

714. Planet of Fire (09/18/1988)
Intro: As The Doctor battles The Master and Davros across the stars, on planet Earth, Republicans and Democrats prepare to face each other in heated debate. Though The Doctor cares little about the politics of man, the compulsion to show the presidential debate is, on Earth, very strong. And because of it, The Doctor will begin at midnight next Sunday. But tonight, we tarry no longer: the mysteries of the "Planet of Fire" await.

Outro: Because of the presidential debate, next week's adventure will begin an hour later than usual. When you join us at midnight, we'll find Turlough back home, Peri aboard, the TARDIS will land on the planet Androzani Minor where our protagonist will find himself in a sticky wicket. To determine just how sticky, be with us next Sunday at midnight for "The Caves of Androzani."

715. The Caves of Androzani (09/25/1988)
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Outro: [How] will this burly, curly haired regeneration of The Doctor comport himself? We will know in the fullness of time when, next Sunday evening at 11, he confronts "The Twin Dilemma."

716. The Twin Dilemma (10/02/1988)
Intro: As sometimes happens, the regeneration has not gone well and The Doctor decides to retreat to the planet of Titan 3 until he can work things out. Unfortunately "The Twin Dilemma" will follow him there. [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Peri investigate an intergalactic distress call and meet an old nemesis. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and witness the "Attack of the Cybermen." [narration by Don Ferris]

717. Attack of the Cybermen (10/09/1988)
Intro: The Cybermen are in trouble, beaten off Telos by the Cryons. Where to go? Well, Earth would be nice, but that would mean changing history. Can they do it? The answer will follow in The "Attack of the Cybermen."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor stars in a video nasty on the planet Varos. Considering that the stars of the nasties often die, it would seem the Time Lord might have a problem. We'll learn if he escapes "Vengeance on Varos," next Sunday evening at 11. [narration by Don Ferris]

718. Vengeance on Varos (10/16/1988)
Intro: On the planet Varos slaves are kept mollified by watching video nasties. What are they? We will soon know. And The Doctor will learn what it's like to perform in one as well as the quality of "Vengeance on Varos."

Outro: Is she the mistress of a local bathhouse or is she a notorious Time Lady? The Doctor will search for the answer as well as who is seeking to retard the development of the Earth when we discover "The Mark of Rani [sic]," next Sunday night at 11. [unknown male announcer]

722. Timelash (11/13/1988)
Intro: Tonight we meet Tekker of Karfel and Herbert of Earth. One is less than he seems to be, the other, more. And someone wants to turn Peri into something other than what she is. The Byzantine plot unwinds next in "Timelash."

Outro: Next week, the secret of Tranquil Repose is exposed when The Doctor and Peri arrive in Necros. Join us next Sunday night at 11 and be apprised with the "Revelation of the Daleks." [narration by Don Ferris]

723. Revelation of the Daleks (11/20/1988)
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Outro: Next Sunday night, we begin a 4-part Colin Baker adventure which has never been broadcast in Chicago before. Join us then for part one of "Trial of a Time Lord."

724. The Trial of a Time Lord, pt. 1 (11/27/1988)
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Outro: Next week, the case against The Doctor and Peri continues, and Kiv, the leader of The Doctor's old enemy Sil, finds being brainy can be a problem. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when "The Trial of a Time Lord" continues. [narration by Don Ferris]

725. The Trial of a Time Lord, pt. 2 (12/04/1988)
Intro: Tonight, we learn that it is possible to be too brainy and that such palliatives as exist(?) are daunting. Stay tuned if you dare as "The Trial of a Time Lord" continues. [narration by Don Ferris]

Outro: Next week, accompanied by his new assistant Melanie, The Doctor begins his defense which will be interrupted on occasion by an impending catastrophe. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when "The Trial of a Time Lord" continues. [narration by Don Ferris]

727. The Trial of a Time Lord, pt. 4 (12/18/1988)
Intro: The Doctor completes his evidence and wonders whether his friends from the past and the future will help him win his case in the startling conclusion of "The Trial of a Time Lord."

Outro: Next week, The Rani sends the TARDIS off course to land on the planet Lakertya, triggering The Doctor's sixth regeneration into a new physical form. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when Sylvester McCoy makes his first Chicago television appearance in "Time and the Rani."

728. Time and the Rani (12/25/1988)
Intro: That sultry, fallen Time Lord The Rani, and her batty henchmen the Tetraps, oppress the lethargic local population on Lakertya while they work on a sinister project. Enter The Doctor, but not of his own volition. Tonight, the new Doctor arrives to encounter "Time and the Rani." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Paradise Towers won a lot of awards in the twenty-first century. It might even be a nice place to live now if it weren't for the Kangs, the Caretakers and, well, you'll learn soon enough, next Sunday night at 11 when we journey to "Paradise Towers."

729. Paradise Towers (01/01/1989)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and Mel set off for the futuristic resort planet of Paradise Towers in search of a well earned rest. But they haven't reckoned on the Kangs, or the Caretakers, or the Rezzies, or the Mark 7. Looks like a full menu at "Paradise Towers." [narration by Joan Kohn]

Outro: Next week, when the TARDIS lands behind a gigantic tollbooth, The Doctor and Mel think will their worst problem will be failing to find the right change. To see how mistaken they will be, join us next Sunday at 11 and meet "Delta and the Bannermen."

730. Delta and the Bannermen (01/08/1989)
Intro: Join us now as Nostalgia Tours, an alien travel company which organizes vacations for extraterrestrials, takes us to the planet Earth in the year 1959 to meet "Delta and the Bannermen." The Doctor and Melanie will be along, too.

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Melanie travel to the planet Spartos where they receive a very cool reception from Kane, the boss of the Iceworld. Join us next Sunday at 11 and watch the race for the "Dragonfire."

731. Dragonfire (01/15/1989)
Intro: Here is an announcement of intergalactic consequence for all followers of The Doctor. For reasons beyond our control (could it be the work of The Master?), only four Sylvester McCoy programs are available in the United States. And tonight's presentation is the fourth of them. We are reliably informed that the remainder will be available to us, and of course to you, starting March 5th. Until then you'll be watching Jon Pertwee as The Doctor starting next week with "Spearhead from Space." But tonight here is our last Sylvester McCoy adventure until March 5th, "Dragonfire."

Outro: For those followers of The Doctor who could not give us their complete attention at the beginning of this program, we repeat that tonight's adventure was the last of the four Sylvester McCoy episodes presently available in this country. We have been assured the remainder will be available for broadcast beginning March 5th. In the interim we'll be presenting landmark episodes of Doctor Who. Next week, we go back to the very beginning for William Hartnell in "An Unearthly Child."

732. Spearhead from Space (01/22/1989)
Intro: Until Sylvester McCoy returns on March the 5th, we travel back in time to The Doctor's third regeneration [sic] and the first appearance of Jon Pertwee. He is joined by Liz Shaw and The Brigadier and Bessie in "Spearhead from Space."

Outro: Next week, a crisis develops on a top secret drilling project which hopes to penetrate the Earth's crust and release a new energy source. Join us next Sunday at 11 when The Doctor does his best to prevent the release of the full force of the "Inferno."

733. Inferno, pt. 1 (01/29/1989)
Intro: Seeking a new power source from deep within the Earth, scientists release an unforeseen horror that threatens to explode the planet. Enter The Doctor. But is he too late? Tonight, the awful result of Project "Inferno." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: If these are The Doctor's friends, he doesn't need enemies. Will he be able to save the parallel world from destruction? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "Inferno."

734. Inferno, pt. 2 (02/05/1989)
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Outro: Next week, we meet The Axons: humanoid, beautiful and friendly. But The Doctor is suspicious. Is he an Axophobe? Or does he have an ax to grind? Join us next Sunday evening at 11 for the answer and encounter "The Claws of Axos."

735. The Claws of Axos (02/12/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Jo are dispatched to an Earth-like planet in the year 2471 and the "Colony in Space."

736. Colony in Space, pt. 1 (02/19/1989)
Intro:

Outro: The Doomsday machine becomes the cynosure, and with good reason, implicit in its name. Who will gain control? Be with us next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "Colony in Space."

737. Colony in Space, pt. 2 (02/26/1989)
Intro: Can The Doctor rescue Jo from the primitives? Can he deal with The Guardian? Can he cope with The Master? Can he contain the doomsday machine? The answers to these profound and disturbing questions will be forthcoming in the conclusion of "Colony in Space."

Outro: Next week, as we promised several fortnights ago, Sylvester McCoy returns as The Doctor. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Remembrance of the Daleks." [narration by Don Ferris]

738. Remembrance of the Daleks (03/05/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Ace meet The Kandyman, and a militia with a name that belies its mission. Be with us next Sunday at 11 and learn what lies behind the façade of Terra Alpha and "The Happiness Patrol."

739. The Happiness Patrol (03/12/1989)
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Outro: Next week, a meteor crashes to Earth. It holds a statue fired into space 350 years before. The Doctor and Ace will find themselves between enemies from 1638 to 1988 and the Cybermen in the desperate struggle for the "Silver Nemesis."

740. Silver Nemesis (03/19/1989)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Ace travel to the planet Segonax to visit the psychic circus. But the circus has been corrupted. It is no longer an innocent, futuristic entertainment. It is now a deathtrap. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "The Greatest Show in the Galaxy."

741. The Greatest Show in the Galaxy (03/26/1989)
Intro: There is trouble on the circus on Segonax, and it will take more than a shout of "hey rube" to overcome it. The Doctor and Ace will soon take their star turns in "The Greatest Show in the Galaxy."

Outro: With tonight's adventure we bid a fond farewell to the Doctor Sylvester McCoy regeneration. But we expect him back anon. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 to cheer the return of Jon Pertwee in the "Day of the Daleks."

742. Day of the Daleks (04/02/1989)
Intro:

Outro: The Planet Peladon has applied for membership to the Galactic Federation. Next week, at the behest of the Time Lords, The Doctor and Jo will journey thence to assess their candidacy. Be with us next Sunday at 11 and learn the consequences of "The Curse of Peladon."

744. The Sea Devils, pt. 1 (04/16/1989)
Intro: The Sea Devils ruled the Earth a million years ago and now they want it back. They have a powerful ally in The Master. This is indeed a serious situation. So serious it will take two weeks to resolve, so let's two it.

Outro: Next week, The Master meets our clever, reptilian submariners. Whatever will they say to each other? One needn't conjecture, one need only tune in next Sunday evening at 11 for the conclusion of "The Sea Devils."

745. The Sea Devils, pt. 2 (04/23/1989)
Intro: The Sea Devils, summoned by The Master, meet him and forge an agreement. The Doctor, in an attempt to sunder this unholy alliance, must descend to the floor of the sea. Will his effort succeed? We will know in the fullness of time as we view the conclusion of "The Sea Devils."

Outro: Next week, the Time Lords send The Doctor and Jo to the planet Solos to deliver a mysterious message to an unknown party. They will meet The Marshall and discover his horrifying hobby. You will learn more when the tale of "The Mutants" unfolds, next Sunday evening at 11.

746. The Mutants, pt. 1 (04/30/1989)
Intro: The planet Solos is about to become independent from Earth. This does not please The Marshal, whose power will vanish and whose favorite sport will go a glimmering. His response is not likely to be pleasant to The Doctor, or any other beings, including "The Mutants."

Outro: What knowledge is contained in scrolls? Will The Doctor find a way to repel The Marshal's gas attack? Will I ever stop asking questions? Yes, right now. But here is a statement: "The Mutants" will conclude next Sunday night at 11.

747. The Mutants, pt. 2 (05/07/1989)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor will follow The Master to Atlantis, seeking to prevent his theft of the Great Crystal of Kronos. If he fails, we'll all be doomed and there will be no time. My time is your time so you'd better be here at 11 next Sunday night or "The Time Monster" will get you if you don't watch out.

748. The Time Monster, pt. 1 (05/14/1989)
Intro: Working for Professor Thascales can be time consuming as his assistant will learn with dismay. But the implications are far greater, you will learn, when we travel to Atlantis for our rendezvous with Doctor Who and "The Time Monster."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and The Master, in their respective TARDISes, begin their journeys to Atlantis. The Doctor will appeal to The Master not to summon Kronos and risk universal disaster. But you know what good that will do. Join us for the conclusion of "The Time Monster," next Sunday evening at 11, if you have the time.

749. The Time Monster, pt. 2 (05/21/1989)
Intro: We Earthlings do not have the total recall of a Time Lord. We do, however, have the imagination to produce a synopsis of the first part of "The Time Monster" to refresh our inferior memories and to facilitate our appreciation of part two of "The Time Monster." [followed by five minutes of clips from episode one]

Outro: The energy of the Time Lords is being drained by a black hole and their only chance is to send The Doctor's two previous selves, hence the inspired title of next week's adventure, "The Three Doctors."

750. The Three Doctors (05/28/1989)
Intro: How do you deal with a sentient being with great power who has lived for thousands of years in a black hole in an anti-matter universe and wants out, and will destroy the universe if it doesn't succeed? Would you send for The Kingston Trio? Curly, Larry and Moe? Or "The Three Doctors"

Outro: Now that they are free to travel in time and space again, The Doctor will propose a trip to the famous blue planet Metebelis Three for a little rest and recreation. Tune in to see if they need a new travel agent next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor and Jo become captivated, or is it captured, by the "Carnival of Monsters."

751. Carnival of Monsters (06/04/1989)
Intro: The villagers of Llanfairfach in Wales are delighted when Global Chemicals decides to build a factory there. But their delight is short-lived when refinery waste discloses some surprises. Stay tuned if you dare for "The Green Death."

Outro: Tonight the TARDIS materialized on a putative cargo ship. Next week, it will appear in a real cargo ship, a Earth space ship, which will promptly be attacked. Is there no end to these misadventures? Fortunately, no. Join us next Sunday night at 11 for "Frontier in Space."

752. Frontier in Space, pt. 1 (06/11/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, we will learn exactly what The Master has cooked up and who is behind the grandiose dream of the Draconians. Join us next Sunday night at 11 for the astonishing conclusion of "Frontier in Space."

753. Frontier in Space, pt. 2 (06/18/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week's episode will be enough to chill you, though probably not to the degree it will The Doctor's antagonists. Come with us to Spiridon, "Planet of the Daleks," next Sunday night at 11.

754. Planet of the Daleks (06/25/1989)
Intro: Tonight, pursuing the Daleks, The Doctor materializes on the planet Spiridon. Will he recover quickly enough from his wounds to stop his [...?] enemies? The answer will soon be known as we visit the "Planet of the Daleks." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Green maggots, green slime, and other delights await us next Sunday night at 11. A time for "The Green Death."

755. The Green Death, pt. 1 (07/02/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Will The Doctor be able to stop the green maggots and the maniac computer? Is Jo Grant getting pretty friendly with Professor Jones? The answers to these questions and a few I haven't asked next Sunday night at 11 in the conclusion of "The Green Death."

756. The Green Death, pt. 2 (07/09/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Will The Doctor be lonely without the companionship of Jo Grant? Not for long. We'll meet a charming stowaway during the course of "The Time Warrior," next Sunday night at 11.

758. Invasion of the Dinosaurs (07/23/1989)
Intro: Welcome. I knew you'd be watching tonight for the unraveling of last week's contretemps. It was not a devious intergalactic plot after all, merely an Earthly miscalculation in which a tape number and program number were not interfaced as planned. All that was lost is time as you're about to learn in this exposition of our future plans. Note well: "The Monster of Peladon" will be shown in its entirety on August the 6th. "The Time Monster" will be broadcast on August 13th and the "Invasion of the Dinosaurs" will commence immediately. [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, a space plague will threaten all creatures in the galaxy and the antidote is found only on a planet inhabited by a savagely hostile and degenerate race, and that won't be The Doctor's only problem. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for "Death to the Daleks."

759. Death to the Daleks (07/30/1989)
Intro: Tonight, a space plague attacks every living thing in the galaxy. The antidote can only be found on a planet that is home to a savagely hostile and degenerate race. And that will not be The Doctor's only problem as one might infer from the title of tonight's adventure: "Death to the Daleks." [unknown female announcer]

Outro: One half of "The Monster of Peladon" surprisingly emerged on our air two weeks ago. Next week, we'll bring you the entire creature. Join us next Sunday at 10 for the complete "Monster of Peladon." [narration by Don Ferris]

760. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 1 (08/06/1989)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor returns to Peladon after an absence of fifty years and finds to his consternation that the monster of Aggedor is again spreading terror and death. We have no doubt as to The Doctor's ability to put things right, but be forewarned: it will take quite a while.

Outro: Keep the coffee hot, the conclusion of "The Monster of Peladon" follows almost immediately.

761. The Monster of Peladon, pt. 2 (08/06/1989)
Intro:

Outro: It waxes late, so I shall not presume further on your evening, save to note that next Sunday night will bring "The Time Warrior." You are probably fighting time yourself at this moment, so I bid you good night.

762. The Time Warrior (08/13/1989)
Intro: A captain of the Sontaran race lands his crippled starship on medieval Earth, leading a local robber chief to wonder who could stand in his way if he were armed with the weapons of the future. That is but one compelling aspect of "The Time Warrior."

Outro: Next week, we meet The Great One, and it ain't Jackie Gleason. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and away we go to the "Planet of the Spiders."

764. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 2 (08/27/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, the regenerated Time Lord is given over to the care of a UNIT medical doctor. But his recovery must perforce be swift to challenge the menace of an impregnable machine. Be with us next Sunday night at 10 [sic] for "Robot."

766. The Ark in Space (09/10/1989)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor gets "waspish" and attempts to deliver his foe a stinging defeat. The buzzword is "danger" in the conclusion of "The Ark in Space." [unknown male announcer]

Outro: Next week, The Doctor, Harry and Sarah return to Earth, expecting to find a deserted planet. What they do find will provide the making of "The Sontaran Experiment," next Sunday night at 11.

768. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (09/24/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Will The Doctor be able to fulfill his charge from The Time Lords? Or will Davros and his unscrupulous minions prevail? Questions to ponder until next Sunday night at 11 and the conclusion of the "Genesis of the Daleks."

769. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 2 (10/01/1989)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, a return to Nerva, the ark in space, and a horrible surprise. A plague has claimed all but a handful of frightened survivors. Who is responsible? Alas, the suspense may be diluted by a clue in the title of the adventure. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the "Revenge of the Cybermen."

770. Revenge of the Cybermen (10/08/1989)
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Outro: Next week, the question is, not whether there is a Loch Ness monster, but how many. And is there something worse in the depths? The answers will be revealed next Sunday night at 11 when we behold the "Terror of the Zygons."

771. Terror of the Zygons (10/15/1989)
Intro: The oil rigs of the North Sea have been disappearing. Can the fault lie with a band of over-zealous environmentalists? Don't bet the ranch on it. A more plausible explanation is that it's connected to the "Terror of the Zygons."

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Sarah, on their way back to London from Loch Ness, will receive a mayday call and will suddenly find themselves on Zeta Minor, a planet on the outer fringes of the known universe. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the passage to the "Planet of Evil."

776. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 1 (11/19/1989)
Intro: Deep in the permafrost of the Antarctic, scientists discover a vegetable pod. When The Doctor is consulted in London, he flies out at once. He has met the Krynoid before and does not take lightly. "The Seeds of Doom."

Outro:

777. The Seeds of Doom, pt. 2 (11/26/1989)
Intro: One Krynoid is down, and one to go, if indeed it can be got. To be grammatically and numerically correct I will take the liberty of retitling the conclusion of this adventure: "The Seed of Doom."

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778. The Masque of Mandragora (12/03/1989)
Intro: Next week, a mysterious energy field will force the TARDIS and its occupants to land in Renaissance Italy. Not for a plate of Fettuccini Alfredo, but for a meeting with The Brethren of Demnos. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor and Sarah confront "The Masque of Mandragora."

Outro: Next week, Sarah discovers a handy relic in a quarry and soon finds that a hands-off policy would likely have been a handsome option. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 and shake hands with "The Hand of Fear."

783. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 1 (01/05/1990)
Intro:

Outro: The concatenation of bizarre events will continue apace next Friday night at 11 in the conclusion of "The Talons of Weng-Chaing."

784. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 2 (01/12/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, barricaded in the lamp room of a lighthouse, The Doctor and Leela face the onslaught of a Rutan intelligence agent who has been using the tower for his own wicked purposes. Be with us next Friday night at 11 for "Horror at Fang Rock." (sic)

786. The Invisible Enemy (01/26/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, on Pluto, The Doctor discovers a commercial power company that doesn't have to appeal to the commerce commission to raise its rates. Join us next Friday night at 11 for "The Sun Makers." [narration by Don Ferris]

787. The Sun Makers (02/02/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor lands on present-day Earth and discovers a scientist whose skullduggery might cause the death of everyone on the planet. Be with us next Friday night at 11 and behold the "Image of the Fendahl."

788. Image of the Fendahl (02/09/1990)
Intro: Using the sonic time scan machine is a highly dangerous procedure. Tonight, The Doctor and Leela seek to determine who on Earth is doing it and why. Their answer and yours will be found in "The Image of the Fendahl." [narration by Don Ferris, over the title sequence]

Outro: Next week, on a mission to find a spacecraft from a planet which exploded one hundred millennia ago, The Doctor and Leela land on a planet on the edge of creation. But, as is frequently the case in intergalactic travel, things are not always as they seem. Be with us next Friday night at 11 and learn the secrets of the "Underworld."

789. Underworld (02/16/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor returns to his home planet of Gallifrey to claim his position as president. Then, to everyone's horror, he makes an astonishing decision. Be with us next Friday night at 11 and witness "The Invasion of Time."

790. The Invasion of Time, pt. 1 (02/23/1990)
Intro:

Outro: The fog of mystery begins to lift. But there is much we and The Doctor have yet to learn. Who sent these beings? How can they be overcome? Can Gallifrey be saved? I can only advise patience. It is the ally in overcoming "The Invasion of Time," which will itself be untimely, beginning at 12:20am, next Friday night.

791. The Invasion of Time, pt. 2 (03/02/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor, K-9 and The Doctor's new companion Romanadvoratrelundar begin an epic quest to find the segments to the key to time. Be with us next Friday night at 11 for the first step: "The Ribos Operation."

804. The Leisure Hive (06/01/1990)
Intro: Tonight, The Doctor and Romana leave for a vacation at the English seaside resort of Brighton. Finding it disappointing, they set out for the Disney World of the universe, the resort planet of Argolis. All things considered, Brighton would have been less stressful as we will soon learn when we accompany our travelers to "The Leisure Hive."

Outro: Next week, we'll feature General Grugger and the Gaztaks. Don't call your favorite ticket service just yet, they're not a heavy metal group, at least not in the terms we understand. Be with us next Friday night at 11:00 when kindly old Zastor of Tigella sends for his pal The Doctor. Together they will check out "Meglos."

813. Kinda (08/04/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night as The Doctor returns in the adventure of "The Visitation." And coming up next on 11, The 90's turns the video camera to the subjects of architecture and design. From the homeless in Philadelphia to the first McDonalds in the Soviet Union, the function of architecture and society is given The 90's treatment. Stay with us. [unknown female announcer]

816. Earthshock (08/25/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor has the unusual task of tracking down a missing airplane. Not just any airplane, but a Concorde. And not just any flight, a flight through time as well as space. Be with us next Sunday at 10:30 for "Time-Flight." [narration by Don Ferris]

817. Time-Flight (09/01/1990)
Intro: Tonight, the world's most elegant aircraft tumbles backwards in time and thunders to a touchdown in a bleak, primeval landscape. The Concorde was not designed as a time machine. Yet this night it will embark upon an unscheduled "Time-Flight." [narration by Don Ferris]

Outro: Next week, the High Council of Time Lords summon The Doctor home for some very bad news: someone has stolen his biopattern. Solution: the termination of his present regeneration. But, perhaps a solution to this mystery need not be so drastic. We shall see next Sunday [sic] night at 11:30 in "Arc of Infinity." [narration by Don Ferris]

820. Mawdryn Undead (09/22/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, The Doctor and Nyssa will find themselves aboard a space liner. The cargo: space lepers being transported to "Terminus" for a cure. But why is "Terminus" the exact center of the universe? A question for us all to ponder until next Saturday night at 10:30. [narration by Don Ferris] Next week, The Doctor and Nyssa will find themselves aboard a space liner. The cargo: space lepers being transported to "Terminus" for a cure. But why is "Terminus" the exact center of the universe? A question for us all to ponder until next Saturday night at 10:30. [narration by Don Ferris]

821. Terminus (09/29/1990)
Intro: Here is an important message for fans of Doctor Who: Starting this Monday, The Doctor will be appearing nightly, Monday through Thursday at 12:30am. I repeat: Starting this Monday, The Doctor will be seen nightly, Monday through Thursday at 12:30am. And now join us as we depart for "Terminus."

Outro: A reminder that starting this Monday, The Doctor will be here every night, Monday through Thursday at 12:30am. Join us Monday night at thirty minutes past midnight for "Spearhead."

822. Spearhead from Space (10/01/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

823. Inferno, pt. 1 (10/02/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

824. Inferno, pt. 2 (10/03/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

825. The Claws of Axos (10/04/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

827. Colony in Space, pt. 2 (10/09/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

828. The Curse of Peladon (10/10/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

829. The Sea Devils, pt. 1 (10/11/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

831. The Mutants, pt. 1 (10/16/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

832. The Mutants, pt. 2 (10/17/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us tomorrow night at 1 when The Doctor tests his mettle against "The Time Monster."

833. The Time Monster, pt. 1 (10/18/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

834. The Time Monster, pt. 2 (10/22/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

835. The Three Doctors (10/23/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

837. Frontier in Space, pt. 1 (10/25/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

838. Frontier in Space, pt. 2 (10/29/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

839. Planet of the Daleks (10/30/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

840. The Green Death, pt. 1 (10/31/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

841. The Green Death, pt. 2 (11/01/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

842. The Time Warrior (11/05/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

843. Invasion of the Dinosaurs (11/06/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

844. Death to the Daleks (11/07/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

845. The Mind of Evil, pt. 1 (11/08/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

846. The Mind of Evil, pt. 2 (11/12/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

847. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 1 (11/13/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

848. Planet of the Spiders, pt. 2 (11/14/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

849. Robot (11/15/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

850. The Ark in Space (11/19/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

851. The Sontaran Experiment (11/20/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

852. Genesis of the Daleks, pt. 1 (11/22/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

855. Terror of the Zygons (11/28/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

865. The Face of Evil (12/17/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

866. The Robots of Death (12/18/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

867. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, pt. 1 (12/19/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

870. The Invisible Enemy (12/26/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Join us again tomorrow night at 12:30 for another exciting Doctor Who adventure.

871. The Sun Makers (12/27/1990)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us Monday night at 12:30 for the next installment of The Doctor's travails. We'll see you then.

872. Image of the Fendahl (01/06/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11:00 for The Doctor's adventures in "Underworld." [narration by Don Ferris]

873. Underworld (01/13/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11:00 when The Doctor brings all his Time Lordly powers into play in confronting "The Invasion of Time." [narration by Don Ferris]

874. The Invasion of Time, pt. 1 (01/20/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, Doctor Who continues this gargantuan contretemps. Be with us Sunday night at 11:00 for the conclusion of "The Invasion of Time."

875. The Invasion of Time, pt. 2 (01/27/1991)
Intro:

Outro: We welcome your return next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor becomes embroiled in "The Ribos Operation." [narration by Don Ferris]

876. The Ribos Operation (02/03/1991)
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Outro: Next week, The Doctor screws his courage to the sticking place, and sets out for "The Pirate Planet." Join him next Sunday night at 11. [narration by Jody?]

878. The Stones of Blood (02/17/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, Doctor Who must face "The Androids of Tara." Join us next Sunday at 11:00 when the battle ensues. [narration by Joan Kohn]

879. The Androids of Tara (02/24/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor will test his mettle against "The Power of Kroll." [narration by Joan Kohn]

883. The Creature from the Pit (03/24/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Don't go to bed just yet. Another Doctor Who adventure follows in a trice. Stay tuned and share in the "Nightmare of Eden." And be with us next Sunday at 11:00 for another Doctor Who doubleheader: "The Horns of Nimon" and "The Leisure Hive." [narration by Don Ferris]

885. The Horns of Nimon (03/31/1991)
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Outro: Don't leave your sets. The Doctor is about to go on holiday and you won't want to miss the fun of "The Leisure Hive." And don't forget to be with us next week for two more Doctor Who adventures: "Meglos" and "Full Circle."

887. Meglos (04/07/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Stay tuned now as The Doctor comes "Full Circle". And be with us next Sunday night at 11:00 for two more Doctor Who adventures: "State of Decay" and "Warriors' Gate."

889. State of Decay (04/14/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11:00 when we meet the "Keeper of Traken." Stay with us now as The Doctor makes an ill-advised entrance through "Warriors' Gate." [narration by Don Ferris]

893. The Twin Dilemma (04/28/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Some of your favorite love-to-hate creatures are coming and are they mad. Be with us next Sunday night at 11 for the "Attack of the Cybermen." [narration by Don Ferris]

894. Attack of the Cybermen (05/05/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor must face the "Vengeance of Varos" (sic) [narration by Don Ferris]

895. Vengeance on Varos (05/12/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when we begin the compelling adventure of "The Two Doctors." [narration by Don Ferris]

897. The Two Doctors, pt. 2 (05/26/1991)
Intro:

Outro: When The Doctor returns next Sunday night at 11, we will all learn the meaning of the word "Timelash." [narration by Don Ferris]

898. Timelash (06/02/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Will The Doctor get a fair shake as he steps before the bar on Gallifrey? Watch "Trial of a Time Lord," next Sunday night at 11:00

899. The Trial of a Time Lord, pt. 1 (06/09/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us for the startling conclusion of "Trial of a Time Lord," next Sunday night at 11. [wrong tape played] [narration by Don Ferris]

902. The Trial of a Time Lord, pt. 4 (07/07/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Next week, Sylvester McCoy returns as The Doctor. Join us next Sunday at 11 for "Time and the Rani."

903. Time and the Rani (07/14/1991)
Intro:

Outro: We'll follow The Doctor to "Paradise Towers" next Sunday night at 11 on Doctor Who.

904. Paradise Towers (07/21/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us next Sunday night at 11 when The Doctor contends with "Delta and the Bannermen."

905. Delta and the Bannermen (07/28/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us when The Doctor matches his acumen and intrepidity with that of "Dragonfire," next Sunday night at 11 [narration by Don Ferris]

906. Dragonfire (08/04/1991)
Intro:

Outro: Be with us when we indulge ourselves in "Remembrance of Daleks," [sic] next Sunday evening at 11. [narration by Joan Kohn]

907. Remembrance of the Daleks (08/11/1991)
Intro:

Outro: The Doctor will make a slight leap in time to a different sector of the clock dial next week. Be with us next Sunday at just after midnight for "The Happiness Patrol."

909. Silver Nemesis (08/25/1991)
Intro:

Outro: They say that all good things must come to an end. For sixteen years we've brought you the greatest show in the galaxy, Doctor Who. Next week's adventure is the final episode in the series. And it's time for the good Doctor to walk into the sunset. The good news is that starting two weeks from tonight, we'll be able to bring you the return of Patrick McGoohan as The Prisoner. Don't miss the first episode of The Prisoner, two weeks from tonight, here on Channel 11. [promo following the episode]

911. Day of the Daleks (07/07/1996)
Intro: When the WTTW Doctor Who Summerfest continues, we'll be pleased to revive more pleasant memories of the great ones of Gallifrey. Be with us for "The Three Doctors," next Sunday night at 11.

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912. The Three Doctors (07/14/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton and Jon Pertwee appear in the adventure known as "The Three Doctors."

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913. The Five Doctors (07/21/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Perhaps you have trouble deciding which of The Doctors is your favorite. Maybe you just love 'em all. Well, tonight, you get to enjoy five of them in one sitting in an installment appropriately titled "The Five Doctors." A Doctor here, a Doctor there, The Doctor seems to be everywhere. [unknown female announcer]

Outro:

914. Pyramids of Mars (07/28/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, robot mummies assist Professor Marcus Scarman in unleashing the greatest peril our world has ever known as Tom Baker stars with Elisabeth Sladen in "Pyramids of Mars." [narration by Don Ferris]

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916. Earthshock (08/11/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, Doctor Number 5, Peter Davison stars in "Earthshock." [narration by Don Ferris]

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918. Ghost Light (08/25/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, stay up late to enjoy the malice and mayhem of an episode never before shown on Channel 11. It's "Ghost Light," starring Sylvester McCoy. [unknown male announcer]

Outro:

919. The Curse of Fenric (09/01/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, we're going to show you another installment never before seen here on your window to the world. It's "The Curse of Fenric," starring Sylvester McCoy. [unknown male announcer]

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920. Survival (09/08/1996)
Intro: It's a summer-long festival of some of the greatest Doctor Who adventures. Tonight, Sylvester McCoy is The Doctor in an escapade of special interest to cat lovers. It's a matter of "Survival" for The Doctor and other living things. [narration by Don Ferris]

Outro: We hope you've enjoyed these journeys through space and time on our Doctor Who Summerfest which has run its course with tonight's presentation.