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On 23 November, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- 1963 - "An Unearthly Child" was first broadcast at 5:16 p.m. on BBC tv. Doctor Who was born.
- 1964 - Part three of the comic story The Klepton Parasites was first published in the 676th issue of TV Comic.
- 1968 - Episode four of The Invasion was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1968 - Part four of the TV Comic story Ice Cap Terror was first published.
- 1974 - Part seven of the TV Comic story Lords of the Ether was first published.
- 1983 - The Five Doctors was first broadcast on PBS. It was broadcast in the UK two days later.
- 1987 - Part one of Dragonfire was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1987 - Encyclopedia of The Worlds of Doctor Who: A-D was first published by Piccadilly Press.
- 1988 - Part one of Silver Nemesis was first broadcast on BBC1.
- 1995 - DWM 233 was first released by Marvel Comics.
- 1996 - Part six of the Radio Times comic story Ascendance was first published.
- 2000 - Howe's Transcendental Toybox was first published by Telos Publishing.
- 2001 - Time and Relative was first published by Telos Publishing.
- 2001 - The audio story Primeval was first released.
- 2002 - Foreign Devils was first published by Telos Publishing.
- 2003 - The second segment of Doctor Who @40 aired on UK Gold, along with part two of K9 presents.
- 2009 - The Judgment of Sutekh was first released by Magic Bullet Productions.
- 2013 - The Day of the Doctor was first broadcast on BBC One and in theatres. In theatres, specially filmed cinema introductions preceded the showing. Immediately afterwards, Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty aired on BBC Three.
- 2013 - The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot premièred on BBC Red Button.
- 2013 - Norton's Regeneration was broadcast on BBC One.
- 2016 - Silenced was first released by Big Finish.
- 2017 - The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Volume Two was first released by Big Finish.
- 2017 - Toby Hadoke's Who's Round 227 was released online.
- 2018 - Space, Light, and Super Movers was released online.
- The Latest News. Big Finish, via Internet Archive. Retrieved on 1 December 2001.
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