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Adventures in Space and Time was a documentary that looked at the history of Doctor Who, from its initial broadcast to the 1996 television movie. It was produced by BBC Manchester.

Main subject Edit

Beginning with the first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, the documentary charts the history of the show, analysing the style of the various eras and incarnations of the Doctor.

The documentary also shows the opinions of several interviewees about the show. Verity Lambert describes it as "part of growing up", several say whether they believed if Doctor Who should come back, and Tom Baker admits that "the BBC keeps sending me copies of the compilations, and I never look at them".

Additional topics covered Edit

In between each segment looking at the stages of the development of Doctor Who, the documentary also looks at various elements that are a seen thoughout the series as a whole, including:

People interviewed Edit

(in order of appearance)

Crew Edit

Notes Edit

It was repeated on 22 November 2003 as part of UK Gold's Doctor Who @40 weekend.

Home video releases Edit

As of April 2019 this documentary has not been made available commercially.

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