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Selected by Balarath Dinglemory for Throwback Thursday. Schoolteachers Ian and Barbara follow Susan home but all they find is a Police Box in a junkyard...

Taken from the very first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child. First broadcast on the 23rd November 1963.

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