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'''Pennant Roberts''' ([[15 December (people)|15 December]] [[1940 (people)|1940]]-[[22 June (people)|22 June]] [[2010 (people)|2010]]<ref>[https://www.thestage.co.uk/features/obituaries/2010/pennant-roberts/ The Stage]</ref>) [[director|directed]] several ''[[Doctor Who]]'' television stories during the [[Tom Baker]] era and one each featuring [[Peter Davison]] and [[Colin Baker]]. His work included the uncompleted story ''[[Shada (TV story)|Shada]]'', [[Archive footage|footage]] from which was later repurposed for inclusion in the twentieth anniversary episode ''[[The Five Doctors (TV story)|The Five Doctors]]''.
 
'''Pennant Roberts''' ([[15 December (people)|15 December]] [[1940 (people)|1940]]-[[22 June (people)|22 June]] [[2010 (people)|2010]]<ref>[https://www.thestage.co.uk/features/obituaries/2010/pennant-roberts/ The Stage]</ref>) [[director|directed]] several ''[[Doctor Who]]'' television stories during the [[Tom Baker]] era and one each featuring [[Peter Davison]] and [[Colin Baker]]. His work included the uncompleted story ''[[Shada (TV story)|Shada]]'', [[Archive footage|footage]] from which was later repurposed for inclusion in the twentieth anniversary episode ''[[The Five Doctors (TV story)|The Five Doctors]]''.
   

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Pennant Roberts (15 December 1940-22 June 2010[1]) directed several Doctor Who television stories during the Tom Baker era and one each featuring Peter Davison and Colin Baker. His work included the uncompleted story Shada, footage from which was later repurposed for inclusion in the twentieth anniversary episode The Five Doctors.

He is the only person to direct Doctor Who stories in both the 1970s and the 1980s.

Outside of Doctor Who, he directed episodes of Doomwatch, Survivors and Blake's 7.

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