The Five Faces of Doctor Who was a season of repeats organised by John Nathan-Turner, broadcast on BBC Two on Monday to Thursday evenings and which began in November 1981. He chose five four-part adventures from the first four Doctors, including Logopolis as it featured the first on-screen appearance of Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor, and doing so justified the title of the season itself.

The stories chosen and the repeat transmission dates were:

Originally, Season 14's opening four-parter The Masque of Mandragora would also have been included to represent the Tom Baker era, but the season was curtailed from six to five serials at short notice.

A second season of repeats, titled Doctor Who and the Monsters, was broadcast on BBC One the following year.

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