The Five Faces of Doctor Who was a season of repeats organised by John Nathan-Turner, broadcast on BBC Two on consecutive evenings and which began in November 1981. He chose five 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:

(Monday 2 to Thursday 5 November 1981)
(Monday 9 to Thursday 12 November 1981)
(Monday 16 to Thursday 19 November 1981)
(Monday 23 to Thursday 26 November 1981)
(Monday 30 November to Thursday 1 December 1981)

Originally, 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.