The Filer vs. Filer fight in the lab is very amusing, not only because of the several glimpses of the stuntman doubling for Filer, but also because of the way the "metal" railings around the set wobble as they slam into them. See more...
The first episode of the Doctor Who story "The Crusades" was called "The Lion" (a reference to King Richard I, "The Lionheart") and was first broadcast on March 27, 1965. This episode was really bad. The only surviving copy was returned to the BBC Archives in January 1999, from a film collector in New Zealand, who had bought it at a car boot sale for $5.00NZ (about $3US). The vendor of this episode of Doctor Who had recovered it several years before from a landfill site in Wellington, New Zealand, where TV NZ had dumped it when clearing out its archives. See more...
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|Title||Doctor Who (1963)|
|Original entry||Doctor Who never really recovered from being taken off the air for 18 months in 1985-86. This is borne out by the audience viewing figures, which were consistently the lowest ever for any Season of Doctor Who. The average audience figure for season 26 was 4.19 million, with Part 1 of the story "Battlefield" getting the lowest EVER audience for a Doctor Who story: just 3.1 million. The last episode of Season 26 ("Survival", broadcast on 6th December 1989), which was also the last ever Doctor Who story, got an audience of 4.8 million...probably boosted slightly by fans of the show hearing that it was "the last one."|