UKTV is set to run repeats of classic episodes of Doctor Who next year to celebrate the programme’s 50th Anniversary. According to actor Frazer Hines, who tweeted the news tonight, UKTV will broadcast four of his stories with Patrick Troughton. The channel, which broadcasts in New Zealand and Australia, have announced:

“Starting at the beginning with An Unearthly Child
and William Hartnell as the First Doctor in January, one Doctor will be
showcased each month finishing with Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor
in November, marking the anniversary of first transmission on 23
November 1963.

Doctor Who will screen on Sunday afternoons from 6 January.”

The line-up for January and February can be found HERE, other stories include: The Aztecs, The Dalek Invasion of Earth, The War Machines, Tomb of the Cybermen, The Seeds of Death, The Mind Robber and The Dominators.

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