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" "It must be borne with dignity, sir." TECHNICAL SPECS: Part 6 of Marco Polo, a story that has been entirely .

‘Doctor Who’ Birthday Gallery: The Best 15 Radio Times Covers  The First Cover (February 1964)  Doctor Who was first shown on British screens on November 23rd, 1963. The country  was gripped by Beatlemania, and a bitter winter was about to set in. 48  years later, Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction TV show ever, and shows no signs of flagging. So to celebrate 48th birthday of all things Time Lord, here are a  selection of covers from the Radio Times, depicting the show’s

Cover for Radio Times' February issue featuring William Hartnell as the Doctor, the very first time Doctor Who would feature on the cover of the television magazine, United Kingdom, published by BBC.

William Hartnell

A fangirl who loves Doctor Who and a certain silvery fox Doctor

The Crusade

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William Hartnell

The TARDIS lands in the Himalayas and the Doctor, Barbara, Ian and Susan meet Marco Polo.

Second Scottish Look Though outwardly warm, bumbling, and somewhat clownish, the Second Doctor had a darker, more cunning aspect to his personality — one which he usually kept hidden in order to carry out his plans.

Second Doctor

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Doctor Who 1x07 - The Escape. A Dalek reading LOL

Doctor Who 1x07 - The Escape. A Dalek reading LOL

The Doctor's grand-daughter Susan, with her History Teacher, Barbara Wright and Science Teacher, Ian Chesterton.

Susan Foreman, Barbara Wright & Ian Chesterton Ian sums Susan up as “A fifteen year old girl who is brilliant at some things and excruciatingly bad at others.