Tuesday, April 13, 2010

BBC Archive - Doctor Who

The BBC have today added more Doctor Who content to the BBC Archive site, including; photographs, documents, BBC memos and Radio Times listings.

The new section of the website, 'The Changing Face Of Doctor Who' reveals how the first Doctor Who regneration - from William Hartnell to Patrick Troughton was planned in 1996 and details the recasting of the character over the decades.

Roly Keating, BBC Director, Archive Content, said: "The whole idea of regenerating the Doctor was a flash of genius that's kept Doctor Who fresh and exciting for 47 years now.

"As we welcome Matt Smith and Karen Gillan into the TARDIS, it's the perfect moment to remember his predecessors and also to celebrate the work of the BBC Archive in preserving these documents and photographs for future generations."

The new content is available on the BBC Archive Site.


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