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Doctor Who #4: (BBC)(1974-81) Tom Baker
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: David Moore

references:
Radio Times, British Film Institute, Internet Movie Database

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DOCTOR WHO
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BBC Television Production
Created by Terry Nation
UK Sci-Fi series 1963 to1989 + 1996 + 2005 to present
Starring:
Tom Baker  as The Doctor #4 (series 12-18)(1974-81)
With:
 Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith (series 11-14)
Ian Marter as Harry Sullivan (regular, series 12, recurring series 13)
Louise Jameson as Leela (series 14-15)
John Leeson as the voice of K-9 (series 14-16, 18) and David Brierly (series 17)
Mary Tamm as Romana #1  (series 16) and Lalla Ward as Romana #2 (series 17-18)
Matthew Waterhouse as Adric (series 18-19)
Sarah Sutton as Nyssa (series 18-20)
Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka (series 18-21)

Tom Baker/Doctor Who outtakes [YouTube]
Doctor Who - Tom Baker
Interview [YouTube]

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Doctor Who #4 (Dec 1974 - March 1981)
Tom Baker as The Doctor (series 12-18)
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Original series 12 [TB] 20 episodes, tx. December 28 1974 to May 10 1975, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4
(with Elisabeth Sladen)
28-Dec-1974 [TB+ES] Robot, 4 episodes, written by Terrance Dicks
25-Jan-1975 [TB+ES] The Ark in Space, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
22-Feb-1975 [TB+ES] The Sontaran Experiment, 2 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
08=Mar-1975 [TB+ES] Genesis of the Daleks, 6 episodes, written by Terry Nation
19-Apr-1975 [TB+ES] Revenge of the Cybermen, 4 episodes, written by Gerry Davis, Robert Holmes

Original series 13 [TB] 26 episodes, tx. August 30 1975 to March 6 1976, BBC1)
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4
(with Elisabeth Sladen)
30-Aug-1975 [TB+ES] Terror of the Zygons, 4 episodes, written by Robert Banks Stewart
27-Sep-1975 [TB+ES] Planet of Evil, 4 episodes, written by Louis Marks
25-Oct-1975 [TB+ES] Pyramids of Mars, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes, Lewis Greifer
22-Nov-1975 [TB+ES] The Android Invasion, 4 episodes, written by Terry Nation
03-Jan-1976 [TB+ES] The Brain of Morbius, 4 episodes, written by Terrance Dicks
31-Jan-1976 [TB+ES] The Seeds of Doom, 6 episodes, written by Robert Banks Stewart

Original series 14 [TB] 26 episodes, tx. September 4 1976 to April 2 1977, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4
(with Elisabeth Sladen)
04-Sep-1976 [TB+ES] The Masque of Mandragora, 4 episodes, written by Louis Marks
02-Oct-1976 [TB+ES] The Hand of Fear, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
30-Oct-1976 [TB+ES] The Deadly Assassin, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes  [exit ES]
01-Jan-1977 [TB+LJ] The Face of Evil, 4 episodes, written by Chris Boucher [enter LJ]
444. [TB+LJ] The Robots of Death, 4 episodes, written by Chris Boucher
448. [TB] The Talons of Weng-Chiang, 6 episodes, written by Robert Holmes

Original series 15 [TB] 26 episodes, tx. September 3 1977 to March 11 1978, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4 
(with Louise Jameson)
03-Sep-1977 [TB+LJ] Horror of Fang Rock, 4 episodes, written by Terrance Dicks
01-Oct-1977 [TB+LJ] The Invisible Enemy, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
29-Oct-1977 [TB+LJ] Image of the Fendahl, 4 episodes, written by Chris Boucher
26-Nov-1977 [TB+LJ] The Sunmakers, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
07-Jan-1978 [TB+LJ] Underworld, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin
04-Feb-1978 [TB+LJ] The Invasion of Time, 6 episodes, written by Anthony Read, Graham Williams

Original series 16 [TB] 26 episodes, tx. September 2 1978 to February 24 1979, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4 
(with Mary Tamm)
02-Sep-1978 [TB+MT] The Ribos Operation, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
30-Sep-1978 [TB+MT] The Pirate Planet, 4 episodes, written by Douglas Adams
28-Oct-1978 [TB+MT] The Stones of Blood, 4 episodes, written by David Fisher
25-Nov-1978 [TB+MT] The Androids of Tara, 4 episodes, written by David Fisher
23-Dec-1978 [TB+MT] The Power of Kroll, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes
20-Jan-1979 [TB+MT] The Armageddon Factor, 6 episodes, written by Bob Baker, Dave Martin

Original series 17 [TB] 20 episodes, tx. September 1 1979 to January 12 1980, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4  
(with Lalla Ward)
01-Sep-1979 [TB+LW] Destiny of the Daleks, 4 episodes, written by Terry Nation
29-Sep-1979 [TB+LW] City of Death, 4 episodes, written by Douglas Adams, Graham Williams
27-Oct-1979 [TB+LW] The Creature from the Pit, 4 episodes, written by David Fisher
24-Nov-1979 [TB+LW] Nightmare of Eden, 4 episodes, written by Bob Baker
22-Dec-1979 [TB+LW] The Horns of Nimon, 4 episodes, written by Anthony Read
[TB] Shada, 6 episodes, written by Douglas Adams. Filming was halted by a strike
and the story was neither finished nor aired.


Original series 18 [TB] 28 episodes, tx. August 30 1980 to March 21 1981, BBC1
Tom Baker as The Doctor #4

30-Aug-1980 [TB] The Leisure Hive, 4 episodes, written by David Fisher
27-Sep-1980 [TB] Meglos, 4 episodes, written by John Flanagan, Andrew McCulloch
25-Oct-1980 [TB] Full Circle, 4 episodes, written by Andrew Smith
22-Nov-1980 [TB] State of Decay, 4 episodes, written by Terrance Dicks
03-Jan-1981 [TB] Warrior's Gate, 4 episodes, written by Stephen Gallagher
31-Jan-1981 [TB] The Keeper of Traken, 4 episodes, written by Johnny Byrne
28-Feb-1981[TB] Logopolis, 4 episodes, written by Christopher H. Bidmead

End of Doctor Who #4 - Tom Baker / Replaced by Peter Davison

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