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Doctor Who #5: (BBC)(1982-84) Peter Davison
 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:
Peter Davison as The Doctor #5 (series 19-21)(1982-84)
With:
Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka (series 18-21)
 Matthew Waterhouse as Adric (series 18-19)
Sarah Sutton as Nyssa (series 18-20)

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Doctor Who #5 (Jan 1982 - March 1983)
Peter Davison as The Doctor (series 19-21)
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Original series 19 [PD] 26 episodes, tx. January 4 1982 to March 30 1982, BBC1
Peter Davison as The Doctor #5

04-Jan-1982 [PD] Castrovalva, 4 episodes, written by Christopher H. Bidmead
18-Jan-1982 [PD] Four to Doomsday, 4 episodes, written by Terence Dudley
01-Feb-1982 [PD] Kinda, 4 episodes, written by Christopher Bailey
15-Feb-1982 [PD] The Visitation, 4 episodes, written by Eric Saward
01-Mar-1982 [PD] Black Orchid, 2 episodes, written by Terence Dudley
08-Mar-1982 [PD] Earthshock, 4 episodes, written by Eric Saward
22-Mar-1982 [PD] Time-Flight, 4 episodes, written by Peter Grimwade

Original series 20 [PD] 22 episodes, tx. January 3 1983 to March 16 1983, BBC1
Peter Davison as The Doctor #5

03-Jan-1983 [PD] Arc of Infinity, 4 episodes, written by Johnny Byrne
18-Jan-1983 [PD] Snakedance, 4 episodes, written by Christopher Bailey
01-Feb-1983 [PD] Mawdryn Undead, 4 episodes, written by Peter Grimwade
15-Feb-1983 [PD] Terminus, 4 episodes, written by Stephen Gallagher
01-Mar-1983 [PD] Enlightenment, 4 episodes, written by Barbara Clegg
15-Mar-1983 [PD] The King's Demons, 2 episodes, written by Terence Dudley

Special, tx. November 25 1983, BBC1
 25-Nov-1983 [--] The Five Doctors, 90 minutes, written by Terrance Dicks

Original series 21 [PD] 22 episodes, tx. January 5 1984 to March 30 1984, BBC1
Peter Davison as The Doctor #5
  05-Jan-1984 [PD] Warriors of the Deep, 4 episodes, written by Johnny Byrne
 19-Jan-1984 [PD] The Awakening, 2 episodes, written by Eric Pringle
 26-Jan-1984 [PD] Frontios, 4 episodes, written by Christopher H. Bidmead
  08-Feb-1984 [PD] Resurrection of the Daleks, 2 episodes (45 mins.), written by Eric Saward
  23-Feb-1984 [PD] Planet of Fire, 4 episodes, written by Peter Grimwade
  08-Mar-1984 [PD] The Caves of Androzani, 4 episodes, written by Robert Holmes

end of Doctor Who #5 - Peter Davison / Replaced by Colin Baker
  23-Mar-1984 [CB] The Twin Dilemma, 4 episodes, written by Anthony Steven, Eric Saward

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