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Series 26

Dimensions in Time, Part One

Nov/26/1993
In a special Children in Need episode, all surviving Doctors reunite to rid the universe of the Rani's threat, as she attempts to conquer the universe one Eastend at a time. Featuring a (very weird) crossover with BBC 1's Eastenders programme.
Guest Stars: Jon Pertwee as The Third Doctor | Tom Baker as The Fourth Doctor | Peter Davison as The Fifth Doctor | Colin Baker as The Sixth Doctor | Sylvester McCoy as The Seventh Doctor | Pam St. Clement as Pat Butcher | Letitia Dean as Sharon Mitchell | Shobu Kapoor as Gita | Deepak Verma as Sanjay | Gillian Taylforth as Kathy Beale | Wendy Richard as Pauline Fowler | Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith | Carole Anne Ford as Susan Foreman | Bonnie Langford as Melanie | Nicola Bryant as Peri | Sarah Sutton as Nyssa | Sophie Aldred as Ace | Kate O'Mara as The Rani | Samuel West as Cyrian
Director: Stuart McDonald

Dimensions in Time, Part Two

Nov/27/1993
With the Rani's power growing, The four Doctors must count on the help of friends, past and present, to survive. But with the residents of Albert Square caught up in the mayhem, it seems the Rani is unstoppable.
Guest Stars: Jon Pertwee as The Third Doctor | Tom Baker as The Fourth Doctor | Peter Davison as The Fifth Doctor | Colin Baker as The Sixth Doctor | Sylvester McCoy as The Seventh Doctor | Adam Woodyatt as Ian Beale | Mike Reid as Frank Butcher | Steve McFadden as Phil Mitchell | Ross Kemp as Grant Mitchell | Nicola Stapleton as Mandy | John Leeson as K9 | Louise Jameson as Leela | Deborah Watling as Victoria | Lalla Ward as Romana | Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart | Richard Franklin (1) as Mike Yates | Caroline John as Liz Shaw | Kate O'Mara as The Rani | Sophie Aldred as Ace | Sarah Sutton as Nyssa | Nicola Bryant as Peri
Director: Stuart McDonald

Doctor Who: The TV Movie

May/27/1996
The Master returns, causing the Doctor to forfeit yet another body, in his attempt to conquer time and space. It's San Francisco, on Millienium Eve, 1999, and an amnesic Doctor requests the help of a local doctor in his battle to stop the Master from opening the Eye of Harmony and therefore gaining all of the Doctor's remaining lives...
Special Guest Stars: Eric Roberts as The Master/Bruce |
Guest Stars: Daphne Ashbrook as Dr. Grace Holloway | Bill Croft as Motorcycle Policeman | Dolores Drake as Curtis | David Hurtubise as Professor Wagg | Dee Jay Jackson as Security man | William Sasko as Pete | Mi-Jung Lee as News Anchor | Joel Wirkkunen as Ted | Catherine Lough Haggquist as Wheeler | Sylvester McCoy as The Seventh Doctor | John Novak as Salinger | Joanna Piros as News Anchor | Jeremy Radick as Gareth | Eliza Roberts (1) as Miranda | Michael David Simms as Dr Swift | Gordon Tipple as The Old Master | Yee Jee Tso as Chang Lee
Director: Geoffrey Sax

The Curse of Fatal Death

Mar/18/1999
A special charity episode of the famous time travelling show. The Doctor announces his engagement at last, but before he retires from 'Doctor-ing' to marry he must battle the Daleks and the Master one last time, one regeneration at a time.
Guest Stars: Rowan Atkinson as The Ninth Doctor | Richard E. Grant as The Conceited Doctor | Jim Broadbent as The Shy Doctor | Hugh Grant as The Good-looking Doctor | Joanna Lumley as The Female Doctor | Julia Sawalha as Emma | Jonathan Pryce as The Master | Roy Skelton as Daleks
Director: John Henderson

The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot

Nov/23/2013
Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy are determined to be part of the Doctor Who's 50th special using any means possible.
Guest Stars: Peter Davison as Himself | Colin Baker as Himself | Sylvester McCoy as Himself | David Tennant as Himself | Paul McGann as Himself | Janet Fielding as Herself | Georgia Moffett as Herself | Russell T. Davies as Himself | John Barrowman as Himself | Steven Moffat as Himself | Peter Jackson as Himself | Ian McKellen as Himself

690 :26x01 - Battlefield, Part One

Sep/06/1989
UNIT transport a nuclear warhead around Carbury as knights in armour show up to continue fighting a war that started thousands of years ago, but in a completely different dimension.
Guest Stars: Jean Marsh as Morgaine | Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart | James Ellis as Peter Warmsly | Angela Bruce as Brigadier Winifred Bambera | Christopher Bowen as Mordred | Marcus Gilbert (1) as Ancelyn | Angela Douglas as Doris | Noel Collins as Pat Rawlinson | June Bland as Elizabeth Rawlinson | Ling Tai as Shou Yuing | Robert Jezek (1) as Sergeant Zbrigniev

691 :26x02 - Battlefield, Part Two

Sep/13/1989
The Doctor and Ace take a look around King Arthur's spaceship under Lake Vortigern. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart shows up in Carbury where he runs into Morgaine.
Guest Stars: Jean Marsh as Morgaine | Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart | James Ellis as Peter Warmsly | Angela Bruce as Brigadier Winifred Bambera | Christopher Bowen as Mordred | Marcus Gilbert (1) as Ancelyn | Noel Collins as Pat Rawlinson | June Bland as Elizabeth Rawlinson | Ling Tai as Shou Yuing | Stefan Schwartz as Knight Commander | Dorota Rae as Flight Lieutenant Lavel

692 :26x03 - Battlefield, Part Three

Sep/20/1989
Angry at being unable to find and engage Arthur in battle, Morgaine threatens to unleash the Destroyer upon the planet unless the Doctor agrees to give her what she wants.
Guest Stars: Jean Marsh as Morgaine | Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart | James Ellis as Peter Warmsly | Angela Bruce as Brigadier Winifred Bambera | Christopher Bowen as Mordred | Marcus Gilbert (1) as Ancelyn | Noel Collins as Pat Rawlinson | June Bland as Elizabeth Rawlinson | Ling Tai as Shou Yuing | Stefan Schwartz as Knight Commander | Paul Tomany as Major Husak | Dorota Rae as Flight Lieutenant Lavel |
Uncredited: Marek Anton (1) as The Destroyer

693 :26x04 - Battlefield, Part Four

Sep/27/1989
The Brigadier manages to destroy the Destroyer as Morgaine takes control of UNIT's nuclear warhead and gets ready to start a countdown that will destroy the planet forever.
Guest Stars: Jean Marsh as Morgaine | Nicholas Courtney as Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart | Angela Bruce as Brigadier Winifred Bambera | Christopher Bowen as Mordred | Marcus Gilbert (1) as Ancelyn | Angela Douglas as Doris | Ling Tai as Shou Yuing | Stefan Schwartz as Knight Commander | Marek Anton (1) as The Destroyer

694 :26x05 - Ghost Light, Part One

Oct/04/1989
The Doctor and Ace take a look around Victorian house Gabriel Chase and soon discover that it hides just as many secrets in its drawing room as it does in its dark cellar.
Guest Stars: Ian Hogg as Josiah | Sylvia Syms as Mrs Pritchard | Michael Cochrane as Redvers Fenn-Cooper | Sharon Duce as Control | Katharine Schlesinger as Gwendoline | John Nettleton as Reverend Ernest Matthews | Carl Forgione as Nimrod | Brenda Kempner as Mrs Grose
Director: Alan Wareing

695 :26x06 - Ghost Light, Part Two

Oct/11/1989
The Doctor and Inspector Mackenzie try to question Josiah Smith while both Light and Control wake up from their respective slumbers.
Guest Stars: Ian Hogg as Josiah | Sylvia Syms as Mrs Pritchard | Michael Cochrane as Redvers Fenn-Cooper | Sharon Duce as Control | Katharine Schlesinger as Gwendoline | John Nettleton as Reverend Ernest Matthews | Frank Windsor as Inspector Mackenzie | Carl Forgione as Nimrod | Brenda Kempner as Mrs Grose
Director: Alan Wareing

696 :26x07 - Ghost Light, Part Three

Oct/18/1989
Redvers who is still looking for the elusive Saxe-Coburg, seems to be the only person able to withstand Light and communicate with Control. Ace ends up realising that her past actions now need to be dealt with.
Guest Stars: Ian Hogg as Josiah | Sylvia Syms as Mrs Pritchard | Michael Cochrane as Redvers Fenn-Cooper | Sharon Duce as Control | John Hallam as Light | Katharine Schlesinger as Gwendoline | Frank Windsor as Inspector Mackenzie | Carl Forgione as Nimrod
Director: Alan Wareing

697 :26x08 - The Curse of Fenric, Part One

Oct/25/1989
Russian forces approach the English coastline during the second world war as an ancient evil stirs beneath the surface of the water. Ace and the Doctor find themselves involved in a deadly game of revenge.
Guest Stars: Dinsdale Landen as Dr Judson | Alfred Lynch as Commander Millington | Nicholas Parsons as The Rev. Mr Wainwright | Janet Henfrey as Miss Hardaker | Tomek Bork as Captain Sorin | Peter Czajowski as Sgt Prozorov | Mark Conrad (1) as Petrossian | Joann Kenny as Jean | Joanne Bell as Phyllis | Anne Reid as Nurse Crane | Cory Pulman as Kathleen Dudman | Aaron Hanley as Baby | Stevan Rimkus as Captain Bates | Marcus Hutton as Sgt Leigh | Christien Anholt as Perkins | Marek Anton (1) as Vershinin
Writer: Ian Briggs

698 :26x09 - The Curse of Fenric, Part Two

Nov/01/1989
The Viking runes in the crypt contain offer a secret to Ace's past. Millington and Judson's Ultima machine causes problems.
Guest Stars: Dinsdale Landen as Dr Judson | Nicholas Parsons as The Rev. Mr Wainwright | Alfred Lynch as Commander Millington | Peter Czajowski as Sgt Prozorov | Tomek Bork as Captain Sorin | Janet Henfrey as Miss Hardaker | Joanne Bell as Phyllis | Joann Kenny as Jean | Stevan Rimkus as Captain Bates | Cory Pulman as Kathleen Dudman | Anne Reid as Nurse Crane | Christien Anholt as Perkins | Marcus Hutton as Sgt Leigh | Marek Anton (1) as Vershinin |
Uncredited: Aaron Hanley as Baby
Writer: Ian Briggs

699 :26x10 - The Curse of Fenric, Part Three

Nov/08/1989
St Jude's church is attacked by the Haemovores. The crazy Millington sacrifices his men. Doctor Judson dies, only to be reborn as the true evil which is Fenric himself.
Guest Stars: Marek Anton (1) as Vershinin | Dinsdale Landen as Dr Judson | Tomek Bork as Captain Sorin | Nicholas Parsons as The Rev. Mr Wainwright | Alfred Lynch as Commander Millington | Joann Kenny as Jean | Peter Czajowski as Sgt Prozorov | Anne Reid as Nurse Crane | Joanne Bell as Phyllis | Cory Pulman as Kathleen Dudman | Marcus Hutton as Sgt Leigh | Stevan Rimkus as Captain Bates | Aaron Hanley as Baby | Christien Anholt as Perkins
Writer: Ian Briggs

700 :26x11 - The Curse of Fenric, Part Four

Nov/15/1989
The Ancient Haemovore is free once again, determined to change the future. Ace feels love for her mother for the first time.
Guest Stars: Marek Anton (1) as Vershinin | Joann Kenny as Jean | Stevan Rimkus as Captain Bates | Raymond Trickitt as Ancient Haemovore | Joanne Bell as Phyllis | Aaron Hanley as Baby | Tomek Bork as Captain Sorin | Alfred Lynch as Commander Millington | Dinsdale Landen as Dr Judson | Marcus Hutton as Sgt Leigh | Anne Reid as Nurse Crane | Cory Pulman as Kathleen Dudman
Writer: Ian Briggs

701 :26x12 - Survival, Part One

Nov/22/1989
The Doctor and Ace pay a visit to Perivale and attempt to work out why people have been disappearing. Ace is cornered by Kara, a Cheetah-Person who takes her to a far away planet.
Guest Stars: Anthony Ainley as The Master | Julian Holloway as Paterson | Norman Pace as Harvey | Gareth Hale as Len | Sakuntala Ramanee as Shreela | David John (1) as Derek | Sean Oliver as Stuart | Kathleen Bidmead as Woman | Lisa Bowerman as Karra | William Barton (1) as Midge | Kate Eaton as Ange
Director: Alan Wareing
Writer: Rona Munro

702 :26x13 - Survival, Part Two

Nov/29/1989
The Doctor manages to leave Perivale and follow Ace to the Cheetah-People's world, where the Master is lying in wait. He needs the Doctor's assistance to be able to leave.
Guest Stars: Anthony Ainley as The Master | Julian Holloway as Paterson | Sakuntala Ramanee as Shreela | David John (1) as Derek | Lisa Bowerman as Karra | William Barton (1) as Midge |
Uncredited: Leslie Meadows as Cheetah Person
Director: Alan Wareing
Writer: Rona Munro

703 :26x14 - Survival, Part Three

Dec/06/1989
With the alien world dying around them, the Doctor and the Master fight like animals before managing to escape back to Earth, where their war ends.
Guest Stars: Anthony Ainley as The Master | Julian Holloway as Paterson | Sakuntala Ramanee as Shreela | David John (1) as Derek | Adele Silva as Squeak | Michelle Martin (1) as Neighbour | Lisa Bowerman as Karra | William Barton (1) as Midge |
Uncredited: Leslie Meadows as Cheetah Person
Director: Alan Wareing
Writer: Rona Munro
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Saturdays at 05:15 pm
Runtime: 25 Minutes
Premiere: November 23, 1963
Ended: December 06, 1989
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