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The 50th anniversary show was called ‘The Day of the Doctor’ and featured a cameo appurtenance from former doctor Tom Baker, as well as a full performance from other former doctor David Tennant. The companion who straddled both the eleventh and twetfh doctor is ‘Clara Oswald’ who is played by Jenna Coleman. The tenth doctor was played by David Tennant Due to master tapes being destroyed by the BBC during the 1970’s, 26 serials are missing/incomplete, and only exist as audio versions. The fifth doctors first show as called ‘Castrovalva’ and his last ‘The Caves of Androzani’.
The doctor also had a robot companion called Kamelion. As well as his granddaughter, the first doctor had two other companions in the early episodes called ‘Barbara Wright’ and ‘Ian Chesterton’. The day before the first episode was shown the assassination of John F. Kennedy took place. The eight doctor was played by Paul McGann The third doctors first show was called ‘Spearhead from Space’, and his last ‘Planet of the Spiders’. Shada, is an incomplete story, which was never shown on TV, but just released on video with linking audio recorded by Tom Baker.
The tenth doctor was played by David Tennant Due to master tapes being destroyed by the BBC during the 1970’s, 26 serials are missing/incomplete, and only exist as audio versions. The fifth doctors first show as called ‘Castrovalva’ and his last ‘The Caves of Androzani’. The eleventh doctor was played by Matt Smith For the 50th anniversary there was a special mini episode created starring the eigth doctor Paul McGann, and it was called ‘The Night of the Doctor’ The ‘War Doctor’ was played by John Hurt The sixth doctor first show was called ‘The Twin Dilemma’ and his last ‘The Trial of a Time Lord (The ultimate foe)’.
50 Quick Doctor Who Facts by Paul Andrews