Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

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Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby John on March 26th, 2010, 11:29 am

Friday 2nd April
1400-1600 - The Ark in Space
1600-1800 - The Face of Evil
1800-2000 - Pyramids of Mars
2000-2200 - Ark in Space (Repeat from 2pm)

Saturday 3rd April
1400-1600 - Face of Evil (Repeat from Friday)
1600-1800 - Pyramids of Mars (Repeat from Friday)
1800-2000 - Logopolis
2000-2200 - Earthshock

Sunday 4th April
1200-1350 - Logopolis (Repeat from Saturday)
1350-1540 - Earthshock (Repeat from Saturday)
1540-1730 - Revenge of the Cybermen
1730-1930 - The Caves of Androzani
1930-2200 - The Two Doctors

Monday 5th April
1200-1350 - Warriors of the Deep
1350-1540 - Revenge of the Cybermen (Repeat from Sunday)
1540-1740 - Caves of Androzani (Repeat from Sunday)
1740-2010 - The Two Doctors (Repeat from Sunday)
2010-2200 - Warriors of the Deep (Repeat from earlier)
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby Toothy Grin on March 26th, 2010, 2:57 pm

Thanks for that. I might record Revenge of the Cybermen as it's the only one I don't have on DVD or video.
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby tracy on March 26th, 2010, 6:09 pm

:D thanks for the infomation the ones i aint got on dvd yet i had on vidio years ago then transfered on to dvd but im waiting for the actual dvds to come out with the xtras on toms era or corse soi have loads of vidios up in the wardrobe i ceratinly aint gettting rid of them .thanks again for the infomation
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby Marcello Cristiano on March 27th, 2010, 2:39 pm

I wish I had the Sci-Fi channel. :cry:
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby Who dat? on March 31st, 2010, 10:18 pm

These will not be showing in the U.S.
Bummer that :(
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby tracy on April 4th, 2010, 9:20 am

:D i did watch toms episodes last night couldnt let tom down even though i have them already on dvd i was watching the si fi plus channel so i had a good night of tom on si fi up till 9pm
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby SakuradaKaoru on April 21st, 2010, 9:11 pm

I read "Classic Doctor Who" and "Sci-Fi Channel". :D

Then I read Who dat?'s post. :cry:
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby Dalek38 on June 25th, 2010, 5:33 pm

Yeah, BBC America shows the classics over here. I think it's for the best, as SyFy(as it's now called) pretty much shows their own made-for-tv drivel. There's only so much I can take of "Shark Swarm", followed by "Wyvern", followed by "Cyclops".
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby donnarose on June 29th, 2010, 1:36 am

Thank goodness for Netflix. ;)
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Re: Classic Doctor Who on the Sci-Fi Channel

Postby mikotyk on June 29th, 2010, 1:45 am

If it wasn't for Netflix, ShopBBCAmerica and Amazon, I'd be hard pressed to find these on DVD. On an interesting note, DVDs have allowed me to introduce the show (Doctor Who) to my wife; who knew nothing about it. I think I have her hooked.
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