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Dear tom, you were always my special doctor and you always will be. Yours sincerely ryan tempest08 March 2014Posted by Ryan from Lancashire,earby
Mr. Baker...thank you so much for sharing your talent with us overs these years! We have enjoyed your performances greatly! I have recently sent you a package and hope it get to you soon. If I owe you anything...let me know!08 March 2014Posted by michele dingman from USA
Dr Who '74-'76
Dear Mr Baker. Back in 1974-1976 you played Dr.Who with Sarah jane as your assistant and filmed an episode in the village of Charlton (approx 6 miles North of Chichester, W.Sx). Charlton is my home and some of the children (me included) from the local school Singleton CE School were lucky enough to be able to come, wait patiently and quietly by The Fox pub (now called The Fox Goes Free) and watch. Singleton CE School is celebrating its 50th Anniversary Year this year and we are trying to pin point the year that episode all happened as it was a memorable outing for so many of us! If possible, those who are presently putting together a book to celebrate the Anniversary, would like to include it. If you recall the time and any memories, we'd really appreciate your help. There's a group on FB called the Singleton School Days and its all in there. Thank you. With best wishes. Louise Gibbins (Mrs)07 March 2014Posted by Louise Gibbins from Dorset
Thanks for the memories
I just wanted to write and thank you for participating in the 50th anniversary Dr. Who special. It was an absolute joy to see you on screen once more next to that big, blue box and the man then occupying it. Those few minutes brought back everything I remember and loved about your character. I fondly remember watching your adventures here in the States while I was growing up (this was the early 1980s) and have been a great fan of the series ever since. It wasn't until later that I realized that part of what I loved about that character is that you put so much of yourself into it.06 March 2014Posted by Wayne Bouchard from Chandler, Arizona, USA
I would greatly enjoy the pleasure of being able to shake your hand if you ever find your way out to me corner of the globe.
Thanks for all the wonderful memories. May your days be long and may that wonderful smile of yours never dim!
I have a copy of an interview done withyou some time ago in which you stated that you were adored once though it would never happen again. I would like to inform you that you are not correct. My children now are also fans of Dr. Who and i know when I see them as they enjoy your work that you will always be adored.05 March 2014Posted by Brian Armstrong from Berry Kentucky U.S.A.
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