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BBC TV listing in a Spanish newspaper: Dr Who Survival at 8.35pm (this is part 1, 22 November 1989)

Some viewers in coastal areas of Belgium, France and the Netherlands were often able to view (usually poor) BBC signals coming across the English channel.

From the mid-1980s, BBC broadcasts -- including Doctor Who -- were seen "live" in some countries in Europe via cable and satellite (with the timeslots adjusted to allow for the different time zones).

Doctor Who was also available on a number of cable and satellite channels owned and operated by the BBC itself -- see our dedicated page and the list below.

Several other independent cable and satellite platforms also screened Doctor Who -- see our dedicated Cable and Satellite page.