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We would very much like BroaDWcast to also function as an index to Doctor Who clips on YouTube, especially USA pledge-breaks, convention footage and any foreign language clips. If you already know of or stumble across any, please send us the link.

  • And don't forget, clicking on the AIRDATES Airdates icon icon on the country profile pages will take you to the airdates summary for that country (N/S = story title is Not Stated)
  • We're on TWITTER. To "Follow" us, please 'click' here or via the link found in the "external sites" section of the left sidebar.
  • We also have a dedicated forum and email address - see sidebar to the left


June

  • 24 June: Some further additions to the Korea (South) page: we've identified a third Korean comic strip.
  • 17 June: Major update to Korea (South): we now have clippings of the Korean TV listings which give the story titles (the ones stated on the Korean version of Wikipedia are incorrect); we identify the Korean actor who dubbed Jon Pertwee, and reveal a rare Korean comic strip based on the series!
  • 15 June: We've added a profile page for the new streaming service Pluto TV.
  • 8 June: Medium-sized update to the WTVS airdates table.
  • 5 June: Big update to WHA.


May


April


March

  • 31 March: Most gaps in New Jersey Network airdates page are filled in. NJN showed K-9 and Company four times, probably the most of any station.
  • 29 March: WKPC in Louisville began airing Doctor Who two years earlier than previously thought.
  • 26 March: Big update to WFSU.
  • 23 March: The Five Doctors aired on WLJT in Lexington, TN. Did any other episode air?
  • 22 March: An Indianapolis-based update: WFYI and WTBU. Channel 69, an independent station, aired the TV movie twice.
  • 17 March: Airdates for WMFE in Orlando are added. A page for WKCF in Orlando is added, but it's likely a false alarm.
  • 14 March: Airdates for KCOS in El Paso, TX are added. The listings for South Carolina Educational Television‎ are updated.
  • 9 March: KOCV in Odessa, TX is added. Was KOCV really that indifferent to Doctor Who?


February

  • 19 February: It's our eighth birthday! We missed the party because we were at the library looking at more newspapers.
  • 5 February: We've added details for the Tom Baker omnibus screenings on the American Forces Network AFRTS station in Iceland. [ADDENDA: 11 Feb: Some further info has subsequently come to hand, so we've made a few additional updates to this page.]


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