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KTCA
Network: PBS Channel(s): 2
First airing: 1981 Last airing: 2002

== AIRDATES ==


Tom Baker premieres, 28 December 1981
Scene, May 1983
Scene, Aug. 1983
  • 28 December 1981: Channel 2 screened Tom Baker stories Monday to Friday at 5:00pm; the timeslot later changed to 5.30pm. They were cycled through at least twice.
  • 6 May 1983: The Peter Davison stories begin. The episodes move from weekdays to Friday night compilations. This was followed by further Tom Baker reruns.
  • 23 November 1983: The Five Doctors airs.
  • 6 October 1984: A Saturday evening run begins with season 21.
  • 23 March 1985: Regeneration night features four regeneration stories, including Spearhead from Space. Three of the episodes are edited into hour timeslots.
  • 30 March 1985: The complete Jon Pertwee package continues.
  • 22 November 1985: Colin Baker premieres.
  • 10 January 1986: The 17 repackaged William Hartnell stories screen.
  • 27 June 1986: The Patrick Troughton stories begin.
  • 3 October 1986: The second half of The Mind of Evil is mistakenly shown instead of the first half. The entire story is shown the next week.
  • 5 October 1986: A "Dr Who Festival" is held at the Minneapolis Armory, with an appearance by the travelling Doctor Who USA Tour bus:
  • 14 February 1987: Colin Baker returns.
  • 4 April 1987: Another run of William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton begins on Saturday nights.
  • 1 May 1987: Tom Baker returns.
  • 14 November 1987: The Trial of a Time Lord airs after Patrick Troughton finishes.
  • 12 December 1987: Jon Pertwee begins airing on Saturday nights.
  • March 1988: The Trial of a Time Lord airs, followed by Time and the Rani, which plays on its own. The rest of the McCoy era airs after 1989. The series now airs Saturdays, at 11.00pm.
  • 1988: The 24 repackaged Jon Pertwee stories had screened by September 1988.
  • 10 March 1990: The Saturday airings end with Survival.
  • 9 September 1990: The series returns with back to back on Sunday afternoons.
  • 29 November 1991: Five stories air the day after Thanksgiving.
  • 1 January 1992: The series ends with a New Year's Day marathon of three stories.
  • 8 May 1999: Fan clubs get the series reinstated. Doctor Who now airs episodically, Saturday nights around 11:30.
  • 28 September 2002: After one last run of Tom Baker episodes, Doctor Who ends in Minnesota.
Scene, Sept. 1982
Peter Davison premieres, May 1983
Feb. 1991
Jan. 1992


Doctor Who returns, May 1999

Media



1983 promo



Convention promo and Hartnell intro



Celebration commercial




Festival 86



Festival 87



1989 vacation




The Mind of Evil mistake, 1986



1986 pledge break



1988 time slot change