Doctor Who : Episode-by-Episode. Volume 3 - Jon Pertwee Kindle Edition   &  Volume 2 - Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who: Episode-by-Episode) Kindle Edition   & Volume 5: Peter Davison Kindle Edition    -  Free @ Amazon
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Doctor Who : Episode-by-Episode. Volume 3 - Jon Pertwee Kindle Edition & Volume 2 - Patrick Troughton (Doctor Who: Episode-by-Episode) Kindle Edition & Volume 5: Peter Davison Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon

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Found 25th Feb 2017
This is about an evolving narrative over forty years. This book is the first in a series that chronicles, analyses and reviews all of Doctor Who episode-by-episode, as it should have been watched. This is Volume Three, chronicling the years 1970 to 1974 when Jon Pertwee played the Doctor
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NOW FULLY UPDATED TO INCLUDE THE RECENTLY REDISCOVRED LOST EPISODES: UNDERWATER MENACE 2, THE ENEMY OF THE WORLD AND THE WEB OF FEAR!

Everybody watches Doctor Who the wrong way. Ever since the widespread availability of video cassette recorders and their subsequently more advanced offspring, fans of the show have been able to watch Doctor Who whenever they want and in whatever order they want. This is not how the show should be watched. It's about an evolving narrative over forty years. This book is the second in a series that chronicles, analyses and reviews all of Doctor Who episode-by-episode, as it should have been watched.
Edited by: "Boz" 25th Feb 2017
Doctor Who: Episode-by-Episode. Volume 5: Peter Davison Kindle Edition



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Edited by: "Boz" 25th Feb 2017
Thanks Boz.
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Nice find Boz. Loved the Troughton era. Some generally poor reviews of these books indicating them to be an amateur blog from a fan. Seems like despite some evident bias from the author they do contain many interesting facts, so definitely a worthy freebie.
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Nice find Boz. Loved the Troughton era. Some generally poor reviews of … Nice find Boz. Loved the Troughton era. Some generally poor reviews of these books indicating them to be an amateur blog from a fan. Seems like despite some evident bias from the author they do contain many interesting facts, so definitely a worthy freebie.



The Pertwee book faired better in the reviews but I always thought Troughton was the better Doctor.
Edited by: "Boz" 26th Feb 2017
Aaaaaaawesome I would name my kid Boz Cheers mate!!!!
nice - thanks
Thanks. Peter Davison my favourite. Wouldn't it be interesting if they cast him as the 'next' Doctor
Radio4 extra ( on freeview radio) do a lot of excelent dr who radio episodes a few times a month, think last 10 episodes can be listerned to online.

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Edited by: "bigjeremy" 27th Feb 2017
Oh dear! don't even bother starting to read just hit delete from Kindle! Thanks bigjeremy I'll have a listen, have some of the Big Finish audios already but have not been paying attention to Radio 4.
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Oh dear! don't even bother starting to read just hit delete from Kindle! … Oh dear! don't even bother starting to read just hit delete from Kindle! Thanks bigjeremy I'll have a listen, have some of the Big Finish audios already but have not been paying attention to Radio 4.



Might be woth checking your local library too , my local kent library has 89 dr who cds to rent including the lost episodes from 1960's (3 sets of 12 cd's ),a few are downloadable in mp3 via overdrive a service most librarys are members off.
Edited by: "bigjeremy" 28th Feb 2017
The premise of this book is nonsense. The idea that Doctor Who was an 'evolving narrative over forty years' is ridiculous. It was written on a week-by-week basis, and there was barely any character development apart from 'companion arrives, companion leaves so that's sad, rinse and repeat'.

"I love humans. Always seeing patterns in things that aren't there."
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