I should of been posting these updates on the Dr Who Revisited specials all along and I am sorry for not updating and posting frequently. But what is done is done and it is time to get back into it . So since January. The first 3 of the Dr's have been reintroduced to the public with a short special on their character and a classic episode that featured them. Now comes the 4th and arguably the most popular of the Dr's. These are the Tom Baker years which will air on BBC America on Sunday, April 28, 8:00pm ET/PT. Mr Baker played the part the longest (1974–81) and most of what you see in the Dr today comes from his interpretation of the part. I remember as a kid watching these episodes on a PBS channel in NY . Most of my friends use to say why do you watch this stuff its not even American. I use to say yea it was cheesy but really good and watch it you soon like it. It took nearly 20 some what year but now they are all Dr Who fans . Go figure.
The special will be set up like the 3 previous ones . After the brief biography where stars and celebs (including some Drs of the past) chime in on Tom Bakers interpretation of the Dr there will be a classic episode. This one is the Pyramids of Mars which was the third serial of the 13th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 25 October to 15 November 1975. Read more... (1370 words, 2 images, estimated 5:29 mins reading time)