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Doctor Who's Who's Who
Broadcast: Saturday 5th August 2000
10:30pm-11:30pm CDT (03:30 GMT) « »
Lakeshore Public Television
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A documentary produced for American Public Television, featuring interviews with Doctors such as Jon Pertwee, Peter Davison and Colin Baker, plus convention footage of Tom Baker, companion actors Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm and Matthew Waterhouse, plus sci-fi participants like Isaac Asimov and George Takei.


Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: (based on TWiDW)
 

Report from the This Week in Doctor Who Archive:

Friday 4th August 2000:
WYIN 56 Gary, IN (Chicago, IL)
http://www.wyin.org/
Sat 8PM CDT 30 Years In The TARDIS 1993 documentary (more likely 9pm)
A tribute to the history of the Doctor, which first aired on BBC 1 in 1993. Many clips and interviews. Released on video as "More Than 30 Years In The TARDIS with 40 more minutes of footage, but as the entire Doctor Who video catalog was recalled earlier this week during the changeover from FOX to Warner, this may be the only chance you'll have to see the special.
Sat 9PM CDT Horror of Fang Rock eps 2,3,+4 of 4 (more likely just episode 3)
As the people in the lighthouse die at an alarming rate, the Doctor and Leela discover that one of the humans is an alien in disguise.
Sat 10:30PM CDT "Doctor Who's Who's Who" 1985 documentary
That's right, WYIN fans. The New Jersey Network-produced special that WYIN has tried to air so many times before succeeding gets an encore appearance. The special that made many American viewers aware of fandom, with appearances by Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee, and others. Next episode airs August 19.