BBC Event To Announce Recovery Of Lost Doctor Who Episodes To Include Former Actors From The ProgramBy Juan Cena in News with Benefits on October 9, 2013
Former Doctor Who companion portrayers Frazier Hines and Deborah Watling will help the BBC rip oven the veil of secrecy involving the recovered missing episodes of the series.
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After months of speculation and thousands of hit-grabbing internet articles, it turns out that the lost episodes of Doctor Who were right in the front left pocket of the BBC's favorite jeans.
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The BBC finally breaks its silence on the long-rumored rediscovery of Doctor Who episodes lost for decades.
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While the BBC remains silent, reports of the recovery of long-lost episodes of Doctor Who go international.
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I just can't put my finger on where I've seen something like it before.
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