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We begin this week in Doctor Who history by joining the 6.2 million people who on this day in 1966 were watching part three of Dodo Gets A Cold, or The Ark (entitled The Return) as it's more commonly known. Twelve years later, in 1977, a whopping 11.4 million scarf loving people tuned in to part four of The Talons of Weng-Chiang. Elementary.
Then we pop over to Cardiff for some Torchwood. Adrift premiered on this day in 2008 and was watched by 0.97 million BBC Three viewers.
The Web Planet episode six (entitled Centre) was broadcast on this day in 1965, it was watched by 11.5 million viewers. Two regenerations and 6 years later, the Third Doctor faced episode two of The Claws of Axos. Broadcast Saturday March 20th 1971 at 5.15pm it was watched by 8 million viewers.
It also happens to be Freema Agyeman's birthday today. Happy birthday Miss Jones!
March 21st 1964 saw the fifth episode of Marco Polo (entitled Rider From Shang-Tu) broadcast at 5.15pm and watched by 9.4 million history loving viewers. Six years later episode 1 of the Third Doctor adventure The Ambassadors of Death was watched by 7.1 million viewers.
Then, in 1981 it was the end, but the moment had been prepared for - part four of Logopolis, the Fourth Doctor's swansong, was watched by 6.1 million viewers.
Also on this day in 2008 the Torchwood episode Fragments debuted on BBC Three to 0.72 million viewers.
Back in 1969 episode three of the Second Doctor adventure The Space Pirates was broadcast to an audience of 6.4 million. Moving on to 1975 and 8.5 million were tuned in to an adventure that is routinely voted the number one Doctor Who story of all time - part three of Genesis of the Daleks. Then in 1982 we had the Fifth Doctor, the Master and Concorde. What could possibly go wrong? Find out in part one of Time-Flight, which was watched by 10 million viewers.
And finally on this bumper day in Doctor Who history the Sixth Doctor's controversial era got underway with an adventure that is routinely voted the worst Doctor Who story of all time! There was companion strangling, there was Mestor, there was the coat (oh, the coat!), and there was The Twin Dilemma. Oh yes, and there were also 7.6 million viewers tuned in that Thursday evening at 6.41pm.
On this day in 1968 7.9 million people were watching the Second Doctor in episode two of Fury From The Deep, a story which is, sadly, entirely missing from the archives.
If you took a look at the image above and thought "that's a terrible home made Minion costume" then two things - you're right, and you've likely never seen the Third Doctor adventure The Monster of Peladon, which was broadcast on this day in 1974 watched by 9.2 million. Then on Tuesday March 23rd 1982 the second part of Time-Flight drew and audience of 7.4 million.
On Friday March 23rd 1984 7.4 million people were intrigued enough to check back in for part two of The Twin Dilemma, and exactly the same figure were watching twelve months later for the first part of Revelation of the Daleks.
Let's take a brief break from the screen and head to the theatre, darling, for Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure which opened on this day in 1989 at Wimbledon Theatre, London before touring the country. Jon Pertwee played the Doctor until June 3rd, two days later Colin Baker took over for the duration of the tour.
Just the one episode broadcast on this day, and that was back in 1973. Part five of Frontier In Space was watched by 7.7 million viewers.
In 1967 the Second Doctor faced the episode three of The Macra Terror. Broadcast at 5.51pm to an audience of 8.5 million viewers. Also on this day in 1972 the fifth part of the Third Doctor story The Sea Devils was watched by an audience of 8.3 million.
That's it for this week, but did you watch any of these adventures live? We'd love to hear your memories about any of them. Tell us in the comments below.
Until next Sunday...