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Today In DOCTOR WHO History: September 20th

Ah, Bessie...

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September 20th
September 20th is a bumper day in Doctor Who history and we get things underway in our daily round-up with two from the scarf wearing Fourth Doctor. Starting with part four of Terror of the Zygons which arrived on our screens on this day in 1975 to a welcoming audience of 7.2 million viewers. Then it's the fourth and final part of The Leisure Hive, which was broadcast in 1980 to 4.5 million viewers.

Two regenerations later and we have the third part of The Trial Of A Time Lord. The individual story was titled The Mysterious Planet and it was broadcast in 1986 at 4:47pm, which was a whole minute later than the previous week! It really is just way too early in the day for Doctor Who so only 3.9 million viewers turned up.

Two Scottish Doctors complete our day. First up it's back to 1989 and part three of Battlefield, which saw the Seventh Doctor and 3.6 million viewers reunited with Bessie. And wrapping up this day it's the Twelfth Doctor undertaking a Time Heist, with 6.99 million viewers tuning in on Saturday September 20th 2014.

And if you wanted a bit more heist action then...

Related Programming
If you pressed that smart little red button of yours after the broadcast of Time Heist on this day in 2014 you could watch the Doctor Who Extra episode which took you behind the scenes of the Twelfth Doctor's latest adventure.

Join us again tomorrow for another round-up of the episodes broadcast, the spin-offs, the special events, the birthday's celebrated and anything else of note that went down on this day in Doctor Who history.

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