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Today In DOCTOR WHO History: November 1st

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Click on any red text to read our full retrospectives/reviews for that episode. All viewing figures are for UK premiere broadcasts unless otherwise stated.

November 1st
Welcome to another of our daily round-ups of all the Doctor Who episodes broadcast on this day throughout the show's long history, and we start with two part two's from the Fourth Doctor get this bumper day underway this week in Doctor Who history. From 1975 we have Pyramids of Mars, broadcast at 5:48pm and watched by 11.3 million viewers. Five years later Full Circle had just 3.7 million pairs of eyed watching.

Two regenerations later and things are not looking good for the Sixth Doctor. Part nine of The Trial Of A Time Lord saw the start of Terror of the Vervoids, with 5.2 million tuned in to Mel's debut. I said things weren't looking good!

Our weekly Scottish Doctor's section is made up of part two of The Curse of Fenric and 2014's Dark Water. Respectively they were watched by 4 million and 7.34 million viewers.

Related Programming
If you wanted to go behind the scenes of Dark Water and find out some secrets from the stars of the show then you were in luck. Simply press that red button after the episode's broadcast for that week's Doctor Who Extra.

Finally for this day in Doctor Who history, it's not another Covid-related lockdown in Bannerman Road, rather it's episode one of The Empty Planet. The Sarah Jane Adventures story was broadcast in 2010 on Monday November 1st and was watched by 0.99 million CBBC viewers.

Join us again tomorrow for another round-up of the episodes broadcast, the spin-offs aired, 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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