1964 in Doctor Who

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For criticism see Criticism of 1964 in Doctor Who


Continues from 1963 in Doctor Who.

Television

Broadcast on BBC TV.

  • The Escape 4 January
  • The Ambush 11 January
  • The Expedition 18 January
  • The Ordeal 25 January
  • The Rescue 1 February
  • The Edge of Destruction 8 February
  • The Brink of Disaster 15 February
  • The Roof of the World 22 February
  • The Singing Sands 29 February
  • Five Hundred Eyes 7 March
  • The Wall of Lies 14 March
  • Rider from Shang-Tu 21 March
  • Mighty Kublai Khan 28 March
  • Assassin at Peking 4 April
  • The Sea of Death 11 April
  • The Velvet Web 18 April

On 21 April, the BBC opened a second TV channel, called BBC2. The existing channel, on which Doctor Who continued to be broadcast, was renamed BBC1.

  • The Screaming Jungle 25 April
  • The Snows of Terror 2 May
  • Sentence of Death 9 May
  • The Keys of Marinus 16 May
  • The Temple of Evil 23 May
  • The Warriors of Death 30 May
  • The Bride of Sacrifice 6 June
  • The Day of Darkness 13 June
  • Strangers in Space 20 June
  • The Unwilling Warriors 27 June
  • Hidden Danger 11 July
  • A Race Against Death 18 July
  • Kidnap 25 July
  • A Desperate Venture 1 August
  • A Land of Fear 8 August
  • Guests of Madame Guillotine 15 August
  • A Change of Identity 22 August
  • The Tyrant of France 29 August
  • A Bargain of Necessity 5 September
  • Prisoners of Conciergerie 12 September
  • Planet of Giants 31 October
  • Dangerous Journey 7 November
  • Crisis 14 November
  • World's End 21 November
  • The Daleks 28 November
  • Day of Reckoning 5 December
  • The End of Tomorrow 12 December
  • The Waking Ally 19 December
  • Flashpoint 26 December

For later versions of these episodes see

Books

  • Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks November [2nd edition titled Doctor Who and the Daleks, 1973 in Doctor Who ]: based on
    • An Unearthly Child, The Dead Planet and The Survivors [broadcast: 1963 in Doctor Who ]
    • the first 5 episodes listed above

Continues in 1965 in Doctor Who.

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