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Mark Rimmell

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Doctor Who [Oct. 8th, 2013|06:06 pm]
Mark Rimmell
So at last we have  an official statement about the found "missing presumed wiped" Doctor Who episodes. Still no real information, only a news item stating "BBC Worldwide is expected to confirm the find at a press screening in London later this week". How many? Which episodes? Complete episodes or just a few seconds here and there? Rumours have been floating around for sometime now. I first read reports of BBC 1960s films being found in Zambia in 2011. Two years later and it now seems to be Ethiopia that may or may not be the source of the found episodes. Some stories have claimed as many as 100 missing episodes have been found.

I doubt that as many as 100 of the lost episodes have been found, but at last it seems there may be few episodes have been recovered.

My personal wish list has "Evil of The Daleks" and "Web of Fear" right at the top.
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