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Published on May 14th, 2013 | by Meredith Burdett

Tom Baker on the BFI’s Fourth Doctor Panel

Did you miss the BFI’s screening of The Robots of Death for their Doctor Who at 50 event last month?

Well now you can rejoice because the BFI has decided to post a video of the panel that took place before the screening for all of you to see!

You can watch both a 4 minute sample from the day featuring Tom Baker who recalls, in his usual hilarious manner, meeting a woman who tried to convince him that they had been married. It really is as good as it sounds and Baker is on top form with his delivery.

You can also access the full 32 minute video from the panel meeting which, alongside Baker, has Louise Jameson (Leela) and Philip Hinchcliffe sitting on stage and sharing their memories and enjoyment from the series they worked on over 30 years ago. Co-creator of the event Justin Johnson was there to lead and moderate the discussions.

The BFI have also revealed that they will be posting a recording from the screening of The Caves of Androzani featuring Peter Davison, Janet Fielding, Sarah Sutton, Grahame Harper and Roger Limb next week.

View the four minute video featuring Tom Baker above. The full presentation is available by visiting the BFI website.

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One Response to Tom Baker on the BFI’s Fourth Doctor Panel

  1. Hoosier Whovian says:

    I watched the entire video on the site and was more entertained by that than I have been with all of the more recent doctor who seasons! (I am not a Moffat Hater) but if you watch it you will get what I mean regarding how much fun it was. Here is an idea for a 50th Anniversary multi-Doctor event, just put them all on stage or maybe just Eccles and Tom!

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