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COlin Baker and Patrick Troughton satr in The Two Doctors

Watch the BFI’s Sixth Doctor Panel Online

Couldn’t make it to the BFI’s Sixth Doctor screening of The Two Doctors? Well, fear not as a video of the guest panel discussing the 1985 serial has been made available online via the BFI’s website.

COlin Baker and Patrick Troughton satr in The Two Doctors

Lasting just over 15 minutes the video features the actors Frazer Hines and Tony Selby, script editor and writer Eric Saward, and special effects artist Grahame Flynn – an addition to the previously-announced guest list – in conversation with season co-curator Justin Johnson.

Unlike previous panels the video has not been made available on the BFI’s Youtube page. To view, head to the BFI website.

The screening of The Two Doctors took place earlier this month to mark the Sixth Doctor’s era as part of the BFI’s Doctor Who at 50 celebrations.

Up next, the Seventh Doctor and the classic 1988 serial Remembrance of the Daleks, with Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred ready to reminisce about their adventures on the show on 27th July.

Unfortunately but not unsurprisingly, tickets have already sold out.

(via Doctor Who News)


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