The unveiling of nine missing episodes from the Patrick Troughton era of Doctor Who (The Enemy of the World and The Web of Fear) earlier this month was a classic fan’s dream.
Since the big day, we have been given the impression that there may be something else in the offing, something held back or released a little later to the BFI’s famous Missing Believed Wiped events, the next of which is in December.
Doctor Who Archive have been on the case, and recently spoke to the BFI’s Dick Fiddy as to whether any information was available as to what episode – lost or found – will be made available.
…we’re awaiting word from the BBC as to which episode will be made available and that won’t be known until mid-November time I suspect.
Past Missing Believed Wiped events have had a heavy Doctor Who flavour, with lost clips and episodes aired for the first time in many years. Rumours concerning the next event suggest that 1964’s Marco Polo has been found and will be featured, but please be aware that this is just a rumour, and that no solid information to corroborate this exists.
(With thanks to Paddy)