A collection of Doctor Who related mentions on UK television/radio over the course of today.
Breakfast, BBC1, Tuesday 13th April, ~6:10am, ~7:10am, ~8:10am
Lizo Mzimba looks at the new BBC Archive releases about the development of Doctor Who and regeneration.
Lizo's report is available on the BBC News website
Today, BBC Radio 4, Tuesday 13th April, ~7:45am
Viewers' complaints about the very first Dr Who programmes are to be released today by the BBC, along with internal memos which reveal that the Doctor's regenerations were modelled on bad LSD trips. Andrew Cartmel, novelist and playwright, and former Doctor Who script editor, reflects on how the Time Lord's relationship with the public has changed since first appearing on our screens.
Available on BBC iplayer (1:46:05) until 20th April
News, BBC Radio 2, Tuesday 13th April, ~8:00am
Coverage of the BBC Archive releases on Doctor Who (here in Chris Evans Breakfast Show)
Available on BBC iplayer (0:59:45) until 20th April
Newsround, BBC1, Tuesday 13th April, ~5:10pm
A look at the BBC Archive Doctor Who articles.
6 O'Clock News, BBC1, Tuesday 13th April, ~6:22pm
Lizo Mzimba looks at the new BBC Archive releases about the development of Doctor Who and regeneration (extended item)
Look East, BBC1 East, Tuesday 13th April, ~6:50pm
An article on how Doctor Who is reviving the fortunes of Harris Tweed, and how one company is hoping to sell a "Doctor Who Tweed" brand!
In Confidence - Tom Baker, Sky Arts, Tuesday 13th April, 10:00-11:00pm
New. Intimate interview which sees the voice behind Little Britain talk candidly to Laurie Taylor about his career, including his seven-year reign as television's most famous Time Lord.
Programme clip on the Sky website