Chronology of Shows/Movies through 1996

Note: The numbering of these stories is subject to some question since most authorities disagree. This is how I number them.

First Season – William Hartnell (42 episodes)

  1. An Unearthly Child, aired November 23 through December 14, 1963 (4 episodes).
  2. The Daleks, aired December 21, 1963 through February 1 1964 (7 episodes).
  3. The Edge of Destruction, aired February 8 through February 15, 1964 (2 episodes).
  4. Marco Polo, aired February 22 through April 4, 1964 (7 episodes).
  5. The Keys of Marinus, aired April 11 through May 16, 1964 (6 episodes).
  6. The Aztecs, aired May 23 through June 13, 1964 (4 episodes).
  7. The Sensorites, aired June 20 through August 1, 1964 (6 episodes).
  8. The Reign of Terror, aired August 8 through September 12, 1964 (6 episodes).

Second Season – William Hartnell (39 episodes)

  1. Planet of Giants, aired October 31 though November 14, 1964 (3 episodes).
  2. The Dalek Invasion of Earth, aired November 21 through December 26, 1964 (6 episodes).
  3. The Rescue, aired January 2 through January 9, 1965 (2 episodes).
  4. The Romans, aired January 16 through February 6, 1965 (4 episodes).
  5. The Web Planet, aired February 13 through March 20, 1965 (6 episodes).
  6. The Crusade, aired March 27 through April 17, 1965 (4 episodes).
  7. The Space Museum, aired April 24 through May 15, 1965 (4 episodes).
  8. The Chase, aired May 22 through June 26, 1965 (6 episodes).
  9. The Time Meddler, aired July 3 through July 24, 1965 (4 episodes).

Movie – Peter Cushing

Doctor Who and the Daleks (1965)

Third Season – William Hartnell (45 episodes)

  1. Galaxy Four, aired September 11 through October 2, 1965 (4 episodes).
  2. Mission to the Unknown, aired October 9, 1965 (1 episode).
  3. The Myth Makers, aired October 16 through November 6, 1965 (4 episodes).
  4. The Daleks’ Master Plan, aired November 13, 1965 through January 29, 1966 (12 episodes).
  5. The Massacre of St. Bartholomew’s Eve, aired February 5 through 26, 1966 (4 episodes).
  6. The Ark, aired March 5 through 26, 1966 (4 episodes).
  7. The Celestial Toymaker, aired April 2 though 23, 1966 (4 episodes).
  8. The Gunfighters, aired April 30 through May 21, 1966 (4 episodes).
  9. The Savages, aired May 28 through June 19, 1966 (4 episodes).
  10. The War Machines, aired June 25 through July 16, 1966 (4 episodes).

Movie – Peter Cushing

Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966)

Fourth Season – William Hartnell (8 episodes)

  1. The Smugglers, aired September 10 through October 1, 1966 (4 episodes).
  2. The Tenth Planet, aired October 8 through 29, 1966 (4 episodes).

Fourth Season – Patrick Troughton (35 episodes)

  1. Power of the Daleks, aired November 5 through December 10, 1966 (6 episodes).
  2. The Highlanders, aired December 17, 1966 through January 7, 1967 (4 episodes).
  3. The Underwater Menace, aired January 14 through February 4, 1967 (4 episodes).
  4. The Moonbase, aired February 11 through March 4, 1967 (4 episodes).
  5. The Macra Terror, aired March 11 though April 1, 1967 (4 episodes).
  6. The Faceless Ones, aired April 8 through May 13, 1967 (6 episodes).
  7. The Evil of the Daleks, aired May 20 through July 1, 1967 (7 episodes).

Fifth Season – Patrick Troughton (40 episodes)

  1. The Tomb of the Cybermen, aired September 2 through 23, 1967 (4 episodes).
  2. The Abominable Snowmen, aired September 30 through November 4, 1967 (6 episodes).
  3. The Ice Warriors, aired November 11 through December 1967 (6 episodes).
  4. The Enemy of the World, aired December 23, 1`967 through January 27, 1968 (6 episodes).
  5. The Web of Fear, aired February 3 through March 9, 1968 (6 episodes).
  6. Fury from the Deep, aired March 16 through April 20, 1968 (6 episodes).
  7. The Wheel in Space, aired April 27 through June 1, 1968 (6 episodes).

Sixth Season – Patrick Troughton (44 episodes)

  1. The Dominators, aired August 10 through September 7, 1968 (5 episodes).
  2. The Mind Robber, aired September 14 through October 12, 1968 (5 episodes).
  3. The Invasion, aired November 2 through December 21, 1968 (8 episodes).
  4. The Krotons, aired December 28, 1968 through January 18, 1969 (4 episodes).
  5. The Seeds of Death, aired January 25 through March 1, 1968 (6 episodes).
  6. The Space Pirates, aired March 8 through April 12, 1968 (6 episodes).
  7. The War Games, aired April 12 through June 21, 1968 (10 episodes).

Seventh Season – Jon Pertwee (25 episodes)

  1. Spearhead from Space, aired January 3 through January 24, 1970 (4 episodes).
  2. Doctor Who and the Silurians, aired January 31 through March 14, 1970 (7 episodes).
  3. The Ambassadors of Death, aired March 21 through May 2, 1970 (7 episodes).
  4. Inferno, aired May 9 through June 20, 1970 (7 episodes)

Eighth Season – Jon Pertwee (25 episodes)

  1. Terror of the Autons, aired January 2 through 23, 1971 (4 episodes).
  2. The Mind of Evil, aired January 30 through March 6, 1971 (6 episodes).
  3. The Claws of Axos, aired March 13 through April 3, 1971 (4 episodes).
  4. Colony in Space, aired April 10 through May 15, 1971 (6 episodes).
  5. The Daemons, aired May 22 through June 19, 1971 (5 episodes).

Ninth Season – Jon Pertwee (26 episodes)

  1. Day of the Daleks, aired January 1 through 22, 1972 (4 episodes).
  2. The Curse of Peladon, aired January 29 through February 19, 1972 (4 episodes).
  3. The Sea Devils, aired February 26 through April 1, 1972 (6 episodes).
  4. The Mutants, aired April 8 through May 13, 1972 (6 episodes).
  5. The Time Monster, aired May 20 through June 24, 1972 (6 episodes).

Tenth Season – Jon Pertwee (26 episodes)

  1. The Three Doctors, aired December 30, 1972 through January 20, 1973 (4 episodes).
  2. Carnival of Monsters, aired January 27 through February 17, 1972 (4 episodes).
  3. Frontier in Space, aired February 24 through March 31, 1973 (6 episodes).
  4. Planet of the Daleks, aired April 7 through May 12, 1973 (6 episodes).
  5. The Green Death, aired May 19 through June 23, 1973 (6 episodes).

Eleventh Season – Jon Pertwee (26 episodes)

  1. The Time Warrior, aired December 15, 1973 through January 5, 1974 (4 episodes).
  2. Invasion of the Dinosaurs, aired January 12 through February 16, 1974 (6 episodes).
  3. Death to the Daleks, aired February 23 through March 16, 1974 (4 episodes)
  4. The Monster of Peladon, aired March 23 through April 27, 1974 (6 episodes).
  5. Planet of the Spiders, aired May 6 through June 8, 1974 (6 episodes)

Twelfth Season – Tom Baker (20 episodes)

  1. Robot, aired December 28, 1974 through January 18, 1975 (4 episodes).
  2. The Ark in Space, aired January 25 through February 15, 1975 (4 episodes).
  3. The Sontaran Experiment, aired February 22 through March 1, 1975 (2 episodes).
  4. Genesis of the Daleks, aired March 8 through April 12, 1975 (6 episodes).
  5. Revenge of the Cybermen, aired April 19 through May 10, 1975 (4 episodes).

Thirteenth Season – Tom Baker (26 episodes)

  1. Terror of the Zygons, aired August 30 through September 20, 1975 (4 episodes).
  2. Planet of Evil, aired September 27 through October 18, 1975 (4 episodes).
  3. Pyramids of Mars, aired October 25 through November 15, 1975 (4 episodes).
  4. The Android Invasion, aired November 22 through December 13, 1975 (4 episodes)
  5. The Brain of Morbius, aired January 3 through January 24, 1976 (4 episodes).
  6. The Seeds of Doom, aired January 31 through March 6, 1976 ( 6 episodes).

Fourteenth Season – Tom Baker (26 episodes)

  1. The Masque of Mandragora, aired September 4 through 25, 1976 (4 episodes).
  2. The Hand of Fear, aired October 2 through 23, 1976 (4 episodes).
  3. The Deadly Assassin, aired October 30 through November 20, 1976 (4 episodes).
  4. The Face of Evil, aired January 1 through 22, 1977 (4 episodes).
  5. The Robots of Death, aired January 29 through February 19, 1977 (4 episodes).
  6. The Talons of Weng-Chiang, aired February 26 through April 2, 1977 (6 episodes).

Fifteenth Season – Tom Baker (26 episodes)

  1. Horror of Fang Rock, aired September 3 through 24, 1977 (4 episodes).
  2. The Invisible Enemy, aired October 1 through 22, 1977 (4 episodes).
  3. Image of the Fendahl, aired October 29 through November 19, 1977 (4 episodes).
  4. The Sun Makers, aired November 26 through December 17, 1977 (4 episodes)
  5. Underworld, aired January 7 through 28, 1978 (4 episodes).
  6. The Invasion of Time, aired February 4 through March 11, 1978 (6 episodes).

Sixteenth Season – Tom Baker (26 episodes)

  1. The Ribos Operation, aired September 2 though 23, 1978 (4 episodes).
  2. The Pirate Planet, aired September 30 through October 21, 1978 (4 episodes).
  3. The Stones of Blood, aired October 28 through November 18, 1978 (4 episodes).
  4. The Androids of Tara, aired November 25 through December 16, 19788 (4 episodes).
  5. The Power of Kroll, aired December 23, 1978 through January 13, 1979 (4 episodes).
  6. The Armageddon Factor, aired January 20 through February 24, 1979 (6 episodes).

Seventeenth Season – Tom Baker (26 episodes)

  1. Destiny of the Daleks, aired September 1 through 22, 1979 (4 episodes).
  2. City of Death, aired September 29 through October 20, 1979 (4 episodes).
  3. The Creature from the Pit, aired October 27 through November 17, 1979 (4 episodes).
  4. Nightmare of Eden, aired November 24 through December 15, 1979 (4 episodes).
  5. The Horns of Nimon, aired December 22, 1979 through January 12, 1980 (4 episodes)
  6. Shada, never aired due to industrial dispute at BBC (6 episodes).

Eighteenth Season – Tom Baker (28 episodes)

  1. The Leisure Hive, aired August 30 through September 20, 1980 (4 episodes).
  2. Meglos, aired September 27 through October 18 1980 (4 episodes).
  3. Full Circle, aired October 25 through November 15, 1980 (4 episodes).
  4. State of Decay, aired November 22 through December 13, 1980 (4 episodes).
  5. Warriors’ Gate, aired January 3 through 24, 1981 (4 episodes).
  6. The Keeper of Traken, aired January 31 through February 21, 1981 (4 episodes).
  7. Logopolis, aired February 28 through March 21, 1981 (4 episodes).

Nineteenth Season – Peter Davison (26 episodes)

  1. Castrovalva, aired January 4 through 12, 1982 (4 episodes).
  2. Four to Doomsday, aired January 18 through January 26, 1982 (4 episodes).
  3. Kinda, aired February 1 through February 9, 1982 (4 episodes).
  4. The Visitation, aired February 15 through 23, 1982 (4 episodes).
  5. Black Orchid, aired Marc 1 through 2, 1982 (2 episodes).
  6. Earthshock, aired March 8 through 16, 1982 (4 episodes).
  7. Time-Flight, aired March 22 through 30, 1982 (4 episodes).

Twentieth Season – Peter Davison (23 episodes)

  1. Arc of Infinity, aired January 3 through 12, 1983 (4 episodes).
  2. Snakedance, aired January 18 through 26, 1983 (4 episodes).
  3. Mawdryn Undead, aired February 1 through 9, 1983 (4 episodes).
  4. Terminus, aired February 15 through 23, 1983 (4 episodes).
  5. Enlightenment, aired March 1 though 9, 1983 (4 episodes).
  6. The King’s Demons, aired March 15 through 16, 1983 (2 episodes).
  7. The Five Doctors, aired November 25, 1983 (1 episode).

Twenty-First Season – Peter Davison (20 episodes)

  1. Warriors of the Deep, aired January 5 through 13, 1984 (4 episodes).
  2. The Awakening, aired January 19 through 20, 1984 (2 episodes).
  3. Frontios, aired January 26 through February 3, 1984 (4 episodes).
  4. Resurrection of the Daleks, aired February 8 through 15, 1984 (2 episodes).
  5. Planet of Fire, aired February 23 through March 2, 1984 (4 episodes).
  6. The Caves of Androzani, aired March 8 though 16, 1984 (4 episodes).

Twenty-First Season – Colin Baker (4 episodes)

  1. The Twin Dilemma, aired March 22 through March 30, 1984 (4 episodes).

Twenty-Second Season – Colin Baker (13 episodes)

  1. Attack of the Cybermen, aired January 5 through 12, 1985 (2 episodes).
  2. Vengeance on Varos, aired January 19 through 26, 1985 (2 episodes).
  3. The Mark of the Rani, aired February 2 through 9, 1985 (2 episodes).
  4. The Two Doctors, aired February 16 through March 2, 1985 (3 episodes).
  5. Timelash, aired March 9 through 16, 1985 (2 episodes).
  6. Revelation of the Daleks, aired March 23 through March 30, 1985 (2 episodes).

Twenty-Third Season – Colin Baker (14 episodes)

  1. The Mysterious Planet, aired September 6 through 27, 1986 (4 episodes).
  2. Mindwarp, aired October 4 through 25, 1986 (4 episodes).
  3. Terror of the Vervoids, aired November 1 through 22, 1986 (4 episodes).
  4. The Ultimate Foe, aired November 29 through December 6, 1986 (2 episodes).

Twenty-Fourth Season – Sylvester McCoy (15 episodes)

  1. Time and the Rani, aired September 7 through 28, 1987 (4 episodes).
  2. Paradise Towers, aired October 5 through 26, 1987 (4 episodes).
  3. Delta and the Bannermen, aired November 2 through 16, 1987 (3 episodes).
  4. Dragonfire, aired November 23 through December 14, 1987 (4 episodes).

Twenty-Fifth Season – Sylvester McCoy (14 episodes)

  1. Remembrance of the Daleks, aired October 5 through 26, 1988 (4 episodes).
  2. The Happiness Patrol, aired November 2 through 16, 1988 (3 episodes).
  3. Silver Nemesis, aired November 23 through December 7, 1988 (3 episodes)
  4. The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, aired December 14, 1988 through January 4, 1989 (4 episodes).

Twenty-Sixth Season – Sylvester McCoy (14 episodes)

  1. Battlefield, aired September 3 through 27, 1989 (4 episodes).
  2. Ghost Light, aired October 4 through 18, 1989 (3 episodes).
  3. The Curse of Fenric, aired October 25 through November 15, 1989 (4 episodes).
  4. Survival, aired November 22 through December 6, 1989 (3 episodes)

TV Movie – Paul McGann

  1. Doctor Who, aired May 14, 1996 (US) and May 27, 1996 (UK).

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