Honorary Doctor Degree

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Remembrance Of The Daleks
... British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 5 October to 26 October 1988 ... It is set in 1963, around the same time as the very first Doctor Who episode, An Unearthly Child ... Remembrance of the Daleks returns the Doctor to Coal Hill School and the junkyard at 76 Totter's Lane, locations first seen in that episode ...
Jan Hron - Honorary Degrees
1994 Honorary doctor degree from University of Plymouth, UK 1995 Honorary doctor degree from Agrarian University Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia 1996 Ministry of ...
Remembrance Of The Daleks - In Print
... Dalek's language and it is established that they refer to the Doctor as the "Ka Faraq Gatri", which is variously translated as "Bringer of Darkness" or "Destroyer of ... to refer to the increasingly dark actions of the Seventh Doctor and is referred to again in "Journey's End" where Davros condemns the Tenth Doctor as the "Destroyer of Worlds" ... UNIT Exposed, the 1991 Doctor Who Magazine Winter Special, suggested that the ICMG was a forerunner of UNIT ...
Remembrance Of The Daleks - Production - Cast Notes
... "Boom Town", making him the first actor to appear in both the classic and new series of Doctor Who ... See also Celebrity appearances in Doctor Who ... Mark McGann, the brother of Eighth Doctor actor Paul McGann, was originally considered for the role of Mike Smith ...
Remembrance Of The Daleks - Plot - Continuity - The Doctor
... The Doctor describes himself to Davros as "President Elect of the High Council of Time Lords" ... While the Doctor did become President in The Deadly Assassin, assumed the role in The Invasion of Time and was appointed once again as President in The Five Doctors, by the time of his sixth incarnation's ... deleted from the original broadcast, the Doctor also tells Davros that he is "far more than just another Time Lord" ...

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    The degree of tolerance attainable at any moment depends on the strain under which society is maintaining its cohesion.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

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