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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Season 19 of Doctor Who ran between 4th January 1982 and 31st March 1982. It starred Peter Davison in his first season as the Fifth Doctor. With this season, the BBC returned the series to a mid-winter season start, which had last been done for Season 12 and had been the format throughout the Jon Pertwee era.

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Overview

The season consisted of seven serials and 26 episodes airing on a bi-weekly schedule. Two milestones occurred in Earthshock. Firstly, the Cybermen returned, un-announced for the first time since Revenge of the Cybermen. Secondly, for the first time since The Daleks' Master Plan which had aired in 1965 and 1966 a companion died. Other milestones included Black Orchid, the first non-science fictional historical serial since 1966's The Gunfighters, and the destruction of the sonic screwdriver in The Visitation. A cliffhanger ending to the series appeared to have left Tegan stranded at Heathrow Airport with the Doctor abandoning her by mistake.

Originally, this series was going to have 28 episodes-2 more than normal. However, John Nathan-Turner used 2 of the allocated episodes for the failed pilot to K9 & Company.

Stories

# Title Writer Episodes Notes
1 Castrovalva Christopher H. Bidmead 4
2 Four to Doomsday Terence Dudley 4
3 Kinda Christopher Bailey 4
4 The Visitation Eric Saward 4 First Doctor Who script for Eric Saward
5 Black Orchid Terence Dudley 2 First pure historical story since 1966
6 Earthshock Eric Saward 4 Final appearance of Adric; first companion death since 1965
7 Time-Flight Peter Grimwade 4

Main Cast

Adaptations and merchandising

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Video

VHS

  • Castrovalva
  • Four to Doomsday
  • Kinda
  • The Visitation / Black Orchid
  • Earthshock
  • Time-Flight

DVD

  • Castrovalva
  • Four to Doomsday
  • Kinda
  • The Visitation
  • Black Orchid
  • Earthshock
  • Time-Flight

Novelisations

Audiobooks

Reading of the novelisation.

External Links

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Castrovalva  • Four to Doomsday  • Kinda  • The Visitation  • Black Orchid  • Earthshock  • Time-Flight
Aliens and Enemies of Season 19
Castrovalva: The Master  •Castrovalvans Four to Doomsday: Monarch  • Minister of Persuasion  • Minister of Enlightenment Kinda: Mara  • Hindle  • Dukkha The Visitation: Terileptils  • Terileptil android Black Orchid George Cranleigh Earthshock: Cyberman androids  • Cybermen  • Time-Flight: The Master  • Plasmatons  • Xeraphin

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010
(Redirected to Season 19 (1987-1988) article)

From Muppet Wiki

Said Oscar of Maria's wedding, "Yes, I was there — I threw some of the rice. But they weren't too happy because I had cooked it first."[1]
Jay Leno plays a challenging game with Big Bird.
Spaceship Surprise, a Star Trek-inspired science-fiction series.

Sesame Street Season 19 aired from November 16, 1987 to May 13, 1988.

Episodes 2356 - 2485 (130 episodes)

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Notes

Cast

Muppet Characters

Alice Snuffleupagus, Anything Muppets, the Amazing Mumford, Baby Natasha, Big Bird, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Oscar the Grouch, Grundgetta, Bert, Ernie, Hoots the Owl, Barkley, Buster the Horse, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, Dr. Nobel Price, Elmo, Grover, Herry Monster, Homer Honker, Honkers, Juliet, Kermit the Frog, Meryl Sheep, the Oinker Sisters, Ruby, Telly Monster, Two-Headed Monster

Other Characters

Gordon, Susan, Maria, Luis, Linda, Bob, David, Uncle Wally, Olivia, Gina, Miles, Mr. Macintosh

Muppets of Sesame Street

Caroll Spinney, Pam Arciero, Camille Bonora, Kevin Clash, Fred "Garbo" Garver, Jim Henson, Richard Hunt, Jerry Nelson, Frank Oz, Martin P. Robinson, David Rudman, Judy Sladky, Bryant Young

Actors

Alison Bartlett-O'Reilly, Linda Bove, Northern Calloway, Emilio Delgado, Loretta Long, Sonia Manzano, Bill McCutcheon, Bob McGrath, Roscoe Orman, Miles Orman, Alaina Reed

Guest Stars

José Ferrer, Lillian Hurst, Mookie Wilson, Keith Hernandez, Pee-Wee Herman

Season Credits

Sources

  1. "The Reflections of Oscar the Grouch", Oscar the Grouch, Guest editor, November 5, 2009. Life Magazine.


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