In the recent history of British television, there are few more significant and influential figures than Verity Lambert. From the early days of her career at ABC Television in the early 1960s, to her final production ‘Love Soup’ which she was making for the BBC at the time of her death in 2007, Verity Lambert had a career that spanned the widest range of television genres, from comedy to drama, to soap operas and even the occasional bit of science fiction.
We are thrilled to announce that legendary Doctor Who director Graeme Harper will complete our guest line-up for Myth Makers: The Making of Doctor Who. Graeme has directed stories from both eras of the show's history and will be able to give us a fascinating insight into the production of Doctor Who.
We are delighted to be able to confirm that 9 episodes from the Troughton era, until now considered lost, have been recovered. They are parts 1,2,4,5 & 6 of Enemy of the World, and parts 2,4,5 & 6 of The Web of Fear.
These stories were originally broadcast back to back between 23rd December 1967 and 9th March 1968.