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Several of the novels based on the [[New Series]] have been translated and released in the Czech Republic along with an edition of '''Doctor Who - The Visual Dictionary (Updated and Enhanced)''' (as ''Pan Času - Obrazový Průvodce  Aktualizovaný a Rozšířený'').
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Several of the novels based on the [[New Series]] have been translated and released in the Czech Republic along with an edition of '''Doctor Who - The Visual Dictionary (Updated and Enhanced)''' (as ''Pan Času - Obrazový Průvodce  Aktualizovaný a Rozšířený'') in April 2017.
  
 
Also released were the three Classic series novelisations based on Douglas Adams scripts:  
 
Also released were the three Classic series novelisations based on Douglas Adams scripts:  

Latest revision as of 01:42, 24 May 2020

The CZECH REPUBLIC (also known as Czechia; formerly part of Czechoslovakia, until 1 January 1993) is in Central Europe. It is bordered by Germany, Poland, Austria and Slovakia.


Profile

Country Number (N/K) 2000s Selling Doctor Who
Region Europe
Television commenced May 1953
Colour System 1973 SECAM
TV Sets 1990 4,400,000
Language/s Czechoslovakian / Czech Dubbed


Television Stations / Channels

When it was Czechoslovakia, the country had one television provider - Czechoslovak Television (founded in May 1953), which launched a SECAM colour service in 1973.

Following the formal division of the country at the end of 1992, this was replaced by Česká Televize (also known as Československa Televize), which had been launched in January 1992. The station currently operates seven channels of content.

Classic Doctor Who was shown briefly on CT1, and the New Series on CT2.


Languages

All foreign language programmes are dubbed.


DOCTOR WHO IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

The only Classic series story to screen in the Czech Republic was the 1996 TV Movie, which had the title Doktor Kdo.

The New Series was shown just over two years later, under the title Pán Času - which translates as The Lord of Time / Time Lord.


Stories bought and broadcast

PAUL McGANN

TVM The TV Movie 1

The TV Movie was distributed by Universal / Fox rather than the BBC, which is why this was the only "Classic" serial sold.


Transmission

The TV Movie - under the title Doktor Kdo - was broadcast on CT1 at 11.35pm on Saturday, 9 September 2000, and later repeated on Sunday, 25 February 2001 at 1.25am.


NEW SERIES

Two and a half years later, the New Series commenced on CT2, with episodes running on a daily basis, from 9 September 2013 until 30 October 2014 (only Series 1 to 7 were shown. Subsequent series were available on FILM SHOW). See our New Series page for more detail.



Trailer for the New Series (2001)


Merchandise

Several of the novels based on the New Series have been translated and released in the Czech Republic along with an edition of Doctor Who - The Visual Dictionary (Updated and Enhanced) (as Pan Času - Obrazový Průvodce Aktualizovaný a Rozšířený) in April 2017.

Also released were the three Classic series novelisations based on Douglas Adams scripts:


Czech Books


TV Listings

Airdates in Czech Republic
← AIRDATES ...... (CLICK ICON TO GO TO TABLE SHOWING EPISODE BREAKDOWN AND AIRDATES - N/S = story title is Not Stated)

Details come from the Česká Televize website:


Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic in Doctor Who

  • George Pravda (Denes, in The Enemy of the World; Jaegar The Mutants; Castellan Spandrell The Deadly Assassin) was born in Czechoslovakia
  • European UNIT's Czech engineering group was assisting with flood relief in the low countries. Laval told the Brigadier she could speak Czechoslovakian "only when I'm drunk" (Battlefield)


Links