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'''Doctor Who''' has not been shown on terrestrial television in '''[[wikipedia:Hungary|HUNGARY]]''', but signals from [[Yugoslavia]] may have been received when it was seen there in 1986. Also, [[BBC Prime]] may also have been available from 1995. The [[New Series]] was shown from '''2006''', with the title '''"Ki Vagy, Doki?"''' ("Who Are You, Doctor?").  
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'''Doctor Who''' has not been shown on terrestrial television in '''[[wikipedia:Hungary|HUNGARY]]''', but signals from [[Yugoslavia]] may have been received when it was seen there in 1986. Also, [[BBC Prime]] was available from 1995.  
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The [[New Series]] was shown from '''2006''', with the title '''"Ki Vagy, Doki?"''' ("Who Are You, Doctor?").  
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Classic '''Doctor Who''' was, however, available in other forms:  
 
Classic '''Doctor Who''' was, however, available in other forms:  
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==Video==
 
==Video==
  
The 1996 [[TV Movie]] was released on VHS by (UIP) Dunafilm in 1997. The translations were recorded at Videvox Studio Ltd; Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann were both voiced by Péter Haás Vander.  
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The 1996 [[TV Movie]] was released on VHS by MCA/Universal/CIC Video and [https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/UIP-Dunafilm  (UIP) Dunafilm] in '''1997'''. The dubbed soundtracks were recorded at Videovox Studio Ltd; Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann were both voiced by '''Péter Haás Vander'''.
 
*[http://iszdb.hu/?audio=8862 TV Movie dubbing artists]
 
*[http://iszdb.hu/?audio=8862 TV Movie dubbing artists]
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'''If you have a copy of the VHS cover please contact us!'''
  
  
 
==Books==
 
==Books==
In January 1993, Android published a translated edition of Marc Platt's seventh Doctor '''New Adventures''' novel '''Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible''' under the title '''Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában''', which translates as ''New Doctor Who Adventures: In the Captivity of Time''. (The cover artwork painted by Tim White was not a new piece, and had previously appeared on a 1978 printing of Frank Herbert's 1968 novel "The Santaroga Barrier"!)
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In January 1993, Android published a translated edition of Marc Platt's seventh Doctor '''New Adventures''' novel '''Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible''' under the title '''Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában''', which translates as ''New Doctor Who Adventures: In the Captivity of Time''.  
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(The cover artwork painted by Tim White was not a new piece, and had previously appeared on a 1978 printing of Frank Herbert's 1968 novel "The Santaroga Barrier"!)
 
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|[[File:HungaryCrucible.JPG|right|thumb|200px|Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában (Time's Crucible)]]|[[File:Herbert.jpg|right|thumb|350px|The Santaroga Barrier]]|[[File:HungaryBooks.JPG|right|thumb|450px|Shada and City of Death]]
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|[[File:HungaryCrucible.JPG|right|thumb|200px|Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában (Time's Crucible)]]|[[File:Herbert.jpg|right|thumb|350px|The Santaroga Barrier]]|[[File:HungaryBooks.JPG|right|thumb|550px|Shada and City of Death]]
 
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In November 2013, the new novelisation of [[Shada]] was published by Gabo, followed by [[City of Death]] -  as ''"A Halál Városa"''' - in November 2015Translated editions of various [[New Series]] and '''Torchwood''' books were also published by Gabo.  
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Gabo published two of the new novelisations based on Douglas Adams scripts:
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*'''[[Shada|SHADA]]''' (in November 2013)
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*'''A HALÁL VÁROSA''' ([[City of Death]]) (November 2015)
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Translated editions of various [[New Series]] and '''Torchwood''' books were also published by Gabo.
  
  
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*[https://doctorwhohungary.hu/ Fan Website]
 
*[https://doctorwhohungary.hu/ Fan Website]
 
*[http://www.gunda.hu/drwho/ Fan Website]
 
*[http://www.gunda.hu/drwho/ Fan Website]
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==Hungary in Doctor Who==
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*Salamander's base was in Hungary; the Eperjes-Tokaj ranges erupted ([[The Enemy of the World]])
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*Austro-Hungarian troops were fighting in [[The War Games]]
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[[Category:Europe]]
 
[[Category:Europe]]

Latest revision as of 03:16, 30 June 2020

Doctor Who has not been shown on terrestrial television in HUNGARY, but signals from Yugoslavia may have been received when it was seen there in 1986. Also, BBC Prime was available from 1995.

The New Series was shown from 2006, with the title "Ki Vagy, Doki?" ("Who Are You, Doctor?").


Classic Doctor Who was, however, available in other forms:


Video

The 1996 TV Movie was released on VHS by MCA/Universal/CIC Video and (UIP) Dunafilm in 1997. The dubbed soundtracks were recorded at Videovox Studio Ltd; Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann were both voiced by Péter Haás Vander.


If you have a copy of the VHS cover please contact us!


Books

In January 1993, Android published a translated edition of Marc Platt's seventh Doctor New Adventures novel Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible under the title Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában, which translates as New Doctor Who Adventures: In the Captivity of Time.

(The cover artwork painted by Tim White was not a new piece, and had previously appeared on a 1978 printing of Frank Herbert's 1968 novel "The Santaroga Barrier"!)

Új Doctor Who Kalandok: Az Idö Fogságában (Time's Crucible)
The Santaroga Barrier
Shada and City of Death


Gabo published two of the new novelisations based on Douglas Adams scripts:


Translated editions of various New Series and Torchwood books were also published by Gabo.


External Links


Hungary in Doctor Who