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|Network: PBS||Channel(s): 24|
|First airing: 1979||Last airing:|
== AIRDATES ==
- 7 May 1979: The Tom Baker stories screen begin airing daily at 6:00pm.
- 31 August 1981: The series moves to 7:30pm.
- 12 July 1982: Viewers living between Syracuse and Watertown could have watched Full Circle part 1 at 7:30 on both WCNY and WNPE.
- 19 March 1983: Once Upon a Time Lord airs.
- 29 May 1983: An additional run begins, Sundays at 5pm.
- 9 December 1983: The Five Doctors airs at 9pm.
- 1986ish: Aired the Jon Pertwee stories.
- fall 1986: Aired The Two Doctors during a pledge break.
- By March 1987, the William Hartnell stories were airing.
- 23 January 1988: Terror of the Zygons airs as part of a weekend-long "Great 48-Hour Movie Marathon".
- 19 March 1988: A special Dr Who-athon from 5pm to midnight wherein The Trial of a Time Lord was shown in its entirety (all 14 episodes). During a break at 8.40pm, the KTEH-produced "An Interview with Sylvester McCoy" was shown.
- 1989: Screened the 24 repackaged Jon Pertwee stories circa 1989.
- 1990: The series was (apparently) still airing in late 1989 / early 1990 (as reported by Whovian Times issue #19 -- see United States--1990). (i.e. Liverpool, New York)