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The Television Centre has been the home of the BBC for over 50 years, and was the building where Doctor Who was brought to life for the first time. With the broadcaster now relocating, stars of classic Who bid farewell to the first home of the TARDIS.

The documentary aired on BBC Four in the United Kingdom last night, and several of the show’s alumni appeared to reminisce about their experiences. Peter Davison, Kay Manning, Louise Jameson, and Janet Fielding, were among the stars appearing – with archive footage of Tom Baker also featuring. Readers in Britain can watch the full documentary on iPlayer, but Blogtor Who has helpfully collated all of the Who-related material for those of you in other parts of time and space.

Watch the video below!

Are you sad to know that the TARDIS will never materialise inside the walls of the Television Centre again?

  • AnnaTveit

    I was there a couple of months ago. Great experience :)

  • Andymcfarlane

    dont think the bbc shud move from television centre! its a iconic magical place! all britan seems to do nowa days is sell out its sad!!

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