Daily magazine show broadcast form the BBC's Pebble Mill studios. The show originally ran from 1973 to 1986 and was resurrected in 1991 (as "Pebble Mill") and ran until 1996.
Did You Know?
Most of the 1970s editions were wiped by the BBC due to the corporation's lack of a proper archiving policy before 1978. One that does survive from the early years celebrated the tenth anniversary of Doctor Who
(1963) in 1973, featuring interviews with Patrick Troughton
and visual effects designer Bernard Wilkie
, which is included on the special features of The Three Doctors DVD. Some other Doctor Who
(1963) related items from the series have survived due to early domestic video recordings and have been released on DVDs, including interviews with Tom Baker
and Philip Hinchcliffe
. See more
Referenced in Room 101: Episode #11.5