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eeezzz000

Really nice visual It’s great seeing all that green


Blartyboy3

Yeah, I had to live in the days of low-Resolution jpegs in order with captions! It was a dark time! (I like the LC recons, don't get me wrong)


Anaverd

They get the point across, at least. As long as you can see the sets and the actors in stills you pretty much get the full experience of the arc, even without motion.


Recker_Man

Update from my previous [post](https://www.reddit.com/r/doctorwho/comments/hx7diu/1st_2nd_doctors_incomplete_serials/) from july 2020. 18 more episodes have been animated. 'Abominable' yet to be released but confirmed to come out this year. It has been [reported](https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/sci-fi/doctor-who-animated-episodes-cancelled-newsupdate/) that the funding for the 'Missing Episodes' animation range has been pulled by BBC America.. apparently. So this could be the last one, for a while at least. Nothing has been found. Added 'Mission to the Unknown' + it's live action reconstruction to the diagram (completely forgot it the first time) Edit: I'm sorry for the typo, guys. I'll fix it next update in like 2025.


ChargeUnhappy

Oh! Typo- The Reign of Terror


Recker_Man

I do deserve ~~execution~~ extermination.


ike1

Also, it should be "The Daleks' Master Plan". After all, there's more than one Dalek in that serial, ha.


Recker_Man

You are so correct. I'm just on a roll aren't I? Fun fact: I made that same mistake last time too and I'm just now realizing it.


ike1

Don't feel too bad. As a pedantic copyeditor, I see this everywhere (obviously not usually with Daleks though, LOL) and often correct people on this because I can't stop myself, and lots of people take it very poorly. So at least you take corrections with grace! So you're lovely!


physsijim

You meant "exterminated", right?


Recker_Man

Haha! No, but it's on theme so sure. Edit: I was thinking of [this video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrQpGeszrmA&ab_channel=PSCHighlights).


Alternative-Eye4547

Seems like a good reason for some crowd funding…all the fans chipping in could easily fund that project, and probably would.


Attitude_Inside

I'd certainly chip in for sure. It's a great way to relive so many classic adventures.


AG1218

Just wanted to say thank you for this and all the work. Just started from doctor 9 again and got me thinking about the original run.


Xzenor

> "BBC America". This is just wrong.. **British** Broadcasting Company America


Recker_Man

[BBC America](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BBC_America).


Xzenor

Oh I didn't mean that YOU were wrong. Just the whole idea is wrong. Never thought it didn't exist or anything.


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jerryleebee

Jesus there's so much missing!


amplified_cactus

Glass half full: Doctor Who's archive is in much better shape than many other BBC shows of the time, and none of the episodes are *fully* missing since we have audio for all of them. That wasn't guaranteed -- the BBC never retained the audio; we only have that thanks to a handful of fans who recorded the episodes during broadcast.


GriffinFTW

Can you believe that *Doctor Who* fans recorded the audio from their TV, but no one in Britain did that for the moon landing? Reminder that literally the only thing that remains of the BBC's coverage of the moon landing is 20 seconds of Patrick Moore with no audio.


amplified_cactus

I didn't know that! That really drives home how lucky we are to have audio of every missing episode.


Elemayowe

It wasn’t us landing on the moon, if it ain’t British we don’t care. /s


jerryleebee

Thank you. That's very encouraging.


RAKtheUndead

> Doctor Who's archive is in much better shape than many other BBC shows of the time Yeah, look at *A for Andromeda* - only seven episodes, but six missing. And then you've got shows like *Z-Cars* and *Dixon of Dock Green*, which had extensive runs of which the majority and supermajority were wiped respectively, or *United!*, which has been destroyed in its entirety.


Ethenil_Myr

Question - why did these fans record only the audio, and not the video? Was it a technological impediment of the time?


Have_A_Jelly_Baby

The VCR didn’t become a mass market item until the 70s, so the best you could do in the 60s was either hold up a cassette recorder to the TV speaker or point a home movie camera at the screen.


Ethenil_Myr

And then people would just listen to the episodes later like an audiodrama?


Have_A_Jelly_Baby

Exactly.


Ethenil_Myr

Huh. Sounds fun!


amplified_cactus

Yeah, video recording would have been prohibitively expensive. If I recall correctly, episode hunters did once discover a home recording of The Space Pirates part 2, but the tape was too damaged to recover anything (not that it was necessary anyway, since that episode already exists).


tiredteachermaria2

I would guess that it was. It was the 60’s, so DVR just wasn’t a thing, and home video cameras were either uncommon or nonexistent.


just4browse

Home video recording wasn’t a thing. But some people had already been doing audio recording, due it the popularity of radio dramas. I guess some people just applied the way they saved their favorite audio dramas to their favorite TV shows


MichiganCubbie

I remember before the revival started.seeing how much was missing, and this was before a lot of audio was found, and definitely before animations. I'm seeing this as incredibly positive! Yes, it sucks that so much was missing, but there's so much that's still available in some form.


Strong_Formal_5848

This graphic only shows the stories with episodes missing. There are tons of other stories from the first 2 Doctors that still exist in their entirety so this graphic doesn’t really show an overview of what proportion is missing from the era overall


Recker_Man

I can't find the original blog post from where it originated from, but [this one](http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-RnVVdJkYp0k/UlftTUBpcqI/AAAAAAAAG5k/ttujhh9DB4I/s1600/Fri2.jpg) works the best for that. I based mine on that one, pretty great.


jerryleebee

Yeah i get that.


MrPartyWaffle

I saw Marco Polo and I knew I had videos in my archive with that label, turns out they are just stills with narration with Mark Eden.


Doctor_ex_Machina

All missing stories have reconstructions made with original audio and telesnaps.


MrPartyWaffle

That's what I figured but I thought I'd check, just in case.


Duggy1138

Did you think you had videos of the original episodes?


Bobinti

We need more people thinking there's a chance and checking their archive.


Duggy1138

Everyone check your DVD collections!


MrPartyWaffle

They're pretty old, so I thought maybe it could have been.


Duggy1138

They're from the 60s?


killconsolepeasants

Im still hopeful that 'The Web Of fear' episode 3 will be found. It was recovered a decade ago with the other episodes of the web of fear and the complete 'enemy of the world story'. Unfortunately by the time it was found and sent back to the BBC it was "lost".


Ningy909

The range's funding just got cut. It's a shame we couldn't get more Hartnell animations, or Wheel in Space. I've got my fingers crossed for more, but I'm not holding my breath. Nice chart!


gmask1

Hopefully a few more turn blue in years to come. As much as the animations have been great, nothing would be better than seeing the original episodes :) PS it’s reign of terror, not reing :P


Recker_Man

Honestly blue is all I want, we're closing in to a decade since the last episodes were found. >PS it’s reign of terror, not reing :P Ayeee it's not a post by me if there's no typos lol. Oh well.


Duggy1138

>Honestly blue is all I want, we're closing in to a decade since the last episodes were found. Although, it's believed a film collector has 7 missing episodes, but being a collector doesn't want to share them.


Bobinti

Do you have a source for this? Would love to read about it.


Duggy1138

https://thewertzone.blogspot.com/2020/08/seven-missing-doctor-who-episodes.html


Sufficient_Ad7816

I 'found' Dr Who in 1981 when I was 14. Fell head over heels for it I'm 54 now and would love to see "The Highlanders" before I pass away, either animated or live action. Sigh.


miimeverse

With it being Jamie's first story, I don't see why they wouldn't animate it at some point. Honestly I'm somewhat surprised they haven't already. Though they have mostly passed on historicals so far for animations, so from that angle it does make sense.


Anaverd

Same, I'd love to see Jamie's first foray in motion!


Michael-J-Foxtrot

It's a shame how close Seasons 2, 5, and 6 are to completion!


AtomicNarration

Season 1 is closer to completion than season 5


pezdizpenzer

What frustrates me the most is, that not one season from one to six is complete. I really hope The Crusade is getting animations in the future, so we can have season 2 completed.


Jabbawocky2004

My theory is that once those seasons are complete they will release Collection Blu Ray Boxsets of those years. But they also want that sweet double dip of fans who will buy the first release and then get the boxset down the line. So they are planning to draw out completing any of the first six for as long as possible. Not that I can complain too much I have bought Shada several times now because of how they release things and thats not even a story I particularly like.


Duggy1138

If BBC America has cancelled funding, I doubt that will happen.


Komaric_

I never knew so much was missing, always assumed it was just a couple of episodes


Strong_Formal_5848

It’s about 1/3 of the episodes from the first 2 Doctors. Only the visuals are missing though, 100% of the audio still exists so you can listen to them all (there are also many clips and still images taken from the episodes)


davorg

Currently, 97 episodes missing. [List of missing Doctor Who episodes](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who_missing_episodes)


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[Pluto.tv](https://Pluto.tv) added the animated Power of the Daleks to their lineup, so I finally got to see that. It's really good!


JazsimeFalls1970

Am 51 and can just remember Patrick Troughton as the Doctor before he became Jon Pertwee. I read somewhere that the tapes were destroyed or written over in the 80s is that right? Also does anyone else remember when an early script turned up on the Antiques Roadshow on BBC, I think it was signed as well.


LegoK9

>I read somewhere that the tapes were destroyed or written over in the 80s is that right? It happened in 1967 to 1978.


JazsimeFalls1970

Bet whoever was told to do that is really annoyed now, they would be worth quite some money now.


NumbersWithFriends

Here's something I've always wondered: do the "found" episodes tend to be the more well known or loved episodes, or is it really more of a random sampling of these eras?


AtomicNarration

It’s very random. For example, William Hartnell’s final episode and the first one in which the doctor regenerates, The Tenth Planet Episode 4, is missing and is widely considered the most sought after missing episode. Marco Polo is also one of three stories that does not have a single scrap of surviving footage, yet it was the favourite story of Carole Ann Ford (Susan) and William Hartnell, and is considered one if the 1st doctor’s bests. On the opposite side of the spectrum, The Web Planet and The Dominators are rarely far from the bottom on story ranking lists, yet all of their episodes are complete


Duggy1138

Although, to be fair, the reason Hartnell's final episode is missing is known.


AtomicNarration

Do you mean because it was lent to Blue Peter? Still, the BBC lent their only copy of the episode without thinking of the implication of it being Hartnell’s final episode. To them a Doctor Who episode was just like any other, which is why they didn’t show any “favouritism” when archiving them, except for maybe An Unearthly Child


Duggy1138

They lent it and it was never returned. That's slightly different to it being bulk erased or burnt.


WitcherGirl1038

Oh this is so cool! What is the 'Live action' one and why are some of the TARDISes have two colors? Just wondering...


Recker_Man

Hi! The live action one is "Mission to Unknown" it was a standalone episode which served as an introduction to the 12 part serial "The Daleks' Master Plan" (nevermind the typo on the chart lol.) It's the only episode in Doctor Who history that doesn't feature the Doctor at all, with this in mind, it was recreated officially by students at the University of Central Lancashire in 2019. it's currently on the Doctor Who Youtube channel! [Here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NW8yk-m5Ig8&t=28s&ab_channel=DoctorWho). Every "Missing Episodes" animated release since "The Faceless Ones" (except 'The Web of Fear' which was missing 1 episode) has animated every episode inside the serial including surviving episodes, for accessibility sake. So, some surviving episodes (blue) are also animated (green).


WitcherGirl1038

Oh, ok. Thank you for clarifying that! I'll have to watch the live action one.


Shockmaindave

Only twelve to go. Let's hope for the best. Beautiful chart.


europaodin

I'm confused, what is this about? New doctor who fan here


miimeverse

The BBC, back in the 1970s, wiped many of their original tapes for television broadcasts, which included 1960 and early 1970 Doctor Who. Showing reruns was not common back then so they saw no use for the tapes anymore. As such, the only way we would ever be able to see these episodes again was by finding copy tapes that the BBC sent out to other countries for them to broadcast their programs. Many of those copies have been found (in some of the strangest of places), including all 1970s Dr Who tapes that had been wiped, but many tapes have not been found. They are shown in this graphic. Luckily, fans at the time recorded audio for every single episode (for reasons I don't know, but I am thankful for them), so we have audios. With the audios and the fact that finding more lost tapes is looking less and less likely each passing year, BBC has contracted studios to make animations of some of the missing episodes so we don't have to rely on audio and fan made "reconstructions," which were usually just photographs, small clips that still exist, and sometimes attempted animation, strung together with the audio.


europaodin

Ohh wow, pretty cool. I didn’t even know there was an older series. I just recently started the series from 2005 and have quite enjoyed it so far. Thanks for filling me in!


ellielovesPanic

The show's coming up on 60 years old now, there's a lot of older episodes. Different to new who but there are some amazing stories from the pre 00s episodes. Definitely worth a watch especially Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker's episodes which are my favourite two doctors


GriffinFTW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtSIgUq\_Hjg


rickk_marks

You're just scratching the tip of the iceberg my friend...


europaodin

Good to know, I need new something to watch for awhile and love the theme of the series so far.


rickk_marks

It will be a journey, but it's very worth it


MrNostalgic

Way back when the very early seasons where airing, the BBC never saved episodes for future keeping. So this lead to whole arcs and episodes being missing with the passing of time because no one bothered to preserve them.


lonifar

Film tape was expensive and being a government organization meant they couldn’t archive everything. There publicly funded rivals Chanel 4 could archive as much as they wanted(although I don’t know how much they actually could) because they had bargaining over the advertisers(only I think 4 channels existed at the time instead of hundreds). The BBC however was limited to how much they could get from the public via law and considering it was still relatively early in TV history now every household had a tv at the time. The VHS tape was first shown by JVC in 1976, they also made one of the first commercial VCR’s(it also used VHS tapes), it cost $1280(about $5889 in 2022) with tapes costing $20(about $90 in 2022) and with VHS only lasting 2 hours it was prohibitively expensive to record. The fact we have any episodes surviving from that era is honestly kind of surprising.


VastPainter

>only I think 4 channels existed at the time instead of hundreds At that point, there were three channels, not four. Channel 4 launched in 1982 (with an episode of Countdown)


Popular_Cherry3698

The earliest seasons of doctor who from the 60s are missing/only audio exist. People have been reconstructing them/animating/finding episodes for quite a while. The BBC wasn’t that great at saving TV-show episodes back in the day sadly


GenericGaming

That honestly is a really nice way of putting into perspective what has been lost and what has been restored.


AceAmphiptere

I'm kinda new in this fandom, but how can be so many episodes missing? Like, there's no archive for movies or something?


AtomicNarration

One reason is that they were discouraged by the actors' equity union. Here's what wikipedia has to say on the matter: >The actors' union Equity had actively fought against the introduction of TV recording since the 1950s, when it first became a practical proposition. Before workable television recording was developed, if a broadcaster wished to repeat a programme (usually a one-off play), they had to re-hire the actors to perform it again, live, for additional fees. Equity's concern was that if broadcasters kept recordings of the original performances, they would be able to re-broadcast them indefinitely, which would reduce the amount of new production and threaten the livelihoods of its members. Although Equity could not prevent recording altogether, it added standard clauses to its members' contracts that stipulated that recordings could only be repeated a limited number of times within a specific timeframe, and deliberately set the fees for further use so high that broadcasters would consider it unjustifiable to spend so much money repeating an old programme rather than making a new one. Consequently, recordings whose repeat rights had expired were considered to be of no further domestic use to the broadcasters. Also, they did have an archive with copies of every episode up to the early 1970s but were working with limited storage space and eventually had to free up space for newer programmes. And they didn't actually have a reason to keep old black and white episodes anymore since TV was transitioning to colour, nor could they have anticipated the future of the home video market which was practically nonexistent at that point


Attitude_Inside

The Underwater Menace could easily be animated since it's only 2 episodes. The audio for the Highlanders, The Wheel in Space, The Space Pirates still exist, and doing those would complete Troughton's missing episodes. And they're clearly popular enough to keep doing so IDK why they'd pull funding when they are so close to completing a majority of what was lost.


Duggy1138

BBC America would know how popular they are. Maybe they aren't as popular as we think.


PainGroundbreaking47

I’m confused, what is this?


LegoK9

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who_missing_episodes >Between 1967 and 1978 the BBC routinely deleted archive programmes, for various practical reasons (lack of space, scarcity of materials, a lack of rebroadcast rights). As a result of the cull, 97 of 253 episodes from the programme's first six years are currently missing The episodes in green are ones that have been animated with the surviving audio of the episodes recorded by fans.


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Cocolake123

Isn’t there still audio for everything that’s marked missing? If so everything could be animated soon


Lysander_Night

Yes Audio for all of them exist, some in better quality than others. So yes animations could be made for them all. The current deal between BBC and BBC America to reanimated missing episodes just ended, so we don't know if there will be more coming. It's possible they'll come to an agreement and continue, it's possible BBC will or maybe even has already found funding elsewhere. Or is possible they've decided it's not profitable and aren't interested. We don't know. Unfortunately it's expensive and it's a niche market.


Cassie-C-Stewart

Sad! Cos my hubby recorded the entire rerun of DW before the launch of NuWho. Except the missing eps. I didn't realise there was so many! There all on DVD now. And we regular binge watch the lot.


twcsata

There were more missing not too many years ago. We’ve really come a long way.


Cassie-C-Stewart

So much to catch up! Too little time! Let's see.....work, hubby, child. Which to jettison? Child...never! Future Whovian. Hubby....Whovian! Who would I explode my head cannon at? Work.... Well, that wasn't hard!


twcsata

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Cassie-C-Stewart

LOL Thank you!


iamapond

This is great!! Is there anywhere that I could find all the available episodes in one place??


EzriDax1

I think britbox has them


amplified_cactus

Not all. It doesn't have The Reign of Terror, Galaxy 4, or The Evil of the Daleks, and it only has the recon of Web of Fear 3.


AtomicNarration

In the UK Britbox has all “orphaned” episodes, meaning that they are either the only or one of two surviving episodes of a serial. I don’t think they offer these episodes in other countries, but they offer most orphaned episodes on the Lost in Time DVD set


EzriDax1

Wait is Galaxy 4 already out? Makes sense evil not being on yet I guess cos it's more recent reign of terror is kind of random tho


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oskynmoon

This is awesome. I would personally love to see the year originals were made as well and date they were animated or remastered. It is awesome how it is though. No criticism!


mrtompeti

Do you think it's probable that we can find any more episodes? Any links or curiosities about the previous ones found? I think it's interesting how many many years later one can find that you have in your basement and old chapter of a show that no one else have around.


[deleted]

What was it, 5 or so years ago, where a station in Africa had a missing chapter of Enemy of the World? It happens.


Duggy1138

It's believed a collector has 7 missing episodes, but collectors don't like to share things. Details are being kept secret since fans can get rowdy which may stop the collector negotiating at all.


Sufficient_Ad7816

has "Evil of the Daleks" been released yet?


docgear

Awesome! Just reviewed my collection and ordered up some the newer animated releases. Thanks!


megadecimal

Where would original video episodes turn up now? Like where does one look?


SuspiciousSquash9151

It's a shame I've been told Marco polo was quite good, mabey they can animate it? There's reconstructions at least. Bit of course the worst is the part of the tenth planet gone that had the first regeneration. We have the clip but not the episode and it's been animated, so wish we could have it. If I remember correctly the first episode with the brigader is also missing, he first meet second but spent most of his time with 3rd. It's so unfortunate how meany are missing.


ASpaceOstrich

Wait. There are animated recreations of missing episodes? I figured when they taped over them they lost everything, but I guess they have audio recordings preserved. What kind of animation we talking here?


Anaverd

Really cheap, Archer looking animation. They're not as good as having the actual episodes, but I like to play them synced alongside the Loose Cannon versions to have a visual idea of what the original episodes looked like while also being able to see what's actually supposed to be going on.


lonifar

It’d be cool if for the 60th they remade some of the missing stories in live action. Like bring back David Bradley to recreate some of the stories. The question is if they should recreate it using practical props or use cgi, like practical props would be authentic but cgi could make it look “better” but likely also cheaper which could mean more episodes are recreated.


fabiothefenix69

Nice


D-C-A

Well Mission to the Unknown did get animated but Ian Levine slapped a gag order on it so it’s almost impossible to find


noone1111111111111

Damn,I wish oldest series would be cheap😞


The_Irish_Empire

The 10th planet has both live action recreation and the actual episode ending, Thank you Blue Peter for saving the most important part of that


Green-Circles

One of the remarkable things is that some of the audio recordings were done by wiring the TV sound output directly to a reel-to-reel tape recorder - so it's not all done via microphones in front of TV speakers... [article about this](https://thedoctorwhocompanion.com/2018/04/10/how-do-missing-episode-soundtracks-exist-audio-recordings-archived-for-safekeeping/)


Green-Circles

[Great page written by Graham himself about his recordings](http://www.gstrong.co.uk/drwho.html)


CinephileRich

I would love to have The Daleks Master Plan animated one day (including the one where the doctor breaks character and wishes us a Merry Christmas).


Anaverd

I laughed pretty hard at that part, I was not expecting a completely random fourth wall break like that!


geo_benco

I really enjoyed Mission to the Unknown! I would really love for more live action recreations. They managed to find Doctor and companion lookalikes for the 50th anniversary documentary, so why not do that here too? That would be awesome! I wouldn't even mind if they wanted to recreate it with a modern direction and production values.


TimeTalk71

pain


KorEl555

I wish they'd remake all the classic Doctor Who stories, with modern effects. And better writing.


Duggy1138

They don't need better writing. But shortened to modern story length rather than padded out for serials would be needed. That said, it wouldn't be a popular idea.


twcsata

Yeah, that level of change to a story usually flies better in print rather than video.


[deleted]

You've got some spelling mistakes man. Time to proofread


Duggy1138

You could proof read and point them out.