Doctor Who has returned to iPlayer today (June 4th), with every episode since the show’s revival in 2005 now available to watch on the BBC’s online platform.
From Christopher Eccleston’s debut to Peter Capaldi’s tragic farewell, via David Tennant’s ‘allons-y’ years and Matt Smith’s fez-sporting sessions, bingeing on the Beeb’s Doctor Who supply is the perfect way to refresh your memory of all things Time Lord before Jodie Whittaker’s take arrives on our screens in the autumn. The Night Of The Doctor mini-episode, starring Paul McGann, is also included in the BBC’s bundle.
On the decision to bring Doctor Who series 1 through 10 back to the iPlayer, BBC programming chief Dan McGolpin said this:
“We’re reinventing the BBC for a new generation, and BBC iPlayer is key to that. Bringing back these series of Doctor Who is just part of our offer this summer, giving viewers the chance to uncover or rediscover the Doctor’s previous adventures.
“You can also watch the World Cup live in UHD, catch-up on the latest stories unfolding in Albert Square and binge-watch boxset drama like Our Girl, or comedy like This Country. BBC iPlayer will have something for everyone.”
Happy bingeing, Whovians! We’ll bring you all the latest Who news as we hear it, as long as we don’t get too distracted by the iPlayer.