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This volume covers the years from 1974 to 1981. During this time Doctor Who achieved its highest viewing figures in Britain, and became a sensation in the United States. Tom Baker played the leading role — he was the longest-serving of the seven actors who have played the Doctor to date — and for many people his portrayal of the Doctor is the definitive one.
David J. Howe, Mark Stammers and Stephen James Walker are the authors of Doctor Who — The Sixties, the complete guide to the programme’s early years.
In this Handbook, they set the fourth Doctor in historical context, and go on to describe:
The Handbook is a must for every Doctor Who fan — and for everyone whose favourite Doctor is the curly-haired chap with the teeth and the long scarf.