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Whoniversaries 23 March

i) births and deaths

23 March 1909: birth of Charles Morgan, who played Songsten in The Abominable Snowmen (1967) and the Gold Usher in The Invasion of Time (1978).

23 March 1928: birth of Louis Marks, who wrote Planet of Giants (1964), Day of the Daleks (1972), Planet of Evil (1975) and The Masque of Mandragora (1976).

ii) births and deaths

23 March 1968: broadcast of second episode of Fury from the Deep. Maggie Harris is overpowered by Oak and Quill, and the mysterious noises intensify.

23 March 1974: broadcast of first episode of The Monster of Peladon. The Doctor and Sarah land on Peladon to find Queen Thalira having problems with the miners.

23 March 1982: broadcast of second episode of Time-Flight. The mysterious Kalid has been kidnapping Concordes. Guess who he really is???

23 March 1984: broadcast of second episode of The Twin Dilemma. The Doctor meets an old friend, but discovers that he is responsible for kidnapping the twins.

23 March 1985: broadcast of first episode of Revelation of the Daleks. At Tranquil Repose, there is a disc jockey who looks just like Alexei Sayle and people being turned into Daleks.
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