Doctor Who Quiz
Do you remember the classic episodes of Doctor Who? If so, why not test your knowledge of the BBC sci-fi series in our Saturday nostalgia quiz?
The popular programme has strong connections with the Manchester area. Salford actor Christopher Eccleston played the Doctor – so too did Colin Baker, who grew up in Rochdale.
And Oldham’s own Bernard Cribbins enjoys the rare distinction of appearing in both the TV and film versions of Doctor Who.
Many of the questions in our nostalgia quizzes come from Clive Hardy’s Around Manchester books on the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Each features more than 300 unmissable pictures from the M.E.N. archive.
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Answers are at the bottom of the page.
Who wrote the iconic Doctor Who theme music?
Which character did Bernard Cribbins play in the 2008 series of Doctor Who with David Tennant in the title role?
The first Doctor made his TV debut in 1963. Which actor played him?
What was the name of Bonnie Langford’s character who accompanied Colin Baker as the Doctor?
What planet does the Doctor come from?
In his first episode as the Doctor, Christopher Eccleston rescues shop girl Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) from which earth-invading adversaries?
What were the names of the giant ant-like creatures that inhabited the planet Vortis in the early Doctor Who adventure The Web Planet?
A – the Zarbi were ants, the Menoptera were huge butterflies on the same planet
Which race of Doctor Who’s enemies comes from the planet Mondas?
Which actor appears as the Doctor in the most episodes of the TV programme?
Peter Purves, before he became a Blue Peter presenter, played which of Doctor Who’s companions?
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