Doctor Who Marathon Reviews

Hello all; or failing that, hello to my future self who will no doubt go back to indulge in my terrible blogging.
Last year, some time before Christmas I had an idea. Like all ideas, it was not at all original. I would watch through every single Doctor Who episode…ever. At the time of writing this, according to Wikipedia, that stands at over 820 individual episodes. Crikey.
However, I wanted to keep some kind of record of my watching; hence the blog; a medium of which I know nothing. What could go wrong?
I should quickly add that I have been a fan of Doctor Who for many-a-year, since catching a UKTV Gold repeat of Spearhead from Space followed by The Curse of Fenric. It’s just that I have not yet seen every episode, including all of the lost 97 episodes. So this is what I intend to do. Haven’t got a clue how long it will take – though the internet ‘reliably’ informs me that it will take at least a month…if I watch them all back to back…without a break…or sleep…or toilet breaks. I feel this may take me a while.

The First Doctor stories – William Hartnell (1963-1966)

The Second Doctor stories – Patrick Troughton (1966-1969)

The Third Doctor stories – Jon Pertwee (1970-1974)

The Fourth Doctor stories – Tom Baker (1974-1981)

The Fifth Doctor stories – Peter Davison (1981-1984)

The Sixth Doctor stories – Colin Baker (1984-1986)

The Seventh Doctor stories – Sylvester McCoy (1987-1989)

The Eighth Doctor stories – Paul McGann (1996)

The Ninth Doctor stories – Christopher Eccleston (2005)

The Tenth Doctor stories – David Tennant (2005-2010)

The Eleventh Doctor stories – Matt Smith (2010-2013)

The Twelfth Doctor stories – Peter Capaldi (2013-2017)