Doctor Who is a British science-fiction television series produced by the BBC from 1963 to 1989 and again from 2005 to present. The program depicts the adventures of the Doctor, a Time Lord—a time-travelling humanoid alien. He explores the universe in his TARDIS, a sentient time-travelling space ship. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, which was a common sight in Britain in 1963 when the series first aired. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilisations, help ordinary people, and right wrongs. After a 26-year run on BBC, the series was cancelled. It was revived in 2005. Although technically two different shows, the "old" Doctor Who and "new" Doctor Who share the same storylines, characters, history, and in-series universe.
The 1963-1989 series featured four to ten "serials" per season- individual story lines comprised of (usually) five or six television epidodes. The 2005 revival series follows the more conventional format of having 12-13 individual episodes per season, along with a pre-season "Christmas Special" episode that airs on Christmas Day.
Terror of the Autons (Season 8, Serial 1)Edit
Jo Grant (Katy Manning) is captured by The Master (Roger Delgado) and is hypnotized into trying to blow up UNIT's headquarters.
Mind of Evil (Season 8, Serial 2)Edit
The Master hypnotizes young Chinese officer Chin Lee (Pik Sen Lim) to try and start World War 3.
Masque of Mandragora (Season 14, Serial 1)Edit
Sarah Jane Smith (Elisabeth Sladen) is drugged and hypnotized.
The Face of Evil(Season 14, Serial 4)Edit
The Doctor's companion Leela (Louise Jameson) is telepathically hypnotized by a computer to kill the Doctor.
The Talons of Weng-Chiang (Season 14, Serial 6) Edit
While in Victorian London, the Doctor and Leela encounter a despot from the 51st century who is hypnotizing young women and draining their life force to stay alive.
Image of the Fendahl (Season 15, Serial 3)Edit
An alien civilization uses an artifact to take control of people in an attempt to conquer Earth for their own.
The Armageddon Factor(Season 16, Serial 6)Edit
A mind control chip is used to turn Princess Astra (Lalla Ward) into an obidient servant.
State of Decay (Season 18, Serial 4)Edit
Romana (Lalla Ward) is hypnotized by vampires and prepared for a sacrifice.
Four to Doomsday (Season 19, Serial 4)Edit
Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) is hypnotized.