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The Daleks was the second story of season 1 of Doctor Who . Its most obvious contribution to the Doctor Who mythos was the introduction of the Daleks , along with the Thals and the planet Skaro . It also continued and deepened the antagonistic relationship between the First Doctor and his new human companions , Ian and Barbara , which would come to a head in the next story .

The Doctor's non- humanoid adversaries caught on immediately with the British public, as was obvious from the serial 's ratings. A significant improvement over An Unearthly Child , The Daleks cemented Doctor Who 's position on the 1964 BBC1 schedule.

The serial was writer Terry Nation 's first for the programme. Its reception led to his recommissioning for The Keys of Marinus later in the season, as well as the return of the Daleks every season until season 5 . It also was the proximate cause for Nation's financial success, since his agent had cunningly negotiated Nation's co-ownership of the Daleks.

'We Are the Daleks proves there’s nothing more entertaining in the Whoniverse than a couple of age old adversaries going head to head with the fate of Earth, and the galaxy, at stake. Absolutely smashing…' Tim Mass Movement

'If you want to jump on board with Big Finish, then this is an excellent story to do so.' Fansided - Doctor Who Watch

'We are the Daleks is one of the most enjoyable, innovative takes on the Daleks for some time (both on TV and audio), as well as being an entertaining and thought-provoking Doctor Who adventure in its own right.' Doctorwhonews.net

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The Daleks was the second story of season 1 of Doctor Who . Its most obvious contribution to the Doctor Who mythos was the introduction of the Daleks , along with the Thals and the planet Skaro . It also continued and deepened the antagonistic relationship between the First Doctor and his new human companions , Ian and Barbara , which would come to a head in the next story .

The Doctor's non- humanoid adversaries caught on immediately with the British public, as was obvious from the serial 's ratings. A significant improvement over An Unearthly Child , The Daleks cemented Doctor Who 's position on the 1964 BBC1 schedule.

The serial was writer Terry Nation 's first for the programme. Its reception led to his recommissioning for The Keys of Marinus later in the season, as well as the return of the Daleks every season until season 5 . It also was the proximate cause for Nation's financial success, since his agent had cunningly negotiated Nation's co-ownership of the Daleks.

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Cloudflare Ray ID: 3e3c17d9f80a9095 • Your IP : 62.109.12.231 • Performance & security by Cloudflare

The Daleks was the second story of season 1 of Doctor Who . Its most obvious contribution to the Doctor Who mythos was the introduction of the Daleks , along with the Thals and the planet Skaro . It also continued and deepened the antagonistic relationship between the First Doctor and his new human companions , Ian and Barbara , which would come to a head in the next story .

The Doctor's non- humanoid adversaries caught on immediately with the British public, as was obvious from the serial 's ratings. A significant improvement over An Unearthly Child , The Daleks cemented Doctor Who 's position on the 1964 BBC1 schedule.

The serial was writer Terry Nation 's first for the programme. Its reception led to his recommissioning for The Keys of Marinus later in the season, as well as the return of the Daleks every season until season 5 . It also was the proximate cause for Nation's financial success, since his agent had cunningly negotiated Nation's co-ownership of the Daleks.

'We Are the Daleks proves there’s nothing more entertaining in the Whoniverse than a couple of age old adversaries going head to head with the fate of Earth, and the galaxy, at stake. Absolutely smashing…' Tim Mass Movement

'If you want to jump on board with Big Finish, then this is an excellent story to do so.' Fansided - Doctor Who Watch

'We are the Daleks is one of the most enjoyable, innovative takes on the Daleks for some time (both on TV and audio), as well as being an entertaining and thought-provoking Doctor Who adventure in its own right.' Doctorwhonews.net


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