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Charles Dickens appeared in the Doctor Who episode entitled 'The Unquiet Dead', which is series 1 episode 3.
Season 1 episode 3
In 2005, with Christopher Eccleston playing The Doctor, the actor Simon Callow played Charles Dickens in 'The Unquiet Dead'.
Scrooge is the central character of 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens.
Yes, David Tennant did appear in the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, called The Day of the Doctor.
The weeping angels appeared in the doctor who episode Blink episode 10 of series 3 doctor who
The Time Warrior.
Key to Time
She and her strange little family appeared in Bleak House.
the ghost of Christmas present (:
no, but torchwood will cross over with doctor who
He never appeared, but he did direct the episode Which Doctor.
The Cybermen's first appearance on Doctor Who was in the 1966 episode, The Tenth Planet.
Essentially, in the episode of series 4 'Turn left' He was behind all the events that occurred but did not appear during the episode. Therefore he, in a sense, already has but whether or not he will return and appear in an episode we are not able to tell.
He was in two episodes. He joined the Doctor and Rose at the end of the episode Dalek and was taken home and left their in the next episode The Long Game.
The comedian Ken Dodd appeared in the Doctor Who episode Delta and the Bannermen. This episode first aired from the 2nd of November 1987. Ken Dodd played the role of the Tollmaster.
The Eleventh Hour.
The Kandyman (proper spelling) in the 1988 story The Happiness Patrol.
Doctor Who: The Time Warrior
She first appeared in 1973 in an episode called The Time Warrior. The Doctor at the time was the third Doctor, played by Jon Pertwee.
At Christmas 2005 in Britain in the episode called The Christmas Invasion.
Because it was a one off made for television movie.