All summer, we’ve heard rumors that a cache of lost Doctor Who episodes have been returned to the BBC. Despite constant denials by the BBC, fans are still hoping that as many as 96 of the missing episodes from the William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton era have been returned or are in the process of being returned.
Well, seems as if two episodes from the second Doctor’s era could be made available to fans as early as Wednesday.
According to the UK’s Radio Times, two lost segments from that era will be made available on digital platforms such as iTunes and Amazon Wednesday morning.
The RT article indicates these episodes are from a larger cache of lost episodes discovered in Africa.
The BBC continues to issue denials that these episodes have been found.
Look like we will have to wait until Wednesday morning to find out if the story is true and which episodes (if any) we will get.