"100,000 BC" is the first story of the first season of Doctor Who.

100,000 BC
Season 1 (1963-1964), Episode 1 to Episode 4
Air date 23 November - 14 December 1963
Written by Anthony Coburn
Directed by Waris Hussein
Episode guide
The Mutants


An Unearthly ChildEdit

The Cave of SkullsEdit

The Forest of FearEdit

The FiremakerEdit

Background informationEdit

Links and referencesEdit


Uncredited performersEdit



100,000 BC; 1963

Astrakhan hat; axe; bear; beast; boar; Britain; British currency; car; cave; Cave of Skulls; chameleon circuit; China; Chris Waites and the Carollers; Coal Hill School; decimal system; dimension; doctor of medicine; the Doctor's notebook; the Doctor's TARDIS; Earth; England; filament; fire; fourth dimension; France; French Revolution; The French Revolution; Gallifrey; Geiger counter; hit parade; horse; human; I.M. Foreman, Scrap Merchant; Ionic column; John Smith and the Common Men; junkyard; litmus paper; London; match; Metropolitan Police; mountain; Orb; Ormolu clock; police box; radiation counter; radio; Red Indian; scanner; sedan chair; skull; smoking pipe; stone knife; Stone of Death; television; tiger; Totter's Lane; United States; Waites, Aubrey; yearometer

Additional referencesEdit

Australia; St John Ambulance; USSR

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