From The Telegraph... would be good if more were found.
Doctor Who tapes 'missing in Thailand'
Nine missing episodes of Doctor Who have been tracked down to Thailand. The BBC wiped dozens of episodes of the sci-fi serial during the 1960s and 1970s to make space in its archives.
However, some tapes thought lost forever have turned up in different corners of the world, having been shipped there by the BBC for broadcast on foreign television networks.
Researcher Damian Finucane claims to have traced nine early episodes to Thailand, including the seven-part Journey To Cathay serial in which the time-travelling Doctor joined Marco Polo on the Silk Route. They were sent for broadcast on the country's now-defunct Channel 4 in 1967.
Mr Finucane is offering a cash reward to anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing tapes. "Records show that nine episodes from Doctor Who were shipped to Bangkok, and now we're looking for anybody who has any information about it," he told the Bangkok Post.
"There are at least a few thousand episodes of Doctor Who, but we are still missing 108 of them and nine may still survive in Thailand. We're looking all over the place to recover what we can.
"We don't mind if you have them on VHS or on film, and we don't care if it has been dubbed into Thai. We just need to find them. Doctor Who has great historical and cultural value - the missing episodes are a lost heritage."
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