Survivors: on this day

By Rich Cross   Last updated on 09 June 2019, 09:59:07

Recalling key dates in the history of Survivors



 The next seven days in Survivors


 30 October 199922 years ago
 Location trip A organised fan trip visited the filming locations for Lights of London, including the London Underground, The Oval cricket ground, BBC TV Centre and Hanwell train station

 31 October 192299 years ago
 Cast Birth of Talfyrn Thomas (Tom Price, S1)


 Earlier this month in Survivors


 1 October 194774 years ago
 Cast Birth of Carolyn Seymour (Abby Grant)

 4 October 200417 years ago
 DVD Official release date for the second series Survivors DVD boxset on the DD Video label

 6 October 200318 years ago
 DVD Official release date for the first series Survivors DVD boxset on the DD Video label

 7 October 201110 years ago
 Cast Death of George Baker (Arthur Wormley, Genesis), aged 80

 7 October 200813 years ago
 Cast Death of Peter Copley (Dr Bronson, The Fourth Horseman), aged 93

 18 October 200813 years ago
 Location trip The first day of the Mad Dog 2008 location trip saw participants join an organised walk through the sealed railway tunnels on the Monsal Trail

 19 October 200813 years ago
 Location trip The second day of the Mad Dog 2008 location trip visited locations at Monsal Dale


 Coming up in Survivors


 03 November 20156 years ago
 Audio Release of the third series of original Big Finish Survivors audio adventures


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24 October 2021202121 February

 Cross, R. (2021). 'Survivors: on this day,' [online] Survivors: A World Away, 21 February. Available at: https://survivors-mad-dog.org.uk/a-world-away/Survivors_on_this_day.php. Accessed on: 24 October 2021.

 
   

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