Last night I re watched a very old video of Doctor Who and the Terror of the Zygons. The tape was not very clear in some places, but we were able to see enough and hear enough of the story to follow it. VHS tapes don't last too well when they are over 20 years old. Sad, but true. Tom Baker was my very favourite Doctor! He was funny, and could be serious, too, while being the Doctor. I don't know what it is, but I prefer the low budget episodes of the Classic Doctor Who to the overdone newer episodes. I find the newer episodes too loud,and flashy. The music overtakes the dialogue, and I don't like that. I also think the writers are not as good as the ones who wrote for Doctor Who in the 1960s and 1970s. I grew up watching Jon Pertwee, then Tom Baker as the Doctor. I really liked Liz Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, too. She was a lovely young lady, and when she got back into doing T.V. with her very own show: The Adventures of Sarah Jane Smith, she was lovely! I had the opportunity to write to her, and she answered my letters! She was gracious, and charming, and I thought she was very kind to answer my letters. It was very shocking to me, when I'd heard that she had passed away due to Cancer. I cherish her letters! I had written to David Tennant, as well, but he never answered. Young people aren't very gracious. I blame their parents because they never taught their children to be polite or gracious. Sad. Very Sad! He is a good actor, but not a very good person, as he doesn't answer his fan mail...at least not the letter I sent him! Shame!