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BBC One — styled BBC1 and BBC-1 until 1997 — is a British television channel launched on 2 November 1936. It has been considered the "main" BBC terrestrial television channel in the United Kingdom since it was created by the devolution of BBC tv into BBC1 and BBC2.

Since the 25 April 1964 premiere of "The Screaming Jungle", it has been the network of origin for Doctor Who, excepting a few unusual stories, such as The Five Doctors and the 1996 telemovie. It was also the home network for A Girl's Best Friend, Invasion of the Bane, and the third series of Torchwood.

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Doctor Who premiered on the BBC in 1963 with An Unearthly Child. During broadcast of the fifth storyline, The Keys of Marinus, the BBC launched a new network, BBC Two. Beginning with the third episode of Marinus, "The Screaming Jungle", Doctor Who was said to air on BBC One.

BBC One continued to air Doctor Who through Season 26 in 1989. BBC One also aired the Doctor Who TV movie in 1996. Upon its 2005 return with Series 1 onwards, it was once again broadcast on BBC One.

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BBC One has also been the home network of several (but not all) Doctor Who spinoff productions.

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