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The British Film Institute (or BFI) is a charitable organisation to help the development of film and television in the United Kingdom.
The following television stories received an exhibition at the BFI:
|An Unearthly Child||Doctor Who|
|"Air Lock"||Doctor Who|
|The Underwater Menace (episode 2 only)||Doctor Who|
|The Tomb of the Cybermen||Doctor Who|
|The Mind of Evil||Doctor Who|
|The Robots of Death||Doctor Who|
|The Two Doctors||Doctor Who|
|Remembrance of the Daleks||Doctor Who|
|Doctor Who||Doctor Who|
|Bad Wolf||Doctor Who|
|The Parting of the Ways||Doctor Who|
|The Stolen Earth||Doctor Who|
|Journey's End||Doctor Who|
|A Christmas Carol||Doctor Who|
|Asylum of the Daleks||Doctor Who|
|Let's Kill Hitler||Doctor Who|
|The Angels Take Manhattan||Doctor Who|
|The Day of the Doctor||Doctor Who|
|The Eleventh Hour||Doctor Who|
|The Name of the Doctor||Doctor Who|
|Vincent and the Doctor||Doctor Who|
|Deep Breath||Doctor Who|
|Death of the Doctor||The Sarah Jane Adventures|
|Sky||The Sarah Jane Adventures|
|The New World||Torchwood|
|An Adventure in Space and Time||Docudrama|
In 1983, Jeremy Bentham worked with the BFI in staging the two-day Doctor Who – The Developing Art weekend at the National Film Theatre, where the many guests included Patrick Troughton, Heather Hartnell, John Nathan-Turner, Anthony Ainley and Douglas Camfield.
Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty was broadcast live from the BFI on BBC Three following the BBC One premiere of The Day of the Doctor. It involved cast members from the whole history of Doctor Who, from William Russell to John Hurt.