Two classic episodes of cult British sci-fi series Doctor Who once presumed lost have been returned to the Bbc archive.
The complete episodes, featuring the first two Time Lords William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, were among more than a hundred from the 1960s that were thought to have been destroyed.
Film collector Terry Burnett purchased them from a village fair near Southampton, England in the 1980s and was unaware they were actually missing material.
Doctor Who writer/actor Mark Gatiss says, "Christmas has come early for Doctor Who fans everywhere. It's always wonderful when a missing episode turns up but it's been years since the last one so to have two is just brilliant... What more could we all ask for?"