Doctor Who bosses break silence on 'missing' The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes | The Sun

DOCTOR Who bosses have broken their silence as episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures are 'missing' from BBC iPlayer.

The spin off series to Doctor Who has been uploaded to the streaming service and is available to watch now.

However, the Beeb has been forced to clarify why episodes are missing from the boxset after eagled-eyed fans spotted the omissions.

A spokesperson has said a select number of episodes have been withdrawn as they make 'factual' changes.

"We are making a couple of minor edits for factual accuracy and we hope to make it available soon," they said in a statement to Digital Spy.

'The Curse of Clyde Langer' two-part episode from series five of the beloved series is one the of episodes missing.

The Sarah Jane Adventures aired on CBBC and was aimed at a younger audience.

It followed investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith who, as a young woman, had numerous adventures across time and space with the Doctor. 

Elisabeth Sladen played the role of Sarah Jane for five series between 2006 and 2010.

Elisabeth tragically passed away in 2011 just months after she was diagnosed with cancer.

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Following the devastating news the BBC announced that the series would not be returning for a sixth series.

In 2020 the show's writer Russell T Davies wrote a special tribute episode to honour the late actress.

Rani Chandra, played by Anjli Mohindra, ended the episode by declaring Sarah is out there somewhere, travelling the stars with The Doctor.

The Sarah Jane Adventures can be streamed now on BBC iPlayer.

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