Doctor Who did not air on any local terrestrial stations in BELGIUM, but it was available through other means.
As far as we can tell, only the second of the two Peter Cushing Dalek movies was shown in cinemas in Belgium in the late 1960s, under the usual French title "Les Daleks Envahissent la Terre".
Under the right atmospheric conditions, and with specially modified aerials, some viewers on the coast could tune in to transmissions directly from the BBC propagating across the English Channel.
In 1975 and 1976, and again in 1985 and 1986, viewers could see the programme on cable or terrestrial transmissions from the Netherlands.
BBC1 became officially available on the Belgium subscriber cable network 'Intergem' from October 1983 (with BBC2 added months later), so Doctor Who would have been seen from season 21 on-wards. (And by 1984 (if not earlier) BBC1 and BBC2 may have both been available "live" via satellite.)
From 24 March 1987, Doctor Who was available via the UK satellite station Super Channel.
Belgium in Doctor Who
- The Gatwick airport Commandant took a call from Brussels (The Faceless Ones)
- The Doctor says he has met Napoleon Bonaparte - perhaps on the eve of the battle of Waterloo (1815) (Day of the Daleks)
- The Doctor mentions Waterloo in The Sontaran Experiment
- The Doctor was with Puccini before he died (in Brussels) (TV Movie)