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Doctor Who ist eine britische Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie, die seit 1963 von der BBC produziert wird. Sie handelt von einem mysteriösen Zeitreisenden, der nur als "Der Doktor" bekannt ist. Er reist mit seinen Begleitern in einer Zeit-Raum-Maschine, der TARDIS, die von außen wie eine altmodische, britische Polizei-Notrufzelle aussieht. Der Doktor trifft dabei auf eine Vielfalt von Gegnern, hilft den Leuten, denen er begegnet, und rettet ganze Zivilisationen.

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1

An Unearthly Child - Unaired Pilot

The first episode, "An Unearthly Child", was originally recorded a month before full recording on the series began. However, the initial recording was bedevilled with technical problems and errors made during the performance. Two versions of the scene set in the TARDIS were recorded, along with an aborted first attempt to start the second version.

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The Five Doctors

Gallifrey, planet of the Time Lords. The Death Zone, where the ancient Gallifreyans once staged gladiatorial games between alien races from throughout the universe, has been reactivated. No less than three of the Doctor's former incarnations and several of his companions are brought here. But why? And who is the Player in the Game of Rassilon?

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Dimensions in Time (1)

The Rani draws the Doctor's First and Second incarnations into a time tunnel and traps his other incarnations in a time loop in Albert Square, bouncing back and forth between 1973, 1993 and 2013. She is also assembling a vast intergalactic menagerie, and needs an Earthling to complete her collection…

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Dimensions in Time (2)

The Rani plans to transfer her time tunnel to the centre of the Earth's time meridian, and use her store of genetic codes and brain prints of every living creature to control evolution itself. Can the Doctor escape from the time trap and save the universe?

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Doctor Who - The Movie

San Francisco, 1999. Returning home to Gallifrey with the remains of the Master, the TARDIS is forced off course, landing the Doctor in the middle of a street gang's gun fight in San Francisco. Critically wounded in the shoot out, the Doctor regenerates to save his own life. Meanwhile, the Master has taken possession of another new body. As the clock counts down to the start of the new millennium, the Doctor has to stop the Master destroying all life on Earth. The stage is set for what could be the final battle between these arch-enemies…

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Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death (1)

The Doctor arranges to meet his old foe the Master on the planet Tersurus. But when the Doctor arrives, the Master has prepared a series of hideous tortures for him and his lovely assistant, Emma. Horrible tortures. Evil, nasty and decidedly unpleasant tortures…

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Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death (2)

As the Doctor and the Master attempt to outwit one another a bizarre odyssey unfolds, featuring treacherous trapdoors and foul-smelling sewers. Then the Daleks get involved…

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Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death (3)

Betrayed by the Master, the Doctor and Emma are taken prisoner by the Daleks. A confrontation with the Master has fatal consequences…

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Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death (4)

A series of mishaps trigger the Doctor's regeneration cycle, leading to the biggest and most exciting adventure of his lives!

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Genesis of the Daleks Supplemental DVD

Genesis of a Classic: 62 minute production documentary The Dalek Tapes: 53-minute humorous documentary on the convoluted fictional history of the Daleks Blue Peter: Excerpt from the time of Genesis's transmission. Includes children's models Continuities compilation: BBC logo and announcer from original and repeat showings of the serial

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City of Death Supplemental DVD

"Paris in the Springtime" - 45-minute documentary on the series production."Paris, W12" - Original in-studio videotape extract showing candid examples of direction and technical processes"Prehistoric Landscapes" - Montage of spaceship and landscape model effects shots"Chicken Wrangler" - Montage of chicken/egg time compression effects shots"Eye on... Blatchford" - Humorous parody of BBC village/town promotional program, featuring a second lost Jaggaroth trying to fit in to rural village life

12

Die fünf Doktoren

Der fünfte Doctor, Tegan und Turlough machen endlich mal einen kleinen, wohlverdienten Entspannungsurlaub, aber die Ruhe währt nicht lange: In den verschiedensten Zeitebenen werden die einzelnen Inkarnationen des Doctors und mehrere ihrer Companions entführt und auf die „Todeszone“ nach Gallifrey gebracht. Es bedarf der geballten Fähigkeiten und Talente aller Titelhelden, um íhren Kidnapper zu entlarven.

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Talons of Weng-Chiang Supplemental DVD

"Whose Doctor Who"--60-minute documentary from 1977 going behind the scenes on the production of Talons of Weng-Chiang."Pebble Mill at One"--Appearance by Philip Hinchcliffe discussing his time as producer of Doctor Who."Blue Peter"--Live from the set of "Robot", with special effects creator Dick Mills. Shibaden tape--25 minutes of live studio recording Continuity and Trails from "Talons of Weng Chiang" and "Whose Doctor Who"

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An Unearthly Child - Unaired Studio Take

An unedited studio recording of the pilot "An Unearthly Child", including all takes of the second part of the show.

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The Invasion of Time Supplemental DVD

Out Of Time - The cast and crew look back at the making of the story. With actors Louise Jameson [Leela] , John Leeson [K-9] , Chris Tranchell [ Andred], Milton Johns [Castellan Kelner], script editor Anthony Read and visual effects designer Colin Mapson. The Rise And Fall of Gallifrey - A look at how the portrayal of the Time Lords and their home planet of Gallifrey has changed over the years. With script editors Terrance Dicks and Anthony Read, and former Doctor Who Magazine editors Gary Russell and Alan Barnes. The Elusive David Agnew - Who is the mysterious David Agnew, the writer of this story? script Editors Terrance Dicks and Anthony Read try to get to the bottom of the mystery... Deleted Scenes - Deleted scenes from the film sequences for parts 5 and 6 Continuity - BBC1 continuity announcements from the the story's original transmission. Radio Times Billings - Original listings from the Radio Times (DVD-ROM PC/MAC) Photo Gallery Coming Soon Trailer Production Subtitles

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The Key to Time Supplemental DVD

Defining Shadows - featurette on the production of the serial, featuring interviews with Bob Baker, Dave Martin, Richard McManan-Smith, Lalla Ward, David Harries, Barry Jackson. Directing Who - retrospective on Michael Hayes' work directing the serials The Pirate Planet, The Armageddon Factor and City of Death. Rogue Time Lords - featurette on various errant Time Lords featured throughout the series. Pebble Mill at One interview with Tom Baker promoting the broadcast of the 500th episode of Doctor Who, Armageddon Factor part 1. The New Sound of Music - a brief look at Dick Mills creating a sound effect for Doctor Who. Merry Christmas Doctor Who - an infamous skit filmed for BBC staff viewing only in which the Doctor and Romana get a little tipsy while celebrating the season and get K9 to sing a holiday song. Alernate/Extended Scene Continuities Photo Gallery Late Night Story

17

The Curse of Fenric Special Edition

England, the 1940s. The TARDIS brings the Doctor and Ace to a secret naval base during WWII. There, the time-travellers battle vampiric Haemovores and an ancient Viking curse!

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Making of Marco Polo 1-2

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Making of Marco Polo 2-2

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Marco Polo End Supplement

21

The Tomb of the Cybermen Supplemental DVD

The Lost Giants - Cast and crew look back on the making of The Tomb Of The Cybermen. With Deborah Watling, Frazer Hines, Shirley Cooklin, Bernard Holley and Michael Kilgarriff, script editor Victor Pemberton and visual effects designer Peter Day. The Curse Of The Cybermen's Tomb - Sir Christopher Frayling and Dr. Debbie Challis examine the ancient Egyptian origins to the story of the Cybermen's tomb on Telos. Cybermen - Extended Edition - A history of the Cybermen, presented by writer and broadcaster Matthew Sweet. The Magic of VidFIRE - A look at the technology behind the VidFIRE process, developed specifically for the Doctor Who DVD range in order to restore the original live studio video look to episodes that now only survive as film recordings. Sky Ray Advert - 1960's Doctor Who-themed promo for Walls Sky Ray ice lolly.

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The Reign of Terror Supplement

23

Doctor Who and the Daleks

An eccentric inventor and his companions travel in his TARDIS to the Planet Skaro and battle the evil menace of the Daleks.

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Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D.

The Daleks' fiendish plot in 2150 against Earth and its people is foiled when the Doctor and friends arrive from the 20th century and figure it out.

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Remembrance of the Daleks Supplemental DVD

Davros Connections - This pulls together the whole of the Davros Boxset into a single chronology, as well as being a fascinating documentary in its own right. An in-depth look at the history of the Daleks' creator, Davros, as portrayed in both the TV stories from the BBC and in audio adventures from official licensee Big Finish. With actors Terry Molloy, David Gooderson and Peter Miles, producer / director Gary Russell, director Ken Grieve, writers Eric Saward, Ben Aaronovitch, Gary Hopkins and Joseph Lidster. Narrated by Terry Molloy.

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The Invasion Start Supplement

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The Invasion End Supplement

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The Two Doctors Supplemental DVD

Behind the Sofa: Robert Holmes and Doctor Who - A special 45-minute documentary looking at this popular writer Beneath the Lights: A 25-minute look at the studio recording of The Two Doctors Beneath the Sun: A 35-minute featurette focusing on The Two Doctors’ Spanish location filming Adventures in Time and Spain: Production manager Gary Downie offers his insight into the making of this story Wavelength: A half-hour Radio 4 schools programme which goes behind the scenes of The Two Doctors Music-only Option: Allows the viewer to hear Peter Howell’s score on an isolated music track Production Subtitles Photo Gallery

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The Daemons Documentary - Return to Devils End

The documentary features interviews with actors, the director, local residents, and crew. All of the locations used in the episode are reviewed, and include archival footage shot during the original shooting in 1971.

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Battlefield Special Edition

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The Seeds of Death Supplemental DVD

Sssowing the Ssseedsss New 25-minute featurette on the Ice Warriors, featuring Alan Bennion, Sonny Caldinez, the late Bernard Bresslaw and Sylvia James The Latest Dalek Original 8mm footage of the filming of the lost classic,The Evil of the Daleks. Commentary by Michealjohn Harris and Peter Day New Zealand Censor Clips Newly discovered footage from the missing episodes of The Web of Fear and The Wheel in Space Production Note Option Photo Gallery TARDIS-Cam No. 6

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The Invasion Supplemental DVD

Flash Frames - 11-Minute Featurette on the Creation of the Animated Episodes 1 and 4 with Cosgrove Hall's Animation Team Love Off-Air - An Affectionate 15-Minute Tribute to the People Dedicated Enough to Capture the Soundtracks of Doctor Who in the 1960s, Enabling the Recreated Episodes on this DVD Animation Trailer Character Design - Short Showcase of Steve Maher's Character Design for Animated Episodes Evolution of the Invasion - 49-Minute "Making of" Featurette VHS Links - Nicholas Courtney's Links from the 1993 Video Release of The Invasion Production Notes Subtitle Option Photo Gallery

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Doctor Who and the Silurians Supplemental DVD

What Lies Beneath: Cast and crew explore how the socio-political climate of the late sixties shaped this story (35 mins) Going Underground: Making Of (19 mins) Now and Then: Location featurette (9 mins) Musical Scales: Retrospective on an era of musical experimentation in Doctor Who Color Silurian Overlay: Featurette showing how the story was restored to full color for DVD release (4 mins) Isolated Music Radio Times Listings (DVD-ROM PC/Mac) Photo Gallery (6 mins)

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The Dalek Invasion of Earth Supplemental DVD

Future Visions - A look at the designs of Spencer Chapman Future Memories - Documentary Talking Daleks - Documentary Now And Then - The serials locations revisited 40 years on Script to screen Dalek Cakes - Blue Peter's Valerie Singleton creates Dalek confections What Ever Happened To Susan Rehearsal film footage from 1964 Photo Gallery Two Easter Eggs

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Scream of the Shalka - The Sound of Silence (1)

The Doctor's TARDIS materialises in the village of Lannet in Lancashire. An annoyed Doctor, who has apparently been transported here against his will. He discovers the village silent, its inhabitants all living in fear except for a barmaid, Alison Cheney. The alien Shalka have taken up residence beneath Lannet in preparation for a wider invasion. Despite his initial reluctance, the Doctor finds himself having to save the world again, aided by Alison and an enemy who has become an ally.

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Scream of the Shalka - Sound of the Underground (2)

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Scream of the Shalka - Meet the Monsters (3)

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Scream of the Shalka - Escape to Danger (4)

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Scream of the Shalka - Trouble on the Move (5)

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Scream of the Shalka - Hitting the Right Note (6)

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The Missing Years

An array of rare archive footage from the missing stories of Doctor Who as well as presenting the incredible stories that recount their discovery from Nigeria to Australia. There are the moments considered too frightening for Australian audiences, a six minute extract from Galaxy 4: Four Hundred Dawns and pristine film footage from The Dalek's Master Plan, all carefully reconstructed and restored aurally and visually.

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In a Fix with Sontarans

The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) is working the controls in the TARDIS, and he accidentally teleports his former companion Tegan Jovanka (Janet Fielding) on board. She is less than happy about this, and reluctantly agrees to help the Time Lord. He reveals that two Sontarans are on board, and they possess a powerful vitrox bomb with which they intend to blow up the time machine.

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Lust in Space

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The Doctors (1)

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The Doctors (2)

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The Making of The Curse of Fatal Death

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The Story of Doctor Who

Documentary covering 40 years of Doctor Who.

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I Was a Doctor Who Monster

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Whose Doctor Who

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Where on Earth is Katy Manning?

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Wartime

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The Making of Silver Nemesis

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More than 30 Years in the TARDIS

It was sixteen minute’s past five (Earth Time) on Saturday the 23rd November 1963, the day after the assassination of President Kennedy, when Doctor Who first materialised on to BBC Television. Squeezed in between the football results and the Telegoons, a legend was born. So, from humble flickering beginnings more than 30 years ago, began the eccentric Timelord’s crusade against evil. Now this fascinating documentary charts that remarkable career in time travel.

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The Ultimate Adventure

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Resistance is Useless

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Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans

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Downtime

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Doctor Who - The Movie (workprint)

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The Making of Shakedown

60

Do You Have a License to Save This Planet?

What do you get if you cross a Krynoid with an Auton, Sontaran and a sombrero wearing Cyberon with a penchant for fine wines and Ex-cell-ent conversation? Shot probably. On the other hand you could have landed yourself in the middle of the Licensed Reality Corporations' ™ attempt to wipe the stain of the Foot Doctor from the bottom of Accepted Canonicity. Packed full of strange whizzy things, blue swirly things, and more than its fair share of spoons, "Do You Have A Licence To Save This Planet?" brings Sylvester McCoy into battle against some of the most fearsome (as seen on BBCTV's Doctor Who) monsters of all time. Armed only with a duffle coat, an umbrella and a patented Sylvester-o-matic-talk-them-to-death-o-tron the Foot Doctor has come to save the universe once again. He's back. And it's about feet. edit

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Planet of the Spiders Supplemental DVD

The Final Curtain - Five years after its re-invention in colour and its rise to massive popularity, it was time for Doctor Who’s charismatic lead actor Jon Pertwee to move on… and with him the production team that had guided the show throughout that period. This documentary looks at the background to the Third Doctor’s swansong. John Kane Remembers - John Kane memorably played the gentle, slow-witted Tommy, reborn through the power of the Metebelis crystal. An accomplished writer and series creator, Kane now lives in France, from where he looks back on his memories of the story. Directing Who: Barry Letts - Barry Letts is perhaps most famous as producer of Doctor Who, but he was also responsible for directing some of the show’s best-loved stories. Barry looks back on his career as a director in this documentary. Now and Then - The latest instalment in our ongoing series takes a trip back to some of the locations used during production of the story. ‘Planet of the Spiders’ omnibus edition - The full-length omnibus edit of the story, presented here totally unrestored.

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Adventures in Space and Time

Documentary that looks at the history of Doctor Who, from its initial broadcast to the 1996 Television movie. Beginning with the first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, the documentary charts the history of the show, analysing the style of the various eras and incarnations of the Doctor.

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Real Time (1)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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Real Time (2)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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Real Time (3)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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Real Time (4)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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Real Time (5)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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Real Time (6)

There has been a series of mysterious vanishings on the desert planet Chronos in the 33rd century. Survey teams working for a university seem to have simply vanished amongst the pyramids on the planet. Alongside two other survey teams and an expert on cybernetics, the Doctor and Evelyn learn the deadly truth: that the planet Chronos is being used as a base for one of the Doctor's oldest and deadliest foes — the Cybermen.

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The Aztecs Supplemental DVD

Galaxy 4 - A reconstruction of the missing story Galaxy 4, using off-screen stills, audio recordings and animation plus the recently recovered complete episode three. Chronicle - The Realms of Gold - John Julius Norwich’s 1969 retelling of the story of the Spanish conquest of Mexico and the Aztecs. Dr Forever! - Celestial Toyroom - The first of a new five-part series looks at Doctor Who toys. It’s a Square World - The very first Doctor Who skit. A Whole Scene Going - An interview with director Gordon Flemyng and a behind-the-scenes look at filming of his film Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 AD.

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The Claws of Axos Supplemental DVD

Axon Stations! - Cast and crew look back at the making of the story. Now & Then - A look at the locations used in The Claws of Axos, contrasting how they appeared in 1971 with how they are now. Narrated by Katy Manning. Directing Who - Director Michael Ferguson recalls his work on The Claws of Axos. Studio Recording - The entirety of the earliest surviving Doctor Who studio recording – complete with studio chatter, recording breaks and VT run-ups. Living with Levene - Toby Hadoke spends a weekend with actor John Levene •

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The Daemons Supplemental DVD

The Devil Rides Out - Cast and crew talk about the making of the story. Remembering Barry Letts - A look at the life and work of Barry Letts. Location Film - A mute amateur 8mm film shot in the village of Aldbourne during the location filming. Colourisation Test - The original colourisation test version of episode one from 1992. Tomorrow’s World - An article on the technology used in the restoration.

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The Mind of Evil Supplemental DVD

The Military Mind - A look at the making of the story. Featuring actors Nicholas Courtney, Pik-Sen Lim and Fernanda Marlow, director Timothy Combe, producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks. Now and Then - The latest in our long-running series visits the filming locations used in the story to see how they have changed over the years. Behind the Scenes: Television Centre - Back in 1971, presenter Norman Tozer visited BBC Television Centre to find out what went on over 24 hours in the life of what was then an incredibly busy ‘television factory’. Radio Times listings 1971 Kellogg’s Sugar Smacks promotion

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The Visitation Supplemental DVD

Grim Tales – Brand-new 45-minute documentary. Former companion Mark Strickson takes Peter Davison, Janet Fielding and Sarah Sutton back to the original filming locations while other cast and crew discuss their memories of the story. The Television Centre of the Universe: Part One - Peter Davison, Mark Strickson and Janet Fielding return to BBC Television Centre and meet up with old friends and colleagues to reminisce on their time in the iconic building. Doctor Forever: The Apocalypse Element - Examining the world of Doctor Who on audio. Including interviews with Colin Baker, Russell T Davies, Mark Gatiss and many others.

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Survival Supplemental DVD

Endgame - A documentary delving into why Doctor Who was cancelled at the end of Season 26 and what might have been in store for the Doctor and Ace if the series had continued into Season 27 Search Out Science - A schools programme featuring the Doctor and Ace, with Stephen Johnson and K9 Little Girl Lost - A retrospective look at the development of Sophie Aldred's character, Ace Destiny Of The Doctors - Anthony Ainley's last appearance as The Master, in these links from the 1997 computer game

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Enlightenment (Special Edition)

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The War Games Supplemental DVD

War Zone - The making of Patrick Troughton's epic swansong. Shades of Grey - The effect of monochrome television on early productions. Now and Then - The locations of 'The War Games' forty years on. The Doctor's Composer - Dudley Simpson looks back at his first five years. Sylvia James - In Conversation. Talking About Regeneration - Explores the ideas involved and takes a closer look at each of the Doctor's regenerations. Time Zones - Historians discuss the reality behind the various time zones featured in 'The War Games'. Stripped for Action - The Second Doctor On Target - Malcolm Hulke - The first in a series of features on the Target range of TV story novelizations looks at the work of writer Malcolm Hulke. Devious - For over a decade, a group of friends on England's south coast met on weekends to shoot an amateur Doctor Who film - 'Devious'. Photo Gallery Subtitle Production Notes PDF material • Coming Soon

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Inferno Supplemental DVD

Can You Hear the Earth Scream? - Actors and production team recall working on the story in this specially-shot featurette. Hadoke versus HAVOC - Presenter Toby Hadoke reunites surviving members of the HAVOC stunt team and trains with them to perform a stunt himself. Will he survive to become an honorary member of HAVOC? With stunt arranger Derek Ware and stunt men Roy Scammell, Derek Martin and Stuart Fell. Doctor Forever - Lost in the Dark Dimension - the penultimate instalment of our new five part series looking at how Doctor Who was kept alive in the years between the end of the classic series and the beginning of the new. In this episode we look at the various attempts to bring the show back during that period. With current and former Doctor Who Magazine editors Tom Spilsbury, John Freeman and Gary Russell, former BBC range editor Steve Cole, actor David Burton, writer Adrian Rigelsford, director Graeme Harper and new series executive producer Russell T Davies. Narrated by Zeb Soanes. The UNIT Family - Part One - a featurette looking at the Earthbound Doctor's 'family' during his exile to Earth and his new role as the scientific advisor to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. Visual Effects Promo Film - an excerpt from an early attempt to 'sell' the experience and facilities of the BBC Visual Effects Department to new clients. This short film features model effects filming from the Doctor Who stories 'The Ambassadors of Death' and 'Inferno', a watertank sketch from 'Marty Amok' featuring Marty Feldman, model shots from 'The Caves of Steel' and the filming of the forced-perspective model pier for the explosive finale of the missing 'Doomwatch' episode, 'Survival Code'. Deleted Scene - a short deleted scene which was never seen in the original BBC transmission of the story, featuring a rather too obvious Jon Pertwee as the voice of a radio presenter. • Pertwee Years Intro - a short introduction to the story's final episode from Jon Pertwee, originally presented as part of BBC Video's 'The Pertwee Years' VHS release. Coming Soon Trailer (The Mind Of Evil) Photo Gallery (dur. 6' 10" ) Three Easter Eggs Doctor Who Annual - an Adobe PDF version of the 1971 Doctor Who Annual, supplied as a PC-ROM feature for access by PC and Mac users. Radio Times Listings in Adobe PDF format.

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The Ice Warriors Supplemental DVD

Cold Fusion - Cast and crew look back at the making of the story. With actors Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling and Sonny Caldinez, designer Jeremy Davies and James Bresslaw, son of the late actor Bernard Bresslaw. Beneath the Ice - A look behind the scenes of the animated Ice Warrior episodes. Producers Chris Chapman and Niel Bushnell, together with animation director Chris Chatterton from Qurios lift the lid on the process used to bring Varga and his Warriors back to life. VHS Links - the introduction to the story and linking material covering the two missing episodes, as used on the VHS release of the story in 1998. Includes the BBC Video “Adjust your tracking control” caption for a true sense of nostalgia! Blue Peter Design-a-Monster - the competition launch and subsequent winners of the 1967 Design-a-Monster competition, which ran during the transmission of The Ice Warriors. Doctor Who Stories - Frazer Hines part two - the second part of this interview with Frazer Hines shot in 2004 for The Story of Doctor Who looks at his later appearances in the series.

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Shada Supplemental DVD

Taken Out Of Time - A frank and revealing examination of why Shada became the only Doctor Who story never to be completed. Featuring Tom Baker (The Doctor), Daniel Hill (Chris Parsons) and director Pennant Roberts. Strike! Strike! Strike! - A look at how industrial action impacted Doctor Who over the years. Now And Then - Compare the Cambridge locations as they appeared in 1979 with how they look today. Being A Girl - A look at the representation of women in Doctor Who.

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The Mutants Supplemental DVD

Mutt Mad - cast and crew look back at the making of the story. With actor Garrick Hagon, producer Barry Letts, director Christopher Barry, co-writer Bob Baker, script editor Terrance Dicks and designer Jeremy Bear. Race Against Time - Noel Clarke narrates a documentary looking at the representation of black actors in Doctor Who and on British TV as a whole. With writer and critic Bidisha, writer Stephen Bourne, actor Fraser James, and Doctor Who Magazine’s assistant editor Peter Ware. Dressing Doctor Who - three-times Academy Award winning costume designer James Acheson takes an affectionate look back over his earlier work on Doctor Who from his home in New Zealand. Narrated by Simon Ockendon. Blue Peter - Peter Purves takes a look at a collection of Doctor Who monsters prior to the opening of an exhibition of visual effects.

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Planet of Fire Special Edition

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Day of the Daleks Supplemental DVD

The Making of Day of The Daleks - Special Edition - Producer Steve Broster guides us through the creation of his Special Edition of this story. With voice artiste Nicholas Briggs, audio engineer Mark Ayres, cameraman John Kelly, Dalek builder Toby Chamberlain, UNIT soldier Kevan Looseley and Ogron Nick Nicholson. Now And Then - A visit to the locations used in Day Of The Daleks to see how they have changed over the years. Narrated by Toby Hadoke. The UNIT Family - Part 2 - The second instalment of the series looking at the Doctor's years on Earth as scientific advisor to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce and the strong family bonds created during that time. With Katy Manning, Barry Letts, Terrance Dicks, actors Nicholas Courtenay, John Levene, Richard Franklin and Fernanda Marlowe, stuntman Derek Ware. The UNIT Dating Conundrum - Over the years , many fans have tried to rationalise the chronological setting of the UNIT stories from clues within the narrative, despite the obstacles seemingly put in their way by the production team. Narrator Toby Hadoke explains why dating the stories is so difficult, assisted by Terrance Dicks, Dave Owen, Nicholas Briggs and Ben Aaronovitch. The Cheating Memory - Special Edition producer Steve Broster tries to discover why the reality of Day Of The Daleks doesn't quite live up to the memory he has of first seeing it, aged six. With psychologist Dr. Sarita Robinson, Nicholas Briggs and Ben Aaronovitch.

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The Monster of Peladon Supplemental DVD

The Peladon Saga, Part Two - Cast and crew recall the making of both Peladon Stories. Part Two looks at the characters and monsters featured in the stories. With Actors Katy Manning, Donald Gee, Nina Thomas, Ralph Watson, Stuart Fell, Sonny Caldinez and Nick Evans, producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks, production assistant Chris D’Oyly-John, sound designer Brian Hodgson and make-up supervisor Elizabeth Moss. Narrated by David Hamilton... Deleted Scene - A re-creation of a deleted scene based on a surviving audio recording. Where Are They Now? - David Jacobs interviews actress Ysanne Churchman, who provided the voice for alien ambassador Alpha Centauri in both Peladon stories, in this extract from the 1980 television series. On Target: Terrance Dicks - Writer and script editor Terrance Dicks novelised many Doctor Who stories for the Target book range over the years. This documentary features contributions from Terrance himself plus writers Paul Cornell, Gareth Roberts and David J Howe, and former Doctor Who Magazine editor Alan Barnes. Featuring readings by Caroline John, Katy Manning and David Troughton.

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Resurrection of the Daleks Supplemental DVD

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The Caves of Androzani Supplemental DVD

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Frontier in Space Supplemental DVD

The Perfect Scenario: Lost Frontiers The Space War Roger Delgado: The Master Stripped for Action: The Third Doctor

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The Seeds of Doom Supplemental DVD

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The Three Doctors Supplemental DVD

Happy Birthday To Who - Cast and crew recall the making of The Three Doctors in this brand-new documentary. With contributions from Katy Manning (Jo Grant) , Stephen Thorne (Omega) , producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks and co-writer Bob Baker. Was Doctor Who Rubbish? - Four fans of the classic series defend traditional claims that the programme was nothing more than a quarry-bound romp with wobbly sets and dodgy effects. Girls, Girls , Girls - The 1970's - Continuing this popular series, Caroline John (Liz Shaw) and louise Jameson (Leela) join Katy Manning for a discussion on the perils of being a 1970's Doctor Who girl. Introduced by Peter Purves.

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The Ambassadors of Death Supplemental DVD

Mars Probe 7: Making the Ambassadors of Death - cast and crew look back at the making of the story. With Michael Ferguson, Terrance Dicks, Derek Ware, Roy Scammell and assistant floor manager Margot Hayhoe. Narrated by Carl Kennedy Trailer - the original BBC trailer for the story. Tomorrow’s Times - The Third Doctor - our ongoing series looking at the press coverage of Doctor Who reaches the Jon Pertwee era. Presented by Peter Purves Photo Gallery - production, design and publicity photos from the story Radio Times Listings in Adobe PDF format Coming Soon Trailer

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The Chase Supplemental DVD

The Thrill of the Chase - Richard Martin looks back at the making of the story Last Stop White City - The story of schoolteachers Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton Daleks Conquer and Destroy - A look at the appeal of the Daleks Daleks Beyond the Screen - The merchandising opportunities presented by the Daleks Shawcraft - The Original Monster Makers - Documentary on the makers of many props and models for 1960s Doctor Who Follow that Dalek -Amateur 8mm colour film from Shawcraft Models in 1967 Give-a-Show Slides - 16 stories presented on seven slides each from the 1960s Doctor Who Give-A-Show Projector Photo Gallery Easter Egg

91

The Green Death Supplemental DVD

Visual Effects - An interview with the story's visual effects designer, Colin Mapson, including how to build a giamt maggot. Global Conspiracy? - A spoof report looks at the strange happenings in the village of Llanfairfach. Written by and starring Mark Gatiss. Robert Sloman Interview - An interview with the story's writer. Stewart Bevan Interview - An interview with the actor who played Professor Clifford Jones. Wales Today Footage - Two pieces from the BBC Wales programme - a mute 1973 film insert from the filming of The Green Death, and a 1994 item with Jon Pertwee opening the new country park that was built on the site used in the story. Doctor Forever - The Unquiet Dead - Final instalment in our five-part series looking at how Doctor Who was kept alive in the years between the end of the classic series and the beginning of the new. In this unique interview, new series creator Russell T. Davies and then BBC Controller of Drama, Jane Tranter, talk about Doctor Who's rebirth on television. Narrated by Zeb Soanes. What Katy Did Next - A look at Serendipity, the tv series that Katy Manning presented after leaving Doctor Who The One With The Maggots - Cast and crew look back at the making of this story. With actors Katy Manning and Stewart Bevan, director Michael Briant, producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks, assistant floor manager Karilyn Collier and visual effects assistant Colin Mapson. The Sarah Jane Adventures - Death of the Doctor - This two-part story from 2010 sees Katy Manning reprising her role as Jo Grant and a guest appearance by Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, as they join forces with series regulars at the Doctor's funeral. Optional commentary with actress Katy Manning and series creator Russell T. Davies.

92

The Tenth Planet Supplemental DVD

William Hartnell Interview - Shortly after leaving Doctor Who, star William Hartnell joined the 1966 Christmas pantomime tour of Puss in Boots. Interviewed in his dressing room for the BBC Bristol’s Points West programme, Hartnell talks frankly about Daleks, the merits of pantomime and his own thoughts on his future career in this extremely rare glimpse into the mind of the man who first brought the role of the Doctor to life... Doctor Who Stories – Anneke Wills - Anneke Wills look back on her role as Polly in the series, in an interview recorded for the BBC’s Story of Doctor Who in 2003. The Golden Age - Historian Dominic Sandbrook examines the myth of a ‘Golden Age’ of Doctor Who. Boys! Boys! Boys! - Peter Purves, Frazer Hines and Mark Strickson reminisce about their time as companions to the First, Second and Fifth Doctors respectively. Companion Piece - A psychologist, writers and some of the Doctor’s companions over the years examine what it means to be a Time Lord’s fellow traveller . With actors William Russell, Elisabeth Sladen, Louise Jameson, Nicola Bryant and Arthur Darvill, writers Nev Fountain and Joseph Lidster, and psychologist Dr Tomas Charmorro-Premuzic. Blue Peter: Doctor Who's Tenth Anniversary - Two weeks before the show’s tenth anniversary, the Blue Peter team take a look back at Doctor Who’s history. Ironically, the strict preservation of Blue Peter’s history means that the clip of the first regeneration has been preserved, but the final episode of The Tenth Planet that it came from was never again seen after its use here.

93

Terror of the Zygons Supplemental DVD

Scotch Mist in Sussex - Cast and crew look back at the making of this story. With actors John Levene and John Woodnutt, Philip Hinchcliffe, Robert Banks Stewart, designer Nigel Curzon, costume designer James Acheson, visual effects assistant Steve Bowman, writer and historian Simon Farquar and the director’s son, Joggs Camfield. Remembering Douglas Camfield - The life and work of respected director Douglas Camfield is remembered in this documentary. With actors Celia Imrie, Peter Purves, Jonathan Newth and John Levene, Philip Hinchcliffe, Robert Banks Stewart, director Graeme Harper and Joggs Camfield. Narrated by Glen Allen. The UNIT Family Part 3 - The concluding part of the series looking at the stories featuring the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. With actors Tom Baker, Nicholas Courtney, Katy Manning, John Levene and Richard Franklin, producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks. Doctor Who Stories: Tom Baker - Tom Baker talks about his work on the series in this interview originally recorded for 2003’s The Story of Doctor Who. Doctor Who Stories: Elisabeth Sladen - Elisabeth Sladen remembers her time as Sarah Jane Smith in this interview recorded for The Story of Doctor Who. Merry-Go-Round: The Fuel Fishers - Elisabeth Sladen flies out to visit North Sea oil rigs and learn about the process of oil exploration in this schools programme from 1977. South Today - Tom Baker interviewed on location in Sussex during the Terror of the Zygons filming by the BBC’s regional news programme South Today. Disney Time - featuring the The Fourth Doctor (easter egg)

94

An Adventure in Space and Time

This special one-off drama travels back in time to 1963 to see how Doctor Who was first brought to the screen. Actor William Hartnell felt trapped by a succession of hard-man roles. Wannabe producer Verity Lambert was frustrated by the TV industry's glass ceiling. Both of them were to find unlikely hope and unexpected challenges in the form of a Saturday tea-time drama. Allied with a team of unusual but brilliant people, they went on to create the longest running science fiction series ever made.

95

Death Comes to Time - Pilot Episode (1)

“Even Time Lords die...” When a dissident Time Lord group inadvertently caused the destruction of an entire civilisation through interference, its members vowed to repent by serving the Universe not as gods of Time but as mere men. Many years later, this peaceful resolve is severely tested when two of their number are killed -- and the Doctor’s seventh incarnation becomes embroiled in the struggle against the apparently unstoppable General Tannis. Plagued by ominous portents, the Doctor and his companion Antimony must race across the Universe, taking in the Santine Republic, the Great Orion Nebula and the frozen heart of the Canisian Empire. Meanwhile, the mysterious Minister of Chance battles his own inner demons, and former TARDIS traveller Ace finds herself in training for a destiny she never dreamed possible. Matters reach a terrible climax when Tannis’ next target for subjugation is identified. Exactly how much is the Doctor prepared to sacrifice in order to save Earth?

96

Death Comes to Time - Planet of Blood (2)

97

Death Comes to Time - The Child (3)

98

Death Comes to Time - No Child of Earth (4)

99

Death Comes to Time - Death Comes to Time (5)

100

Shada (Webcast) - A Mystery in Cambridge (1)

The most dangerous book in the universe has been stolen.

101

Shada (Webcast) - The Race for the Book (2)

102

Shada (Webcast) - The Doctor Loses His Mind (3)

103

Shada (Webcast) - Death Has Its Advantages (4)

104

Shada (Webcast) - The Race to Find Shada (5)

105

Shada (Webcast) - The Universal Mind (6)

106

Mindwarp (Special Edition)

Episode Description

1

An Unearthly Child (1)

London, 1963. Schoolteachers Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright are perplexed by the behaviour of one of their pupils, Susan Foreman. Her knowledge of science and history exceeds theirs, yet she seems totally ignorant of many common aspects of everyday life. They follow her to her home address, a junkyard with a police telephone box standing in it, and encounter her grandfather, the enigmatic Doctor. When they force their way past him into the police box, Susan's secret is revealed: she and the Doctor are aliens, and the police box is a time machine, the TARDIS, capable of visiting any point in the universe at any moment in time…

2

The Cave of Skulls (2)

Earth, 100,000 B.C. The enigmatic Doctor, afraid that schoolteachers Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright will reveal his secrets to the people of 20th century Earth, has taken them and his granddaughter Susan back to the dawn of human history. There, the four travellers are dragged into the savage politics of a tribe of cavemen who have lost the secret of making fire…

3

The Forest of Fear (3)

Prisoners of the earliest humans, the TARDIS crew are caught in a deadly power play for leadership of the tribe.

4

The Firemaker (4)

The TARDIS crew must make fire for the early humans to stay alive. But once they do, they may not be allowed to leave!

5

The Dead Planet (1)

Time Unknown, Planet Unknown. The TARDIS lands in an eerie petrified forest overlooking a magnificent steel city. The Doctor wants to explore the city – but what is waiting there?

6

The Survivors (2)

The dead planet is not uninhabited after all. The Doctor is about to meet what will become his greatest enemies. And he and his crew are dying of radiation sickness.

7

The Escape (3)

Imprisoned on Skaro by the scheming Daleks, the Doctor and his companions work to escape their clutches.

8

The Ambush (4)

The time travellers work desperately to both escape the Dalek city and prevent a bloody massacre.

9

The Expedition (5)

The time travellers have escaped from the Daleks, but left a vital piece of the TARDIS behind. Getting it back will mean pushing the Thals to mount a dangerous operation.

10

The Ordeal (6)

Ian, Barbara and the Thals struggle through the caves to reach the Dalek city. Will they get there in time? Is there even a way through the treacherous caves? And what are the Daleks planning?

11

The Rescue (7)

Time is running out as the Doctor and his companions try to defeat the Daleks before they wipe out all life on Skaro.

12

The Edge of Destruction (1)

A mysterious explosion has knocked the TARDIS into void. And in their confusion, the crew are turning on one another.

13

The Brink of Disaster (2)

The TARDIS is adrift, the crew turning on each other. Only by working together can they find their way out before they are destroyed.

14

The Roof of the World (1)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

15

The Singing Sands (2)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

16

Five Hundred Eyes (3)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

17

The Wall of Lies (4)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

18

Rider From Shang-Tu (5)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

19

Mighty Kublai Khan (6)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

20

Assassin at Peking (7)

The TARDIS experiences a total power failure and is stranded in the Himalayas in the 13th century. The travellers are forced to join the caravan of the famous explorer, Marco Polo, in order to survive -- but Polo, fascinated by their claims that the TARDIS can fly through the air, seizes it on behalf of Kublai Khan in the hope that presenting the Khan with such a fabulous gift will convince him to let Polo return home to Venice. The travellers are forced to accompany Polo on his long trek across Asia to the Khan's court, but their many attempts to reclaim their property are foiled -- not just by Polo, but by the war lord Tegana, who is apparently on a mission of peace but has entirely different plans for dealing with Kublai Khan...

21

The Sea of Death (1)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

22

The Velvet Web (2)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

23

The Screaming Jungle (3)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

24

The Snows of Terror (4)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

25

Sentence of Death (5)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

26

The Keys of Marinus (6)

The alien world of Marinus. Perfect peace has reigned here for decades due to the mind-controlling influence of a machine known as the Conscience. But now a race known as the Voord have developed an immunity and Arbitan, keeper of the machine, has been forced to scatter the vital control keys around the planet. Now he needs the help of the time travellers to get them back - it will be an extraordinary journey, with perils every step of the way...

27

The Temple of Evil (1)

Mexico, the early 15th century.The TARDIS arrives in the tomb of former Aztec High Priest Yetaxa. The travellers become cut off from the ship when they go and explore the temple outside. Barbara is acclaimed by the High Priest of Knowledge, Autloc, as Yetaxa's divine reincarnation. However, she incurs the wrath of the High Priest of Sacrifice, Tlotoxl, when she attempts to use her new-found authority to stop the Aztec practice of human sacrifice. Can Barbara change the course of history and save the Aztecs? Can the time travellers find a way back into the tomb? Or will they fall victim to Tlotoxl's altar of sacrifice?

28

The Warriors of Death (2)

Mexico, the early 15th century.The TARDIS arrives in the tomb of former Aztec High Priest Yetaxa. The travellers become cut off from the ship when they go and explore the temple outside. Barbara is acclaimed by the High Priest of Knowledge, Autloc, as Yetaxa's divine reincarnation. However, she incurs the wrath of the High Priest of Sacrifice, Tlotoxl, when she attempts to use her new-found authority to stop the Aztec practice of human sacrifice. Can Barbara change the course of history and save the Aztecs? Can the time travellers find a way back into the tomb? Or will they fall victim to Tlotoxl's altar of sacrifice?

29

The Bride of Sacrifice (3)

Mexico, the early 15th century.The TARDIS arrives in the tomb of former Aztec High Priest Yetaxa. The travellers become cut off from the ship when they go and explore the temple outside. Barbara is acclaimed by the High Priest of Knowledge, Autloc, as Yetaxa's divine reincarnation. However, she incurs the wrath of the High Priest of Sacrifice, Tlotoxl, when she attempts to use her new-found authority to stop the Aztec practice of human sacrifice. Can Barbara change the course of history and save the Aztecs? Can the time travellers find a way back into the tomb? Or will they fall victim to Tlotoxl's altar of sacrifice?

30

The Day of Darkness (4)

Mexico, the early 15th century.The TARDIS arrives in the tomb of former Aztec High Priest Yetaxa. The travellers become cut off from the ship when they go and explore the temple outside. Barbara is acclaimed by the High Priest of Knowledge, Autloc, as Yetaxa's divine reincarnation. However, she incurs the wrath of the High Priest of Sacrifice, Tlotoxl, when she attempts to use her new-found authority to stop the Aztec practice of human sacrifice. Can Barbara change the course of history and save the Aztecs? Can the time travellers find a way back into the tomb? Or will they fall victim to Tlotoxl's altar of sacrifice?

31

Strangers in Space (1)

The 28th century. The TARDIS materialises on a spaceship orbiting a planet known as the Sense-Sphere, whose natives, the Sensorites, have trapped the ship's human crew in a state of paralysis.

32

The Unwilling Warriors (2)

The Doctor and his companions are on board an Earth ship trapped in orbit around the Sense-Sphere when it is boarded by the Sensorites, who steal the lock mechanism from the TARDIS.

33

Hidden Danger (3)

The Doctor and his companions are escorted to the Sense-Sphere where they attempt to negotiate with the Sensorites for the release of the TARDIS.

34

A Race Against Death (4)

Trapped on the Sense-Sphere, Ian is dying from the illness that has been killing the Sensorites and the Doctor tries to find a cure.

35

Kidnap (5)

Trapped on the Sense-Sphere, the Doctor's investigations into the cause of the sickness affecting the Sensorites are hampered by the subversive activities of the City Administrator.

36

A Desperate Venture (6)

Trapped on the Sense-Sphere, the Doctor and his companions find three deranged human survivors who have been fighting a guerilla war against the Sensorites.

37

A Land of Fear (1)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.

38

Guests of Madame Guillotine (2)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.

39

A Change of Identity (3)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.

40

The Tyrant of France (4)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.

41

A Bargain of Necessity (5)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.

42

Prisoners of Conciergerie (6)

The Doctor's friends are captured by soldiers in post-Revolutionary France, during the reign of terror in which anyone suspected of Royalist sympathies is immediately executed. Ian is thrown into jail with a dying English prisoner, who gives him a vital message for English master spy James Stirling. Robespierre's right-hand man, Citizen Lemaitre, secretly helps Ian to escape. The Doctor arrives, disguised as a prominent Citizen to arrange for his friends' release, but Lemaitre sees through his guise and threatens to have Susan executed unless the Doctor leads him to the escape route run by Jules Renan. There, Lemaitre reveals himself to be Stirling, and enlists Ian and Barbara's help to complete his mission. So doing, they see Paul Barrass inviting Napoleon Bonaparte to rule the country as part of a triumverate after Robespierre is overthrown. Stirling tries to stop this for the sake of his own country, but he is too late to prevent the mob from turning on Robespierre. Nevertheless he is true to his word and releases Susan, allowing the travellers to escape from Paris.
Episode Description

1

Planet of Giants (1)

Earth, 1964. An accident on landing vastly reduces the TARDIS and the travellers in size. They come across a scheme run by Forester, a ruthless businessman and his misguided scientist colleague Smithers to launch a new insecticide which is capable of destroying the local ecology. Forester is prepared to commit murder to secure the success of this project - can the inch-high travellers somehow foil him?

2

Dangerous Journey (2)

Earth, 1964. An accident on landing has greatly reduced the TARDIS and the travellers in size. They come across a scheme run by Forester, a ruthless businessman and his misguided scientist colleague Smithers to launch a new insecticide which is capable of destroying the local ecology. Forester is prepared to commit murder to secure the success of this project, but the inch-high travellers face danger of another kind.

3

Crisis (3)

Earth, 1964. An accident on landing vastly reduces the TARDIS and the travellers in size. They come across a scheme run by Forester, a ruthless businessman and his misguided scientist colleague Smithers to launch a new insecticide which is capable of destroying the local ecology. Forester is prepared to commit murder to secure the success of this project - can the inch-high travellers somehow foil him?

4

World's End (1)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

5

The Daleks (2)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

6

Day of Reckoning (3)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

7

The End of Tomorrow (4)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

8

The Waking Ally (5)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

9

Flashpoint (6)

The TARDIS materialises in London in mid-22nd century. Dalek invaders are now ruling the Earth with the aid of humans converted into zombie-like "Robomen", but they are opposed by a group of resistance fighters. The Doctor and his companions discover that the Daleks have created a large mine in the English countryside for the purpose of removing the Earth's core (using a massive explosive device) and replacing it with a powerful drive system so that they can pilot the planet around the galaxy. Ian manages to create a barrier in the shaft in order to intercept and deflect the bomb. The resulting explosion destroys the Daleks and their mine. The Earth is safe once again! However, Susan has fallen in love with resistance fighter David Campbell, and the Doctor decides to leave her on Earth to find a new life with him. The Doctor continues on his travels with Ian and Barbara.

10

The Powerful Enemy (1)

Sometime in the 25th century, the Doctor and his friends land on the planet Dido and happen across a spaceship (from Earth) that has crash-landed. Its two occupants - a man named Bennett and a young girl called Vicki - are living in fear of a creature called Koquillion, a native of Dido possibly responsible for murdering other members from the spaceship. However, the Doctor realises after a while that Koquillion is in fact Bennett in disguise; it was Bennett who killed the others so as to conceal an earlier murder that he had performed on ship. In a confrontation with Dido humanoid inhabitants Bennett dies as he falls from a cliff. Not wishing the girl Vicki to be alone, the Doctor takes her with him in the TARDIS as a new companion.

11

Desperate Measures (2)

Sometime in the 25th century, the Doctor and his friends land on the planet Dido and happen across a spaceship (from Earth) that has crash-landed. Its two occupants - a man named Bennett and a young girl called Vicki - are living in fear of a creature called Koquillion, a native of Dido possibly responsible for murdering other members from the spaceship. However, the Doctor realises after a while that Koquillion is in fact Bennett in disguise; it was Bennett who killed the others so as to conceal an earlier murder that he had performed on ship. In a confrontation with Dido humanoid inhabitants Bennett dies as he falls from a cliff. Not wishing the girl Vicki to be alone, the Doctor takes her with him in the TARDIS as a new companion.

12

The Slave Traders (1)

The story begins with the Doctor and his three friends, including new girl Vicki,in the year 64 AD enjoying a holiday at an Italian villa But the Doctor gets bored and sets off to visit nearby Rome, taking Vicki with him. While they are away, Ian and Barbara are captured by slave traders. In Rome the Doctor is mistaken for a musician and is asked to perform at Emperor Nero's Court. The Doctor, however, can't play a note and has to come up with elaborate schemes to avoid revealing this!!. Ian becomes a galley slave, while Barbara is sold to Nero's slave buyer Tavius at an auction in Rome. Ian and another slave escape from the galley when it is wrecked in a storm. They make their way to Rome to try to find and rescue Barbara but are recaptured and forced to fight as gladiators in the Arena. Events climax when, by accidentally setting fire to Nero's plans for the rebuilding of Rome, the Doctor gives him the idea of having the city burned to the ground. Nero plays the lyre while Rome burns, and the Doctor, Vicki and a now reunited Ian and Barbara go back to the villa.

13

All Roads Lead to Rome (2)

The story begins with the Doctor and his three friends, including new girl Vicki,in the year 64 AD enjoying a holiday at an Italian villa But the Doctor gets bored and sets off to visit nearby Rome, taking Vicki with him. While they are away, Ian and Barbara are captured by slave traders. In Rome the Doctor is mistaken for a musician and is asked to perform at Emperor Nero's Court. The Doctor, however, can't play a note and has to come up with elaborate schemes to avoid revealing this!!. Ian becomes a galley slave, while Barbara is sold to Nero's slave buyer Tavius at an auction in Rome. Ian and another slave escape from the galley when it is wrecked in a storm. They make their way to Rome to try to find and rescue Barbara but are recaptured and forced to fight as gladiators in the Arena. Events climax when, by accidentally setting fire to Nero's plans for the rebuilding of Rome, the Doctor gives him the idea of having the city burned to the ground. Nero plays the lyre while Rome burns, and the Doctor, Vicki and a now reunited Ian and Barbara go back to the villa.

14

Conspiracy (3)

The story begins with the Doctor and his three friends, including new girl Vicki,in the year 64 AD enjoying a holiday at an Italian villa But the Doctor gets bored and sets off to visit nearby Rome, taking Vicki with him. While they are away, Ian and Barbara are captured by slave traders. In Rome the Doctor is mistaken for a musician and is asked to perform at Emperor Nero's Court. The Doctor, however, can't play a note and has to come up with elaborate schemes to avoid revealing this!!. Ian becomes a galley slave, while Barbara is sold to Nero's slave buyer Tavius at an auction in Rome. Ian and another slave escape from the galley when it is wrecked in a storm. They make their way to Rome to try to find and rescue Barbara but are recaptured and forced to fight as gladiators in the Arena. Events climax when, by accidentally setting fire to Nero's plans for the rebuilding of Rome, the Doctor gives him the idea of having the city burned to the ground. Nero plays the lyre while Rome burns, and the Doctor, Vicki and a now reunited Ian and Barbara go back to the villa.

15

Inferno (4)

The story begins with the Doctor and his three friends, including new girl Vicki,in the year 64 AD enjoying a holiday at an Italian villa But the Doctor gets bored and sets off to visit nearby Rome, taking Vicki with him. While they are away, Ian and Barbara are captured by slave traders. In Rome the Doctor is mistaken for a musician and is asked to perform at Emperor Nero's Court. The Doctor, however, can't play a note and has to come up with elaborate schemes to avoid revealing this!!. Ian becomes a galley slave, while Barbara is sold to Nero's slave buyer Tavius at an auction in Rome. Ian and another slave escape from the galley when it is wrecked in a storm. They make their way to Rome to try to find and rescue Barbara but are recaptured and forced to fight as gladiators in the Arena. Events climax when, by accidentally setting fire to Nero's plans for the rebuilding of Rome, the Doctor gives him the idea of having the city burned to the ground. Nero plays the lyre while Rome burns, and the Doctor, Vicki and a now reunited Ian and Barbara go back to the villa.

16

The Web Planet (1)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

17

The Zarbi (2)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

18

Escape to Danger (3)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

19

Crater of Needles (4)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

20

Invasion (5)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

21

The Centre (6)

The TARDIS arrives on the planet Vortis. There the Doctor and his companions discover and become involved in the plans of butterfly-like creatures (Menoptra) to reclaim their planet from a spidery parasite that is steadily enveloping it in a web-like structure. They join up with a party of Menoptra and their allies (the underground-dwelling Optera) and manage to destroy the parasite.

22

The Lion (1)

The TARDIS materialises in the Holy Land during King Richard I's crusade against the Muslims. Saracen raiders led by the evil El Akir attack the King's hunting party, and when the travellers stumble into the fray the King escapes and Barbara is captured. The King, weary of the fighting, knights Ian and sends him to the Sultan Saladin's court, to negotiate Barbara's release and offer the hand of the King's sister in marriage to the Sultan's brother, Saphadin. However, Ian learns that El Akir, humiliated by his failure to capture Richard, has taken Barbara to add to his harem. With the help of a mischievous bandit and a merchant whose family was murdered by El Akir, Ian rescues Barbara and takes her back to Jaffa. There, despite their best efforts to avoid palace politics, the Doctor and Vicki have made an enemy of the Earl of Leicester, and the travellers barely escape with their lives.

23

The Knight of Jaffa (2)

The TARDIS materialises in the Holy Land during King Richard I's crusade against the Muslims. Saracen raiders led by the evil El Akir attack the King's hunting party, and when the travellers stumble into the fray the King escapes and Barbara is captured. The King, weary of the fighting, knights Ian and sends him to the Sultan Saladin's court, to negotiate Barbara's release and offer the hand of the King's sister in marriage to the Sultan's brother, Saphadin. However, Ian learns that El Akir, humiliated by his failure to capture Richard, has taken Barbara to add to his harem. With the help of a mischievous bandit and a merchant whose family was murdered by El Akir, Ian rescues Barbara and takes her back to Jaffa. There, despite their best efforts to avoid palace politics, the Doctor and Vicki have made an enemy of the Earl of Leicester, and the travellers barely escape with their lives.

24

The Wheel of Fortune (3)

The TARDIS materialises in the Holy Land during King Richard I's crusade against the Muslims. Saracen raiders led by the evil El Akir attack the King's hunting party, and when the travellers stumble into the fray the King escapes and Barbara is captured. The King, weary of the fighting, knights Ian and sends him to the Sultan Saladin's court, to negotiate Barbara's release and offer the hand of the King's sister in marriage to the Sultan's brother, Saphadin. However, Ian learns that El Akir, humiliated by his failure to capture Richard, has taken Barbara to add to his harem. With the help of a mischievous bandit and a merchant whose family was murdered by El Akir, Ian rescues Barbara and takes her back to Jaffa. There, despite their best efforts to avoid palace politics, the Doctor and Vicki have made an enemy of the Earl of Leicester, and the travellers barely escape with their lives.

25

The Warlords (4)

The TARDIS materialises in the Holy Land during King Richard I's crusade against the Muslims. Saracen raiders led by the evil El Akir attack the King's hunting party, and when the travellers stumble into the fray the King escapes and Barbara is captured. The King, weary of the fighting, knights Ian and sends him to the Sultan Saladin's court, to negotiate Barbara's release and offer the hand of the King's sister in marriage to the Sultan's brother, Saphadin. However, Ian learns that El Akir, humiliated by his failure to capture Richard, has taken Barbara to add to his harem. With the help of a mischievous bandit and a merchant whose family was murdered by El Akir, Ian rescues Barbara and takes her back to Jaffa. There, despite their best efforts to avoid palace politics, the Doctor and Vicki have made an enemy of the Earl of Leicester, and the travellers barely escape with their lives.

26

The Space Museum (1)

Having been displaced across a 'time track' the TARDIS with the Doctor et al arrives on the planet Xeros. There the travellers find their future selves displayed in a museum! The museum is actually a monument to the conquests of belligerent invaders (Moroks) who now rule Xeros. When time shifts back to normal, the Doctor realises that he and his companions have to do whatever they can to try to avert this future. They help the native people of Xeros to revolt against the Moroks. The revolution succeeds, the future is changed, and the travellers depart in the TARDIS.

27

The Dimensions of Time (2)

Having been displaced across a 'time track' the TARDIS with the Doctor et al arrives on the planet Xeros. There the travellers find their future selves displayed in a museum! The museum is actually a monument to the conquests of belligerent invaders (Moroks) who now rule Xeros. When time shifts back to normal, the Doctor realises that he and his companions have to do whatever they can to try to avert this future. They help the native people of Xeros to revolt against the Moroks. The revolution succeeds, the future is changed, and the travellers depart in the TARDIS.

28

The Search (3)

Having been displaced across a 'time track' the TARDIS with the Doctor et al arrives on the planet Xeros. There the travellers find their future selves displayed in a museum! The museum is actually a monument to the conquests of belligerent invaders (Moroks) who now rule Xeros. When time shifts back to normal, the Doctor realises that he and his companions have to do whatever they can to try to avert this future. They help the native people of Xeros to revolt against the Moroks. The revolution succeeds, the future is changed, and the travellers depart in the TARDIS.

29

The Final Phase (4)

Having been displaced across a 'time track' the TARDIS with the Doctor et al arrives on the planet Xeros. There the travellers find their future selves displayed in a museum! The museum is actually a monument to the conquests of belligerent invaders (Moroks) who now rule Xeros. When time shifts back to normal, the Doctor realises that he and his companions have to do whatever they can to try to avert this future. They help the native people of Xeros to revolt against the Moroks. The revolution succeeds, the future is changed, and the travellers depart in the TARDIS.

30

The Executioners (1)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

31

The Death of Time (2)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

32

Flight through Eternity (3)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

33

Journey into Terror (4)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

34

The Death of Doctor Who (5)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

35

The Planet of Decision (6)

The Doctor and his companions learn that a group of Daleks, equipped with a time machine of their own, are on their trail with orders to exterminate them. The Doctor et al flee in the TARDIS and a chase begins! First stop is the planet Aridius and they then go onto various other places including New York's Empire State Building, the ship Mary Celeste and a haunted house! Eventually both time machines arrive on the planet Mechanus, where the Daleks try to kill the Doctor's group using a robot double of him. The travellers are taken prisoner by the Mechanoids - a group of colonizing robots - and meet Steven Taylor, a stranded astronaut who has been the Mechanoids' captive for the past two years. The Daleks and the Mechanoids do battle, leading to their mutual destruction, whilst the Doctor and his companions escape with Ian and Barbara returning home to Earth in the Dalek's time machine!

36

The Watcher (1)

Northumbria, 1066. The time-travellers are bemused to find high-technology artefacts littering the 11th-century countryside. Is it just a coincidence that one of the key events in English history is only days away? A Time Lord called the Monk is planning to give King Harold a new army to help him win the Battle Of Hastings. However the Doctor puts a stop to the Monk's plans.

37

The Meddling Monk (2)

Northumbria, 1066. The time-travellers are bemused to find high-technology artefacts littering the 11th-century countryside. Is it just a coincidence that one of the key events in English history is only days away? A Time Lord called the Monk is planning to give King Harold a new army to help him win the Battle Of Hastings. However the Doctor puts a stop to the Monk's plans.

38

A Battle of Wits (3)

Northumbria, 1066. The time-travellers are bemused to find high-technology artefacts littering the 11th-century countryside. Is it just a coincidence that one of the key events in English history is only days away? A Time Lord called the Monk is planning to give King Harold a new army to help him win the Battle Of Hastings. However the Doctor puts a stop to the Monk's plans.

39

Checkmate (4)

Northumbria, 1066. The time-travellers are bemused to find high-technology artefacts littering the 11th-century countryside. Is it just a coincidence that one of the key events in English history is only days away? A Time Lord called the Monk is planning to give King Harold a new army to help him win the Battle Of Hastings. However the Doctor puts a stop to the Monk's plans.
Episode Description

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Galaxy Four Introduction

1

Four Hundred Dawns (1)

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

2

Trap of Steel (2)

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

3

Air Lock (3)

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

4

The Exploding Planet (4)

The TARDIS materialises on a doomed planet in Galaxy 4, and the travellers are captured by warriors of the beautiful female clone race known as Drahvins. According to the Drahvins' leader, Maaga, their ship was shot down in an unprovoked attack by the vicious alien Rills, but they managed to inflict damage on the Rill ship as well; now both ships are stuck here, on a planet doomed to explode in fourteen days. Maaga orders the Doctor to help her and her warriors capture the Rill ship, and keeps Steven hostage to ensure his co-operation; however, the Doctor soon learns that Maaga is both lying and mistaken. The Drahvins are in fact the aggressors, and the peaceful Rills want nothing more than to escape in one piece – and help their enemies do so as well, if they can. Unfortunately, that may not be possible, as the Doctor discovers that time is shorter than they thought; the planet in fact has less than a day of life remaining...

5

Mission to the Unknown

Space Security agent Marc Cory visits the planet Kembel to investigate rumours of Dalek activity in the area. However, his ship is shot down and his crewmates are poisoned by the thorns of Varga plants, genetically engineered carnivores which transform their unlucky victims into Vargas as well. Despite these dangers, Cory discovers that the Daleks have formed an alliance with several other alien species, intending to launch a war against Earth. He makes a tape of his discoveries -- but is exterminated before he can get word to his superiors...

6

Temple of Secrets (1)

The TARDIS arrives on the plains of Asia Minor during the Trojan War, and when the Doctor emerges the credulous Achilles mistakes him for Zeus. The brutal Odysseus finds this highly unlikely, especially when he catches Steven trying to rescue his friend. When the TARDIS disappears, and the Doctor is thus unable to present a miracle to the Greeks, he is sentenced to death – but Odysseus, intrigued by the newcomers, offers to spare the Doctor's life if he comes up with a way to end the war. The TARDIS has in fact been captured by the Trojans and taken into the city, where Vicki befriends the royal family, adopts the name Cressida – and makes a bitter enemy of the high priestess Cassandra, who feels she has a monopoly on foretelling the future. Outside the city, the Doctor eventually has little choice but to suggest the construction of a large wooden horse, and history takes its unfortunate course. Vicki, who has fallen in love with the Trojan prince Troilus, rescues him from the massacre, and together they join cavalry leader Aeneas and set off to found another city – Rome. Having lost one companion, the Doctor and Steven depart from Troy with a temple handmaiden named Katarina.

7

Small Prophet, Quick Return (2)

The TARDIS arrives on the plains of Asia Minor during the Trojan War, and when the Doctor emerges the credulous Achilles mistakes him for Zeus. The brutal Odysseus finds this highly unlikely, especially when he catches Steven trying to rescue his friend. When the TARDIS disappears, and the Doctor is thus unable to present a miracle to the Greeks, he is sentenced to death – but Odysseus, intrigued by the newcomers, offers to spare the Doctor's life if he comes up with a way to end the war. The TARDIS has in fact been captured by the Trojans and taken into the city, where Vicki befriends the royal family, adopts the name Cressida – and makes a bitter enemy of the high priestess Cassandra, who feels she has a monopoly on foretelling the future. Outside the city, the Doctor eventually has little choice but to suggest the construction of a large wooden horse, and history takes its unfortunate course. Vicki, who has fallen in love with the Trojan prince Troilus, rescues him from the massacre, and together they join cavalry leader Aeneas and set off to found another city – Rome. Having lost one companion, the Doctor and Steven depart from Troy with a temple handmaiden named Katarina.

8

Death of a Spy (3)

The TARDIS arrives on the plains of Asia Minor during the Trojan War, and when the Doctor emerges the credulous Achilles mistakes him for Zeus. The brutal Odysseus finds this highly unlikely, especially when he catches Steven trying to rescue his friend. When the TARDIS disappears, and the Doctor is thus unable to present a miracle to the Greeks, he is sentenced to death – but Odysseus, intrigued by the newcomers, offers to spare the Doctor's life if he comes up with a way to end the war. The TARDIS has in fact been captured by the Trojans and taken into the city, where Vicki befriends the royal family, adopts the name Cressida – and makes a bitter enemy of the high priestess Cassandra, who feels she has a monopoly on foretelling the future. Outside the city, the Doctor eventually has little choice but to suggest the construction of a large wooden horse, and history takes its unfortunate course. Vicki, who has fallen in love with the Trojan prince Troilus, rescues him from the massacre, and together they join cavalry leader Aeneas and set off to found another city – Rome. Having lost one companion, the Doctor and Steven depart from Troy with a temple handmaiden named Katarina.

9

Horse of Destruction (4)

The TARDIS arrives on the plains of Asia Minor during the Trojan War, and when the Doctor emerges the credulous Achilles mistakes him for Zeus. The brutal Odysseus finds this highly unlikely, especially when he catches Steven trying to rescue his friend. When the TARDIS disappears, and the Doctor is thus unable to present a miracle to the Greeks, he is sentenced to death – but Odysseus, intrigued by the newcomers, offers to spare the Doctor's life if he comes up with a way to end the war. The TARDIS has in fact been captured by the Trojans and taken into the city, where Vicki befriends the royal family, adopts the name Cressida – and makes a bitter enemy of the high priestess Cassandra, who feels she has a monopoly on foretelling the future. Outside the city, the Doctor eventually has little choice but to suggest the construction of a large wooden horse, and history takes its unfortunate course. Vicki, who has fallen in love with the Trojan prince Troilus, rescues him from the massacre, and together they join cavalry leader Aeneas and set off to found another city – Rome. Having lost one companion, the Doctor and Steven depart from Troy with a temple handmaiden named Katarina.

10

The Nightmare Begins (1)

The Daleks assemble the leaders of several alien empires, apparently intending to unite them in an Alliance which will then declare war on Earth. In fact, each empire has brought components or technology which the Daleks require to construct the ultimate weapon – a Time Destructor. The last component they require is the power source, a core of the rare element Taranium – and Mavic Chen, the Guardian of the Solar System, intends to supply it to them and then betray them, seizing the Time Destructor for himself. The Doctor and his companions stumble into this affair when the TARDIS materialises on Kembel, and with the aid of Space Security Service agent Bret Vyon, sent to investigate the disappearance of Marc Cory, the Doctor steals the taranium core. The Daleks pursue the Doctor and his companions across the galaxy to get it back, and in the course of the flight the Trojan handmaiden Katarina gives her life to help the Doctor escape from a vicious criminal.

11

Day of Armageddon (2)

The Daleks assemble the leaders of several alien empires, apparently intending to unite them in an Alliance which will then declare war on Earth. In fact, each empire has brought components or technology which the Daleks require to construct the ultimate weapon – a Time Destructor. The last component they require is the power source, a core of the rare element Taranium – and Mavic Chen, the Guardian of the Solar System, intends to supply it to them and then betray them, seizing the Time Destructor for himself. The Doctor and his companions stumble into this affair when the TARDIS materialises on Kembel, and with the aid of Space Security Service agent Bret Vyon, sent to investigate the disappearance of Marc Cory, the Doctor steals the taranium core. The Daleks pursue the Doctor and his companions across the galaxy to get it back, and in the course of the flight the Trojan handmaiden Katarina gives her life to help the Doctor escape from a vicious criminal.

12

Devil's Planet (3)

The Daleks assemble the leaders of several alien empires, apparently intending to unite them in an Alliance which will then declare war on Earth. In fact, each empire has brought components or technology which the Daleks require to construct the ultimate weapon – a Time Destructor. The last component they require is the power source, a core of the rare element Taranium – and Mavic Chen, the Guardian of the Solar System, intends to supply it to them and then betray them, seizing the Time Destructor for himself. The Doctor and his companions stumble into this affair when the TARDIS materialises on Kembel, and with the aid of Space Security Service agent Bret Vyon, sent to investigate the disappearance of Marc Cory, the Doctor steals the taranium core. The Daleks pursue the Doctor and his companions across the galaxy to get it back, and in the course of the flight the Trojan handmaiden Katarina gives her life to help the Doctor escape from a vicious criminal.

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The Traitors (4)

The Daleks assemble the leaders of several alien empires, apparently intending to unite them in an Alliance which will then declare war on Earth. In fact, each empire has brought components or technology which the Daleks require to construct the ultimate weapon – a Time Destructor. The last component they require is the power source, a core of the rare element Taranium – and Mavic Chen, the Guardian of the Solar System, intends to supply it to them and then betray them, seizing the Time Destructor for himself. The Doctor and his companions stumble into this affair when the TARDIS materialises on Kembel, and with the aid of Space Security Service agent Bret Vyon, sent to investigate the disappearance of Marc Cory, the Doctor steals the taranium core. The Daleks pursue the Doctor and his companions across the galaxy to get it back, and in the course of the flight the Trojan handmaiden Katarina gives her life to help the Doctor escape from a vicious criminal.

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Counter Plot (5)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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Coronas of the Sun (6)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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The Feast of Steven (7)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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Volcano (8)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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Golden Death (9)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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Escape Switch (10)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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The Abandoned Planet (11)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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Destruction of Time (12)

When the Doctor and his friends arrive on Earth, they find that Chen has already denounced them as traitors, and Vyon is shot and killed by his own sister, Sara Kingdom. Sara eventually discovers the truth for herself, and helps the Doctor and Steven to recover the TARDIS and escape. However, the Daleks then pursue them through Time, and are joined by the Doctor and Steven's old enemy, the Meddling Monk – who realises that he's in over his head and switches sides depending upon who seems to be on top. After an encounter in ancient Egypt, the Doctor strands the Monk on an ice planet, but the Daleks get away with the taranium core, and the Doctor uses the navigational unit from the Monk's TARDIS to pursue them back to Kembel. There, the Daleks exterminate Mavic Chen, but the Doctor manages to activate the Time Destructor. Sara ages to death before she can reach the safety of the TARDIS, but the Doctor and Steven escape while the Dalek force on Kembel crumbles to dust.

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War of God (1)

The TARDIS materialises in Paris in the year 1572, and the Doctor leaves Steven on his own while he visits the apothecary Charles Preslin. However, Preslin faces persecution at the hands of the Catholics, and the Doctor thus comes up with a scheme to get him out of Paris. Steven, meanwhile, falls in with a group of Huguenots who fear that the Catholics are plotting against them, but when Steven recognises the Abbot of Amboise as the Doctor, his Huguenot friends conclude that he's part of the conspiracy. As it happens, the Abbot in fact only looks like the Doctor, but since the Huguenots won't listen to Steven's warnings, the Admiral de Coligny is mortally wounded in an assassination attempt orchestrated by the Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici. When the attempt fails, the Queen Mother manages to convince her weak-willed son that the Huguenots will respond violently, and he authorises the slaughter of all Huguenots within the city. The real Doctor returns, and he and Steven escape just as the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre begins. The TARDIS then materialises briefly in present-day Wimbledon, where a young girl named Dodo Chaplet stumbles aboard the TARDIS and is whisked away on new adventures.

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The Sea Beggar (2)

The TARDIS materialises in Paris in the year 1572, and the Doctor leaves Steven on his own while he visits the apothecary Charles Preslin. However, Preslin faces persecution at the hands of the Catholics, and the Doctor thus comes up with a scheme to get him out of Paris. Steven, meanwhile, falls in with a group of Huguenots who fear that the Catholics are plotting against them, but when Steven recognises the Abbot of Amboise as the Doctor, his Huguenot friends conclude that he's part of the conspiracy. As it happens, the Abbot in fact only looks like the Doctor, but since the Huguenots won't listen to Steven's warnings, the Admiral de Coligny is mortally wounded in an assassination attempt orchestrated by the Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici. When the attempt fails, the Queen Mother manages to convince her weak-willed son that the Huguenots will respond violently, and he authorises the slaughter of all Huguenots within the city. The real Doctor returns, and he and Steven escape just as the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre begins. The TARDIS then materialises briefly in present-day Wimbledon, where a young girl named Dodo Chaplet stumbles aboard the TARDIS and is whisked away on new adventures.

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Priest of Death (3)

The TARDIS materialises in Paris in the year 1572, and the Doctor leaves Steven on his own while he visits the apothecary Charles Preslin. However, Preslin faces persecution at the hands of the Catholics, and the Doctor thus comes up with a scheme to get him out of Paris. Steven, meanwhile, falls in with a group of Huguenots who fear that the Catholics are plotting against them, but when Steven recognises the Abbot of Amboise as the Doctor, his Huguenot friends conclude that he's part of the conspiracy. As it happens, the Abbot in fact only looks like the Doctor, but since the Huguenots won't listen to Steven's warnings, the Admiral de Coligny is mortally wounded in an assassination attempt orchestrated by the Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici. When the attempt fails, the Queen Mother manages to convince her weak-willed son that the Huguenots will respond violently, and he authorises the slaughter of all Huguenots within the city. The real Doctor returns, and he and Steven escape just as the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre begins. The TARDIS then materialises briefly in present-day Wimbledon, where a young girl named Dodo Chaplet stumbles aboard the TARDIS and is whisked away on new adventures.

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Bell of Doom (4)

The TARDIS materialises in Paris in the year 1572, and the Doctor leaves Steven on his own while he visits the apothecary Charles Preslin. However, Preslin faces persecution at the hands of the Catholics, and the Doctor thus comes up with a scheme to get him out of Paris. Steven, meanwhile, falls in with a group of Huguenots who fear that the Catholics are plotting against them, but when Steven recognises the Abbot of Amboise as the Doctor, his Huguenot friends conclude that he's part of the conspiracy. As it happens, the Abbot in fact only looks like the Doctor, but since the Huguenots won't listen to Steven's warnings, the Admiral de Coligny is mortally wounded in an assassination attempt orchestrated by the Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici. When the attempt fails, the Queen Mother manages to convince her weak-willed son that the Huguenots will respond violently, and he authorises the slaughter of all Huguenots within the city. The real Doctor returns, and he and Steven escape just as the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre begins. The TARDIS then materialises briefly in present-day Wimbledon, where a young girl named Dodo Chaplet stumbles aboard the TARDIS and is whisked away on new adventures.

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The Steel Sky (1)

The TARDIS arrives some 10,000,000 years in the future on a giant spaceship. The ship is carrying all of the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (and is hence nicknamed The Ark) on a 700 year-long trip to a new home on the planet Refusis. The Doctors' companion Dodo has a head cold but the human Guardians of the ship, and their servant race the Monoids, have no resistance, and so a plague breaks out!! The Guardians place the travellers on trial and Steven has to defend them against the charge that they deliberately spread the disease. However, the Doctor finds a cure. The TARDIS leaves the spaceship only to arrive back there as it is approaching the end of its voyage. As a result of the earlier plague, the Monoids have now grown strong and enslaved the humans. They plan to make Refusis their own but the Doctor persuades the two races to live together in peace.

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The Plague (2)

The TARDIS arrives some 10,000,000 years in the future on a giant spaceship. The ship is carrying all of the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (and is hence nicknamed The Ark) on a 700 year-long trip to a new home on the planet Refusis. The Doctors' companion Dodo has a head cold but the human Guardians of the ship, and their servant race the Monoids, have no resistance, and so a plague breaks out!! The Guardians place the travellers on trial and Steven has to defend them against the charge that they deliberately spread the disease. However, the Doctor finds a cure. The TARDIS leaves the spaceship only to arrive back there as it is approaching the end of its voyage. As a result of the earlier plague, the Monoids have now grown strong and enslaved the humans. They plan to make Refusis their own but the Doctor persuades the two races to live together in peace.

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The Return (3)

The TARDIS arrives some 10,000,000 years in the future on a giant spaceship. The ship is carrying all of the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (and is hence nicknamed The Ark) on a 700 year-long trip to a new home on the planet Refusis. The Doctors' companion Dodo has a head cold but the human Guardians of the ship, and their servant race the Monoids, have no resistance, and so a plague breaks out!! The Guardians place the travellers on trial and Steven has to defend them against the charge that they deliberately spread the disease. However, the Doctor finds a cure. The TARDIS leaves the spaceship only to arrive back there as it is approaching the end of its voyage. As a result of the earlier plague, the Monoids have now grown strong and enslaved the humans. They plan to make Refusis their own but the Doctor persuades the two races to live together in peace.

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The Bomb (4)

The TARDIS arrives some 10,000,000 years in the future on a giant spaceship. The ship is carrying all of the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (and is hence nicknamed The Ark) on a 700 year-long trip to a new home on the planet Refusis. The Doctors' companion Dodo has a head cold but the human Guardians of the ship, and their servant race the Monoids, have no resistance, and so a plague breaks out!! The Guardians place the travellers on trial and Steven has to defend them against the charge that they deliberately spread the disease. However, the Doctor finds a cure. The TARDIS leaves the spaceship only to arrive back there as it is approaching the end of its voyage. As a result of the earlier plague, the Monoids have now grown strong and enslaved the humans. They plan to make Refusis their own but the Doctor persuades the two races to live together in peace.

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The Celestial Toyroom (1)

The Doctor, Steven and Dodo fall into the clutches of the Celestial Toymaker, an immortal who challenges his victims to games – with their souls forfeit to him should they lose. While the Doctor plays the Trilogic Game, a variation on the classic Towers of Hanoi puzzle, Steven and Dodo are sent on a quest to find the TARDIS, against opponents who may be figments of the Toymaker's imagination – or may be living beings, ensnared in his clutches, who seek to escape. If they win their games, the Toyroom will be destroyed, and the Toymaker will go on to construct another… but this means that the Doctor must find a way to make the last move of his game without destroying himself and his friends along with the Toyroom.

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The Hall of Dolls (2)

The Doctor, Steven and Dodo fall into the clutches of the Celestial Toymaker, an immortal who challenges his victims to games – with their souls forfeit to him should they lose. While the Doctor plays the Trilogic Game, a variation on the classic Towers of Hanoi puzzle, Steven and Dodo are sent on a quest to find the TARDIS, against opponents who may be figments of the Toymaker's imagination – or may be living beings, ensnared in his clutches, who seek to escape. If they win their games, the Toyroom will be destroyed, and the Toymaker will go on to construct another… but this means that the Doctor must find a way to make the last move of his game without destroying himself and his friends along with the Toyroom.

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The Dancing Floor (3)

The Doctor, Steven and Dodo fall into the clutches of the Celestial Toymaker, an immortal who challenges his victims to games – with their souls forfeit to him should they lose. While the Doctor plays the Trilogic Game, a variation on the classic Towers of Hanoi puzzle, Steven and Dodo are sent on a quest to find the TARDIS, against opponents who may be figments of the Toymaker's imagination – or may be living beings, ensnared in his clutches, who seek to escape. If they win their games, the Toyroom will be destroyed, and the Toymaker will go on to construct another… but this means that the Doctor must find a way to make the last move of his game without destroying himself and his friends along with the Toyroom.

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The Final Test (4)

The Doctor, Steven and Dodo fall into the clutches of the Celestial Toymaker, an immortal who challenges his victims to games – with their souls forfeit to him should they lose. While the Doctor plays the Trilogic Game, a variation on the classic Towers of Hanoi puzzle, Steven and Dodo are sent on a quest to find the TARDIS, against opponents who may be figments of the Toymaker's imagination – or may be living beings, ensnared in his clutches, who seek to escape. If they win their games, the Toyroom will be destroyed, and the Toymaker will go on to construct another… but this means that the Doctor must find a way to make the last move of his game without destroying himself and his friends along with the Toyroom.

34

A Holiday for the Doctor (1)

Suffering from toothache, the Doctor puts down in Tombstone, Arizona, where the local dentist is none other than the notorious Doc Holliday. The Clanton brothers have ridden into town, looking for the man who killed their brother – and when they see the Doctor in Doc Holliday's office, and he answers to the name "Doc," they think they've found him. Marshall Wyatt Earp plays along with the mistake in order to give his old friend Holliday enough time to get out of town – but events get out of control when the Clantons threaten to lynch Steven in order to lure the Doctor out of hiding. Wyatt is forced to arrest Phineas Clanton, and when the others break their brother out of jail they shoot and kill Wyatt's own brother Virgil. The grief-stricken Wyatt thus calls them out, and the Doctor finds himself unable to prevent the infamous gunfight at the OK Corral.

35

Don't Shoot the Pianist (2)

Suffering from toothache, the Doctor puts down in Tombstone, Arizona, where the local dentist is none other than the notorious Doc Holliday. The Clanton brothers have ridden into town, looking for the man who killed their brother – and when they see the Doctor in Doc Holliday's office, and he answers to the name "Doc," they think they've found him. Marshall Wyatt Earp plays along with the mistake in order to give his old friend Holliday enough time to get out of town – but events get out of control when the Clantons threaten to lynch Steven in order to lure the Doctor out of hiding. Wyatt is forced to arrest Phineas Clanton, and when the others break their brother out of jail they shoot and kill Wyatt's own brother Virgil. The grief-stricken Wyatt thus calls them out, and the Doctor finds himself unable to prevent the infamous gunfight at the OK Corral.

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Johnny Ringo (3)

Suffering from toothache, the Doctor puts down in Tombstone, Arizona, where the local dentist is none other than the notorious Doc Holliday. The Clanton brothers have ridden into town, looking for the man who killed their brother – and when they see the Doctor in Doc Holliday's office, and he answers to the name "Doc," they think they've found him. Marshall Wyatt Earp plays along with the mistake in order to give his old friend Holliday enough time to get out of town – but events get out of control when the Clantons threaten to lynch Steven in order to lure the Doctor out of hiding. Wyatt is forced to arrest Phineas Clanton, and when the others break their brother out of jail they shoot and kill Wyatt's own brother Virgil. The grief-stricken Wyatt thus calls them out, and the Doctor finds himself unable to prevent the infamous gunfight at the OK Corral.

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The O.K. Corral (4)

Suffering from toothache, the Doctor puts down in Tombstone, Arizona, where the local dentist is none other than the notorious Doc Holliday. The Clanton brothers have ridden into town, looking for the man who killed their brother – and when they see the Doctor in Doc Holliday's office, and he answers to the name "Doc," they think they've found him. Marshall Wyatt Earp plays along with the mistake in order to give his old friend Holliday enough time to get out of town – but events get out of control when the Clantons threaten to lynch Steven in order to lure the Doctor out of hiding. Wyatt is forced to arrest Phineas Clanton, and when the others break their brother out of jail they shoot and kill Wyatt's own brother Virgil. The grief-stricken Wyatt thus calls them out, and the Doctor finds himself unable to prevent the infamous gunfight at the OK Corral.

38

The Savages (1)

The TARDIS materialises in what the Doctor claims is a time of great peace and prosperity – but if the Elders of the city are so wise and powerful why do savages still live in the wilderness outside the city walls? And why do the people of the city apparently hunt and harvest the savages? The Doctor learns that all of the Elders' great achievements are based on a terrible form of exploitation; the people of the city are harvesting the life essence of the savages, reducing them to little more than cattle and devastating their civilisation while the Elders prosper. When the Doctor vows to put an end to this, the leader of the Elders, Jano, has him sent to the laboratories – but Jano, unwilling to risk the life essence of an alien on any of his people, takes it all into himself, and thus acquires the Doctor's morals and ethics as well. With Jano's help, the Doctor, Steven and Dodo organise the savages and help them strike back against the cruel Elders. They will require a strong leader to guide them, however, and they choose Steven, who leaves the Doctor's company to lead the newly united people.

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The Savages (2)

The TARDIS materialises in what the Doctor claims is a time of great peace and prosperity – but if the Elders of the city are so wise and powerful why do savages still live in the wilderness outside the city walls? And why do the people of the city apparently hunt and harvest the savages? The Doctor learns that all of the Elders' great achievements are based on a terrible form of exploitation; the people of the city are harvesting the life essence of the savages, reducing them to little more than cattle and devastating their civilisation while the Elders prosper. When the Doctor vows to put an end to this, the leader of the Elders, Jano, has him sent to the laboratories – but Jano, unwilling to risk the life essence of an alien on any of his people, takes it all into himself, and thus acquires the Doctor's morals and ethics as well. With Jano's help, the Doctor, Steven and Dodo organise the savages and help them strike back against the cruel Elders. They will require a strong leader to guide them, however, and they choose Steven, who leaves the Doctor's company to lead the newly united people.

40

The Savages (3)

The TARDIS materialises in what the Doctor claims is a time of great peace and prosperity – but if the Elders of the city are so wise and powerful why do savages still live in the wilderness outside the city walls? And why do the people of the city apparently hunt and harvest the savages? The Doctor learns that all of the Elders' great achievements are based on a terrible form of exploitation; the people of the city are harvesting the life essence of the savages, reducing them to little more than cattle and devastating their civilisation while the Elders prosper. When the Doctor vows to put an end to this, the leader of the Elders, Jano, has him sent to the laboratories – but Jano, unwilling to risk the life essence of an alien on any of his people, takes it all into himself, and thus acquires the Doctor's morals and ethics as well. With Jano's help, the Doctor, Steven and Dodo organise the savages and help them strike back against the cruel Elders. They will require a strong leader to guide them, however, and they choose Steven, who leaves the Doctor's company to lead the newly united people.

41

The Savages (4)

The TARDIS materialises in what the Doctor claims is a time of great peace and prosperity – but if the Elders of the city are so wise and powerful why do savages still live in the wilderness outside the city walls? And why do the people of the city apparently hunt and harvest the savages? The Doctor learns that all of the Elders' great achievements are based on a terrible form of exploitation; the people of the city are harvesting the life essence of the savages, reducing them to little more than cattle and devastating their civilisation while the Elders prosper. When the Doctor vows to put an end to this, the leader of the Elders, Jano, has him sent to the laboratories – but Jano, unwilling to risk the life essence of an alien on any of his people, takes it all into himself, and thus acquires the Doctor's morals and ethics as well. With Jano's help, the Doctor, Steven and Dodo organise the savages and help them strike back against the cruel Elders. They will require a strong leader to guide them, however, and they choose Steven, who leaves the Doctor's company to lead the newly united people.

42

The War Machines (1)

London 1966 and the Doctor and Dodo, on a visit to the Post Office Tower, meet Professor Brett whose new computer WOTAN can actually think for itself and is soon to be networked with other computers around the world. However, WOTAN believes that humans are inferior to machines and should, therefore, be ruled by them. Exerting a hypnotic influence, WOTAN arranges for the construction of War Machines - heavily-armed, self-contained mobile computers - with which to take over the world. These prove more than a match for the Army, but the Doctor is able to capture one of them, which he then re-programs to destroy WOTAN. When the crisis is over, Dodo chooses to remain in London; Ben and Polly, however, inadvertently become the Doctor's new companions when they enter the TARDIS to return his lost key.

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The War Machines (2)

London 1966 and the Doctor and Dodo, on a visit to the Post Office Tower, meet Professor Brett whose new computer WOTAN can actually think for itself and is soon to be networked with other computers around the world. However, WOTAN believes that humans are inferior to machines and should, therefore, be ruled by them. Exerting a hypnotic influence, WOTAN arranges for the construction of War Machines - heavily-armed, self-contained mobile computers - with which to take over the world. These prove more than a match for the Army, but the Doctor is able to capture one of them, which he then re-programs to destroy WOTAN. When the crisis is over, Dodo chooses to remain in London; Ben and Polly, however, inadvertently become the Doctor's new companions when they enter the TARDIS to return his lost key.

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The War Machines (3)

London 1966 and the Doctor and Dodo, on a visit to the Post Office Tower, meet Professor Brett whose new computer WOTAN can actually think for itself and is soon to be networked with other computers around the world. However, WOTAN believes that humans are inferior to machines and should, therefore, be ruled by them. Exerting a hypnotic influence, WOTAN arranges for the construction of War Machines - heavily-armed, self-contained mobile computers - with which to take over the world. These prove more than a match for the Army, but the Doctor is able to capture one of them, which he then re-programs to destroy WOTAN. When the crisis is over, Dodo chooses to remain in London; Ben and Polly, however, inadvertently become the Doctor's new companions when they enter the TARDIS to return his lost key.

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The War Machines (4)

London 1966 and the Doctor and Dodo, on a visit to the Post Office Tower, meet Professor Brett whose new computer WOTAN can actually think for itself and is soon to be networked with other computers around the world. However, WOTAN believes that humans are inferior to machines and should, therefore, be ruled by them. Exerting a hypnotic influence, WOTAN arranges for the construction of War Machines - heavily-armed, self-contained mobile computers - with which to take over the world. These prove more than a match for the Army, but the Doctor is able to capture one of them, which he then re-programs to destroy WOTAN. When the crisis is over, Dodo chooses to remain in London; Ben and Polly, however, inadvertently become the Doctor's new companions when they enter the TARDIS to return his lost key.
Episode Description

1

The Smugglers (1)

Ben and Polly's first trip by TARDIS takes them to the 17th-century Cornish coast, in the era of smugglers and pirates. There, the Doctor receives a clue to the location of hidden pirate treasure – making him a target for the vicious captain Pike. His interrogation is delayed when a smuggler named Jacob Kewper contacts Pike, erroneously believing him to be a fellow smuggler; when Pike learns that the local Squire is the head of a smuggling ring, he decides to impersonate a smuggler, learn the location of the smugglers' hoard, and then kill them all and acquire the goods for himself. The Doctor and Kewper manage to escape, but Kewper goes straight to the Squire with news of the hidden treasure. The Doctor and his friends have only one ally – Revenue man Josiah Blake, who has been investigating smuggling in the area but now finds that all hell is about to break loose. While Blake rides for the militia, the Doctor struggles to decipher the clue he's been given, knowing that only by locating the treasure himself can he bargain with the pirates and smugglers and prevent a battle which will inevitably result in the deaths of innocent townsfolk.

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The Smugglers (2)

Ben and Polly's first trip by TARDIS takes them to the 17th-century Cornish coast, in the era of smugglers and pirates. There, the Doctor receives a clue to the location of hidden pirate treasure – making him a target for the vicious captain Pike. His interrogation is delayed when a smuggler named Jacob Kewper contacts Pike, erroneously believing him to be a fellow smuggler; when Pike learns that the local Squire is the head of a smuggling ring, he decides to impersonate a smuggler, learn the location of the smugglers' hoard, and then kill them all and acquire the goods for himself. The Doctor and Kewper manage to escape, but Kewper goes straight to the Squire with news of the hidden treasure. The Doctor and his friends have only one ally – Revenue man Josiah Blake, who has been investigating smuggling in the area but now finds that all hell is about to break loose. While Blake rides for the militia, the Doctor struggles to decipher the clue he's been given, knowing that only by locating the treasure himself can he bargain with the pirates and smugglers and prevent a battle which will inevitably result in the deaths of innocent townsfolk.

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The Smugglers (3)

Ben and Polly's first trip by TARDIS takes them to the 17th-century Cornish coast, in the era of smugglers and pirates. There, the Doctor receives a clue to the location of hidden pirate treasure – making him a target for the vicious captain Pike. His interrogation is delayed when a smuggler named Jacob Kewper contacts Pike, erroneously believing him to be a fellow smuggler; when Pike learns that the local Squire is the head of a smuggling ring, he decides to impersonate a smuggler, learn the location of the smugglers' hoard, and then kill them all and acquire the goods for himself. The Doctor and Kewper manage to escape, but Kewper goes straight to the Squire with news of the hidden treasure. The Doctor and his friends have only one ally – Revenue man Josiah Blake, who has been investigating smuggling in the area but now finds that all hell is about to break loose. While Blake rides for the militia, the Doctor struggles to decipher the clue he's been given, knowing that only by locating the treasure himself can he bargain with the pirates and smugglers and prevent a battle which will inevitably result in the deaths of innocent townsfolk.

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The Smugglers (4)

Ben and Polly's first trip by TARDIS takes them to the 17th-century Cornish coast, in the era of smugglers and pirates. There, the Doctor receives a clue to the location of hidden pirate treasure – making him a target for the vicious captain Pike. His interrogation is delayed when a smuggler named Jacob Kewper contacts Pike, erroneously believing him to be a fellow smuggler; when Pike learns that the local Squire is the head of a smuggling ring, he decides to impersonate a smuggler, learn the location of the smugglers' hoard, and then kill them all and acquire the goods for himself. The Doctor and Kewper manage to escape, but Kewper goes straight to the Squire with news of the hidden treasure. The Doctor and his friends have only one ally – Revenue man Josiah Blake, who has been investigating smuggling in the area but now finds that all hell is about to break loose. While Blake rides for the militia, the Doctor struggles to decipher the clue he's been given, knowing that only by locating the treasure himself can he bargain with the pirates and smugglers and prevent a battle which will inevitably result in the deaths of innocent townsfolk.

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The Tenth Planet (1)

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Tenth Planet (2)

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Tenth Planet (3)

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Tenth Planet (4)

The TARDIS materialises decades in the future, in the year 1986, at Snowcap Tracking Station at the South Pole. There, an international team is struggling to bring down a shuttle which has inexplicably been drawn out of orbit – by the gravity of a tenth planet, Earth's exact mirror twin. The Doctor realises what's about to happen, but before he can deliver his warning, Snowcap is invaded by the Cybermen – natives of the planet Mondas who have slowly replaced most of their body parts with cybernetic prostheses, and who have now returned to their twin to drain the energy away from Earth. However, the Doctor and his friends soon find themselves fighting a threat closer to home – in order to save his astronaut son, the American General Cutler intends to attack Mondas with a Z-Bomb despite the danger that the radiation from the explosion will render half of Earth uninhabitable. The Doctor realises that the Cybermen have invaded Earth because Mondas is drawing away too much energy, and that their best hope is simply to stall the Cybermen until Mondas explodes of its own accord. But the energy drain is affecting the elderly Doctor's health, and when he finally returns to his TARDIS he collapses – and before Ben's and Polly's eyes, he seems to change into an entirely different person...

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The Power of the Daleks (1)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

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The Power of the Daleks (2)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

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The Power of the Daleks (3)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

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The Power of the Daleks (4)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

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The Power of the Daleks (5)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

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The Power of the Daleks (6)

The Doctor appears to have transformed into an entirely different person, but Ben and Polly are unsure whether this strange man really is the Doctor or not. They soon have other matters to worry about, as the TARDIS takes them to a human colony on the planet Vulcan. Rebel activity is causing trouble for the colony governor, an Earth Examiner has recently been murdered, and the colony scientist Lesterson is obsessed with his experiments on an alien capsule unearthed from the mercury swamps. The Doctor takes the Examiner's place in order to investigate his murder, but soon discovers that the alien capsule is far more significant – for it contains dormant Daleks which Lesterson has woken. Lesterson believes that the Daleks are harmless robots which can be used to serve the colony, while the rebels are far more interested in the uses of the Daleks' in-built weaponry. Nobody will listen to the Doctor when he warns them that the Daleks have their own agenda – one which could result in the extermination of all human beings in the colony.

15

The Highlanders (1)

The TARDIS materialises on Culloden Moor just after the rout of the Jacobite rebels in 1745. The British army is mopping up survivors, and when they find the Doctor and Ben in the company of rebels they are accused of desertion and arrested. They are saved from execution by Solicitor Grey, the Commissioner of Prisons – but he has his own agenda for the prisoners. Imprisoned in Inverness, the Doctor realises that Grey is running a scam of his own, removing rebels from the prisons with the promise that they will be saved from execution if they sign contracts binding them to service in the Jamaican plantations. In short, he's a slave trader. While the Doctor and Ben try to find a way to escape and help their new friends, Polly and Kirsty MacLaren, whose father has been kidnapped by Grey, blackmail an English officer into helping them locate their kidnapped friends and family. The Doctor and his companions must then find their way back to the TARDIS through a battlefield, and the young Highland piper who helps them, Jamie McCrimmon, accompanies them on their travels.

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The Highlanders (2)

The TARDIS materialises on Culloden Moor just after the rout of the Jacobite rebels in 1745. The British army is mopping up survivors, and when they find the Doctor and Ben in the company of rebels they are accused of desertion and arrested. They are saved from execution by Solicitor Grey, the Commissioner of Prisons – but he has his own agenda for the prisoners. Imprisoned in Inverness, the Doctor realises that Grey is running a scam of his own, removing rebels from the prisons with the promise that they will be saved from execution if they sign contracts binding them to service in the Jamaican plantations. In short, he's a slave trader. While the Doctor and Ben try to find a way to escape and help their new friends, Polly and Kirsty MacLaren, whose father has been kidnapped by Grey, blackmail an English officer into helping them locate their kidnapped friends and family. The Doctor and his companions must then find their way back to the TARDIS through a battlefield, and the young Highland piper who helps them, Jamie McCrimmon, accompanies them on their travels.

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The Highlanders (3)

The TARDIS materialises on Culloden Moor just after the rout of the Jacobite rebels in 1745. The British army is mopping up survivors, and when they find the Doctor and Ben in the company of rebels they are accused of desertion and arrested. They are saved from execution by Solicitor Grey, the Commissioner of Prisons – but he has his own agenda for the prisoners. Imprisoned in Inverness, the Doctor realises that Grey is running a scam of his own, removing rebels from the prisons with the promise that they will be saved from execution if they sign contracts binding them to service in the Jamaican plantations. In short, he's a slave trader. While the Doctor and Ben try to find a way to escape and help their new friends, Polly and Kirsty MacLaren, whose father has been kidnapped by Grey, blackmail an English officer into helping them locate their kidnapped friends and family. The Doctor and his companions must then find their way back to the TARDIS through a battlefield, and the young Highland piper who helps them, Jamie McCrimmon, accompanies them on their travels.

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The Highlanders (4)

The TARDIS materialises on Culloden Moor just after the rout of the Jacobite rebels in 1745. The British army is mopping up survivors, and when they find the Doctor and Ben in the company of rebels they are accused of desertion and arrested. They are saved from execution by Solicitor Grey, the Commissioner of Prisons – but he has his own agenda for the prisoners. Imprisoned in Inverness, the Doctor realises that Grey is running a scam of his own, removing rebels from the prisons with the promise that they will be saved from execution if they sign contracts binding them to service in the Jamaican plantations. In short, he's a slave trader. While the Doctor and Ben try to find a way to escape and help their new friends, Polly and Kirsty MacLaren, whose father has been kidnapped by Grey, blackmail an English officer into helping them locate their kidnapped friends and family. The Doctor and his companions must then find their way back to the TARDIS through a battlefield, and the young Highland piper who helps them, Jamie McCrimmon, accompanies them on their travels.

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The Underwater Menace (1)

The Doctor and his friends materialise on a volcanic island, where they are kidnapped by natives of an underground civilisation. To the Doctor's great surprise, these are the survivors of Atlantis – and the famous Professor Zaroff, thought to have died twenty years ago, is amongst them. Zaroff has provided the Atlanteans with a new source of food, has taught them how to surgically convert their slave caste into Fish People who can survive underwater, and has promised to raise Atlantis from the waves. Only the Doctor realises that Zaroff is mad, and that his "plan" to raise Atlantis will in fact result in the destruction of the Earth.

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The Underwater Menace (2)

The Doctor and his friends materialise on a volcanic island, where they are kidnapped by natives of an underground civilisation. To the Doctor's great surprise, these are the survivors of Atlantis – and the famous Professor Zaroff, thought to have died twenty years ago, is amongst them. Zaroff has provided the Atlanteans with a new source of food, has taught them how to surgically convert their slave caste into Fish People who can survive underwater, and has promised to raise Atlantis from the waves. Only the Doctor realises that Zaroff is mad, and that his "plan" to raise Atlantis will in fact result in the destruction of the Earth.

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The Underwater Menace (3)

The Doctor and his friends materialise on a volcanic island, where they are kidnapped by natives of an underground civilisation. To the Doctor's great surprise, these are the survivors of Atlantis – and the famous Professor Zaroff, thought to have died twenty years ago, is amongst them. Zaroff has provided the Atlanteans with a new source of food, has taught them how to surgically convert their slave caste into Fish People who can survive underwater, and has promised to raise Atlantis from the waves. Only the Doctor realises that Zaroff is mad, and that his "plan" to raise Atlantis will in fact result in the destruction of the Earth.

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The Underwater Menace (4)

The Doctor and his friends materialise on a volcanic island, where they are kidnapped by natives of an underground civilisation. To the Doctor's great surprise, these are the survivors of Atlantis – and the famous Professor Zaroff, thought to have died twenty years ago, is amongst them. Zaroff has provided the Atlanteans with a new source of food, has taught them how to surgically convert their slave caste into Fish People who can survive underwater, and has promised to raise Atlantis from the waves. Only the Doctor realises that Zaroff is mad, and that his "plan" to raise Atlantis will in fact result in the destruction of the Earth.

23

The Moonbase (1)

Trying to take his companions to Mars, the Doctor instead ends up on the Moon in the year 2070. Earth's weather is controlled by means of gravity waves directed from an internationally-run Moonbase, but the staff of the Moonbase are suffering from a mysterious outbreak of plague, and moments after the Doctor and his friends enter the entire Moonbase is placed under quarantine. The Doctor offers to help find a cure for the plague, which he suspects is no plague at all – and he's right. The base's food supplies have in fact been poisoned by Cybermen from the colony world Telos, who intend to seize control of the Graviton and use it to destroy the Earth – not as revenge for the destruction of Mondas, but simply and logically to eliminate a potential threat.

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The Moonbase (2)

Trying to take his companions to Mars, the Doctor instead ends up on the Moon in the year 2070. Earth's weather is controlled by means of gravity waves directed from an internationally-run Moonbase, but the staff of the Moonbase are suffering from a mysterious outbreak of plague, and moments after the Doctor and his friends enter the entire Moonbase is placed under quarantine. The Doctor offers to help find a cure for the plague, which he suspects is no plague at all – and he's right. The base's food supplies have in fact been poisoned by Cybermen from the colony world Telos, who intend to seize control of the Graviton and use it to destroy the Earth – not as revenge for the destruction of Mondas, but simply and logically to eliminate a potential threat.

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The Moonbase (3)

Trying to take his companions to Mars, the Doctor instead ends up on the Moon in the year 2070. Earth's weather is controlled by means of gravity waves directed from an internationally-run Moonbase, but the staff of the Moonbase are suffering from a mysterious outbreak of plague, and moments after the Doctor and his friends enter the entire Moonbase is placed under quarantine. The Doctor offers to help find a cure for the plague, which he suspects is no plague at all – and he's right. The base's food supplies have in fact been poisoned by Cybermen from the colony world Telos, who intend to seize control of the Graviton and use it to destroy the Earth – not as revenge for the destruction of Mondas, but simply and logically to eliminate a potential threat.

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The Moonbase (4)

Trying to take his companions to Mars, the Doctor instead ends up on the Moon in the year 2070. Earth's weather is controlled by means of gravity waves directed from an internationally-run Moonbase, but the staff of the Moonbase are suffering from a mysterious outbreak of plague, and moments after the Doctor and his friends enter the entire Moonbase is placed under quarantine. The Doctor offers to help find a cure for the plague, which he suspects is no plague at all – and he's right. The base's food supplies have in fact been poisoned by Cybermen from the colony world Telos, who intend to seize control of the Graviton and use it to destroy the Earth – not as revenge for the destruction of Mondas, but simply and logically to eliminate a potential threat.

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The Macra Terror (1)

The TARDIS materialises in a human colony which is run like a giant holiday camp, where everybody is happy all round and fun and games are the order of the day. But a madman named Medok claims that the camp is stalked at night by hideous monsters, and as the Doctor learns more about the camp he realises that the people here risk their lives daily to mine a dangerously toxic natural gas – and yet nobody knows what it's for. His investigation attempt hits a snag when Ben is brainwashed by the colony's subliminal conditioning, and turns in his friends for acting against colony interests. In fact, the colony is under the control of the Macra, giant crab-like insects who are using the brainwashed humans to mine the gas they need to survive. It's up to the Doctor and his friends to prove the truth and free the colonists from a slavery they don't even know they're suffering.

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The Macra Terror (2)

The TARDIS materialises in a human colony which is run like a giant holiday camp, where everybody is happy all round and fun and games are the order of the day. But a madman named Medok claims that the camp is stalked at night by hideous monsters, and as the Doctor learns more about the camp he realises that the people here risk their lives daily to mine a dangerously toxic natural gas – and yet nobody knows what it's for. His investigation attempt hits a snag when Ben is brainwashed by the colony's subliminal conditioning, and turns in his friends for acting against colony interests. In fact, the colony is under the control of the Macra, giant crab-like insects who are using the brainwashed humans to mine the gas they need to survive. It's up to the Doctor and his friends to prove the truth and free the colonists from a slavery they don't even know they're suffering.

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The Macra Terror (3)

The TARDIS materialises in a human colony which is run like a giant holiday camp, where everybody is happy all round and fun and games are the order of the day. But a madman named Medok claims that the camp is stalked at night by hideous monsters, and as the Doctor learns more about the camp he realises that the people here risk their lives daily to mine a dangerously toxic natural gas – and yet nobody knows what it's for. His investigation attempt hits a snag when Ben is brainwashed by the colony's subliminal conditioning, and turns in his friends for acting against colony interests. In fact, the colony is under the control of the Macra, giant crab-like insects who are using the brainwashed humans to mine the gas they need to survive. It's up to the Doctor and his friends to prove the truth and free the colonists from a slavery they don't even know they're suffering.

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The Macra Terror (4)

The TARDIS materialises in a human colony which is run like a giant holiday camp, where everybody is happy all round and fun and games are the order of the day. But a madman named Medok claims that the camp is stalked at night by hideous monsters, and as the Doctor learns more about the camp he realises that the people here risk their lives daily to mine a dangerously toxic natural gas – and yet nobody knows what it's for. His investigation attempt hits a snag when Ben is brainwashed by the colony's subliminal conditioning, and turns in his friends for acting against colony interests. In fact, the colony is under the control of the Macra, giant crab-like insects who are using the brainwashed humans to mine the gas they need to survive. It's up to the Doctor and his friends to prove the truth and free the colonists from a slavery they don't even know they're suffering.

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The Faceless Ones (1)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Faceless Ones (2)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Faceless Ones (3)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Faceless Ones (4)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Faceless Ones (5)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Faceless Ones (6)

The TARDIS materialises on a runway at Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and his friends scatter to avoid policemen, Polly witnesses a murder in an airplane hangar. She tells the Doctor, but is then kidnapped – and reappears shortly afterwards, bearing a passport from Zurich and claiming to have no idea who the Doctor is. Jamie meets a young woman named Samantha who's looking for her missing brother, and when a detective from Scotland Yard shows up looking for his missing colleague, the airport Commandant is forced to concede that something very odd is going on. The Doctor soon discovers that "Chameleon Tours", ostensibly offering cheap package tours for students and hitch-hiking youths, is in fact a front for a massive kidnapping operation. The alien Chameleons, who lost their personal identities in a cosmic accident, intend to steal the identities of the thousands of kidnapped youths, and the Doctor and his friends must stop them. When the situation is resolved, Ben and Polly discover that this is the very day on which they began travelling with the First Doctor, and choose to remain in London.

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The Evil of the Daleks (1)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

38

The Evil of the Daleks (2)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

39

The Evil of the Daleks (3)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

40

The Evil of the Daleks (4)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

41

The Evil of the Daleks (5)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

42

The Evil of the Daleks (6)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.

43

The Evil of the Daleks (7)

The TARDIS is stolen from Gatwick Airport, and when the Doctor and Jamie investigate they stumble into a trap set by Edward Waterfield, a time-traveller from the year 1866. His daughter Victoria has been kidnapped by the Daleks, in order to force him to lure the Doctor into their clutches. The Daleks have realised that human beings possess unique qualities which have enabled them to defeat the Daleks on every occasion the two races have fought; thus, the Daleks order the Doctor to monitor Jamie while he attempts to rescue Victoria, and synthesise the elusive Human Factor, which they intend to add to their own genetic makeup. The Doctor does so, and as he'd hoped, the test Daleks imbued with the Human Factor become playful and friendly. However, the Dalek Emperor then reveals that his real intention was to isolate the Dalek Factor and force the Doctor to spread it to the rest of humanity. The Emperor's plan fails, however, as the Doctor is not human and the Dalek Factor has no effect on him. The Doctor therefore tricks the Emperor into administring the Human Factor to several more Daleks, who begin to question authority and rebel against the Emperor. Waterfield dies saving the Doctor's life, and the Doctor and Jamie take Victoria with them as they depart, leaving the Dalek factions to fight each other to the death.
Episode Description

1

The Tomb of the Cybermen (1)

A team of archaeologists travels to the planet Telos, the home of the Cybermen, to excavate the tombs of the long-extinct cybernetic race. At least, it's assumed that they're extinct. The Doctor isn't sure that the tombs should be disturbed, but he soon comes to suspect that some of the "archaeologists" have an agenda far more dangerous than the team leader, Parry, suspects. In order to find out what the sinister Kleig and Kaftan are really up to, the Doctor helps the archaeologists to enter the tombs – where they find that the Cybermen are only dormant, not dead, and that Kleig and Kaftan intend to revive them. But they have underestimated the power of the Cybermen, and only the Doctor can save the archaeologists from being transformed into Cybermen themselves.

2

The Tomb of the Cybermen (2)

A team of archaeologists travels to the planet Telos, the home of the Cybermen, to excavate the tombs of the long-extinct cybernetic race. At least, it's assumed that they're extinct. The Doctor isn't sure that the tombs should be disturbed, but he soon comes to suspect that some of the "archaeologists" have an agenda far more dangerous than the team leader, Parry, suspects. In order to find out what the sinister Kleig and Kaftan are really up to, the Doctor helps the archaeologists to enter the tombs – where they find that the Cybermen are only dormant, not dead, and that Kleig and Kaftan intend to revive them. But they have underestimated the power of the Cybermen, and only the Doctor can save the archaeologists from being transformed into Cybermen themselves.

3

The Tomb of the Cybermen (3)

A team of archaeologists travels to the planet Telos, the home of the Cybermen, to excavate the tombs of the long-extinct cybernetic race. At least, it's assumed that they're extinct. The Doctor isn't sure that the tombs should be disturbed, but he soon comes to suspect that some of the "archaeologists" have an agenda far more dangerous than the team leader, Parry, suspects. In order to find out what the sinister Kleig and Kaftan are really up to, the Doctor helps the archaeologists to enter the tombs – where they find that the Cybermen are only dormant, not dead, and that Kleig and Kaftan intend to revive them. But they have underestimated the power of the Cybermen, and only the Doctor can save the archaeologists from being transformed into Cybermen themselves.

4

The Tomb of the Cybermen (4)

A team of archaeologists travels to the planet Telos, the home of the Cybermen, to excavate the tombs of the long-extinct cybernetic race. At least, it's assumed that they're extinct. The Doctor isn't sure that the tombs should be disturbed, but he soon comes to suspect that some of the "archaeologists" have an agenda far more dangerous than the team leader, Parry, suspects. In order to find out what the sinister Kleig and Kaftan are really up to, the Doctor helps the archaeologists to enter the tombs – where they find that the Cybermen are only dormant, not dead, and that Kleig and Kaftan intend to revive them. But they have underestimated the power of the Cybermen, and only the Doctor can save the archaeologists from being transformed into Cybermen themselves.

5

The Abominable Snowmen (1)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

6

The Abominable Snowmen (2)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

7

The Abominable Snowmen (3)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

8

The Abominable Snowmen (4)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

9

The Abominable Snowmen (5)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

10

The Abominable Snowmen (6)

The Doctor returns to a Tibetan monastery which he hasn't visited for 300 years, only to be accused of murder. The legendary Yeti, normally timid and elusive creatures, have suddenly become vicious and savage, and many monks and visitors to the monastery have been killed. The Doctor faces suspicion from the monks and from the British explorer Travers, who's determined to prove that the Yeti exist and initially fears that the Doctor is from a rival expedition. Eventually the Doctor discovers that the savage Yeti are robots, built by an alien Intelligence who has possessed one of the monks. The Intelligence claims that it only wants physical being – but in fact, its new physical form will consume the entire Earth unless stopped.

11

The Ice Warriors (1)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

12

The Ice Warriors (2)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

13

The Ice Warriors (3)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

14

The Ice Warriors (4)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

15

The Ice Warriors (5)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

16

The Ice Warriors (6)

In the 30th century, Earth is experiencing a new Ice Age, and bases all across the world are struggling to hold back the advancing glaciers. Brittanicus Base is running into difficulty, however, as Leader Clent's stubborn reliance on the base computer has alienated the humanist scientist Penley, who has deserted the base and gone out to live in the snowy wilderness outside. When the Doctor shows up, Clent enlists his help to get the malfunctioning Ioniser back on-line. However, more problems ensue when the frozen body of a Martian warrior is discovered in the nearby glacier. If an alien spacecraft is buried in the glacier, then use of the Ioniser at full power could cause its power source to explode and irradiate all of Britain. And then the Ice Warrior unexpectedly returns to life, kidnaps Victoria, revives the others of its kind and prepares to attack the presumably hostile base...

17

The Enemy of the World (1)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st-century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

18

The Enemy of the World (2)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st-century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

19

The Enemy of the World (3)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

20

The Enemy of the World (4)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

21

The Enemy of the World (5)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

22

The Enemy of the World (6)

The TARDIS materialises in 21st century Earth, where the Doctor discovers that he's the exact double of the philanthropic scientist Salamander. Salamander has ended world hunger and has been supplying humanitarian aid to parts of the world which have recently suffered inexplicable seismic activity. However, his former associate, Giles Kent, claims that Salamander is in fact a power-crazed maniac who's slowly replacing the authorities of Earth with lackeys under his thumb. The Doctor isn't so sure, and agrees to impersonate Salamander and find out the truth only if Jamie and Victoria can prove to his satisfaction that Salamander is indeed an evil man. However, Jamie and Victoria soon find themselves in over their heads – and even before he has a chance to act, the Doctor is already being hunted by Donald Bruce, the suspicious chief of World Zone security.

23

The Web of Fear (1)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

24

The Web of Fear (2)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

25

The Web of Fear (3)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

26

The Web of Fear (4)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

27

The Web of Fear (5)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

28

The Web of Fear (6)

The TARDIS is caught by a mysterious force which causes it to materialise in present-day London. Forty years have passed since their adventure in Tibet, and their old friend Professor Travers has succeeded in reactivating one of the dormant Yeti control spheres – only to summon the Great Intelligence back to Earth. The streets of London are choked with fog, Yeti roam the Underground, and a beleaguered team of soldiers and scientists struggles to find a solution before the city falls completely to the invader. A new commander arrives, Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart – but is he really the new commander of the garrison or is he the Intelligence's new human agent? And if he isn't, then who is? The Doctor must find the traitor before the base is overrun by the Web and London falls...

29

Fury from the Deep (1)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

30

Fury from the Deep (2)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

31

Fury from the Deep (3)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

32

Fury from the Deep (4)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

33

Fury from the Deep (5)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

34

Fury from the Deep (6)

The Doctor, Jamie and Victoria arrive at an outpost drilling for natural gas in the North Sea. Mysterious heartbeat sounds are echoing through the pipes, there have been drops in pressure, and contact has been lost with several offshore rigs. Victoria is attacked by a monstrous form of living seaweed, and some of the base personnel are possessed by the poisonous Weed, which stings them and draws them under its control. As the Weed steps up its attack on the base, the Doctor discovers that it's vulnerable to high-frequency sounds, and drives it off with the help of Victoria's screams – amplified by his trusty new invention, the sonic screwdriver. However, Victoria has had enough, and she chooses to remain on Earth, albeit a century after her own time.

35

The Wheel in Space (1)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.

36

The Wheel in Space (2)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.

37

The Wheel in Space (3)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.

38

The Wheel in Space (4)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.

39

The Wheel in Space (5)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.

40

The Wheel in Space (6)

The TARDIS materialises on a deserted rocket in deep space, where the Doctor suffers concussion after an abrupt course change, and he and Jamie are attacked by a hostile servo-robot. Jamie manages to attract attention from a nearby space station, but the crew then attempt to destroy the apparently deserted rocket – and in order to save the TARDIS, Jamie must sabotage the station's asteroid defense laser. He and the Doctor thus face extremly hostile questioning, but the real threat is aboard the space rocket, where two Cybermen are preparing to infiltrate the station, open the way for their army to arrive and use the Wheel as the first stepping stone in an invasion of Earth. After the Cybermen are defeated, the Doctor and Jamie depart with a new companion – computer programmer Zoe Heriot, who finds her ordinary life dull and seeks adventure with them.
Episode Description

1

The Dominators (1)

The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. Several years ago, atomic tests were conducted on the Island of Death, but now a survey team from the local university discovers that all of the radioactive fallout has vanished. The Doctor and his friends aren't the only visitors to Dulkis; two Dominators and their robot servants, the Quarks, have landed on the island, and their ship has sucked up all of the radiation into its engines. When the Dominators encounter the members of the survey team, they take them captive and work them to exhaustion, clearing space to drill into the bedrock of the island while testing the Dulcians' suitability as slaves. The Doctor must convince the complacent senate of Dulkis that their world faces a real threat – before the Dominators destroy the entire planet simply to fuel their space fleet.

2

The Dominators (2)

The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. Several years ago, atomic tests were conducted on the Island of Death, but now a survey team from the local university discovers that all of the radioactive fallout has vanished. The Doctor and his friends aren't the only visitors to Dulkis; two Dominators and their robot servants, the Quarks, have landed on the island, and their ship has sucked up all of the radiation into its engines. When the Dominators encounter the members of the survey team, they take them captive and work them to exhaustion, clearing space to drill into the bedrock of the island while testing the Dulcians' suitability as slaves. The Doctor must convince the complacent senate of Dulkis that their world faces a real threat – before the Dominators destroy the entire planet simply to fuel their space fleet.

3

The Dominators (3)

The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. Several years ago, atomic tests were conducted on the Island of Death, but now a survey team from the local university discovers that all of the radioactive fallout has vanished. The Doctor and his friends aren't the only visitors to Dulkis; two Dominators and their robot servants, the Quarks, have landed on the island, and their ship has sucked up all of the radiation into its engines. When the Dominators encounter the members of the survey team, they take them captive and work them to exhaustion, clearing space to drill into the bedrock of the island while testing the Dulcians' suitability as slaves. The Doctor must convince the complacent senate of Dulkis that their world faces a real threat – before the Dominators destroy the entire planet simply to fuel their space fleet.

4

The Dominators (4)

The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. Several years ago, atomic tests were conducted on the Island of Death, but now a survey team from the local university discovers that all of the radioactive fallout has vanished. The Doctor and his friends aren't the only visitors to Dulkis; two Dominators and their robot servants, the Quarks, have landed on the island, and their ship has sucked up all of the radiation into its engines. When the Dominators encounter the members of the survey team, they take them captive and work them to exhaustion, clearing space to drill into the bedrock of the island while testing the Dulcians' suitability as slaves. The Doctor must convince the complacent senate of Dulkis that their world faces a real threat – before the Dominators destroy the entire planet simply to fuel their space fleet.

5

The Dominators (5)

The TARDIS materialises on Dulkis, a world where war has been outlawed. Several years ago, atomic tests were conducted on the Island of Death, but now a survey team from the local university discovers that all of the radioactive fallout has vanished. The Doctor and his friends aren't the only visitors to Dulkis; two Dominators and their robot servants, the Quarks, have landed on the island, and their ship has sucked up all of the radiation into its engines. When the Dominators encounter the members of the survey team, they take them captive and work them to exhaustion, clearing space to drill into the bedrock of the island while testing the Dulcians' suitability as slaves. The Doctor must convince the complacent senate of Dulkis that their world faces a real threat – before the Dominators destroy the entire planet simply to fuel their space fleet.

6

The Mind Robber (1)

Trying to escape from a volcanic eruption, the Doctor activates the TARDIS' emergency circuits, taking his ship out of real time and space altogether. However, the void is inhabited by a hypnotic force which lures Jamie and Zoe outside, keeping the Doctor distracted until the strain on the TARDIS becomes too great and the ship explodes. The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a Land of Fiction, where wordplay can be deadly and fictional characters come to life. The travellers must make their way to the castle at the centre of the Land, while the Master of the Land of Fiction waits for them to make the wrong move and transform themselves into fictional characters and thus pawns under his control.

7

The Mind Robber (2)

Trying to escape from a volcanic eruption, the Doctor activates the TARDIS' emergency circuits, taking his ship out of real time and space altogether. However, the void is inhabited by a hypnotic force which lures Jamie and Zoe outside, keeping the Doctor distracted until the strain on the TARDIS becomes too great and the ship explodes. The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a Land of Fiction, where wordplay can be deadly and fictional characters come to life. The travellers must make their way to the castle at the centre of the Land, while the Master of the Land of Fiction waits for them to make the wrong move and transform themselves into fictional characters and thus pawns under his control.

8

The Mind Robber (3)

Trying to escape from a volcanic eruption, the Doctor activates the TARDIS' emergency circuits, taking his ship out of real time and space altogether. However, the void is inhabited by a hypnotic force which lures Jamie and Zoe outside, keeping the Doctor distracted until the strain on the TARDIS becomes too great and the ship explodes. The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a Land of Fiction, where wordplay can be deadly and fictional characters come to life. The travellers must make their way to the castle at the centre of the Land, while the Master of the Land of Fiction waits for them to make the wrong move and transform themselves into fictional characters and thus pawns under his control.

9

The Mind Robber (4)

Trying to escape from a volcanic eruption, the Doctor activates the TARDIS' emergency circuits, taking his ship out of real time and space altogether. However, the void is inhabited by a hypnotic force which lures Jamie and Zoe outside, keeping the Doctor distracted until the strain on the TARDIS becomes too great and the ship explodes. The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a Land of Fiction, where wordplay can be deadly and fictional characters come to life. The travellers must make their way to the castle at the centre of the Land, while the Master of the Land of Fiction waits for them to make the wrong move and transform themselves into fictional characters and thus pawns under his control.

10

The Mind Robber (5)

Trying to escape from a volcanic eruption, the Doctor activates the TARDIS' emergency circuits, taking his ship out of real time and space altogether. However, the void is inhabited by a hypnotic force which lures Jamie and Zoe outside, keeping the Doctor distracted until the strain on the TARDIS becomes too great and the ship explodes. The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a Land of Fiction, where wordplay can be deadly and fictional characters come to life. The travellers must make their way to the castle at the centre of the Land, while the Master of the Land of Fiction waits for them to make the wrong move and transform themselves into fictional characters and thus pawns under his control.

11

The Invasion (1)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

12

The Invasion (2)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

13

The Invasion (3)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

14

The Invasion (4)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

15

The Invasion (5)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

16

The Invasion (6)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

17

The Invasion (7)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

18

The Invasion (8)

The TARDIS is in need of repair, but when the Doctor tries to track down an old friend for help he falls into the hands of Tobias Vaughn, the megalomaniac CEO of International Electromatics. The electronics company is under observation by the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a new international military team for fighting threats from beyond the Earth – headed by the Doctor and Jamie's old friend, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart (promoted to Brigadier following the Yeti invasion). Vaughn is in league with aliens who intend to invade Earth, but he intends to betray them and seize control; however, as insurance should his plans fail, he wants the Doctor's TARDIS. When Vaughn kidnaps Zoe, the Doctor requests UNIT's help to rescue her – but their interference forces Vaughn to advance the invasion schedule, leaving the Doctor with little time to mount a defense… and the situation becomes more urgent when the Doctor realises that Vaughn's allies are the Cybermen, and that their army is already in place in the sewers beneath London, waiting for the signal to attack.

19

The Krotons (1)

For centuries the alien Krotons have hidden inside their Machine in the Hall of Learning, educating a small settlement of Gonds and selecting the two best students of each graduating class to become their Companions. This is seen as a great honour – until the Doctor and his friends arrive and discover that the Companions are in fact being killed. This revelation rocks Gond society to its foundations, and while the ambitious councillor Eelek seizes the opportunity to stage a coup and grasp power for himself, the Doctor and his friends investigate the Krotons' true agenda. Unfortunately, while doing so the Doctor and Zoe inadvertently wake the Krotons, crystalline conquerors who have been dormant for centuries waiting for the Gonds to become intelligent enough to provide them with the mental energy they need to power their spacecraft. And now that the Doctor and Zoe have arrived, they'll do nicely.

20

The Krotons (2)

For centuries the alien Krotons have hidden inside their Machine in the Hall of Learning, educating a small settlement of Gonds and selecting the two best students of each graduating class to become their Companions. This is seen as a great honour – until the Doctor and his friends arrive and discover that the Companions are in fact being killed. This revelation rocks Gond society to its foundations, and while the ambitious councillor Eelek seizes the opportunity to stage a coup and grasp power for himself, the Doctor and his friends investigate the Krotons' true agenda. Unfortunately, while doing so the Doctor and Zoe inadvertently wake the Krotons, crystalline conquerors who have been dormant for centuries waiting for the Gonds to become intelligent enough to provide them with the mental energy they need to power their spacecraft. And now that the Doctor and Zoe have arrived, they'll do nicely.

21

The Krotons (3)

For centuries the alien Krotons have hidden inside their Machine in the Hall of Learning, educating a small settlement of Gonds and selecting the two best students of each graduating class to become their Companions. This is seen as a great honour – until the Doctor and his friends arrive and discover that the Companions are in fact being killed. This revelation rocks Gond society to its foundations, and while the ambitious councillor Eelek seizes the opportunity to stage a coup and grasp power for himself, the Doctor and his friends investigate the Krotons' true agenda. Unfortunately, while doing so the Doctor and Zoe inadvertently wake the Krotons, crystalline conquerors who have been dormant for centuries waiting for the Gonds to become intelligent enough to provide them with the mental energy they need to power their spacecraft. And now that the Doctor and Zoe have arrived, they'll do nicely.

22

The Krotons (4)

For centuries the alien Krotons have hidden inside their Machine in the Hall of Learning, educating a small settlement of Gonds and selecting the two best students of each graduating class to become their Companions. This is seen as a great honour – until the Doctor and his friends arrive and discover that the Companions are in fact being killed. This revelation rocks Gond society to its foundations, and while the ambitious councillor Eelek seizes the opportunity to stage a coup and grasp power for himself, the Doctor and his friends investigate the Krotons' true agenda. Unfortunately, while doing so the Doctor and Zoe inadvertently wake the Krotons, crystalline conquerors who have been dormant for centuries waiting for the Gonds to become intelligent enough to provide them with the mental energy they need to power their spacecraft. And now that the Doctor and Zoe have arrived, they'll do nicely.

23

The Seeds of Death (1)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

24

The Seeds of Death (2)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

25

The Seeds of Death (3)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

26

The Seeds of Death (4)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

27

The Seeds of Death (5)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

28

The Seeds of Death (6)

In the 21st century, all travel is conducted via T-Mat, an instantaneous travel and transport system operated from a Moonbase. Space flight has been all but forgotten - and as a result, when contact is lost with the Moonbase, there appears to be no way to repair T-Mat system. As the world begins to slide into chaos and anarchy, the Doctor and his companions arrive just in time to volunteer for an emergency rocket flight to the Moon, where they discover that the Moonbase has been invaded by Ice Warriors. Now T-Mat is under their control, and despite resistance from the Moonbase crew, the Ice Warriors will soon be able to use it as a weapon to transmat deadly seed pods to Earth, transforming the planet's atmosphere and climate and enabling their army to invade.

29

The Space Pirates (1)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

30

The Space Pirates (2)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

31

The Space Pirates (3)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

32

The Space Pirates (4)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

33

The Space Pirates (5)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

34

The Space Pirates (6)

The TARDIS materialises on a beacon station in deep space moments before space pirates break it up for its argonite. General Hermack of the Space Corps vows to stop the pirates by any means necessary, and when the grizzled old prospector Milo Clancey shows up in a restricted area of space, Hermack concludes that he must be involved in some way. In order to recover the TARDIS from the pirates, the Doctor, Zoe and Jamie must join forces with Clancey as he evades the Space Corps and tries to prove that the real leader of the pirates is the dastardly Maurice Caven. However, this proves more difficult when Caven is revealed to be in league with Clancey's rival, Madeline Issigri – and with her somewhat unwilling help, Caven plans to kill Clancey and his new friends and frame them for the pirate attacks, thus getting away scot-free with his crimes.

35

The War Games (1)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He conceeds defeat at the task, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

36

The War Games (2)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He conceeds defeat at the task, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

37

The War Games (3)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

38

The War Games (4)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

39

The War Games (5)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

40

The War Games (6)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

41

The War Games (7)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

42

The War Games (8)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

43

The War Games (9)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.

44

The War Games (10)

The TARDIS lands in what appears to be the front-line trenches at the height of battle in war-torn France, right in the middle of World War I. Everyone they meet are convinced that the crew are spying and it doesn't take long for the crew to be on the run, but not before breaking the hypnotic conditioning of Carstairs and Lady Jennifer. Having escaped one war-zone they find themselves in another - Roman occupied Britain of some 2,000 years ago, then on to the American Civil War. The situation worstens when the Doctor suspects one of his own people, a Time Lord, to be behind the War Games working for a race of aliens trying to run the wars to their conclusions under controlled conditions to find a super-army or fighters. The Doctor is faced with an impossible situation - not only does the War Lords' control over hundreds of thousands of fighters need to be removed, but the soldiers have to be returned to their natural habitats. He concedes defeat, knowing that the TARDIS is not equipped for the task. He sends an SOS, calling in his own people even though it is revealed that he is 'on the run' from them for the theft of a TARDIS and for meddling... The Doctor is caught and faces trial.
Episode Description

1

Spearhead From Space (1)

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

2

Spearhead From Space (2)

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

3

Spearhead From Space (3)

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

4

Spearhead From Space (4)

England, the near future. Exiled to the 20th century by the Time Lords, the newly-regenerated Doctor is immediately caught up in UNIT's investigation of anomalous meteorite showers. What dark secret does the local plastics factory hold?

5

Doctor Who and the Silurians (1)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

6

Doctor Who and the Silurians (2)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

7

Doctor Who and the Silurians (3)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

8

Doctor Who and the Silurians (4)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

9

Doctor Who and the Silurians (5)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

10

Doctor Who and the Silurians (6)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

11

Doctor Who and the Silurians (7)

England, the near future. Wenley Moor research station is experiencing strange power losses, and off-duty staff have been killed while potholing in the local caves. What ancient force has the station reactor re-energised? And is Man's civilisation really the only one in Earth's history?

12

The Ambassadors of Death (1)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

13

The Ambassadors of Death (2)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

14

The Ambassadors of Death (3)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

15

The Ambassadors of Death (4)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

16

The Ambassadors of Death (5)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

17

The Ambassadors of Death (6)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

18

The Ambassadors of Death (7)

England, the near future. The UK space programme is in crisis as all contact has been lost with Mars Probe Seven. As the spacecraft returns to Earth, are the astronauts all that they appear to be...?

19

Inferno (1)

England, the near future. UNIT is providing security and scientific support for the Stahlman project, an attempt to tap the Earth's core for energy. But things are already going wrong…

20

Inferno (2)

Strange deaths, men changing into monsters, hot green slime pouring out of the waste pipes – but Professor Stahlman is determined to press ahead with the Inferno project no matter what the cost!

21

Inferno (3)

The Doctor has vanished from the Inferno project… or has he? He finds himself in the same place, but everyone has changed… and the drilling is closer to its deadly conclusion.

22

Inferno (4)

In a parallel England, the Doctor tries desperately to convince his captors of the immense peril they are in. But they are convinced he is a spy. And penetration zero is getting close…

23

Inferno (5)

The parallel Inferno has broken through the Earth's crust, unleashing terrible seismic forces and dooming the planet. The Doctor hopes to return and save his world. But the bestial primords are closing in...

24

Inferno (6)

The Doctor is trapped in a parallel world that is going up in flames. Can he escape in time to save Earth in his own universe?

25

Inferno (7)

The Doctor has escaped the catastrophic destruction of a parallel world. But can he stop Stahlman before he destroys this one?
Episode Description

1

Terror of the Autons (1)

Earth, the near future. The Master – another renegade Time Lord and the Doctor's sworn enemy – arrives and allies himself with the Nestene Consciousness in an attempt to conquer the planet.

2

Terror of the Autons (2)

The Doctor investigates Rossini's International Circus. The Master, meanwhile, has assumed control at the plastics factory and is manufacturing new lines of living plastics.

3

Terror of the Autons (3)

Earth, the near future. The Master - another renegade Time Lord and the Doctor's sworn enemy - arrives and allies himself with the Nestene Consciousness in an attempt to conquer the planet. But how can plastic flowers be an invasion weapon...?

4

Terror of the Autons (4)

The Doctor catches up with his old enemy, the Master. Can anyone stop the Nestene Consciousness?

5

The Mind of Evil (1)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

6

The Mind of Evil (2)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

7

The Mind of Evil (3)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

8

The Mind of Evil (4)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

9

The Mind of Evil (5)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

10

The Mind of Evil (6)

Earth, the near future. The Doctor visits Stangmoor Prison to see the Keller Machine, a revolutionary new type of rehabilitation aid, in action - but finds his fellow observers literally dying of fear. Who is responsible for creating the Machine? And how does it connect to the peace conference happening in London?

11

The Claws of Axos (1)

Earth, the near future. Axos, a living spacecraft, lands and offers Earth a new energy source - Axonite. But what is Axos's real agenda?

12

The Claws of Axos (2)

Earth, the near future. Axos, a living spacecraft, lands and offers Earth a new energy source - Axonite. But what is Axos's real agenda?

13

The Claws of Axos (3)

Earth, the near future. Axos, a living spacecraft, lands and offers Earth a new energy source - Axonite. But what is Axos's real agenda?

14

The Claws of Axos (4)

Earth, the near future. Axos, a living spacecraft, lands and offers Earth a new energy source - Axonite. But what is Axos's real agenda?

15

Colony in Space (1)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

16

Colony in Space (2)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

17

Colony in Space (3)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

18

Colony in Space (4)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

19

Colony in Space (5)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

20

Colony in Space (6)

The planet Uxarius, in the year 2471. The Time Lords temporarily reactivate the TARDIS to allow the Doctor and Jo to travel here. They find colonists from Earth struggling to survive on a desolate world, with the rapacious miners of IMC attempting to drive them away. But what happened to Uxarius' original inhabitants?

21

The Daemons (1)

Earth, the near future. When an archaological dig at the village of Devil's End goes disastrously wrong, an ancient power begins to revive. Can even the Doctor withstand the power of the Daemons? And just what is the local vicar up to in his spare time?

22

The Daemons (2)

Earth, the near future. When an archaological dig at the village of Devil's End goes disastrously wrong, an ancient power begins to revive. Can even the Doctor withstand the power of the Daemons? And just what is the local vicar up to in his spare time?

23

The Daemons (3)

Earth, the near future. When an archaological dig at the village of Devil's End goes disastrously wrong, an ancient power begins to revive. Can even the Doctor withstand the power of the Daemons? And just what is the local vicar up to in his spare time?

24

The Daemons (4)

Earth, the near future. When an archaological dig at the village of Devil's End goes disastrously wrong, an ancient power begins to revive. Can even the Doctor withstand the power of the Daemons? And just what is the local vicar up to in his spare time?

25

The Daemons (5)

Earth, the near future. When an archaological dig at the village of Devil's End goes disastrously wrong, an ancient power begins to revive. Can even the Doctor withstand the power of the Daemons? And just what is the local vicar up to in his spare time?
Episode Description

1

Day of the Daleks (1)

Earth, the near future. Diplomat Sir Reginald Styles has started seeing ghosts at his country mansion - an alarming development given the precarious international situation and his position as possibly the only man capable of stopping the Third World War. The Doctor and Jo go ghost hunting - but are these ghosts from the past or the future?

2

Day of the Daleks (2)

Earth, the near future. Diplomat Sir Reginald Styles has started seeing ghosts at his country mansion - an alarming development given the precarious international situation and his position as possibly the only man capable of stopping the Third World War. The Doctor and Jo go ghost hunting - but are these ghosts from the past or the future?

3

Day of the Daleks (3)

Earth, the near future. Diplomat Sir Reginald Styles has started seeing ghosts at his country mansion - an alarming development given the precarious international situation and his position as possibly the only man capable of stopping the Third World War. The Doctor and Jo go ghost hunting - but are these ghosts from the past or the future?

4

Day of the Daleks (4)

Earth, the near future. Diplomat Sir Reginald Styles has started seeing ghosts at his country mansion - an alarming development given the precarious international situation and his position as possibly the only man capable of stopping the Third World War. The Doctor and Jo go ghost hunting - but are these ghosts from the past or the future?

5

The Curse of Peladon (1)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Jo arrive just in time to get involved in the conference to discuss Peladon's admission to the Galactic Federation. But the King's closest counsel has been murdered, apparently by a ghost... and then the Doctor learns his old enemies, the Ice Warriors, are also attending the conference...

6

The Curse of Peladon (2)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Jo arrive just in time to get involved in the conference to discuss Peladon's admission to the Galactic Federation. But the King's closest counsel has been murdered, apparently by a ghost... and then the Doctor learns his old enemies, the Ice Warriors, are also attending the conference...

7

The Curse of Peladon (3)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Jo arrive just in time to get involved in the conference to discuss Peladon's admission to the Galactic Federation. But the King's closest counsel has been murdered, apparently by a ghost... and then the Doctor learns his old enemies, the Ice Warriors, are also attending the conference...

8

The Curse of Peladon (4)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Jo arrive just in time to get involved in the conference to discuss Peladon's admission to the Galactic Federation. But the King's closest counsel has been murdered, apparently by a ghost... and then the Doctor learns his old enemies, the Ice Warriors, are also attending the conference...

9

The Sea Devils (1)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

10

The Sea Devils (2)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

11

The Sea Devils (3)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

12

The Sea Devils (4)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

13

The Sea Devils (5)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

14

The Sea Devils (6)

England, the near future. While visiting the Master in his island prison, the Doctor and Jo learn of a series of mysterious ship-sinkings in the area. Can the Master be involved?

15

The Mutants (1)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

16

The Mutants (2)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

17

The Mutants (3)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

18

The Mutants (4)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

19

The Mutants (5)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

20

The Mutants (6)

The planet Solos in the 30th century. As Earth slowly moves towards granting Solos its independence, the Doctor and Jo arrive on a mission for the Time Lords. How far will the brutal Marshal go to retain his power over the planet? And why are the native Solosians undergoing a gradual mutation into hideous, insect-like creatures?

21

The Time Monster (1)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?

22

The Time Monster (2)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?

23

The Time Monster (3)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?

24

The Time Monster (4)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?

25

The Time Monster (5)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?

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The Time Monster (6)

England, the near future. Professor Thascales' TOMTIT project is nearing completion... but why is a simple matter transmitter causing disruption to the flow of time? And what exactly is Kronos, the time monster itself?
Episode Description

1

The Three Doctors (1)

England, the near future. A strange anti-matter creature arrives on Earth and attacks UNIT HQ. It seems to be specifically seeking the Doctor out - but why? With the Time Lords themselves unable to help, it seems the only person who can help the Doctor is himself - or selves...

2

The Three Doctors (2)

England, the near future. A strange anti-matter creature arrives on Earth and attacks UNIT HQ. It seems to be specifically seeking the Doctor out - but why? With the Time Lords themselves unable to help, it seems the only person who can help the Doctor is himself - or selves...

3

The Three Doctors (3)

England, the near future. A strange anti-matter creature arrives on Earth and attacks UNIT HQ. It seems to be specifically seeking the Doctor out - but why? With the Time Lords themselves unable to help, it seems the only person who can help the Doctor is himself - or selves...

4

The Three Doctors (4)

England, the near future. A strange anti-matter creature arrives on Earth and attacks UNIT HQ. It seems to be specifically seeking the Doctor out - but why? With the Time Lords themselves unable to help, it seems the only person who can help the Doctor is himself - or selves...

5

Carnival of Monsters (1)

The Indian Ocean, 1935 - or is it? The Doctor and Jo arrive on the SS Bernice, a ship due to mysteriously vanish without trace. But why do events seem to repeat themselves, and why is a plesiosaur attacking the ship? Meanwhile, on the planet Inter Minor, travelling showman Vorg arrives with his remarkable Miniscope...

6

Carnival of Monsters (2)

The Indian Ocean, 1935 - or is it? The Doctor and Jo arrive on the SS Bernice, a ship due to mysteriously vanish without trace. But why do events seem to repeat themselves, and why is a plesiosaur attacking the ship? Meanwhile, on the planet Inter Minor, travelling showman Vorg arrives with his remarkable Miniscope...

7

Carnival of Monsters (3)

The Indian Ocean, 1935 - or is it? The Doctor and Jo arrive on the SS Bernice, a ship due to mysteriously vanish without trace. But why do events seem to repeat themselves, and why is a plesiosaur attacking the ship? Meanwhile, on the planet Inter Minor, travelling showman Vorg arrives with his remarkable Miniscope...

8

Carnival of Monsters (4)

The Indian Ocean, 1935 - or is it? The Doctor and Jo arrive on the SS Bernice, a ship due to mysteriously vanish without trace. But why do events seem to repeat themselves, and why is a plesiosaur attacking the ship? Meanwhile, on the planet Inter Minor, travelling showman Vorg arrives with his remarkable Miniscope...

9

Frontier in Space (1)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

10

Frontier in Space (2)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

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Frontier in Space (3)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

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Frontier in Space (4)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

13

Frontier in Space (5)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

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Frontier in Space (6)

Deep space, the year 2540. The space powers of Earth and Draconia stand at the brink of war, as each seems to be guilty of pirate raids on the others' ships. But who would truly benefit from such a conflict...?

15

Planet of the Daleks (1)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

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Planet of the Daleks (2)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

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Planet of the Daleks (3)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

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Planet of the Daleks (4)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

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Planet of the Daleks (5)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

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Planet of the Daleks (6)

The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?

21

The Green Death (1)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?

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The Green Death (2)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?

23

The Green Death (3)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?

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The Green Death (4)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?

25

The Green Death (5)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?

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The Green Death (6)

Wales, the near future. While the Doctor finally gets to visit Metebelis Three, Jo and UNIT investigate a spate of strange deaths near Global Chemicals' plant. What effect has the company's toxic waste had on the local wildlife...?
Episode Description

1

The Time Warrior (1)

England, the 12th century. Robber baron Irongron is recruited by Linx, a Sontaran warrior whose starship has been forced down on Earth. Linx is forced to use a time-travel device to steal resources and scientists from the future to repair his ship, but in doing so involves UNIT and the Doctor...

2

The Time Warrior (2)

England, the 12th century. Robber baron Irongron is recruited by Linx, a Sontaran warrior whose starship has been forced down on Earth. Linx is forced to use a time-travel device to steal resources and scientists from the future to repair his ship, but in doing so involves UNIT and the Doctor...

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The Time Warrior (3)

England, the 12th century. Robber baron Irongron is recruited by Linx, a Sontaran warrior whose starship has been forced down on Earth. Linx is forced to use a time-travel device to steal resources and scientists from the future to repair his ship, but in doing so involves UNIT and the Doctor...

4

The Time Warrior (4)

England, the 12th century. Robber baron Irongron is recruited by Linx, a Sontaran warrior whose starship has been forced down on Earth. Linx is forced to use a time-travel device to steal resources and scientists from the future to repair his ship, but in doing so involves UNIT and the Doctor...

5

Invasion (1)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law.

6

Invasion of the Dinosaurs (2)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law. Dinosaurs are running amok in the streets - but how can this be happening? And who stands to gain from it?

7

Invasion of the Dinosaurs (3)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law. Dinosaurs are running amok in the streets - but how can this be happening? And who stands to gain from it?

8

Invasion of the Dinosaurs (4)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law. Dinosaurs are running amok in the streets - but how can this be happening? And who stands to gain from it?

9

Invasion of the Dinosaurs (5)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law. Dinosaurs are running amok in the streets - but how can this be happening? And who stands to gain from it?

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Invasion of the Dinosaurs (6)

London, the near future. The Doctor and Sarah return to a deserted city under martial law. Dinosaurs are running amok in the streets - but how can this be happening? And who stands to gain from it?

11

Death to the Daleks (1)

The barren planet Exxilon, some time in the future. The TARDIS is forced down by a total power failure and the Doctor and Sarah meet a stranded Earth crew who came here to mine for priceless medical supplies. But what is causing the power failures? And why have the Daleks come here too?

12

Death to the Daleks (2)

The barren planet Exxilon, some time in the future. The TARDIS is forced down by a total power failure and the Doctor and Sarah meet a stranded Earth crew who came here to mine for priceless medical supplies. But what is causing the power failures? And why have the Daleks come here too?

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Death to the Daleks (3)

The barren planet Exxilon, some time in the future. The TARDIS is forced down by a total power failure and the Doctor and Sarah meet a stranded Earth crew who came here to mine for priceless medical supplies. But what is causing the power failures? And why have the Daleks come here too?

14

Death to the Daleks (4)

The barren planet Exxilon, some time in the future. The TARDIS is forced down by a total power failure and the Doctor and Sarah meet a stranded Earth crew who came here to mine for priceless medical supplies. But what is causing the power failures? And why have the Daleks come here too?

15

The Monster of Peladon (1)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

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The Monster of Peladon (2)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

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The Monster of Peladon (3)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

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The Monster of Peladon (4)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

19

The Monster of Peladon (5)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

20

The Monster of Peladon (6)

The planet Peladon, some time in the future. The Doctor and Sarah arrive on the planet Peladon 50 years after "The Curse of Peladon" They find King Peladon's daughter, Queen Thalira has inherited the throne. The Galactic Federation is at war with Galaxy Five and needs the mineral Trisilicate in order to bring about an end to the war. It seems the Ghost of Aggedor has been sighted and is blamed for killing of miners, which hampers the acquisition of the much needed Trisilicate.

21

Planet of the Spiders (1)

England, the near future. Mike Yates, formerly of UNIT, is disturbed by odd happenings at a monastic retreat. Using Sarah as a liaison, he is able to warn the Doctor and the Brigadier. But how is the Doctor's research into ESP and the blue Metebelius III crystal connected to Mike's warning?

22

Planet of the Spiders (2)

A highly intelligent spider from Metebelius III arrives on Earth in search of the powerful crystal. When it is stolen from his laboratory, the Doctor leads the chase over land, water and air to recover it.

23

Planet of the Spiders (3)

England, the near future. As the Doctor receives a parcel from South America, Mike Yates asks Sarah to visit the meditation centre where he's been recuperating. But what is the true significance of the blue crystal of Metebelis Three? And is this adventure one too many for the Doctor?

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Planet of the Spiders (4)

England, the near future. As the Doctor receives a parcel from South America, Mike Yates asks Sarah to visit the meditation centre where he's been recuperating. But what is the true significance of the blue crystal of Metebelis Three? And is this adventure one too many for the Doctor?

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Planet of the Spiders (5)

England, the near future. As the Doctor receives a parcel from South America, Mike Yates asks Sarah to visit the meditation centre where he's been recuperating. But what is the true significance of the blue crystal of Metebelis Three? And is this adventure one too many for the Doctor?

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Planet of the Spiders (6)

England, the near future. As the Doctor receives a parcel from South America, Mike Yates asks Sarah to visit the meditation centre where he's been recuperating. But what is the true significance of the blue crystal of Metebelis Three? And is this adventure one too many for the Doctor?
Episode Description

1

Robot (1)

England, the near future. Something inhumanly strong and resilient is raiding scientific establishments across the country. Can the new Doctor help UNIT? And what are the staff of the secret government think tank working on in their spare time?

2

Robot (2)

England, the near future. Sarah Jane Smith meets a gigantic robot, and the Doctor finds himself struggling for his life.

3

Robot (3)

England, the near future. The Doctor attempts to thwart the plans of a group of unscrupulous scientists who threaten the Earth's destruction, and plan to use their giant robot to obtain the power they need to blackmail the world into obeying them.

4

Robot (4)

England, the near future. The Robot grows to gigantic proportions and goes on a rampage. The Doctor finds the solution in a test tube.

5

The Ark in Space (1)

Deep space, the distant future: following Earth's devastation by solar flares, the survivors of mankind are in cryogenic suspension aboard the Nerva Beacon space station. The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrive on board to find the station suffering from mysterious damage and some manner of creature at large…

6

The Ark in Space (2)

Deep space, the distant future: following Earth's devastation by solar flares, the survivors of mankind are in cryogenic suspension aboard the Nerva Beacon space station. The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrive on board and are greeted with suspicion by the awakening survivors… just as the menace of the insectoid Wirrn becomes apparent.

7

The Ark in Space (3)

Deep space, the distant future: following Earth's devastation by solar flares, the survivors of mankind are in cryogenic suspension aboard the Nerva Beacon space station. The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrive on board just as the menace of the insectoid Wirrn becomes apparent...

8

The Ark in Space (4)

Deep space, the distant future: following Earth's devastation by solar flares, the survivors of mankind are in cryogenic suspension aboard the Nerva Beacon space station. The Doctor, Sarah and Harry arrive on board just as the menace of the insectoid Wirrn becomes apparent...

9

The Sontaran Experiment (1)

Earth, the distant future. Beaming down from the Nerva Beacon, the Doctor and his friends discover Earth is habitable once more. Unfortunately a robot is capturing a group of human soldiers on behalf of its mysterious alien master...

10

The Sontaran Experiment (2)

Earth, the distant future. Beaming down from the Nerva Beacon, the Doctor and his friends discover Earth is habitable once more. Unfortunately a Sontaran officer is conducting tests on a group of human colonists to determine their ability to withstand a full-scale invasion...

11

Genesis of the Daleks (1)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

12

Genesis of the Daleks (2)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

13

Genesis of the Daleks (3)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

14

Genesis of the Daleks (4)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

15

Genesis of the Daleks (5)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

16

Genesis of the Daleks (6)

The planet Skaro, the distant past. The Time Lords divert the Doctor, Sarah and Harry to this war-torn world, and give the Doctor a mission: the evil of the Daleks is about to be born here, and the Doctor is to try to ensure they evolve into less lethally aggressive beings - or, failing that, to avert their creation altogether. But has even the Doctor the right to commit genocide?

17

Revenge of the Cybermen (1)

The orbit of Jupiter, the 25th century. Arriving back on the Nerva Beacon much earlier in history, the Doctor and his friends discover the satellite beset by space plague while its crew struggles to keep space traffic away from Voga, the newest moon of Jupiter. But what is the connection between Voga, the plague, and some old enemies of the Doctor?

18

Revenge of the Cybermen (2)

The orbit of Jupiter, the 25th century. Sarah Jane falls victim to the same plague as the other Nerva crewmen. With time running out, the Doctor transmats her and Harry down to the planet Voga, unaware that a mysterious ship is approaching the beacon.

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Revenge of the Cybermen (3)

The orbit of Jupiter, the 25th century. The Doctor and the Nerva Beacon crew are captured by the Cybermen, who plan to use them in their plan to destroy Voga, the Planet of Gold. The Cybermen promises them a slim chance of survival, but have no intention of keeping their words.

20

Revenge of the Cybermen (4)

The Doctor manages to thwart the Cybermen's plan to destroy Voga by delivering Cyberbombs to the heart of the planetoid. But the Cyberleader has another plan, and the Doctor must convince the Vogans to give him enough time to rescue Sarah Jane before they launch their rocket.
Episode Description

1

Terror of the Zygons (1)

Scotland, the near future. Something is smashing oil rigs off the Scottish coast, and UNIT have been called in to investigate. The Brigadier summons the Doctor to Earth to help in the investigation, but it soon becomes clear some kind of alien presence is at work...

2

Terror of the Zygons (2)

Scotland, the near future. Something is smashing oil rigs off the Scottish coast, and UNIT have been called in to investigate. The aliens responsible, the Zygons, try to kill the Doctor and Sarah Jane, then attempt to recover their signal device using their ability to mimic human beings.

3

Terror of the Zygons (3)

Scotland, the near future. Something is smashing oil rigs off the Scottish coast, and UNIT have been called in to investigate. The Doctor discovers a colony of shapeshifting Zygons and their cyborg weapon, the Skarasen, and in the process solves one of Scotland's greatest mysteries...

4

Terror of the Zygons (4)

Scotland, the near future. Something is smashing oil rigs off the Scottish coast, and UNIT have been called in to investigate. The Doctor discovers a colony of shapeshifting Zygons and their cyborg weapon, the Skarasen, and in the process solves one of Scotland's greatest mysteries...

5

Planet of Evil (1)

The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?

6

Planet of Evil (2)

The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The Morestran crew believe the Doctor and Sarah Jane are responsible for the deaths of their personnel, but the Doctor warns that a greater danger threatens them and all the galaxy.

7

Planet of Evil (3)

The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?

8

Planet of Evil (4)

The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?

9

Pyramids of Mars (1)

England, 1911. The TARDIS is drawn off-course and lands in the country house of archaeologist Marcus Scarman. But what did Scarman unearth on his last visit to Egypt, and how can the Doctor defeat his most powerful foe yet - Sutekh, the God of Destruction?

10

Pyramids of Mars (2)

England, 1911. The TARDIS is drawn off-course and lands in the country house of archaeologist Marcus Scarman. But what did Scarman unearth on his last visit to Egypt, and how can the Doctor defeat his most powerful foe yet - Sutekh, the God of Destruction?

11

Pyramids of Mars (3)

England, 1911. The TARDIS is drawn off-course and lands in the country house of archaeologist Marcus Scarman. But what did Scarman unearth on his last visit to Egypt, and how can the Doctor defeat his most powerful foe yet - Sutekh, the God of Destruction?

12

Pyramids of Mars (4)

England, 1911. The TARDIS is drawn off-course and lands in the country house of archaeologist Marcus Scarman. But what did Scarman unearth on his last visit to Egypt, and how can the Doctor defeat his most powerful foe yet - Sutekh, the God of Destruction?

13

The Android Invasion (1)

England, the near future... perhaps. The TARDIS lands in the woods near Devesham Space Centre, and mysteries abound: soldiers rise from the grave, men lost in deep space are alive and well, and the entire population behaves very oddly indeed. What has happened to Earth - or is the true threat yet to come?

14

The Android Invasion (2)

England, the near future... perhaps. The TARDIS lands in the woods near Devesham Space Centre, and mysteries abound: soldiers rise from the grave, men lost in deep space are alive and well, and the entire population behaves very oddly indeed. What has happened to Earth - or is the true threat yet to come?

15

The Android Invasion (3)

England, the near future... perhaps. The TARDIS lands in the woods near Devesham Space Centre, and mysteries abound: soldiers rise from the grave, men lost in deep space are alive and well, and the entire population behaves very oddly indeed. What has happened to Earth - or is the true threat yet to come?

16

The Android Invasion (4)

England, the near future... perhaps. The TARDIS lands in the woods near Devesham Space Centre, and mysteries abound: soldiers rise from the grave, men lost in deep space are alive and well, and the entire population behaves very oddly indeed. What has happened to Earth - or is the true threat yet to come?

17

The Brain of Morbius (1)

The storm-lashed planet Karn. Near a graveyard of crashed starships, the demented surgeon Solon hides in his castle, the last acolyte of the Time Lord despot Morbius. He only needs one final item to make his master live again... and then the Doctor and Sarah arrive...

18

The Brain of Morbius (2)

The Doctor is captured by the Sisterhood, and Sarah Jane is blinded freeing him. The Doctor has no choice but to go back for a cure, unaware that he is leaving Sarah Jane in the hands of a treacherous Dr. Solon and the renegade Time Lord Morbius.

19

The Brain of Morbius (3)

While the Doctor goes to confront the Sisterhood to seek a cure for Sarah Jane's blindness, Solon realizes that he must transfer Morbius' brain into a new body before it is too late.

20

The Brain of Morbius (4)

Morbius lives once more, but as a rampaging beast. The Doctor is forced to ally with Dr. Solon to bring him to heel, but the two disagree about what should happen to Morbius.

21

The Seeds of Doom (1)

The Antarctic, the near future. A strange seed-pod is unearthed from 20-thousand-year-old ice. The Doctor and Sarah go to investigate, but are too late to prevent the pod infecting a scientist and unleashing a threat to all animal life on Earth...

22

The Seeds of Doom (2)

Two employees of the millionnaire Harrison Chase arrive at the Antarctic base, and they will stop at nothing to get hold of the second seed-pod.

23

The Seeds of Doom (3)

England: The 20th Century. After they return from England after their Antarctic ordeal, Chase tries to eliminate the Doctor and Sarah Jane, but they escape and track him down at his estate, where he is preparing to open the Krynoid pod.

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The Seeds of Doom (4)

England: The 20th century. The Doctor is captured by Chase, who plans to breed the stolen Krynoid pod. The Doctor is placed in an automated compost hopper and only Sarah Jane can save him...but will she make it before the Krynoid grows to fruition?

25

The Seeds of Doom (5)

England, the near future. The Krynoid grows to monstrous size and traps the Doctor and the others in a cottage. The creature demands they turn over the Doctor, while Chase seeks to make an alliance with the alien vegetation.

26

The Seeds of Doom (6)

England, the near future. The Doctor, Sarah Jane, and Scorby are trapped in the manor as a possessed Chase stalks them from within, while the gigantic Krynoid prepares to crush them from without. Worse, the alien plant is ready to germinate, spreading its seeds across England.
Episode Description

1

The Masque of Mandragora (1)

Italy, 1492. Not realising the TARDIS has been infiltrated by the malevolent Mandragora Helix, the Doctor and Sarah arrive in the tiny duchy of San Martino. With the locals preoccupied by the struggle for the Dukedom, will the time travellers be able to resist a force that threatens to drag Earth into a new Dark age?

2

The Masque of Mandragora (2)

Italy, 1492. The Mandragora Helix establishes its power base with the Brotherhood of Demnos, while Count Federico plots against his nephew Giuliano, unaware of the danger that threatens them all.

3

The Masque of Mandragora (3)

Italy, 1492. Not realising the TARDIS has been infiltrated by the malevolent Mandragora Helix, the Doctor and Sarah arrive in the tiny duchy of San Martino. With the locals preoccupied by the struggle for the Dukedom, will the time travellers be able to resist a force that threatens to drag Earth into a new Dark Age?

4

The Masque of Mandragora (4)

Italy, 1492. Not realising the TARDIS has been infiltrated by the malevolent Mandragora Helix, the Doctor and Sarah arrive in the tiny duchy of San Martino. With the locals preoccupied by the struggle for the Dukedom, will the time travellers be able to resist a force that threatens to drag Earth into a new Dark Age?

5

The Hand of Fear (1)

England, the near future. The TARDIS materialises in a quarry and Sarah is trapped under a rockfall. But what is the origin of the fossilized hand she is found gripping? And who is the Eldrad she keeps mumbling about?

6

The Hand of Fear (2)

The Doctor and Professor Watson struggle to stop first Sarah Jane and then Driscoll from obeying the strange and dangerous orders of the stone hand, which has suddenly come to life.

7

The Hand of Fear (3)

The energy of the reactor has returned the mysterious Eldrad to life. The Doctor agrees to take her back to Kastria. But what is waiting for them there?

8

The Hand of Fear (4)

The Doctor and Sarah race to save the mortally wounded Eldrad. But they find that everything is not quite as she told them.

9

The Deadly Assassin (1)

Gallifrey, planet of the Time Lords. Summoned home by a premonition of murder, the Doctor discovers a dark conspiracy at the highest levels of Time Lord society... and his oldest enemy, who poses a threat to the existence of Gallifrey itself...

10

The Deadly Assassin (2)

The President of the High Council has been killed and the Doctor is the prime suspect. The Time Lords are eager to dispense quick justice and the Doctor must race agains the clock to discover the truth... and an old enemy.

11

The Deadly Assassin (3)

The Doctor has entered the computation Matrix to prove his innocence. But his opponent is prepared for him and the two engage in a mental duel to the death.

12

The Deadly Assassin (4)

The Doctor has won his fight in the Matrix and revealed the assassin. But the Master is not defeated and sets a plan in motion that could destroy the Time Lords.

13

The Face of Evil (1)

An unnamed planet, the distant future. Arriving in a place that seems oddly familiar, the Doctor finds the savage Sevateem tribe battling to free their captive god, Xoanon, from the Evil One and his Tesh servants. But can the whole situation really be the Doctor's fault?

14

The Face of Evil (2)

The Sevateem launch another attack to try to free Xoanon as the Doctor tries to figure out his role in their past. But his only chance to win their trust is to face a deadly test.

15

The Face of Evil (3)

The Doctor has broken through the barrier and found the Tesh. But he comes to an awful realization about Xoanon.

16

The Face of Evil (4)

The Doctor tries to fix the mad computer Xoanon. But it is determined to stop him – even if it must destroy the entire world!

17

The Robots of Death (1)

An unnamed world, an unknown time. A vast mining vessel trawls a sea of mineral sand for valuable ores, the tiny human crew served by an army of humanoid robots. But as the Doctor and Leela arrive, one of the crew is found murdered... and if they didn't do it, who did?

18

The Robots of Death (2)

The Doctor and Leela are suspected of murder. But the real foe is using robots to cut down the crew – and even sabotage the sand miner itself!

19

The Robots of Death (3)

Under the direction of a madman, the robots continue their rampage as the Doctor finds an unexpected ally.

20

The Robots of Death (4)

The Doctor and the surviving humans fight for their lives againt Teran Capel and his growing army of deadly robots.

21

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (1)

London, the 1890s. As magician Li H'Sen Chang captivates audiences, a spate of disappearances amongst young women goes largely unnoticed. But almost upon their arrival, the Doctor and Leela find themselves confronting the feared Tong of the Black Scorpion, and a menace from another time. And there's something fishy in the sewers, too...

22

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (2)

The Doctor and Leela investigate the strange events in Victorian London. But a mysterious masked figure lurks in the shadows.

23

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (3)

As Li H'Sen Chang works to secure the time cabinet, Leela pursues and investigates his master – the mysterious and murderous Weng-Chiang.

24

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (4)

The Doctor and Leela attend Li H'Sen Chang's performance, hoping to confront the magician. But his master Weng-Chiang has other plans…

25

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (5)

The Doctor and his allies try to track down Weng-Chiang before he can activate the time cabinet and possibly destroy London.

26

The Talons of Weng-Chiang (6)

The Doctor and Weng-Chiang have their final confrontation in the mysterious House of the Dragon -- watched by the evil duplicitous Mr. Sin.
Episode Description

1

Horror of Fang Rock (1)

The English channel, the 1900s AD. The TARDIS lands on barren Fang Rock, inhabited until now only by three light-house keepers. But what is the strange fog covering the island, and can it be connected to the falling star sighted earlier that night?

2

Horror of Fang Rock (2)

The survivors of a wrecked ship are stranded with the lighhouse crew on Fang Rock as a deadly menace slithers through the fog. Has the Beast of Fang Rock returned?

3

Horror of Fang Rock (3)

The Doctor barricades everyone in the lighthouse to protect them from the mysterious deadly creature in the fog. But it may already be inside, biding its time…

4

Horror of Fang Rock (4)

The Rutan starts picking off the surviving humans one by one as the Doctor and Leela struggle to defeat not only the alien but an entire fleet waiting to occupy Earth.

5

The Invisible Enemy (1)

Deep space, 5000AD. An Earth supply shuttle is infected by a strange sentient space-borne virus, which quickly spreads to the crew of the refuelling station on the moon Titan. Even worse, the Doctor himself falls victim. But why is Leela immune, and what is the virus's ultimate goal?

6

The Invisible Enemy (2)

Leela and Lowe take the Doctor to the Bi-Al Foundation for help. But how can they cure an infection of the mind?

7

The Invisible Enemy (3)

Miniaturized clones of the Doctor and Leela are injected into his brain. But they must now fight the virus on its own level. And its servants are closing in around them.

8

The Invisible Enemy (4)

The Nucleus, now grown to human size, is determined to spawn and take over the Galaxy. Only the Doctor and Leela can stop it.

9

Image of the Fendahl (1)

England, the late 1970s. At Fetch Priory, Dr Fendelman's experiments with the new Time Scanner are disrupted by the mysterious death nearby of a hiker. Then there's the mysterious skull, also being used as part of his work--a skull that seems to predate the evolution of mankind. What is the true role of the Fendahl in humanity's evolution?

10

Image of the Fendahl (2)

The mystery surrounding the strange skull deepens. Thea is slowly succumbing to its influence while the Doctor prepares to battle a creature from mythology.

11

Image of the Fendahl (3)

While Max prepares to tap supernatural forces beyond imagining, the Doctor and Leela investigate the legend of the Fendahl.

12

Image of the Fendahl (4)

The Fendahl is returning to life, ready to consume everything in its path. Can the Doctor find a way to kill death itself?

13

The Sun Makers (1)

Pluto, the distant future. The planet has been terraformed and is now orbited by artificial suns, provided by the rapacious company who ruthlessly exploit the relocated human workforce. The Doctor, Leela, and K9 arrive and befriend a luckless drone worker, but they must flee with him to the dark undercity...

14

The Sun Makers (2)

The Doctor has been captured by the Gatherer. Leela works to free him but the Gatherer is already laying his own plans…

15

The Sun Makers (3)

Now Leela is the prisoner of the Collector. He knows of the Doctor and is determined to rid himself of both of them.

16

The Sun Makers (4)

The Doctor now moves to completely overthrow the Company. But the Collector has one last trump card to play.

17

Underworld (1)

Deep space, an unknown time. The Doctor encounters the Minyans, survivors of a race the Time Lords unwittingly obliterated early in their own history. The Minyans are searching for their race's lost gene banks, a quest which takes them to the edge of the galaxy…

18

Underworld (2)

After 100,000 years, the Minyans have found the long-lost P7E. But what awaits them on the ship, long buried in the core of a newborn planet?

19

Underworld (3)

The Minyans have, at long last, found the P7E. But a host of guards and robotic seers stand between them and the race banks.

20

Underworld (4)

The Minyons struggle to gain the precious race banks from the Oracle. But perhaps it is giving in a little too easily ...

21

The Invasion of Time (1)

Gallifrey, world of the Time Lords. The Doctor returns and claims the vacant presidency. But his behaviour is erratic and his motives mysterious.

22

The Invasion of Time (2)

Now President of Gallifrey, the Doctor puts a plan motion to apparent betray his people to an alien menace.

23

The Invasion of Time (3)

Gallifrey, world of the Time Lords. The Doctor has claimed the presidency of the planet (on a technicality, following events in the previous season's The Deadly Assassin) and his behaviour is even more eccentric than usual in other ways, too: he refuses to speak to Leela and seems only to trust K9. But has he really betrayed Gallifrey to a Vardan invasion force? And is there a further power behind the Vardans?

24

The Invasion of Time (4)

The Doctor works to free his planet of the Vardan menace. How can he defeat an enemy who can read his very thoughts? And does their invasion conceal a greater menace?

25

The Invasion of Time (5)

The Sontarans have invaded Gallifrey, seeking to seize the incredible power of the Time Lords. The Doctor's first step is to cut them off from their fleet. But Kelner is helping the enemy…

26

The Invasion of Time (6)

The Sontarans finally invade the TARDIS itself, seeking the Great Key. The Doctor, however, has other uses for this powerful object…
Episode Description

1

The Ribos Operation (1)

The Magellanic Clouds, the planet Ribos, an unknown time. Ordered by the White Guardian to collect the pieces of the omnipotent Key to Time, The Doctor, K-9 and his new assistant Romana arrive. Collecting the first segment is not going to be easy…

2

The Ribos Operation (2)

Trying to obtain the first segment of the Key to Time, the Doctor and Romana are swept up in an elaborate con. The target – the homicidal Graff Vynda K.

3

The Ribos Operation (3)

Prisoners of the maniacal Graff Vynda K, the Doctor and Romana must break out and pursue the first segment – even as Unstoff takes it into the most dangerous place on Ribos.

4

The Ribos Operation (4)

Trapped in the catacombs between a mad warlord and ravenous monsters, the Doctor and Romana work desperately to obtain the segement of the Key to Time - and escape alive.

5

The Pirate Planet (1)

Planet Zanak, unknown time. The Doctor and Romana are seeking the planet Calufrax where the second segment waits. They are in the right place and the right time… but on the wrong planet.

6

The Pirate Planet (2)

The Doctor begins to investigate the mysteriously wealthy planet Zanak. Mentiads, a deranged Captain, strange omens, miraculous mines – what does it all mean? And what does it have to do with the Key to Time?

7

The Pirate Planet (3)

The Doctor and Romana begin to uncover the secrets of Zanak. But the murderous Captain seems to have plans of his own.

8

The Pirate Planet (4)

The Captain and Xanxia work toward their secret goals. Both depends on the pirate planet consuming one more victim - Earth.

9

The Stones of Blood (1)

England, the late 1970s. The Doctor and Romana arrive in search of the third segment. But the Tracer readings are erratic and something ominous is happening with an ancient stone circle...

10

The Stones of Blood (2)

The quest for the Third Segment has landed the Doctor and Romana in the midst of a druidic cult centered on a stone circle. But the stones are not what they seem. And somewhere out there is a blood-thirsty celtic godess.

11

The Stones of Blood (3)

Chase by blood-thirsty stones, the Doctor must find a way to rescue Romana. What awaits him in the theoretical absurdity of hyperspace?

12

The Stones of Blood (4)

Facing a sentence of death from merciless justice machines, the Doctor must play for time while Romana tries to discover just who Vivian Fey really is.

13

The Androids of Tara (1)

Arriving on the techno-Ruritanian world of Tara, Romana easily obtains the Fourth Segment. Getting off the planet, however, isn't going to be quite so easy...

14

The Androids of Tara (2)

The Doctor must employ a desperate gambit to keep the evil Grendel off the throne. And the Count has a new pawn to play - Romana.

15

The Androids of Tara (3)

The Doctor and Romana are swept up in the political machinations of Tara. The Doctor must keep the android "king" running while Grendel plots to use Romana to destroy him.

16

The Androids of Tara (4)

Grendel plans two weddings and a funeral to cement his hold over Tara. The Doctor and K-9 race to foil him and save the Time Lady's life.

17

The Power of Kroll (1)

The Third Moon of Delta Magna, The Future. The Doctor and Romana arrive in search of the fifth segment and are immediately swept up in a conflict between the crew of a new refinery and the embittered natives…

18

The Power of Kroll (2)

The Doctor and Romana try to avoid being sacrificed to Kroll – just in time for the real monster to appear.

19

The Power of Kroll (3)

The massive Kroll is awake and killing anyone in its path. And the swampies are determined to appease it – by sacrificing the Doctor and Romana.

20

The Power of Kroll (4)

The Doctor and Romana are trapped between the monstrous Kroll and the insane refinery commander. And there is no sign of the fifth segment of the Key to Time.

21

The Armageddon Factor (1)

Searching for the sixth segment, the Doctor and Romana land in the midst of a brutal nuclear war between the planets Atrios and Zeos.

22

The Armageddon Factor (2)

Swept up in an apocalyptic war, the Doctor must help the Marshall defend his planet. But who or what controls the Marshall?

23

The Armageddon Factor (3)

The Doctor meets a new enemy – the Shadow – who wants the Key to Time. And the Atrian-Zeon war is approaching an awful climax.

24

The Armageddon Factor (4)

The Doctor is forced into a desperate gambit to prevent a massacre. But it is getting harder to tell friend from foe.

25

The Armageddon Factor (5)

The Doctor and Romana finally venture into the Shadow's lair. The Shadow appears to hold all the cards but the Doctor has found an old friend.

26

The Armageddon Factor (6)

The Doctor and the Shadow have their final confrontation to take control of the Key to Time. Completing it may entail an awful sacrifice. And the Black Guardian will do anything to obtain it and plunge the Universe into chaos.
Episode Description

1

Destiny of the Daleks (1)

Skaro, the Dalek homeworld, some time in the future. The TARDIS lands in the irradiated ruins of the old Kaled city and something is moving underneath the wasted surface of the planet…

2

Destiny of the Daleks (2)

Romana has been captured by the Daleks, the Doctor is the guest of the Movellans. The Daleks are drilling deep into Skaro for something and the Doctor has an awful suspicion about their objective…

3

Destiny of the Daleks (3)

The Daleks have awoken Davros in the heart of Skaro. Only the Doctor and the Movellans stand between them and their objective. But are the Movellans really on the Doctor's side?

4

Destiny of the Daleks (4)

Trapped between the Movellans and the Daleks, the Doctor must find a way to defeat both. Meanwhile, vast space fleets await new orders.

5

City of Death (1)

Paris, 1979. The Doctor and Romana are here on holiday, but something is disturbing the flow of time. Could the time travel experiments of Count Scarlioni be to blame?

6

City of Death (2)

Captured by the Count, the Doctor and Romana uncover an elaborate plan to steal the Mona Lisa. But there is more to Scarlioni's plans than a simple theft.

7

City of Death (3)

The Doctor and Romana unwrap an intricate plot involving aliens, time travel and the Mona Lisa. How is Count Scarlioni living in two times at once? And what does he want?

8

City of Death (4)

Scaroth is determined to go back 400 million years in time to prevent a mistake. But the Doctor must stop him – because the consequences would be disastrous.

9

The Creature from the Pit (1)

The planet Chloris. Drawn here by a mysterious distress signal, the Doctor becomes the prisoneres of the ruthless Adrasta. A strange and deadly pit await those who displease her.

10

The Creature from the Pit (2)

The Doctor is in a pit with a deadly creature. And Adrasta has plans for Romana and K-9.

11

The Creature from the Pit (3)

The Doctor has come face to face with a massive green creature. Adrasta goes into the mines to kill the monster. But everything is not as it appears…

12

The Creature from the Pit (4)

The truth about the creature is revealed. But its imprisonment may have already set in motion a terrible revenge.

13

Nightmare of Eden (1)

The orbit of the holiday planet, Azure, the year 2116. The starships Empress and Hecate are fused together after an accident in hyperspace. Naturally the Doctor thinks he can find a solution, but has the accident unleashed a far more deadly menace?

14

Nightmare of Eden (2)

Two ships have collided above Azure but that may be the least of the Doctor's problems. Monsters and drug smugglers are loose on the ship. And it all seems to tie in with Tryst's electronic zoo…

15

Nightmare of Eden (3)

The Doctor and Romana begin to uncover the truth about the strange events aboard the luxury liner Empress. They first have to separate the two ship from each other. But they've got Mandrells, drug smugglers and police chasing after them.

16

Nightmare of Eden (4)

The Doctor finally discovers the truth about the drug smuggling ring. But the villains are still one step ahead.

17

The Horns of Nimon (1)

Deep space, an unknown time. The TARDIS encounters a disabled Skonnon battlecruiser transporting Anethan 'tribute'. The co-pilot is determined to reach Skonnos at any cost.

18

The Horns of Nimon (2)

Having reached Skonnos, Romana is sent with the Anethians to face the deadly Nimon.

19

The Horns of Nimon (3)

The Doctor and Romana are trapped in the Nimon's lair. Is he really the last of his race? What are his real intentions toward Skonnos?

20

The Horns of Nimon (4)

Romana is trapped on a ruined planet. The Nimons are launching their invasion of Skonnos. Can the Doctor stop the "Great Journey of Life"?

21

Shada (1)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.

22

Shada (2)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.

23

Shada (3)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.

24

Shada (4)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.

25

Shada (5)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.

26

Shada (6)

The Doctor and Romana visit Chronotis, a retired Time Lord living in Cambridge, who admits that he's lost a book dating back to the time of Rassilon and needs their help to find it. In fact he's accidentally lent it out to graduate student Chris Parsons, who soon realises that this is an extraordinary text indeed. The book is also sought by the evil scientist Skagra, who has developed a sphere capable of drawing its victims' minds out of their bodies. Skagra needs the book to reach the Time Lord prison Shada, which even the Time Lords have forgotten. Long ago they imprisoned the criminal Salyavin there, as punishment for using his powers to transfer his mind into other people's bodies. Chronotis is eventually forced to admit that he himself is Salyavin; he escaped long ago and used his powers to cause the Time Lords to forget about his prison. However, he's now repented of his crimes and wishes to live a quiet, peaceful life. Skagra drains Chronotis's mind and thus acquires the ability to transfer his own mind into other bodies; with the aid of the sphere and his crystalline servants, the Krargs, he will spread his own mind throughout the Universe and become immortal. However, when the Doctor pretends to be stupid, the sphere fails to drain his mind completely. He thus survives, and since there's a copy of his mind inside the sphere, he is able to use the resonance to turn Skagra's possessed slaves against him. Skagra is imprisoned by his own Ship, and Chronotis returns to Earth to resume his peaceful retirement.
Episode Description

1

The Leisure Hive (1)

The planet Argolis, around the year 2290. The Argolins live in a huge shielded city, protected from the irradiated wasteland outside. The planet's survival depends on the tourists their Leisure Hive attracts. But a series of horrific deaths seems to jeopardise that future - can the Doctor and Romana find a solution?

2

The Leisure Hive (2)

The planet Argolis, around the year 2290. The Argolins live in a huge shielded city, protected from the irradiated wasteland outside. The planet's survival depends on the tourists their Leisure Hive attracts. But a series of horrific deaths seems to jeopardise that future - can the Doctor and Romana find a solution?

3

The Leisure Hive (3)

The planet Argolis, around the year 2290. The Argolins live in a huge shielded city, protected from the irradiated wasteland outside. The planet's survival depends on the tourists their Leisure Hive attracts. But a series of horrific deaths seems to jeopardise that future - can the Doctor and Romana find a solution?

4

The Leisure Hive (4)

The planet Argolis, around the year 2290. The Argolins live in a huge shielded city, protected from the irradiated wasteland outside. The planet's survival depends on the tourists their Leisure Hive attracts. But a series of horrific deaths seems to jeopardise that future - can the Doctor and Romana find a solution?

5

Meglos (1)

The desert planet Zolpha-Thura, the 1980s. Giant intelligent megalomaniac cactus Meglos is planning to conquer the galaxy but first it needs the dodecahedron, a powerful energy source currently on the planet Tigella. To get it back Meglos recruits a band of galactic mercenaries and hatches a cunning scheme requiring it to impersonate the Doctor...

6

Meglos (2)

The desert planet Zolpha-Thura, the 1980s. Giant intelligent megalomaniac cactus Meglos is planning to conquer the galaxy but first it needs the dodecahedron, a powerful energy source currently on the planet Tigella. To get it back Meglos recruits a band of galactic mercenaries and hatches a cunning scheme requiring it to impersonate the Doctor...

7

Meglos (3)

The desert planet Zolpha-Thura, the 1980s. Giant intelligent megalomaniac cactus Meglos is planning to conquer the galaxy but first it needs the dodecahedron, a powerful energy source currently on the planet Tigella. To get it back Meglos recruits a band of galactic mercenaries and hatches a cunning scheme requiring it to impersonate the Doctor...

8

Meglos (4)

The desert planet Zolpha-Thura, the 1980s. Giant intelligent megalomaniac cactus Meglos is planning to conquer the galaxy but first it needs the dodecahedron, a powerful energy source currently on the planet Tigella. To get it back Meglos recruits a band of galactic mercenaries and hatches a cunning scheme requiring it to impersonate the Doctor...

9

Full Circle (1)

Deep space, an unknown time - on course for Gallifrey, the TARDIS passes through a strange disruption. When they materialise, the scanner shows the Time Lord homeworld... but the travellers have passed into the negative pocket universe of E-Space and are in fact on the planet Alzarius, where evolution works very differently...

10

Full Circle (2)

Deep space, an unknown time - on course for Gallifrey, the TARDIS passes through a strange disruption. When they materialise, the scanner shows the Time Lord homeworld... but the travellers have passed into the negative pocket universe of E-Space and are in fact on the planet Alzarius, where evolution works very differently...

11

Full Circle (3)

Deep space, an unknown time - on course for Gallifrey, the TARDIS passes through a strange disruption. When they materialise, the scanner shows the Time Lord homeworld... but the travellers have passed into the negative pocket universe of E-Space and are in fact on the planet Alzarius, where evolution works very differently...

12

Full Circle (4)

Deep space, an unknown time - on course for Gallifrey, the TARDIS passes through a strange disruption. When they materialise, the scanner shows the Time Lord homeworld... but the travellers have passed into the negative pocket universe of E-Space and are in fact on the planet Alzarius, where evolution works very differently...

13

State of Decay (1)

Still trapped in negative E-Space, the TARDIS lands on an unnamed world to find a society sliding back into feudalism. What is the secret of the Three Who Rule? And what ancient enemy of the Time Lords is stirring again on this world...?

14

State of Decay (2)

Still trapped in negative E-Space, the TARDIS lands on an unnamed world to find a society sliding back into feudalism. What is the secret of the Three Who Rule? And what ancient enemy of the Time Lords is stirring again on this world...?

15

State of Decay (3)

Still trapped in negative E-Space, the TARDIS lands on an unnamed world to find a society sliding back into feudalism. What is the secret of the Three Who Rule? And what ancient enemy of the Time Lords is stirring again on this world...?

16

State of Decay (4)

Still trapped in negative E-Space, the TARDIS lands on an unnamed world to find a society sliding back into feudalism. What is the secret of the Three Who Rule? And what ancient enemy of the Time Lords is stirring again on this world...?

17

Warriors' Gate (1)

Nowhere, literally - the Zero Point between the positive and negative universes. The TARDIS materialises in a white void, but the travellers are not alone. A stone gateway, filled with ageing warrior robots and a very strange hall of mirrors, is also in the void. As is a slaver ship filled with the time-riding Tharils, and captained by the increasingly unstable Rorvik...

18

Warriors' Gate (2)

Nowhere, literally - the Zero Point between the positive and negative universes. The TARDIS materialises in a white void, but the travellers are not alone. A stone gateway, filled with ageing warrior robots and a very strange hall of mirrors, is also in the void. As is a slaver ship filled with the time-riding Tharils, and captained by the increasingly unstable Rorvik...

19

Warriors' Gate (3)

Nowhere, literally - the Zero Point between the positive and negative universes. The TARDIS materialises in a white void, but the travellers are not alone. A stone gateway, filled with ageing warrior robots and a very strange hall of mirrors, is also in the void. As is a slaver ship filled with the time-riding Tharils, and captained by the increasingly unstable Rorvik...

20

Warriors' Gate (4)

Nowhere, literally - the Zero Point between the positive and negative universes. The TARDIS materialises in a white void, but the travellers are not alone. A stone gateway, filled with ageing warrior robots and a very strange hall of mirrors, is also in the void. As is a slaver ship filled with the time-riding Tharils, and captained by the increasingly unstable Rorvik...

21

The Keeper of Traken (1)

The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?

22

The Keeper of Traken (2)

The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?

23

The Keeper of Traken (3)

The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?

24

The Keeper of Traken (4)

The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?

25

Logopolis (1)

Southern England, 1981. Air hostess Tegan's first day on the job does not go as planned when she pulls over by a police box with a flat tyre en route to the airport. Why is the Doctor suddenly interested in genuine police boxes? And what is the terrible secret of the planet Logopolis?

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Logopolis (2)

Southern England, 1981. Air hostess Tegan's first day on the job does not go as planned when she pulls over by a police box with a flat tyre en route to the airport. Why is the Doctor suddenly interested in genuine police boxes? And what is the terrible secret of the planet Logopolis?

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Logopolis (3)

Southern England, 1981. Air hostess Tegan's first day on the job does not go as planned when she pulls over by a police box with a flat tyre en route to the airport. Why is the Doctor suddenly interested in genuine police boxes? And what is the terrible secret of the planet Logopolis?

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Logopolis (4)

Southern England, 1981. Air hostess Tegan's first day on the job does not go as planned when she pulls over by a police box with a flat tyre en route to the airport. Why is the Doctor suddenly interested in genuine police boxes? And what is the terrible secret of the planet Logopolis?
Episode Description

1

Castrovalva (1)

Southern England, 1981. The universe has been saved, but at the cost of the fourth Doctor's life. The newly-regenerated fifth Doctor must rely on his friends to survive as the regeneration threatens to fail…

2

Castrovalva (2)

The TARDIS is plunging toward destruction. But even if the Doctor can escape, is yet another trap waiting?

3

Castrovalva (3)

The Doctor has arrived in the supposed safety of Castrovalva. But something is odd about the seemingly tranquil city…

4

Castrovalva (4)

The TARDIS crew are caught in a space-time trap. Escaping will mean a final confrontation with the Master.

5

Four to Doomsday (1)

Deep space, four days from Earth, 1981. The TARDIS materialises aboard a massive Urbankan starship. What is the real agenda of Monarch, master of the vessel?

6

Four to Doomsday (2)

The Doctor and his companions explore Monarch's vessel. But what is the secret of the ancient Earthlings aboard?

7

Four to Doomsday (3)

Bigon reveals Monarch's terrible plan to the Doctor. Can he act in time to save Nyssa? And which side is Adric on?

8

Four to Doomsday (4)

The Doctor has little time left to stop the evil Monarch. But he is losing allies — and the TARDIS is gone.

9

Kinda (1)

The TARDIS lands on the jungle planet Deva Loka, where an Earth expedition has been sent to study the Kinda, a tribe of primitive people. Three team members have already vanished. Are the Kinda as primitive as they seem?

10

Kinda (2)

The TARDIS lands on the jungle planet Deva Loka, where an Earth expedition has been sent to study the Kinda, a tribe of primitive people. Three team members have already vanished. Are the Kinda as primitive as they seem?

11

Kinda (3)

The TARDIS lands on the jungle planet Deva Loka, where an Earth expedition has been sent to study the Kinda, a tribe of primitive people. Three team members have already vanished. Are the Kinda as primitive as they seem?

12

Kinda (4)

The TARDIS lands on the jungle planet Deva Loka, where an Earth expedition has been sent to study the Kinda, a tribe of primitive people. Three team members have already vanished. Are the Kinda as primitive as they seem?

13

The Visitation (1)

As plague sweeps 17th century England, the Doctor discovers a more exotic threat at work - shipwrecked Terileptil convicts, intent on making the planet their own.

14

The Visitation (2)

As plague sweeps 17th century England, the Doctor discovers a more exotic threat at work - shipwrecked Terileptil convicts, intent on making the planet their own.

15

The Visitation (3)

As plague sweeps 17th century England, the Doctor discovers a more exotic threat at work - shipwrecked Terileptil convicts, intent on making the planet their own.

16

The Visitation (4)

As plague sweeps 17th century England, the Doctor discovers a more exotic threat at work - shipwrecked Terileptil convicts, intent on making the planet their own.

17

Black Orchid (1)

The TARDIS arrives on Earth in 1925 where, due to a case of mistaken identity, the Doctor ends up playing in a local cricket match, but events take on a more sinister tone at the country home of their host Lord Cranleigh.

18

Black Orchid (2)

The TARDIS arrives on Earth in 1925 where, due to a case of mistaken identity, the Doctor ends up playing in a local cricket match, but events take on a more sinister tone at the country home of their host Lord Cranleigh.

19

Earthshock (1)

The TARDIS crew arrives on Earth in the 26th Century in a cave system where a military force is investigating the disappearance of a palaentological expedition.

20

Earthshock (2)

The TARDIS crew arrives on Earth in the 26th Century in a cave system where a military force is investigating the disappearance of a palaentological expedition.

21

Earthshock (3)

The TARDIS crew arrives on Earth in the 26th Century in a cave system where a military force is investigating the disappearance of a palaentological expedition.

22

Earthshock (4)

The TARDIS crew arrives on Earth in the 26th Century in a cave system where a military force is investigating the disappearance of a palaentological expedition.

23

Time-Flight (1)

A Concorde loaded with passengers and crew vanishes into thin air. The still-grieving TARDIS crew arrive at Heathrow Airport in 1981 as the Doctor volunteers his services to solve the mystery.

24

Time-Flight (2)

A Concorde loaded with passengers and crew vanishes into thin air. The still-grieving TARDIS crew arrive at Heathrow Airport in 1981 as the Doctor volunteers his services to solve the mystery.

25

Time-Flight (3)

A Concorde loaded with passengers and crew vanishes into thin air. The still-grieving TARDIS crew arrive at Heathrow Airport in 1981 as the Doctor volunteers his services to solve the mystery.

26

Time-Flight (4)

A Concorde loaded with passengers and crew vanishes into thin air. The still-grieving TARDIS crew arrive at Heathrow Airport in 1981 as the Doctor volunteers his services to solve the mystery.
Episode Description

1

Arc of Infinity (1)

The Time Lords of Gallifrey are disturbed by the possible return of an old enemy... and the only way to stop him is to execute the Doctor.

2

Arc of Infinity (2)

The Time Lords of Gallifrey are disturbed by the possible return of an old enemy... and the only way to stop him is to execute the Doctor.

3

Arc of Infinity (3)

The Time Lords of Gallifrey are disturbed by the possible return of an old enemy... and the only way to stop him is to execute the Doctor.

4

Arc of Infinity (4)

The Time Lords of Gallifrey are disturbed by the possible return of an old enemy... and the only way to stop him is to execute the Doctor.

5

Snakedance (1)

Tegan steers the TARDIS to the planet Manussa, without meaning to - but why? And is it a coincidence that the planet is about to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the expulsion of the insidious Mara?

6

Snakedance (2)

Tegan steers the TARDIS to the planet Manussa, without meaning to - but why? And is it a coincidence that the planet is about to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the expulsion of the insidious Mara?

7

Snakedance (3)

Tegan steers the TARDIS to the planet Manussa, without meaning to - but why? And is it a coincidence that the planet is about to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the expulsion of the insidious Mara?

8

Snakedance (4)

Tegan steers the TARDIS to the planet Manussa, without meaning to - but why? And is it a coincidence that the planet is about to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the expulsion of the insidious Mara?

9

Mawdryn Undead (1)

The Doctor discovers a starship trapped in a time warp over Earth. Meanwhile, public schoolboy - and secret alien emigré - Turlough learns he can have that which he most desires, in return for the murder of the Doctor...

10

Mawdryn Undead (2)

The Doctor discovers a starship trapped in a time warp over Earth. Meanwhile, public schoolboy - and secret alien emigré - Turlough learns he can have that which he most desires, in return for the murder of the Doctor...

11

Mawdryn Undead (3)

The Doctor discovers a starship trapped in a time warp over Earth. Meanwhile, public schoolboy - and secret alien emigré - Turlough learns he can have that which he most desires, in return for the murder of the Doctor...

12

Mawdryn Undead (4)

The Doctor discovers a starship trapped in a time warp over Earth. Meanwhile, public schoolboy - and secret alien emigré - Turlough learns he can have that which he most desires, in return for the murder of the Doctor...

13

Terminus (1)

Deep space, some time in the future. Still following the Black Guardian's orders, Turlough sabotages the TARDIS, forcing an emergency fusion with an apparently deserted starship. But the ship is headed for the notorious plague colony, Terminus. Surrounded by plague victims and space pirates, is the Doctor too preoccupied to notice the greatest threat of all - a threat connected to the position of Terminus at the exact centre of the universe?

14

Terminus (2)

Deep space, some time in the future. Still following the Black Guardian's orders, Turlough sabotages the TARDIS, forcing an emergency fusion with an apparently deserted starship. But the ship is headed for the notorious plague colony, Terminus. Surrounded by plague victims and space pirates, is the Doctor too preoccupied to notice the greatest threat of all - a threat connected to the position of Terminus at the exact centre of the universe?

15

Terminus (3)

Deep space, some time in the future. Still following the Black Guardian's orders, Turlough sabotages the TARDIS, forcing an emergency fusion with an apparently deserted starship. But the ship is headed for the notorious plague colony, Terminus. Surrounded by plague victims and space pirates, is the Doctor too preoccupied to notice the greatest threat of all - a threat connected to the position of Terminus at the exact centre of the universe?

16

Terminus (4)

Deep space, some time in the future. Still following the Black Guardian's orders, Turlough sabotages the TARDIS, forcing an emergency fusion with an apparently deserted starship. But the ship is headed for the notorious plague colony, Terminus. Surrounded by plague victims and space pirates, is the Doctor too preoccupied to notice the greatest threat of all - a threat connected to the position of Terminus at the exact centre of the universe?

17

Enlightenment (1)

After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?

18

Enlightenment (2)

After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?

19

Enlightenment (3)

After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?

20

Enlightenment (4)

After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?

21

The King's Demons (1)

England, 1215. With the historic signing of the Magna Carta supposedly only days away, the Doctor is startled to find King John apparently intent on provoking civil war - and seemingly in two places at once...

22

The King's Demons (2)

England, 1215. With the historic signing of the Magna Carta supposedly only days away, the Doctor is startled to find King John apparently intent on provoking civil war - and seemingly in two places at once...
Episode Description

1

Warriors of the Deep (1)

Earth's ocean floor, 2084. With two superpowers poised on the brink of a devastating photonic war, a missile base comes under attack from the reptilian Sea Devils and Silurians, intent on eradicating the upstart human race and reclaiming the planet…

2

Warriors of the Deep (2)

Earth's ocean floor, 2084. With two superpowers poised on the brink of a devastating photonic war, a missile base comes under attack from the reptilian Sea Devils and Silurians, intent on eradicating the upstart human race and reclaiming the planet…

3

Warriors of the Deep (3)

Earth's ocean floor, 2084. With two superpowers poised on the brink of a devastating photonic war, a missile base comes under attack from the reptilian Sea Devils and Silurians, intent on eradicating the upstart human race and reclaiming the planet…

4

Warriors of the Deep (4)

Earth's ocean floor, 2084. With two superpowers poised on the brink of a devastating photonic war, a missile base comes under attack from the reptilian Sea Devils and Silurians, intent on eradicating the upstart human race and reclaiming the planet...

5

The Awakening (1)

The sleepy English village of Little Hodcombe, 1984. The village re-enactment of the English Civil War is in full swing, but a malign alien presence intends the mock-battles to be rather more realistic than planned...

6

The Awakening (2)

The sleepy English village of Little Hodcombe, 1984. The village re-enactment of the English Civil War is in full swing, but a malign alien presence intends the mock-battles to be rather more realistic than planned...

7

Frontios (1)

The planet Frontios, in the distant future. Following Earth's destruction, a tiny colony struggles to eke out a life on this desolate world. But where do the bombardments that threaten them originate from? Little does the Doctor suspect that somewhere nearby lurks a power capable of ripping even the TARDIS apart…

8

Frontios (2)

The planet Frontios, in the distant future. Following Earth's destruction, a tiny colony struggles to eke out a life on this desolate world. But where do the bombardments that threaten them originate from? Little does the Doctor suspect that somewhere nearby lurks a power capable of ripping even the TARDIS apart...

9

Frontios (3)

The planet Frontios, in the distant future. Following Earth's destruction, a tiny colony struggles to eke out a life on this desolate world. But where do the bombardments that threaten them originate from? Little does the Doctor suspect that somewhere nearby lurks a power capable of ripping even the TARDIS apart...

10

Frontios (4)

The planet Frontios, in the distant future. Following Earth's destruction, a tiny colony struggles to eke out a life on this desolate world. But where do the bombardments that threaten them originate from? Little does the Doctor suspect that somewhere nearby lurks a power capable of ripping even the TARDIS apart...

11

Resurrection of the Daleks (1)

London's Docklands, 1984. Why are uniformed policemen gunning down strangely-dressed vagrants in broad daylight? A prison ship in the far future - who is the sole prisoner aboard the craft? And why are these two locations linked by the time corridor the TARDIS has been sucked into?

12

Resurrection of the Daleks (2)

Lytton's men revive Davros as the Doctor fights off the Dalek in the warehouse. But alliances are shifting with each passing moment. Can anyone be trusted?

13

Resurrection of the Daleks (3)

As the surviving station crew work to destroy the space station, Davros consolidates his power and the Daleks launch a fiendish scheme to use the Doctor against the Time Lords.

14

Resurrection of the Daleks (4)

The Doctor and his companions strive to defeat both Davros and the Daleks. But their victory may come at a terrible price.

15

Planet of Fire (1)

Lanzarote, 1985. Archaeologist Howard Foster raises a strange metal artefact from the sea floor. But how is it linked to the signal the TARDIS received? Why is Turlough suddenly so worried? And why is Kamelion acting so erratically?

16

Planet of Fire (2)

An island in the Mediterranean, 1984. Archaeologist Howard Foster raises a strange metal artefact from the sea floor. But how is it linked to the signal the TARDIS received? Why is Turlough suddenly so worried? And why is Kamelion acting so erratically?

17

Planet of Fire (3)

An island in the Mediterranean, 1984. Archaeologist Howard Foster raises a strange metal artefact from the sea floor. But how is it linked to the signal the TARDIS received? Why is Turlough suddenly so worried? And why is Kamelion acting so erratically?

18

Planet of Fire (4)

An island in the Mediterranean, 1984. Archaeologist Howard Foster raises a strange metal artefact from the sea floor. But how is it linked to the signal the TARDIS received? Why is Turlough suddenly so worried? And why is Kamelion acting so erratically?

19

The Caves of Androzani (1)

The planet Androzani Minor, the distant future. In the planets' caves war rages between government troops and the android warriors of the mysterious Sharaz Jek. But what makes spectrox, the substance they battle to control, so valuable? And how far will the Doctor go to protect his companion?

20

The Caves of Androzani (2)

The Doctor and Peri have been rescued from the firing squad by the mysterious Sharaz Jek. But he has his own plans for them. And why are they suddenly feeling ill?

21

The Caves of Androzani (3)

The situation on Androzani Minor is building toward a violent confrontation. And the Doctor and Peri are slowly succumbing to spectrox toxemia.

22

The Caves of Androzani (4)

Events on Androzani reach a bloody climax. Will the Doctor and Peri survive the carnage? And at what cost?

23

Zweimal Einstein (1)

Die mathematisch hochbegabten Zwillinge Romulus und Remus werden von einem mysteriösen Fremden mitten aus ihrem Zuhause entführt und dazu gezwungen, ihre genialen Talente in den Dienst eines irrwitzigen Plans zu stellen: Die Verschiebung mehrerer Planeten! Der sechste Doctor und Peri tauchen als Retter in der Not auf, aber es scheint fraglich, ob der frisch regenerierte – und daher höchst labile – Doctor in seinem Zustand tatsächlich für irgendjemand eine Hilfe sein kann…

24

Zweimal Einstein (2)

Die mathematisch hochbegabten Zwillinge Romulus und Remus werden von einem mysteriösen Fremden mitten aus ihrem Zuhause entführt und dazu gezwungen, ihre genialen Talente in den Dienst eines irrwitzigen Plans zu stellen: Die Verschiebung mehrerer Planeten! Der sechste Doctor und Peri tauchen als Retter in der Not auf, aber es scheint fraglich, ob der frisch regenerierte – und daher höchst labile – Doctor in seinem Zustand tatsächlich für irgendjemand eine Hilfe sein kann…

25

Zweimal Einstein (3)

Die mathematisch hochbegabten Zwillinge Romulus und Remus werden von einem mysteriösen Fremden mitten aus ihrem Zuhause entführt und dazu gezwungen, ihre genialen Talente in den Dienst eines irrwitzigen Plans zu stellen: Die Verschiebung mehrerer Planeten! Der sechste Doctor und Peri tauchen als Retter in der Not auf, aber es scheint fraglich, ob der frisch regenerierte – und daher höchst labile – Doctor in seinem Zustand tatsächlich für irgendjemand eine Hilfe sein kann…

26

Zweimal Einstein (4)

Die mathematisch hochbegabten Zwillinge Romulus und Remus werden von einem mysteriösen Fremden mitten aus ihrem Zuhause entführt und dazu gezwungen, ihre genialen Talente in den Dienst eines irrwitzigen Plans zu stellen: Die Verschiebung mehrerer Planeten! Der sechste Doctor und Peri tauchen als Retter in der Not auf, aber es scheint fraglich, ob der frisch regenerierte – und daher höchst labile – Doctor in seinem Zustand tatsächlich für irgendjemand eine Hilfe sein kann…
Episode Description

1

Angriff der Kybermänner (1)

Ein intergalaktisches Notsignal lockt den - frisch regenerierten - sechsten Doctor und seine Begleiterin Peri auf die Erde im Jahr 1985. Dort treffen sie gleich auf mehrere alte Bekannte, nämlich den Dalek-Söldner Lytton und die guten alten Cybermen, die es dem Doctor mit seinen eigenen Waffen heimzahlen wollen: Sie wollen die Geschichte neu schreiben, und natürlich nicht gerade zum Vorteil von uns Erdlingen...

2

Angriff der Kybermänner (2)

Ein intergalaktisches Notsignal lockt den - frisch regenerierten - sechsten Doctor und seine Begleiterin Peri auf die Erde im Jahr 1985. Dort treffen sie gleich auf mehrere alte Bekannte, nämlich den Dalek-Söldner Lytton und die guten alten Cybermen, die es dem Doctor mit seinen eigenen Waffen heimzahlen wollen: Sie wollen die Geschichte neu schreiben, und natürlich nicht gerade zum Vorteil von uns Erdlingen...

3

Revolte auf Varos (1)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri machen sich auf den Weg nach Varos, um wichtige Ersatzteile für die TARDIS zu beschaffen. Auf diesem Minen-Planeten gibt es wenig Vergnügliches zu bieten, und das wenige ist Brutalität pur: Um die Bevölkerung bei Laune zu halten, werden von der Regierung Liveübertragungen von Folterungen und Exekutionen gezeigt – im Extremfall sogar des Präsidenten. Und auch die TARDIS-Crew muss bald als Unterhaltungsobjekt der Zuschauer herhalten…

4

Revolte auf Varos (2)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri machen sich auf den Weg nach Varos, um wichtige Ersatzteile für die TARDIS zu beschaffen. Auf diesem Minen-Planeten gibt es wenig Vergnügliches zu bieten, und das wenige ist Brutalität pur: Um die Bevölkerung bei Laune zu halten, werden von der Regierung Liveübertragungen von Folterungen und Exekutionen gezeigt – im Extremfall sogar des Präsidenten. Und auch die TARDIS-Crew muss bald als Unterhaltungsobjekt der Zuschauer herhalten…

5

Die Rache des Meisters (1)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri müssen sich gleich gegen zwei andere Timelords durchsetzen, nämlich den Master und die Rani, die im England des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts unterschiedliche, aber gleich bösartige Pläne verfolgen. Nicht einmal Bäume sind vor ihnen sicher!

6

Die Rache des Meisters (2)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri müssen sich gleich gegen zwei andere Timelords durchsetzen, nämlich den Master und die Rani, die im England des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts unterschiedliche, aber gleich bösartige Pläne verfolgen. Nicht einmal Bäume sind vor ihnen sicher!

7

Androiden in Sivillia (1)

Ein ungewohnt alt aussehender zweiter Doctor untersucht gemeinsam mit Jamie für die Timelords die Raumstation Camera, in der verbotene chronale Experimente durchgeführt werden. Ihre Mission geht furchtbar schief, es liegt nun am sechsten Doctor und Peri, die Kohlen aus dem Feuer zu holen. Die Spur führt nach Andalusien, wo nicht nur garstige fleischfressende Aliens, sondern auch die Sontaraner ihr Unwesen treiben.

8

Androiden in Sivillia (2)

Ein ungewohnt alt aussehender zweiter Doctor untersucht gemeinsam mit Jamie für die Timelords die Raumstation Camera, in der verbotene chronale Experimente durchgeführt werden. Ihre Mission geht furchtbar schief, es liegt nun am sechsten Doctor und Peri, die Kohlen aus dem Feuer zu holen. Die Spur führt nach Andalusien, wo nicht nur garstige fleischfressende Aliens, sondern auch die Sontaraner ihr Unwesen treiben.

9

Androiden in Sivillia (3)

Ein ungewohnt alt aussehender zweiter Doctor untersucht gemeinsam mit Jamie für die Timelords die Raumstation Camera, in der verbotene chronale Experimente durchgeführt werden. Ihre Mission geht furchtbar schief, es liegt nun am sechsten Doctor und Peri, die Kohlen aus dem Feuer zu holen. Die Spur führt nach Andalusien, wo nicht nur garstige fleischfressende Aliens, sondern auch die Sontaraner ihr Unwesen treiben.

10

Das Amulett (1)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri geraten in einen Zeittunnel und landen auf Karfel, einem Planeten, den der dritte Doctor und Jo Grant offensichtlich schon mal besucht haben. Dort hat der geheimnisvolle Borad die Macht ergriffen und lässt seine Untergebenen exekutieren, indem er einen nach den anderen in den "Timelash" werfen lässt. Und dann gibt´s da noch die benachbarten Bandrils-Aliens, die furchtbar hungrig sind und Karfel den Krieg erklären.

11

Das Amulett (2)

Der sechste Doctor und Peri geraten in einen Zeittunnel und landen auf Karfel, einem Planeten, den der dritte Doctor und Jo Grant offensichtlich schon mal besucht haben. Dort hat der geheimnisvolle Borad die Macht ergriffen und lässt seine Untergebenen exekutieren, indem er einen nach den anderen in den "Timelash" werfen lässt. Und dann gibt´s da noch die benachbarten Bandrils-Aliens, die furchtbar hungrig sind und Karfel den Krieg erklären.

12

Planet der Toten (1)

Eigentlich wollen Doctor Nr. 6 und Peri nur dem verstorbenen Professor Stengos, einem alten Bekannten, die letzte Ehre erweisen, aber die Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Necros lassen nicht viel Zeit für Ruhe und Beschaulichkeit: Überschurke Davros hat sich die größten Wirtschaftszweige des Planeten - Leichenbestattung und Ernährungsproteine - unter den Nagel gerissen, natürlich wieder mal mit nur einem Ziel: Neue und bessere Daleks zu erschaffen.

13

Planet der Toten (2)

Eigentlich wollen Doctor Nr. 6 und Peri nur dem verstorbenen Professor Stengos, einem alten Bekannten, die letzte Ehre erweisen, aber die Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Necros lassen nicht viel Zeit für Ruhe und Beschaulichkeit: Überschurke Davros hat sich die größten Wirtschaftszweige des Planeten - Leichenbestattung und Ernährungsproteine - unter den Nagel gerissen, natürlich wieder mal mit nur einem Ziel: Neue und bessere Daleks zu erschaffen.
Episode Description

1

Das Urteil (1)

Zu oft hat sich der sechste Doctor eingemischt – und damit gegen das Erste Gesetz der Timelords verstoßen. Ein Prozess ist die Folge, und der mysteriöse Valeyard als Vertreter der Anklage tut sein Möglichstes, um eine Verurteilung zu erreichen. Beweisstück A: Das zu risikofreudige Verhalten des Doctors auf dem seltsam erdähnlichen Planeten Ravolox, das das ganze Universum in Gefahr gebracht hat. Das Argument des Angeklagten, wonach er vielmehr die Rettung gewesen wäre, wird so nicht akzeptiert, der Doctor muss erkennen, dass es in dieser Verhandlung um sein Leben geht. Und wo ist Peri?

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Das Urteil (2)

Zu oft hat sich der sechste Doctor eingemischt – und damit gegen das Erste Gesetz der Timelords verstoßen. Ein Prozess ist die Folge, und der mysteriöse Valeyard als Vertreter der Anklage tut sein Möglichstes, um eine Verurteilung zu erreichen. Beweisstück A: Das zu risikofreudige Verhalten des Doctors auf dem seltsam erdähnlichen Planeten Ravolox, das das ganze Universum in Gefahr gebracht hat. Das Argument des Angeklagten, wonach er vielmehr die Rettung gewesen wäre, wird so nicht akzeptiert, der Doctor muss erkennen, dass es in dieser Verhandlung um sein Leben geht. Und wo ist Peri?

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Das Urteil (3)

Zu oft hat sich der sechste Doctor eingemischt – und damit gegen das Erste Gesetz der Timelords verstoßen. Ein Prozess ist die Folge, und der mysteriöse Valeyard als Vertreter der Anklage tut sein Möglichstes, um eine Verurteilung zu erreichen. Beweisstück A: Das zu risikofreudige Verhalten des Doctors auf dem seltsam erdähnlichen Planeten Ravolox, das das ganze Universum in Gefahr gebracht hat. Das Argument des Angeklagten, wonach er vielmehr die Rettung gewesen wäre, wird so nicht akzeptiert, der Doctor muss erkennen, dass es in dieser Verhandlung um sein Leben geht. Und wo ist Peri?

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Das Urteil (4)

Zu oft hat sich der sechste Doctor eingemischt – und damit gegen das Erste Gesetz der Timelords verstoßen. Ein Prozess ist die Folge, und der mysteriöse Valeyard als Vertreter der Anklage tut sein Möglichstes, um eine Verurteilung zu erreichen. Beweisstück A: Das zu risikofreudige Verhalten des Doctors auf dem seltsam erdähnlichen Planeten Ravolox, das das ganze Universum in Gefahr gebracht hat. Das Argument des Angeklagten, wonach er vielmehr die Rettung gewesen wäre, wird so nicht akzeptiert, der Doctor muss erkennen, dass es in dieser Verhandlung um sein Leben geht. Und wo ist Peri?

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Das Urteil (5)

Nach wie vor muss der sechste Doctor sich in einem Prozess der Timelords gegen die unerbittlichen Anklagen des Valeyards wehren. Nunmehr wird ihm vorgeworfen, wie sorglos er mit der Sicherheit und dem Leben seiner Companions umgeht. Der an partiellem Gedächtnisverlust leidende Doctor ist entrüstet über diese Unterstellung, aber auch er muss sich im Laufe der Demonstration der Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Thoros Beta mehr und mehr die Frage stellen, was aus seiner Begleiterin Peri wurde…

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Das Urteil (6)

Nach wie vor muss der sechste Doctor sich in einem Prozess der Timelords gegen die unerbittlichen Anklagen des Valeyards wehren. Nunmehr wird ihm vorgeworfen, wie sorglos er mit der Sicherheit und dem Leben seiner Companions umgeht. Der an partiellem Gedächtnisverlust leidende Doctor ist entrüstet über diese Unterstellung, aber auch er muss sich im Laufe der Demonstration der Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Thoros Beta mehr und mehr die Frage stellen, was aus seiner Begleiterin Peri wurde…

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Das Urteil (7)

Nach wie vor muss der sechste Doctor sich in einem Prozess der Timelords gegen die unerbittlichen Anklagen des Valeyards wehren. Nunmehr wird ihm vorgeworfen, wie sorglos er mit der Sicherheit und dem Leben seiner Companions umgeht. Der an partiellem Gedächtnisverlust leidende Doctor ist entrüstet über diese Unterstellung, aber auch er muss sich im Laufe der Demonstration der Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Thoros Beta mehr und mehr die Frage stellen, was aus seiner Begleiterin Peri wurde…

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Das Urteil (8)

Nach wie vor muss der sechste Doctor sich in einem Prozess der Timelords gegen die unerbittlichen Anklagen des Valeyards wehren. Nunmehr wird ihm vorgeworfen, wie sorglos er mit der Sicherheit und dem Leben seiner Companions umgeht. Der an partiellem Gedächtnisverlust leidende Doctor ist entrüstet über diese Unterstellung, aber auch er muss sich im Laufe der Demonstration der Geschehnisse auf dem Planeten Thoros Beta mehr und mehr die Frage stellen, was aus seiner Begleiterin Peri wurde…

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Das Urteil (9)

Immer noch erschüttert über das Schicksal seiner Begleiterin Peri beginnt der sechste Doctor mit seiner Verteidigung. Der Valeyard mag ihm zu Recht einen Verstoß gegen das Nichteinmischungs-Gebot der Timelords vorwerfen, aber wäre das Universum ohne seine Taten nicht viel schlimmer dran? Mit einem Abenteuer aus seiner persönlichen Zukunft, in der er mit der tatendurstigen Mel unterwegs ist, versucht er den entsprechenden Beweis zu führen. Nicht die beste Idee, eine Ausweitung der Anklage und die Forderung nach der Todesstrafe ist die Folge…

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Das Urteil (10)

Immer noch erschüttert über das Schicksal seiner Begleiterin Peri beginnt der sechste Doctor mit seiner Verteidigung. Der Valeyard mag ihm zu Recht einen Verstoß gegen das Nichteinmischungs-Gebot der Timelords vorwerfen, aber wäre das Universum ohne seine Taten nicht viel schlimmer dran? Mit einem Abenteuer aus seiner persönlichen Zukunft, in der er mit der tatendurstigen Mel unterwegs ist, versucht er den entsprechenden Beweis zu führen. Nicht die beste Idee, eine Ausweitung der Anklage und die Forderung nach der Todesstrafe ist die Folge…

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Das Urteil (11)

Immer noch erschüttert über das Schicksal seiner Begleiterin Peri beginnt der sechste Doctor mit seiner Verteidigung. Der Valeyard mag ihm zu Recht einen Verstoß gegen das Nichteinmischungs-Gebot der Timelords vorwerfen, aber wäre das Universum ohne seine Taten nicht viel schlimmer dran? Mit einem Abenteuer aus seiner persönlichen Zukunft, in der er mit der tatendurstigen Mel unterwegs ist, versucht er den entsprechenden Beweis zu führen. Nicht die beste Idee, eine Ausweitung der Anklage und die Forderung nach der Todesstrafe ist die Folge…

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Das Urteil (12)

Immer noch erschüttert über das Schicksal seiner Begleiterin Peri beginnt der sechste Doctor mit seiner Verteidigung. Der Valeyard mag ihm zu Recht einen Verstoß gegen das Nichteinmischungs-Gebot der Timelords vorwerfen, aber wäre das Universum ohne seine Taten nicht viel schlimmer dran? Mit einem Abenteuer aus seiner persönlichen Zukunft, in der er mit der tatendurstigen Mel unterwegs ist, versucht er den entsprechenden Beweis zu führen. Nicht die beste Idee, eine Ausweitung der Anklage und die Forderung nach der Todesstrafe ist die Folge…

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Das Urteil (13)

Wer ist der Valeyard? Warum versucht er mit solcher Inbrunst, eine Verurteilung des sechsten Doctors zu erreichen? Bei einem Kampf um Leben und Tod in der Matrix stellt sich heraus, dass dieser Gegner ihm mehr als nur ähnlich ist. Nur mit der Hilfe des Masters und Mel hat der Doctor eine Chance, den Prozess gegen ihn zu stoppen.

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Das Urteil (14)

Wer ist der Valeyard? Warum versucht er mit solcher Inbrunst, eine Verurteilung des sechsten Doctors zu erreichen? Bei einem Kampf um Leben und Tod in der Matrix stellt sich heraus, dass dieser Gegner ihm mehr als nur ähnlich ist. Nur mit der Hilfe des Masters und Mel hat der Doctor eine Chance, den Prozess gegen ihn zu stoppen.
Episode Description

1

Terror auf Lakertia (1)

Die TARDIS wird im Flug angegriffen und materialisert auf dem Planeten Lakeryan, auf dem die Rani ihr Unwesen treibt. Sie möchte ein “Super-Hirn” bauen, für das sie schon Genies wie Pasteur oder Einstein gefangen hat. Nun soll auch der frisch regenerierte Doctor Teil dieser Apparatur werden.

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Terror auf Lakertia (2)

Die TARDIS wird im Flug angegriffen und materialisert auf dem Planeten Lakeryan, auf dem die Rani ihr Unwesen treibt. Sie möchte ein “Super-Hirn” bauen, für das sie schon Genies wie Pasteur oder Einstein gefangen hat. Nun soll auch der frisch regenerierte Doctor Teil dieser Apparatur werden.

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Terror auf Lakertia (3)

Die TARDIS wird im Flug angegriffen und materialisert auf dem Planeten Lakeryan, auf dem die Rani ihr Unwesen treibt. Sie möchte ein “Super-Hirn” bauen, für das sie schon Genies wie Pasteur oder Einstein gefangen hat. Nun soll auch der frisch regenerierte Doctor Teil dieser Apparatur werden.

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Terror auf Lakertia (4)

Die TARDIS wird im Flug angegriffen und materialisert auf dem Planeten Lakeryan, auf dem die Rani ihr Unwesen treibt. Sie möchte ein “Super-Hirn” bauen, für das sie schon Genies wie Pasteur oder Einstein gefangen hat. Nun soll auch der frisch regenerierte Doctor Teil dieser Apparatur werden.

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Der Fluch des Kroagnon (1)

Die “Paradies Towers” waren einst als wunderschönes Urlaubs-Ressort bekannt. Doch als der Doctor und Mel dort ankommen, finden sie nur einen heruntergekommen Ort vor, der von Mädchen-Gangs, kanibalischen alten Frauen und einer diktatorischen Führung beherrscht wird.

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Der Fluch des Kroagnon (2)

Die “Paradies Towers” waren einst als wunderschönes Urlaubs-Ressort bekannt. Doch als der Doctor und Mel dort ankommen, finden sie nur einen heruntergekommen Ort vor, der von Mädchen-Gangs, kanibalischen alten Frauen und einer diktatorischen Führung beherrscht wird.

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Der Fluch des Kroagnon (3)

Die “Paradies Towers” waren einst als wunderschönes Urlaubs-Ressort bekannt. Doch als der Doctor und Mel dort ankommen, finden sie nur einen heruntergekommen Ort vor, der von Mädchen-Gangs, kanibalischen alten Frauen und einer diktatorischen Führung beherrscht wird.

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Der Fluch des Kroagnon (4)

Die “Paradies Towers” waren einst als wunderschönes Urlaubs-Ressort bekannt. Doch als der Doctor und Mel dort ankommen, finden sie nur einen heruntergekommen Ort vor, der von Mädchen-Gangs, kanibalischen alten Frauen und einer diktatorischen Führung beherrscht wird.

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Delta & die Bannermänner (1)

Der siebte Doctor und Mel gewinnen eine Zeitreise in die 50er "Rock´n´Roll"-Jahre der Erde. Mel ist von diesem Hauptgewinn völlig begeistert, irgendetwie scheint sie noch nicht so recht kapiert zu haben, wofür die TARDIS gut ist. Ein blinder Passagier auf der Tourismusreise ist Delta, die letzte Überlebende ihrer Spezies, die vor den mordlüsternen Bannermen auf der Flucht ist. Mit frisch geschlüpften grünen Kinderchen, extrem viel Motorradfahrten und einem Haufen Honig nimmt der Doctor den Kampf gegen die Bösewichte auf.

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Delta & die Bannermänner (2)

Der siebte Doctor und Mel gewinnen eine Zeitreise in die 50er "Rock´n´Roll"-Jahre der Erde. Mel ist von diesem Hauptgewinn völlig begeistert, irgendetwie scheint sie noch nicht so recht kapiert zu haben, wofür die TARDIS gut ist. Ein blinder Passagier auf der Tourismusreise ist Delta, die letzte Überlebende ihrer Spezies, die vor den mordlüsternen Bannermen auf der Flucht ist. Mit frisch geschlüpften grünen Kinderchen, extrem viel Motorradfahrten und einem Haufen Honig nimmt der Doctor den Kampf gegen die Bösewichte auf.

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Delta & die Bannermänner (3)

Der siebte Doctor und Mel gewinnen eine Zeitreise in die 50er "Rock´n´Roll"-Jahre der Erde. Mel ist von diesem Hauptgewinn völlig begeistert, irgendetwie scheint sie noch nicht so recht kapiert zu haben, wofür die TARDIS gut ist. Ein blinder Passagier auf der Tourismusreise ist Delta, die letzte Überlebende ihrer Spezies, die vor den mordlüsternen Bannermen auf der Flucht ist. Mit frisch geschlüpften grünen Kinderchen, extrem viel Motorradfahrten und einem Haufen Honig nimmt der Doctor den Kampf gegen die Bösewichte auf.

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Das Feuer des Drachen (1)

Die TARDIS materialisiert in Iceworld, eine handelbetreibende Raumkolonie, die auf der dunklen Seite des Planeten Svartos errichtet wurde. Der Doktor und Mel treffen Glitz und erfahren, dass er hergekommen ist, um einen sagenhaftern Schatz zu suchen, der durch einen Drachen geschützt wird. Auch auf Svartos ist Kane, ein - buchstäblich - kaltblütiger Verbrecher, der hier von seinen eigenen Leuten vom Planeten Proamon eingesperrt worden ist. Der Doktor und Mel, unterstützt von Ace, einer unzufriedenen Kellnerin, entdecken, dass der 'Drache' ein Biomechanoid und der 'Schatz' ein Energiekristall ist, der innerhalb seines Kopfes versteckt ist. Kane ist erpicht darauf, den Kristall zu bekommen und der Doktor benutzt das, um mit ihm über Aces Freilassung zu verhandeln. Es stellt sich heraus, dass Iceworld ein sehr großes Raumschiff und der Kristall der Schlüssel ist, der Kane benötigt, um es zu aktivieren. Iceworld entfernt sich und Kane erklärt, dass er nach Proamon zurückkehren will, um Rache an seinen Leuten zu nehmen. Der Doktor deckt jedoch auf, dass Proamon nicht mehr existiert. Kane öffnet verzweifelt ein Sichtluke und lässt helles Licht in den Kontrollraum herein, dass ihn dazu veranlasst, zu schmelzen.

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Das Feuer des Drachen (2)

Die TARDIS materialisiert in Iceworld, eine handelbetreibende Raumkolonie, die auf der dunklen Seite des Planeten Svartos errichtet wurde. Der Doktor und Mel treffen Glitz und erfahren, dass er hergekommen ist, um einen sagenhaftern Schatz zu suchen, der durch einen Drachen geschützt wird. Auch auf Svartos ist Kane, ein - buchstäblich - kaltblütiger Verbrecher, der hier von seinen eigenen Leuten vom Planeten Proamon eingesperrt worden ist. Der Doktor und Mel, unterstützt von Ace, einer unzufriedenen Kellnerin, entdecken, dass der 'Drache' ein Biomechanoid und der 'Schatz' ein Energiekristall ist, der innerhalb seines Kopfes versteckt ist. Kane ist erpicht darauf, den Kristall zu bekommen und der Doktor benutzt das, um mit ihm über Aces Freilassung zu verhandeln. Es stellt sich heraus, dass Iceworld ein sehr großes Raumschiff und der Kristall der Schlüssel ist, der Kane benötigt, um es zu aktivieren. Iceworld entfernt sich und Kane erklärt, dass er nach Proamon zurückkehren will, um Rache an seinen Leuten zu nehmen. Der Doktor deckt jedoch auf, dass Proamon nicht mehr existiert. Kane öffnet verzweifelt ein Sichtluke und lässt helles Licht in den Kontrollraum herein, dass ihn dazu veranlasst, zu schmelzen.

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Das Feuer des Drachen (3)

Die TARDIS materialisiert in Iceworld, eine handelbetreibende Raumkolonie, die auf der dunklen Seite des Planeten Svartos errichtet wurde. Der Doktor und Mel treffen Glitz und erfahren, dass er hergekommen ist, um einen sagenhaftern Schatz zu suchen, der durch einen Drachen geschützt wird. Auch auf Svartos ist Kane, ein - buchstäblich - kaltblütiger Verbrecher, der hier von seinen eigenen Leuten vom Planeten Proamon eingesperrt worden ist. Der Doktor und Mel, unterstützt von Ace, einer unzufriedenen Kellnerin, entdecken, dass der 'Drache' ein Biomechanoid und der 'Schatz' ein Energiekristall ist, der innerhalb seines Kopfes versteckt ist. Kane ist erpicht darauf, den Kristall zu bekommen und der Doktor benutzt das, um mit ihm über Aces Freilassung zu verhandeln. Es stellt sich heraus, dass Iceworld ein sehr großes Raumschiff und der Kristall der Schlüssel ist, der Kane benötigt, um es zu aktivieren. Iceworld entfernt sich und Kane erklärt, dass er nach Proamon zurückkehren will, um Rache an seinen Leuten zu nehmen. Der Doktor deckt jedoch auf, dass Proamon nicht mehr existiert. Kane öffnet verzweifelt ein Sichtluke und lässt helles Licht in den Kontrollraum herein, dass ihn dazu veranlasst, zu schmelzen.
Episode Description

1

Die Hand des Omega (1)

Der siebte Doctor und Ace kehren auf die Erde des Jahres 1963 zurück – dorthin, wo sich der erste Doctor vor seinem Treffen mit Ian und Barbara vor langer Zeit monatelang aufgehalten hatte. Verfeindete Fraktionen der Daleks und auch Davros höchstpersönlich sind sehr interessiert an einer Waffe, die er dort zurückgelassen hat – die Hand des Omega!

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Die Hand des Omega (2)

Der siebte Doctor und Ace kehren auf die Erde des Jahres 1963 zurück – dorthin, wo sich der erste Doctor vor seinem Treffen mit Ian und Barbara vor langer Zeit monatelang aufgehalten hatte. Verfeindete Fraktionen der Daleks und auch Davros höchstpersönlich sind sehr interessiert an einer Waffe, die er dort zurückgelassen hat – die Hand des Omega!

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Die Hand des Omega (3)

Der siebte Doctor und Ace kehren auf die Erde des Jahres 1963 zurück – dorthin, wo sich der erste Doctor vor seinem Treffen mit Ian und Barbara vor langer Zeit monatelang aufgehalten hatte. Verfeindete Fraktionen der Daleks und auch Davros höchstpersönlich sind sehr interessiert an einer Waffe, die er dort zurückgelassen hat – die Hand des Omega!

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Die Hand des Omega (4)

Der siebte Doctor und Ace kehren auf die Erde des Jahres 1963 zurück – dorthin, wo sich der erste Doctor vor seinem Treffen mit Ian und Barbara vor langer Zeit monatelang aufgehalten hatte. Verfeindete Fraktionen der Daleks und auch Davros höchstpersönlich sind sehr interessiert an einer Waffe, die er dort zurückgelassen hat – die Hand des Omega!

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Die Macht der Fröhlichkeits-Polizei (1)

Wer auf der Kolonie Terra Alpha traurig ist, verstößt gegen das Gesetz. So wollen es Helen A und ihre Happiness Patrol. Der Doctor legt es darauf an, sich verhaften zu lassen, um den Vorgängen auf Terra Alpha auf den Grund zu gehen, und bringt bald den Widerstand in Schwung.

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Die Macht der Fröhlichkeits-Polizei (2)

Wer auf der Kolonie Terra Alpha traurig ist, verstößt gegen das Gesetz. So wollen es Helen A und ihre Happiness Patrol. Der Doctor legt es darauf an, sich verhaften zu lassen, um den Vorgängen auf Terra Alpha auf den Grund zu gehen, und bringt bald den Widerstand in Schwung.

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Die Macht der Fröhlichkeits-Polizei (3)

Wer auf der Kolonie Terra Alpha traurig ist, verstößt gegen das Gesetz. So wollen es Helen A und ihre Happiness Patrol. Der Doctor legt es darauf an, sich verhaften zu lassen, um den Vorgängen auf Terra Alpha auf den Grund zu gehen, und bringt bald den Widerstand in Schwung.

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Das Vermächtnis der Nemesis (1)

Der Doktor und Ace besuch England im Jahr 1988, wo drei rivalisierende Parteien - die Cybermänner, eine Gruppe Nazis und eine Zauberin aus dem 17. Jahrhundert namens Lady Peinforte - versuchen, die Kontrolle über eine Statue zu gewinnen, die aus einem lebenden Metall, Validium, geformt wurde und von Rassilon als die entscheidende Verteidigung für Gallifrey gedacht gewesen ist.

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Das Vermächtnis der Nemesis (2)

Der Doktor und Ace besuch England im Jahr 1988, wo drei rivalisierende Parteien - die Cybermänner, eine Gruppe Nazis und eine Zauberin aus dem 17. Jahrhundert namens Lady Peinforte - versuchen, die Kontrolle über eine Statue zu gewinnen, die aus einem lebenden Metall, Validium, geformt wurde und von Rassilon als die entscheidende Verteidigung für Gallifrey gedacht gewesen ist.

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Das Vermächtnis der Nemesis (3)

Der Doktor und Ace besuch England im Jahr 1988, wo drei rivalisierende Parteien - die Cybermänner, eine Gruppe Nazis und eine Zauberin aus dem 17. Jahrhundert namens Lady Peinforte - versuchen, die Kontrolle über eine Statue zu gewinnen, die aus einem lebenden Metall, Validium, geformt wurde und von Rassilon als die entscheidende Verteidigung für Gallifrey gedacht gewesen ist.

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Die Todesmanege auf Segonax (1)

Der Doctor und Ace reisen wegen dem Psychic Zirkus auf den Planeten Segonax, auf dem sie eine ungleiche Gruppe Mitbesucher, einschließlich einen prunkvollen Forscher, Kapitän Cook und sein Begleiterin Mags, wie einen Motorradfahrer namens Nord, treffen.

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Die Todesmanege auf Segonax (2)

Der Doctor und Ace reisen wegen dem Psychic Zirkus auf den Planeten Segonax, auf dem sie eine ungleiche Gruppe Mitbesucher, einschließlich einen prunkvollen Forscher, Kapitän Cook und sein Begleiterin Mags, wie einen Motorradfahrer namens Nord, treffen.

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Die Todesmanege auf Segonax (3)

Der Doctor und Ace reisen wegen dem Psychic Zirkus auf den Planeten Segonax, auf dem sie eine ungleiche Gruppe Mitbesucher, einschließlich einen prunkvollen Forscher, Kapitän Cook und sein Begleiterin Mags, wie einen Motorradfahrer namens Nord, treffen.

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Die Todesmanege auf Segonax (4)

Der Doctor und Ace reisen wegen dem Psychic Zirkus auf den Planeten Segonax, auf dem sie eine ungleiche Gruppe Mitbesucher, einschließlich einen prunkvollen Forscher, Kapitän Cook und sein Begleiterin Mags, wie einen Motorradfahrer namens Nord, treffen.
Episode Description

1

Excaliburs Vermächtnis (1)

UNIT-Truppen werden in der Nähe von Lake Voortigen, wo der Legende nach Excalibur aufbewahrt werden soll, von mittelalterlichen Rittern angegriffen. Der siebte Doctor und Ace sehen sich schon bald im Kampf gegen die sagenumwobene Morgana und Mordred, die ewigen Feinde von König Arthur. Es scheint als hätte der Doctor wesentlich mehr mit dem Mythos von Camelot zu tun, als ihm selber klar ist. Und ein alter Freund darf bei einem UNIT-Abenteuer natürlich nicht fehlen…der Brigadier!

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Excaliburs Vermächtnis (2)

UNIT-Truppen werden in der Nähe von Lake Voortigen, wo der Legende nach Excalibur aufbewahrt werden soll, von mittelalterlichen Rittern angegriffen. Der siebte Doctor und Ace sehen sich schon bald im Kampf gegen die sagenumwobene Morgana und Mordred, die ewigen Feinde von König Arthur. Es scheint als hätte der Doctor wesentlich mehr mit dem Mythos von Camelot zu tun, als ihm selber klar ist. Und ein alter Freund darf bei einem UNIT-Abenteuer natürlich nicht fehlen…der Brigadier!

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Excaliburs Vermächtnis (3)

UNIT-Truppen werden in der Nähe von Lake Voortigen, wo der Legende nach Excalibur aufbewahrt werden soll, von mittelalterlichen Rittern angegriffen. Der siebte Doctor und Ace sehen sich schon bald im Kampf gegen die sagenumwobene Morgana und Mordred, die ewigen Feinde von König Arthur. Es scheint als hätte der Doctor wesentlich mehr mit dem Mythos von Camelot zu tun, als ihm selber klar ist. Und ein alter Freund darf bei einem UNIT-Abenteuer natürlich nicht fehlen…der Brigadier!

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Excaliburs Vermächtnis (4)

UNIT-Truppen werden in der Nähe von Lake Voortigen, wo der Legende nach Excalibur aufbewahrt werden soll, von mittelalterlichen Rittern angegriffen. Der siebte Doctor und Ace sehen sich schon bald im Kampf gegen die sagenumwobene Morgana und Mordred, die ewigen Feinde von König Arthur. Es scheint als hätte der Doctor wesentlich mehr mit dem Mythos von Camelot zu tun, als ihm selber klar ist. Und ein alter Freund darf bei einem UNIT-Abenteuer natürlich nicht fehlen…der Brigadier!

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Das Haus der tausend Schrecken (1)

Der siebte Doctor reist mit der wenig begeisterten Ace ins Jahr 1883, Perivale. 100 Jahre später brannte sie hier einen alten Landsitz nieder, weil sie eine böse Präsenz fühlte. Der Doctor will in der Vergangenheit herausfinden, was genau seine Begleiterin zu dieser Tat trieb. Und stößt dabei auf die merkwürdigsten Hausbewohner, die selbst er jemals getroffen hat…

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Das Haus der tausend Schrecken (2)

Der siebte Doctor reist mit der wenig begeisterten Ace ins Jahr 1883, Perivale. 100 Jahre später brannte sie hier einen alten Landsitz nieder, weil sie eine böse Präsenz fühlte. Der Doctor will in der Vergangenheit herausfinden, was genau seine Begleiterin zu dieser Tat trieb. Und stößt dabei auf die merkwürdigsten Hausbewohner, die selbst er jemals getroffen hat…

7

Das Haus der tausend Schrecken (3)

Der siebte Doctor reist mit der wenig begeisterten Ace ins Jahr 1883, Perivale. 100 Jahre später brannte sie hier einen alten Landsitz nieder, weil sie eine böse Präsenz fühlte. Der Doctor will in der Vergangenheit herausfinden, was genau seine Begleiterin zu dieser Tat trieb. Und stößt dabei auf die merkwürdigsten Hausbewohner, die selbst er jemals getroffen hat…

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Die Todesbucht der Wikinger (1)

England zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Eine Militärbasis wird von alten Wikingerflüchen, grausamen vampirähnlichen Wesen und russischen Spezialkommandos bedroht. Gut, dass der siebte Doctor und Ace behilflich sind, aber vor allem für die junge Companion ist es ein traumatisches Erlebnis. Erst wird sie mit ihrer Vergangenheit intensiver konfrontiert als sie es sich hätte vorstellen können, und dann wird sie auch noch vom Doctor … verraten?

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Die Todesbucht der Wikinger (2)

England zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Eine Militärbasis wird von alten Wikingerflüchen, grausamen vampirähnlichen Wesen und russischen Spezialkommandos bedroht. Gut, dass der siebte Doctor und Ace behilflich sind, aber vor allem für die junge Companion ist es ein traumatisches Erlebnis. Erst wird sie mit ihrer Vergangenheit intensiver konfrontiert als sie es sich hätte vorstellen können, und dann wird sie auch noch vom Doctor … verraten?

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Die Todesbucht der Wikinger (3)

England zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Eine Militärbasis wird von alten Wikingerflüchen, grausamen vampirähnlichen Wesen und russischen Spezialkommandos bedroht. Gut, dass der siebte Doctor und Ace behilflich sind, aber vor allem für die junge Companion ist es ein traumatisches Erlebnis. Erst wird sie mit ihrer Vergangenheit intensiver konfrontiert als sie es sich hätte vorstellen können, und dann wird sie auch noch vom Doctor … verraten?

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Die Todesbucht der Wikinger (4)

England zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Eine Militärbasis wird von alten Wikingerflüchen, grausamen vampirähnlichen Wesen und russischen Spezialkommandos bedroht. Gut, dass der siebte Doctor und Ace behilflich sind, aber vor allem für die junge Companion ist es ein traumatisches Erlebnis. Erst wird sie mit ihrer Vergangenheit intensiver konfrontiert als sie es sich hätte vorstellen können, und dann wird sie auch noch vom Doctor … verraten?

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Der Tod auf leisen Sohlen (1)

Die Rückkehr in ihr Heimatstädtchen Perivale verläuft für Ace nicht gerade beschaulich – der Großteil ihrer alten Freunde scheint auf mysteriöse Art und Weise verschwunden zu sein. Schon bald finden sie und der siebte Doctor sich auf einem urtümlichen Planeten wieder, auf dem Darwins Kriterien Leben und Tod beherrschen: Nur die Stärksten werden überleben…

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Der Tod auf leisen Sohlen (2)

Die Rückkehr in ihr Heimatstädtchen Perivale verläuft für Ace nicht gerade beschaulich – der Großteil ihrer alten Freunde scheint auf mysteriöse Art und Weise verschwunden zu sein. Schon bald finden sie und der siebte Doctor sich auf einem urtümlichen Planeten wieder, auf dem Darwins Kriterien Leben und Tod beherrschen: Nur die Stärksten werden überleben…

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Der Tod auf leisen Sohlen (3)

Die Rückkehr in ihr Heimatstädtchen Perivale verläuft für Ace nicht gerade beschaulich – der Großteil ihrer alten Freunde scheint auf mysteriöse Art und Weise verschwunden zu sein. Schon bald finden sie und der siebte Doctor sich auf einem urtümlichen Planeten wieder, auf dem Darwins Kriterien Leben und Tod beherrschen: Nur die Stärksten werden überleben…