The Tardis lands on a space station orbiting Earth in the distant future. It's seemingly deserted, but the Doctor, Sarah and Harry soon discover that they are not alone. Thousands of humans are in cryogenic sleep, and while they've slept their Ark has been invaded. A parasitic insect race - the Wirrn - have taken control and threaten the very future of makind... Special Features: Commentary with Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen and Philip Hinchcliffe A New Frontier: Making The Ark in Space TV Movie Version: Special 70-minute Compilation of the Story Doctor Forever! - Love and War: Documentary examining the Virgin/BBC novelisation ranger with Russell T Davies and Mark Gatiss Scene Around Six 8mm Location Footage from Tom Baker's first story Optional CGI Effects Original BBC Trailer Interview with Designer Roger Murray-Leach Alternative Title Sequence and Model Footage 3D Technical Schematics Photo Gallery Tardis-Cam Coming Soon Trailer Product Information Subtitles Radio Times Listings, Doctor Who Technical Manual, Crosse and Blackwell and Nestle Promotional Material in Adobe PDF format Digitally Remastered Picture Sound and Quality
Another adventure for everyone's favourite time-traveller. Answering the Brigadier's space/time telegraph, the Doctor (Tom Baker), Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) arrive in the village of Tulloch, near Loch Ness. A series of attacks have taken place on local oil rigs, and many are blaming the legendary monster. The Doctor discovers the creature to be the Skarasen - cyborg pet of invading aliens the Zygons. Their own planet having been destroyed and their spaceship crippled, th...
Titles Comprise: Revenge of the Cybermen: The time ring takes the Doctor Sarah and Harry back to Nerva but to a period many thousands of years earlier than their previous visit. This is Voga also known as the planet of gold as that metal can be found in abundance there. The three friends learn that a space plague has killed all but a handful of Nerva's crew. A visiting civilian scientist named Kellman is in fact a traitor working with a group of Cybermen who want to destroy Voga as gold dust can coat their breathing apparatus and suffocate them. Can the Doctor stop them? Silver Nemesis: The Doctor and Ace visit England in 1988 where three rival factions - the Cybermen a group of Nazis and a 17th Century sorceress named Lady Peinforte - are attempting to gain control of a statue made of a living metal validium that was created by Rassilon as the ultimate defence for Gallifrey. Can the Doctor plays the three factions off against one other and eventually defeat to the Cyber Leader?
Featuring all four parts of the classic Doctor Who story Robot.
The Doctor Sarah and Harry arrive on a desolate and apparently deserted Earth to discover that a group of shipwrecked astronauts from a human colony GalSec have been lured there by a fake distress call. One of their number Roth tells Sarah of an alien conducting gruesome experiments on him and his crewmates. The alien turns out to be a Sontaran Field-Major Styre who is compiling a report on human physical and mental capabilities as a prelude to an invasion of Earth!
Transported back in time to the planet Skaro Doctor Who and his companions have to try and stop Davros from ever creating the Daleks.
This is the definitive set of interviews with the team of actors who brought the TOM BAKER era of DOCTOR WHO to life! These six documentaries are the best in-depth interviews with TOM BAKER (the Fourth Doctor), ELISABETH SLADEN (Sarah Jane), IAN MARTER (Harry), LOUISE JAMESON (Leela), MARY TAMM (Romana) and JOHN LEESON (Voice of K9)! Presented by voice of the Daleks NICHOLAS BRIGGS. For all DOCTOR Who fans, this 2 DISC special collector s edition is 5 hours of pure nostalgia, which will give you a whole new insight into the making of your favourite science fiction series! SPECIAL FEATURE: Introduction by NICHOLAS BRIGGS & Producer KEITH BARNFATHER
For many, an appearance in the magistrates' court is the first encounter with the Law. Bemused, perhaps frightened and often arrogant, their offence may range from a simple motoring case to murder. But whatever the degree of involvement, the experience is one that will remain indelibly etched on the memory. In each of its four series Six Days of Justice examined six fictitious cases, exact in detail, with procedural advice supplied by magistrates; although similar in style and content to Cro...
Tom Baker's second outing as the renegade Time Lord is a solid entry in the Doctor Who saga. Fan favourite Robert Holmes penned "The Ark in Space", which places the Doctor and his companions Sarah (Elisabeth Sladen) and Harry (Ian Marter) on a seemingly deserted space station many years in the future. Station Nerva is not as empty as it appears, though, since on board are the cryogenically preserved survivors of Earth's destruction, as well as an insect-like alien race, the Wirrin, determined to use the humans--and the Doctor--as hosts to grow their monstrous larvae. Holmes' well-paced script (which, like Alien, bears a resemblance to the AE van Vogt story "Black Destroyer") allows Baker to flesh out his well-loved take on the Doctor, as well as considerable suspense. On the DVD: "The Ark in Space" DVD's obvious highlight is an audio commentary track featuring Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, and producer Phillip Hinchcliffe. Though Baker's contributions to the track are sporadic, his participation is valuable nonetheless, considering that his involvement with the series since his 1981 departure has been infrequent at best. The full-frame mono presentation also includes two interviews, one with Baker on the set of another episode in 1975 and the other with designer Roger Murray Leach, who discusses his long involvement with the series. Also included is the episode's BBC1 trailer, an unused title sequence, new CGI special effects produced by the BBC's visual effects department and an optional information track, which provides running background information and trivia that should prove valuable for series completists. A trio of Easter eggs reveal Baker's typically eclectic promotions for the Doctor Who exhibition in Blackpool. --Paul Gaita, Amazon.com
Two more mysteries for the detective Sherlock Holmes to solve! The Musgrave Ritual: Holmes and Watson are staying with Reginald Musgrave at Hurlstone Manor. During their stay the butler disappears after he has been dismissed for prying into family documents examining details of the Musgrave ritual. Then when Rachel the housemaid vansihes Holmes begins to employ his deductive powers. The Abbey Grange: When Sir Eustace Brackenstall is bludgeoned to death in his dinning room Holmes is called in. After interviewing Lady Mary Sir Eustace's wife who herself was assaulted in the attack Holmes concludes that it is the work of the notorious Lewisham gang and hands the matter over to the local constabulary. But on the way back to London something is nagging in Holmes mind...
Tom Baker returns as the Doctor in this his fourth story Genesis Of The Daleks. The Doctor re-visits the war-torn planet of Skaro - on a mission from the Time Lords themselves. Their mission is to put a halt to mad scientist Davros' plan to mutate aliens into a breed of killing machines - later to be known as Daleks - and in doing so alter the course of history!
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