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 [show more]
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Starring Tom Baker as the Doctor The TARDIS arrives on an apparently deserted and deactivated space station Nerva, otherwise known as the Ark, orbiting Earth in the far future. There the Doctor, Sarah and Harry discover the last survivors of the human race held in suspended animation, Earth having been evacuated thousands of years earlier when solar flares threatened to destroy all life. The station has been visited by Wirrn, an insect life form, which has laid its eggs in the solar stacks and absorbed the mind and body of one of the sleeping humans. The Doctor's reactivation of the station's systems causes the humans to start to revive. Actors Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Ian Marter, Kenton Moore, Nick Hobbs, Richardson Morgan & Wendy Williams Director Rodney Bennett Certificate Universal Suitable for All Year 1974 Screen Fullscreen 4:3 Languages English - Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono Duration 1 hour and 38 minutes (approx)
Another adventure for everyone's favourite Time Lord. The Doctor (Tom Baker), Sarah and Harry land on space station Nerva, where the chosen few of the human race are in suspended animation, awaiting the call to revive. However, an insectoid alien life form known as the Wirrn has infiltrated the Ark and cut through the humans' alarm clock. The Wirrn now intend to use the sleepers as the hosts for their hatchings and claim the Earth as their own.