This latest incarnation stars Scottish actor David Tennant as the 'good doctor' ably flanked by the lovely Billy Piper resuming her role as the Timelord's spunky sidekick Rose. Episodes Comprise: 1. Rise Of The Cybermen 2. The Age Of Steel 3. The Idiot's Lantern
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play This latest incarnation stars Scottish actor David Tennant as the &39;good doctor&39; ably flanked by the lovely Billy Piper resuming her role as the Timelord&39;s spunky sidekick Rose Episodes Comprise 1 Rise Of The Cybermen 2 The Age Of Steel 3 The Idiot&39;s Lantern
Three more episodes of the BBC's relaunched version of the sci-fi classic, starring David Tennant as the legendary Time Lord, and Billlie Piper as his human sidekick Rose. In 'Rise of the Cybermen (Part 1)', the TARDIS is drawn into a parallel version of Earth, where Rose's father Pete (Shaun Dingwall) is still alive. But with a population obsessed with the Cyberindustries technology of the sinister John Lumic (Roger Lloyd-Pack), it isn't long before the Doctor and Rose, along with Mickey (Noel Clarke), stumble across a deadly plan to convert the human race into the dreaded, soulless Cybermen. In 'The Age of Steel (Part 2)', the team split up to bring down the Cyberman menace, with Mickey taking the place of his murdered parallel world counterpart Rickey. Can the Doctor foil Lumic's deadly plans before the whole of London has been enslaved? In 'The Idiot's Lantern', the Doctor and Rose arrive in the year of the Queen's coronation, 1953. But while the population settles down to watch on their new-fangled televisions, an alien evil is stakling the streets. Does it have something to do with with the 'idiot box' in the corner?