The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and Yaz (Mandip Gill) return for this adrenalin fuelled, universe-spanning series, and actor and comedian John Bishop joins the cast as Dan Lewis.
In the 17th century, an old Tibetan friend of the Doctor’s reached out and touched the mind of an alien disembodied energy, giving it a conduit to Earth. 300 years later, the Doctor returns to the Himalayas to return the Holy Ganta, an ancient relic he was given many centuries ago by the grateful monks at Det-Sen Monastery.
EVE OF THE DALEKS
Welcome to the New Year’s Eve from hell. Sarah is working – again. Nick is her only customer – again. Same old, same old. Except this year, their countdown to midnight will be the strangest and deadliest they’ve ever known. Why is an Executioner Dalek targeting these two people, in this place, on this night? Why are they having to live through the same moments over and over? Can the Doctor, Yaz and Dan save them and will everyone survive into the New Year?
LEGEND OF THE SEA DEVILS
Swashbuckle your seatbelts – the Doctor is back for an action-packed adventure as she comes face to fin with one of her oldest adversaries: the Sea Devils! Beneath the oceans of the 19th century lurk terrifying forces. Why has legendary pirate queen Madam Ching come searching for a lost treasure in a remote coastal village?
The Doctor, Yaz and Dan must battle deadly sea monsters, flying pirate ships and a plan that will threaten the entire planet, in Jodie Whittaker’s penultimate story as the Doctor.
An out of this world new 4K restoration of Dr. Who and The Daleks (1965), starring British film legend Peter Cushing as everyone’s favourite timelord. This was the first big screen film adaptation of British TV’s most iconic sci-fi hero, and the first time Dr. Who was ever seen in colour! Having invented the TARDIS, a strange machine capable of travelling into other dimensions, the Doctor and his three young accomplices set forth on a quest through time and space. Their journey takes them into the dark, undiscovered depths of the universe and to the planet of Skaro; a primitive world devastated by nuclear war and populated by two warring species, a peaceful tribe known as Thals and a life form heavily mutated by radiation, encased in protective machines, a merciless force of destruction known as The Daleks!
Earth is an eerie and sinister place in 2150 AD. Subjected to a ferocious Dalek invasion, it has been bombarded with meteorites and cosmic rays. Its cities have been smashed and human beings turned into living dead men – Robomen – able to act only on radioed instructions from their masters. Only a small group of resistance fighters holds out in London. But then a brilliant scientist, Dr. Who, is transported into the future by a time and space machine. He arrives determined to destroy the Daleks.
The Doctor (William Hartnell) stars alongside his travel companions Vicki (Maureen O’Brien) and Steven (Peter Purves) which sees the TARDIS landing on a planet on the verge of total annihilation as it drifts too close to the three suns which its orbits. Trapped on the planet with them are the Drahvins, a race of warrior women, and the reptilian Rills. The Drahvins want to steal the Rill spaceship to escape the planet’s death throes, and enlist the Doctor’s help, which he is forced to give when Maaga, the cunning Drahvin leader, keeps first Vicki and then later Steven as her hostage. Even though the Doctor is determined to broker a peace deal between the two sides in this conflict and help everyone escape safely, Maaga doesn’t trust him, or the Rills…