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.
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…
Patrick Troughton stars in this recreation of a lost classic from 1967. The TARDIS has been stolen. Marooned on Earth in the year 1966, the Doctor and Jamie set out to find the missing time-machine. Their investigations bring them to a mysterious London antiques shop, where all the antiques all seem to be brand new. Kidnapped by the antique shop’s owner, the Doctor is then brought face to face with a very old enemy -the Daleks. Working from a house in Victorian England, the Daleks have a new master plan to conquer the universe. And in order to carry it out, they need the Doctor’s help.
The original 1967 master recordings of ‘The Evil of the Daleks’ were lost soon after the programme’s original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic.
The TARDIS brings the Doctor, Victoria and Jamie to the coast of Kent, England, where the ESGO complex is drawing up natural gas under the North Sea via a huge network of pipes linked to their off-shore rigs. The Doctor is convinced he can hear something in the pipes: a heartbeat, something…alive? Chief Robson will have none of it and work will continue, but others have heard it too and one by one contact with the rigs is being lost…
Most of the BBC’s original master recordings for ‘Fury from the Deep’ were lost after the programme’s original transmission. However, audio-only recordings have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated reconstruction of this lost classic.
In order to escape an attack in space, the TARDIS makes an unscheduled landing deep inside the London Underground. Here the travellers soon find themselves engulfed in a terrifying battle against a deadly enemy set to invade the Earth: the Great Intelligence and its terrifying robot servants, the Yeti. As menace spreads and the Doctor first meets his most enduring friend Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, it becomes clear that the Intelligence’s goal is not just possession of Earth, but also the time traveller’s mind…
This release includes all surviving episodes, plus a brand new fully animated black and white reconstruction of the missing third episode created from the surviving audio-only recordings.
On Earth, Yaz, Ryan, and Graham have to carry on with their lives without the Doctor. Who is locked away in a high-security alien space prison for crimes committed by a version of herself she doesn’t remember. Isolated, alone, with no hope of escape. That becomes an even bigger problem when the Fam stumble across an insidious plan involving the Dalek they defeated a year ago. How can you fight a Dalek without the Doctor?
Even with Captain Jack’s help, the gang are set to face one of their biggest and most frightening challenges yet…
The Doctor and his friends, Ben, Polly and Jamie arrive at Gatwick airport. They quickly stumble upon an alien plot, centering upon the mysterious “Chameleon Tours” – a low-price holiday company, whose young passengers have been vanishing in unexplained circumstances.
Most of the the BBC’s original master recording for “The Faceless Ones” were lost soon after the programme’s original broadcast. However, audio only recordings have survived and have been used to create a brand new fully animated reconstruction of this lost classic.
Special features include: colour and black white animated versions of episodes 1-6, the original episodes 1 & 3, telesnap reconstructions of original episodes 2, 4, 5 & 6.
When the TARDIS lands on an Australian beach in the 21st century, the Second Doctor looks forward to building some sand castles – but when he is mistaken for a major political figure it isn’t long before he, Jamie and Victoria are swept up in a web of spies, secrets and conspiracies.
Long forgotten, Enemy of the World was widely hailed as a classic when it was rediscovered in 2013. The legendary 6-part adventure now gets a long-overdue special edition treatment in this 2 disc release packed full of brand new extras and featuring a new remaster job that improves on the story’s initial release.
Special features include: commentary, remastered episodes, a look at the making of the story, an interview with lost episode hunter Philip Morris, a tribute to the late Deborah Watling, production subtitles, a photo gallery and episode scripts in PDF form.
Jodie Whittaker’s globally acclaimed Thirteenth Doctor returns for her second season – a brand new set of action -packed adventures spanning space and time. Accompanied by her three best friends, Ryan Yaz and Graham, the Thirteenth Doctor faces her toughest challenges yet.
Guest starring Sacha Dhawan (Dracula), Lenny Henry (The Lenny Henry Show), Stephen Fry (Q.I.), Goran Visnjic (Santa Clarita Diet) and a host of other stars
DVD Extra s include Closer Looks, Audio Commentaries, Behind the Scenes and the 2019 New Year’s Special, Resolution.
Having lain divided and dormant on Earth for centuries, the most dangerous creature in the universe sets about rebuilding its life: reassembling its body, constructing a new casing, and destroying any threat that comes in its path – but this ancient force won’t succeed until it has eliminated the Doctor and her friends.
The Thirteenth Doctor’s ‘Fam’ of Ryan, Yaz and Graham land back on Earth, crashing into Call the Midwife’s Charlotte Ritchie as Lin and Nicholas Briggs, once again delivering his famous Dalek voice.
With plenty of action, a good dose of humour, a strong emotional through-line concerning the reunion between Ryan and his estranged father, and the return of old favourites the Daleks (or, at least, a Dalek), Resolution is one of the strongest episodes to come from the Chibnall production team. This holiday blockbuster of an episode makes for a great companion release for The Complete Eleventh Series.