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Commentary Edit

GCommentary by Peter Davison (the Doctor), Janet Fielding (Tegan), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa) and Colin Baker (Maxil).


Anti-Matter from Amsterdam Edit

A documentary which looks at the making of Arc of Infinity. Featuring actors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sarah Sutton, Ian Collier, Paul Jerricho and Alistair Cumming, along with script editor Eric Saward, with writer Johnny Byrne and narrator Sophie Aldred filmed on-location in Amsterdam. Produced by Keith Barnfather. Duration: 34'55"


The Omega Factor Edit

Writers and actors involved in the various Omega stories look at the character and motivations of the renegade Time Lord. Featuring co-creator Bob Baker, writer Johnny Byrne, actors Stephen Thorne and Ian Collier, and writer Nev Fountain, who continued Omega's story in an audio play from Big Finish. Produced by Keith Barnfather. Duration: 14'55" Omega Peter Davison son Nik Kershaw


Deleted Scenes Edit

Deleted scenes taken from a timecoded viewing copy of an early edit of the last episode. Duration: 2'54"


Under Arc Lights Edit

Behind-the-scenes action in the studio courtesy of timecoded viewing copies of some of the studio recording sessions. Duration: 11'30"


CGI Effects Edit

Viewer have the option to watch the story with eighteen of the original video effects sequences replaced by new CGI versions. Produced by John Kelly.


Continuity Edit

A selection of off-air continuity announcements from the original BBC1 transmission.


Isolated Score Edit

The option to watch the story with the original synchronous music by Roger Limb on an isolated audio track.


Radio Times Billings Edit

Episode listings for this story from the BBC magazine Radio Times in PDF format.


Production Subtitles Edit

Text commentary by Richard Molesworth providing cast details, script development and other information related to the production of this story.


Photo Gallery Edit

A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story.


The Doctor Who Annual 1983 Edit

In the 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s the Doctor Who Annual was published every year in time for the Christmas market, and made an excellent stocking-filler! Now many of the annuals are collectors items. The Doctor Who Annual from 1983 is presented on this DVD in its entirety.


Coming Soon Edit

A preview of The Time Warrior. The trailer for this box set is available on Timelash.


Easter Egg Edit

Coming Soon Trailer for The Complete Davros Collection. Go to the second 'Special Features' menu and enter the digits 1,9,7,5. (0'10" | TBC | TBC)

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