Disc One - Day of the Daleks: Original TV VersionEdit
Blasting the PastEdit
Cast and crew look back on the making of this story. With actors Katy Manning, Jimmy Winston and, Anna Barry, producer Barry Letts, script editor Terrance Dicks, monster maker John Friedlander, Dalek operator Ricky Newby, Dalek voice artiste Nicholas Briggs, classic series writer Ben Aaronovitch, new series writer Paul Cornell and Doctor Who Magazine writer Dave Owen. (30'31" | 16:9 | 2011)
A View from the GalleryEdit
Producer Barry Letts and vision mixer Mike Catherwood talk about the art of vision mixing on a multi-camera studio show like Doctor Who. (19'59" | 16:9 | 2011)
A report from a school on the day they took delivery of a Dalek, first prize in a Radio Times competition. (3'23" | 4:3 | TBC)
Presenter Peter Purves remembers his time as a companion and is joined in the studio by a trio of Daleks. (4'45" | 4:3 | TBC)
Radio Times BillingsEdit
Episode listings for this story from the BBC magazine Radio Times in PDF format.
Text commentary by TBC providing cast details, script development and other information related to the production of this story.
A selection of rare and previously unpublished photographs from the recording of this story. (5'32" | 4:3 | 2011)
Disc Two - Day of the Daleks: Special EditionEdit
A new version of the story, exclusive to this DVD, with specially shot sequences, brand-new effects and new Dalek voices.
The Making of Day of the Daleks - Special EditionEdit
Producer Steve Broster guides us through the creation of his Special Edition of this story. With voice artiste Nicholas Briggs, audio engineer Mark Ayres, cameraman John Kelly, Dalek builder Toby Chamberlain, UNIT soldier Kevan Looseley and Ogron Nick Nicholson. Assistant Producer: Stella Broster. Executive Producer: Dan Hall. (13'33" | 16:9 | 2011)
Now and ThenEdit
A visit to the locations used in Day of the Daleks to see how they have changed over the years. Narrator: Toby Hadoke. Thanks to: Richard Bignell, Andre Meyer, BBC Written Archive. Executive Producer: Dan Hall. Producer: Steve Broster. (5'21" | 16:9 | 2011)
The UNIT Family - Part TwoEdit
The second instalment of our series looking at the Doctor's years on Earth as scientific advisor to the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce and the strong family bonds created during that time. With Katy Manning, Barry Letts, Terrance Dicks, actors Nicholas Courtney, John Levene, Richard Franklin and Fernanda Marlowe, stuntman Derek Ware. Music Composed By: Dudley Simpson, arranged and performed by Mark Ayres. Colourist: Jonathan Wood. Camera: Une Herzer, Graham Whittaker. Sound: Angus Anderson, George Kidson, David Mason. Photo Research: Derek Handley, Ralph Montagu. Thanks To: Richard Bignell, James Goss, Paul Reeks. Assistant Producers: Stella Broster, Richard Molesworth. Executive Producer: Dan Hall. Producer: Steve Broster. (31'20" | 16:9 | 2010)
The UNIT Dating ConundrumEdit
Over the years, many fans have tried to rationalise the chronological setting of the UNIT stories from clues within the narrative, despite the obstacles seemingly put in their way by the production team. Narrator Toby Hadoke explains why dating the stories is so difficult, assisted by Terrance dicks, Dave Owen, Nicholas Briggs and Ben Aaronovitch. Narrator: Toby Hadoke. Music Composed By: Dudley Simpson, arranged and performed by Mark Ayres. Camera: Robert Fairclough. Sound: Ian Braznell. Colourist: Jonathan Wood. Thanks To: John Kelly, Richard Molesworth, Mark Ray, Steve Roberts, Ed Stradling, Paul Vanezis. Assistant Producer: Stella Broster. Executive Producer: Dan Hall. Producer: Steve Broster. (9'02" | 16:9 | 2011)
The Cheating MemoryEdit
Special Edition producer Steve Broster tries to discover why the reality of Day of the Daleks doesn’t quite live up to the memory he has of first seeing it, aged six. With psychologist Dr Sarita Robinson, Nicholas Briggs and Ben Aaronovitch. Thanks To: Peter Crocker, Michael Dinsdale, Robert Fairclough. Assistant Producer: Stella Broster. Executive Producer: Dan Hall. Producer: Steve Broster. (8'25" | 16:9 | 2011)
A short teaser trailer released at the start of production on the Special Edition. (0'17" | 4:3 | 2011)