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Commentary Edit

Commentary by Lalla Ward (Romana), David Gooderson (Davros), Ken Grieve (Director).


Terror Nation Edit

Documentary about writer Terry Nation, creator of the Daleks, and his work on Doctor Who. With producers Barry Letts and Philip Hinchcliffe, script editor Terrance Dicks, director Richard Martin, Dalek voice artiste Nicholas Briggs. Produced by Richard Molesworth. Executive Producer Dan Hall. Duration: 27'47" (2007)


Directing Who: Ken GrieveEdit

Director Ken Grieve recalls his time on this story. Produced by John Kelly. Duration: 9'27"


CGI Effects Edit

The option to watch the story with seventeen of the original video effects sequences replaced by CGI versions created by John Kelly.


Trails and Continuity Edit

BBC1 trails and continuity announcements from the story's transmission, including the specially shot trailer heralding the return of the Daleks. Duration: 3'43"


Photo Gallery Edit

Production, design and publicity photos from the story. Duration: 8'12"


Prime Computer Adverts Edit

Australian TV adverts for Prime Computers, starring the Doctor and Romana. Duration: 3'06"


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.


Coming Soon Edit

A preview of the Beneath the Surface box set. Duration: 1'04". The trailer for this story is available on Planet of Evil.


Easter Egg Edit

Countdown Clock (for all 4 episodes). Go to the 'Special Features' menu. Click on the hidden Doctor Who logo to the left of the 'Audio Options'.

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